East of England show at Peterborough, breed judge specialist Althea Richardson awarded Harrison his class and Best Puppy In breed. He was then awarded Puppy Grp 4
Critique:Dark slate of much quality. Has plenty of coat which can detract from his wonderful shape. Going over him confirms how well put together he is.On the move covers plenty of ground with front and rear in harmony.
Then onto Malvern and National Working and Pastoral Breeds under Judge Kevin Young who awarded Harrison yet again Best puppy dog and Best puppy in breed.Again Harrison trotted off into the puppy group and was awarded Puppy Group 2... what at roll he was on and how proud was I.
Critique:Another quality young male who i made my best puppy today, Good strength of head and muzzle with a good dark eye and pleasing expression. Liked his reach of neck flowing into a firm top line with good front and rear angulation. Presented in lovely coat and condition. Pleased to see him perform well in the group ring.
Local show next at Harewood House Leeds. and all round judge Keith Derry, He awarded harry best puppy dog and best puppy in breed. In shock again we moved our way over to the best in show ring ready for the Puppy group where we were placed yet again being awarded Puppy Grp 3
Critique: Dark slate, balanced outlook, strong head and dark eye, well laid shoulder and good front. moved well.
Harrison was riding high so we popped over to an agricultural show at Ryedale. A wonderful day was had with friends and to top it all Harrison beat every puppy there and got Best Puppy In Show. Something his grandma Elsa did 9 years earlier. Not many people could say that.