The Show Ring
Cedar Creek Sugar N Spice ends the year as the
Number #4 CKCSC USA Bitch of the Year
and #18 in the top 20 dogs for 2017 So proud of this special homegrown girl.
Sugar wins another Best In Show
CKCSC Cavaliers of the West Show September 5,2017 and receives her CKCSC Championship
Thank You to Judge Vanessa Weber
Cedar Creek Rise N Shine Wins Best Puppy in Show
Sunny at his first CKCSC Club in September at the Cavaliers of the West won Best Puppy Dog and then onto Best Puppy in show. The best part of it was that his sister Cedar Creek Soulei at Kendallkastle who is co-owned by my friend Kathi Ogle took Best Puppy Bitch. The two of them went head to head for Best Puppy. How Fun is that! Such a fun win either way it went.
Also in July Sunny earned a very nice 5 point Major winning Winners Dog and Best of Winners in addition to Best in Sweepstakes. Thank You to Judge Dana Cline, pictured and to Sweeps Judge Allyson Gonyo
Sunny winning a 5pt Major out of the Bred By Class under Judge Dana Cline
American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel National Show in Minnesota
In April 2017 I traveled to Minneapolis Minnesota for the National Show. It was attended by an entry of over 400 dogs participating in Agility, Obedience, Rally and Confirmation.
I took to the show a young hopeful boy named Cedar Creek Rise N Shine. He was in the baby class but did well by winning his Sweeps class out of a nice entry. In regular confirmation he made it through 2 cuts to the final selection. I am so pleased not only by this reconition but so proud of my boy who had not been exposed to all of this prior to the show.
The other dog I brought was Sugar N Spice. She has done well at speciality shows but needed just a few points to finish. With a bitch entry of 119 we were delighted beyond words to be awarded Winners Bitch to finish her Championship in style. A HUGE accomplishment for our small breeding program. Thank you to both Breeder Judges, Shelly Hodgkinson, Sweeps and Cindy Huggins Regular Confirmation
Above is Sugar N Spice with Breeder Judge Ms. Cindy Huggins who awarded Sugar Top Honors
Right: Our upcoming boy Cedar Creek Rise N Shine winning his National Sweeps Class under Breeder Judge
Cedar Creek Sugar N Spice
Wins BEST IN SHOW
In January we traveled to Mesa Arizona and was delighted to win Best In Show, Best Bred By, Best Blenheim, Best America Bred awarded from respected Toy Judge and Breeder Tony Allcock from the UK. So Thrilled as this was my first BIS with the CKCSC Club where quality dogs abound. Sugar N Spice was definatly on her best Sugar Sweet behavior this weekend.
Cedar Creek Sugar N Spice
In July we brought Sugar to her first AKC show and was rewarded with a 4 point Major, Best Opposite Sex and Best Bred by at the Columbia River Cavalier Speciality. Many thanks to breeder judge Lamont Yoder who has finished over 50 Champions. Such an honor to receive his nod of approval of our little Sugar.
Cedar Creek Briar Rose Finishes Championship
"Rosie" completed her championship points in June 2016, in style finishing with 4 Majors and 4 Best of Breed wins. She is co-bred with Kathi Ogle and sired by Kathi's boy Covington Hopjack. Thank you Rosy for not only adding another Champion to Cedar Creek but giving Kathi her first bred by Champion.
CKCSC National Show October 2015
Rosie wins Second Generation American Bred Class both Days. Judging was Breeder/Judge Veronica Hull from UK. So Proud of our little girl showing what the US is producing with our breeding program. Rosie is co-bred with Kathi Ogle.
Cedar Creek Nothing But Glitter
wins Best Puppy Girl in Atlanta May 8 and 9 2015
Honored to be choosen by Judges Tina Holmes and Elaine Whitley for Top puppy girl in competitive classes this last weekend. We call her Glitter and she is just like her name, she never stops wagging or greeting. So proud of this little girl.
Glitter Wins at the American Cavalier National Show
in North Carolina April 13,14
Glitter was awarded 1st in her Sweepstakes class of 22 by breeder Judge Sandra Harrison and 3rd in her large confirmation class by UK Judge Kevan Berry.
Cedar Creek Tally Ho, Finishes her Championship with 3 Majors
Tally in her 4th time out finished her Championship with a nice 5 Point Major at the Linn County show in Albany Oregon. Judge Elizabeth Mauthard awarded her Best of Winners and Best Opposite from the Bred by Class. So thrilled to add another homebred Champion to the list of Cedar Creek Champions. Tally loves to show which makes it fun for both of us.
Leo and Tally have a great weekend Dec 6 at the Willamette Toy Show and Clark county Kennel Club Show. Tally went Brest of Breed from the Bred By Class over Specials. An honor rarely given to girls, much less a Tri colored one. This was followed by another Win the following day for Winners Bitch awarded by Breeder Judge John Ioia. Leo also was Best of Winners picking up a Major win. So proud of them both.
Thank You Judge Chuck Winslow For Tally's Best of Breed and also to Judge Timothy Robbins For Leo's Major Win.
Our Girl Tally Ho began her show career and is off to a good start
Her first show was Whidbey Island Kennel Club in Monrow WA where she went Winners Bitch for a couple of points. On Dec 5th I took her to the Willamette Toy Show and she went WB one day and BOB from the BBE class over specials A win to remember for sure! This picture was taken while she sat on her grooming table getting ready to go in the ring.
Cedar Creek Ima Gem Wins Best Veteran in Show
Gemma, who will be 8 years old in January showed like she was half her age at the Cavaliers of Puget Sound Specialty this August. Our own Julia Sklar showed Gemma so I could sit ringside and enjoy seeing her strut her stuff. I am so blessed to have Gemma, and the wonderful offspring she has given us. It was a great day to celebrate. Here is a picture of Gemma and Julia along with our judge Siv Jendresen
Here we are afterward celebrating a wonderful win.
Kinvaar El Regalio " Leo" places at the National
April 22, 2014 I showed Leo at the American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel National Show in Harrisburg PA. There were 620 total entries, all Cavaliers. Two of the most competitive classes are Bred by and Open Blenheim. We were in the Open Blenheim class, made the cut and took home a second place finish. Normally I dont get excited about a second place but this show was the largest in history. So many nice dogs and very competitive. Sp pleased with how Leo did. A big thank you to our Judge Jeanie Montford from Austrialia who did a fabulous job weeding through so many dogs.
Kinvaar El Regalio joins Cedar Creek
We are so very proud and thrilled to have "Leo" join us here from Scotland. He has a wonderful temperment, health and type which is backed up by a fabulous pedigree. We are excited to see what influence Leo will bring to Cedar Creek. He will begin his show career this year. Leo was bred by Ms. Debbie Kerr, Kinvaar. We are so grateful to Debbie for giving us this opportunity and trusting us with her boy!
Our Home Bred Girl, Jewel
Earns Her CKCSC Championship Title.
Cedar Creek Isa Jewel takes another major in York PA to earn her CKCSC Championship and Best Bred By. Thank You to Judges Gill Baker, UK and Dale Martin, US for reconizing her qualities. After competing, Jewel snuggled into bed and enjoyed her new ribbon.
Winning her last major under US Judge Dale Martin in York PA
Jewel winning first Major
Jewel in Camel CA winning her 1st 4 pt Major under Judge Gill Baker, United Kingdom. This is an out of the ordinary show picture as it was taken on the last day. We were all tired, especially Jewel. She would not respond to the photographer so I stepped out, Gil held Jewel, we snapped the photo and my photographer Shelly Fields photoshoped me in :) Not your tipicall pose but I loved the look of all three of us so here it is.
Julia Sklar wins Best Junior with Jewel
at the supporting 2013 Nationals
I answered my phone one day to hear a young girl on the phone saying, "I really like dogs and was wondering if I could come visit you".
We made a time to meet which turned into a weekly meeting. Julia was just 13 years old at the time and shared my passion for dogs. Julia has learned alot over the last 4 years and is a huge help in handling puppies, helping with weekly grooming and shows. This win was particularly nice as it was in tough competition and was so well deserved. She has worked hard and I will forever be grateful for taking the time to know this extraordinary young women.