Boston & District Canine Society

East of England Showground, 13th January 2013. Judge: Mr Tim Ball.


Best Dog

Reserve Best Dog

Best Bitch BOB & G3

Reserve Best Bitch

Best Puppy

King's Ch. Vistca Vian of Hendell

Jacka-Slater's Pennywave Lone Ranger

Russell's Ch./AusCh. Jollygaze Hopeless Romantic for Hawkesmill

Chapman-King's Inzievar Silver Belle

Chapman-King's Inzievar Silver Belle


Junior Dog or Bitch

1st: Jacka-Slater's Pennywave Lone Ranger

Mustard dog who was the easy winner here especially with the other two not showing themselves to advantage. This boy presented a lovely outline, long and low with an excellent topline, well sprung ribs, nice deep chest, attractive head of correct proportions, dark expression eyes, good mouth, coat of excellent texture, really moved out well when viewed in profile. Could be more positive in front. Very well shown. RBD.

2nd: Chapman-King's Inzievar Silver Belle

Delightful pepper bitch puppy at her very first show, such a baby and not quite sure of her surroundings but full of promise. Feminine head with excellent eye for shape and colour, strong neck of correct length, ribs developing nicely, correct topline, soundly constructed throughout. RBB, BP.

3rd: Drake's Deegandan Bessie Surtees

Postgraduate Dog or Bitch 1st: Jacka-Slater's Pennywave Lone Ranger

2nd: Sleight's Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck

Mustard bitch who presented a nice balanced outline with excellent neck, typical topline, very good tail for both set and carriage, feminine expression, correct dentition, moving out well enough when viewed from the side. Not the head or movement overall of 1.


Open Dog or Bitch

1st: Russell's Ch./AusCh. Jollygaze Hopeless Romantic for Hawkesmill

Beautiful pepper bitch that just demanded the class, loved her head which was ultra feminine with dark expressive eyes and correct earset, so very well balanced, strong muscular neck, excellent long body with typical topline, good tail for both set andcarriage, as sound as they come, using herself at all times, a sheer pleasure to watch on the move. BOB, later heard she took a much deserved G3.

2nd: King's Ch. Vistca Vian of Hendell

Very nice exhibit of different type to 1, well balanced boy of nice size, masculine head of correct proportions but with no suggestion of coarseness, quality coat in first class order. Felt his topline was a tad exaggerated, but of good length with excellent ribbing. Moves out well when viewed in profile. BD.

3rd: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Effect
Res: Eves's Oaksleigh Minnehaha of Sylvanken
VHC: Sleight's Cassencarrie Bobby Vee at Bonnybeck