Our first ever dog show here on the Park and Farm bought a large variety of canines all hoping for the fame and fortune of ‘Britain’s got talent’ winner Pudsey!

We didn’t quite manage that, but all the dogs behaved beautifully and a good time was had by all.

Lesley Mills from the Celia Hammond Animal Trust was our judge who said how fantastic it was to see dogs of all shapes and sizes who were all so well looked after.

‘Bright eyed and bushy tailed’ you might say!

Enjoy the photos and congratulations to the following winners:

Class 1 – Waggiest tail

  • 1st Place – Nash and owner Ralph Piner
  • 2nd Place – Daisy and owner Scott Neil
  • 3rd Place – Marlo and owner Donna Manley

Winners for ‘Waggiest Tail’ Class

Class 2 – The dog the judge would most like to home

  • 1st Place – Shadow and owner Bradley Pittaway
  • 2nd Place - Hazel and owner Chantelle Pine
  • 3rd Samantha and owner Jennifer Pryce
  • Special award for Ruby and owner Jessie Strong

Winners of the ‘Dog the Judge would most like to take home’ category.

Class 3 – Veterans

  • 1st Place – Bonnie and owner Kelly Bell
  • 2nd Place – Blaze and owner Lesley Stone.

Winner of ‘Veterans’ Class.

Class 4 – Most obedient

  • 1st Place – Hazel and owner Maggie Pine
  • 2nd Place – Nash and owner Ralph Piner
  • 3rd Place – Shadow and owner Bradley Pittaway
  • Special award for Benny and owner Kelly Kemp

Winners of ‘Most Obedient’ Class

Class 5 – Youngest handler 1st

  • 1st Place – Benny and young handler Abigail Ramsbotham
  • 2nd Place - Ruby and young handler Hannah Hyams
  • 3rd Shadow and young handler Henry Pittaway

Winners of the ‘Youngest Handler’ Class

Overall

  • 1st Place – Hazel and owner Maggie Pine
  • 2nd Place – Marlo and owner Donna Manley
  • 3rd Place – Bonnie and owner Kelly Bell

All of our fantastic winners.

Thanks to every one for making Mudchute’s 1st dog show a success. Watch this space for details of a second DOG SHOW TO TAKE PLACE THIS summer.


About Mudchute

Mudchute Park & Farm. One of the largest city farms in London with 32 acres of countryside in the middle of the Isle of Dogs.

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