CDDTC Championship Show

The Tait Hall, Kelso, 21st June 2015. Judge: Mr Keith Derry (Vistca).

Thank you to all those who entered the show and particularly the atmosphere generated throughout the show, it made such a difference. I must also give a very big thank you to the other Officers and committee for their unstinting work in the planning and execution of the whole show the same to my very efficient stewards who were always keeping me on the go. As always I was looking for Balance and Shape coupled with Sound movement and good muscle tone, sadly in many not always present. In particular Top lines were a concern as were the numerous high set tails. I observed two dandies with missing Premolars and Dental health was a concern in too many, with the number of products on the market one would not expect to be looking at high levels of tartar, both unsightly and left too long painful. On the whole coats were good.

 

Dog CC & BIS

Reserve Dog CC

Bitch CC

Reserve Bitch CC

Best Puppy

Best Veteran

Kerrush's Inzievar Silver And Gold

Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill

Chapman-King, Kinsey-Morgan & Hislop's Ch. Inzievar Sparkling Silver

Tinsley's Cloverwood Drama Queen

Sleight's Bonnybeck Shimmering Brook

Riach's Puddockswell Gilded Imp


Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Skitt & Stanford's Dainty Dandies King Of My Castle
8 month mustard, nice length of neck into well laid shoulders, good length, good rear construction, moved very well, coat coming and crisp.

Puppy Dog 1st: Booth's Borderstone Kingman
9 month pepper. Good front, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, nice shape spoilt by tail set, moved well.
2nd: Small's Bettymac Dram O'Dalwhinnie
11 month mustard, does not need to grow on, good front, very unsettled on the move.

Junior Dog 1st: Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
16 month pepper, took the eye on entering the ring, nice balance and shape, masculine throughout, solid construction with deep chest, in excellent coat and condition, presented and moved well. RCC.
2nd: Small's Bettymac Dram O'Dalwhinnie

Special Yearling Dog 1st: Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill

Novice Dog 1st: Drake & Skitt's Deegandan Reiver to Tollcross
Mustard, deep chest, nice length, crisp coat, moved well.
2nd: Meadows's Florencemoon Meadow Sun
Mustard, nice shape but would have liked more of him, in good coat and moving well.

Graduate Dog 1st: Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
2nd: Sleight's Bonnybeck Moonlight Bay
Mustard, nice shape and balance, strong masculine head, good front and rear construction, moved well.
3rd: Buckley's Dentgate Celebration
Res: Doyle's Dentgate Jackfrost at Ilexquercus

Limit Dog 1st: Coleman's Deegandan Edwin
Pepper, nice balance and shape, dark eye, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, deep chest, sound construction, nice top line both standing and on the moved, moved well.
2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Moon Dance
Pepper, nice balance and shape, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, good front and rear, masculine, moved well.
3rd: Bell's Hawkesmill Indigo from Reidswire

Open Dog 1st: Kerrush's Inzievar Silver And Gold
Pepper, quality a plenty, correct shape and balance, soundly constructed, masculine head on to good length of neck which flowed into well laid shoulders, good top line both standing and on the move, presented in excellent condition without any exaggeration. CC and BIS.
2nd: Tinsley's German Dandies' Terence Hill at Cloverwood
Mustard, nice shape, strong head with dark eye, good front, presented in good condition.
3rd: Bromley's Mishahda Volcanic Storm

Veteran Dog 1st: Riach's Puddockswell Gilded Imp
Mustard, nice shape and balance, good depth of chest, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, good topline, sound construction, in good condition, sound movement. Best Veteran.
2nd: Saville's Int/Ire Ch. Puddockswell Grey Granite for Daiszana
Pepper, well constructed, deep chest, in very good coat moved well.
3rd: Hansford's Cassencarrie Bonnie Lad

Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Bell's Dandiroyal Rita Skeeter
8 months, mustard, feminine head with dark eye to tone, good front and rear construction with deep chest, nice length, moved very well.
2nd: Bromley's Mishahda Vibrant Amber
8 month mustard, nice shape, feminine, good length and nice shape moved well.
3rd: Shore's Mishahda Golden Chestnut at Swanwillow
Res: Cox-Purcell's Dryfevalley Truly Violet

Puppy Bitch 1st: Sleight's Bonnybeck Shimmering Brook
8 months pepper, nice balance and shape, good head with dark eye, good front construction with deep chest, presented and handled well, moved with confidence. Best Puppy.
2nd: Hubbard's Bonnybeck Chrystal Cascade
8 month mustard, feminine, nice balance and shape good rear construction coat coming well, moved well.
3rd: Small's Hjarta Mistress Of Loch Dhu

Junior Bitch 1st: Milton's Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Dark pepper, balanced with correct shape, feminine head with dark eye, soundly constructed both front and rear, correct top line, presented in excellent condition and moved well. In real contention in the challenge, one to watch.
2nd: Denham's Alltallach Early Snow Drop
Pepper, very similar qualities to 1, balanced with correct shape, soundly constructed, presented and handled well, moved well.
3rd: Saville's Puddockswell Dot Cotton at Darcelle

Special Yearling Bitch 1st: Miller's Dryfevalley Minnie The Minx
Mustard, nice shape, feminine head with dark eye, good front and rear construction, presented in excellent coat, moved well.
2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Shadow Weaver
Pepper, balanced with good front and rear construction, in between coats but what is coming is good texture, moved well.
3rd: Saville's Puddockswell Dot Cotton at Darcelle
Res: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Hocus Pocus

Novice Bitch 1st: Skitt's Deegandan Dora
Pepper, feminine head, good front construction, excellent coat, moved well.
2nd: Allan's Dalmuster Serene Princess
Mustard, good front construction, in good condition, could do a lot better on the move.
3rd: Roberts de Fernandez's Bettymac Tootie Fruitie

Graduate Bitch 1st: King's Bonnybeck Delilah Creek
Mustard, deep chest, good front and rear construction, moved well.
2nd: Dunipace's Hawkesmill Iolanthe
Pepper, feminine head, good front construction, not moving good today, coat coming.

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Skitt & Marshall's German Dandies' Trixibelle
Mustard, nice balance and shape, sound construction, crisp coat, moved well.

Limit Bitch 1st: Chapman-King's Inzievar Gold Spark
Mustard, feminine head with dark eye, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, deep chest, soundly constructed, good top line both standing and on the move, moved very well, presented and handled well.
2nd: Tinsley's Cloverwood Totally Devoted
Pepper, posses many of the attributes of 1, feminine head with darl eye to tone, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, sound construction, crisp coat, in good condition, moved well.
3rd: Denham's Dentgate Fire Opal
Res: Russell's Hawkesmill Ishbelle
VHC: Dunipace's Hawkesmill Iolanthe

Open Bitch 1st: Chapman-King, Kinsey-Morgan & Hislop's Ch. Inzievar Sparkling Silver
Pepper, quality, correct balance and shape, soundly constructed with deep chest, feminine throughout, in excellent coat and condition, flowed around the ring. CC.
2nd: Tinsley's Cloverwood Drama Queen
Pepper, many of the attributes of 1 a very difficult decision but just preferred the movement of 1. RCC.
3rd: Jarvis's Inzievar Summer Gold at Mosterlada
Res: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Effect
VHC: Kurg's Etsill Skara Brae

Veteran Bitch 1st: Buckley's Puddockswell Sweet Phoebe
Mustard, nice balance, feminine head, soundly constructed which showed on the move, in good coat.
2nd: Chapman-King's Inzievar Gold Edition
Mustard, nice shape, moved well, in between coats.
3rd: Jarvis's Mosterlada Shooting Star

Special Beginners Dog 1st: Roberts's Cloverwood Paddington
Masculine, good length of neck into well laid shoulders, good length and good rear construction.