Hoveringham Vintage Vehicle Rally - Sunday 26th May 2019
Family Fun Dog Showkindly sponsored by Forrest Feeds of Edingley.RESULTSPedigree Puppy (Under 12 months)-Jake Rendell-Brown’s KASHNon- Pedigree Puppy (Under 12 months) - Lydia Podlaszewski’s FLOYDAny Variety Gundog- Victoria Clifford’s DOLLY. Any Variety Terrier - Lydia Podlaszewski’s FLOYDAny Variety Pedigree (other than Gundog or Terrier)-Phoebe Crawford’s MAVISAny Variety other than Pedigree - Andy Nickel’s MEGANBest Veteran (over 7 years) - Finlay Sheridan’s JEMBest Condition (Under 18”) - Matilda Lamb’s LOLABest Condition (18” and Over) - Jemima Sharpe’s HARLEYPride of Hoveringham - Jemima Sharpe’s HARLEYBest ‘Designer’ Dog (Labradoodle, Cockerpoo, etc) – Sue Coupe’s PEPPABest Rescue / re-home / pre-loved dog – Nichola’s COPPERBest Child handler up to 9 years - Jemima Sharpe’s HARLEYBest Child Handler aged 10 upwards -Toby Walker’s DOMINOEBest Pair of Dogs - Adele & Chris with MAC & BUSTER‘Little and Large’ Dogs - Andy Nickel with MEGAN & RUBYBest 6 Legs -Jemima Sharpe’s HARLEYDog with the Waggiest Tail -Emily Drury’s TEDBest Trick -Sue Coupe’s PEPPABest Fancy Dress-Jemima Sharpe with HARLEYDog that the Judge would most like to take home - Poppy Walton’s FUDGE
Hoveringham Vintage Vehicle Rally - Sunday 26th May 2019Report of the Dog Show which was kindly sponsored by Forrest Feeds of Edingley.After weeks of hot, dry weather the day started with some welcome showers that settled the dust, and although these continued into the afternoon they did nothing to dampen the spirits of the entrants. Forrest Feeds kindly provided the entry tent as well as sponsoring the lovely rosettes which were keenly fought for. Jemima Sharpe won a great number of these with her Rhodesian Ridgeback HARLEY, being placed FIRST in classes for in the best Handler under 10 years, ‘Best 6 legs’ and best Condition Large Dog (over 18”). HARLEY was also ‘Pride of Hoveringham’, and stole the show in the fancy dress class disguised as a Lion with Jemima in full costume as his trainer.The Dog Show opened with the puppy classes where Jake Rendell-Brown’s Spaniel KASH was the best Pedigree puppy, while Lydia Podlaszewski won best non-Pedigree puppy with FLOYD. As always, Spaniels and Retrievers predominated in the Gundog class, won by Victoria Clifford’s Labrador DOLLY, and out of 12 entries in Class 4 Best Terrier was Lydia Podlaszewski again with FLOYD. Any Variety Pedigree was won by Phoebe Crawford’s Dachshund MAVIS, and the ‘Any Variety other than Pedigree’ was won by Andy Nickels ‘Border Collie’-cross, MEGAN. The best Veteran dog (over 7 years) was Finley Sheridan’s Greyhound JEM, while the small dog (Under 18”) in best condition was Matilda Lamb’s Pug LOLA. Best handler aged 10 years upwards was Toby Walker with his Dalmation cross, DOMINOE. Best Rescue (including re-home / pre-loved) dog was Nichola’s COPPER, while the Best ‘Designer’ Dog was Sue Coupe’s PEPPA, who also stole the show in the class for Best Trick by dancing for a biscuit. The best Pair of Dogs was won by Adele and Chris with MACK and BUSTER while the Best ‘Little and Large’ pair of dogs was won by Andy Nickels with MEGAN and RUBY, and the ‘Dog with the Waggiest Tail’ was Emily Drury’s TED. Some skipping amused the crowd in the class for the Best 6 Legs, and the Judge eventually chose poppy Walton’s FUDGE as the dog she would most like to take home with her. Having finished judging Linda commented ‘this is a lovely show, and everyone did really well. It’s really nice to go somewhere where there’s such a friendly atmosphere’.Organiser Sue Hallam thanked Linda Colquhoun for judging and Nacia Bonnick, the steward; also all the competitors for their sportsmanship, and the spectators for braving the downpours. Particular thanks go, as always, to Forrest Feeds of Edingley not only for their kind sponsorship of the beautiful rosettes, but also providing the entry tent and water bowls. Lastly, but by no means least, huge thanks to the willing and resourceful team behind the HVVS who ‘make it all happen’. Privacy NoticeThis report, the results and photographs are published in order to celebrate achievement and participation within the ethos of HVVS which is an inclusive day of family fun. We fully respect your right to privacy and despite notification being given on the day that names and photos would be published, if you have any concern about, or objection to, any of the details as they appear, please contact us so that we may rectify the situation.