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All judges passed Print E-mail
Friday, 14 June 2013 21:34

All judges for the Windsor Show have now been passed by the Kennel Club.

2013 entry figures Print E-mail
Sunday, 09 June 2013 18:16

Windsor Show is pleased to announce that, despite the loss of CCs in two numerically strong breeds – Afghan and Basset Hounds – this year’s entry has maintained the same level as last :


8,571 Dogs making 10,456 Entries, 16 more entries with just 6 fewer dogs


A very big thank you to all our exhibitors and we wish everybody a successful show in 2013. May the summer ‘Garden Party Show’ be blessed with pleasant summer weather.


Please see the Show Info section for more details of entries, along with information on judging order.

Online entries extended Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 19:36

Online Windsor entries have been extended by one week to Wednesday 29th May. There's no additional charge for entries made after the original published closing date. Please go to www.dog.biz and follow the link to Windsor Show.

Polish Lowland Sheepdogs and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels - change of judge Print E-mail
Monday, 06 May 2013 20:46

Owning to the ill health of Mrs Doreen Furzland, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs will now be judged by Ms A. King.


Also, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels (Bitches) will now be judged by Mrs S. Korn, subject to KC approval.

Sponsorship news Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 March 2013 22:26


Windsor Dog Show Society are pleased announce that in addition to following Stakes Class sponsors, whom we thank for their continued and most generous sponsorship :-


  • Royal Canine for Veteran and Special Beginners;
  • The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme;
  • Pro Plan/Dog World Puppy Stakes – a heat of the “Pup of the Year” Competion (see page 14 of schedule)
  • Eukanuba Champion Stakes – a heat of the Eukanuba Champion Stakes Competition (see IFC of schedule)

We welcome :-


  • Petplan returning as sponsors of the Junior Stakes Classes (see page 2 of schedule)
  • Dog World as sponsors of the Brace Stakes Classes.

Remember also The Kennel Club Breeder’ Competion. Enter on the day with no charge, and supported by Agria in association with Our Dogs (see page 10 of schedule).


2013 Windsor schedules now available on-line, at Championship Shows and by post Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 March 2013 22:21

The full schedule for Windsor Championship Dog Show 2013 is now available on the Higham Press website and entries can be made on Dog.Biz website.


Schedules can be obtained by post from the Windsor Dog Show Secretary, 13 Rennets Close, Eltham, London, SE9 2NQ. Please enclose a self addressed and stamped envelope large enough to take an A5 schedule. Additionally they can be requested by telephone on 020 8556 6607 or 020 8850 5321 (no calls after dark, thank you) or by fax request to 020 8850 5205. Also you can email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - please put "Schedule" in the address line and include your full address including Post Code in standard envelope format in the message.


Schedules will be available for collection from the distribution points from the usual stands at Championship Dog Shows.

2012 - Results and Winners' photos Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 August 2012 18:22

Pictures of Best in Show and Group winners are now available to view in our Pictures section. Full results are available in our Results section.

Windsor's Royal Celebration - the 2012 Show Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 August 2012 16:06

The 62nd Windsor Championship dog show was once again held in the idyllic setting of the Home Park – the Queen’s back garden. With the backdrop of Windsor Castle the scene was set for a royal jubilee event. Flags were flown, the national anthem was played and some of the ladies of the committee wore very fetching shirts with a sparkling Corgi embossed on the front.


On the secretary’s table was a framed reply from the Queen to a message that Windsor society had sent her on the occasion of her jubilee.


The championship show was two years old when Queen Elizabeth came to the throne and the society certainly made the most of this historic year with lots of specials and prizes, there was even ‘her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Junior Stakes’ with excellent prize money.


It’s one of my favourite shows of the year for its ‘hazy, lazy days of summer’ feeling with Pimm’s as almost a tradition as well as the summer party. Although I know it rains occasionally, my memory tells me it is the most sun-soaked show of the summer. Of course it isn’t always, but it just evokes memories of Catherine and Beefy Sutton standing outside in the brilliant sunshine surveying the showground.


Grateful thanks to Pam Blay and Dog World for the above opening to her show report.

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