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3rd July Pencarrow House Nr Bodmin

Discussion in 'Hound' started by devonmaid, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. devonmaid

    devonmaid New Member Registered

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    new show pencarrow house near bodmin pl30 3ag

    kev and debs mumford are running the working event including #

    coursing for lurchers and whippets booking in from 9am

    after showing ---hurdles for terriers lurchers whippets

    straight racing

    showing to hopefully to start at 12,30pm for lurchers terriers

    campanion show booking in from 11am for 12 start

    half the moneys are going to scruples whippet rescue ,this is a new show so if anyone would like to sponcer trophys or classes please get in contact ,we would like to make this a annual event :teehee:
     
  2. madman

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    looks good who judging lurchers and terriers,
     
  3. claude

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    there used to be a show there years ago did they stop it or something
     
  4. devonmaid

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    yes ,ive heard there used to be some good shows there in the past
     
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    can u do just straight racing or do u have to enter 2 events?
     
  6. devonmaid

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    why is your dog ok for 2 events ? (w00t)
     
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    no not at the moment
     
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    who s judging?????????????
     
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    PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
     
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    Why does it matter who is judging??
     
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    Tish I would like to help and sponsor something :thumbsup:

    Ill PM you details ;)
     
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    Would be good to know purely so that we know what time we need to get to the show. Not so much with this show as its quite local but the shows that are further away we struggle to get to early with having 3 kids to get ready and stuff but we would normally be able to get to them for the hurdles if we know what time they going to be. A schedule would be handy if possible thanks for all of us who struggle to get to shows early :thumbsup:

    Really looking forward to this show, there just aren't enough of them in Cornwall :)
     
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    Im going to sponsor a Champion Trophy for the Hurdles (Lurchers and Terriers) on behalf of my business The Right Moments Photography.

    These will be Propetual Trophies that will need to come back each year :thumbsup:
     
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    If true well chosen judge, very thorough....just remember to take a chair and packed lunch cause it will be a long afternoon :teehee: :thumbsup:
     
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    :cheers:
     
  16. bertha

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    Hope the weather is kind. lol
     
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    Good luck all for this show cant be there as away at fordingbridge that weekend,good to see another show back in cornwall :luck: :thumbsup: .
     
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    In answer to the questions ............

    The lurcher and terrier judges are Andy Banfield for lurchers and Kevin Donoghue for terriers.

    We are working hard to produce a schedule of classes for the showing!!

    The working lurcher events will be run on the same basis as other events which Kev and Debs Mumford run. In order to qualify to compete in the straight racing, they dog must compete in one of the other disciplines - hurdling, coursing or long jump.

    If time permits, we will probably have an Open Straight Race where dogs who don't compete in one other event can try their luck but this will be confirmed on the day.
     
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    was just wondering what your reasoning behind doing an addtional event to qualify for the straight racing was :unsure:
     
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    The idea of the lurcher field events is to test the lurchers' stamina and ability to perform a number of different tasks and not just proving their ability to run fast. It's all based around the idea of simulating what they might find when out working .... and working is what lurchers are bred to do best (as well as lying on the sofa!) :thumbsup:
     

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