Judging Critique – Notts & Derby District Bull Terrier Club, December 2012

At long last I’ve now completed the list of critiques available from 2012 with this latest one, judge Russell Lamonby’s view of the last event of the year, – the Notts & Derby District Championship Show. By my reckoning that makes it 38 critiques available for 2012 from the 48 main Shows that took place. […]

Judging Critique – North East Bull Terrier Club, November 2012

I know there are more than a few people waiting for this particular judging critique so let’s get straight to it. I’m referring to Michael Thompson look at the North East Bull Terrier Club Open Show in November of 2012 – Michael coming all the way from his adopted home land of Sweden to officiate. […]

Judging Critique – Midland Counties Championship Show, October 2012

The Midland Counties Championship Show is generally one of the last chances for Bull Terrier folk to get their animals in front of the Trophy Show selectors, not to mention of course one of the last remaining pairs of CC’s on offer for the year. In 2012 an all-rounder was handed the judging duties – […]

Judging Critique – South Wales Championship Show, October 2012

In the quest to build up a Bull Terrier critique archive from where the Bull Terrier Monthly finished, I’m now up to October 2012. The first event of that month was the South Wales Kennel Association Championship Show and judging the breed back then was Laura Cox of the Coxgal kennel. Laura’s critique therefore is […]

Judging Critique – Yorkshire Bull Terrier Club, September 2012

Double the fun at the Yorkshire Bull Terrier Club Open Show in September 2012, the Club hosting classes for both Bull Terriers and Miniature Bull Terriers – as indeed do other Clubs of recent times. A full report containing both judges critiques on the day – Mark Young’s and Jeanette Harrison’s – is the latest […]

Judging Critique – Driffield Championship Show, September 2012

There is a horse racing event coming up in the UK called ‘Glorious Goodwood’ – well forget that because when it comes to Bull Terriers we have ‘Glorious Goodwin’ – the very lovely Keith Goodwin, who sparked many a breed debate as feature writer in my old Bull Terrier Monthly magazine. Keith is of course […]