Today is the second and final post on the Sydney Royal Dog Show 2015. If you missed the first post, be sure to check it out right here. In the first post, I shared some photos from the Dog Show Hall at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and a couple of other snaps before the pugs entered the arena to get their competition on. So today it is all about photos from the actual competition.
First though, I thought it would be good to share the winners from each category from the show. Here they are:
Class: 3 – Puppy Dog… The best puppy of breed winner was Kobova Full Throttle, Mrs J Williams of Warwick, Queensland.
Class: 3A – Puppy Bitch… The winner was Ch. Sebandee A Lil Black Number, Rev C Seymour of Mount Annan, New South Wales.
Class: 4 – Junior Dog… The winner was Troycole Wheres The Sauce, Miss C Craig of Millfield, New South Wales.
Class: 4A – Junior Bitch… The winner was Pandanlamo Mademoiselle, Mr R Fabrici & Mrs E Fabrici of Lewiston, South Australia.
Class: 5 – Intermediate Dog… The winner was Gramish Snap Dragon, Triester of Lancefield, Victoria.
Class: 5A – Intermediate Bitch… Troycole Guess Whos Wicked, Mr P Walters & Mrs A Walters of Aberglassyn, New South Wales.
Class: 10 – Australian Bred Dog… The winner was Dezignerz Rolie Polie Olie, Mrs L Duval & Mr C Duval & Dr R Zammit & Mrs F Fearon-Zammit of Glossodia, New South Wales.
Class: 10A – Australian Bred Bitch… The winner was Ch. Kabova Girls N Guns, Mrs J Williams of Campbelltown, New South Wales.
Class: 11 – Open Dog… The winner was Ch. Raevon You Guessed It, Miss B Goyarts & Miss V Oldbury & Mrs A Estreich of Moorooduc, Victoria.
Class: 11A – Open Bitch… The winner was Ch. Pandanlamo Roly Pudin NPie, Miss L Mcrea of Eaglehawk, Victoria.
Class: 14 – Breeders Group… The winner was Kabova, Mrs J Williams of Campbelltown, New South Wales.
If you would like to see a complete list of the winners and runners up from the show, check out the Sydney Royal Dog Show website. And now for the photos you’ve been waiting for.
I hope you have enjoyed viewing these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them. Now that I have seen pugs on show, I am sure to seek out further competitions to go to and of course, where I can, share with you all.
Have you seen pugs on show before? Perhaps you have shown or currently show pugs in a range of competitions. Either way, I would love to hear what you think of seeing this wonderful breed in dog competitions. Leave me a comment below with your thoughts.
And if you are or your pug is in one of these photos or you know someone in these photos, let them know about this post and feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy of the photo/s you are in.