Please send me your Crufts results if you would like them published on this website.

A Huge Well Done to all our members who took part.   If you didn’t get your dog there this year, dont forget –    “Aim for 18”

Brian & Gina Chessell had a lovely day at Crufts and have sent their results in, as follows:

Results from the Tibetan Terrier camp to say Araki Thrilling Willy at Stylaxian was VHC in PGD, very pleased with his behaviour at his first Crufts and also in a class where he was the youngest by far.
Araki Areu Ready For This at Stylaxian was Reserve in mid limit bitch and then 1st in GCB.

A great day out although very tiring.  Many thanks to Mrs T Leese, our judge for the day.


Lesley & Barry Rimmel have emailed to let us have their results for their Borzoi:

Rudy (Borodino Balanchine) came 2nd in Limit Dog.  Eleven in the class, so very pleased.  Thanks to our Judge  Mrs M Masterman


Here are Paula Butler’s results with her Japanese Shibu Inus – Solo and Sox at their first ever Crufts.

“Before I submit my results a fantastic well done to Andrea Butterstone on getting through to the group and actually appearing on tv

My results
Sondagi Beniichi (Solo) 2nd Yearling Dog
Sondagi Akikazehime (Sox) VHC Yearling Bitch

Under breed specialist Mrs Knight Messenger  

Chuffed to bits with Solo on such a good place”


Andrea Butterstone’s Pug, Mabel (Catrelma Gina Lollobrigida) was the Shoreham Ringcraft Star, I believe.

Taking Best of Breed – Huge Congratulations Andrea and Mabel, from all at Shoreham Ringcraft

Andrea says “When I was a little girl I went to Earls Court to watch Crufts.  It was then I made it my ambition to exhibit on the green carpet.  Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d ever make it to the ‘big ring’ 😊😊 words cannot describe how I’m feeling.  Thanks to all you wonderful people for congratulating Mabel and I, too many to mention but I really do appreciate it.  Big thanks to my mum for travelling with me. And a special thank you to Susanne Sefferer and Amanda Ellis for making it possible. And, of course, thanks to the judge, Penny MacDonald,  for thinking so highly of my girl.   Still can’t quite believe it happened to me! “


From Elaine Ward:-

Oscar and Emmy thoroughly enjoyed their first ever Crufts –

Our home bred Miniature Poodle Boy, Oscar (Pipparel The Look of Luv) was placed 2nd in Yearling, under Breed Specialist Mrs C Lawton-Anderson.

OScar Crufts 2017

Oscar In the ring – photo by Isabelle Cowan

Oscar Crufts 2017

Oscar After Judging and back at the bench (Photo by Gayle Cavie)

And here’s Emmy (Pipparel Just One Boogie) – litter sister to Oscar – taken after Judging, but she was beautifully handled by Gayle Cavie, taking VHC in Yearling Bitch, also under Breed Specialist Mrs C Lawton-Anderson.

Emmy Crufts 2017

Emmy after Judging (Photo by Gayle Cavie)

Jo Hughes’ Border Terrier Chatmos Bullet Tooth Tony (Bullet to his friends) was placed 3rd in Yearling Dog at his first ever Crufts.  Judge:  Miss S. A. Leslie

Bullet at Crufts 2017

Bullets loot Crufts 2017

Bullet’s “Loot” from Crufts