National Terrier 2008

Staffordshire County Showground, 5th April 2008. Judge: Mrs Jackie Shore (Swanwillow).

"I thank exhibitors for their patience in the very long wait we had to get into the ring. My main concerns I had about the breed were fronts many were weak in pastern, thin and open feet and weak muzzles which for a working terrier are very bad faults rendering them unable to do the job which they were bred for. On the positive side size, body shape and coats were generally good."

 

Dog CC

Reserve Dog CC

Bitch CC & BOB

Reserve Bitch CC

Best Puppy

Tinsley & Macbeth's Ch/Can Ch. Glahms Royal Canadian

Hows & Winch's Mishahda Rhapsody In Blue

Mannia's Wazzly Persephone at Kirskill

Tinsley's Cloverwood Absolute Angel

Deacon's Cassencarrie Red Ribbon


Minor Puppy Dog 1st: Smethurst's Dawsholm Dapper Davoc
7mths pepper, nice size puppy with plenty of bone, nicely proportioned head, dark eye, strong muzzle and big teeth. Strong neck, correct topline, good tailset in good coat. Moved and showed very well.
2nd: Kerrush's Inzievar Royal Gold
Mustard. A lighter framed dog, good height to length. Appealing expression, good bite, low set ears. Clear mustard coat growing in. Not quite sure yet where to dab his paws down, hope this improves as he muscles up. Feet could be better.

Puppy Dog 1st: Carter's Cassencarrie James Blonde
10 mths smart puppy of good length, correct topline and tailset, good shoulders giving positive front on good round feet, short hocks. Lovely head in correct proportions, moved well.
2nd: Tinsley & Macbeth's Cloverwood High Flyer
Mustard. 11mths Close up to 1 in excellent coat and condition, beautiful head of correct proportions, strong neck good shoulders straight front excellent round feet. Moves soundly but tail carriage rather erratic.
3rd: Smethurst's Dawsholm Dapper Davoc

Junior Dog 1st: Smethurst's Dawsholm Dapper Davoc
2nd: Osbourne's Puddockswell Amber Melody for Braego
Mustard. Correct size and length, strong head, big teeth. In correct coloured and textured coat. Rather heavy in shoulder and needs to strengthen in pasterns which shows when he moves.

Novice Dog 1st: Morris's Needwood Fancy Man at Pennywave
Mustard. Good head with domed skull low set ears, dark eye good bite. Good shoulders, straight front, correct topline and tailset. Moved well.
2nd: Osbourne's Puddockswell Amber Melody for Braego

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Fisher's Mosterlada Who Dares Wins at Gypsywish
Small neat pepper, good topline and tailset. Domed skull low set ears, dark eye, straight front and good feet. Good crisp coat. Moved and showed well.
2nd: Eves's Penactiv Dream Dealer of Sylvanken
Mustard in good quality coat. Good topline and well ribbed. Plainer in head than 1. Steady mover. Better in size and front over 3.
3rd: Haffenden's Hawkesmill Ginn And Tonic

Limit Dog 1st: Hows & Winch's Mishahda Rhapsody In Blue
Very smart pepper, excellent topline and tailset, deep chest well ribbed. Correct head proportions. Strong muzzle. Beautiful pencilled coat in lovely condition. Sound mover and showed well. RCC.
2nd: Deacon's Cassencarrie Cest La Vie
Another smart pepper who takes your eye, long bodied, well ribbed. Excellent neck and shoulders round padded feet. Masculine head, good mouth. Good coat coming in. Moved and showed well. Preferred tailset of 1.
3rd: Weatherstone's Hendell Beau Brummel at Borderstone

Open Dog 1st: Tinsley & Macbeth's Ch/Can Ch. Glahms Royal Canadian
Mustard, quality dog. Correctly proportioned head, domed skull, good stop, deep muzzle, big teeth, fine ears. Balanced height to length, good topline. Straight front and round padded feet. Showed and moved very well. CC. In the challenge preferred the tail carriage of the bitch.

Minor Puppy Bitch 1st: Heywood's Schalulleke Clara Jones
Mustard. Very pretty head and expression, strong muzzle and big teeth rather unbalanced height to length ratio, which hopefully will improve as she grows. Excellent coat for age and moved well.
2nd: Hissey's Schalulleke Dream Maker of Hellchuck
Mustard litter sister to 1 and similar remarks apply. Appealing expression, perhaps not the width of skull of her sister but big teeth and strong jaw, long bodied and well ribbed. Moved and showed well.

Puppy Bitch 1st: Deacon's Cassencarrie Red Ribbon
Mustard quality puppy, correct size, good topline well ribbed, lovely head with melting expression, strong neck and well laid shoulder, giving neat firm front with well padded feet. Moves and shows really well. Coat coming in nicely for age in clear colour and crisp texture. Best puppy and happy to see Best Puppy in Show.
2nd: Bromley's Mishahda Tempting Touch
Pepper. Another quality puppy good shoulders neck and topline, neat firm front good feet. Needs to drop and widen in chest. Short in hock she moves well behind. Good coloured and textured coat.
3rd: Smith's Somercloud Starprize

Junior Bitch 1st: Deacon's Cassencarrie Habit Forming
Pepper. Nicely balanced bitch, good length excellent topline and tailset, lovely proportioned head, big teeth and melting expression. Moved well on good legs and round padded feet, just needs more coat to complete the picture.
2nd: Butcher's Pitfirrane Hollyberry for Daiszana
Pepper correct size and balance, nicely proportioned head, domed skull, strong muzzle with big teeth. Excellent firm front and deep chest. Moved and showed very well just needs a change of coat to progress further.
3rd: France's Torbrae Daisy Dreamin

Novice Bitch 1st: Deacon's Cassencarrie Habit Forming
2nd: Hunter's Puddockswell Hootin Annie at Etsill
Mustard, very feminine bitch with an appealing expression, although muzzle could be stronger. Flowing topline and tailset, well ribbed. Straight front. Good textured and coloured coat. Moved and showed very well.

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Tinsley's Cloverwood Absolute Angel
Mustard of correct size very feminine head and expression. Good layback of shoulder, she stands on good legs and feet. Well ribbed back, she moves and shows well. Quality coat in texture and colour. RCC.
2nd: Cheyne's Cloverwood Sister Bliss for Rontybrig
Mustard litter sister to 1 and similar comments apply. She is a good size and eye is slightly darker, but is longer in neck and does not have the finish in presentation but is sound, and well put together.
3rd: Morris's Hendell Tassel at Pennywave

Limit Bitch 1st: Mannia's Wazzly Persephone at Kirskill
Pepper. Lovely quality bitch who is excellent breed type without exaggeration. Long flowing topline good tailset. Excellent layback of shoulder giving straight front into well padded feet. Well ribbed back, good bend of stifle, short hocks giving driving movement and well muscled. Beautiful feminine head and melting expression, strong muzzle with big teeth and good bite. Moved easily around the ring on a loose lead. Was very happy to award her BCC & BOB.
2nd: Jarvis's Mosterlada Shooting Star
Mustard nicely balanced bitch, domed skull,strong muzzle, feminine expression. Strong neck flows into good shoulders, firm front and good feet. Good topline and tailset. Good quality coat.
3rd: Motler's Wazzly Aphrodite

Open Bitch 1st: Heywood's Ch. Schalulleke Lizzy Weaver
6 ½ years mustard. Strong headed bitch, domed head, deep muzzle and good bite. Typical topline and tailset. Good coat and moving very well for age.
2nd: Burnett's Oaksleigh Christmas Carol
Pretty bitch, good height to length, shape rather hidden by carrying too much weight. Deep chest and well ribbed. Good coat but needs more finnish. Steady mover.