I am fast learning that showing is not an easy task. I already knew it, but now I am experiencing it. I imported a female from the Czech Republic. Her AKC name is Saudi's Might Nove` Kasio. She was shown and received her championship. Her call name is Majda and she is shown in a picture on my first page of my website as well as picture here below.
My champion: MAJDA
FEMALE: Majda as a puppy and was entered in the show ring in 2015
Things you need to know when purchasing a yorkie puppy. Always look to see what both parents look like. Your breeder should be breeding only AKC registered yorkies to insure they are pure bred. CKC (Continental Kennel Club) should be avoided, as you never know what could be in the blood line or if you are getting pure bred dogs.
Please beware and don't always be swayed because your yorkie comes from champion bloodlines. Although, many show breeders show some beautiful dogs and do very well, it is still a political game they play. A good percentage of people who show their dogs will dye the coats and straight iron them to get the look that they want. Many show dogs are inbred over and over to get the "look" that the breeder is looking for. If line breeding is done carefully with an educated breeder, it is okay, but if overdone, it can present problems in future puppies.
If your puppy comes from a breeder who dyes and flat irons the coats, you could easily end up with a puppy with a bad cotton coat that turns very light silver and may be very very wavey and difficult to care for.
Do your homework. Know what you are getting. If your breeder's yorkies are all shaved down, it can be difficult to tell what kind of coats they truly have. As a breeder I totally understand and sympathize with having to care for all of those coats, but in reality, it is the best way to see what kind of coat the parents of your puppy have.