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Mildred appealed immediately and so was chosen to stay at Kastrian. She entered the showring at six months and we are very pleased with her progress.
At just six months, she was Best Puppy under Lesley Nesbitt, Puppy Group 1 and Reserve Best Puppy In Show at Honley Canine Society Agricultural Show under Eddie Webster.
This was supposed to be a picture of Mildred with her cup for RBPIS but she had other ideas.
At seven months, Mildred was awarded first place in Minor Puppy Bitch at Paignton Championship Show under Wilma Reid. The following week, she had third place in Minor Puppy Bitch at National Gundog Championship Show under Alan Crossley.
At eight months, she won Minor Puppy Bitch, Best Puppy Bitch and was awarded Best Puppy In Breed at the Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show under Janetta Fairbairn.
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Best Puppy In Breed – The Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show 2010
Judge: Janetta Fairbairn
At nine months, she was VHC in Puppy Bitch at Yorkshire Cocker Spaniel Club Championship Show under Colin Gullon.
At ten months, Mildred was third in Puppy Bitch at South Wales Kennel Association Championship Show under Cathy Gorman. Then came another first place, this time in Solid Colour Puppy Bitch, at North Wales Cocker Spaniel Club Championship Show under Glenis Williams. This was followed by VHC in Puppy Bitch at Midland Counties Championship Show under Liz Cartledge.
At eleven months, Mildred was Best Puppy In Show at North Of England Cocker Spaniel Club Open Show under Julie Best.
Here we are at North Of England Cocker winning BPIS. (We are on the right.)
The following weekend, she was again Best Puppy In Show at Midland Cocker Spaniel Club Open Show under Ken Holmes.
This time we’re at Midland Cocker where Mildred wins BPIS.
The weekend after that, Mildred was also Best Puppy In Show at North Of England Spaniel Club under Joy Hartley where the breed judge was Cari Cartney.
Mildred’s last weekend as a puppy saw her being awarded Best of Breed as well as Best Puppy under Kevin Arrowsmith, Group 1 and Puppy Group 1 under Frank Whyte and Reserve Best In Show under Gunilla Kuhni-Stenberg from Switzerland.
At twelve months, we went to Goyt Valley Gundog where Mildred was Best Of Breed under Graeme Hughes and Third Best In Show under Val Grant. A couple of weeks later, we heard from The Kennel Club that Mildred had been awarded Junior Warrant.
We are absolutely delighted and extend our sincere thanks to the Judges.
Mildred, aged 12 months, at Goyt Valley Gundog, gaining her final points for Junior Warrant.
Mildred qualified for The Cocker Spaniel Club Puppy Challenge and we really enjoyed the day. She won her way through several rounds in stiff competition achieving a place in the semi-finals under David Bell.
Setting up for the Judge
We went to North Of England Cocker Spaniel Club Open Show where Mildred was declared Best Opposite Sex by Angela McLaren.
Mildred is declared Best Opposite Sex at North Of England Cocker.
Although sparingly shown, the 2011 Show Season saw happy days with Mildred gaining some lovely places including:
Manchester Championship Show, Mildred had third place in Junior under Yvonne Billows.
Cocker Spaniel Club Of Lancashire Open Show, Mildred gained first place in Solid Graduate under Sheila Ewan.
South Wales and Mon Cocker Spaniel Club Championship Show, she was second in Solid Junior under Linda Crowley.
Bath Championship Show, Mildred was awarded first place in Graduate under Gilbert Wood.
Southern Counties Championship, she had second place in Graduate under Eleanor Bothwell.
Border Union Championship Show, Mildred was awarded first place again. This time it was in Yearling under Joan Glennerster.
National Gundog Championship Show saw Mildred with second place in Graduate under Judith Craig.
Bournemouth Championship Show, she was awarded first in place again. This time it was in Post Graduate under Alexa Brown.
Scottish Kennel Club saw Mildred with second place in PostGraduate.
Darlington Championship Show, Mildred was awarded third place in Post Graduate under Christopher Laverty.
Yorkshire Cocker Spaniel Club Open Show saw Mildred with first place in Solid Graduate.
At Mildred’s first Show in 2012, she was awarded first place by Denise Fox at South Wales and Mon Cocker Spaniel Club Championship Show.
I look forward to exhibiting Mildred at future Shows. She is perky, happy, mischievous and lovely to have around.