It has been a busy week of fixtures in some horrendous weather as the championships hot up.

Tuesday night was a trip to Wythop for the first time this season and ten seniors took to the trail which saw a one-two for Jonty and Evie Moore as Crazy continued her winning streak ahead of kennel-mate Escape with Ian Donaldson’s Miterdale Steel third.

The pups saw Acorn score for Reg Smith ahead of Janna Satterthwaite and Martin Burrow’s Thorn Blossom with Alan Little’s Huntsman in third place. The open maidens saw a victory for Brian and Joy Lister’s McCoy ahead of Ellie and Grace Napier’s Foxparke Golden Balls and Tanya Satterthwaite’s In the Red.

The veterans saw the first of two wins for Brian Graham and Shirley Crosland’s Tommy’s Legacy ahead of Smith’s Aspire and the Napiers’ Foxparke So Be It.

Wednesday saw a trial trail held at Carlisle where Paul Airey’s Meadow Josie won and from there it was on to Sandale where the weather deteriorated.

In the seniors, Huntsman’s Nimrod won comfortably for Denise Bland, Sophie Steele’s Miterdale Shadow led the chasing pack and Abram, McMaster and Taylor’s Rover was third.

The senior maidens saw Showbiz take victory for Andy Horn ahead of Thomas and Elizabeth Postlethwaite’s Dragonfly, with Lisa Whitfield’s Some Lad third. Bland’s Jenny’s Oracle took the pup trail ahead of Geoff Higgin’s Kinniside Jacko and James and Irving’s Overwater Sully.

Jenny Horn’s Spring Drifter won the open restricted ahead of Whitfield’s Black Legend and David Todhunter’s Bronco.

Saturday saw two meetings and first up was Redmain where Crazy won ahead of Stuart Jeyne’s Forlorn Spring with Ray and Glenis Farren’s Mystery Bound in third.

The puppy trail saw Acorn extend her championship lead ahead of Nicola McMaster’s Shotgun with Bill Mellon’s Cracking Last One third.

The open non-winners saw a win for Vic and Carol Harrison’s Celebration ahead of Some Lad and In the Red.

Open restricted saw Black Legend stroll to victory ahead of Abram, McMaster and Taylor’s Rhyme with the Farrens’ Mysterious third.

A trip to Shap was next where Bland’s Huntsman’s Major romped home ahead of Les and Pat Black’s Canny Mover with Ashley and Andy Horn’s Deepdale Flynn third.

Pup trail saw Bland have a double with Jenny’s Oracle taking the win ahead of Alec and Jackie Steele’s Oakbank Izzy with Vic and Carol’s Lillian third.

The open maidens saw Geoff and Barbara Jones’ Starlight win ahead of Malcolm and Ann Holmes’ Sultan and Norman and Lynn Brown’s Amber Bay in third.

The one restricted saw Russ and Wendy Dawson’s Queen storm ahead of Gordon Simpson’s Mr Blue Sky with Malcolm and Ann’s Stand By third.

Sunday was Grasmere Sports where the pups were first up and unfortunately void over time.

In the open restricted a one-two went to Victor and Christine Brownlee with Manna and Menorah with Joanna and Martin’s Thorn Dancer third.

The veterans saw a one-two for Brian Graham, Shirley Crosland and Julie Burkingshaw as Tommy’s Legacy took his second veteran victory of the week ahead of Dawn with Joanna and Martin’s Thorn Fire third.

The star trail of the day was the seniors which was won by Stanley and Carole Jackson and David Loan’s seven-year-old Bedazzled ahead of Bland’s Jenny’s Delight, with Chistine’s Marlou third.

Monday was the traditional Whitehaven Classic at Cold Fell.

The senior trail saw a Bland one-two with Huntsman’s Nimrod and Huntsman’s Major, with Canny Mover third.

The senior maidens brought delight for the Napiers as Foxparke Billy Elliot beat Denise Pears’ Hawkswood and the Napiers’ Foxparke Hooligan.

The pups saw Acorn beat Jenny’s Oracle and the Dawsons’ Adele.

The puppy maidens saw Graham Reid’s Our Man Mike ahead of Tony Jackson and Ian Rudd’s Kinniside Dan with Michelle Addison and David Clifford’s Eden Raya third.

The final trail was won by Queen to complete her tally in the grade ahead of Rover and Sweet Harmony.