Ch Corydon Handsome Hero JW
By Ch Corydon Quinault ex Corydon Pollyhanna
Winner of 12 Challenge Certificates
2 Reserve Challenge Certificates
Group 1 Winner
Group 2 Winner
His Challenge Certificate wins were as follows:
8/10/1978 West of England CC – Judge, Mr F Davies
2/12/1978 Lancashire & Cheshire CC – Judge, Mr J Pearson
16/12/1978 L.K.A. – Judge – Mrs A Bishop
18/7/1979 East of England – Judge – Mr J Parrott
Group 1 – Judge – Mrs K Sutton.
20/6/1980 Blackpool – Judge – Mr P Turner
17/7/1980 East of England – Judge Mrs J Alexander
9/8/1980 Welsh KC – Judge – Mr P Mather
15/8/1980 Bournemouth – Judge – Mr E Guttridge
6/9/1980 Darlington – Judge – Fru. U Erickson
1/11/1980 Scottish Working Breeds – Judge Mrs P Walsh
12/7/1981 South Wales K.A. Judge – Mr J Kirk
5/9/1981 Birmingham City – Judge – Mr J Kat
His Reserve Challenge Certificate wins were as follows:
19/11/1978 – Driffield – Judge – Mrs J Cable
3/5/1981 – Bath – Judge – Miss L Turner
His Best in Show wins were as follows:
17/6/1978 – Midland C.C, Limited Show – Judge Mr H Baker
23/9/1978 – East Anglian C.A, Open Show – Judge Mrs T Taylor
8/10/1978 – West of England C.A, Ch Show – Judge Mr F Davies
12/11/1978 – London & Provincial C.C, Open Show. Judge Mrs L Burtenshaw
He was the Group Winner at the East of England Show under judge Mrs C Sutton
He won Group 2 at Blackpool under Judge Mr H Jordan
He also won a Champion Stakes Class.
He was the sire of
CH CORYDON POLLY HERA,
IR CH AKDENIZ PETER PIPER
NU CH DINDELLA ANNABELLA.
PLUS 3 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS.
He did enjoy showing himself off, except he did not like slippery floors. Due to his enjoyment of shows we did show him a lot.
He was entered in 78 classes. He won 49 of them. He was placed in the first three at another 16 of them. He was unplaced in just 2 classes. For a time he dominated the shows and his Record of wins was unique for the time as they were all won under different judges.
We sold him to Mr & Mrs Cake in Australia when he was 4 years old. He won his Australian title in just 4 shows winning Best in Show awards as well. (The quickest a dog can win his Aus Ch Title is 4 shows. They need 100 points and maximum at any show is 25 points) He was hardly used at stud in his new country which was a pity as Mr H Spira who judged Best in Show at Crufts said he was a better dog than the dog he awarded Best in Show at this show.