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Manchester Championship Show felt a bit like de ja vu, with my Greenland team once again topping the AVNSC Working classes under judge Sandra Marshall (Lowerdon).
Elska - owned & handled by Charlotte Parsons - won her Junior Dog / Bitch class, Alice won Open Bitch & Reserve Best Bitch, Noah won Open Dog & Best Dog and last, but not least, Jess won her Post Graduate Dog / Bitch class, Best Bitch & Best AVNSC! She also made it to the final 7 shortlisted in the Junior Stakes under judge David Guy (Donzeata), the only rare breed to do so. My gratitude to Stacey Watkins for handling Noah and to Anthony Johnson for taking Alice into the Bitch Challenge for me while I stayed on Jess. 



A fabulous first Championship Show of the year for us courtesy of Boston & DCS. No Greenland Dog classes here so it is AVNSC Working under judge Jacque Bayne (Corranroo) where my family trio do not disappoint.
Noah has a great day with 1st Open Dog, Best Dog & Best Opposite Sex (handled by Scarlett Burnside) but it's Jess who comes out on top winning 1st Junior Bitch, Best Bitch & ultimately Best AVNSC at just 13 months of age, with her Mum Alice taking Reserve Best Bitch in the Challenge after winning her Open Bitch class (handled by Racheal Bailey). 
Jess also makes me proud in a large, quality Junior Stakes class under judge Adrian Bricknell (Shimano) by taking VHC from a selection of lovely youngsters.



Our first show of the year is an Open Show outing for Worcester & Malvern CS.
No top honours in breed classes today - with Harry 2nd to the RBOB winner in Alaskan Malamute Open under judge John Ritchie (Dykebar) & Jess 3rd behind 2 nice Newfoundlands in AVNSC Working Junior under judge Lorraine Ratter (Seafar) - but a special day nonetheless as Harry goes on to take 3rd in AV Working Veteran giving him the final points required to close his Veteran Warrant title!!

Very very proud of him, having missed his first year as a Veteran due to Covid and so has achieved this title in just 9 shows over 5 months, and with 2 Best Veteran In Shows along the way - we couldn't resist a little something to celebrate.



What better way to start 2022 than by celebrating what we achieved in 2021?


Whilst it proved a quieter year, comparatively, for the Malamutes, our Greenland Dog Team of Daughter, Mother & Uncle did us proud in the UK Champ Show Scene. Across breed and AVNSC classes they gained 5 Best of Breeds, 11 Best of Sex, 9 Reserve Best of Sex, 1 Best Junior, 8 Best Puppy, 4 Puppy Group Shortlists & a WPG4 .

These efforts culminated in a fabulous set of results in the Our Dogs Top Dog Awards.
Noah - Top Dog in breed
Jess - Top Puppy in breed, Top Rare Breed Puppy in the Working Group *and* Joint Third Top  Rare Breed Puppy across all groups!
Not to mention some shared pride in with Suki (Noah's Mum) Top Brood Bitch, Balder (Noah's Dad) Top Stud Dog & Suna-Sanik (Noah & Alice's Breeder) gaining Top Breeder. Massive congratulations to Marit Ånes & Sofia Wallin.

Big thank you's to all who support us (friends, handlers & judges alike) - and an extra thank you to Jenny Shorer-Wheeler (Koromandel) for sharing her artistic talents to help us celebrate.