Blackpool & District Canine Society

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.