Club Championship Show
1st March 2003
75th Anniversary Show
Mrs Drewett's Blenheim dog

Mr Hegarty's Blenheim bitch

Mrs Baillie's Blenheim bitch
Judges' Reports
Dogs - Judge: Mrs L Jupp

It was a great honour to judge the Club Show. My grateful thanks to my super efficient stewards.
I was very disappointed with the quality of dogs in the early classes. There was also a great variance in head type throughout. Toplines and hind movement left a lot to be desired. Several dogs had the conformation to move well but failed to do so. This can surely only be lack of exercise. In several instances this was most disappointing.

Dog C.C. - Drewett's Judyland Touch of Magic
Dog R.C.C. - Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration
Best Puppy - Li's Avalcier Alessandro

Minor Puppy (27, 3 abs)
1 - Li's Avalcier Alessandro
Best Puppy Dog. A strikingly elegant puppy. Good reach of neck and shoulders. Well balanced with good moderate bone and well bodied. Immaculately presented. He really made the most of himself.
2 - Park's Keyingham Branwell
Just 6 months old, a gorgeous immature puppy. Sweet masculine head, such good breed type. Lovely chunky bone, and everything in proportion, moved and showed so happily keeping a very pleasing outline.
3 - Allerton's Deeriem Tambourine Man

Puppy (27, 4)
1 - Ford's Sallcott Cantata of Tuppenlil
A quality B/T, expressive dark eyes and broad appealing head, but not over done. Good neck and shoulders, very well constructed and well bodied god hindquarters and tail set. Moved well keeping his nice outline.
2 - Water's Maibee A Touch Lucky
Very pretty head with correct length of muzzle and good eyes. Compact with good spring of rib, liked his well angulated hindquarters and strong hocks. Rich Blenheim marking, moved well with good tail set.
3 - Dawson's Carlyngar Harry Potter

Junior (31, 1)
1 - Dolamore's Ricksbury Royal Edition of Crystaldean
Very glamorous Blen dog, dripping in coat and beautifully presented. Very appealing masculine head with nice length of muzzle. Good neck and head carriage. Stood out in this class.
2 - Baker's Nevhill's Roosevelt
Liked his quality and type. Pleasing masculine head with good broad skull and well set ears, good eyes and pigment. Well constructed, and well bodied with good moderate bone.
3 - Parker's Jordanic Lucca

Novice (20, 0)
1 - Smith & Aldous' Aranel Bombastic
Glamorous Blen with very pretty head and really lovely eyes. Would have preferred more length of muzzle. Well muscled body with strong well angulated hindquarters. Beautifully presented looked good both standing and on the move.
2 - O'Leary's Owencurra Naoise
A well marked Tri, so well constructed. Could have won this class, but lacked the style and confidence of the winner. Very appealing head, good length of muzzle and dark, well shaped eyes.
3 - Inglis' Craigowl Harry Lime

Special Graduate Blenheim (17, 2)

1 - Fox's Pamedna Esperanza
A dog with real quality and substance without coarseness. Sweet strong masculine head, good moderate straight bone. Strong firm back, moved with drive. Good pigment, both nose and eyes.
2 - Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Enchanted
Pretty little dog, a real toy spaniel. Although a very different type to winner, both are so well constructed. Nice firm back, with well sprung ribs. Good moderate bone, everything in correct proportion. Moved well.
3 - Reed's Chantiz Chutney

Special Graduate Tricolour (8, 2)
1 - Bubb's Wandris Dance Master
Very appealing head, broad skull with well placed ear, good large dark eyes, well cushioned muzzle giving a gentle expression. Well bodied with good spring of rib. Well angulated shoulders and hindquarters, giving positive movement.
2 - Smith's Salador Celtic Magician
Particularly well marked Tri, very eye catching. Nice size with strong moderate bone. Full masculine head with sweet expression and nice eyes, nicely constructed, good hind angulation.
3 - Andrews & Markie's Otus Morning Magician for Drewsankie

Special Graduate Black & Tan (13, 3)
1 - Sullivan's Shenlyn February Focus for Myhope
Very showy masculine dog. Excelled in head, broad flat skull, high set ears and sweet expression. In full coat, beautifully presented. Good spring of rib and firm topline.
2 - Mochrie's Downsbank Victoria
Smart little dog appealing head and so well proportioned and balanced. Just lacked the finish of winner.
3 - Hill & Webber's Montcolly Duncan

Special Graduate Ruby (9, 2)
1 - Loades' Rosirius Serge
Super rich colour, very showy exhibit. Nicely made with good bone, spring of rib and firm level back. Lovely large dark eyes and broad flat skull. Moved well.
2 - Ford's Tuppenlil Benvolio
Well constructed, kept his pleasing outline on the move. Did like his head and length of muzzle. Well proportioned without exaggeration. Moved soundly.
3 - Hurley's Owengarve Royal Rufus of Lahume

Special Veteran (10, 1)
1 - Rennard's Ch Deranmar Orlando
If only we could all improve with keeping! This dog looked stunning in very good company. Construction that is still hard to fault. His head so sweet and masculine that age has made more distinguished.
2 - Coaker's Homerbrent Expression
Unlucky to meet winner as this dog still looks great. There has been plenty said about both these exhibits. They are both splendid examples for our breed. The first three in this class all excelled in breed type.
3 - Carter & Walker's Ch Mareve Indiana

Post Graduate (30, 2)
1 - Eyre's Newroyds Lord of The Rings
Quality Blen dog that immediately caught my eye. Nice size, good moderate bone, appealing masculine head. Good neck and shoulders giving good head carriage. Moved positively with good topline and tail set. Rich chestnut, good pigment.
2 - Inglis' Craigowl Jesmond
Most attractive Tricolour, oozing quality. Nice head with well cushioned muzzle, no exaggeration or coarseness. Appealing round dark eyes. I liked his neck and shoulders, good ribs and plenty of heart room. Moved with style.
3 - Mynott's Honeybet Valentino

Mid Limit (19, 1)
1 - Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Ryan
Super little Blen dog. Very pretty head with expressive dark eyes. So soundly constructed, well muscled body with good spring of ribs. Stood four square and moved positively both coming and going.
2 - Li's Avalcier Atomic Blaze
Elegant stylish dog with very nice neck and shoulders, really clean cut outline. Looked good both moving and standing. Good moderate bone and substance. Immaculately presented.
3 - Koster's Harana Starman

Limit (29, 4)
1 - Newton's Tonnew Trillium
A Tri dog I have met and admired before. Probably the best moving dog on the day. He really uses his hindquarters and moves with drive. Super topline flowing into correct tail set. Strong masculine head which he carries proudly. Good breed type.
2 - Hughes' Loranka's Majestic Moments
Tri dog of outstanding quality and elegance. Lovely gentle masculine head, sweet expression. Immaculately presented as are all the dogs from this kennel. Excelled in neck and shoulders.
3 - Rowley's Saxonview Sun Light

Special Open not exceed 18 lbs (12, 2)

1 - Baker's Chacombe Chattanooga
A true Cavalier with all the right qualities, particularly sweet head with very large appealing eyes. Very nicely constructed and moved accordingly. Good tail set.
2 - Rowley's Saxonview Sun Light
Very well balanced Tri. Correct pleasing head, firm level back, well angulated hindquarters. Lacked animation on the day but he had all the right ingredients.
3 - Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Joker

Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (8, 2)
1 - Drewett's Judyland Touch of Magic
Caught my eye as son as he entered the ring. Beautifully presented. In full coat without being 'over done'. Gentle masculine head with sweet expression. Well proportioned without exaggeration. So nicely made, well bodied and good spring of rib, and plenty of heart room. He moved positively and with style. Enough neck and well placed shoulders giving good head carriage. Short level back continuing into correct tail set. Was pleased to award him the CC and with the agreement of my co judge BIS
2 - Allerton's Deeriem Phantom Gold
Lovely type and sound classic construction so typical of this kennel. Correct head, topline and tail set. Hard to fault except that he lacked animation.
3 - Lewis' Daraste Reflection of Love

Open (11, 0)
1 - Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration
Well known dog and deservedly so. Not a dog that could be overlooked in any company. He has quality and style in abundance. In a difficult decision I awarded him the Res CC. On the day I preferred the topline and tail carriage of the winner, but this in no way distracts from an outstanding dog.
2 - Koster's Harana Sinatra
A ruby of real quality and substance, excelled in head, well muscled body and has great style. Well set neck and shoulders and good outline. No doubt he will get his crown, but on the day not moving as freely as the above.
3 - Whitfield's Ch Royal Influence of Charterwood

Bitches - Judge: Mr B Claydon

I thoroughly enjoyed judging such a wonderful entry, my thanks to Pam Graver and Ray Wilkinson my stewards for the day who kept proceedings running smoothly enabling me to finish judging at a reasonable hour. The atmosphere at this show is always special and this year was no exception due in part to the hard working committee, but also to the ringside for the generous way they applauded the exhibits and the sporting way they accepted my decisions. Inevitably in an entry of this size many beautiful exhibits went out cardless. Off coloured noses were in abundance and many bitches were out off coat.

Bitch C.C. - Hegarty's Ch & Ir Ch Chantyismere Christiane

Bitch R.C.C. - Fry & Jackson's Amantra Madonna
Bitch Best Puppy - Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity

Minor Puppy (48, 8 abs)
1 - Searle's Stonepit Gala
8 month old Blenheim of lovely size and type, well marked with rich chestnut markings, dark eyes, well cushioned foreface and well set ears, good bone, pleasing neck and shoulders, nice turn of stifle, very good mover and showed well.
2 - Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
Beautiful headed 8 month old Blenheim with rich chestnut markings, gorgeous dark expressive eyes, well boned, good shape and size, hair splitting decision between these two lovely puppies.
3 - Rowarth's Robrook Lou Lou
Considered this one as the winner but just lost her topline on the move, nevertheless a really lovely puppy.

Puppy (30, 4)
1 - Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Top class Blenheim of lovely make and shape, gorgeous head. Dark expressive eyes, beautifully marked, in wonderful condition, very cobby with good flat topline and well turned stifles, good front, and well boned, moved soundly and showed happily, must have a bright future.
2 - Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair
Another quality Blenheim similar in type to winner, appealing bead with well set ears, nicely marked, good topline, well let down hocks, good substance but not over done in any way, steady mover, showed really well.
3 - Moulden's Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Glamorous Tricolour, beautifully marked with rich tan markings, appealing head with the darkest of eyes, a lovely puppy but not quite in the coat of the first two.

Junior (57, 7)
1 - Taylor's Rosscrea Swingtime
The showiest of Blenheims with rich chestnut markings, looked magnificent going round the ring, very cobby, well angulated hindquarters, good front, beautiful head and large dark eyes, well set ears, from a class of this size, her showmanship and outgoing personality gave her the edge.
2 - Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Temptation
Heavily marked Blenheim of quality, fabulous head with large dark expressive eyes, lovely make and shape, excelled in topline, well angulated hindquarters, neat front, in good coat, close up to winner in every way but preferred winners exuberant showmanship.
3 - Robertson's Kavacay Spring Faith
Quality Blenheim with spot, well coated, nicely presented, Pleasing head, good topline, well angulated hindquarters, well boned, showed well but needs to steady on the move.

Novice (33, 6)
1 - Boothroyd's Roydwood Restart
Well marked 13 month old Blenheim with beautiful head and large dark eyes, good neck and shoulders, level topline and well set tail, a little out of coat but moved and showed really well, fully deserved her win.
2 - Jones' Timsar Miss B'Havin
Pretty Blenheim, shade smaller than the winner, very cobby, in good coat, pleasing outline, good front and hindquarters, well presented, showed well.
3 - Rennard's Edonhill Rising Star for Deranmar
Nice feminine head, a shade smaller than the first two but good bone for her size, good breed type, more coat will complete the picture.

Special Graduate Blenheim (20, 5)
1 - Towse's Miletree Miesque JW
Extrovert Blenheim who showed extremely well, in lovely coat and condition, gorgeous head and expression with large dark eyes, nice neck and shoulders, good topline, moved freely with plenty of pzaz, a really nice exhibit.
2 - Angell's Charwelton Venetia
Another really nice Blenheim bitch which excelled in neck and shoulders, topline and tailset, lovely head with well set ears, dark eyes, good mover both ways, needed more coat on the day so had to place her 2nd today.
3 - Hughes' Loranka's Hey Baby
Cobby Blenheim with rich chestnut markings, good bead with nice dark eyes, good length of muzzle, well cushioned foreface, a nice type

Special Graduate Tricolour (22, 3)
1 - Carter-Hunt's Swaish Maricella
Well broken Tricolour with nice head and dark eyes, rich tan, good shape and size, moved out well and showed non stop.
2 - Tomlinson's Sanikro Vision
Smaller than winner with nice cobby body, good bone for size, rich tan markings, moved well but a little hesitant when showing, well presented.
3 - Boothroyd's Roydwood Reorganise
Nice type with pleasing head, well broken markings, good shape and size, in fair coat.

Special Graduate Black & Tan (20, 1)
1 - Fry & Jackson's Amantra Chambermaid
Short, compact bitch of good size, lovely head with full dark eyes, and rich tan markings, well boned, good topline very extrovert and loved showing off her virtues.
2 - Weston's Novalba Money Spinner at Ecotyne
Nice shape and size, well boned, cobby body, level topline, moved well, nice head and dark eyes, rich tan markings.
3 - Sparrow's Simpatico Genesis for Tashmit
Nice type bitch of good size, very feminine, a little short, cobby bodied, rich tan markings, a little short of tail feathering, showed well.

Special Graduate Ruby (14, 2)
1 - Taylor's Rosscrea Texas
Super little bitch, one I have judged before as a puppy, has fulfilled her early promise, nice shape and size with good neck and shoulders, good rich colour, excellent head with well cushioned foreface, well put together bitch that really appeals on the move and shows so well.
2 - Flower's Anberan Iced Cappuccino
Another really nice moving Ruby with good topline which she kept on the move, good turn of stifle, pleasing head with well set ears.
3 - Payne's Leelyn Aiva Psalm
Nice sized cobby bitch, with lovely ears, shown in good coat, nice. Moved and showed well.

Special Veteran (22, 1)
1 - Turnbull's Ch Peakdowns Fantasia
Still full of quality at almost 9 years old, beautiful head, lovely outline, nice reach of neck on to a level topline, good front and well turned stifle, still in lovely condition and a credit to her owners.
2 - Baker's Nevhills Narina
Another lovely veteran in pristine condition, Tricolour with beautiful head and lovely dark eyes, well bodied, shown in full coat, another credit to her owner.
3 - Payne's Myhope Follow That Dream
At almost 9 years old this Black and Tan was in lovely condition, nice type, good size, enjoyed her day.

Post Graduate (32, 6)
1 - Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Embrace
Well marked Blenheim of real quality, very typical from this kennel, excels in head quality, nice neck and shoulders, good front, level topline, good turn of stifle, well broken markings, moved with drive and showed well.
2 - Tolworthy's Salinan Something Special
Fabulous headed Blenheim with full ears, well cushioned foreface, short coupled, well broken markings, in good coat moved and showed well.
3 - Hughes' Loranka's Dream Weaver
Exceptionally cobby Blenheim with beautiful rich chestnut markings, nicely boned, well ribbed, good topline, showed well.

Mid Limit (22, 1)
1 - Koster's Harana Good Golly Miss Molly
What a lovely Ruby this is, rich in colour with the best of heads, good ears, dark expressive eyes, nice neck and shoulders, short coupled in beautiful coat and condition, moved with style and showed really well, extremely well presented.
2 - Waters' Maibee Softly Softly
Cobby Blenheim bitch, very typical of this kennel, nicely marked, Good topline, nice mover, extrovert temperament, a close decision.
3 - Towse's Miltree Davinia
Nice Blenheim with beautiful head and well broken markings, nice size and type, dark eyes with gentle expression, moved and showed well.

Limit (29, 2)
1 - Smith's Salador Celtic Crystal
Super Tricolour as one would expect from this breeder, so full of type, lovely head and eye with rich tan markings, well cushioned foreface, nice size, well bodied and boned, good legs and feet, good spring of rib, level topline, good turn of stifle, good front, moved and showed well, in contention for the CC.
2 - Eyre's Newroyds Rainbow River
Lovely Blenheim bitch, so good in outline, lovely front, well laid shoulders, good reach of neck, level topline, good bend of stifle, nicely marked, on her toes all the time, a lovely mover just needs more coat to complete the picture.
3 - Shone's Cobalatino Lady Salacia
Another beautifully marked Blenheim with good bone, well put together, shown in nice condition.

Special Open 18 lbs (11, 0)
1 - Goodgame's Glynco Rebekah
Tricolour, nice head and expression with dark eyes, well set ears, cobby bodied, nice outline, well boned, put down in good order, moved well.
2 - Banks' Choya In A Whisper
Well marked Blenheim, nice type, lovely neck and shoulders, good topline, nice overall shape, well turned stifle, moved nicely.
3 - Rollins & Poundford's Poundroll Ffatal Charm
Sweet Blenheim with appealing head and dark eyes, good ears, nice size, good shape, well turned stifles, showed non stop.

Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (15, 1)
1 - Fry & Jackson's Amantra Madonna
Richly marked Blenheim of quality, the most gorgeous of heads, oozes Breed type, melting dark eyes, good front, lovely bone, level topline, well bodied, perfect size and Shape, good turn of stifle, showed and moved extremely well, I was very impressed with this bitch and gave her the Res. CC.
2 - Reed's Chantiz Heaven Sent
Short coupled Blenheim, nice size and shape, well broken chestnut markings, lovely bone for her size, good front, well laid shoulders, good turn of stifle, moved nicely and showed well, not quite as extrovert as the winner.
3 - Conneally Coedgwylum Cola
Excellent Tricolour, beautiful head with rich tan markings, good reach of neck, level topline with good bone, three nice bitches

Open (16, 1)
1 - Hegarty's Ch & Ir Ch Chantismere Christiane
Super Blenheim with everything I look for in a Cavalier excels in head, large dark expressive eyes, well cushioned foreface, well set ears which she used well, good reach of neck, good spring of rib, lovely bone for size, in lovely coat and condition, holding her topline well at all times, good tailset, a real extrovert that sells herself to you, moves round the ring with style and confidence and never seems to tire from pleasing her handler, a bitch to be proud of and I would love to take home. Bitch CC.
2 - Jones' Ch Timsar Miss Chief
Another top quality bitch, has all the essentials and nothing to prove, a pleasure to have Judged her and she will hold her own whenever she is shown.
3 - Rix & Berry's Ch Ricksbury Royal Addiction

Completed a trio of top class Blenheim bitches, all of whom will change places many tines I'm sure in the future, she is very typical of her breeding. Just short of coat on the day, and with this kind of competition everything counts.


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