Scottish Breeds Canine Club

Royal Highland Showground, 30th March 2013. Judge: Mr Frank Kane (Hirontower)

"I enjoyed this good entry with a lot of promising puppies so it was a shame that the puppy classes were mixed."

Best Dog

Reserve Best Dog

Best Bitch & BOB

Reserve Best Bitch

Best Puppy

Kerrush's Inzievar Silver And Gold

Riach's Puddockswell Gilded Imp

Marshall's Dun Eideann First Edition

Chapman-King's Inzievar Sparkling Silver

Chapman-King's Inzievar Sparkling Silver

Veteran Dog or Bitch

1st: Jarvis's Mosterlada Shooting Star

7 years mustard of good length and still sound on the move. Good head proportions but skull a little flat. Good eye colour. Not in her best coat and has lost a little of her topline shape now but she has a lot of type.

Puppy Dog or Bitch

Close call here.

1st: Jarvis's Inzievar Summer Gold

9 months mustard, lovely body shape and carriage, very good quarters, good head proportions. Can tighten a little in front yet but her head and fineness of ear leather just getting her above her brother.

2nd: Kerrush's Inzievar Silver And Gold

Litter brother, excellent movement and good body shape, very good eyes and expression. I preferred foreface and finer ears of 1 but his movement, topline and super coat had great appeal. I thought highly of him and he won BD in the entry.

3rd: Skitt's Deegandan Bede

Junior Dog

1st: Marshall & Skitt's Deegandan Dughall

16 months, good proportions, low set and with good head proportions, fine ears and good eyes. Tailset and carriage could be better, coat needs to clear.

Graduate Dog

1st: Riach's Puddockswell Moon Dance

Pepper of good size and shape, carried well on the move. Needs a little more coat. Head of good proportions.

2nd: MacPherson's Dawsholm Wee Darrick

Good size but carrying too much weight which took away from topline and front movement. Excellent eyes and temperament, good coat.

Open Dog

1st: Riach's Puddockswell Gilded Imp

6 years mustard, smaller, low set dog of good proportions. Tail a little high set. Moves well. Feet and front action could be better. RBD.

Junior Bitch

1st: Chapman-King's Inzievar Sparkling Silver

8 months, beautifully headed pepper, excellent mover, just shapely and in good coat. Just carrying a little puppy fat at present but great breed type, lovely size. Should have a great future with the other youngsters from this breeder. BP & RBB.

2nd: Miller's Puddockswell Moon Whisper at Dryfevalley

14 months, lovely size and type, good head proportions and fine leathers, good eyes. Not the rear movement of 1 but I liked her a lot.

Graduate Bitch

1st: Marshall & Skitt's Dun Eideann Limited Edition

Mustard, lovely type, excellent movement, very good head proportions and bone. Just coming into good coat. I would like her just a touch firmer in body condition but excellent quality and pressed hard later.

2nd: Miller's Puddockswell Truly Scrumptious at Dryfevalley

Sound mover, good coat. I would prefer her a little stronger in foreface. Preferred topline of 1.

3rd: Smith's Glendandy Twinkle Star

Open Bitch

Very good class for depth of quality.

1st: Marshall's Dun Eideann First Edition

Lovely pepper, in great form, full of type and her topline a gentle curve without exaggeration. Very good head proportions and good movement, crisp top coat. Her topknot could be clearer but looked the part here. BOB.

2nd: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Effect

Lovely to go over on the table and full of type but needing a little more confidence on the move and whilst she was very sound just lost the gentleness of topline.

3rd: Ray's Dentgate Sweet Symphony
Res: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Edition
VHC: Smith's Somercloud Starprize at Glendandy