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Three Shires Field, Bannerdown, 25th May 2018. Judge: Mr R Allen.   Best Dog Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Reserve Best Dog Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Best Bitch & BOB Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Reserve Best Bitch Tinsley's Darling Girl at Cloverwood Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Best Veteran Hughes's Maganbar Apple Blossom Puppy Dog 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable BD & BP. Very promising youngster. Good head shape. In good body for age. Coat just coming in. Well muscled quarters. Showed well. Moved ok. Junior Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Strong head and muzzle. In good coat and body condition. Showed well. A bit loose in front movement. Limit Dog 1st: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Showy dog in good muscletone. Good body shape. Big teeth. In good condition. Stood a bit wide in front. Open Dog 1st: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue RBD. Strong skull and muzzle. Good bone. In good coat and condition. Nice outline. Moved ok. Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Darling Girl at Cloverwood RBB. Lovely head and expression. Strong muzzle. Good bone, legs and feet. In good body for age. Very happy outgoing personality. Moved ok. Junior Bitch 1st: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine BB & BOB. Good outline. In excellent coat and condition. Big teeth. Strong head and muzzle. Lovely expression. Excelled in front movement. Showed and handled well. 2nd: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae A showy bitch who was out of coat today. Good bone in legs and feet. Well muscled, moved a bit loose in front. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Open Bitch 1st: Garratt's Cloverwood Wish Upon A Star Strong skull. In good body. Well muscled quarters. Moved and showed ok. Veteran Bitch 1st: Hughes's Maganbar Apple Blossom BV. A happy girl who was in excellent condition. Strong skull. Big white teeth. Moved ok.
Thursday, 24 May 2018 | 1477 hits
Newbury Showground, 2nd June 2018. Judge: Mr Steven Seymour. What a delight. I had lots of quality to go over. All temperaments were so typical and I was very pleased to see the BOB winner placed in such a strong group.   Best Dog Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Reserve Best Dog Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Best Bitch & BOB Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Reserve Best Bitch Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Puppy Dog 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Masculine puppy, lovely balance, large dark eye, good expression, very good skull, well sprung ribcage with correct topline, very good tail carriage, moved well, coat ok. 2nd: Milton's Wilmit Chindit Just 6 mths with very good body shape and excellent coat, strong jaw and good front, moved very well. Junior Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Masculine dog with lovely shape and outline, large skull and very good eye, excellent ribcage, topline and tail carriage very good, shown in hard new coat. BD. 2nd: Greening's Cassencarrie Bertie Gee Smaller type with lovely dark eye and good strong loin, needs more body and maturity, coat could be better, tail carriage a little high. Limit Dog 1st: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Well made dog with good balance, pleasing eye and skull, ribbed well back giving good body shape and topline, correct tail carriage, very good coat. 2nd: Greening's Cassencarrie Bertie Gee Open Dog 1st: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Well balanced masculine dog in excellent coat, lovely eye and expression, very good skull, excellent ribcage, correct topline, good strong mover, today needed a little more animation. Res BD. 2nd: Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill Masculine dog with lovely head and excellent skull, good ribcage, topline was a little flat on the move, coat coule be better, good strong mover. Good Citizenship Dog/Bitch 1st: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Smart bitch with nice outline on the move, good eye and skull shape, ribbed well back, topline and tail carriage correct, out of coat today, nice steady mover. Puppy Bitch 1st: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Feminine puppy with lovely eye and expression, had a good shape on the move and excellent tail carriage, very good coat. 2nd: Tinsley's Darling Girl at Cloverwood Another lovely puppy. A little larger and stronger than first, excellent head, nice eye, well made front and good ribcage, coat needs a little work, tail carriage a touch high. 3rd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Res: Davies's Birbrinda Felicia Junior Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Strongly made young bitch with very good profile gait. Large eye, feminine expression, very good bone, ribcage needs to fill a little, excellent topline, good tail carriage, coat a little soft. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Good bitch with lovely large head, good eyes and strong jaw, very good ribcage and correct topline and good tail carriage, movement could be stronger. 2nd: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae 3rd: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona Limit Bitch 1st: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Open Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Well balanced bitch of excellent type with lovely outline standing and moving, large dark eye, very good skull, big ribcage of good length allowing the correct topline with lovely tail carriage, not quite in coat today but good enough, lovely strong mover. BOB. So pleased to see her placed in such a strong group.
Friday, 01 June 2018 | 1401 hits
Malvern, 7th June 2018. Judge: Mr Peter Bakewell.   Dog CC Deacon's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Reserve Dog CC Perry's Mishahda Nothing Compares at Pogleswood Bitch CC & BOB Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Reserve Bitch CC Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Puppy Dog 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable A lovely youngster full of quality, good type, well balanced with good outline, good head correct portions, good eye and expression, soundly made quarters fore and aft, nicely made body, good tail. Moved very well. Best Puppy. 2nd: Milton's Wilmit Chindit A nicely made 6 month old, pleasing in outline and overall balance, nice head and expression, nicely made body, good hindquarters. Moved well. Junior Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Good head and eye, nice neck, shoulders and forequarters, nice ribs and body, good hindquarters. Pleasing in outline and overall balance. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Perry's Mishahda Nothing Compares at Pogleswood A masculine dog, head correctly proportioned, strong jaw, good stop, nice eye and expression, nice neck and shoulder, good ribs and body, nice hindquarters, well presented with good outline. Moved well. Res CC. 2nd: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale Pleasing in head and eye, well bodied, nice hindquarters. Moved ok, but turns feet out. Limit Dog 1st: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Good size, well balanced with good outline, nice head and expression, well made body, good hindquarters, moved well. 2nd: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Good head, eye and expression, good shoulder and forequarters, nicely made body, pleasing in outline and overall balance. Open Dog 1st: Deacon's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again A soundly made quality dog of good type, good head correctly proportioned, good eye and expression, nice neck, good quarters, fore and aft, good rib, well made body, well balanced with good outline. Moved well. CC. 2nd: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Well balanced and pleasing in outline, good head and ears, dark eye, nice body, strong hindquarters, moved well. Puppy Bitch 1st: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill A promising youngster, feminine, good head, eye and expression, nice neck and shoulders, good quarters fore and aft, nice ribs and body, moved and showed well. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Nice head and expression, nice quarters fore and aft, pleasing in outline and overall balance. 3rd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Res: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Junior Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae A nicely made bitch, pleasing in outline, nice quarters fore and aft, moved well. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine A soundly made bitch, good overall balance, head correctly proportioned with nice expression, nice shoulders and quarters, good ribs and body moved well. 2nd: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae 3rd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Sophie Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit A soundly made quality bitch who was so full of herself, well balanced with good outline, good type, head correct proportions with dark expressive eye, good shoulders and forequarters, good feet, well ribbed, nicely made body and length, good hindquarters, showed and moved very well. CC and Best Of Breed 2nd: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Another quality bitch of good type, feminine, good head and eye, nice neck, good shoulders and forequarters, nicely made body, good topline and tail. Moved and showed well. Res CC. 3rd: Jacka-Slater's Cloverwood Duchess May Res: Garratt's Cloverwood Wish Upon A Star
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 | 1672 hits
THE DANDIE DINMONT TERRIER CLUB (“DDTC”) GDPR Privacy Notice 1. Introduction 1.1. DDTC is committed to protecting your personal information and respecting your privacy. 1.2. This Privacy Notice sets out the basis on which any personal data that we collect from or about you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us. 1.3. For the purpose of the General Data Protection Regulation, the data controller is DDTC and the Club is contactable via its Honorary Secretary. 1.4. We may update this Privacy Notice from time to time. Any changes we make in the future will be posted on our website at www.ddtc.co.uk Please check back regularly to see any updates or changes to this Policy. 2. Data Protection Contact 2.1. The contact details for our Secretary for any data protection queries is as follows: 2.1.1. email - mt.ballarat@gmail.com 2.1.2. telephone - 01524 419253 3. Data Protection Principles We will comply with data protection law. This says that the personal information we hold about you must be: 1. Used lawfully, fairly and in a transparent way. 2. Collected only for valid purposes that we have clearly explained to you and not used in any way that is incompatible with those purposes. 3. Relevant to the purposes we have told you about and limited only to those purposes. 4. Accurate and kept up to date. 5. Kept only as long as necessary for the purposes we have told you about. 6. Kept securely. 4. Particulars of processing 4.1. We process personal data about members, judges, ring stewards and competitors/exhibitors and spectators to our events. More detail is provided in the Particulars of Processing that are set out in the Annex to this Privacy Notice. 5. Your rights as a data subject 5.1. We process personal data about members, judges, ring stewards and competitors/exhibitors and spectators to our events. More detail is provided in the Particulars of Processing that are set out in the Annex to this Privacy Notice. 5.2. The General Data Protection Regulation provides the following rights (subject to some exemptions): 5.2.1. The right to request access to the personal data that we hold about you; 5.2.2. The right to request rectification of the personal data that we hold about you; 5.2.3. The right to request erasure of the personal data that we hold about you; 5.2.4. The right to request restriction of processing about you; 5.2.5. The right to object to processing; and 5.2.6. The right to data portability. If at any point you believe the information we process on you is incorrect, incomplete or out of date then please let us know and we will make sure that your data is corrected. If you wish to raise a complaint on how we have handled your personal data, you can contact our Secretary at the details provided in Section 2 above. If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are processing your personal data not in accordance with the law you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) full contact details for which can be found at https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/ 6. How we will use information about you We will only use your personal information when the law allows us to. ?Most commonly, we will use your personal information in the following circumstances: 1. Where we need to perform the contract we have entered into with you. 2. Where we need to comply with a legal obligation. 3. Where it is necessary for our legitimate interests (or those of a third party) and your interests and fundamental rights do not override those interests. We may also use your personal information in the following situations, which are likely to be rare: 1. Where we need to protect your interests (or someone else's interests). 2. Where it is needed in the public interest [or for official purposes]. 6.1. We will generally process your personal data for contractual necessity in providing membership services and events. We may also use personal information for additional relevant and related purposes where you might reasonably expect us to do so, where the benefits of doing so are not outweighed by your own interests or fundamental rights or freedoms. The law calls this the “Legitimate Interests” condition for processing. This may include: Maintenance of our records for all administrative purposes, including updating your details and preferences and publishing a list of members. Preparation of the annual Club Handbook Organising judges for our shows and publishing a judges list so that other societies can invite them to judge. Organising stewards and helpers for our shows and other events. Assistance with queries, complaints and dispute resolution; Communications related to membership and invitations to participate in canine market research or canine health studies. Upholding our club constitution and taking action in cases where there is a breach of the Club rules or Codes of Ethics. 6.2. We will ask for your direct consent IF we intend to use your personal data for marketing purposes. Where our processing of personal data is based on your having given consent, you have the right as a data subject to withdraw that consent at any time. If you wish to invoke this right, please notify the Secretary using the contact details set out in Section 2 above. 6.3. You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. In the United Kingdom, the supervisory authority is the Office of the Information Commissioner, full contact details for which can be found at https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/ 7. Recipients of Data 7.1. We may use service providers to help us provide you with our services. Personal data may be transferred to such service providers, who act for or on our behalf, for further processing in accordance with the purpose(s) for which the data was originally collected or may otherwise be lawfully processed. For example show printers who compile schedules and catalogues for us or the Editor of our annual Club Handbook. 7.2. Such third parties will have contracted with us as data processors under the requirements of the GDPR. They are contractually bound to only use personal data for the agreed purpose(s). Relevant persons working for these third parties will have access to your personal data under the terms of the data processor contract, but only to the extent necessary to perform their services for us. 7.3. These data processors agree to implement reasonable contractual and technical protections, to keep your data confidential, not sell your personal data to third parties and to not disclose your personal data to third parties except as may be required by law, as permitted by us or as stated in this Privacy Policy. 7.4. In appropriate circumstances we may disclose data to authorised bodies as required by law. 8. Contact details 8.1. Please contact the Secretary above if you have any questions or concerns about personal data and privacy matters. ANNEX This Annex sets out the DDTC’s processing of personal data relating to members, competitors and exhibitors at our events, judges and stewards. What personal data do we process? Name Address Email address Telephone number Bank account details or credit or debit card details when we are dealing with payments of membership fees, entry fees and fees for adverts in our annual Club handbook Where do we obtain your personal data from? Most of the above personal data is received direct from you (the data subject). However, information may be received from third parties (e.g. a partner where dogs are owned in partnership or where a partner handles administration). Why do we process your personal data and what is the lawful basis? We process your personal data for the following purposes: Purpose Lawful basis Provision of membership services including administration and transactional communications relating to membership and show entries Contractual Necessity Upholding the DDTC Rules and associated Codes of Ethics Contractual Necessity Compliance with Kennel Club Rules and Regulations Contractual Necessity Contacting you by email to provide related information and information Consent Communication with judges and stewards in order to engage them Contractual Necessity We also process personal data for the Club/society’s legitimate interests as we have outlined in paragraph 6 of this Privacy Notice. Please be assured that we will always take account of your personal data rights in doing so. How long do we hold your personal data for? Personal data will be retained in accordance with statutory requirements and Kennel Club requirements and recommendations. Are you obliged to provide us with your personal data? You are not obliged to provide the personal data in question. However, if you do not provide the personal data, we are unlikely to be able to perform any contract we have with you for the provision of membership or event services. Recipients of your personal data We disclose data to the following third parties in line with section 6 of our main Privacy Policy, for the purposes of conducting DDTC business: The Kennel Club will hold the personal data of officers of the Club as a part of the implementation of Kennel Club Rules and Regulations. We provide the Kennel Club with details of DDTC officers and Challenge Certificate winners at our events in order to meet the requirements of the Kennel Club Rules and Regulations. We publish details of the guarantors of our shows in show schedules and catalogues. We provide show entrants’ data to our show printer for inclusion in the show catalogue. We provide members’ data and judges’ data to the editor of our annual Club Handbook for inclusion in that handbook. Do we use your data for any automated decision-making? No personal data is processed for automated decision-making.
Monday, 11 June 2018 | 3928 hits
Springwood Park, Kelso, 17th June 2018. Judge: Mrs Sarah Shield (Dentgate). It was a great honour to be invited to judge my first championship show at Border Union and my sincere thanks goes to the committee for asking me. I would also like to thank all the exhibitors for bringing their dogs along - it was great to judge so many Dandies. It was also lovely to so many puppies. Overall I felt that coats and heads were strong, however I was a little disappointed in the lack of ground cover in movement and the lack of femininity in the bitches head.   Dog CC Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill Reserve Dog CC Milton's Wilmit Chindit Bitch CC & BOB Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Effect Reserve Bitch CC Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Best Puppy Milton's Wilmit Chindit Puppy Dog 1st: Milton's Wilmit Chindit Lovely pepper dog, young but with everything in the right place, good angulation and ground covering movement. Lovely dark eyes and expression. Has the makings of a super dog, one to watch with interest. 2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate Mustard dog with lovely head lacks a little of the angulation of first place also needs a little time to mature. 3rd: Campbell Black's Puddockswell Buster Brown Res: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Novice Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale Mustard dog good head and pencilled coat, movement a little close behind just needs time to be stronger. 2nd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Nice head and dark eyes could have had more coat today. Unfortunately today he moved a little unsteady on the grass. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Hubbard & Miller's Dryfevalley Johnny Fox Mustard dog good length, masculine head and good coat texture. On the day movement wasn't shown to full potential, shame. 2nd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Limit Dog 1st: Miller & Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen Pepper dog lovely top line and in a good pencilled coat. Today he didn't show his full movement on the grass, shame. Open Dog 1st: Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill Pepper dog with strong masculine head and in good coat. Could have more reach in front legs when on the move. Puppy Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Lovely Mustard bitch great topline, length and feminine head. Really good ground covering movement. Potential star when fully mature and very well handled. 2nd: Miller's Dryfevalley Jitterbug Mustard bitch in good coat, a lovely head and expression. Just lacked the length of 1st but a nice bitch. 3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Res: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Madame Bovary VHC: Murphy's Dryfevalley Boogie Woogie Junior Bitch 1st: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Mustard bitch in good coat and moved actively forward. She has a strong head would like her to look more feminine. 2nd: Sleight & Dixon's Mishahda Where It All Began Pepper bitch good pencilled coat and dark eye. Novice Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Mustard bitch in good coat and moved actively forward. She has a strong head would like her to look more feminine. 2nd: Bell's Reidswire Lady Bryghte Pepper Bitch lovely head and expression just lacked a bit of balance between front and rear. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Riach's Puddockswell Shadow Weaver Pepper bitch nice length and topline, moved well. Good head but could be more feminine. 2nd: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona Pepper Bitch with good length of body and coat. Correct head could be more feminine and the loin was a little long which affects her movement. 3rd: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Margarita Pracatan Limit Bitch 1st: Miller's Dryfevalley Miss Muffet Mustard bitch with a lovely coat, nice length and moved well just lacks a little angulation in the shoulder. 2nd: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Mustard bitch small but correct just a bit shorter than 1st. 3rd: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Hocus Pocus Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Pepper bitch with good length of body, in good coat and moved well. Would have liked to see a more feminine head. 2nd: Saville's Ire Ch. Puddockswell Maudie Mack at Darcellie Pepper bitch nice topline and moved well. 1st just had more length in the body. Veteran Bitch 1st: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Effect Mustard bitch lovely head and feminine expression. Lovely topline with great angulation which then allows her to move freely forward with a ground covering movement. She was also in great coat. 2nd: Kinsey-Morgan's Inzievar Gold Edition Mustard bitch small but correct just lacked the length of 1st.
Saturday, 16 June 2018 | 1692 hits
Tait Hall, Kelso, 16th June 2018. Judge: Mrs Zena Thorn-Andrews.   Dog CC Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill Reserve Dog CC Milton's Wilmit Chindit Bitch CC & BIS Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Reserve Bitch CC Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Best Puppy Milton's Wilmit Chindit Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Milton's Wilmit Chindit Puppy Dog 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable 2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate 3rd: Campbell Black's Puddockswell Buster Brown Junior Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Special Yearling Dog 1st: Cox-Purcell's German Dandies' Zampano at Puddockswell 2nd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Novice Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale 2nd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Graduate Dog 1st: Hubbard & Miller's Dryfevalley Johnny Fox 2nd: Cavanagh's Cloverwood Blazing Gun 3rd: Denham's Dentgate Aramis Postgraduate Dog 1st: Small's Bettymac Dram O'Dalwhinnie at Rothesdandy Limit Dog 1st: Cox-Purcell's German Dandies' Zampano at Puddockswell Open Dog 1st: Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill 2nd: Miller & Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen with Dryfevalley 3rd: Campbell Black's Puddockswell Buster Brown Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter 2nd: Miller's Dryfevalley Jitterbug 3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astori at Waffelin Res: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Puppy Bitch 1st: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Madam Bovary 2nd: Percy's Alastriona Jeanie Deans 3rd: Tinsley's Darling Girl at Cloverwood Res: Davies's Birbrinda Felicia Junior Bitch 1st: Sleight & Dixon's Mishahda Where It All Began 2nd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Special Yearling Bitch 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lady Bryghte 2nd: Miller's Dryfevalley Miss Muffet Novice Bitch 1st: Adamson's Deegandan Flora 2nd: Roberts de Fernandez's Bettymac Tootie Fruitie Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona 2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Shadow Weaver 3rd: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Margarita Pracatan Limit Bitch 1st: Cox-Purcell's MyDan'd Wonderful Red Dragon at Puddockswell 2nd: Russell's Hawkesmill Karamel 3rd: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit 2nd: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire 3rd: Jacka-Slater's Cloverwood Duchess May Res: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine VHC: Henry's Trinzy Hair N'Graces
Friday, 15 June 2018 | 769 hits
Redwood Park, Inskip, 22nd June 2018. Judge: Mrs Frances Chapman-King (Inzievar).   Dog CC Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Reserve Dog CC Bamber's Dentgate Mutuca Indicolite Bitch CC & BOB Buckley's Ch. German Dandies' Violetta Reserve Bitch CC Miller's Dryfevalley Miss Muffet Postgraduate Dog 1st: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Classy young pepper dog of excellent quality and type. Exccellent head, strong skull and foreface, dark expressive eyes. Profuse topknot. Good neck running in to clean well laid shoulder; good bone, legs and feet. Ribbed up, correct flowing topline and outline, sound all ways and holding his topline on the move. Not in his best jacket today, but could not be denied the CC. 2nd: Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady Well handled pepper with a good head and strong muzzle, good eye and expression. Strong bone, long and flexible in body and good outline. Well set on, shown in good coat and presentation. Preferred head properties and shoulder placement of 1. Moved out well. Limit Dog 1st: Bamber's Dentgate Mutuca Indicolite Typical pepper who appealed for his overall type and stylish sound movement. Good head, dark eye, big nose and strong muzzle, large teeth and correct scissor bite. Good layback, well ribbed, shapely body and topline. Shown in good coat. Carrying a touch too much weight. In the challenge, preferred the head properties of the CC winner. Res CC. Open Dog 1st: Miller & Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen Typical pepper with an appealing head and eye. Good strong skull and muzzle, large teeth and nose, good topknot. OK in forehand, well ribbed, well off for bone, good body, shapely and holding his topline, well set on. Would benefit from ring training to bring out the best in him. Would not cooperate with his handler on the move and this cost him. Needs to tighten and muscle up behind. In good coat. Junior Bitch 1st: Brown's Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady Pretty and feminine pepper bitch with a lovely head and eye. OK in forehand. Low to ground and good length of shapely body. Good bone. In good coat and order. Moved out fairly well. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Typical feminine pepper with a pleasing head and expression. Good mouth and big nose, good bone and well laid shoulder. Ribbed up and shown in good crisp coat and condition. Shapely body. Moved true all ways. 2nd: Hosie's Duneideann New Beginnings for Hosarvar Heavier made mustard with a lovely head and expression. Low to ground and strong bone. Good textured coat and moved true. Junior Bitch 1st: Miller's Dryfevalley Miss Muffet Typical feminine mustard bitch with excellent head properties, strong skull and muzzle, large teeth, dark expressive eyes. OK in forehand, ribbed up, of good length and shapely body. In very good coat dense and crisp, profuse topknot. Well angulated quarters, good bone, moved out fairly well. Res CC. Open Bitch 1st: Buckley's Ch. German Dandies' Violetta Most pleasing and typical mustard, shown in good coat and condition. Lovely head and eye, strong skull and muzzle, large teeth. Good neck and layback, well ribbed, long and low to ground, shapely body. Flowing topline and outline - held on the move. Well angulated and muscled behind. Moved soundly. Well handled. CC & BOB. 2nd: Henry's Trinzy Hair N'Graces Good size mustard bitch who is shapely and a super showgirl. Shown in good coat and order, moved out well. Good head and eye, well ribbed, well angulated quarters. Not quite the forehand of 1.
Thursday, 21 June 2018 | 1622 hits
Home Park, Windsor, 29th June 2018. Judge: Mr Frank Kane. A sporting acceptance of a replacement judge, and I'm sure you will all join me in wishing Mr Stephenson a speedy recovery. Many thanks to my Stewards Mrs A and Miss L Hill.   Dog CC Deacon's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Reserve Dog CC Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Bitch CC & BOB Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire Reserve Bitch CC Henry's Trinzy Hair N'Graces Best Puppy Milton's Wilmit Chindit Puppy Dog 1st: Milton's Wilmit Chindit 7 months lovely body shape and proportions and scored in front here and in movement. His muzzle is a little long for balance. Carries an excellent topline and a good mover. Ears a touch heavy. BP. 2nd: Tinsley's Cloverwood Non Negotiable Mustard of 8 months, better head than the winner and a lovely body for rib and coat. At the moment he needs to develop in front and this showed in his front action. Should finish very well. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale 18 months top size and a little heavy in head which is of good proportions. In good coat. His front and front action need to strengthen. Good rear action. Limit Dog 1st: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish 2 years old of correct size, a little flat in topline leading to a high set tail. Good rear angulation. A little wide in front. Head of good proportions. In good coat. Open Dog 1st: Deacon's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again 4 years mustard, winner of this class on his front action. Excellent head and eye, but his ears are a little heavy. Good front, rib, coat and movement. His topline is a little exaggerated for my taste but he was a comfortable winner of the DCC. 2nd: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia High quality 3 years, old who won this place on his body shape and carriage. He has good coat and a good rear. Tail a little long. I would prefer his foreface a little shorter for perfect balance but he lacks furnishing there at the moment which did not help him. RDCC. 3rd: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Puppy Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 7 months, beautiful head and eyes and strongly boned and the best mover of the class. She is a little soft in topline. Her ears are a little heavy. Top size but full of type, especially with that beautiful head and those eyes. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Smaller mustard little sister who has a very good head and eye. Low slung body and good bone and feet. Not the topline or front action of the winner. 3rd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Junior Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae 13 months, lovely quality and type with correct body shape with good chest and bone and fee. Coat coming in nicely. Excellent rise to skull and lovely eyes, lovely ears, fine and hanging correctly, missing in many. I'd prefer a little more strength to the muzzle but she has time for that. Top quality and pressed hard for the RBCC. Beautifully presented. 2nd: Bainbridge's Ceilmear's White Star Beauty 13 months smaller bitch of good body shape and in good coat. A little wide in front action. Feminine head but not the rise of skull of the winner. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae 2nd: Sheppard's Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine 18 months, beautifully headed bitch who has a good front and excellent bone, rib and coat. Her topline is a little flat and need more fall over the croup. Not the firmness in rear of the winner. Excellent presentation. 3rd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Sophie Res: Johnson & Stanford's Incantocani Florenza Limit Bitch 1st: Russell's Hawkesmill Karamel 2 years, mustard, not in her best coat but a good body shape and a good mover. I would prefer more rise of skull. Open Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire 2 years, lovely size and shape without exaggeration and held on the move. In excellent coat. Beautiful head and eyes. Very good front, she moves well at both ends. In very good coat. BCC won BOB on topline and ears. 2nd: Henry's Trinzy Hair N'Graces 22 months very good head and eyes and has excellent movement. She is a little exaggerated in topline for my interpretation. Not in the coat of the winner on the day. RBCC. 3rd: Jacka-Slater's Cloverwood Duchess May
Thursday, 28 June 2018 | 2179 hits
Harewood House, 29th July 2018. Judge: Mr Jim McGhie.   Best Dog Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Reserve Best Dog Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Best Bitch & BOB Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Reserve Best Bitch Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Best Puppy Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Puppy Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin 10 month mustard with a good head, good strong neck, nicely sprung ribs, good topline, ok on the move. 2nd: Milton's Wilmit Chindit 8 month pepper less mature, decent head, good neck good body length, nice tail carriage. Open Dog 1st: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Good head eye and ear, muscular neck, correct topline that was held on the move. strong quarters. Puppy Bitch 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Sweet pup, good skull, nice dark eye, well ribbed body, topline and tail carriage correct. 2nd: Deegan's Dariant I'Bastet of Deegandan Good head, good length of neck, ample rib, muscular quarters. 3rd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter Junior Bitch 1st: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Nicely balanced bitch with a good head and expression, correct topline and tailset moved ok. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Feminine bitch with a good outline, good front. well laid shoulders , muscular neck of good length, well ribbed body with muscular loin, good tailset, good bend of stiffle. well let down hocks, strong quarters moved well, nicely presented. 2nd: Dawson's Deegandan Bewitched Decent head, strong neck, nice ribs and body moved ok. 3rd: Atkinson's Hullpride Cultured Betty Open Bitch 1st: Atkinson's Kingcottage Abilene West Pepper bitch of good type, good head, good length of neck, well ribbed body, strong hindquarters.
Sunday, 29 July 2018 | 1443 hits
East of England Showground, 6th July 2018. Judge: Mr Paul W Osbourne. Thank you to the exhibitors for your entries, for what was my first appointment at this level, albeit without CCs. Unfortunately it was a very hot day which no doubt led to absentees, I was also informed that there was a Club Championship show on the following day. Thank you to my two stewards, Roger and Linda who kept things moving.   Best Dog & BOB Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Reserve Best Dog Hubbard & Miller's Dryfevalley Johnny Fox Best Bitch Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Reserve Best Bitch Hubbard's Bonnybeck Chrystal Cascade at Crackerdog Best Puppy Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Puppy Dog/Bitch 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin 10 month old mustard male, apparently only recently arriving in this country which had an effect on his coat, well proportioned head, with a broad skull, strong in muzzle, large eyes of good colour, straight front, deep chest, would have preferred a tighter elbow, correct length to back with rise over loin and fall away to tail, good muscle for age, well let down hocks, was a true mover fore and aft. BD, BOB, BP. 2nd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin 10 month pepper bitch, litter sister to the winner, on first inspection thought would be my winner, excelled in head, strong in neck into well laid shoulders, straight front, good depth of chest for age, straight front, tighter elbows than her brother, good length of back, adequate bend of stifle, tail carried well, unfortunately was un cooperative with her owner, moved better in the challenge, BB. Open Dog/Bitch 1st: Hubbard's Bonnybeck Chrystal Cascade at Crackerdog Three year old mustard bitch, feminine head of correct proportions, correct ear, good neck and shoulders, would have preferred a straighter front, would benefit from shorter nails, sufficient depth of chest, tight elbows, good shape to back with rise across the loin, adequate rear with well let down hocks, would have preferred better tail carriage. 2nd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Fourteen month mustard bitch, lost out on overall shape and balance to one, good head proportions, not the depth of chest of one, another who would benefit from attention to nails, reasonable length to back but lacked rise over the loin, good rear, better tail carriage then one, moved OK. Special Beginners 1st: Hubbard & Miller's Dryfevalley Johnny Fox Two year old mustard male, reasonable masculine head, good shoulders, tight elbows, would have preferred more rise over the loin, reasonable rear angles, would have preferred better tail carriage, moved Ok.
Thursday, 05 July 2018 | 1499 hits

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