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The Scottish Champion Of Champions 2013

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the scottish champion of champions 2013

 

takes place on sunday the 29th september 2013, place, the volunteer park, hawick,

12.00pm sharp, TD9 0EL

 

full terrier,lurcher, working dog show, to follow championship, childrens class, and a class for the hunting life members, judge will be the previous years winner

 

theres also a full schedule of racing, both terriers and lurchers

 

NO MUZZLE ------- NO RACING

 

THERE WILL BE FOOD AND DRINK ON SALE ALL DAY

 

 

 

LETS MAKE THE LAST SHOW IN SCOTLAND SOMETHING TO REMEMBER.

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This is a really good day....well run with everyone catered for.... :thumbs:

 

Get along and support it.... :thumbs:

 

Den's no been too well of late - and I know for a fact he never once thought of cancelling this show - under the circumstances many would have called it off. But throwing the towel in ain't his thing....

 

So wouldn't it be great if a huge crowd turned up, not only support this event, but to show appreciation for everything Den does for terrier and lurcher shows the length and breadth of the country... :thumbs:

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Hope your feeling better den

 

you gony put on a dog and a bitch class for blacks/crossbreds this year? Last year they were in together.

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I hope the judges look at working dogs in sted of all you show ponys cose all your show are turning into kc show and not working dogs show twice this year Ive see boy been told there dog are of working type and has seen abit of worker then they give it to a show pony its not right if the dog dose work it should be at the show

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I hope the judges look at working dogs in sted of all you show ponys cose all your show are turning into kc show and not working dogs show twice this year Ive see boy been told there dog are of working type and has seen abit of worker then they give it to a show pony its not right if the dog dose work it should be at the show

you obviously no saw winners last year then lol

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I did mate I won the enter class and russel dog russel bitch that was one of the best judge I seen I a long time because he looked at the workers am talking about all the judge on the run up to your show mate

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I hope the judges look at working dogs in sted of all you show ponys cose all your show are turning into kc show and not working dogs show twice this year Ive see boy been told there dog are of working type and has seen abit of worker then they give it to a show pony its not right if the dog dose work it should be at the show

you obviously no saw winners last year then lol

all the best on the day den take care wee man cheers

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