Midland Counties Canine Society

Staffordshire County Showground, 25th October 2015. Judge: Mr Tom Mather.


Dog CC

Reserve Dog CC

Bitch CC & BOB

Reserve Bitch CC

Best Puppy

Deacon's Ch/Am Ch. Pennywise Burning Ambition for Cassencarrie

Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill

Milton's Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit

Rolland's Dandiroyal Puddleglum

Buckley's German Dandies' Violetta

Junior Dog 1st: Booth's Borderstone Kingman
Large, broad skull, silky topknot, good sized round eye. Well boned with nicely padded feet. Good rib with slight arch over the loin giving a very typical topline. Well presented jacket. Moved out soundly.

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Kurg's Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill
A classy dog with a grand head, large expressive hazel eye, strong jaw. Well ribbed with a clearly defined arch over the loin and a good topline and tailset. Shown in a good jacket of the correct length and it was presented to best advantage. Went out well with some drive from the rear. RCC.

Limit Dog 1st: Kerrush's Micklam Jack Point
Strong masculine head, large well set eye and strong jaw. Decent forehand with good bone, well ribbed, on the table tended to flatten out a little but when standing naturally and when moving he has a very typical topline. Good jacket.
2nd: Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith
Shown with a good double coat, strong jaw and good eye. Well boned with nicely padded feet. Moved out well with some drive from the rear.
3rd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Diggory Delvet
Res: Bore's Alltallach Winter Sun

Open Dog 1st: Deacon's Ch/Am Ch. Pennywise Burning Ambition for Cassencarrie
Hard to believe that this dog is nearly 10 years of age. Big skull with clear rich eyes, soft topknot, strong jaw and good dentition. Well boned. Low weaselly body with clearly defined arch over the loin. A very good moving dog and absolutely typical in all respects. CC. In the challenge he was just a shade unsettled while the bitch pulled out all the stops to take BOB.
2nd: Milliner's Ire Ch. Xenon z Roxburku Sun at Millerim
Smart and well balanced with a good eye and strong jaw. Good forehand with adequate forechest.
3rd: Tinsley's German Dandies' Terence Hill at Cloverwood
Res: Bromley's Mishahda Volcanic Storm
VHC: Bell's Hawkesmill Indigo from Reidswire

Puppy Bitch 1st: Buckley's German Dandies' Violetta
Feminine with a pleasing head and expression, good topknot. Shapely and she is a good length. Moved out quite well with some drive from the rear. Shown in a tight jacket which will look more typical in a few more weeks. BP.

Junior Bitch 1st: Jacka-Slater's Cloverwood Duchess May
A good moving bitch, feminine with a broad skull, strong jaws and a good eye which gave her a pleasing expression. Good forehand with adequate bone, typical topline, decent jacket of good texture.
2nd: Shore's Mishahda Golden Chestnut at Swanwillow
Shapely and with a very good head and pleasing expression, well ribbed with slight rise over the loin.
3rd: Bromley's Mishahda Vibrant Amber

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Milliner's Dandiroyal Ferrywiggle at Millerim
Good sized skull, dark very expressive eye, decent forehand with good bone. Long and low but tended to flatten a little on the table but was better when relaxed and moving. Went well with particularly good hind action.
2nd: Youngs's Dentgate Opal
Slightly more compact in outline, grand head with a lovely expression, well ribbed and good moving. Good double coat.

Limit Bitch 1st: Milton's Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Most attractive head and expression with large, dark hazel eyes and a strong jaw. Low slung and weaselly with an excellent topline. Moved soundly and steadily both coming and going and her good jacket was presented to advantage. CC & BOB.
2nd: Rolland's Dandiroyal Puddleglum
Close up to the winner and on another day positions could be reversed. This is a really good moving bitch with a delightful head and expression. Good forehand, well ribbed with a very typical topline. Well presented double coat. RCC.
3rd: Russell's Hawkesmill Ishbelle
Res: Booth's Lannia Harvest Charm from Reidswire

Open Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Totally Devoted
A real eyecatcher who presents a lovely picture with her well presented double coat of correct length. Good skull and large limpid eye. Good forehand and well ribbed body. Moved soundly but couldn’t quite match the joie de vivre of the two younger bitches in the challenge.
2nd: Chapman-King's Inzievar Gold Spark
Pleasing head with strong jaw and good eyes. Shapely and well ribbed with good length and slight rise over the loin.
3rd: Milliner's Dengold Gypsy Moth at Millerim