The 11th Eukanuba World Challenge returned to Crufts in 2019 for the second time. The competition saw up to 60 of the world's top champion dogs competing for the title of Eukanuba World Challenge Champion.
The winner was Plant Waves Forever Young Daydream Believers from Belgium. For more information on this event click below.Find out more about the finalists
Spike, an English Toy Terrier owned by Richard Forsythe and Clive Milkins from Brighton, won the Junior Warrant Winner of the Year competition final at Crufts 2019 yesterday (Thursday 7th March), handled by Richard. Click below to find out more about this competition.Read more about the competition
Angie Allan whose team comprised Champion Allmark The Sequel JW ShCM handled by Angie, Champion Allmark Forty Second Street at Wilduc JW ShCM handled by Dave Wilson, Champion Allmark Licensed To Thrill handled by Pete Simmons and Champion Allmark Vanity Fayre JW ShCM handled by Robyn Arnall, won the ultimate breeder’s title with their team of Australian Shepherds in front of a packed Resorts World Arena at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday 8thMarch. The team beat 32 other breeders to win the competition.Read more about the competition
Barney [Ch Brakemill Barnum ShCM], a 7-year-old Skye Terrier owned by Jane Curtis from Kidderminster, Worcestershire, won the grand final of the Kennel Club Vulnerable British and Irish Breeds competition at Crufts on Thursday 7th March 2019. To find out more about the competition, click below.Discover more about the Vulnerable Breeds Competition
The prestigious Champion stakes final returns to the Crufts Best in Show ring. Over 20 dogs will compete to be crowned EUKANUBA Champion Stakes winner. Champions have qualified by winning heats at General Group Championship shows in 2018 and Manchester 2019.Click here to find out more about the finalists
The longest standing Stakes competition returns to the Crufts Best in Show ring once again. Once again sponsored by Eukanuba, the competition will see 20 puppies competing to win the title EUKANUBA Pup of the Year. Puppies have qualified by winning an overall heat at a General Group Championship show in 2018 and Manchester 2019.Click here to find out more about the finalists
The Kennel Club Accredited Instructors Scheme (KCAI Scheme) recognises and promotes dog training instructors, who have undertaken to abide by the scheme’s code of practice which has the welfare, care and needs of the dog at heart. The KCAI Trainer of the Year award recognises the outstanding talents of dog training instructors, who are members of the KCAI Scheme.Click here to find out more about the finalists