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Staffordshire County Showground, 6th April 2019. Judge: Mr Martin Phillips.   Dog CC & BOB Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster Reserve Dog CC Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Bitch CC Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Reserve Bitch CC Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Best Puppy Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris Best Veteran Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Miss Grace at Pennywave Junior Dog 1st: Curran's Clydeheath's Double O'Seven 14 mth old pepper, pleasing head and strength with good expression, ok for shoulder and body, just needs to drop in chest, good outline, needs more training, good on the move when settled. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale 2 yrs old, good type, good bone without coarseness. Liked his head and clean front, ok for body, moved out well. 2nd: Rayner's Reidswire Border Battlecry to Rubegud Overall again a nice type, good length of body, head and expression ok, would like a little more bone with a better outline, excellent quarters, in good coat. 3rd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Wilmit Hawkeye Pierce at Lanleadane Res: Fear's Barely Legal Coconut Caramel at Ceilmear Limit Dog 1st: Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady Good type with nice head and expression, strong jaw, pleasing neck and front, strong body with good shape, hindquarters well muscled, which he uses on the move, well handled and presented. 2nd: Gnatyuk's Dariant Chelentano Good shape standing, well balanced all through, pleasing head with good shape, sound on the move, would like a better coat. Open Dog 1st: Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster Top quality male, true Dandie type, standing and moving, balanced all way through, correct Dandie head with right expression, clean all the way through with correct body shape, very sound on the move with good extension back and forth, holding his topline, presented as always in top form. CC and BOB. 2nd: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Again lovely quality, a worthy champion, lovely head with strength, built correctly, in excellent coat, very sound on the move, would just like more body today. Res CC. 3rd: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Res: Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith VHC: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Veteran Dog/Bitch 1st: Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Miss Grace at Pennywave 10 yr old bitch in top form, lovely make and shape, so sound on the move for her age, in good coat, excellent bite and well worthy champion. Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Very promising puppy, very good type, nice bone for size, good coat texture, good on the move, one for the future. Puppy Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 11 mth old pepper, took my eye for her overall good type and shape, lovely head with correct expression, good body for age, holding shape on the move with good extension back and forth, handled well and presented. BP. 2nd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Norma Jeane Baker di Luna Caprese at Lanleadane Good make and shape, liked her size and bone, pleasing head, ok for front assembly with good spring of rib, true on the move. 3rd: Bell's Dryfevalley Gala Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Good type, good strength of skull, correct eye and jaw, good in neck and front with good body and topline, good in coat, very sound on the move, looked the part. RCC. 2nd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Feminine bitch, lovely quality and type, pleasing head with good eye and jaw, correct bone for size, very strong behind, lost to first on front extension, good future. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lady Bryghte 2 yr old, balanced bitch of good type, liked her head and her overall make and shape, good spring of rib, strong in quarters, in lovely coat, covers the ring on the move. 2nd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Pleasing to go over, good Dandie type, head shape and make good, good front assembly, body shape good with angles behind, sound. 3rd: Brown's Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady Res: Fear's Ceilmear's Total Chancer VHC: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell Limit Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: Youngs's Dentgate Opal 5 yr old pepper/salt, nice quality bitch, pleasing to go over, ok for front assembly, would like more extension from behind, but an honest bitch. Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Pepper/salt, 5 yrs old, excellent type, carrying all the virtues of a quality bitch. Liked her head, down to her tail, correct topline standing and moving, sound on the move, in good order, pleased to head I was the first to judge her as a puppy, giving her RCC and BP. Now 28 CCs later, well deserved. BCC. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream
Saturday, 06 April 2019 | 939 hits
Cricklade Village Hall, 14th April 2019. Judge: Mrs Sandra Pretari Hickson (King's Mtn). Thank you to the Officers and Committee of the Southern Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club for inviting me to judge. Thanks too to my able stewards Laura Noble and Allen Youngs who kept me on track and made my job much easier. And special thanks to the exhibitors who honoured me with their entries. I had looked forward to this day for a long time.   Best Dog Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Reserve Best Dog Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady Best Bitch & BIS Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Reserve Best Bitch Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Veteran Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Best Vintage Bird's Etsill Shapinsay Sound with Birbrinda Puppy Dog 1st: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy Lovely, long puppy with a pleasing outline and correct jacket. Very nice head and expression with correct proportions, correct scissors bite. Would have like him to move out with more confidence but that should come with experience. Still moved well enough for me to see he was built correctly and overall a very promising puppy whose length should be coveted. Junior Dog 1st: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy Novice Dog 1st: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy 2nd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Wilmit Hawkeye Pierce at Lanleadane Nice dog of good length. I would have preferred his rise back a little more over the loin. Pleasing eye with good pigment. Lovely jacket and good angles for and aft. Missing a tooth. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Rayner's Reidswire Border Battlecry to Rubegud Beautiful head and expression with correct 3/5 proportions and lovely dark pigment. Skull filled the hand. Correct angulation fore and aft giving him lovely free movement. Nice crisp jacket of correct length. 2nd: Fear's Barely Legal Coconut Caramel at Ceilmear Limit Dog 1st: Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady Good length, lovely outline with rise in the correct place. Correct front and rear angulation which gave him lovely free movement. Good forechest that filed your hand. Nice crisp jacket. Masculine head with correct proportions and a skull that filled your hand. Correct scissors bite. Good pigment. Deep dark pepper coat. Well trained and presented. 2nd: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Nice pleasing head with correct proportion, dark eye and good pigment. Good length, would have preferred the rise back a bit. Correct crisp coat. Would have preferred stronger rear movement. 3rd: Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith Open Dog 1st: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Gorgeous head with correct 3/5 proportions and a skull that filled your hand. Nice dark eye with good pigment. Strong scissors bite with big teeth. Lovely crispy jacket. Good tailset and carriage with balanced angulation. I would have preferred more length but a lovely dog with many virtues. Clean mover around and down and back. 2nd: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood This dog also had a gorgeous head with correct proportions and large skull with good pigment and a strong muzzle with a lot of fill under the eye. Lovely crisp jacket and silky furnishings. Clean mover around and down and back. I would have preferred more length with a slight topline over the loin. 3rd: Milliner's Ire Ch. Xenon z Roxburku Sun at Millerim Veteran Dog 1st: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Dog of good type, pretty head, good skull, strong muzzle, dark eyes, lovely expression. Good coat. Well trimmed. Special Vintage Dog 1st: Keevil-Bullock & Keevil's Yazga Love The One You're With Lovely crisp jacket. Good head with good body, tail set and carriage. Balanced angulation fore and rear. Pleasing expression with dark eye and pigment. Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida This puppy immediately drew my eye as she was stacked on the ground. Good length with correct outline and a slight rise over the loin. Superb jacket for a puppy of her age. Good front angulation, would have preferred more angle in the rear. Lovely pleasing feminine head and expression, strong muzzle, nice dark eye and pigment and scissors bite. I would have preferred stronger movement from the rear which caused her to have more topline than a I would have like going around but overall a beautiful puppy with many virtues to build upon. She went on to be my Best Bitch and Best In Show. 2nd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Norma Jeane Baker di Luna Caprese at Lanleadane Pretty head and expression with correct proportions and dark eye and pigment. Well balance angles but would have preferred a more shapely outline going around. Junior Bitch 1st: Nicholson & Ness's Lady Gloria of Trebarret at Calmarlin Lovely Jacket and a bitch of good length with correct outline. Balanced angulation front and rear giving her good movement both around and down and back. Would have preferred a stronger head, shorter and stronger muzzle. Beautifully trained and presented. 2nd: Jackman's Dryfevalley Golden Lullaby Good sized bitch with a happy attitude. Nice dark eye and pigment and a good scissors bite. Would have preferred a stronger head, more angulation and a more shapely outline. Novice Bitch 1st: Davies's Birbrinda Felicia A smaller bitch but of good proportions. Very happy and showy. Nice jacket and clean mover around and down and back. Nice dark eye with lovely dark pigment. Muzzle slightly long and narrow. 2nd: Brown's Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady Lovely bitch of good type and length. Balanced angulation front and rear and so strong mover around and down and back. Nice strong head with correct proportions. Undershot. 3rd: Fear's Ceilmear's Total Chancer Res: Keevil-Bullock & Keevil's Yazga Lady Of The Island Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona Lovely long bitch with a correct outline and slight arch over the loin. Pretty feminine head of correct proportion, strong muzzle, good scissors bite. Wonderful angulation giving her strong movement. Nice straight front legs and good amount of forechest because of her good front angulation. In between coats and a bit sparse, but texture could be felt. 2nd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Good length of body with correct proportions. Nicely station bitch with a correct crisp jacket. Lovely head with nice fill under the eye. 3rd: Keevil & Bullock's Yazga Turbulent Indigo Limit Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Lovely pleasing head with correct proportions and strong skull. Nice dark eye with good pigment, strong muzzle with good fill. Of good length and a pleasing shape. Correct jacket. Nicely trimmed. Could have used more angulation but overall a lovely bitch. This would have been my third best bitch. 2nd: Davies's Meriel's Munnings Nice head and expression. Very pretty and pleasing. Correct proportions with good skull that filled the hand. Would have preferred a lower tail set and carriage, more length and a more weasely outline. Open Bitch 1st: Milliner's Dandiroyal Ferrywiggle at Millerim Very athletic little bitch of good length and good shape. Very well built and could do her job, probably does as her conditioning would reflect. Beautiful front and rear angulation. Out of coat. 2nd: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies Royal Dutch Emma Lenacourt Nice jacket of correct length and texture. Pretty pleasing head with a dark eye, good pigment and strong muzzle. Well trimmed. Would have preferred more length and less topline with a slight arch and less leg. 3rd: Jackman's Dryfevalley Golden Lullaby Special Vintage Bitch 1st: Bird's Etsill Shapinsay Sound with Birbrinda Mustard bitch of good type with a lovely wise expression. Correct jacket and in lovely condition. Pretty head with a good skull.
Sunday, 14 April 2019 | 1005 hits
Newchurch Parish Hall, Culcheth, 21st April 2019. Judge: Ms Rachel Pearce (Alkinra).   Best Dog Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Reserve Best Dog Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Best Bitch & BIS Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Reserve Best Bitch Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Best Puppy Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris Best Veteran Sleight's Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck Puppy Dog 1st: Bamber's Dentgate Huckleberry Up to size mature male for age. Good dentition, pleasing eye. Moves soundly although a little loose in movement which will change further with age. Maintains outline in profile movement. In good coat well presented. Best Puppy Dog. Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Quality mustard dog in excellent body coat and well presented. Well proportioned, maintains profile in movement, sound front and back. Good bone, good feet, pleasing head and expression, good ribbing and well muscled rear quarters. Pleased to award him Reserve Best Dog. Pushed for Best Dog on the day. Graduate Dog 1st: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Wilmit Hawkeye Pierce at Lanleadane 18 month pepper boy. Not in best body coat today. Not at one with himself on the floor or with his owner today. Not presenting at his best. Limit Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Mustard boy in good coat and well presented. Broad skull of good proportions but would prefer more top skull. Pleasing eye and overall expression. A little wide in front movement but sound down and back, good length of ribbing, maintains profile in movement. Good temperament for the ring. 2nd: Bamber's Dentgate Mutuca Indicolite Masculine Pepper dog, different type to first. A little heavy in overall condition which spoilt him on the day. Not the ribbing of first and lost his outline in profile movement, although sound in movement. Open Dog 1st: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Mature pepper male of 4 years. In good coat and condition and presented to full advantage. Good temperament. Good width to backskull, well set ears. Pleasing overall expression and good strength through foreface and jaw. Good depth and length of ribbing. Moved soundly with purpose. Best Dog. Puppy Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris Feminine puppy bitch with good bone. Expression pleasing, she would benefit with less muzzle for a fully balanced head. Good front, good spring and depth of rib for age. Well made through rear. Sound moving front and back and maintains outline in profile. In between coats today but trimmed to full advantage and shown very well by her young handler. Best Puppy Bitch and Best Puppy In Show. 2nd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Norma Jeane Baker di Luna Caprese at Lanleadane Well proportioned head of good strength. A little heavy in overall condition today which did not help her front. Although sound she was reticent on the move, not quite at one with her handler. Would benefit from ringcraft as lets herself down. Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Quality well made Pepper bitch. Well balanced throughout and fills the eye with no exaggeration in any department. Pleasing head of good proportions and expression. Good run in from neck into good front and shoulder. Good length and depth of ribbing, well made rear. Maintains outline stood and on the move. Moves soundly front and back. Well presented. Best bitch. In challenge for BIS preferred the size and fluid outline of this girl, especially through neck and front, very pleased to award her BIS. 2nd: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 3rd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Res: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin Graduate Bitch 1st: Murphy's Dryfevalley Boogie Woogie Mustard bitch with well set ears and a pleasing eye. Well ribbed through body, and good coated, although not in best presentation today. Having some moments of none cooperation with handler which did not help her overall presentation in ring. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Mustard bitch, with pleasing head and expression, good head proportions. A little wide in front, good length of ribbing, good in rear, moves soundly and freely. 2nd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Substantial pepper bitch, pleasing head and expression, a little wide in front, good ribbing, in good coat. A little over conditioned today which spoilt her outline. 3rd: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell Limit Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Substantial top size pepper bitch, between coats today. However size excused she is balanced and well proportioned. A little wide in front, which her weight doesn’t help, but with good ribbing and well muscled rear. Moves very soundly Res Best Bitch. 3rd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Open Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Veteran Bitch 1st: Sleight's Cassencarrie Madelaina at Bonnybeck Mustard in excellent coat and in lovely condition for age, forward and enjoying her time in the ring. 2nd: Brookes's Berdinbrook Tea Wynd Looking older than her years, moved soundly seemed to have other things on her mind than being in a show ring.       The DDTC Open Show was kindly sponsored by Happy Dog. Visit their website at www.happydoguk.com
Sunday, 21 April 2019 | 1257 hits
Staffordshire County Showground, 11th May 2019. Judge: Mr Jan-Erik Ek. I enjoyed judging the Dandies alot and would like to thank you all for your entries. The quality was very high and several top quality exhibits were in the running for the top awards. I had never before seen or judged such a big number of Dandies of this quality so it was a bit of a hallelujah moment for me. Temperaments were excellent throughout the day and I was in many cases impressed by the reach and drive in movements. Some toplines were a little exaggerated but for the most part they were correct. Fronts always need to be watched and in some cases I would have liked a little more coat.   Dog CC & BOB Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Reserve Dog CC Deacon & Hill's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Bitch CC Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Reserve Bitch CC Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Best Puppy Bamber's Dentgate Huckleberry Best Veteran Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Miss Grace at Pennywave Special Beginners Dog/Bitch 1st: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy Nice ten month old dog, coat coming along nicely, head ok, good shoulder. Needs to put a little more into his showing to be at full advantage. Sound mover. Puppy Dog 1st: Bamber's Dentgate Huckleberry Quality puppy, exceptionally sound and covers the ground well. Beautiful head and expression. Super topline. Good coat. Carries himself beautifully on the move. BP. 2nd: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Another very promising young dog with good topline. Excellent proportions skull/muzzle. Moved well. 2nd: Sutton & Desfontaines's Cofgodas Northern Spy Postgraduate Dog 1st: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Wilmit Hawkeye Pierce at Lanleadane Nice dog, good head, could do with a better front and would like to see better front extension when viewed in profile. 2nd: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Good length of body, nice head, good coat quality. Would prefer a better mouth. Moved ok. Limit Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Very well presented dog with a very nice outline. Masculine head and good expression. Plenty of substance. Good legs and feet. Effortless mover. 2nd: Gnatyuk's Dariant Chelentano Another nice dog but prefered topline of 1 and would have liked a little more coat. Sound mover. 3rd: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Res: Bamber's Dentgate Mutuca Indicolite Open Dog 1st: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia This dog’s excellent breed type hit me in the eye the minute he entered the ring. He is so well constructed and has an excellent front. Good head and expression. Good coat and well carried tail. Super movements and he carried himself beautifully I awarded him the CC and Best of Breed and he was later short listed in the group, well done. 2nd: Deacon & Hill's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Another dog out of the top drawer, unlucky to meet 1 in excellent form. Lovely masculine head. Excellent topline. Good coat texture. Prefered the front of 1 which was the deciding factor in this case but was pleased to award him the RCC. 3rd: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Res: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Lovely puppy bitch from any angle. Lovely head good front and body. Good coat. Moved and showed well. 2nd: Bell's Dryfevalley Gala Sweet bitch, unlucky to meet 1 which I really loved. Super topline. Feminine head good legs and feet. Sound mover. 3rd: McLaughlan & Fitzsimmons's Norma Jeane Baker di Luna Caprese at Lanleadane Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Top quality bitch super topline and movement. Excellent front. Afterwards I discovered she is daughter of my lovely DRCC winner. I was very pleased to award her RCC. 2nd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Very sweet bitch but prefered front of 1. Lovely expression, good topline and coat quality. Moved well behind. 3rd: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Very nice bitch with a good front. Nice head and expression. Good proportions. Correct coat. Sound mover. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Another really sweet bitch with a good front. Nice head and expression. Preferred coat presentation of 1. Moved well. 3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Limit Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Very nice bitch with a good front and a nice head and expression. Prefered length of body of 1. Moved and showed well. 3rd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Super bitch hard to fault. In tip top condition and carries an excellent coat. Super topline. I loved everything about her and awarded her CC without hesitation. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 3rd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Res: Sheppard's Ch. Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Veteran Bitch 1st: Deacon's Ch. Cassencarrie Miss Grace at Pennywave Super veteran bitch on top form. Beautiful head, lovely body and good front. Moves with that lovely Dandie attitude and carries herself beautifully. Considered for RCC but prefered topline of my RCC winner. Very pleased to see her getting short listed in the best veteran final, well done.
Saturday, 11 May 2019 | 728 hits
Royal Highland Showground, 18th May 2019. Judge: Mr Stuart Plane.   Dog CC & BOB Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster Reserve Dog CC Gregg's Gens Honora Magic Almonds at Bambusa Bitch CC Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Reserve Bitch CC Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Best Puppy Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk Junior Dog 1st: Gregg's Gens Honora Magic Almonds at Bambusa A pepper and salt of lovely size with a very good outline. Balanced head large eye strong enough in muzzle, well boned front with the typical topline, lovely tail set and carriage in super condition won the RCC. 2nd: Gould's Kebroyd Blaeberry Another youngster of good type with much to like about him, free and easy on the move showing his construction In good form. When stacked he tended to lose his topline. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate A mustard who is quite well grown, he has a quality head dark eye with well placed shoulders good topline and tail set, with enough rib and substance showed steadily. 2nd: Small's Bettymac Dram O'Dalwhinnie at Rothesdandy Another mustard carrying more substance than the winner with a good head and eye giving a nice expression. Well boned front and showed steadily. Limit Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin A mustard of good type with a lovely eye and expression, good muzzle, enough width across his front, in lovely form and of good coat texture strong hind movement. Open Dog 1st: Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster A dog in top form lovely coat texture and colour, he is of good size and presents a clean outline. Quality head and correct mouth true front and well ribbed body, good tail set and carriage. BOB. 2nd: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish A bigger dog of good type, with much to admire him for but on the day would not co-operate with his handler On the move, lovely neck and shoulder with a good topline. 3rd: Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith Puppy Bitch 1st: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk Headed this class of promising babies all at different stages of development, A pepper and salt with a Lovely head and eye ok in front standing and on the move, enough rib and coat presented in Good order. 2nd: Watson's Hainingloch Unum Solum A mustard who is a touch bigger than the winner, quality head and eye good front and rib. Pleasing to go over but did not appear too happy in the ring. 3rd: Thomas's Tymeirz Lulu Grace at Cumhath Res: Allan's Cloverwood Saffron avec Clairmorin Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream A very stylish bitch of lovely size. Not carrying a wealth of coat but it was of good texture and enhanced her outline. She has a quality head true front with good rib and depth. On the move she was free and covered plenty of ground. Won CC. 2nd: Miller's Clydeheath's Domino Derval Lovely headed bitch with large eyes very well constructed throughout but not giving of her best at all. Shame. 3rd: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin Res: Allan's Cloverwood Saffron avec Clairmorin Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill A mustard of lovely type who really came into her own on the move. She is sound and free moving with a lengthy stride. Looked totally disinterested when stacked. 2nd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin A touch heavier all through than the winner but well constructed, quality head and eye well shaped ears. She moved steadily. 3rd: Gould's Gheallaidh Huckberry Poesy Res: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Limit Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin A mustard of quality, she has an attractive head big eye correct mouth, good topline and well carried tail. 3rd: Youngs's Dentgate Opal Open Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: Watson's Alltallach Early Snow Drop at Hainingloch A pepper and salt with lovely style and of good type, Correct outline with well placed shoulders. Could have shown more drive behind. Special Beginners Bitch 1st: Watson's Hainingloch Unum Solum
Saturday, 18 May 2019 | 685 hits
Three Shires Field, Bannerdown, 27th May 2019. Judge: Mr Paul Eardley.   Dog CC Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Reserve Dog CC Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster Bitch CC & BOB France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Reserve Bitch CC Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Veteran Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Junior Dog 1st: Gregg's Gens Honora Magic Almonds at Bambusa Promising boy to start the day. Lovely outline super temperament and a good rear. Head still developing. A little untidy in front. 2nd: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Beautiful headed boy and excellent presentation from this new exhibitor. Not quite the outline or rear of the winner but showing lots of promise. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Rayner's Reidswire Border Battlecry to Rubegud Good outline on this boy, would prefer a slightly rounder eye. Played his handler up and certainly has plenty of character. Limit Dog 1st: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Lovely temperament, nice outline, could do with a little more coat. Good forechest. Drives from the rear. 2nd: Tinsley & Macbeth's Glahms Silver Legacy Lovely type of Dandie with a super head, good bone, good front. Unfortunately not happy in the ring and therefore not really showing off his good qualities. Open Dog 1st: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Favourite of mine. Lovely on the move with a pleasing outline and decent reach and drive. Masculine head, good jacket. Can be a little proud of his tail. He is a quality Dandie and fully deserves his title, CC. 2nd: Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster Lovely proportions, well presented, masculine head, not quite as impressive on the move as the winner. However another well deserving of his title. Res CC. 3rd: Milliner's Ire Ch. Xenon z Roxburku Sun at Millerim Veteran Dog 1st: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Seven years and in good form for his age. Good jacket, good head with correct dome. Was a touch sluggish but who can blame him. Special Beginners 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Lots of promise here, feminine but with sufficient bone, super head, good dome already developing, quality neck and shoulders and her outline just flowed. Needs to grow a jacket. With maturity should be another lovely winner for this kennel. Best puppy. Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Pepper girl, good head and expression, nice neck, good type of Dandie. Is maturing well and will look better with a bit more body coat. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Good sort of bitch and pleasing in a number of ways, good neck and shoulders and ok in outline and rear. Front a bit untidy and body coat needs to come through. Limit Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae This lady had my attention immediately as she was very eye catching. She was even better with hands on as she scored heavily in body with excellent ribcage and her overall proportions were spot on. Lovely headed girl with melting expression. The whole package was finished off with super presentation. Delightful temperament and was enjoying every minute in the ring. On this form should pick up two more cc’s pretty easily. CC and BOB. 2nd: Rolland's Ch. Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 3rd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Well known girl and another who scores heavily in ribcage and overall proportions. Lovely to examine on the table, feminine but with enough bone and substance. Was just a little sluggish today which pegged her against the limit winner for top honours. Reserve CC. 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 3rd: Sheppard's Ch. Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Res: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies Royal Dutch Emma Lenacourt
Monday, 27 May 2019 | 681 hits
Newbury Showground, 1st June 2019. Judge: Dr. Ian Gabriel.   Best Dog Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Reserve Best Dog Tinsley & Macbeth's Glahms Silver Legacy Best Bitch & BOB France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Reserve Best Bitch Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Junior Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Best Veteran Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Limit Dog 1st: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt Open Dog 1st: Tinsley & Macbeth's Glahms Silver Legacy Special Beginners Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Veteran Dog/Bitch 1st: Edwards's Cloverwood Midnight Blue 2nd: Milliner's Ire Ch. Xenon z Roxburku Sun at Millerim Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Junior Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea 2nd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont 3rd: Bainbridge's Ceilmear's White Star Beauty Limit Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae 2nd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill Open Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream 2nd: Sheppard's Ch. Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine 3rd: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit Res: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona VHC: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Special Beginners Bitch 1st: Davies's Loudounhill Tranquil Iona
Saturday, 01 June 2019 | 819 hits
Woodford Community Centre, 7th July 2019. Judge: Mrs Beverly Deacon (Cassencarrie).   Dog CC Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Reserve Dog CC Nicholson & Ness's Viking Via Calmarlin Bitch CC & BIS France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Res Bitch CC & RBIS Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Puppy Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Best Veteran Bell's Kirkhalin Mystic Prudence from Reidswire Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Brown's Waffelin Leap Of Faith 6 month old mustard boy, good mouth and balanced head for age, ears a little high set, tidy front, well ribbed and topline and set on correct. Hind movement rather loose. 2nd: Davies's Busgrove Mikey I thought both handler and pup were somewhat overwhelmed and could benefit from ringcraft lessons. The pup is not show ready at the moment and needs time to grow and develop, he does however have a delightful temperament. Puppy Dog 1st: Nicholson & Ness's Viking Via Calmarlin Mustard with correct pencilled jacket which was somewhat lacking in many today. Balanced head, clear round dark eye. Good bite and strong jaw. Reachy neck, and clean run in. Round padded feet. Well ribbed, good topline and set on. He moved well with drive which earned him RCC and RBPIS. 2nd: Davies's Busgrove Mikey Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Nicely presented boy but needs attention to eye staining. Dark eye and well set ears. Clean shoulder and tidy front. Lacks a little in masculinity and bone for me. Moved well in front, a happy showy boy. 2nd: Davies's Busgrove Mikey Novice Dog 1st: Davies's Busgrove Mikey Postgraduate Dog 1st: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Pepper with a well balanced head, and dark eye, mouth rather level. Clean shoulder and tidy front. Well ribbed, moved ok but has temperament issues that need addressing. Limit Dog 1st: Bell's Reidswire Lord O'Liddesdale Masculine mustard boy whose coat is coming in nicely. Broad skull and dark eye, strong neck, a little loaded in shoulder but well ribbed and correct set on, good balance of height to length. 2nd: Brown's Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady Preferred the head balance of 1st, well presented and well prepared jacket, nicely padded feet. Well ribbed and good turn of stifle. 3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Open Dog 1st: Tinsley's Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood Mature mustard with a good balance of skull. Correct mouth and ear set. Stands on well padded feet. Well laid shoulder and well ribbed. Correct set on and well carried tail. Clear mustard coat coming in. CC. 2nd: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Well known pepper,preferred the head proportions and set on of 1st. Dark eye and low set ears, a little upright in shoulder but well ribbed and well presented jacket. 3rd: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Veteran Bitch 1st: Bell's Kirkhalin Mystic Prudence from Reidswire 11.5 year old pepper who was thoroughly enjoying her day out, good mouth and jacket, she moved around the ring beautifully. BVIS. Puppy Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Cressida Pretty mustard, dark eye and good balance of skull, well set ears. Tidy front and clean shoulder. Well ribbed and correct set on. She moves with confidence, very promising youngster. RCC, BPIS and RBIS. 2nd: Nicholson & Ness's Calmarlins Iona Another pretty pup, clear dark eye and lovely expression, well ribbed and nice turn of stifle. Pepper coat coming in nicely and well presented. 3rd: Watson's Hainingloch Unum Solum Junior Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris Well prepared pepper jacket on this one, well filled top skull but would prefer a shorter foreface. Tidy front and well padded feet. Well ribbed and good length of body. Moved with confidence. 2nd: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin Smaller mustard bitch who on the day carried a little too much weight. Not the skull or front of 1st but she has a nice expression and a clear dark eye. Moved well for her handler as did both in this class. Yearling Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 2nd: Nicholson & Ness's Lady Gloria of Trebarret at Calmarlin Different type to 1st, more feminine in appearance but not the front of one. Lovely well presented jacket. Very well schooled and moved well. Graduate Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Well presented pretty mustard, ample head, dark eye and low set ears. She is sound all through and moves well for her handler, she just needs a jacket to finish the picture. 2nd: Nicholson & Ness's Lady Gloria of Trebarret at Calmarlin Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Pepper with a nice expression, dark eye and good mouth. Well boned front and good feet. Well ribbed and good length. Could carry less weight to advantage. 2nd: Brown's Henrietta Harris ze Zihelske Zahrady Not the head proportions or mouth of 1st. Well presented jacket and well furnished. She is well ribbed and of good body length, good set on and rear angulation is good. Limit Bitch 1st: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae Corky mustard with a delightful expression, wide mouth and balanced skull to foreface. Ample neck and clean shoulder. Correct topline and set on, short hocks. Stands over a lot of ground and covers it well when settled as she can run away with herself in her eagerness. CC and BIS. 2nd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Another well presented pepper, great head and dark eye, she is an eye catching girl but for me there is just too much of her and she is also carrying too much weight. Sound as a bell on the move in fact she had the best hind movement of the day. 3rd: Drake's Tollcross Thistledown Res: Watson's Alltallach Early Snow Drop at Hainingloch Open Bitch 1st: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Stood alone in this class, mustard who had a dark eye, tidy enough in front but not so good in the rear. Clear mustard jacket coming through. Stud Dog 1st: Kurg's Ch. Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill 2nd: Sleight's Bonnybeck Moonlight Bay Brace 1st: Drake's 2nd: Brown's       The DDTC Championship Show was kindly sponsored by Happy Dog. Visit their website at www.happydoguk.com
Sunday, 07 July 2019 | 1087 hits
Springwood Park, Kelso, 15th June 2019. Judge: Mr A P Stephenson.   Dog CC & BOB Chapman-King's Inzievar Gold Issue Reserve Dog CC Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Bitch CC Rolland's Ch. Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Reserve Bitch CC Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Best Puppy Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Mustard, good masculine head, dark eye, nice skull, very alert, sound in body, free moving. Novice Dog 2nd: Gould's Kebroyd Blaeberry On the day I was unable to assess the movement of this dog. I can only hope that this in time will improve. Postgraduate Dog 1st: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate Mustard, very nice head, kind eye with well set ears, a good topline, sound front and rear movement to win this class. Res CC. 2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Of Course Nice expression, would like a little more neck, good body, topline not held on the move and somewhat reluctant which cost him the class. 3rd: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Limit Dog 1st: Chapman-King's Inzievar Gold Issue Mustard male, the most masculine of appearances with a haunting appearance, his eyes following whatever is going on. What, what a top knot. Lovely thin leathers, laid well at the side of his head, good strong neck, front and rear, sound topline, spot on jacket prepared to perfection, moved with a strut to take the CC and BOB, also shortlisted in the Group. 2nd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin A nice looking dog with a good head and bite, front and rear sound, wasn’t too happy with his tail, movement between handler and dog could improve. Open Dog 1st: Deacon & Hill's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Salt and pepper, nice enough head, would prefer a little more underjaw and a shade more skull, front/rear disappointing, quality jacket, somewhat lacking in raise over the rump and somewhat unhappy on the move. 2nd: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Salt and pepper, nice balanced head, nice ear set, good in neck and shoulders, good rib and general outline, tail carried well. Again, somewhat reluctant to move which cost him this class. 3rd: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Res: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Puppy Bitch 1st: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk Salt and pepper, very sweet baby, good head balance, sound neck and shoulders, lovely outline for age, moved out well, exceptionally good front. 2nd: Watson's Hainingloch Unum Solum Mustard, again a very pretty youngster with all the essentials, unfortunately her handler did tend to let her down, back to training classes. 3rd: Miller's Dryfevalley Caerlaverock Res: Allan's Cloverwood Saffron avec Clairmorin Junior Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris Salt and pepper, very nice dark eye, good muzzle and mouth, good body shape, good bone, moved out. 2nd: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin Mustard, somewhat small head but well in balance with the rest of the body, well held topline on the move. 3rd: Allan's Cloverwood Saffron avec Clairmorin Novice Bitch 1st: Gould's Gheallaidh Huckberry Poesy Mustard, generally needs to tighten up in most areas. On the move was sound with a good sound jacket, just in need of a little more work. Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Watson's Alltallach Early Snow Drop at Hainingloch Salt and pepper, lovely headpiece, good neck and front and rear, nice rib, well covered rump, low tail set, moved freely. 2nd: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Mustard, sound all round, just not moving as well as first. I loved the coat colour. 3rd: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Res: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell VHC: Percy's Alastriona Jeanie Deans Limit Bitch 1st: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Mustard, very pleasing, just loved her body shape, sweet expression with lovely thin leathers, moved very soundly holding topline to take the Res CC. 2nd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Salt and pepper, unfortunately this Dandie was carrying too much weight but was moving adequately to take second place. This dog is not the only dog which has not covered the ground today. 3rd: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell Open Bitch 1st: Rolland's Ch. Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Salt and pepper, super feminine bitch, again a head you must look at to appreciate, good long neck, front and rear, good topline spot on, in super condition, moved so freely. BCC. 2nd: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Mustard, sweet head, dark eye and good mouth, not the muzzle of first, not carrying her topline on the move, presented well and moved satisfactorily.
Saturday, 15 June 2019 | 499 hits
Tait Hall, Kelso, 16th June 2019. Judge: Mrs Jackie Shore (Swanwillow). I would like to thank this hard working Committee for inviting me to judge this Championship Show for the second time, the first time was in 2000 and the Club has gone from strength to strength well done to everyone involved. Special thanks to my steward Ali Cox who kept the ring flowing. My overall view was today bitches were stronger than dogs both numerically and quality, in some classes I had to choose between soundness and size, which for me soundness must come first. Heads gave me some concern, with flat skulls, high set ears and short muzzles, with small teeth they are after all working Terriers and should be capable of holding and dispatching efficiently.   Dog CC & RBIS Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Reserve Dog CC Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman Bitch CC & BIS Rolland's Ch. Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Reserve Bitch CC Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Best Puppy Miller's Dryfevalley Caerlaverock Best Veteran Cox-Purcell's Int Ch. Puddockswell Cloud Howe Puppy Dog 1st: Ainscough's Puddockswell Abel Magwitch to Dengold Nice typical mustard in good coat for age, well proportioned head, good mouth with correct scissor bite and appealing expression from a dark hazel eye and plenty of topnot. Straight in front with good round feet, good lay of shoulder and topline. Showed and moved well for a puppy. Junior Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman 15 months Mustard very mature for age, correct size, lovely domed head in proportion to muzzle, good bite dark eye and low set ears covered in silky topknot. Excellent shoulders and topline just flows. Neat front and round feet, with good angulation behind he moves as you would expect. Covered in a well conditioned coat of good colour and crisp texture. RDCC. Novice Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman 2nd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Up to size mustard. Large masculine head, good mouth deep muzzle, could be better in stop. A little heavy in neck and shoulders. Correct in topline and tailset. In good quality coat of correct texture. Moved out better behind than front which was a little wide, could lose some weight to advantage. 3rd: Hogg's Tweedknowe Baxter Graduate Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman 2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate 2 yrs old mustard, Lovely breed type, good balance height to length, correct proportioned head, good bite low set ears and dark eye. Neat front with good feet, good layback of shoulder and topline and tailset. Moved well both ways holding his topline. Looked quite immature compared to 1 but very promising. 3rd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Postgraduate Dog 1st: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River Pepper. Correct size in good quality if a little short coat. Nice topline and tailset with good shoulders. Good masculine head, dark eye and good bite. Moved well when his handler settled him down. 2nd: Small's Bettymac Dram O'Dalwhinnie at Rothesdandy Larger heavier set mustard especially in shoulder. Good in head and expression with deep muzzle and big teeth. In good coat of correct texture, movement not as good as 1. Limit Dog 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat at Waffelin Mustard, good headed dog nice dark eye, good mouth, deep muzzle. Very muscular long slung body, good hind angulation and moved quite well. Not in his best coat today. Open Dog 1st: Booth's Ch. Borderstone Kingman for Lannia Pepper, one I have judged before well balanced height to length, lovely appealing domed head, good stop, deep muzzle and big teeth. In excellent pepper coat and condition, he moves and shows really well. Previously I have awarded him BPIS and RDCC today he was a worthy winner of the CC. 2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Of Course Mustard, a size larger than 1, head in correct proportions nice domed head and earset, strong muzzle and big teeth with correct scissor bite, and lovely expression. Good neck topline and tailset. He was rather swamped by too much coat which spoilt his outline, but he moved soundly with ease just needs to relax into the job. 3rd: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Res: Drake's Tollcross Tartan Tavish Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Miller's Dryfevalley Caerlaverock 6 mths pepper, lovely breed type, feminine head, dark eye and good mouth, ears a bit flyaway at the moment. Good front and round feet. Long bodied with good rib cage, good hindquarters she moved well when settled, just needs a new coat but has lovely tan markings. Best Puppy in Show. Junior Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 13 months pepper, upto size but still very feminine, dark melting expression, good mouth with big teeth and strong muzzle. Long bodied with good rib cage to support it and good topline and tailset. Neat front with round tight feet, she moved really well which won her the class. 2nd: Miller's Clydeheath's Domino Derval Another nice pepper, appealing head with silky topnot, good straight front with good feet, correct topline and tailset. She moved better in front than behind. 3rd: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk Res: Stanley's Dariant Clementina at Waffelin VHC: Thomas's Tymeirz Lulu Grace at Cumhath Special Yearling Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Cream Tea Mustard, correct size, good proportioned head, with melting expression good bite deep stop and low set ears. Good lay of shoulder flowing topline and tailset. In good coat and condition, she just didn’t move as well as 1 today. 3rd: Miller's Dryfevalley Jitterbug Res: Percy's Alastriona Jeanie Deans Novice Bitch 1st: Campbell Black's Siwop Pretty Witness Mustard of correct size, pretty headed bitch, nice expression, good bite, ears could be lower set. Nicely presented she moved well going away but a bit wide in front. Graduate Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont Mustard good breed type, excellent feminine head, good mouth domed skull low set ears, with a lovely expressive eye. Nicely balanced height to length flowing topline showing a clean outline. Moved very well, Happy showgirl. 2nd: Murphy's Dryfevalley Boogie Woogie Another mustard and lots to like, good size pretty head with good mouth, topline not as good as 1 nor the movement and showmanship. 3rd: Campbell Black's Siwop Pretty Witness Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Stanley's Sokrovische Gardariki Astory at Waffelin Pepper. Upto size with lovely shape, typical topline and tailset, good rib cage. Feminine head well proportioned strong muzzle and big teeth. Straight front and round feet, good in hindquarters. Showed well. 2nd: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell Typical old fashioned bitch not a glamour girl but has a melting expression with good bite. Straight front with shoulder a little upright, topline ok would like more hind angulation, showed well. 3rd: Murphy's Dryfevalley Boogie Woogie Res: Percy's Alastriona Jeanie Deans Limit Bitch 1st: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began Pepper, upto size but in proportion height to length. Large head with strong muzzle and good bite, low set ears with a melting expression and good outlook. Strong neck set into good shoulders with good topline and tailset, strong rib cage. Dark pepper coat beautifully presented, although bigger than I would normally put up she is very sound and deserved the RBCC. 2nd: Riach's Puddockswell Shadow Weaver Pepper of correct size, good topline and tailset with good rib. Straight front with good feet. Nice head of correct proportions dark eye. Moved out well both ways. A little short of coat today. 3rd: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Hocus Pocus Res: Poole's Reidswire Border Bluebell Open Bitch 1st: Rolland's Ch. Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream Pepper, quality bitch just takes your attention, head of correct proportions domed skull, good stop and low set ears. Correct mouth with big teeth and deep muzzle. Good shoulders flowing into good topline and tailset. Straight front with good round feet and excellent hind angulation, she moved as you would expect from this good construction. Covered in a beautiful conditioned crisp coat and silky topknot she could not be denied the BCC & BIS. 2nd: Sheppard's Ch. Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine Pepper, another bitch of quality, correct size she has a beautiful head of correct proportions, good mouth strong muzzle. Lovely sweep of body with good rib, topline and tailset. Moved soundly both ways. Little short of coat today but pushed 1 hard. 3rd: Cox-Purcell's MyDan'd Wonderful Red Dragon at Puddockswell Res: Stanley's Honey Hope ze Zihelske Zahrady at Waffelin Veteran Bitch 1st: Cox-Purcell's Int Ch. Puddockswell Cloud Howe At nearly 12 years old this little pepper was enjoying her day out, still has good body shape and very typical head and expression. A dignified mover. Best Vet. In Show. Special Beginners Bitch 1st: Wilson's Morawelon Cader Idris 2nd: Campbell Black's Siwop Pretty Witness Mary Scott Open Dog Stakes 1st: Riach's Puddockswell Billy Bathgate 2nd: Pettit's Cofgodas Wolf River 3rd: Thomson's Dryfevalley Mister Todd Nancy Paterson Open Bitch Stakes 1st: Cox-Purcell's MyDan'd Wonderful Red Dragon at Puddockswell 2nd: Campbell Black's Siwop Pretty Witness Stud Dog 1st: Deacon & Hill's Ch./Am GCh. Pennywise On The Road Again Brood Bitch 1st: Cox-Purcell's Int Ch. Puddockswell Cloud Howe 2nd: Cox-Purcell's Puddockswell Hocus Pocus Brace 1st: Rolland's Team 1st: Cox-Purcell's     The CDDTC Championship Show was kindly sponsored by Canine Caviar. Visit their website at www.caninecaviarireland.com
Sunday, 16 June 2019 | 631 hits

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