Sally-Ann Neath-Duggan our Branch Manager at Rubery went to Crufts last weekend and let us have this report.
The day started very early at 5am, but we arrived at the NEC at 7.30am, but by the time were in the ring it wasn’t until the early afternoon, when things started to happen.
Cracker had been entered in the Special Junior Bitch class with 9 other entrants, as usually Cracker showed herself off to her best ability but in the end the judge awarded her 2nd in the class.
When the steward announced the awards she was given a place card long with a lovely blue rosette which now is in my glass cabinet along with her other many rosettes which she has won over the past 8 months.
The show season will soon in earnest and I will keep everyone updated with her progress throughout the year.