A tale of top prizes for an eight year old at the Leverington Dog Show

14:51 26 August 2014

James Misson aged 8 winner at the Fun Dog show at Leverington.

James Misson aged 8 winner at the Fun Dog show at Leverington.

Copyright 2014 Jim Watt

An eight year old boy has blown judges away by winning a collection of prizes at the Leverington Dog Show.

James Misson aged 8 winner at the Fun Dog show at Leverington.James Misson aged 8 winner at the Fun Dog show at Leverington.

James Misson took along his father’s dogs and won the first prize in the best gun dog category with black Labrador Zen.

He won the first prize for a pedigree veteran with Zen and a second for young handler with Zen.

He got a reserve best in show with Zen and a third pedigree open with black Labrador Ozzie.

He won a third prize for waggiest tale with terrier Ratty and a fourth for toy utility with Ratty.

The show was held by Leverington Ringcraft Club,, a group dedicated to meeting up and enjoying fun dog training sessions.

It was organised to raise funds for Leverington Village Hall.


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