City Of Birmingham

 1st Limit. RCC. Judge Mr M Howes

Judges Critique – LB (6) 1 Bargman’s Crumpsbrook Acacia, there is everything to like about this beautifully balanced bitch. In profile she is stunning with the loveliest of heads, a good reach of neck into well laid shoulder, front is true with correct bone, well sprung ribs with good depth of brisket, good angulation with a well defined turn of stifle, plenty of muscle & was in good hard condition, tailset is correct allowing her to use it to the full whilst on the move, on the move she was sound covering the ground well. RCC


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Cassie’s day out at LMC Championship Show

Crumpsrook had a successful day at the club championship show. It’s lovely to meet up with everyone. Oscar was first in the ring and won his Post Grad class, then Jasper won Open Dog. Harry, who will hopefully be Cassies “husband” in the Autumn, won his veteran class. Such a superb mover and looking really well. Jasper then went on to win the Challenge for his 20th CC. Congratulations to Carol.

I did feel the pressure was on for Cassie and I to follow suit but I need not have worried. Cassie was as professional as ever and won her post graduate. It was the biggest class of the day with some lovely entries so it was a very special win.

The day was finished off with Jasper getting Best of Breed. What a day for our extended family!

A quick mention for Dougie, he won his Limit class. Congratulations to Kate and Matt.

Oscar and Cassie

Jasper, Harry and Cassie

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Crufts 2011

waiting for Large Munsterlander class at Crufts
Cassie taking in the big occasion before her class.

Crumpsbrook Large Munsterlanders had a fantastic day at DFS Crufts 2011. Cassie (Crumpsbrook Acacia) exceeded my expectations by gaining a second place in Post Graduate in a large class of quality bitches.

She really loves the big occasion and showed her socks off !

Standing for the Judge, Mrs Pamela Blay, to write her critique.

Cassie and her brother Oscar (Crumpsbrook Robinia) shown by Holly gained a well deserved 3rd Place in Post Graduate Dog.

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