BAF 2010 (the 59th!) was a success on 1st August at Darwin...especially as Sherridan’s Calico Fantail won Champion of Champions Coldwater
Here is Sherridan receiving his award from Alan White of FNAS - the full story was in the NGPS Newsletter
The 51st NGPS OS was held Sept.11th and this Oranda won BinS by Andrew Barton of AMGK
Richard Rizzotti received the Golden Anniversary award for Best Progress this year - full story in NGPS Newsletter
Auction of members’ fish
Special charity auction
2011 OS Prizes and the winning fishes
Best in Show
Best Common Goldfish
Best Black Moor
Best Bubble-eye and Best Celestial Goldfish
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Showtime at the NGPS….2011
Photos from our 2012 Open Show
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Sherridan won Best in Show
with this Common Goldfish
The AMGK Ruby Anniversary Open Show took place on Saturday 28th June 2014
Guess who collect all the top prizes? Yes, Sherridan and his Common Goldfish….
Richard’s Ryukin and Oranda got Firsts too
It was AMGK’s 40th Anniversary, so they celebrated with Commemorative Awards for
1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th and handed out
Certificates of Appreciation to many members of NGPS as well as AMGK.
Dean Roberts and David Padfield won Firsts too.
There were nine Judges (who included Sherridan and Dean) and all worked to Nationwide Standards.
It was announced at the OS that the Nationwide Committee would hold their first Open Show on Saturday 27th
September 2014, at Weston Favell Parish Hall, Booth Lane South, Northampton NN3 3EP.
2014 - Our 37th Annual Open Show
Setting up - there were 175 aquariums to house the 200 Goldfish brought by members of the Nationwide Societies
Arranging the Plaques and Awards
Judging to Nationwide Standards
More photos of the winners and their Firsts in some of the 64 Classes
For the results and who owns these winning fishes go to page 11 and click 2014
Every First, Second and Third also received products kindly donated
by Aquarian and FishScience
The Nationwide Open Show took place 27th September 2014 in Northampton.
There were 204 Entries in the 57 Classes.
Best Exhibit was by Pat Davies
Best Single Adult Fish was by Brian Parkin
Best Single Baby Fish Bred 2014 was by Alex King
Best Breeders Team Bred 2014 was by Pat Davies
For all winner results go to Page 11
Here are members of NGPS, AMGK, NEGS & BAS installing their goldfish in the Show tanks at Weston Favell Parish Hall. A full report can be read in the November 2014 Newsletter (on this website). The same venue will be used for the 2015 OS on September 26th 2015. But before then will be the AMGK OS on Saturday 20th June, NEGS on Sunday 19th July, BAS on Sunday 6th September and ours on Saturday 12th September.
The 2015 Open Shows
Judging at the AMGK OS on 20th June.
More photographs and a full report can
be read in the July 2015 Newsletter (on
this site). It was also reported on the
Practical Fishkeeping monthly’s website
(under Club News).
Judging the 15th NEGS OS on
July 19th. Sherridan, Alan
Ratcliffe, Richard Rizzotti, David Padfield, Dean Roberts and Craig Clinton all won awards.
A full report will be in the August 2015 Newsletter.
The 2nd Nationwide Open Show for the Goldfish Societies was on the 26th September 2015. Full details will be in the October Newsletter.
Meanwhile..here are photos from the Show…we did quite well….
Judging the Bristol Aquarist Association Open Show on 6th September at Whitehall.
Again, see the Newsletters for
a full report.
Judging our Open Show on 12th September at Stretford.
Again, see the Newsletters for
a full report.
Best in Show was a Wakin
by Ian Millden
Best photograph was this splendid picture by Richard Rizzotti
16 tanks of member-bred Goldfish were auctioned by Pat Davis
There was also a Tombola and guess the numbers in a bottle - plus ‘name that doll’ (being blown-up here by Sherridan!)
Hot & cold food and soft drinks all day…in the picnic area a TV showed videos by President Bill Ramsden and Vice President David Ford
Fish that won a First
The Judges pointing the 165 entries
Sherridan presented the prizes and here
congratulates Dean on his Firsts
Alan Ratcliffe won Best in Show with his London Shubunkin
The Guppy people will have Leg 4 at the
Nationwide OS in Telford too.
Alan (with Londons, of course)
won two 1sts.
David Padfield won a First with a matched pair of Bristol Shubunkins.
The Bristol Aquarist Society held their annual Open Show in The Manor Hall, Coalpit Heath, Bristol
on Sunday 4th September - for the last time. Next year they are moving to the Hengrove
Community Centre on Fortfield Road, Hengrove, Bristol BS14 9NX.
his BinS Trophy from
Peter Lloyd, the son
of Stan Lloyd, an ex-
President of BAS. Stan passed away
last February and this
was the club’s tribute
to him for many years
of past service.
Neil Colman (BAS) ran their famous Auction - there were 69 Lots of home-bred fish selling for £10 to £20 for a shoal of 3 to 6. The top seller- at £70 - was Bob Jones’s trio
of Bristol Shubunkins…popular for their excellent breeding-line shape and colour….
Held as always at St Matthews Hall, Stretford. There were 126 entries and 9 lots
of home-bred Fancy Goldfish were auctioned.
In addition to the AMGK website the show is featured in the Practical
Fishkeeping website (under News).
There were 160 entries and 19 lots for the Auction of home=bred Fancy Goldfish.
There was free hot beverages for the early arrival visitors (thanks Abby and Alan).
At Lunch time there was Hot Pot and assorted puddings available at £5 (thanks to
St Matthews Church). The Judges & Show Sec. were fed too
VP David Ford gave a lecture on ‘The History of the Aquarium’.
The Trophies were handed out by President Bill with samples of Aquarian and FishScience Foods.
Craig Clinton won the most Firsts and his
daughter Millie (now an honorary Junior
Member) collected all his awards.
Sherridan and Dean won Firsts.
VP David Ford won a First for the first time! With his Comet Goldfish.
Richard Rizzotti and David Padfield won Firsts too.
Garry Malpas always wins a First.
Visitor Jackie Pedley won several
First too. She should join us!
Just a few of those winning fishes
All agreed it was a really excellent Open Show.
Now we will meet again at the Nationwide.
Saturday 24th September at Telford - if you
can’t make it, read all about it on this
website. Later: see below ….
The splendid prizes at the Nationwide Open Show.
The 4th in the series, September 30th 2017 at Telford.
There was also a special Show by the Fancy Guppy Society. Here are their judges.
For more Photos and results, see the NGPS Newsletter for October 2017 - it is on this website.
Photos from our 2011 Show
This is the page limit for publication - the Show Show Page for 2018 forward is now the next page - Show Page 2