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Janice's boy Mocca working well
and looking good!
As was Koko,
likes the wet look, Death to Daphnia.
Bess with Hugh at the Beardie Day, Glebe.
Feb 9th 2011
Hugh and 9 month old Bess at a clinic with A Nicklass
Janice and Rolly came and ran Coco
oh Wow ! WHAT a youngster! Lynn Armour's fourteen week old Robbie.
This tiny pup held a small group of sheep immovably agaist the wire. He positively radiated power.
Izzy negotiating Hurdles!
Harry really lifted his game, working on lovely, responsive managable shearlings with advice from Nij Vyas.
Izzy encouraged to face a tough sheep.
Harden Moss Sheepdog Trial
there was not one, but two working beardies competing, plus a New Zealand Heading dog!
Young 'Westie' waits to go on.
Good work on very testing hoggs round the course,
She's a Stephen Lord's Jim daughter
Quite lovely. Beautifully handled.
As was the New Zealand Heading dog...Megga fast and focussed!
and the second beardie, who ran just before me and Joss, and came off quite soon, but not before showing a great deal to like.
Big thankyou to Mr and Mrs Baxter, of Scottish Working Beardies, for hospitality, lively sheep and the opportunity to work our dogs!
Badger and John.
Older of John Fullerton's?
Susie, a merle beardie...
Her helper, teacher's pet Meg Isted
Gets her enthused!
Not sure who this is...
But this is Izzy who was very happy in Scotland!
Smiles all round...
when Harry lay dooon!
We'll be back to watch the Penning Challenge!
Way to Go Scotland!
Big Thankyou to Mr and Mrs Handford and their working beardie dynasty for hosting a Beardie meet at their farm in Buxworth. Rodger claimed it was always that hot ... Liz did some novel off roading to park in shade! Below, one of Rodger's beardies, Ted, working three hoggs.
Mr John Pickett, Chairperson of the WBCS, below, with two Lester pups ...
Our own dear Harry
coped very well!
Janice and Roly Jackson worked three Working beardies last week...
and Mocca. see you at Buxton soon! There is a Working Beardie meeting.
Linda and Izzy learning to drive
and Harry is induced to run 'Away' instead of his favourite, 'Bye'
Portraits of Harry
Harry learning to go slow!
And Izzy does the cones!
Harry, Lynda Taylor's 18 mth Working beardie, begining to work.