Venue: Stoneleigh Park, nr Coventry, Warwickshire CV8 2LZ
Judge: Mrs B Roderick
Entries: 119 making 124
Firstly I would like to thank my stewards for their assistance during the day.
Thanks to the exhibitors that sportingly took my decisions, it was a pleasure to judge some lovely terriers. I would just suggest that over baiting not only slows up the judging, especially with young puppies but does spoil the terriers outline in the final line up of the classes on occasion. That said it was pleasing to find the temperaments sound in the exhibits, despite the various distractions and of course the clanking of the ducting under the carpet. Thank you again for your entry.
Best Of Breed: CH Bandicoot Doc Martin
RDCC: Clipstone Starshine
RBCC: Borderxpress Miss Potter
Best Puppy: Lockhaugh Linx To Grindelvald
Best Veteran: CH Cobstoneway River Magic JW ShCM
Entries: 2 Absentees: 1
1st - CH Cobstoneway River Magic JW ShCM (Miss C Spencer)
This 8 year old was presented in excellent coat, and as would be expected moved very soundly. Good head, keen expression still maintaining all the qualities needed to become the champion he is. Best Veteran.
Entries: 1 Absentees: 1
Entries: 5 Absentees: 0
1st - Lockhaugh Linx To Grindelvald (Mrs M Bailey)
A most promisng youngster with a super head, keen eye and a good overall outline. Nice well padded tight feet and moved out very well for a youngster.
2nd - Tojamatt Rhythm N'blues at Raedwulf (Mr M & Mrs V Atkinson)
Another sound mover this puppy, with masculine head good front and tidy feet. Nice length of neck into deep ribs and good length of loin, thick pelt and in good coat
3rd - Tarkaswell Smart Move To Otterwood (Mr M J & Mrs J M Hollingsbee)
Res - Bowencloud Busy Bee (Mrs S J Ruth)
Entries: 5 Absentees: 1
1st - Tufterslodge Tea N Cake (Ms J M Woolacott)
Striking youngster moving very soundly. Good masculine head, well balanced with correct length neck into deep body and ribs well carried back. Racy hind quarters and good tight well padded feet.
2nd - Baillieswells Glengyle At Glebeheath JW (Mrs J Guvercin)
Put down in immaculate condition this youngster moves very well but was not co-operating with his handler when standing at times. A shade short in the body for me but has good depth of body good tail and tail set, masculine head and expression a close decision between the two.
3rd - Gellisowen Love and Laugh (Mrs T Broadbent)
Res - Karison Kustard (Miss K Johnson)
Entries: 5 Absentees: 0
1st - Tojamatt Moriarty (Mr & Mrs D Matthews)
A close decision here as both first and second were moving soundly. The winner being in better jacket and has a good pelt. Both sporting good heads and keen expression. Moriarty has a good front with well padded neat feet, good depth of body and strong carrot tail set on well.
2nd - Chatmoss Bullet Tooth Tony JW (Miss J Hughes & Mr M J L Kendrick)
Well yes he has a good head and set of teeth. Being well balanced standing on his well padded feet, body of correct proportions deep and narrow with his ribs carried well back, racy quarters giving the impression he could easily do his days work.
3rd - Benattivo Gun Fire At Rubyfin (Mrs S J Channer)
Res - Roxambor Space Invader (Mr B J & Mrs A E Read)
Entries: 11 Absentees: 0
1st - Mysulan Going Solo JW (Mrs S J Baxter)
Well presented this youngster in perfect coat condition and thick pelt. Good carrot tail. A lovely outline with balanced body and true movement.
2nd - Orangebox Dark Energy (Mr M & Mrs T Anscombe)
Another quality exhibit from this kennel showing all the characteristics expected of a working Border. Sound movement, standing well on thick padded feet with straight front and racy quarters. Good head and keen expression.
3rd - Rhozzum Gwilym (Mrs M Sharp)
Another strong contestant in the class that needs to settle more on the move.
Res - Tyneaster Special Agent at Raedwulf (Mrs V Atkinson)
VHC - Tyrian Arrowsmith (Mrs K Dean)
Entries: 9 Absentees: 5
1st - Clipstone Starshine (Miss E & Mrs J Jackson)
Put down in immaculate order, a sound moving terrier that is well balanced and covered the ground well using his racy quarters to advantage. Well padded neat feed good front and good tail set. Thick pelt and in good jacket pleased to award him the RCC.
2nd - Tyrian Outlaw (Mrs K Dean)
another sound terrier in good jacket. Has a lovely head and expression. Nicely balanced with good depth of chest balanced in body with racy quarters.
3rd - Alcumlow Parsley (Mr P, Mrs B & Miss R Barber)
another lovely terrier in good jacket moving well.
Res - Orangebox Stewards Enquiry (Mr & Mrs R Greenhill & Mrs M Thomas)
Entries: 7 Absentees: 2
1st - CH Bandicoot Doc Martin (Ms V L K Docwra)
Put down in excellent coat this dog really appealed to me for type. He is very sound and in good jacket. Thick pelt good tail and tail set. Strong head with good expression, correct depth of chest and balanced all through. Pleased to award him the CC and BOB.
2nd - Ir CH Barnby Caramel Wafer At Bimandi JW ShCM (Mrs M J Holmes)
This boy pressed hard moving soundly as one would expect from his titles. Super head and expression good front and feet racy quarters and good depth of body.
3rd - CH Karison Kosta (Miss K Johnson)
completed a trio of lovely terriers, a pleasure to go over.
Res - Wadesleia Mr Herriot (Mrs H A & Mr A Fletcher)
VHC - Roxambor Magical Timepiece ShCM (Mr B J & Mrs A E Read)
Entries: 4 Absentees: 0
1st - Orangebox Dark Energy (Mr M & Mrs T Anscombe)
2nd - Cobstoneway Ocean Sunrise (Mrs G Stevens)
another quality terrier. In excellent coat, a very sound mover lovely masculine head, good length of neck into well balanced body with good depth of chest into racy loin.
3rd - Benattivo Gun Fire At Rubyfin (Mrs S J Channer)
Entries: 5 Absentees: 2
1st - Int/Am/Can CH Sulan Fancy That (Mrs S J Baxter)
This lovely 10 year old never put a foot wrong. Presented in excellent coat she has a good feminine head yet shows that terrier expression. Good neckline into balanced body with good depth of chest. As one would expect from her titles movement is excellent.
2nd - Southash Cherry Bliss at Smurfski (Mr J C B Yore)
This 8 year old moved out well and pressed the winner hard but one must consider the age when judging a veteran class. A lovely terrier with sound movement, in good jacket has a good head with good dentition still. Well balanced in body with racy quarters. Good feet and front.
3rd - Badgerbeck Tree Pipit At Tilmoray JW ShCM (Mrs M Small)
Still very sound on the move.
Entries: 5 Absentees: 0
This was a lovely class of very promising babies, which bodes well for the future. All in good coat and of sound movement.
1st - Nottorg Nostalgia (Mrs A Taylor)
Topped the line up so steady for a youngster in great condition with a thick pelt, good tail and overall balance helped to complete the picture. Good head and expression with a good reach of neck to well placed shoulders and straight front with nice well padded feet. Certainly one to watch.
2nd - Nantcoch Field Skipper (Mrs J M Phillips)
another really promising youngster with all the same qualities just not quite as steady on the move yet so not able to take the top spot.
3rd - Rhozzum Whim (Mrs M Sharp)
completed a lovely trio.
Res - Grizzledale Hot Chocolate (Mrs M Medhurst)
VHC - Marsirdan Jemima Puddle (Mr M Service)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 1
1st - Gameway Love Of The Chase (Mrs P Clark)
was the clear winner here and went on to Best Puppy overall. Attractive head with good expression, clean body lines with good length of neck into good deep of body with ribs well back and racy quarters. Moved very well indeed.
2nd - Stineval Kordia (Mr & Mrs A G Horner)
Another moving well with good pelt, good coat condition. Femine head but keen eye, clean lines with good overall balance.
3rd - Esyntona Whisper (Mr I Hopper)
Res - Bowencloud The Bee Charmer (Mrs S J Ruth)
VHC - Micustins Little Santa (Mr M McNicholas)
Entries: 7 Absentees: 0
1st - Dowgri Demelza (Mr W & Mrs T J Baird)
Delightful young bitch moving very soundly, full of promise – I note I placed her dam second in open and they are very alike. Good head with keen dark eye, good reach of neck into good shoulders and deep narrow ribs. Easily spanned and in good coat. Best Junior.
2nd - Abisu Tansy (Miss S Moseley)
pressed the winner hard, again a good pelt and coat and certainly moved well. Lovely head and expression good depth of body and racy quarters, good tail set on and carried well. These two will doubtless challenge one another on a regular basis.
3rd - Karison Krumble (Miss K Johnson)
Res - Wadesleia Dear Prudence (Mrs H A & Mr A Fletcher)
VHC - Oakyard On Song (Mr J Parry)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 4
1st - Benattivo Fire Flower JW (Mrs S J & Mr C P Girling)
A femine bitch full of quality and moved so soundly not putting a foot wrong to go on to be awarded the bitch Challenge in a strong line up. Good head and expression, balanced in body with good depth of rib and length easily spanned. Tight well padded feet, good straight front and good tail set. Moved out with ease to take the class and final challenge.
2nd - Ridgebow Rusty Rivet (Mr N & Mrs A Duxbury)
Another beauty with good head and keen eye, good front and tight neat well padded feet, racy quarters and moved out well both ways.
3rd - Abisu Bramble (Miss S Moseley)
Another quality exhibit from this kennel.
Res - Baillieswells Scapa (Professor A S Milton & Mrs. H Haffenden)
Entries: 14 Absentees: 6
1st - Southash Annie Oakley At Smurfski (Mr J Yore)
A striking bitch moving out well, well balanced, good depth of rib and length to loin with good front and feet, in good coat condition.
2nd - La Senza (Mrs M Medhurst)
Well handled this young bitch, good head and expression , in good harsh coat with thick pelt. Moved well, straight front but a little down on her pasterns spoiling the outline a little today.
3rd - Picer Angelica to Nottorg ShCM (Mr P & Mrs A Taylor)
Res - Earthtaw Groundsel In Tufterslodge (Ms J M Woolacott)
VHC - Imperterrito Agenda By Borderella (Mrs P South)
Entries: 16 Absentees: 2
1st - Borderxpress Miss Potter (Mr R Wright)
A beautiful bitch fits the standard so well, and as would be expected moved so soundly. Good head and expression, nice reach of neck into good shoulders and narrow but deep chest well ribbed and racy quarters. Good tail and tail carriage headed a lovely class of bitches and was pleased to award her the reserve challenge.
2nd - Cobstoneway Love Song JW ShCM (Mrs G Stevens)
I have judged this little beauty before and she was on form looking good in a good thick jacket, has thick pelt and full of quality, so sound hence her earlier awards. Pressed the winner hard and the pair headed a lovely class of bitches.
3rd - Badgerbeck The Masher (Miss L M Jenkins)
A true Border, very sound.
Res - Brankell Double Or Quits JW (Mr P Brannan & Miss M Kelly)
VHC - Sulan Strictly Blues Dancin' (Mrs S J Baxter)
Entries: 10 Absentees: 3
1st - CH Tarkaswell Double Agent JW ShCM (Mrs C E Samsom)
Another quality bitch put down in perfect condition. Good harsh coat and thick pelt. Good head with keen expression, well balanced all through and moves very soundly. Good front and neat tight feet, racy quarters and good tail set.
2nd - Tojamatt Debutante For Dowgri ShCM (Mr W & Mrs T J Baird)
Stylish bitch with good head and expression, presented in good coat, good front and tight feet racy quarters and moved out well.
3rd - CH Ianteg Red Rubi JW ShCM (Miss S Ritchie)
A worthy champion pressing hard in the class.
Res - Ploughdown Persephone (Miss C Spencer)
VHC - Brumberhill Bollinger For Chesterton (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
Entries: 3 Absentees: 0
1st - Borderella Snap Dragon (Mr F & Mrs H Freeman)
A lovely head and expression, in excellent condition moved out well to take the class. Not out of place in the final challenge line up. Thick coat and pelt, good front and depth of body, tail set on well
2nd - Imperterrito Agenda By Borderella (Mrs P South)
Another sound bitch with good head and expression, in good coat, good tail set and racy quarters.
3rd - Bimandi's Bellissima (Mr V J Pearce)