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High Hoo its off to Carnew Working Charity Show at Carnew in beautiful Co Wicklow we go to our next show on my map. Come on Folks, don't miss this one.

 

Carnew Working Charity Dog Show, Carnew Co Wicklow Sunday 23 of April 17

SHOW STARTING TIMES

Master McGrath
Mick the Miller
Entry will start at 10.30 sharp
First race 11.00

Digging competition
Start time 11.45

SHOWING
Showing well start 12.30

All other racing
Racing will start after the showing

Raffle will take place just after the showing

Entry €5 each
children free
Show class ,€2.50
Racing €3.00
Digging comp €20 a team of two
Raffle €3.00 a strip or two for €5.00
Top prizes on the day

We will be running a ,€10 race 10 dogs over 800 yards winner will get €70 the other ,€30 will go to charity enter on the day this is a fund raiser race for fun this race will only go ahead if we get the 10 dogs

Please note the Racing Qualifiers
Master McGrath
Mick the Miller
Will run in the morning start time
Measuring 10.30 sharp
First race 11.00

Race list for after the showing

Under 21
Under23
Overs
Whippets
Bull cross
Terriers

And we will be running a fun run over 800 yards for non elites €10 entry 10 dogs winner will receive €70 and the other€30 will go to charity
We can run a second race for elites as well if we get the numbers.

Terrier winners will receive cash Prize's
For first second and third
Sponsored by Jenny O'Meara

Each winner will receive a trophy a rosette and a bag of nuts

Any queries contact Alan on here or call 0872698807

Big thanks again to all our sponsors
And to the Dunphy family and the McGrath family for coming on board and giving there time up to help out thanks

Margaret Mc Stay

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Went to this show few tings il say had a good day with some food lads but wasnt very impresed with the organistion of it wasnt run to the ability of most every ting was late racing was a disaster arguing over size down to the mil .classes ran back words rings not spread out right .judging for working dogs well i can say they should judge crofts abolute shambles there was a great turn out but most crack was at the trailers over all my opinion wasnt ran the best an for future i will not show a dog again at it its a working dog show hence the name not a mini crofts so all in all my rating for the dag 3/10

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Secret's in the name "show". Dogs mite arrive being, workers, racers or pets, but once they step into a ring there a show dog. It's only supposed to be a bit of craic and at the end of it all it's just one man's opinion. Cheers

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Well every dog that was picked in the terrier ring were showing signs of work I'm not saying they all worked because you would only no that if you say them in the field. I couldn't have faulted the judge the terrier that won the over all he had my eye caught all day

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for a first time show it was top class even down to gifts for the judges at the end,top quality overall prizes for the classes.cracking location this was only my second time in that part of the country and the drive up was great.good selection of fit lurchers and the terriers were off a high standard.common sense was applied in the lurcher ring with two different lurcher judges for dogs and bitches.and the picking of the overall show was out of the lurcher and terrier judges hands when an expericened by stander was asked to pick the overall winner now their is fairness.enjoyed every thing about the day location weather and met a few old friends.well done on a first time show.

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