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1 x Best Puppy in BreedSCCGB Puppy of the Year Qualifier (2014)

Born in May 2012, Enza is our special girl as she is from our first home-bred litter.  A pretty tri with a large, flashy white collar, Enza has won our hearts.  She is a sweet girl who enjoys playing with the rest of our adult dogs.

Enza has passed her Kennel Club Good Citizen’s Bronze and Silver Tests.  In 2013, Enza gained Best Puppy Bitch and Best Puppy in Breed at the Scottish Kennel Club Championship Show, this meant that she qualified for the Smooth Collie Club’s ‘Puppy of the Year’ 2014 competition, we are very proud of our girl.  Although no longer in the show ring, she continues to be a big part of our family and always will be.

Enza enjoys fun agility and also learning tricks (her favourite trick is rolling over), and she has learnt a little rally obedience too.  She is a much loved part of our household if somewhat of a clown!


Yorkshire Collie Club Open Show, February
1st PGB, Michelle Fort ‘Tri colour. Good overall make and shape. Balanced head, good eye, ears, back skull, well filled in foreface with a good underjaw. Good reach of neck and length of back. Good quarters. Moved soundly.’


British Open, December
3rd PGB, Lena Newman
Smooth Collie Club of GB Ch, September
VHC JB, Maria Foulston
Darlington Ch
1st JD/B, Mrs V Foss ‘Balanced, good head and eye, bone, sound mover, correct drive’
Leeds Ch, July
1st JB, Geoff Hyde ‘tri colour in good condition, well grown with good bone, clean head of good length , nice neck and shoulders level top line and nicely turned stifles,  moved ok.’

Yorkshire Collie Club Open
1st JB, Simon Burton ‘Quite a classy young tri bitch, litter sister to the JD. She makes a lovely outline with more length than her brother. Has a good clean head with lovely eye shape, placement and expression. Like her brother her ears need to lift and if they do I can see her doing really well. She has a lovely neck and shoulder and better upperarm than her brother. Good topline and depth of body, just needing maturity in ribcage. Has a lovely rear end with impeccable tail carriage and that good construction front and back makes her an easy mover with a pleasing length of stride. Just needs to tighten up a touch up and down but a really promising girl.’
Scottish Kennel Club Ch
Best Puppy Bitch, Best Puppy in Breed
2nd PB, Derek Smith ‘very nice tri, 12 months on the day so could be BP. Very nice type of head, good eye, ears tip well but could be that bit tighter. Lovely body, good legs & feet, moved well.’
Lancs & Cheshire Collie Club Ch
2nd PB, Jeff Horswell ’11 month Tri. Feminine head. Expression spoilt by ears. Too much tipped over. Flat skull. Lengthy neck. Very good front feet. Super body. Balanced in angulation. Also needs to firm in front but is V promising.’


LKA Ch, December
Reserve MPB, Eleanor Kitchen
Otley Open
3rd Pastoral AVNSC Puppy, Denise Rowan