Judge: Mrs Jayne Gillam (Orenberg)
Entries: 156 for 163
Many thanks to the exhibitors for such a super entry of dogs for me to judge, I thought the standard overall was very good and I found it very encouraging to find some really nice youngsters coming up through the ranks. I had to make very tough decisions in some classes and many good dogs went card less but I thoroughly enjoyed my day and was pleased with my winners.
Best Of Breed: CH Southash Blue Betty Boo Gameway JW
DCC: Hobholt Harrier JW
RDCC: Brumberhill Blue Tempest
Best Puppy: Hobholt Helmsman
Best Veteran: Penlumeg Paloma
Entries: 5 Absentees: 1
1st - Hobholt Helmsman (Mr C K & Mrs M A Wallace)
Very stylish, confident puppy who really caught my eye when he entered the ring. Pleasing head and expression, super teeth, correctly angulated shoulder, neat front and firm pasterns and small neat feet, strong loin, good hind angulation which he used with good effect on the move. Best Puppy.
2nd - Benattivo Stitch In Time (Mr C & Mrs S Girling)
Very nice type, I liked him a lot, with a pleasing head and expression, neat ears and dark eye, lacked depth of coat today which made him look bare. Moved well.
3rd - Stineval Maraschino (Mr & Mrs A Horner)
Very strong headed puppy of nice size and in good order, very much a baby yet and needs to settle and tighten up in front.
Res - Bingobongo Hollywood Blues (Messers G R & M A Buckle & Flowers))
Entries: 5 Absentees: 2
1st - Rexlands Cock Robin (Mr & Mrs D Matthews)
A nice sized pup in thick tweedie coat and pelt, liked his profile, strong loin, good legs and feet, once he settled he moved well, liked his overall type.
2nd - Cobstoneway River Magic (Miss C Spencer)
Lovely type with a super head and expression, nicely angulated front and rear and good topline, hope he doesn’t grow on.
3rd - Karison Kumphrey (Miss K Johnson)
In full coat, which didn’t make his topline didn’t look its best, moved well behind but needs to tighten in front and in feet.
Entries: 7 Absentees: 2
1st - Brumberhill Blue Tempest (Mr S A Mcpherson)
Stood away in this class, beautifully made dog with excellent shoulders, ribbed well back and easily spanned, pleasing head with huge teeth and good bite, lovely profile movement, driving off well angulated hindquarters, looked as though he was in his underclothes but I was surprised at the good texture of his coat coming through. Only 17 months old he has a bright future before him. Res. CC.
2nd - Hollowmoor Fanfare (Mrs J Webb)
Liked this youngster for size, nicely made with good legs and feet, presented in good order and moved OK,
3rd - Xapex Santiago At Otterwood JW (Mr M J & Mrs J M Hollingsbee)
Coat past its best but liked him for size, easily spanned, lovely head and expression, nice tail.
Res - Picer King Edward (Mr G & Mrs S Pickering)
VHC - Bortino High Society (Mr D K & Mrs D Martin)
Entries: 3 Absentees: 1
1st - Onthill Super Trooper (Mr R & Mrs A M Ramus)
Very typey young male, in full thick coat a bit passed its best although still hard and wiry, loved his head and expression, nice bone, firm pasterns and feet, moved well front and rear.
2nd - Borderella Day Tripper JW (Mrs P South)
Liked this one too and both could easily change places another day, presented in good order good legs and feet, pleasing head and neat ears, moved OK but not as positive in front as my winner today.
Entries: 5 Absentees: 1
1st - Hobholt Helmsman (Mr C K & Mrs M A Wallace)
2nd - Rexlands Cock Robin (Mr & Mrs D Matthews)
3rd - Mingrovia Flintstone Chief At Rubyfin (Mrs S J Channer)
Nice sized dog, liked his head and expression, moved well but was lacking his coat today.
Entries: 9 Absentees: 0
1st - Radnorvalley Goshawk of Rhozzum (Mrs M Sharp)
Easily spanned dog of nice size, well presented in super coat and pelt, big teeth set in a strong jaw, looked good in profile movement retaining his good topline on the move.
2nd - Creswickes Whot A Dandy (Mr & Mrs Stevens)
Stylish dog but rather bare without much jacket today, moved out well with confidence but his rather full eye spoilt his expression.
3rd - Lessien Dinx Boy Oberon (Miss S J Pateman)
A rather compact dog but was easy to span. Presented in good order. Moved OK.
Res - Bolt Tail Jebba (Mr F & Mrs H Freeman)
VHC - Rhozzum Kingpin (Mrs F J Matthews)
Entries: 13 Absentees: 2
1st - Dandyhow Beeline (Irving, K.M.)
A handy sized dog to go over and easy to span, loved his front assembly, bone, firm pasterns and small neat feet. Pleasing head and expression with neat ears, well presented in thick coat and pelt, moved well but seemed a bit dour at times in the heat as did many of the others.
2nd - Ethlencoral Pip of Ottaswell JW (Mr D & Mrs G M Hunt)
Liked this one too, lovely head and expression with a dark eye and lovely big teeth, looked good in profile with good topline and tailset, moved well, presented in good order.
3rd - Digmoor Captain Rook By Tyrian (Mrs K Dean)
Another nice sized dog, lovely neck into topline, strong loin, easily spanned, turned out well.
Res - Karison Kasper (Miss K Johnson)
VHC - Laurelton Moonlight Cowboy ShCM (Mrs J Cobbledick)
Entries: 6 Absentees: 1
1st - Hobholt Harrier JW (Mr C K & Mrs M A Wallace)
One I have judged and liked before, he has matured well, a nicely constructed dog with super legs and feet, liked his neat shoulder assembly, firm topline and strong loin, racy hindquarters. Pleasing head and keen expression was impressed with his large gleaming white teeth. Moved well coming and going and in profile, very well presented in super wiry coat and pelt, excellent order throughout,. CC.
2nd - CH Byrons Greengrass (Mr J & Mrs H M Thomas)
Another I have judged before as a younger dog, he has matured nicely too, liked his head and expression, good bite and short strong muzzle, easily spanned, very stylish dog with a pleasing outline, nice bone and neat feet, didn?t have much coat today but still lots to like about him.
3rd - CH Gameway Charles Dickens (Mrs P Clark)
Eyecatching dog, very well presented today, unlucky to meet my winners.
Res - Digmoor Aces High JW (Mr M P & Mrs S V Regan)
VHC - Tulawyn Oberon At Tilmoray (Mrs M Small)
Entries: 6 Absentees: 1
1st - Penlumeg Paloma (Harris, Mrs. B.S.)
In very good coat and condition, retaining a super outline with good legs and feet. A credit to her owner.
2nd - Borderella Elsa (Mr F & Mrs H Freeman)
Another well presented in excellent coat and thick pelt, showed her head off. Lovely tail, small neat feet.
3rd - Digmoor Crystal Ball At Farmway (Mrs M Aspinwall)
Could hardly believe this one was 14 years old, lovely head and expression, moved out well and had a fabulous coat and thick pelt.
Res - Allstead Tazmin (Mr E D'arcy-donnelly)
VHC - Mulysa Miss Muffet (Prevost, Mrs. W.A.)
Entries: 17 Absentees: 6
1st - Foxyard Better Behave At Emblehope (Miss D Bladen)
Nicely made youngster, looked a picture in the stack, didn’t disappoint when I went over her either, lovely head, teeth and eye, super legs and feet and neat shoulder assembly, presented in a good jacket, moved well off racy hindquarters.
2nd - Badgerbeck Fiasco (Mr J Roberts)
Another I liked, lovely size and pleasing outline, loved her straight forelegs, firm pasterns and small neat feet, not the depth of coat of my winner but lots to like.
3rd - Stineval Santina (Mr & Mrs A Horner)
Strong but feminine head, dark eye and neat ears, beautifully presented in super coat and thick pelt, moved well in the rear off strong hindquarters, needs to tighten in front.
Res - Blewecourt Harlem (Mr M & Mrs T Morgan)
VHC - Brookbank Tweed (Mrs S P Norris)
Entries: 11 Absentees: 0
1st - Enchanted Evening At Etterbern (Mrs L & Mr L J Reynolds)
Headed a class of lovely puppy bitches. Very confident stylish puppy, pleasing head with a lovely keen expression and dark eye and neat ears, lovely neckline into topline and good tail and tailset. Stood well on small neat feet, nicely angulated fore and aft and looked a picture in profile movement. Handy size and well present in good coat and pelt. BPB
2nd - Badgerbeck Ballerina (Mr J C Roberts)
Lots to like about this one, nicely constructed, with super feet, legs and pasterns, well angulated hindquarters, very little coat, so what you saw was what you got.
3rd - Brumberhill Bonjour (Mr S A Mcpherson)
Another I liked, lovely size with a super rib, good topline and lovely tail and tailset. A bit dour in the heat but moved out well.
Res - Chesterton Boo Hoo (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
VHC - Howthwaite In Violet (Mr R & Mrs E Barrett)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 1
1st - Bandicoot Jazz (Mr G E & Mrs V L K Docwra)
Nice sized bitch with a super coat and pelt. Liked her profile and good topline which she retained on the move. Easily spanned, Good in head, ears and eye.
2nd - Picer Grace Darling (Mr G & Mrs S Pickering)
In very full coat, but I liked her a lot, nice to go over with good rib, easily spanned and strong loin, very typey and moved well.
3rd - Bortino Smiling Queen (Mr D K & Mrs D Martin)
Nicely turned out, loved her small neat feet and good legs, good tail, moved OK.
Res - Baywillow Pacey Lacey (Mrs M B Reeves)
VHC - Smalesmouth Maylady (Mrs J Roberts)
Entries: 8 Absentees: 3
1st - CH Southash Blue Betty Boo Gameway JW (Mrs P Clark)
Very striking and confident as she entered the ring, plenty of ticking in her very good blue coat, loved her head and expression, dark eye and neat V shaped ears, nice neckline into shoulder, excellent topline and tailset, liked her overall profile which she retained on the move, easily spanned, ribbed well back and strong loin, racy hindquarters, good legs and feet, moved well. BCC & BOB
2nd - Grindelvald Miss Teak At Eltonfurze (Mrs A Fray)
Not much coat but really liked her lovely head and expression, neat shoulder assembly, good pasterns and feet, good turn of stifle, moved well.
3rd - Mansergh Singsong (Miss A Roslin-williams)
Nice sized bitch in tip top order, well presented in good coat and pelt, nicely angulated front and rear.
Res - Mascani Daisy At Cynetkoy (Mr S D Watson & Mrs A S Kenna)
VHC - Rubyfin Ruby Tuesday (Mrs S J Channer)
Entries: 14 Absentees: 2
1st - Chesterton Honeymoon (Mr A J & Mrs W Mooney)
Lovely bitch to go over with good shoulders, neckline and topline, ribbed well back, super legs and feet, strong loin, pleasing head, good ears and nice eye, showed and moved well.
2nd - Mansergh the Canny Granny (Miss A Roslin-williams)
Nice size and well presented with a good shoulder and rear angulation, pleasing head with the darkest of eyes, moved OK but a bit dour in the heat.
3rd - Badgerbeck Ballerina (Mr J C Roberts)
Res - Brumberhill Bonjour (Mr S A Mcpherson)
VHC - Baywillow Rhapsody In Blue (Mrs M B Reeves)
Entries: 16 Absentees: 3
1st - Rhozzum User Friendly (Mrs M Sharp)
Nicely made bitch with a super head and huge teeth set in a strong jaw, liked her good shoulder and neckline, super thick coat and pelt, strong loin and driving hindquarters, looked a bit dour at times but her good construction secured her first place.
2nd - Rexlands Golden Plover By Karison JW (Miss K & Mrs D Johnson & Pearson)
Another I liked very much, very typical bitch, nice head and expression, stood well on good legs and feet, thick tweedie coat and thick pliable pelt, good topline, moved OK.
3rd - Worker's Playtime (Miss S Waller)
A nice sized bitch, well presented by her handler, nice rib easy to span, strong loin and firm topline, well angulated hindquarters, moved OK front and rear.
Res - Mattedonn Bonnie Beatrix (Mr E D'arcy-Donnelly)
VHC - Mascani Daisy At Cynetkoy (Mr S D Watson & Mrs A S Kenna)
Entries: 18 Absentees: 6
1st - Mansergh Speckles JW (Miss A Roslin-williams)
A very well constructed bitch, good shoulder assembly, topline and tailset, lovely carroty tail, racy hindquarters, liked her ground covering side gait in profile, presented in very good order, moved well fore and aft.
2nd - Dandyhow Rose And Crown
Really liked her overall type, pleasing head and expression, good dentition, nice outline she looked lovely in the stack and didn?t disappoint on the move. Well turned out in good jacket.
3rd - Benattivo Rosina JW (Mrs S J & Mr C P Girling)
Another lovely bitch, lacking in much coat today but loved her good legs, small neat feet and firm pasterns, Very typey, liked her feminine head and expression and neat ears, moved well.
Res - Yeomeadow Heather For Tyrian (Mrs K Dean)
VHC - Karison Kamellia JW (Miss K Johnson)
Entries: 13 Absentees: 1
1st - Tallowbrook Memento of Quatford (Mrs V Furness)
My notes say “What a jacket”, superb harsh, wiry topcoat, good undercoat and thick pelt. Beautifully turned out, loved her head, good dentition, dark eye and neat ears, good neck into well constructed shoulders, easily spanned rib, straight forelegs and small neat feet, racy hindquarters, moved well coming and going. RBCC.
2nd - Brumberhill Breeze (Mr S A Mcpherson)
A lovely sized bitch with a super feminine head and expression, stands well on superb legs and feet, good rib and strong loin, well constructed shoulders and racy hindquarters which she uses well on the move. Coat past its best today.
3rd - Ottaswell Carmen (Mr D & Mrs G M Hunt)
Another I liked very much, presented in very good order throughout, liked her good topline, tail and tailset, small neat feet, moved well.
Res - Plushcourt The Bees Knees In Thoraldby (Mrs B A Judge)
VHC - Blue Tutu Via Ycart (Mr K K Fraser & Mrs T J Butler)