Now running over rainbow bridge, gone but without doubt never forgotten

Oscar, Dufosee Spruce Upon Rundle was our first male beagle.

We've had a lot of fun showing him and he was the first dog that we have qualified for Crufts.

Photo by Kath Parkin

Photo by Kath Parkin

Photo by Vittore La Gioia

Belper CS - 7/2/10
 6 month old blanketed tri dog of lovely type. Good level topline to correct tailset, masculine head set on good length of neck with a pleasing expression and correct eye shape and colour. Really moved well albeit a bit playful but was his first time out, handled and presented well.

Best Puppy.

Matlock & Dist CS - 20/2/10

 Lovely 6 month old tri dog. Nice size. Compactly put together. Gentle expression with good leathers. Super neck. Kept his top-line on the move. Correct tail set. Just needs to tighten up in front – but sure this will come with age.

Reserve Best Of Breed & Best Puppy. Puppy Hound Group 2

Sheffield & Dist KA – 7/3/10

A young open marked Tri lad of 7 months with pleasing head, dark eye and ample leathers. Long neck cascading to a level topline, good shoulder placement facilitating straight front. Correct tail set looked an absolute picture stacked revealing good turn of stifle. His youthfulness was exposed on movement, where he was more than willing to show everyone how happy and playful he was. One for the future.

Best Puppy In Breed.

South Yorkshire hound 4/12/10

Striking dark tri beagle boy, masculine head and expression, front ok, good body, ribbing and topline, ok hind quarters.

He behaved better in this class and looked lovely when free standing.

Ladies Kennel Association Championship Show 2010
Sound moving 17 month old tri dog. Good topline and tail set. Moved well

Boston 2011

Beautiful head and expression, good overall balance, good bone, level topline, moved freely with drive,

covering the ground well.

Beagle Club 26/3/11

Pleasing head, good pigmentation, good bone, tight feet, moved well.

Southern Counties Championship Show 2011
Masculine head, good neck, topline, angulation & feet. Correct depth

Photo by Michelle Kingsland