Venue: Loseley Park, Compton, Guildford GU3 1HY
Judge: Mr David Shields (Wilholme)
Entries: 99 making 99
Best Of Breed: Brumberhill Back T'future
BCC: Smalesmouth Skylark
Best Puppy: Benattivo Fire Flower
Entries: 1 Absentees: 0
1st - Borderella Day Tripper JW ShCM (Mrs P South)
Good size with a very workmanlike appearance. Pleasing head and eye, straight front standing on good legs and feet, firm topline and a well set on tail. Good coat and pelt, very sound on the move with pleasing reach and drive.
Entries: 3 Absentees: 0
1st - Etterbern Sloane Ranger (Mr L Reynolds & Miss S Marston - Pollock)
Promising young man who presents a very typical appearance. Good head shape with a keen expression, very clean over the neck and shoulders, pleasing body shape and well developed hindquarters. Moved soundly both fore and aft, BPD.
2nd - Awbrooksky Enforcer (Mr R & Miss L Goddard)
Pleasing sort but not as forward as the winner on the day. Well balanced and of overall good make and shape. Typical in head with a good dark eye, pleasing front assembly and the best of quarters. Once he got into his stride moved well.
3rd - Cedarhill Authorisation (Mrs J Alpe)
Entries: 1 Absentees: 0
1st - Benattivo Gun Fire At Rubyfin (Mrs S J Channer)
Well made youngster, good size and of pleasing confirmation throughout. Best of heads with a good eye and neat ears. Good reach of neck set in well placed shoulders, excellent coat and pelt, racy hindquarters and sound on the move.
Entries: 6 Absentees: 0
1st - Brumberhill Back T'future (Mr S A Mcpherson)
Beautifully made, stunning outline and built on clean and flowing lines but still has that appearance of a ‘ working terrier’ that the standard asks for. Good head, eye and expression, one of the best fronts on the day, firm topline that he holds on the move and strong well muscled quarters. Put down in excellent jacket and condition, soundest of movers, CC & BOB.
2nd - Mysulan Going Solo (Mrs S J Baxter)
Another very promising youngster but not quite as mature as the winner but has time on his side. Pleasing head with good strength of muzzle, excellent legs and feet, good body shape and racy hindquarters. Very positive on the move with good reach and drive.
3rd - Brackenfell Raggamuffin (Mr C Hall & Miss L Ellis)
Res - Tufterslodge Tea For Two (Ms J M Woollacott)
VHC - Chatmoss Bullet Tooth Tony (Miss J Hughes & Mr M J L Kendrick)
Entries: 2 Absentees: 1
1st - Dandyhow Galloping Gourmet JW (Mrs K Irving)
Liked the make and shape of this young man, very well balanced and another who presents a very typical outlook. Best of heads with a keen alert expression. Very clean over the neck and shoulders, straight front, pleasing topline and tailset and well developed quarters. Good coat and pelt, moved soundly, Res.CC.
Entries: 4 Absentees: 0
1st - Rhozzum Gwilym (Mrs M Sharp)
Dog you need to get your hands on to appreciate his many virtues. Good size and definitely looks like he could do a days’ work. Pleasing head shape with a very typical expression, scores in neck and shoulders, firm body and best of hindquarters. So sound on the move with excellent side gait.
2nd - Onthill Aramis (Mr R & Mrs A Ramus)
Pleasing sort of overall good make and shape and nicely balanced throughout. Good head and eye, well made front assembly, firm topline, good tail shape and nicely rounded quarters. Moved out well but not as positive in front movement as the winner.
3rd - Orangebox Dark Energy (Mr M & Mrs T Anscombe)
Res - Colourbox Flint Knapper Over Swingwing (Mrs G & Mr & Mrs G Cove Print & Fordham)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 0
1st - Raleniro Second Time Around (Mr M J & Mrs D A Lorraine & Miss P Thomas)
A very sound honest dog of good size and very pleasing to go over. Best of heads with a good dark eye and keen expression, neat ears, good legs and feet, thick pelt, pleasing tail and strong hindquarters. Soundest of movers with good reach and drive.
2nd - Clipstone Starshine (Miss E & Mrs J Jackson)
Another who appealed greatly for his overall balance and breed type. Very well made throughout and presented in tip top condition. Good head shape, strong muzzle, muscular neck set in well placed shoulders, firm body with good strength of loin. Very positive on the move.
3rd - Question Master (Mrs S Waller)
Res - Otterwood Caius JW ShCM (Mr M J & Mrs J M Hollingsbee)
VHC - Manorborders Maverick By Tyrian (Mrs K Dean)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 2
1st - CH Brackenfell Bok To Bach JW (Mr C Hall & Miss L Ellis)
Very worthy champion who I did well as a youngster. Pleasing make and shape and presented in hard muscular condition. Good head and eye, very clean over the neck and shoulders, good body shape with a pleasing topline and tailset. Moved well but felt on the day he was not as positive in front action as the top winners.
2nd - CH Ottaswell Palamedes (Mr D & Mrs G M Hunt)
Another very good one who is so well built and has a very ‘workmanlike’ appearance. Pleasing head and expression, excellent strength of under jaw, good straight front standing on the best of legs and feet, strong firm body, good thick pelt and well made quarters. Moved soundly.
3rd - Renaissance Rhododendron (Miss L E Westland)
Res - Mansergh Burne Jones (Miss A Roslin Williams)
VHC - Barnby Caramel Wafer At Bimandi JW ShCM (Mrs M J Holmes)
Entries: 4 Absentees: 0
1st - CH Cobstoneway Moon River at Clipstone (Miss E & Mrs J Jackson)
Quality bitch who I seriously considered for top honours on the day. Beautifully balanced throughout, best of heads with a lovely eye and alert expression, scores in neck and shoulders, firm topline that she holds on the move, good tail shape and excellent strength of hindquarters. Very positive on the move.
2nd - Int/Am/Can CH Sulan Fancy That (Mrs S J Baxter)
Lovely size of bitch of good type and is very well made throughout. Pleasing head and eye, excellent front assembly, easily spanned , good body shape, well rounded quarters with good width of second thigh. Sound mover with good reach and drive.
3rd - Badgerbeck Tree Pipit At Tilmoray JW ShCM (Mrs M Small)
Res - Gameway Cappuccino of Withershins ShCM (Mr M J Day)
Entries: 5 Absentees: 0
1st - Glamike You're So Fine For Gemswin (Knight, Mrs & Jacobs Mr & Mrs M)
Very promising young lady who had such attitude and confidence for her age. Lovely head with a very typical outlook, a dark eye and the best of expressions. Good straight front, pleasing legs and feet, best of tails and well developed quarters. Moved soundly once she got into her stride.
2nd - Oxcroft Ragtrade (Mr I B & Mrs B M Halbert)
Very much a baby and not as forward as the winner on the day. Pleasing head shape with good strength. Best of fronts with an excellent layback of shoulder that was lacking in many. Good topline and tailset, well made hindquarters and sound on the move.
3rd - Foxpaw Revelation (Mrs H Fulker)
Res - Grizzledale Forget Me Not (Mrs M Medhurst)
VHC - Oasby Sassy Little Madam By Digmoor (Mr M P & Mrs S V Regan)
Entries: 3 Absentees: 2
1st - Benattivo Fire Flower (Mrs S J & Mr C P Girling)
Super puppy who I am sure will hit the top with maturity. Good size and so well balanced throughout. Excellent head and eye, good straight front, scores in neck and shoulders, firm topline with a good tailset and the best of quarters. Thick pelt and presented on the day in good order. A sound and positive mover, BP.
Entries: 12 Absentees: 2
Strong class of some very promising youngsters.
1st - Chorbeck Gossip Girl At Blackmine JW (Miss Tracey James & Mrs Michelle Render)
Was really taken with this young lady. Very well made and presented a very clean outline. Lovely head and expression with good strength of muzzle, excellent front assembly, firm body, good tail shape and lovely racy hindquarters with good width and strength. Moved soundly, Res.CC.
2nd - Charlie's Copycat Via Otterbobs (Mr J R & Mrs H Gilpin)
Another very good one and could not be denied her place today although been a little between coats. Lovely size and balance and another with a very workmanlike appearance. Best of heads with a good dark eye and keen expression, excellent body shape and strong quarters. Sound on the move.
3rd - Shiftyfox Fairydust Of Glenoak (Dr J A & Mrs E J Hudson)
Res - Chesterton Caboodle (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
VHC - Hartswelin She's The One (Miss L J Coleman)
Entries: 4 Absentees: 0
1st - Bimandi's Bananarama (Mrs M J Holmes)
Unplaced in the very competitive Junior Class but well deserved her win here. Good overall make and shape, pleasing size and well boned but still has a very feminine outlook. Pleasing head and expression, firm body and well made hindquarters. A very positive mover.
2nd - Otterwood Domina Candesco JW (Mr M J & Mrs J M Hollingsbee)
Very pleasing sort of good type and well made throughout. Balanced head with a good dark eye, best of legs and feet, strong well muscled body and pleasing quarters. Moved well but not quite the enthusiasm of the winner on the day.
3rd - Imperterrito Agenda By Borderella (Mrs P South)
Res - Colourbox Orange Pippin With Swingwing (Mrs G & Mr & Mrs G Cove Print & Fordham)
Entries: 11 Absentees: 4
1st - Blewecourt Carpe Horam (Mr M & Mrs T Morgan)
Such a sound and honest bitch of good size and presents such a typical outlook. Best of heads with good strength and a lovely eye and expression. Strong muscular neck set in well placed shoulders, pleasing front and strong well rounded hindquarters. Very sound on the move with good reach and drive.
2nd - Torryburn Cadenza (Miss J Aldis)
Good size of bitch with a pleasing outlook and another who looked is if she could do a days’ work. Pleasing head shape, very clean over the neck and shoulders, good topline with a well set tail. Moved soundly.
3rd - Thistlestone Ms Money Penny (Mr S Whisker & Miss J May)
Res - Raleniro New Rose (Mr M J & Mrs D A Lorraine)
VHC - Emblehope Songcraft (Mrs E Ramsay)
Entries: 14 Absentees: 1
What a class, such strength in depth with some really lovely bitches missing out on the day, I was spoilt for choice.
1st - Smalesmouth Skylark (Mrs J Roberts)
She took my eye as soon as she entered the ring for her type, outline and ring presence and I was not disappointed when going over her, a quality bitch. Good head, eye and expression, excellent front assembly standing on super legs and feet. Lovely body shape with the best of quarters. Her movement was a joy to watch, one of the soundest on the day, CC.
2nd - Lynsett Bold Spirit JW (Mrs L McFarlane)
Another lovely bitch of good size and so well balanced throughout and pushed hard for top honours. Lovely head with a very typical appearance and good expression, scores in neck and shoulders, firm body with the best of toplines and tailsets. Put down in excellent coat and another sound and positive mover.
3rd - Chesterton Boutique (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
Res - Tarkaswell Doctor's Orders JW (Mrs C E Sansom)
VHC - Brumberhill Miss Dior (Mrs N E Ellis)
Entries: 13 Absentees: 3
1st - Otterbobs Xolana (Mr J R & Mrs H Gilpin)
Headed another very competitive class of some very good bitches. Lovely type of good size and is so well built throughout. Best of heads with good strength of muzzle, straightest of fronts, well padded feet, firm muscular body that was easily spand and lovely racy quarters. Excellent coat and pelt, sound on the move.
2nd - Mansergh Plusfours (Miss A Roslin-Williams)
Another quality bitch who is so beautifully put together and flows from head to tail on very clean lines. Balanced head with a very typical outlook and the keenest of expressions. Excellent front assembly as one would expect from this kennel, good body shape and the best of hindquarters. Lovely sound positive mover.
3rd - Brumberhill Bollinger For Chesterton (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
Res - CH / Am CH Sulan Easy Does It (Mrs S J Baxter)
VHC - Mcbrock Miss Amelia (Mr & Mrs J R Mann)