Best In Show Winner



Cher in the Challenge Bitch lineup at the 5th BC National.  Photo by V Koon.
Cher in the Challenge Bitch lineup at the 5th BC National. Photo by V Koon.



Born: 2 February 2019

Cher is an exciting new addition to the team in 2019, and this pocket rocket has certainly made her mark on the show scene! She is co-owned with and prepared, campaigned and very much adored by Nadia, Jason & Mel (and Jenni) Attridge of Classicyds Border Collies & JRTs in Queensland and we are so proud of all they have accomplished thus far; Best In Show (All Breeds Open Show), Multiple Class In Show wins at All Breeds and Specialty level, National Specialty class winner and easily gaining her Australian Championship title all before her first birthday!  We can't wait to see what the future holds for this amazing girl! Cher has been DNA Profiled, is hip & elbow scored and has full dentition.

5th BC National 2019: Opposite Minor Puppy In Show

Multiple Best In Group (Open Show) wins

Multiple Class In Group & In Show winner

  • Best In Show & Multiple Best In Group (All Breeds - Open Show)
  • Intermediate In Show & Best Gaited (BCCQ September 2020)
  • Minor Puppy In Show (BCCQ August 2019) under Lorraine Warren-Powell (Tuckonie BCs)
  • 1st Place Minor Puppy Bitch & Opposite Minor Puppy In Show (5th Australian Border Collie National, NSW 2019) under Heidi Poschacher (Borderline Country BCs)
  • Multiple Class In Show & Multiple Class In Group (All Breeds) winner
  • Australian Championship Title gained at 11 months of age!

Cher has taken time out of the ring in 2021 to welcome her first litter of puppies to the world, and we are excited to follow the progress of these special Classicyds additions!


Critique from the August 2019 Border Collie Club of Qld judge Mrs Lorraine Warren-Powell (Tuckonie BCs) reads: "A very feminine bitch with lovely dark features with good head planes, ears semi-erect & very mobile, well placed stop with good eye colour & shape and obliquely set, muzzle of good length. Neck well-muscled & long fitting into well laid back shoulder, forequarter of good length & angles, fore chest is of good width & stands true when viewed from the front. Good topline not lost on the move, rear angulation balanced with no exaggeration. Croup/tail set in proportion to body, coat of good texture. A very confident youngster, impressed on the move, very good reach & drive, true coming and going." Cher was Best Minor Puppy In Show!

Critique from the 5th Border Collie National 2019 judge Mrs Heidi Poschacher (Borderline Country BCs) reads: "Eight months old black-white top quality bitch with very good pigment, very good frame and body, lovely expression, medium set ears, a bit receding skull and the correct bite is not complete, but could not resist her movement and the presentation on the move with the shape kept so well and the brilliant will to gait." Cher was awarded Opposite Minor Puppy In Show!