DDTC Championship Show

Woodford Community Centre, 8th July 2018. Judge: Mrs Betty-Anne Stenmark.

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Thank you to the Officers and Committee of the Dandie Club for inviting me to judge. Thanks too to my able stewards Nicola Spencer and Lynda Bromley who kept me on track and made my task easy. And special thanks to the exhibitors who honored me with their entries. I had looked forward to this day for a long time and was not disappointed.

 

Dog CC Milton's Wilmit Chindit Winners photo
Reserve Dog CC Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
Bitch CC & BIS Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire
Reserve Bitch CC Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Best Puppy Milton's Wilmit Chindit
Best Veteran Sleight's Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck

Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Milton's Wilmit Chindit
Pepper dog who entered the ring with great confidence. A skull that already “fills the hand”, strong muzzle, dark eyes well placed, strong scissors bite, dark pigment, wise expression. Good angulation fore and aft, forelegs straight for a digging terrier, short hocks, good feet. Nice length of body, weasely outline, tail set and carriage just right. He held his topline on the go, moving out well in all directions. Good coat well trimmed.
Wilmit Chindit

Puppy Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin
Mustard dog with good length of body, balanced angulation, well ribbed up for his age, good muzzle to skull proportions, dark eye. In between coats right now but some crisp texture felt.
Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin

Junior Dog 1st: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River
Pepper dog obviously new to the show ring and a little unsure of himself but with time became more confident. Well domed skull, strong muzzle, dark eyes, correct expression. Size within standard, curvy outline, moved well. Good coat texture.
Cofgodas Wolf River

Yearling Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood
Mustard dog of quality. Well domed skull, strong muzzle, with strength at the cheek, dark eyes well placed, good bite/big teeth, ears framed the face. Balanced angulation fore and aft, good outline, well ribbed up, tail set and carriage correct. Good coat quality, well trimmed.
Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood
2nd: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Cofgodas Wolf River

Novice Dog 1st: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Cofgodas Wolf River

Graduate Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale
Mustard dog with good length of body, good tail set and carriage, balanced angulation. Good muzzle to skull proportions, dark eyes, good mouth. He moved out well.
Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale
2nd: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Cofgodas Wolf River

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Perry's Mishahda Nothing Compares at Pogleswood
Pepper dog of good length, weasely outline, balanced angulation with good tail set and carriage. Handsome head with good skull, strong muzzle, dark eyes, good mouth. Good crisp coat. He moved out well.
Mishahda Nothing Compares at Pogleswood

Limit Dog 1st: Miller & Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen
Pepper Dog with strong masculine head, good muzzle to skull proportions, dark eyes. Balanced angulation, curvy outline, good tail set and carriage, crisp coat.
Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen
2nd: Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady
Pepper dog shown by a young handler who displayed great rapport with her young dog, they are a team. He has good length of body, balanced angulation, good tail set and carriage, crisp coat. Good width of skull, dark eyes, dark pigment.
Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady
3rd: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Tollcross Tartan Tavish

Open Dog 1st: Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
Pepper dog. Typey, fully mature with a finished look, I liked him very much. Strong head, wide skull, good stop, correct muzzle to skull proportions, dark eyes well placed, good mouth. Body good length and shape, balanced angulation, good tail set and carriage, excellent coat well trimmed, moved well.
Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
2nd: Booth's Borderstone Kngman for Lannia
Pepper dog. Good skull, head proportions, dark eyes, good pigment. Balanced angulation, good spring of rib, crisp coat.
Borderstone Kngman for Lannia

Veteran Bitch 1st: Sleight's Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck
Mustard bitch of good type, pretty head, good skull, strong muzzle, dark eyes, lovely expression. She was very happy to be out for a day at the dog show. Good coat, well trimmed.
Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck

Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Darling Girl at Cloverwood
Mustard bitch of good type, very feminine, dark eyes, engaging expression. Good length of body, balanced angulation, good tail set and carriage, short hocks, moved out well.
Darling Girl at Cloverwood
2nd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill
Mustard bitch also of good type, feminine, lovely body, pressed other puppy for 1st but didn't move out as freely on the go.
Wilmit Raffles at Etsill

Puppy Bitch 1st: Nicholson & Ness's Trebarret Lady Gloria of Calmarlin
Mustard bitch who caught my eye as she first went round, freely and easily, holding her topline on the move. Pretty feminine head. Well angulated fore and aft, good body, tail set and carriage. Good coat well trimmed.
Trebarret Lady Gloria of Calmarlin
2nd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter
Mustard bitch ably shown by her young handler. Feminine head, good eye and expression, balanced angulation, in very short coat.
Wilmit Mildred Potter
3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin

Junior Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae
Mustard bitch of good type, strong head, good skull, strong muzzle, dark eyes well placed, ears framed the face. Well balanced, good outline, tail set and carriage, in good coat well trimmed, she moved out well.
Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae
2nd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began
Pepper bitch, very feminine, dark eyes and pigment, good length of body, shapely, good tail set and carriage, she got around well. Crisp coat well trimmed.
Mishahda Where It All Began
3rd: Brown's Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady
Res: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin

Yearling Bitch 1st: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona
Pepper bitch. Very pretty head and expression, large dark eyes well placed, good muzzle to skull proportions, well balanced angles, shapely topline. Good coat.
Loudounhill Tranquil Iona
2nd: Miller's Dryfevalley Miss Muffet
Mustard bitch. Great length of body and very shapely. Nice head and expression. She moved out well, good tail set and carriage. Coat very short but crisp texture felt.
Dryfevalley Miss Muffet
3rd: Bell's Reidswire Lady Bryghte Reidswire Lady Bryghte

Novice Bitch 1st: Nicholson & Ness's Trebarret Lady Gloria of Calmarlin
Quality bitch with a good outline, well angulated and balanced, got around the ring freely and easily. Pretty feminine head, good coat.
Trebarret Lady Gloria of Calmarlin

Graduate Bitch 1st: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona Loudounhill Tranquil Iona
2nd: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell
Pepper bitch who looked me right in the eye without blinking, charming feminine girl. She is of the old type and valuable for that, wearing a utility coat.
Reidswire Border Bluebell

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae
2nd: Ley's Cloverwood Lady Freya
Pepper bitch. Good skull, large dark eyes, good pigment. Balanced angulation. Deep blue pepper colour, coat length very short.
Cloverwood Lady Freya
3rd: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Meriel's Munnings

Limit Bitch 1st: Russell's Hawkesmill Karamel
Mustard bitch. Good head, strong skull, good muzzle to skull proportions, dark eyes, good mouth, balanced angulation, good topline, tail set and carriage, short hocks. Moved well. Crisp coat.
Hawkesmill Karamel
2nd: Ley's Cloverwood Lady Freya Cloverwood Lady Freya

Open Bitch

This was the class of the day, the three top placements, all were quality with correct type, make and shape. Second place pushed first hard, such a pleasure to think of details when judging an entry of Dandies. It doesn’t happen often.

 

1st: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire
Mustard bitch who filled my eye. Lovely head and expression. Strong head yet obviously feminine, a skull that filled my hand, good stop, strong muzzle with good fill at the cheek, large round dark eyes well placed, big teeth/strong scissors bite. Well angulated at both ends, good return of upper arm to match the layback of shoulder, meaty rear-quarters with short hocks. Lovely outline with the slight curves in the right places, good tail set and carriage and she put it altogether when moving as viewed from all angles. She wore a crisp coat of good length and she was pleased to be there. It was my great pleasure to award her.
Cloverwood Ice And Fire
2nd: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Pepper bitch with a striking outline, she too caught my eye immediately, a bitch to be reckoned with. Great length and shape, good tail set and carriage, she covered the ground freely and easily. Pretty head and expression, feminine, dark eye, dark pigment, good mouth. Balanced angulation, short hocks. Good quality crisp coat with ample furnishings.
Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
3rd: Buckley's Ch. German Dandies' Violetta German Dandies' Violetta
Res: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine
VHC: Jacka-Slater's Cloverwood Duchess May Cloverwood Duchess May
Henry's Trinzy Hair N'Graces Trinzy Hair N'Graces

Brace 1st: Davies's Davies's

Team 1st: Stanley's Stanley's

 

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