Club Championship Show
13th March 2004
   
BEST IN SHOW
Mr Hill & Mr Webber's Tricolour bitch
Ch MONTCOLLY VICTORIA

RESERVE BEST IN SHOW & BEST OPPOSITE SEX
Mr Levy & Mr Sedgwick's Blenheim dog
PASCAVALE ENCHANTED

BEST PUPPY IN SHOW
Mr Goodwin's Blenheim bitch
LANOLA SALSA
 
Judges' Reports
DOGS

I had a lovely if challenging day and I wish to thank my committee and Mrs. Sheena Maclaine for a well run show. When I accepted the appointment back in 2001 I had anticipated that I would no longer be on the committee having served my six years period. How things change and I find myself not only Chairman of the club but confined to the judging ring with little I could do to help except keep to reasonable time. But when the club have a committee and show manager like it has, there is really very little need to worry.

Turning to the dogs I judged. There were some very good quality dogs to go over and I was pleased with my class winners challenge line up containing all four colours. They could all walk well, possessed a clean flowing outline, was sound in construction and gentle in expression.

However I was shocked at the faults I found which are definitely on the increase. Where are the necks? Many were short in neck with some so short their front movement was erratic and some almost paddled around the ring instead of walking free and straight. I include some high flying winners who will obviously pass this problem down to their offspring. I had so many like this that on occasions I had to compromise somewhat in order to maintain type. Breeders you need to look at your stock and not become kennel blind; no amount of holding the ears forward to accentuate the neck on table inspection will camouflage a short neck. This has got to be a wake up call for action.

Eyes still need watching for size, shape and not so far apart that the head looks unbalanced. Another practice that’s now common and I feel is bad is stringing the dog up on a tight lead, it may hold the head up, this can be trained on a loose lead, but the dog does not feel the ground so well and sends the fronts on some in all directions.

Finally what is the point in bringing a dog to a large show that costs you a fair amount of money dirty. The tricolours seemed very well presented, you need to ensure the white and black contrast to advantage. The whole colours were generally acceptable but an unacceptable number of blenheims were not properly bathed or groomed. Such a shame for the dog let alone the judge handling.

This may be a harsh overview but it is only for the good of the breed.

Minor Puppy (22 entries 0 absent)
1 - NEWTON’S TONNEW TACOMA
A very attractive blen, lovely shaped head, dark eyes of good shape, nicely arched neck and shoulders, good bone and well broken coat. Moved freely and with purpose. He just impressed me the more I handled and looked at him. One definitely to watch.
2 - INGLIS’ CRAIGOWL RIFF RAFF
A very striking impressive tri with a well shaped head, lovely eyes and excellent forequarters. Another who possesses the neck and shoulder placements that gives him the tools to walk well. Sound in bone with super angulation, nicely conditioned well broken coat.
3 - ACE’S ASHTELLE ARDARA
Another nicely shaped tri, attractive head, good bone, so soundly put together and moved well. Has plenty to give still but has all the attributes for the future.

Puppy (26, 2 abs)
1 - KORN’S SANDUST MONTEREY
Attractive headed blen, lovely dark eyes with blackest pigment, lovely bone and so soundly put together, he glided around the ring with effortless motion. A quality balanced blen who was quite a handful for his owner. Coat will settle with age but his other qualities deserved his win. BEST DOG PUPPY
2 - BUTLER’S TAMYSE FERNDALE

Another nice blen, good head, well but together, plenty of neck and correct shoulders. Lovely rich chestnut colour. Moved positively around the ring showing for all he’s worth.
3 - KIRKHAM’S MOONSTONE MINUET

Quality tri, excelled in body qualities, well shaped head blackest pigment, nicely boned with plenty of angulation. Moved well.

Junior (19, 0)
1 - INGLIS’ CRAIGOWL BILLY ELLIOT

Stunning headed tri, lovely soft expression with darkest eyes and deep pigment. Soundly put together and so well balanced. Plenty of neck profuse coat with tan in all the right places, moved so well holding a good topline.
2 - LYMER’S LYMREY HI OCTANE
Lovely headed blen, softest expression helped by darkest of eyes and jet black pigment, sound in bone, profuse coat deep rich chestnut colour, he moved well but ust tired at the last.
3 - BARTON’S CHANTISMERE CHIPPENDALE AT LORANKA
A very striking attractive blen, expressive head lovely eyes, plenty of neck let into good shoulders. Sound in bone and so well balanced throughout, moved free with plenty of drive. A pity he came against more mature dogs. Has plenty to give and an exciting prospect.

Novice (17, 3 abs)
Two lovely dogs that could change places often.
1 - SMITH & ALDOUS’S ARANEL BALLISTIC
A very solidly constructed Blen, expressive head well cushioned, to be super critical eyes could have been a shade darker but his other qualities were all there. Darkest pigment, excellent bone and conformation with plenty of driving action. He moved the best in the class holding a firm topline and good tail carriage.
2 - RENNARD’S DERANMAR THE KINGMAKER

Pleasing head, dark eyes and pigment, soundly constructed, deep chestnut colour and nicely broken up in excellent condition. Another one with good movement using the whole ring to full effect. A quality Blen of striking appearance.
3 - BAKER’S KEYINGHAM BRANWELL
Finishing a trio a nice Blen dogs this one was quite a character and possessed so much ring presence. Nice eyes dark pigment and so sound in bone. Moved well and showed his socks off.

Special Graduate (Blen) (20, 2)

1 - EGAN’S ROBROOK LEWIS CARROLL

What a quality Blen this boy is. He looked on the initial walk round a well balanced bog covering the ring with ease. On table inspection his attributes showed through. Beautiful expressive head, nicely cushioned of correct shape. Lovely dark eyes and jettest pigment, soundly put together and moved superbly displaying a good balanced action.
2 - HOMES’ LEOGEM RONDO
This dog had the most striking attractive head and I initially thought he was the winner. A classic head, lovely shape, darkest of eyes of lovely size giving a true melting expression. Good reach of neck, well sprung ribs, firm loin and moved well. Just thought winner was finished a shade more but a really cracking good dog.
3 - LAMONT’S ALLEGRA HUNDERTWASSER VON MOORFIELDS
Another quality boy that made up a fine trio. Pleasing expressive head with spot, soundness throughout and moved exceptionally well really driving from his hind legs.

Special Graduate (Tri) (16, 1)

1 - ANDREWS & MARKIE’S OTUS MORNING MAGICIAN FOR DREWSANKIE

A very compact dog that oozed quality. Very attractive head of good shape with nice correct ear set using them to advantage, largest eyes of deepest colour which gave him the softest expression you could not overlook. The rest of him followed suit, so well put together, reachy neck and good forequarters and when moving it was straight and true.

2 - BARWELL’S LUSANJO ROCKET OF CHARLOTTETOWN

Another nice tri, good head and eyes, blackest pigment, excellent neck and shoulders and nicely broken coat of good colour. Moved well just needed to be more animated but a sound solid honest tri boy.
3 - FORRESTER’S HONEYBET DESIGNED FOR SALBRIE

Pleasing head, lovely eyes as the other two have and so very important in tricolours, blackest pigment, nicely boned with good angulation and moved very well. Just preferred the balance of the first two.

Special Graduate Black and Tan (14, 1)
1 - STEVEN’S KILNSHENA IDLE VICE

A very attractive B/Tan quality head with lovely melting expression helped by large dark eyes and the jettest black pigment. Noses were a problem today with some wholecolours but not this lad. Well constructed, balanced throughout with his coat in gleaming fullest condition and the brightest of tan. Moved so positively in all directions.
2 - ARMITT’S BRASINGAMEN BLACK AS JET

Another attractive B/Tan, and black as jet was a very apt name to call him, well shaped head with excellent dark eyes and of course pigment. Sound in make-up and moved around the ring holding a firm topline. Coat in tip top condition and the brightest tan in the class completed the picture. Just moved a shade close today.
3 - FORD’S SALLCOTT CANTATA OF TUPPENLIL
A quality boy that completed a quality line up, soundly constructed throughout, lovely dark eyes, on the move he held a good topline and movement was stylish and positive. A dog with ring presence.

Special Graduate Ruby (7, 1)
1 - LOADES’S ROSIRIUS SERGE
A most attractive head not overdone, good ear set with plenty of feathering, lovely eyes and shape, nose was slightly off today but so were quite a few, he made up for it in his other qualities. Super neck, well-sprung ribs and excellent rear quarters, moved gracefully and true.
2 - SHINNICK’S LEELYN DARIUS
Classical headed dog, great eye colour and shape, well-cushioned mussel, so soundly constructed, moved freely covering the ground with ease holding a spirit level topline. Excellent colour and coat in beautiful condition as this kennel consistently produces.
3 - COX’S CASIMARI ARRAN
Pleasant head, nice eyes, well-fringed face, soundly put together and moved well but his topline could have been a shade better

Veteran (19, 3)
It was the old boys day today as the top three placements for their age were a credit to their owners in both condition and movement.
1 - Name Withheld
Twelve and a half year old Tri and an old favourite of mine, so pleased to see him looking well enough to compete, nicely coated and his movement was still a credit to his soundness that he portrays, straight and positive, and he was really enjoying his day.
2 - COAKER’S CH HOMERBRENT ILLUSION
Ten year old Blen, in tip top condition, so sound on the table, coat in very good order and he drove around the ring as if he could of carried on and on. So positive.
3 - Name Withheld

Ten and a half years old and really hard to believe, the darkest of eyes, lovely head and in the fullest coat in great condition, sound as a two year old, moved like a train, he should teach a few young ones the ropes.

Post Graduate (30, 5)
1 - ROGERSON’S RABYMAR WALTZING DARKIE
This B/Tan headed the class on entry and impressed me with his overall quality in all departments and his balance. I found nothing better at the end of the table inspections and after moving them all. So very well balanced he excelled in reach of neck and shoulder placements, very impressive head, darkest eyes and such a soft expression not easy to achieve with this colour, good tail set, coat of good texture and depth, brightest tan, moved and showed well.
2 - KING-SMITH’S ISPAHAN GALILEO
Very eye-catching exuberant Blen, classic head with spot, excellent construction, good bone with nice turn of stifle, coat in very good condition, deep chestnut, moved effortlessly with verve holding a level topline.
3 - BOARDMAN’S VOLNEY SUPER SLEUTH

Blen with lovely well balanced head, super eye colour and shape, jet pigment, excellent construction and bone. Moved very well but if he showed a bit more animation this would help him. A quality Blen.


Mid Limit (22, 6)
This was a very strong class
1 - BUBB’S WANDRIS ENTERTAINER

A stunning Blen, excellent head with the loveliest of eyes, dark of good size which enhanced a nicely proportioned well cushioned head. This gave him the most desirable melting expression. Superb neck and shoulders, good spring of rib and rear quarters. Lovely balance attractively marked of deepest chestnut. I was so impressed with his qualities on the table having all the right attributes to move well, he did not disappoint it was so positive flowing and true. I loved his presence he possessed as well, it was a close run thing for the ticket he just tired somewhat in the challenge but richly deserved his win. I will watch his progress with interest RES CC
2 - HUGHES’S LORANKA’S STARSTEALER

A very attractive quality ruby, expressive head and the loveliest of eyes, dark lustrous and with well feathered correctly set ears he used his head qualities to good effect. Balanced throughout he was soundness itself and drove around the ring, coat in great condition of the deepest colour.
3 - GOW’S LYNCRAEG DAYDREAM

Attractive headed blen, nicely proportioned and well cushioned, softest expression helped again with large dark eyes and deepest pigment yet all dog nothing feminine about him. Sound throughout, moved with drive with a good topline and tail carriage.

Limit (23, 3)
1 - HURLEY’S OWENGARVE ROYAL RUFUS OF IAHUME
This full of himself ruby just knew he looked good and has so much ring presence, but then he possessed all the qualities I look for. Handsome well-proportioned head, superb dark eyes and he used his ears to good effect making an alert character but gentle at the same time. Lovely reach of neck, found lacking today, let into his forequarters, very compact and well balanced, he strode around the ring showing off his balance and soundness and displaying his level topline and tail carriage. I considered him for the reserve cc.
2 - ARMITT’S BRASINGAMEN COEUR DE LION
This blen just grew on me and was totally focussed on his owner and the job in hand. Attractive head, great eyes of good size, well feathered ears set correctly which gave him an attractive look. Good topline, attractively marked with well broken coat. Moved very well
3 - FORRESTER’S SALBRIE DELAQUA
Another lovely boy who could help himself more if he had been happier in the ring. The most delicious of liquid black eyes and pigment, sound in bone lovely deep chestnut coat, movement was positive.

Special Open under 18lb (6, 0)
One of the weakest classes today but headed by a real stunner.
1 - LEVY & SEDGWICK’S PASCAVALE ENCHANTED
It’s not often one comes across a compact cobby real toy spaniel with everything soundly made and in proportion but this lad has it all. A most handsome head , lovely shape, the deepest colour of eyes, large and round and spaced perfectly to create a very masculine but gentle expression. Superb neck that flows into his withers, an enjoyment to go over on the table, well-sprung ribs firm loin and excellent bone and angulation. Standing four square movement was as expected with the equipment he has, Striding and so very positive. Soundness and balance personified in this compact showy little dog. He was pushed hard but won his honour on his balance, expression and polished performance. DOG CC & RES BEST IN SHOW
2 - SEARLE’S MILKEYN SHEER DYNAMITE AT STONEPIT
A shame this dog met the winner for he was another dog that shines quality. Classically framed head with spot , dark eyes, excellent forequarters and well ribbed up, sound, balanced he walked freely and true both ways and covered the ring with ease.
3 - JONES’ ROSEINGS ROBERT MARTIN

Another blen with nice head, pleasing shape, darkest eyes and pigment, well broken coat moved satisfactory but could have been more solid in action, a spot of road work might help.

Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (10, 1)
1 - KOSTER’S HARANA STARMAN
This B/Tan impressed me so much with his overall shape, balance and quality. I have used that word balance many times in this critique but it is so necessary and requires a dog to be sound, well muscled, and short coupled to have any chance of portraying such a quality. This dog has it in abundance. Great head excellent dark eyes, nicely cushioned face, he just held your attention when you looked at him. His body was a joy to handle, good neck length lovely soundness in bone moved with flowing action, a real quality lad.
2 - HUGHES’ CH LORANKA’S MAJESTIC MOMENTS
A tri of very high order, Attractive appearance, lovely shaped head nicely cushioned, darkest of eyes of correct shape and spacing, well feathered long ear leathers framed a very soft expressive head. Very good body good neck, plenty of rib space nice bone and compact in overall shape. He did not walk so well at first but finally got himself together and produced the goods. A solid honest tri and worthy champion.
3 - DREWETT’S CH JUDYLAND TOUCH OF MAGIC
Blen in fullest of bloom, very good flowing shape, his head, lovely neck fore and rear quarters all beautifully put together to make a fine balance. Walked so positively and true with perfect tail carriage.

Open (14, 0)
1 - LEVY & SEDGWICK’S PASCAVALE RYAN
Another excellent ding-dong sound blen from this kennel. Expressive head, lovely eyes, nicely cushioned face and good ear set. Excellent neck and shoulder placements, spring of rib with deepish brisket, well-muscled up and strong rear quarters. Moved with drive and seemingly without effort. In the challenge I preferred his kennel mates head qualities.
2 - TOWSE’S CH MILETREE NIJINSKY
Very close up to one in choosing the winner, lovely head , darkest eyes and truly excellent pigment gave him his charming expression. Soundness throughout and on table inspection. I enjoyed his construction and muscle tone. Moved with positive drive and presented in good show condition.
3 - LYMER’S CH LYMREY ROGER
Completing a trio of very good blenheims this lad possesses all what’s looked for, lovely classic head with the most lustrous dark eyes of super size. Lovely soft expression and at one with his owner he moved very well solid and driving. Very well broken wavy coat which looks a real handful to keep in order. A lovely boy


PAUL FOLLOWS (JUDGE)



BITCHES.

I would like to thank the Committee for inviting me to judge the Club show; I enjoyed my day very much. I would also like to thank my stewards for keeping everything running so efficiently.

Minor Puppy (51 entries, 12 absent)
This was a very large class but on the whole I didn’t find it that inspiring. I was of course very pleased with my main winners but there were a lot of very mediocre puppies that were not of good type, many with bad conformation, and many with no bone or substance. These are the bitches that will be producing in the future. Please remember that kennels are based on its bitches so you do need a good solid foundation bitch to start.
1 - GOODWIN’S LANOLA SALSA.
This puppy oozes quality, she took my eye on entering the ring and I was not disappointed when I got my hands on her. Beautiful head with round dark eye showing no white, good pigment, good bite. Wonderful neck and shoulders leading to firm level topline kept standing & moving, well carried tail that wagged happily all the time. Moved soundly both ways, I was pleased to award her Best Puppy Bitch and with my co-judges complete agreement, BPIS.
2 - POTTER’S RHEINVELT READY TO RAVE.

Rich ruby, nice shape well held topline. Nice round dark eye. Nice front with good bone, moved well.
3 - CARTHY’S ARDGROVE ZOË.


Puppy (36, 4)
1 - MARTIN’S TITIAN BELLE DE JOUR.

Ruby in good coat, nice typical head with dark eye and dense pigment. Moved well and happily holding a good topline and tail set. Well boned for size, a nice girl.
2 - WIGGINS’ TRIRAYNE POLLY TICIAN AT WHYTEPLACE.
Well-broken Blen in good coat. Looked very shapely standing. Moved well holding her topline.
3 - GOODWIN’S LANOLA CHA CHA CHA.


Junior (39, 7)
1 - PARKS' KEYINGHAM APHRA.

Lovely sized bitch with nice gentle head and expression. Nice round dark eye, good mouth. Lovely bone for size moved well both ways. Liked her a lot.
2 - MOULDEN’S WHITECROFT PROMISES.

Another pretty Blen, nice soft head, good pigment. Long ear leathers, well boned with good front. Nice shape standing & moving moved well.
3 - STANLEY’S STANHOME PETITE FLEUR.


Novice (33, 4)
1 - PARKER’S JORDANIC LIRA.

Richly marked Blen with spot. Good round dark eyes and dark pigment. Nice neck and shoulders, well held topline, moved well, nice size.
2 - SAMSON’S BYERMOOR QUEENS ENGLISH.

Very pretty bitch with typical head and soft expression. Well made, with nice front and good bone. Richly marked, soft coat. Lost to 1 on maturity and topline not quite as firm on the move .I liked her.
3 - INMAN-CUNNINGHAM’S CHAMANIC NIGHT SHIFT.

Special Graduate Blenheim (22, 0)
This was a very nice class. The first 6 could all change places on another day, I was spoilt for choice.
1 - ANTONIAZZI’S LITTLEMEADS HIGH SOCIETY.

Well broken bitch with pretty head, soft expression and black pigment. Lovely shape, very well made with good neck and shoulders, excellent topline, moved soundly, a nice girl.
2 - TAYLOR’S ROSSCREA BEDAZZLED.

Another nice bitch, close decision. Similar in shape, well put together, moved well holding a firm topline. Nice head and eye, this kennel had some very typy bitches entered.
3 - HOMES’ LEOGEM SCHEREAZADE.

Special Graduate Tricolour (12, 3)
1 - ENGEL’S ANGEL’S PRIDE LOVE ME DO.

This bitch stood out in this class, lovely make and shape, beautiful typical head with soft expression, large dark eyes showing no white. Bright tan markings, well laid shoulders leading to absolutely level topline. Lovely proud head carriage, short listed in final 4 for bitch CC. My one critism is that she could be slightly more positive behind but her virtues far outweighed this.
2 - BAYLISS’ MISKHILL BOUJOLAIS AT CASTLEWYTCH.

Lovely headed bitch with round dark eyes. Nice cobby body with excellent bone, bright tans, moved well not as good in topline as 1.
3 - STANLEY’S MUFFITY ADORABLE ELLESSE OF STANHOME.

Special Graduate Black/Tan (14,0)
1 - SMITH’S BEAUDALE EBONY EYES.

Lovely shaped bitch, well presented in gleaming condition. Excellent topline held moving & standing. Went soundly around the ring. Mice dark eyes, lovely bright tans.
2 - TAYLOR’S FLORINDALE TOUCH OF BLACK FOR KEMBLE.

Lovely headed bitch with bright tans, long ear leathers of good set. Good bone, moved well, preferred her in head to 1 but she did not hold her topline as well.
3 - FLOWERS ANBERAN ICED TAZO CHAI.

Special Graduate Ruby (14, 2)
1 - BOARDMAN’S VOLNEY RUBY ROSA.

Nice typical head with gentle expression, nice round dark eye. Long ear leathers, well used. Richly coloured, moved soundly around the ring.
2 - CRAGG’S SALLCOTT CRESCENDO.

Another nice girl with a typical head, good pigment and eye. Not quite the coat of 1. Moved well holding her topline. 2 nice girls.
3 - MANN’S TURRETBANK SAMANTHA AT LYNDABELLE.

Veteran (18, 3)
1 - JONES’ DROLEUS THAT’S M’GIRL.
Blen approaching 11 years, looked good for age, nice head with soft expression, large round dark eyes. Good bone & front. Happy girl enjoying her day out went well for age.
2 - PAYNE’S MYHOPE FOLLOW THAT DREAM.

Bouncy B/T, almost 10 yrs. Excellent topline, sound mover, nice dark eye, didn’t look her age.
3 - Name Withheld

Post Graduate (30,4)
1 - LAMONT’S ALLEGRA HELENE AT MOORFIELDS.
Very elegant bitch, loved her shape & outline. Excellent straight front, good bone, clean neck & shoulders. Well presented in silky coat. Nice head with round dark eye, moved soundly.
2 - JONES’ TIMSAR MISS B’HAVIN.

This bitch grew on me as the class went on. Lovely mover, gentle head with dark expressive eyes. Well-broken coat, happy temperament. Nice bone, well bodied.
3 - BAILLIE’S FYRNROSE BEE BAW BABBITY JW

Mid-Limit (12, 0)
Three lovely bitches.
1 - WATERS’ KEYINGHAM RAPHAELA.

Won this class on her lovely round dark eyes. Lovely head with dense pigmentation. Nice conformation, excellent shoulder placement. Good front, well boned, moved soundly.
2 - POTTER’ S RAVED ABOUT HER AT RHEINVELT.
Lovely B/T well presented in gleaming condition. Short level back, good topline, dark round eyes giving soft expression. Went well both ways.
3 - LEVY & SEDGWICK’S PASCAVALE KRYSTLE JW.

Limit (20, 3)
1 - ATTWOOD’S CLENTVIEW SHE’S MAGIC.
Richly marked Blen well balanced shape. Typical head with dark eyes, lovely long well feathered ear leathers. Moved smartly around the ring holding a very good topline. Well-boned, nice front. One of the final four.
2 - ENGEL’S TIMSAR MISSTEEQ.
Took my eye when she came in the ring. Well-presented Blen, nice topline, looked very good moving around the ring. Very sound both ways. Sweet head just lost to 1 on a slightly lighter eye.
3 - TOWSE’S MILETREE MIESQUE JW.

Special Open, Not exceeding 18lbs (14, 2)
Close decision between 2 lovely bitches that ended up with CC & RCC.
1 - HILL & WEBBER’S CH MONTCOLLY VICTORIA.
Beautiful tri bitch with lovely gentle typical head. I.e. not too short in muzzle. Large round dark eyes showing no white. Rich tan markings, good mouth. Nice length of neck leading into well laid shoulders. Straight front with good bone. Excellent topline held standing & on the move. Well presented in silky coat, moved very smartly both ways around the ring, my eye kept coming to her. Was pleased to award her the bitch CC, and BIS on the referee Mrs Judy Wright decision.
2 - ACKROYD-GIBSON’S TORAYLAC DÉJÀ VU.
Very pretty blen bitch. Lovely soft head with large dark eyes. Well-broken silky coat moved well both ways. Very nice to handle on the table, well made. I loved them both. Reserve CC.
3 - TOLWORTHY’S SALINAN SOMETHING SPECIAL.

Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (6, 1)
1 - MARTIN’S TITIAN MARIONETTE.
Well-balanced Ruby with good temperament. Moved & showed well. Nice soft typical head with dark round eyes, excellent pigment, went well both ways.
2 - ARMITT’S BRASINGAMEN SWAN LAKE.
Nice size, well broken blen.moved well holding her topline.
3 - ROWARTH’S ROBROOK LOU LOU JW

Open (10, 0)
1 - LYMER & SCHEIDT’S LYMREY SWEET DREAM.
Lovely headed blen, huge round dark eyes showing no white. Good pigmentation well used ears. Happy temperament moved and showed well holding a good topline. Another in my final 4.
2 - GAMBLE & Name Withheld LISGARTH PETROUCHKA WITH **.
Nice B/T with bright tans and round dark eyes. Moved well both ways, but didn’t hold the topline as 1 did standing.
3 - SHONE’S CH KORRAINES ATLANTICA.


TRACY JACKSON (JUDGE)
   
Each Year, Mrs Bridget Evans very generously presents a prize of £20 each to the oldest Dog and Bitch examined at the show and found free of MVD. This year her prizes are awarded to:

HOMERBRENT CHARLEMAGNE
Born 18 August 1993
Owned by Mrs Pam Jarrett.

TIMSAR MISS JOCASTA
Born 16 December 1996
Owned by Mrs Annette Jones.
 

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