Well done to mo and Dotty winning class B at the clubs winter show 30/12/2013
Massive well done to Janet Osbiston and Kingsley who went to their first agility show today. They managed a fantastic clear round in the beginners jumping taking a well deserved 2nd place.
Fantastic result…..Well Done
Congratulations to womens viagra cheap no prescription Karren Newton for qualifying for the semi-finals of the K.C.G.C.D.S Special Pre-beginner stakes at the Newton Heath show comp on Saturday.
Karren could potentially claim a place at Crufts 2012…no pressure!
She also achieved 6th place with her own dog Midnight Skye Rocket in pre-beginners section on Sunday and 5th place in the same class with Harryboy Starmix – a dog that she has never worked before but who performed brilliantly for her!
Well done Karren
A massive well done to Christine and Heby who won an agility class at weekend, this now puts them in Grade 6!
Chris would like to thank all the Newton Heath members who have help and supported her, she say she could not have done it without you.
Well done Chris and Heby, Grade 7 is not that far off now!
Thanks for the Cakes, they were yummy!
A well done triple this weekend……
Pam Brooker and Titch managed to get their first ever placings at a KC show, they managed a 2nd and a 3rd in Grade 3…. so well done to you both, we are sure they are the first of many rosettes to come for this partnership!
Steph Wilson-Astbury and Lucy took an amazing four 1st placings in their last show at Grade 2, good luck in Grade 3 you are obviously ready for it!
Hannah Grantham and Boo took a 1st place in Grade 4 Jumping, giving them enough points to claim Boo’s Agility Warrant (Bronze).
A successful weekend for Newton Heath’s small/medium agility dogs…. that’s 5x 1st, a 2nd and a 3rd between them, keep it up!
Plenty of cakes to celebrate on Thursday!
The win takes this fantastic agility partnership into Grade 3!
This is made even more amazing by the fact that Lucy was rescued by the RSPCA, she was found in a back garden with third degree burns on her back, and a broken hind leg.
Now in a loving home Lucy is enjoying life to the full with a successful agility career ahead of her.
So, an extra special well done to both of them!
Good luck in Grade 3.