The Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Association of Canada

Trophies

THE HOLWEIT CHALLENGE TROPHY

A bronze study of Ch. Holweit’s Robin The Bank, mounted on an Oak base, to be awarded to the Best of Breed Winner at the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Association of Canada’s National Specialty. The winner will be presented with a Commemorative Study. For permanent possession the trophy shall be won six times by the same owner, not necessarily with the same dog. The trophy is to remain in the possession of Sylvia and Bill Hamilton or their designate until retired.

BEST CANADIAN BRED IN SPECIALTY

Maureen Holmes Trophy, 16 inch sterling silver revere bowl, will be awarded to the Best Canadian-Bred in Specialty. A rosette will also be offered. A donation to the AKC/CHF Health Fund will be made by the donors, Emily Holden and Carol Carlson in the name of the owner and the dog. For permanent possession, the trophy must be won five times by the same owner, not necessarily with the same dog. The trophy will remain in the possession of Carol Carlson or her designate until retired.

THE TYRONE BEST OF WINNERS TROPHY

A Wheaten bronze mounted on a maple base, to be awarded to the SCWT placed as Best of Winners at the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Association of Canada’s National Specialty. The winner will be presented with a Commemorative keeper trophy. For permanent possession the trophy shall be won six times by the same owner. The trophy is to remain in the possession of Lana Campbell and John Slack or their designate until retired.

THE MYSHAWNS WHEATEN AMBASSADOR AWARD

The Myshawns Wheaten Ambassador Award is offered annually by the SCWTAC through the generosity of Margaret Stewardson (Myshawns Wheatens) in Memory of “Shawnie”. The award is presented to the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier from those proposed that best meets the criteria for this award as selected by a committee of three individuals chaired by Margaret Stewardson. The committee will include as a minimum one member of the SCWTAC board. The award will be presented at the AGM/Dinner held in conjunction with the National Specialty.

Eligibility: To be considered for this award a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier must be proposed in writing by a member of the SCWTAC. The proposed dog must also be owned by a SCWTAC member and be registered with the CKC.

Proposed candidates will be accepted up to 4 weeks prior to the date of the National Specialty in the year of the award.

Criteria: Dogs from all countries are eligible providing they are registered with the CKC and owned by a member of the SCWTAC. A minimum of 3 titles must have been achieved from different areas of competition (i.e. conformation, obedience, pet therapy, agility, etc). The level of difficulty of each title will be evaluated and rated accordingly. Involvement in community activities will be a major consideration. To propose a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier for the current year, submit name of proposed dog and owner along with copies of CKC registration and all titles received and a resume of the dog’s accomplishments not to exceed 500 words:

THE MYSHAWNS WHEATEN AMBASSADOR AWARD

c/o Margaret Stewardson, 83 Newton Crescent, Regina SK S4S 2V9

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Canadian Kennel Club
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American Kennel Club
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Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America
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SCWT Club of Great Britain
www.wheaten.org.uk
Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club
www.iscwtclubireland.com