South Wales Kennel Association

Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, 5th October 2018. Judge: Mrs G Jane Lilley.

Thank you to all exhibitors for such a wonderful entry, high in both quality and quantity.


Best Dog & BOB Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster
Reserve Best Dog Milton's Wilmit Chindit
Best Bitch Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Reserve Best Bitch Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill
Best Puppy Milton's Wilmit Chindit

Puppy Dog/Bitch 1st: Milton's Wilmit Chindit
Charming masculine pepper dog with a gorgeous head and expression, so well made all through with good tough well padded feet, in excellent coat and the hardest of muscular condition, just scoring over what transpired to be his litter sister on layback of shoulder and firmer front but it was a close thing. Strong and energetic on the move, driving from his hocks and holding himself so proudly. Most exciting. RBD BP & PG4.
2nd: Kurg & Milton's Wilmit Raffles at Etsill
Mustard bitch, full of quality with lovely dark expressive eyes, beautiful head, deep through the heart, in very good coat. She moved extremely well. A happy willing showgirl to make such an impressive couple with her slightly more mature brother. See they are champion bred and it shows. RBB.

Open Dog 1st: Deacon & Hill's Ch. Cassencarrie Choirmaster
Handsome pepper with the most gorgeous head and expression, good wide nostrils and darkly pigmented mouth. So good for make, shape and balance with good feet and layback of shoulder, in the best of mature double coat and hard muscular condition. Such a great showman with tail constantly awag, going with determination reaching out in profile, driving from his strong hocks. BD BOB & G4 under David Winsley.
2nd: Parry's Belapapavo Baron Berkeley of Leber

Open Bitch 1st: Milton's Ch. Hawkesmill Jenny for Wilmit
Beautiful pepper bitch, so typey, well conformed all through with tough well padded feet and good depth through the heart, just scoring on shoulder angulation here. Lovely head with good wide nostrils, in superb coat and hard condition. Well balanced and such an excellent mover, that is when she put her mind to the job in hand, but chose to give her handler a hard time, insisting on pulling over to cut corners on the go round. Quite lovely nonetheless and just to prove her worth, see she is dam of the two outstanding puppies. BB.
2nd: Sleight's Mishahda Where It All Began
A very happy personality, in excellent coat and hard muscular condition. Good depth to her chest and decent shoulder, scoring over the winner on steadiness of movement.
3rd: Sheppard's Ch. Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine