Banrigh (Drawing Down the Moon to Cusidh) won her second CC at Richmond Championship Show 11th September 2009. She went on to take best of breed and  second place in the hound group. Deerhound judge was Mr Hector Heathcote and group judge was Mrs Zola Rawson.

Banridg gains CC
Photo by Carol Ann Johnson

Mr Heathcote's write up "lovely mature bitch coming really together, in full coat showing very well with settled, typical movement, nice head & expression, acquiline nose, typical ears, typical outline, esp topline & croup, good feet & pasterns, very balanced & unexaggerated".

Cusidh hounds had a great day at SKC on 30th August 2009, taking the bitch CC, best puppy dog and best puppy bitch.

Deerhound CC

Above: Drawing Down the Moon to Cusidh (left) 1st open bitch and bitch CC shown here with BOB Stranwith Ebenezer (right) (Kay Barret) and Judge Mrs Eve Hamilton.

Best Puppy

Above: Cusidh Caol Muile (Truly Scrumptious). Owned by Ms A Foote & Mr G Crossan wins best puppy, 1st puppy bitch and 1st junior bitch. Shown here with Cusidh Righ Innse Gall who won 1st puppy dog.

Cusidh at Kelso

Cusidh at Kelso

Team Cusidh relaxing after the Border Union show at Floors Castle.

Congratulations to Greyfriars Gille of Beardswood who received his second Championship Certificate at this show under Judge Brian Doak (Rosslyn). Gille is the litter brother of Kee Kee (Dream Dance to Cusidh) and son of Hallaig (Cusidh Coille Hallaig).

Best Puppy Cusidh Righ

Cusidh Righ Innse Gall takes Best Puppy at SKC May 09.
Photo
by Jed Godden

Cusidh Caol Muile (Truly Scrumptious)
Cusidh Caol Muile (Truly Scrumptious). Owned by Ms A Foote & Mr G Crossan.
Photo by Ricky Bentley.

Cusidh Caol Muile took best puppy with her brother Cusidh Righ Innse Gall winning best puppy dog. Drawing Down the Moon (Banrigh) was second in Open Bitch. As judged by Mrs Denise Courtney.

Show Report for Cuisdh Caol Muile: "I just loved this baby of 8 mths. She has everything for me. Excellent bone & substance, very feminine head, dark eye with aloof expression. Very shapley fore & aft which showed on the move. A little shy to be looked at but this will go with maturity, must have a glowing future."

Cusidh Rieh Innse Gall
Cusidh Righ Innse Gall.
Photo by Rob Horsfield.

Cusidh Hounds also took first and second place in Brace and a second in Team. Judged by Mrs Jean Malley.