Best in Show Winners in Club Championship shows

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Hymany Silver Slippers

A blue roan bitch owned by Mrs. E. B. Colahan, Ballinasloe. By Mere Nothing from Miss Fairy.

The show was held at Goff's Repository on Mount Street on Saturday, 20/04/1940, with 207 Class entries. The Judge: Mr. G. R. Fryer.

Miss Inez M. G. Robinson's of Shaws Bridge, Co. Down, dog Flag Lieutenant, (AC x B,R or G) was Reserve. On Thursday of the same week he went on to win another Green Star and Best in Show at the Navan and District Canine Association show (an open show with 633 entries). By Dobrow Dash from Mariner's Glory.



Due to an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease.


Treetops Town Crier

A black dog, owned by Ms. Peggy Kelly from Kill, Co. Kildare. Born 23/04/1938, by Treestops Terrific and Belinda of Burnscourt.

The show was held at Goff's Repository, Lower Mount Street on Saturday, 16/05/1942 , with 130 Class entries.

Mrs. O'Toole, Drumcondra and M. D. McGuigan, Drogheda as ring stewards, Judge Rev. Brother. A. D. Ryan (Linen Hall), St. Magdalen's, Drogheda, Co. Louth.

Reserve BIS went to Belle of Leinster, owned by Mrs. A.J. Wheeler, Leinster Road, Dublin.



A bitch, owned by Messers H. Harvey & W. McCausland, Dunmurry, Co. Antrim. She also won the Scott Moore Cup (Cocker, other than Black, Red or Golden, owned by member of the Ulster Spaniel Club, or Club holding show).

The show was held on Saturday, 17/07/1943 at Goff's Repository with 159 Class entries. Judge Mr. T.G. Wilson.

Gold Digger of Faughan, owned by Mr. R. H. Hunter, Ballinacross Cottage, Derry was Reserve.


Ardent Lass

A bitch owned by Mr. F. Goodisson from Wexford, who won 2 classes in any colour and the members class.

The show was held at Goff's Repository on Mount Street on Saturday, 09/09/1944, with 278 Class entries. Judge Mr. J. Morrow.

Mickey of Ormeau, owned by Mr. J. Duncan, Belfast was Reserve.


Eulalie of Eyre

A tricolour black, white and tan bitch, owned by Ms. Barbara Henderson of Balmoral, Belfast, born 01/06/1941, by Maxim of Sunnybank from Lick Bla Beatrice.

The show was held at Goff's Repository on Mount Street on Saturday, 14/04/1945, with 296 Class entries. The Judge was Mr. D. Orr Perry.

Anothern Northern exhibit, Mr. D. McCall's black dog Night Watchman, won the Reserve.


Ardent Ardagh

A blue roan dog, owned by Mr. J. P. Joyce of Summerseat, Wexford. By Maxim of Sunnybank and Linda Loo of Akron.

The show was held at McIntyre Hall, St. Stephens Green, Dublin on Saturday, 13/04/1946, with 296 Class entries. Judge Capt. R. George from Houghton, Northamptonshire. (Nenevalley).

Reserve BIS went to Mr. McCausland's bitch Harmac Helma.


Lick Bla Bella

A orange roan bitch, owned by Ms. D. M. Fagan, by Major of Woodburn and Lick Bla Blonde.

The show was held at Damer School's, St. Stephens Green on Saturday, 12/04/1947, with 313 Class entries. The Judge was Dr. Dorothy Fulton.

Reserve BIS was the blue roan dog Parkmount Texas, owned by Mr. H. Bell, York Park, Belfast. Bred 20/01/1944 by G. R. Rothwell from Harley Sandylands Flare and Cobnar Gleam.


Seagull of Loughmogue

A light blue roan bitch, owned by Mr. T. E. Tighe of Clontarf Road, Dublin. Bred by Miss. Violet Tynte on 09/10/1945 of Crusader of Erith and Loughmogue Girlie.

The show was held at Gavin Low's Saleyard, Prussia Street on Saturday, 17/04/1948, with 301 Class entries.

Garryowen Black Swan took Reserve BIS, the dog owned by Mr. Tommy Forster from Belfast. By Sixshot Black Swan and Bryrawel Black Swan.


Loughmogue Safe Flight

A dog owned by Miss. Clare O'Callaghan of Griffith Avenue, Drumcondra. Bred by Miss. Violet Tynte, Tynte Park, Dunlavin, Co Wicklow., on 02/01/1948 by Langley Skyliner from Loughmogue Girlie.

The show was held at Damer Schools, St. Stpehens Green on Saturday, 23/04/1949, with 304 Class entries. Judge Mr. John Thaw. (Aberthaw).

His litter sister Gay Girl of Loughmogue, owned by Mr. S. Price from Standish, Wigan, Lancashire was Reserve.


Founded in 1929. The parent Club of the English Cocker Spaniel breed in Ireland.

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