Annual General Meeting & Christmas Buffet

Annual General Meeting & Christmas Buffet
November 22nd
Members Room, Royal Jersey Showground, Trinity
No dogs as there will not be any training.
Nominations for committee:
President: Mrs Christine Marett, proposed Dr Margaret Bayes MBE, seconded Mrs Tina Syvret.
Vice President: Mrs Briony Price, proposed Mrs Tina Syvret, seconded Miss Robyn Boschat
Secretary: Mrs Elizabeth Boschat, proposed Mrs Sarah Cooper, seconded Mrs Marcia Le Claire
Treasurer: Miss Samantha Kezourec, proposed by Dr Margaret Bayes MBE, seconded Mrs Christine Marett.
Ordinary members: No nominations for ordinary members, nominations can be taken at the meeting from the floor.

Limit & Open Obedience Show Results & Judge’s Report

The results can be downloaded here: Limit & Open Results
  Open Show Report: Thank you to Christine Marett and her team for giving me the privilage of judging at your Open show. To all the handlers ,and Stewards for making my weekend with you an enjoyable one. The hospitality of your club was fantastic, the weather superb, what more could I ask for.The order of classes was the reverse of the previous day. Class: C 1stMrs Wright BC Foxbarton Black velvet ,losing 13.5 most marks lost on sendaway with handler taking a wrong turn. Well done 2nd Mr Guibout,BC Bartonview humbug losing 56.5. a superb round until scent.unfortunately the decoy proved too tempting 3rd Mrs Wright BC Foxbarton Black Queen losing 71.5 unfortunately found the decoy in scent Class: B 1stMrs Davies BC Patois Corbette, losing 17, excellent heelwork, retrieve and scent were costly, well done 2nd MrsPearce losing 23, very nice heelwork but messy retrieve, well done Excellent use of a training round from Mrs Blake Class: A 1stMrs Davies BC Patois Corbette losing 6.5 excellent work , a silly shake in scent well done 2nd Mrs Hitchon BC Patois Phizz losing 14.5 lovely A recall, broke stay 3rd Mrs Bracegridle GSD Foxfold Zafira losing 17, Most marks lost on heelwork, slow or no sits 4th Mr Bennet GSD losing 18, as with previous dog slow or no sits in heelwork costly .A recall very nice  Class: Novice 1st Mrs Mcfarlene GSD,jetril Dakota, losing 3.5 well done good round 2nd Mrs Hitchon BC,Patois Phizz, losin 6, sort out the wide abouts and left turns,good round 3rd Mr Bennett GSD losing 9.5 tighten up his heelwork he is lovely dog 4thMrs Bouchere WS losing 11.5, very good recall, remember heelwork should be a loose lead 5th Mrs Pearce BC losing 13.5 some lagging in heel free was costly clear recall 6thMr Cullen BC losing 14.5, very well done, you weren`t quite so nervous Class: Beginner 1st Mrs Davy spaniel losing 5.5, well done lovely recall and retrieve 2nd Mrs Le Masurier, kelpie losing 15 good recall Class: Pre beg 1stMrs Le Masurier Kelpie Sweep, losing 10.5 most marks lost on heel free, heel on lead good 2nd Miss Sheppard , Lab losing 14, unfortunately broke stays, good round 3rd Mrs Curwood japanese chin , losing 23 what a character,in places of heelwork his attention on his mum was lovely 4th Miss Mitchell GSD losing 41, not paying attention to his mum today as family members were in the room.I am so glad after the end of the competition you managed to get an excellent recall out this handsome dog 5thMrs Le Masurier Kelpie Basil losing 54, unfortunately he broke both his stays
  Limit Show Report: Thank you to Marcel initially for the phone call and then Christine Marett for the formal invitation to judge the islands limit and open show. I thoroughly enjoyed the company and hospitality of the club over the weekend.The handlers were a lovely friendly bunch some of whom I knew already from previous visits. Thank you to Christine, Mick and Sam for your company each evening, and showing me some lovely parts of the island. The venue was a rifle range club house. Class: Pre-beginners  1st No 17 Mrs La Masuthie australian kelpie losing 4.5 excellent recall, well done 2nd Miss Sheppard labrador losing 6.5 very nice dog who tried hard 3rd Miss Mitchell GSD losing 6.5 unfortunatly lazy crooked sits today 4th Miss Curwood japanese chin losing 7, what a character, short sections of lovely attention. Class: Beginners 2nd No 17 Mrs La Masuthie australian kelpie Sweep,losing 32.5 unfortunately the heel free was your downfall today especially as you had to put hands on him a lot. 3rd No 7 Miss Curwood japanese chin Frankie, 34.5 as with above dog lots of hand contact in heel free Class: Novice 1st No 15 Mrs Hitchon, BC losing 3.5 left turns need tightening up but generally good work well done 2nd No 8 Mrs Davies, BC Porcia losing 4, a couple of jumps in heelwork and left turns as above dog, nice round, 3rdNo1 Mr Bennet GSD losing 5.5, a/ts and sits lazy from this large dog but pieces of nice work 4th No 6 Mr Cullen, losing 6, nerves from the handler were an issue, but some good work from the dog 5th No21 Mrs Pearce,BC, losing 8 heel free was the main problem with lagging, very nice recall 6th No 3 Mrs Bouchere ws. losing 9, General work needs tightening up but nice handling Class: A 1st No 15 Mrs Hitchon losing 5 well done nice round 2nd No 19Mrs Mcfarlene GSD losing 8 excellent scent well done 3rd No 1 Mr Bennet GSD losing 17.5, naughty on scent which was a shame 4th No 9Mrs Davies BC losing 35.5 excellent round then mucked up scent Class: B 1st No 21 Mrs Pearce BC losing 18.5 Good scent well done 2nd No 10Mrs Davies BC losing 19.5 silly errors in retrieve and scent  3rd No 4 Mrs Bracegridle GSD losing 31, sendaway was your pit fall today bad luck Class: C 1st No 12 Mr Guibout Bc losing 14 good heelwork, unfortunately handler took wrong turn in sendaway, well done 2nd No 26 Mrs Wright BC losing 15.5 Pick up in ASSD need to be tightened up otherwise good round 3rd No 22 Mrs PearceBC losing 51 missed positions in ASSD and Dc very costly 4th No 25 Mrs Wright losing 65.5 unfortunately brought the decoy scent cloth