16th September 2022
The Kennel Club has posted that there is a change to Junior Warrant criteria which has been updated by the KC with immediate effect....
JUNIOR WARRANT POINTS CRITERIA EXPANDED
The Kennel Club Board has agreed to expand the points criteria under which Junior Warrant points can be claimed, with immediate
effect. In the case of open shows, in addition to those wins which currently qualify for one point, the following also now meet the criteria:
any group placing, any puppy group placing, Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show, Best Puppy in Show or Reserve Best Puppy in
Show where at least one other dog was competing. This will only be valid if no other Junior Warrant points have been claimed for
this dog at the show. The criteria for championship shows has also been updated so as to make it possible to claim points for
both Best of Sex and Best Puppy of Sex wins. Only one point may be claimed from any open show and this clause remains unchanged.
There is also no change to the championship show points criteria.
Kathryn Mansfield, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “We are very pleased to announce these amendments to the points system for
the Junior Warrant title. Open shows are a very important ‘training ground’ in the UK for young dogs and so it is only right that
the top awards at group and Best in Show level should count toward this award. “In the case of championship shows, under
the previous points system, dogs which had won a breed class and were unable to claim points (i.e. only one in the class) and were subsequently awarded Best of Sex (beating the correct number of dogs) or Best Puppy of Sex were still unable to claim any points unles
s they went on to win Best of Breed. This latest update remedies that situation.”
The updated Junior Warrant points criteria can be found at thekennelclub.org.uk/forms/junior-warrant.
All queries regarding the Junior Warrant award should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the case of Salukis it has been near enough impossible to accrue enough points to JW, the only dog I know that has
achieved his is Jeannette Glaister’s Impala Zia Dexter The Gambler (IMP USA) JW. It is supposed to be difficult but not impossible.
Last weekend after a three year break South Eastern Hound Show was back at Hickstead with their Premier Open Show.
Lovely day, great get together with a picnic after. Judging was Ray Morland. BOB was Claire Jowett’s Canapus Mistral Under
Barleywood (IMP NDL) RBOB went to Kathy Williams’s Tigsisle Totally Unique. Best Puppy was Nicola Warner and Bernie
Hetherington’s Flytesfield Eowyn At Savuki. Whils`I do endeavour to cover most Saluki activities I will not be reporting wins
at On-line judging competitions and Open Shows except for breed specific shows and Hound shows. Stating this in the notes,
I hope no one takes this personal.
The SGHC is looking for a person to look after their trophies. If you would like to consider doing this job or would like further
information on doing it, please contact the secretary Michelle Ulyatt at email: email@example.com
This week, it was the turn of Richmond Championship Show to be held. We parked in an alternative car park because there had been rain the day before the show and the usual car park had to be scaled down. This for us it was no problems. I will give the Club a big thumbs up for having the best toilets of any show that I have attended duringthe last 50 years. Toilets were clean, hand wash and moisturizers by each sink. The piece de resistance was the lovely purple haze in the room creating a feeling of calm. So, a big congratulation to Richmond for giving back something that is so well appreciated. Judging was Neil Stanmore. BCC, BOB went to Mary Sanders Parker’s Ch Classicus Olympia with the RBCC to our own Luachmhar Jadira Kasaque. DCC, Best Veteran for his third and qualifying CC went to Adele Walton Haddon’s Hayati Ogdedar El Azizi Fuadi of Ilsham TAF. This was a special day for the Haddons as not only did they make their dog up into a champion but they celebrated their wedding anniversary. Congratulations on both accounts. He was born on 20th May 2015, his breeder is Mr S Elen. His sire is Ali Darian Janoob Baad Alqom and his dam Hadiyyah Djaal Lhilal. RDCC went to Linda Alsous and Jeannette Glaister’s Jay Jp Sea Bird El Panjsher JW (IMP)
Best Puppy was Mary Sanders Parker’s Classicus Felicitas. Best Special Beginner was Jean & Mike Strong’s Shahzad Zaki Ter Dolen (IMP BEL)
The SGHC has launched a page of items that can be purchased with the Centennial logo. There are bone chana mugsat £10.00, T-shirts in both black and grey in sizes medium, large and x-large for £15.00, baseball caps £12.50,Hoodies in black with sizes of medium, large and x-large for £35.00. All items can be seen on the Clubs web side or onthe Centennial facebook page and will be available at the Championship show on the 16th October. You can order these itemsdirectly from Michael on email:firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone him directly on 07557232023.
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