The Northern Bullmastiff Club holds 2 breed shows a year an Open show and a Championship show.
The February show is an Open show and is usually held on the same day as the club members Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM will commence after the completion of the Open show judging but not before 1pm and all members are invited to attend.
The November show is our Championship show, the last breed club show of the year, and one of the last chances for exhibitors of the breed to qualify for Crufts which is held in March of the following year.
To enter your Bullmastiff you can download a schedule or enter online via Fosse Data - please click here for details.
Alternatively you can request a schedule from the club secretary via our contact page.
I grew up with a lifelong passion for all things horsey, whether it be horse racing, point to pointing, show jumping etc.
I first came across the Bullmastiff in the early 1990's, I bought Agar to join our Rottweiler Floyd (the original) and have always had one since.
As you get older you don't bounce so well, so I was looking for another interest, as they say the rest is history. We started looking for a puppy and came to the Northern Bullmastiff Club Championship Show 2009 to have a look, it didn't put us off, we got Floyd (the 2nd), not the best Bullmastiff, but he was sound & loved showing.
By this point we had the bug and 6 months later we got Rox, who was my foundation bitch, she gave me my 1st RCC. Coy (my Big Bopper son) came along 6 months later and gave me my first Best in Show at Newark Showground in 2012.
I have bred or owned 4 dogs who have gained their Studbook number, won CC, RCC & gained a Junior Warrant, won 2 classes at Crufts, qualified for the Junior Warrant Competition Semi Finals at Discover Dogs, won a Puppy Group 2 at Darlington Championship Show and 4 Best in Show at Open Show Level.
I look forward to being given the privilege of being able to go over your dogs.
Liz Beal (Emsuart)