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By: Cape Terrier Club  11-11-2011
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Please visit the NEWS page and our GALLERY where there are photos from our Championship Show held in October 2005.

Update from Mansel Frayne (UK Judge):

Hi You Guys
Just a few lines to say how pleased I was with the Staff Bull Terrier turnout
Will send a more detailed report in near future.
Don’t know how many exhibitors noticed that I had set up a Camcorder which recorded over 4 hours of DVD quality action, DISASTER.
With the sun directly above the dogs casting deep shadows both sides of dogs.
I failed to save anything worth showing.
It seems that digital photography and the midday sun don’t go together, so back to the drawing board.
Anyone out there got a decent photo of both my best dog and best bitch in show, these would be of great help to me, so that I could print with my report on both animals.
My thanks to all the Officers and committee members for their help and true friendship shown to my wife Maureen and myself, and if we could be of assistance to any or all in the future, whatever the task, please ask.
Mansel & Maureen Frayne. South Wales UK.

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