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This website is devoted to the promotion of purebred Agouti Cavies (Guinea Pigs) - their care, breeding, development and exhibition. Membership of the National Agouti Cavy Club is open to anyone worldwide who shares these interests.


NOTE - NEW ADDRESS

Steve Davies, 1 Overdale, Llynclys, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 8AE  agoutimail@aol.com.

FOR MEMBERSHIP COSTS & INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO THE MEMBERSHIP PAGE

As you will see on these pages, you don't have to be a UK member to get your photos on THE BEST AGOUTI WEBSITE IN THE WORLD, so come on join today and get your top winning pigs and country seen here!

Updated 29 June & 3 July: Photo Gallery 2014 (Wyevern & NACC SS); Roll of Honour (Champ Cert; Results 2014 - Wyevern); Home Page (Title Collage, Latest News, New Member); Points Comp 2014

Last Updated 20 July: Home Page (New Secretary Address) 

Check the Photo Galleries regularly for the latest pictures!

To go straight to the 2014 Photo Gallery click HERE




FIRST CINNAMON NACC SS BIS TRIUMPH SINCE THE SASS - WESSEX 1990

BEST IN SHOW

Tickety Boo Stud's Cinnamon adult sow 'Candy'

There was an excellent entry of 76 for Judge Emma Whitcombe.



Club Champion

Pam Gardner recieves a Club Champion Certificate on behalf of hubby John (Tickety Boo Stud) from NACC Secretary Steve Davies.

Champion being their Cinnamon sow 'Pop'.

This is the first Champion claimed/awarded by the Club for a number of decades, congratulations.



BEST IN SHOW

Steve Davies' Lemon 5-8 boar 'Pickle'

There was a good entry of 59 for Judge Rex Matthews.

Photo:
Lyndon Nowell



BEST IN SHOW

Steve Davies' Golden Agouti Adult Boar 'Ollie'



Photo:
Rex Matthews


BIS Line up
(R-L)

1. Lemon U/5 sow
2. Golden Adult Boar
3. Silver 5-8 sow


All Steve Davies



BEST IN SHOW

Simon Neesam's Lemon boar


(See Photo Gallery 2014 for many more photos)



Bradford Championship Show 2014 attracted a good entry of 699. It proved to be another good year for the Agouti winning all 3 Marked & Ticked sections and hence being 3 of the 9 exhibits up for BIS. However the 36 year wait for an Agouti BIS continued when Andrew Sparkes Brindle Aby 5-8 boar took the honours under BIS Judge David Oulton, just pipping Steve Davies' Silver Agouti U/5 boar into the Runners Up spot.

BIS Runner Up

Steve Davies'
Silver Agouti U/5 boar


Photo:
Lyndon Nowell



SHOW OF THE YEAR!

Real London was a real cracker and proved as hoped the show of the year with a fantastic entry of 889 Cavies, hopefully that magic 1000 isn't too far away.

Also shown were mice, hamsters & gerbils with a lovely Chinchilla display.
The Show also attracted many International visitors (with some exhibiting) hope you return next year.


RECORD ENTRY

Judge
Simon Neesam

This year saw a fantastic record entry of 92, the most since the 90 at the Millenium Show. The entry was made of YSS 40; Support 49; Unrecognised 3.

Real London, Simon and all the 20 exhibitors must be thanked in helping make this possible.

Best in Show: Steve Davies' Lemon sow.



We would like to welcome new Club Members:
Tina Fredslund (Denmark); Michele Tricker (Essex); Mrs E. Schofield (Oldham, Lancashire); Suzanne Shurety (Essex); Gill Elding (Preston)

Visit the Agouti Forum for all things Agouti
http://agouti-cavy-club.proboards.com/index.cgi


Pete Holdaway silveragoutis@aol.com.

We want to keep this website as useful and topical as possible and welcome comments, suggestions and contributions of material from members and non-members. 


All photos are by Steve Davies unless otherwise stated (or unknown).


Thanks to Steve Davies for providing, as well as most of the photos, many articles and other written material from the archives; Beth Holdaway and Amy Heale for technical consultancy; Madelaine Coomber for old yearbooks and cuttings from the Margaret Elward archive; Emma Whitcombe & Lyndon Nowell for further photos.