The Deerhound Club Limited show was held in Grangemouth on 20th September. It was a real team effort and a very busy time but we were delighted that all the organisation came off and an excellent day was had. 

Clan Cusidh were out in force - even Creubhag (Riding the Wind with Cusidh) decided to move from her favoured Craigend top spots to attend her first show in many a year.

Here are the Cusidhs at Grangemouth below. Peter Grant is on the left with Ruairidh and Creubhag, Ian is next with Ronan, Claire is with Rosie, Rob with Wee Dram and Elise is with Styx. All the photos at the show were taken by Tricia Macpherson and she did an absolutely superb job. For the complete show photo gallery please click here. 

 Please click on the read more for additional show photos and Cusidh results. 

Reiver's puppies are continuing to do well. Here are some update photos below. If you are interested please contact Claire (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) who will pass on your enquiry direct to Arabella.

The pedigree of the puppies is listed here.

 

 

Here are Reiver's (Cusidh Mingarry's) lovely puppies - a boy and a girl born on 10th Aug 2014. The breeder is Arabella Lewis who is based in the Borders, Scotland.  The sire of the puppies is Cusidh Homecoming (Ronan) and a mating in 2012 of Ronan with Reiver's sister Rashie (Cusidh Perchance to Dream) produced the Top Deerhound Puppy in 2013 Cusidh Drawing Down the Sun (Wee Dram). Here are a couple of photos of the proud parents and puppies. If you are interested please contact Claire (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) who will pass on your enquiry direct to Arabella. The pedigree of the puppies is listed here.  

  

Well amazingly Lugu (aka Creubhag or Riding the Wind with Cusidh) has managed to relinquish her Craigend top spot at the front door ready to order some smoked salmon and a white wine spritzer, or maybe some Pimms. It's good to see she's got her staff in order. Though perhaps she feels she's been made to wait a little too long. 

 

Here's Riding the Wind with Cusidh (Creubhag) relaxing in the sun. She's always been able to pick the good spots and now being the eldest of the Cusidhs at Craigend feels there's no need to relinquish her spot to her grandchildren! When she decides to respond to any human calls she answers to the name Lugu.