Dog Show

Lustleigh Dog Show presented by:

Rosettes sponsored by

Postscript Books

About the show

Lustleigh Dog Show is one of the most popular events in the show calendar, with crowds gathering as soon as the gates open to enter their dogs.

Enjoy our three large rings, where you can bring your prize pooch, or just cheer on the fabulous four-legged friends taking to the show ring in one of the 13 classes that we host.  

These are listed below, or scroll down for a copy you can download.

Ring 1 – Family Dog Show 2018.  Starts 11am

Winner at the Lustleigh Dog Show

Approx time Class Sponsors
1 11.00am Retrievers – Golden, flat coat and chesapeake bay Willsbrook Golden Retrievers
2 11.15am Labrador retriever – Black, yellow and chocolate Boveycombe Labradors
3 11.30am Dog with the waggiest tail In memory of Silke Stevenson
4 11.45am Best Spaniel Sandra & Simon Foster
5 12.00pm Best Veteran Elaine & Laurie Mason
6 12.20pm Best Mixed Breed Val & Rob Harris
7 1.00pm Dog with the most beautiful eyes Gill & Jeremy Hepworth
8 1.20pm Best Puppy Vicky & William Jackson
9 1.40pm Best other pedigree Alicia & Neil Pepperel
10 2.00pm Best young handler Margaret Bowen
11 2.20pm Best Terrier Lis, Rod Wallace & Storm
12 2.40pm Best rescued/rehomed dog Colin & Helen Gibson
13 3.00pm Best Six Legs The Dairy
14 3.15pm Dog most like its owner Ray & Sheila Palmer
3.30pm Best in show The Clark Family in memory of Max

 

 

Ring 2 – Agility

Starts 11.00am

 

We are delighted to welcome back local members of LEADS Agility Club with their very popular Dog Agility display to this years show. It’s pretty noisy so I’m sure you will hear them!

11 – Demonstration
11.30 – Have a go, suitable for complete beginners!
1.30 – Demonstration
2.00 – Competition – open to all dogs over 18 months old.

Bring your dog, a sense of humour and have some fun. Just a £1 to enter.

 

 

Ring 3 – Gundog Scurry

Starts 11.30am

 

If your dog likes to retrieve, then this could be the place for you!  Your dog doesn’t need to be a gundog – just enthusiastic. Demonstrations 11.30 & 2.00 each followed by the opportunity to let your dog have a go. Just a £1 to enter

There are five memory retrieves using training dummies and tennis balls hidden in cover – maybe in water or behind a fence.  The dogs love it, spectators love it and you could win the coveted “Mike Davies Trophy” for the fastest round. Rosettes to 4th.

 

 

Photograph

Header photograph (c) Emma Wills Photography. All rights reserved.

Ring photographs (c) Debbie Fuller. All rights reserved.

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