Welsh Kennel Club

The Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, 20th August 2011. Judge: Mr Tom Mather.

Glen's Ch. Cloverwood Lemon Drizzle went on to win the Terrier Group.


Dog CC

Reserve Dog CC

Bitch CC & BOB

Reserve Bitch CC

Best Puppy

Deacon's Carac Most Definitely Cassencarrie

Tinsley's Cloverwood Royal George

Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Lemon Drizzle

Shore's Swanwillow She's Hot

Shore's Swanwillow Clarion Call

Puppy Dog

1st: Shore's Swanwillow Clarion Call

A handsome mature youngster with a good sized masculine skull, dark hazel well shaped eye and strong jaws. Decent forehand with well laid shoulders and deep chest. Very typical in topline and he moves well both ways. In good coat and shows well. Best Puppy.

Junior Dog

1st: Morris's Cassencarrie Rumour Has It at Pennywave

Another musteard with a very pleasing head, large dark expressive eyes and good mouth and dentition. Well bodied and he’s a good length just a shade flat in topline at times. Sound on the move, a delightful temperament and shown in good order.

Postgraduate Dog

1st: Bromley's Mishahda Volcanic Storm

Pepper in good coat and condition, pleasing head, excellent forehand with good muscle and bone. Well ribbed, just a shade flat in topline. Good tailset and carriage. Moves ok. Shows to best advantage.

2nd: Stone's Ludlay Lord Of The Isles

Mustard with a masculine good sized skull, well shaped eye which could be darker for perfection and strong jaw. Body of good length and very typical topline. Fluid action in profile but just a shade close going away from me.

3rd: Hughes's Maganbar Magic Moment

Limit Dog

1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Royal George

Mustard with a good head, well placed fine ears, dark hazel eyes and strong jaw. Good forehand with decent bone and very typical body and topline. Strong hindquarters and this gave him the advantage here. Good coat texture with evident pencilling. RCC.

2nd: Shore's Swanwillow Sea Captain

Another very good mustard with a lovely head an expression. First class forehand, flexible well ribbed body with arch over loin. Has a very fluid easy stride in profile.

3rd: Hunter's Etsill Scapa Flow

Open Dog

1st: Deacon's Carac Most Definitely Cassencarrie

Mustard with a good sized masculine head with excellent eye shape and colour, strong jaw with good dentition. Absolutely typical in outline with good spring of rib, depth of chest and strength of body. Decent hind angulation, moved well and with some drive from the rear and this earned him the CC.

2nd: France's Torbrae Dance 'n' Dazzle

Mustard with a very attractive head and expression, well bodied with good topline and tail carriage. Decent forehand but just couldn’t match the rear action of the winner.

3rd: Skitt & Jones's Ch. Vistca Vincent
Res: Cox-Purcell's IreCh. Puddockswell Grey Granite for Daiszana
VHC: Culverhouse's Cassencarrie Gandalf at Lykath

Minor Puppy Bitch

1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Sparkling Blue

Pepper, well balanced and most attractive with a good sized skull, soft silky topknot and good sized, dark expressive eyes. Excellent forehand and very well bodied for age. Moved soundly and kept her good outline at all times.

2nd: Marshall's Dun Eideann First Edition

Smaller pepper youngster, good eyes, strong jaw. Well muscled and strong well ribbed body with typical topline. Moves soundly. Coat coming in well.

Puppy Bitch

1st: Shore's Swanwillow She's Hot

Litter sister to Clarion Call and like him, has lots to admire. Very good head with full dark hazel eye and strong jaw with good dentition. Well muscled neck and good shoulders and this gave her the advantage in the final challenge. Well ribbed with strong loin and very typical topline which she kept on the move. Moved out well with a fluid easy action. RCC.

2nd: Marshall & Skitt's Dun Eideann Limited Edition

Very typical in profile with a good topline and well carried and set tail. Pleasing head and expression. Not quite as good in forehand as the winner. Strong well muscled hindquarters.

Junior Bitch

1st: Culverhouse's Cassencarrie Blue Banner at Lykath

A typey pepper with a pleasing head, good eye, fine ears and strong muzzle and jaw. In good coat and body condition with lots of muscle. A shade unsteady on the move initially but did enough once she settled to warrant her placing.

Postgraduate Bitch

1st: Bedford's Etsill Greenvoe

Mustard with good sized skull, well shaped eye which could be a tad darker and strong jaws. Very good body and topline. Moved soundly but could use a little more drive from the rear.

2nd: Bell's Kirkhalin Mystic Prudence

Pepper with a very good skull, fine ears and pleasing eyes. Well ribbed and good length of body. Moved ok.

Limit Bitch

1st: Morris's Pennywave Amaryllis

Mustard with a good sized head, soft expression and strong workmanlike jaws. Well boned, excellent body with good spring of rib and strong loin with typical topline and tailset. Shown in good coat and condition. Moves well both ways.

2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Miss Grace at Pennywave

A good moving pepper, pleasing head and expression, very good forehand but not quite as well boned as the winner. She too moves well with an easy action.

3rd: Hughes's Maganbar Apple Blossom
Res: France's Torbrae Daisy Dreamin

Open Bitch

1st: Tinsley's Ch. Cloverwood Lemon Drizzle

Manages to combine being workmanlike and glamorous and her delightful temperament is evident for all to see. Good sized skull with soft silky topknot and well shaped eye. Strong jaws. Good forehand with depth of chest and strong well ribbed body with very typical topline and tailset. In first class coat and body condition. Moves out well with a strong easy action. BOB and delighted to see her win the strong Terrier Group later in the day.