DDTC Championship Show 2004

11th July 2004. Judge: Mrs Jackie Shore (Swanwillow).

"Many thanks to exhibitors for a lovely entry. My main impressions were too many dogs had short, shallow ribcages, this is essential in a long bodied dog. This in turn affects the control of hind movement which in some was very loose and unco-ordinated. On the positive side coats were very good and mouths excellent with good big teeth."

 

Dog CC & BIS

Reserve Dog CC

Bitch CC

Reserve Bitch CC

Best Puppy

Best Veteran

Macbeth's Glahms Sterling Silver

Derry's Ch. Vistca Van Der Valk

Harpwood's Finloren Lady Jane Grey

Tinsley's Cloverwood English Rose

Jarvis's Mosterlada Silver Lining

Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Postmaster


Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Russell's Hawkesmill Fergus
7 months, mustard. Up to size puppy who needs to fill his frame, very long body. Coat starting to show. Head proportions could be better, big teeth and kind eye, good topknot. Very unco-ordinated in movement needs time to muscle up. Happy temperament. Very raw and needs time to come together.

Puppy Dog 1st: Hancock's Dawsholm Sonsie Sojer at Dunskey
Pepper, 10 months. Smart but workmanlike, good weasely shape. Domed head good stop, could be stronger in muzzle, although has good big teeth, dark eye. Good legs and feet. Showed and moved really well.

Junior Dog 1st: Macbeth's Glahms Sterling Silver
Pepper, 13 months. Most impressive young dog, correctly proportioned head well domed good stop, strong jaw, big teeth, lovely eye and ear set. Well laid shoulder, flowing topline and correct tailset. Standing on lst class legs and round neat well padded feet.Covered in a quality double coat, crisp in texture. When he moves he is a picture, was pleased to award him the CC and eventually BIS.

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Fisher's Dengold Captain Archer of Gypsywish
Mustard. Correct size, appealing head, strong jaw with big teeth. Correct topline and tailset. Big ribcage. Moved better in front than behind. Beautiful correct coloured and textured coat.
2nd: Skitt's Vistca Vertex at Hicker
Mustard Very long bodied dog. Large skull, could be wider in muzzle, big teeth, kind expression. Flowing topline and tailset. Rather flat open feet. Needs a new coat.

Limit Dog 1st: Perry's Pogleswood Pole Position
Pepper, 14 months. Smart sound dog, Excellent topline and tailset, good ribs carried well back. Good lay of shoulder and standing on good legs and feet. Appealing head and expression although I would prefer his muzzle slightly shorter, good bite and big teeth. In good quality coat. Needs maturity to complete the overall picture. Showed very well.
2nd: McLeod's Healaval Usquebae
Mustard Good size, correct head proportions, good stop, big teeth. Not the flowing lines of 1, because of straighter shoulder, but balanced with good tailset. First class coat. Moved and showed very well.
3rd: Harpwood's Finloren Nicholas Nickleby
2 years, mustard. Lovely headed dog in correct proportions, big teeth, dark eye and fine ears. Excellent shoulders and straight front and neat round feet. Not the flowing topline of 1 and was very tense on the table, consequently movement was rather tucked up and not extending behind.
Res: Mannia's Finloren The Lion In Winter at Kirskill
VHC: Power's Needwood Twice Nightly

Open Dog 1st: Derry's Ch. Vistca Van Der Valk
Quality mustard. Correct size, neatly put together. Excellent head properties, good stop, fine ears would like a larger eye. Good shoulder topline and tailset. Deep chest, ribbed well back. Coat rather blown. Moved soundly but without enthusiasm. In the challenge did better and was awarded the RCC.
2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Blithe Spirit
Pepper. Good coated dog. Weasel shaped body, deep chest, well ribbed back, Correct topline and tailset. Would like a more masculine head. Showed well although hind movement was a bit choppy today.
3rd: Jarvis's Ch. Mosterlada Golden Loon
Mustard. Good topline and tailset lovely deep mustard and crisp textured coat. Has slimmed down since I last judged him and looked very fit and moved soundly. Lovely huge head, deep muzzle and correct bite.
Res: Boers's NL Ch. I Am What I Am Do Castelo Branco
VHC: De Bakker's NL/Int Ch. Needwood Tricky Dicky

Veteran Dog 1st: Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Postmaster
9½ yrs old. Looks really good for age. Correct head proportions, still excellent teeth. Good lay of shoulder, straight front and good feet, well ribbed back, good muscled hindquarters. 1st class double coat. Showed well. Best Veteran.
2nd: Perry's Somercloud Tinkerman
Very smart pepper in excellent tailored coat. Appealing head and expression although not the domed head of 1. Moved and showed very well. Preferred outline of 1 today.

Veteran Bitch 1st: De Bakker's NL/Int Ch. Emma Peel of Coquet Water
7½ years pepper. Good flowing topline and tailset. Good lay of shoulder good legs and feet. Feminine head with lovely melting expression. In good crisp coat. Showed very well. Would like more positive hind movement.

Puppy Bitch 1st: Jarvis's Mosterlada Silver Lining
9 months. Pepper Very promising puppy stood away in this class. Feminine head, dark melting expression, good earset, strong muzzle with big teeth. Domed skull with good stop. Excellent shoulders neck and topline in good coat. Moved easily and with purpose. Best Puppy in Show.
2nd: Danks's Dawsholm Tibby Dunbar
Mustard. Another promising puppy although not as forward as 1. Lovely domed skull, strong muzzle Good sweep of body and weasel shaped. Coat coming through. Movement much looser than 1. Typical temperament.
3rd: Danks's Dawsholm Silver Tawpie at Dunskey
Pepper, litter sister to 2 and much the same remarks apply. Good shoulders and strong neck., good length. Appealing head, dark eye. Again very loose in movement.
Res: Hows's Cassencarrie Kissen Kuddlemee
VHC: Fisher's Gypsywish Willow O'Wisp

Graduate Bitch 1st: Oakes & Searle's Brackenford Cameo
Pepper, of nice size. Appealing head and expression although could be stronger in muzzle, good ear set, strong neck and good lay of shoulder. Topline rather flat. Correct coat texture and good topknot. Showed well but moved wide in front.

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Fisher's Oaksleigh Maggie May of Gypsywish
Typical pepper in topline and tailset , neat front and feet. Pretty head in correct proportions, very feminine. In good coat and moved soundly. Would like more bone to complete the overall picture.
2nd: Oakes & Searle's Oakseal Zephyr
Mustard similar in size to 1, good length of body feminine head and outlook, strong jaw and big teeth. Not the shoulders of 1 and in rather soft muscular condition after a litter, rather weak hind movement, but showed well. Coming into new coat.

Limit Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood English Rose
She certainly is a mustard who takes your eye. Exquisite head unmistakenly feminine but powerful, in correct proportions well domed good stop good bite, large melting eye. Good lay of shoulders, well ribbed back typical topline and tailset. Moved very well on good legs and tight feet. Lost out today on the CC by too much undercoat around neck and shoulders which rather spoilt the profile making neck look stuffy. RCC.
2nd: Kerrush's Micklam Steel Bonnet
Pepper. Strong flexible body in hard condition, head in correct proportions but not as feminine as 1, dark eye, good bite well set ears. In good coat and moved well.
3rd: Heywood's Schalulleke Lizzy Weaver
Mustard I've always admired, however she didn't have the finish today. Coat is rich in colour and correct in texture. Good topline and tailset with ribs carried well back. Again not as feminine as 1 and skull not as domed. Good big teeth. Moved soundly but without enthusiasm.
Res: Russell's Hawkesmill Ebony
VHC: De Bakker's NL Ch. Josephine Baker of Coquet Water

Open Bitch 1st: Harpwood's Finloren Lady Jane Grey
Pepper. Lovely weasel shaped body in good muscular working condition. Strong neck set into good shoulders straight front, good tight feet and strong hindquarters. Deep chest and well ribbed back. Feminine head and kind expression. She is typical and sound in good coat and today was her day. CC. In the challenge for BIS the joy of youth won through.
2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Causin Chaos
Pepper, 2 years. Heavier set than 1 and a bit tense on the table. Correct neck, shoulders topline and tailset. Good legs and neat round feet. Head in correct proportions big teeth and fine ears. Good coat of correct texture. Moved soundly.
3rd: Morrice's Ch. Shonillian Dandilly Poppet with Dawsholm
Pepper, 5 years. Quality bitch who is very typical. Long bodied, good topline and tailset. Head in correct proportion with feminine expression. Would like more spring of rib. Moved soundly but without enthusiasm.
Res: Jarvis's Ch. Mosterlada Foxy Lady
VHC: Boers's Isadora Duncan of Coquet Water

Special Stud Dog 1st: Jarvis's Ch. Mosterlada Golden Loon
Very nice progeny, all very similar.

Brace 1st: Boers's
Very well matched pair moved very well together.
2nd: Jarvis's
Evenly matched peppers, excellent pair.
3rd: Oakes & Searle's

Team 1st: Jarvis's