5 - 8 March 2020, The NEC Birmingham

Vulnerable breeds competition

The vulnerable breeds competition was launched in 2015. Each year the competition returns to the best in show ring to raise awareness of vulnerable British and Irish breeds. The competition recognises those people who are dedicated to the survival and prosperity of these breeds. To qualify for this competition, competitors must win a best of breed at one of the designated group championship shows.

 

Vulnerable British and Irish Breeds 2019

  • Bearded Collies
  • Bloodhounds
  • Cardigan Welsh Corgis
  • Clumber Spaniels
  • Curly Coated Retrievers
  • Dandie Dinmont Terriers
  • Deerhounds
  • English Setters
  • English Toy Terriers (Black and Tan)
  • Field Spaniels,
  • Glen of Imaal Terriers,
  • Gordon Setters
  • Irish Red & White Setters
  • Irish Water Spaniels
  • Irish Wolfhounds
  • Kerry Blue Terriers
  • King Charles Spaniels
  • Lakeland Terriers, Lancashire Heelers
  • Manchester Terriers
  • Mastiffs
  • Miniature Bull Terriers
  • Norwich Terriers
  • Otterhounds
  • Sealyham Terriers
  • Skye Terriers
  • Smooth Collies
  • Smooth Fox Terriers
  • Sussex Spaniels

 

Crufts judge

Vulnerable Breed Competition - Mr J Horswell

 

Vulnerable breeds qualified 2020

We will announce the finalists shortly.