It's been a busy show year for me. This weekend we headed to Tallinn double international show with our youngsters. Redheads Tarmo & Odessa were shown last time in junior class and Freya had just had her 2nd birthday so she was able to gain Estonian cac for her championship. I had entered Tarmo to junior class on Saturday and intermediate class on Sunday.
On Saturday Mr Alessandro Zeppi from Italy was judging. Tarmo (S. Sea'n Is Believin') went BOB-junior finishing his Est JCh title, Odessa (S. Sea The Stars Over Adunaic) was BOS-junior, she finished her C.I.B.-junior title by gaining the last junior CACIB needed. And Freya napped another CACIB plus cac that crowned to to Est Ch.
On Sunday the judge was Mr Andrzej Stepinski from Poland. Tarmo gained res-CACIB that turns into CACIB, and Freya got yet another CACIB. Odessa excellent without cq, the judge wanted to see better front movement but I don't blame the judge nor the dog, because the floor was awfully slippery. Some dogs survived better than others, and it must have been difficult to try to judge any movement there.
So it was a very nice ending. Freya just turned two years a few weeks ago and she has got five CACIBs, championships in Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia to her credit this year. Now we all need a break!
Pictured left C.I.B.-J Fi, Ee, Lv, Lt JCh TlnJW-23 BaltJW-23 Serene Sea'n Is Believin', owned by myself
and right C.I.B.-J Fi, Lt JCh BaltJW-23 Serene Sea The Stars Over Adunaic, owned by Päivi Honkapää