A huge congratulations to all those who won club awards this year. Presenting:
Dog of the Year won by Louise Gunning with Roxy presented by John Munro, Vice Chair.
Guide Dog Trophy won by Maureen Miller and Jasper for best Club member in Obedience show, presented by obedience show secretary Karin Otto.
The Taz Trophy for best Veteran Dog was won by Alex Cook and Holly.
John Hunter and Rosie won the Midge Memorial Trophy for most improved Flyball ‘Starter’ Dog.
The Tara Shield for most improved Flyball dog went to Miley with handler Chris Gunning, presented by Flyball trainer Angela Kelly.
Jessica Bunyan with Sully won the Savana’s Salver for best Pet Handler, presented by Obedience trainer Alison Hunter.
Julia Morton with Misty won the Katy Quaich for best Junior Handler in Obedience.
Linda McGhee with Rory won the Eilidh & Nell Cup for most improved Newcomer in Agility, presented by agility trainer Lorna Stuart.
The Yakima Runner Trophy for best Agility Handler and Dog was won by Ros McKay and Seren.
Prestwick Flyball will be moving to their winter schedule and training Venue (indoors) very soon.
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PDDTC is proud to announce all of the award winners of 2017, including:
The Dog of the Year trophy was presented to Jasper who is trained by Maureen Millar. Very well done!
The Taz Trophy for the best veteran dog was awarded to Flora and her owner Bernadette Docherty.
The Katy Quaich Award was presented to Daniel and his dog Gizmo!
Gayle Glendinning and Finn were awarded The Eilidh and Nell Cup for the most improved newcomer to agility.
The Yakima Runner Trophy for the best agility dog and handler was awarded to Floyd and Chloe Cowan.
David and Noreen Simpson with their dog Hamish were awarded the Savannas Silver for best pet handler(s).
Dave and owner Dyane Reid won the Flyball Dog of the Year trophy.
This year is Prestwick and District DTC’s 50th Anniversary! Show details for this year are as follows.
The clubs Obedience show will be held on Saturday the 17th-18th of June at Rozelle Park in Ayr, and can be entered on the Obedience UK website.
Prestwick and District DTC’s Agility shows will be held on the 10th-11th of June at Rozelle Park in Ayr. Details and entry can be found on iShowServices and Granary Canine.
The Prestwick Flyball Crufts Qualifiers will be held on the 17th-18th of June at Rozelle Park in Ayr around lunchtime.
The details will be available soon – watch this space!
Any questions can be directed to the club’s Facebook page.
Well done to all of the award winners of 2016, including:
(from left to right)
- William Linsay with Sasha who won the Flyball Dog of the Year
- Moira Wallace and Toura winning the Batchelor Salver for the most improved dog in obedience.
- Maureen Millar and Jasper were awarded the Meggie Trophy for best performance by a club member at the clubs obedience and agility shows.
- Alice Feehan and Bryn won the Savannah Salver for the best pet handler in obedience.
- And Danielle Van Son with Phoebe were presented with the Yakima Runner Trophy for the best agility dog and handler.
The Katy Quaich Award was presented to the Best Junior Handler: Jessica Crompton with Lexi. Very well done!
The Dog of the Year Award was won by Poppy, trained by Debbie Prince. Congratulations, well deserved!
The Guide Dog Trophy for Best Club Member at Obedience Show was won by Marie Hamilton and Hunter! Well done!
Ashley Nicholson and Peanut won The Eilidh and Nell Cup for Most Improved Newcomer to Agility. Excellent work!