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 Post subject: Best in Show and/or section winners.
PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:42 pm 
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I noticed this post was dated October 2010, it seems a pity there haven't been any more pics put up. I for one, would love to see the current winning mice.


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there were a lot more but most became cluttered with off topic discussion and have been removed ,the last one needs archiving but it would have left the topic empty.I'm going to start some updated ones ,firstly with my own varieties and secondly with winners owned by other exhibitors (with their permission)The threads will be a pictorial rather than a discussion as all the standards are available from the club and direct contact with actual breeders via email,shows or the good old telephone is probably best.Not got time this weekend but I'm planning to make a start next weekend.


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SarahC, that is wonderful. :) This is exactly why I've wanted to join the NMC (even though I'm in the US). Just to see what the real mice visually look like, who are winning in their varieties. Although, I'm also interested in the judges notes. (Like good attributes, not so good attributes of the mice. I think they said those are published in the newsletter.) To have a pictorial archive of past winners would be an amazing reference. It's difficult to visualize from written standards, the occasional old post or reference you stubble across, and text only.

Thanking you in advance. :D ,
Zanne


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I'd be really interested in those topics, Sarah. :D
Agreed, ThatCertainGlow, I also have difficulty visualizing from text.


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That sounds great SarahC, there seem to be quite a lot of new members recently, so this should be of interest.

Thanks.


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Great,it shall be resurrected then.I'll alter the title to Best in Show or section winner (equivalent of best of breed)I think because some varieties are less likely to win BIS than others even if they excel and will therefore be excluded from the thread .I wonder as well whether it would be useful to widen the thread to non UK winners as long as they've been shown under the countries official club and the picture states the country as official standards vary?


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if anyone else gets pictures of winning varieties that already have a thread going feel free to add them on providing permission from the owner has been granted if it isn't yours.


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SarahC wrote:
if anyone else gets pictures of winning varieties that already have a thread going feel free to add them on providing permission from the owner has been granted if it isn't yours.


I've got a Best Marked and Best Op Age marked with dutch ( Black and Chocolate from West Country....think it was when i stewarded for you for the first time).



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Thanks so much. I'm loving your posts, Sarah.



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moustress wrote:
Thanks so much. I'm loving your posts, Sarah.



great,I'm enjoying sharing to.


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