In order to receive, schedules, notification of AGM, summer party, winter party flyers and the next year book, please ensure your membership is up to date. 2017 members will have had a membership form and a data protection form to complete and return to the Secretary Mrs E Smith.
All members, who received DATA PROTECTION FORMS recently, could you please return them to the secretary. Non return means we cannot keep an updated list.
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Welcome to the Kennel Club Academy, the home of accessible online education to support those involved in the world of dogs. Here you will find films and learning resources which will provide users with insight and education to support their interest in the canine world.
The Kennel Club Academy Shop is where you’ll find information on the learning resources available from the Academy and where you can manage your payments where appropriate. Once you have your login, you will obtain access to the Academy Learning Resources.
We hope you enjoy these resources and learning activities.
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Points for the Trophies 2017
are now due and should be received by Mrs Liz Smith on or before the 24th March
Criteria for points are below
How to calculate your points won during 2017 for the four trophies
1st. - 4 points. 2nd. - 3 points. 3rd. - 2 points. res. - 1 points
Points Trophies 2017
Ch Mr Softie Of Pantisa
Donated by Mr & Mrs George Donaldson
The Ch Mr Softie of Pantisa Trophy is awarded annually to any Member residing in Scotland for points won by a BLENHEIM or TRICOLOUR during the year.
Donated by our late Patron, Mrs Margaret Lyndesay Smith and her husband Mr David Lyndesay Smith.
Open to all Members, The Borderland Trophy is awarded annually to the Cavalier with the highest number of points at all types of shows during the year.
Marisk Night Sprite Trophy:
Donated by Mr James Finlay and his late Mother, Mrs Sheena Finlay.
The Marisk Night Sprite Trophy is awarded annually to a Member resident in Scotland for points won by a BLACK/TAN or RUBY during the year.
Donated by the late Mr Charles and Mrs Joyce Smith.
The Fenmist Trophy is awarded annually to a Member resident in Scotland for a PUPPY winning the most points in Puppy classes, including AV Toy Minor Puppy and AV Toy Puppy during the year
SCKCSC Junior Handling
Summer Show 4th June 2017
Judge: Mrs Jenny MacAlpine (Annatika)
It was quite unexpected to be requested to judge this at the show but very
enjoyable. Sadly only a couple of entries but they were very close in their expertise.
Class 6 – 11 years
1. Toni McCue 8 years she worked hard as her dog was quite a handful but she
showed him well and followed all instructions given to her. Best Junior Handler.
2. Sky McLean 11 years another good wee handler in the making.
Just got pipped to the post by 1. Her dog was older and not so much of a handful. She showed him well and I am sure on another day the place s could well be reversed.
Class 12 – 16 years – no entries.