Crufts Dog Show 2022 results
Results 2022 Final Winners
After canceling the event in 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Crufts Dog Show returned in 2022 at the NEC Birmingham in England with Baxer the flat-coated retriever from the Gundog Group winning the Best in Show award.
The Best in Show award is the most prestigious award a dog can earn. The dogs begin by competing against other dogs of the same breed and age before moving on to being judged alongside various breeds and ages.
Here are the final results from Sunday’s action, per Birmingham Live’s David Bentley:
Winner: Baxer (Flat-Coated Retriever), Owner: Ms R & Mr P Ulin & Oware
Reserve: Gwendariff Come Fly with Me (Irish Setter), Owner: Mrs D Stewart-Ritchie
Third: Layways Van Winkle JW (Hungarian Vizsla), Owner: Miss E J Miles
Fourth: Coedcernyw Calendar Girl JW (Cocker Spaniel), Owner: Mr I & Mrs S Hillier
Winner: Siberiadrift Keep The Love for Zimavolk JW ShCM (Siberian Husky), Owner: Miss J Allen
Reserve: Black Star del Biagio (Alaskan Malamute), Owner: G Biagiotti
Third: Lanfrese Argento (Boxer), Owner Mr M Griffiths
Fourth: Cyberus Its All About Bertie for Womlu (Mastiff), Owner: Mr S & Mrs T Coulman-Hole
Winner: Ch Bottom Shaker The Greatest Picture (Old English Sheepdog), Owner: Mr Koroknai
Reserve: Ch Wyndstar Magic Marker (Australian Shepherd), Owner: Mrs K, Mrs D, Mr J & Mrs M Kirtley, Erdesz, Shaw
Third: Ch Nikara Diamond Dancer JW (Samoyed), Owner: Mrs V & and Mrs S A Freer & Smith
Fourth: Ch Frostice Makeover (Shetland Sheepdog), Owner: Mrs B Andersson
Winner: Turith Adonis (Irish Terrier), Owner: Mr J & Mr A Averis & Barker
Reserve: Northcote’s Isn’t That The Way (Lakeland Terrier), Owner: Mr F W Schoeneberg
Third: Rocabec Riding Shotgun (Bedlington Terrier), Owner: Mr & Mrs P Cumming
Fourth: Flanagan Limited Edition (Skye Terrier), Owner: Miss B Blahova
Winner: Waffle (Poodle), Owner: Mr T, Mr J, Mrs S & Mr J Isherwood, Lynn, Stone & Shaw
Reserve: Elvis The Amazing Boy del Tassino to Loyjean (Chow Chow), Owner: Mr W Mcnaught
Third: Ellemstra Against All Odds JW (Dalmation), Owner: Mrs E J & Mr C N Emmett & Simons
Fourth: Minarets Best Kept Secret (Miniature Poodle), Owner: Miss M Harwood
Winner: Royal Precious Jp’s F4 Conan (Yorkshire Terrier), Owner: Mrs Obama
Reserve: Tiny Fellow’s U Got the Look (Pomeranian), Owner: Miss C & Mr T Kristoffersen & Losen
Third: Leogem Winter Melody (Cavalier-King Charles Spaniel), Owner: Mr D & Mrs T Homes
Fourth: Limartine Mr Blue (Bichon Frise), Owner: Mrs.l A Mault
Winner: Ina’s Fashion Desirable (Greyhound), Owner: Mrs I Koulermou
Reserve: Creme Anglaise’s Irish Cream (Whippet), Owner: Mr J W & Mr K Akerboom & Van Der Schaaf
Third: Vaskurs Moni Maker Qiwidotter (Pharaoh Hound), Owner: Mr T & Mrs S Torres
Fourth: Forget-Me-Not V Tum-Tum’s Vriendjes (Basset Griffon Vendeen), Owner: Mrs A.n. Huikeshoven
Heelwork to Music
Here is this year’s Heelwork to Music winner. The performance was inspired by Disney’s Aladdin.
Roadrunners Beep Beep defeated the reigning champions, Focus, in the flyball final, setting a new record in the process.
Zest, a Border collie, won the 2022 Agility Competition with an incredible performance.
Day 3 winners in Utility and Toy groups
WINNER OF UTILITY: Poodle (Toy): Afterglow Agent Orange (Mr T, Mr J, Mrs S & Mr J Isherwood, Lynn, Stone & Shaw), known as Waffle
RESERVE: Chow Chow: Elvis The Amazing Boy del Tassino to Loyjean (Imp Che) (Mr W Mcnaught)
THIRD: Dalmatian: Ellemstra Against All Odds JW (Mrs E J & Mr C N Emmett & Simons)
FOURTH: Poodle (Miniature): Minarets Best Kept Secret (Miss M Harwood)
German Spitz (Klein): Longsdale’s Jen You Win JW ShCM (Mr D & Mr G Francis & Pearce)
Japanese Spitz: Charney Precious Gift for Kumiko Jww-15 JW ShCM (Mr R, Mrs K & Mrs A Aston & Bowen)
Shar Pei: Witchgait Just One Slice JW (Miss S E Sutherland)
Tibetan Spaniel: Souska I Need Your Love (Mr R Lemon)
WINNER OF TOY
Yorkshire Terrier: Royal Precious Jp’s F4 Conan (Mrs Obana), known as Conan
Pomeranian: Tiny Fellow’s U Got The Look Sew-19 Dkw-18 Kbhw-18 Nw-17 Njw-17 Jww-17 (Miss C & Mr T Kristoffersen & Losen)
THIRD: Cavalier-King Charles Spaniel: Leogem Winter Melody (Mr D & Mrs T Homes)
FOURTH: Bichon Frise: Limartine Mr Blue (Mrs.l A Mault)
Bolognese: Kaylo Van Het Balgzand ShCM (Miss K A Golden)
Coton De Tulear: Cotonkiss Penny from Heaven at Mopseycoton (Mrs J & Mr M Pearman & Vinaccia)
Havanese: Imperio from Bohemia Land (Mrs M Septier – Garreau)
Italian Greyhound: Littlebriton Winter Is Here (Miss J E Doherty)
King Charles Spaniel: Baldragon Shoots He Scores (C Bowles-Robinson)
The 2020 winners
And here’s a reminder of the 2020 winners from the last time the show was on. There was no Crufts in 2021.
WINNER OF UTILITY: Ch Minarets Best Kept Secret (Poodle Miniature), Owner: MISS M HARWOOD
RESERVE: Ch Dawin All The Buzz (Poodle Standard), Owner: MRS L CAMPBELL
THIRD: Ch Kaga No Shouji Go Sapparo Kagasou Vormond (Japanese Shiba Inu), Owner: MISS M S DUNHILL-HALL
FOURTH: Ch Chelmbull The Aviator (French Bulldog), Owner: MISS A, MR D, MR A & MRS L CUND & HARROP
Note that there was no bulldog in the Utility breeds judging because it was not put through after vets found a skin infection.
WINNER OF TOY: Ch Regina Bichon You Rock My World At Pamplona (Bichon Frise), Owner: MESSRS M & R COAD & SMITH
RESERVE: Doma Fortuna Re Del Ritmo (Havanese), Owner: MS Y & MR T DOBROCZEK & DOBROCZEK
THIRD: Aphienna A Million Dreams (Chihuahua Long Coat), Owner: MRS H MURPHY
FOURTH: Ch Florita Tueletta (Italian Greyhound), Owner: MISS H M LISTER
The Kennel Club, which organises Crufts, has this year banned all entries from Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.
In addition, The Kennel Club Charitable Trust has been spearheading a dramatic UK fundraising drive at Crufts this week to send much-needed supplies to animals and their owners facing starvation and death in animal shelters, and to those who have been forced to flee their homes in Ukraine.
The money raised from the Ukraine appeal will be sent to the international dog organisation, the FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale) – which is in a position to help those in need in Ukraine and neighbouring countries, through its network of Kennel Clubs on the ground. The FCI fund, Solidarity for Ukraine, will help to provide vital medicines, food and transport for the tends of thousands of animals in Ukraine, or those who have escaped with their families to neighbouring countries.
The Kennel Club and The Kennel Club Charitable Trust created a starting fund of £50,000 and donations from those showing their dogs and from Breed Clubs and visitors – just two days into Crufts – have swelled the fund by a further £25,000, with donations continuing to flood in.
Mark Beazley, Chief Executive of The Kennel Club, said: «The Kennel Club has been shocked and horrified by events in Ukraine, so we set up this fundraising appeal to try to get funds where they are needed, as soon as possible. Crufts has been a fantastic chance to reach dog lovers up and down the country with everybody, from those competing and on stands around the show, to visitors and those watching Crufts on the TV at home, really opening their hearts to show solidarity for those people and their animals in Ukraine, who are in desperate need.»