VIV Langford’s lhasa apso was a double winner at the Isle of Wight Canine Association’s November match.
Quaytown Hear It For The Boys won best in match and best veteran at the show, held at East Cowes Town Hall yesterday (Tuesday) evening.
Reserve best in match and best adult was Ennistar’s Katsero Akio At Spiritisle, a Japanese chin owned by Janice Cushing.
Best promising puppy was another of Viv’s lhasa apsos, Farrenmills Summer Moon Over Quaytown, and reserve was a golden retriever, Amirene Baby Be Mine, owned by Liz Wainwright.
Fleurfield Moonflower With Clamerkin, a pointer owned by Jan Drake, was best puppy, and Carol Turner’s Australian shepherd, Dialynne Primavera, was reserve.
UftonPonds In The Swin At Wihtgar, a boxer owned by Nigel and Jennie Lathwell, was reserve adult, and another of Jan’s pointers, Ansona Queen Of Hearts At Clamerkin, was reserve veteran.
The first round winner was a whippet, Tisisle Make Some Noise, owned by Joan Sharpe.
The match was judged by Jolene Silsbury.