Open Show - 21st November 2004


Held at Cleckheaton and judged by Mrs Kate Westwood




Best Puppy In Show
Royalvale Rock Don’t Stop
Best In Show
Deranmar Michael
Reserve Best In Show
Miletree Zara
     
Judge's Report

I would like to thank the committee for putting on a successful show and making me welcome, and my stewards, for their hard work and support during the day. I found a very nice entry with excellent temperament and presentation good. There were several "winter noses" and I did feel tail carriage in the younger dog classes not good. The bitch classes were very strong and several worthy exhibits went home cardless, I am sure they will have their day. I found the northern exhibitors very sporting, and applauding all the winners.


DOGS
Best Dog: Rennard’s Deranmar Michael
Reserve Best Dog: Korn’s Sandusk Monterey
Best Puppy Dog: Bloice’s Scotlass Indecent Proposal


Minor Puppy (6 entries, 1 absent)
1 Bloice’s Scotlass Indecent Proposal
Nice honest Blenheim, good neck and shoulders, good topline and tailset, dark eyes, and pigment, rich colour, moved brightly, well schooled. Best Puppy Dog.
2 Turp’s Tingamar Sentimental
3 Maclaine’s Lochbuie Play To The Gallery


Puppy (10, 1)
1 Armitt’s Brasingamen Fire Opal
Nice sized Blenheim, with an excellent topline and tailset, dark pigment, well marked, a promising puppy who moved and showed well.
2 Bunter’s Spennithorne Justin Thyme
3 Crane’s Cranvarl Royal Albert


Junior (9, 2)
1 Steel’s Behabre Burberry Touch
Very smart Tricolour, who although up to size, full of glamour and really asked for the class, very sound with straight front and good bone, nice rich tan, well marked with a lovely coat, behaved very well.
2 Renaud’s Ellenaud Harry Potter
3 Keane’s Danyas X-Treme


Maiden (7, 0)
1 Green’s Catemmsal Sunset
Very beautiful Ruby, real toy spaniel, excellent pigment and lovely large dark eyes, level. topline, nice straight silky coat, an extremely pretty dog, just my type, pushed the Best and Reserve Best Dog hard.
2 Baker’s Nevhill’s Navarra
3 Bunter’s Spennithorne Justin Thyme


Novice (7, 0)
1 Rennard’s Deranmar The Kingmaker
Very nice Blenheim, nice richly marked coat, well balanced head, good size, large dark eyes and pigment, just the right bone for size, with level topline and tailset, well shown and presented really asked for the class.
2 Smith’s Beaudale Cloudy Heights
3 Baker’s Nevhill’s Navarra


Veteran (8, 3)
1 Steel’s Astralea Classic Gold of Behabre
Lovely sized Blenheim, old fashioned head with kind expression, short coupled level topline, good tailset and nice markings and coat, moved brightly.
2 Grant’s Granasil Black Jack
3 Baker’s Chacombe Chattanooga


Special Post Graduate, Tricolour or Blenheim (10, 1)
1 Korn’s Sandusk Monterey
Very nice Blenheim with a gorgeous head, good length of neck and well laid shoulders, level topline, good tailset, excellent pigment, real toy spaniel with lovely coat and condition, pressed hard for best dog, Reserve Best Dog. shall watch his progress with interest.
2 Thomas’ Charlottetown Toby Thomas
3 Sheard & Price’s Almondene Endeavour


Special Post Graduate, Black/Tan or Ruby (9, 0)
1 Bailey’s Aldoricka Ullysees
Ruby with an extremely attractive head, large dark eyes, good length of neck, well laid shoulders level topline, good rich colour and good coat, nose a little of colour today, but I forgave this as the rest was so good. pressed hard by 2nd
2 Lunam’s Flossybrook Total Eclipse
3 Eyre’s Leelyn Black Baron With Newroyds


Limit (7, 2)
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael
Blenheim of ideal size, very compact and with excellent bone, good for neck and shoulders, topline and tailset, very well balanced head with lovely large dark eyes and pigment also desired lozenge, rich colour and silky coat, a very true honest dog that I liked very much. Best Dog and pleased to award him Best In Show.
2 Sandlan & Marshali’s Greenhow Glissade With Arenkote
3 Bloice’s Scotlass Harrison


Open (5, 2)
1 Sandlan’s Arenkote Firedance
Blenheim with a nice outlook, who tried hard to please his handler, attractive head, good eyes and pigment, good outline, rich colour, nice coat and went very well.
2 Powell’s Keylngham Finley of Margareith
3 Owens’ Parkwall Lewis




BITCHES
Best Bitch: Towse’s Miletree Zara
Reserve Best Bitch: Moulden’s Whitecroft. Promises
Best Puppy Bitch: Reaney’s Royalvale Rock Don’t Stop


Minor Puppy (13 entries, 5 absent)
1 Reaney’s Royalvale Rock Don’t Stop
Very well finished Black and Tan, lovely neck and shoulders level topline, dark eyes and pigment, rich tan, a good quality bitch, beautiful straight silky coat, very well shown, handled and presented, really asked for the class. A happy showgirl. Best Puppy Bitch and Best Puppy in Show.
2 Hoyle’s Barcris Sparkling Return
3 Wilkinson’s Faircharm Songbird


Puppy (13, 7)
1 Clarke’s Mistys Double for Petasha
Smart Black and Tan, good dark eyes and pigment, nice length of neck and well laid shoulders, very honest puppy, very good coat and condition, well schooled, went round the ring like she owned it, waggjng her tail. Should be more like her around.
2 Dawber’s Simanbeck Edie May
3 Hindle’s Ellisiana Shan Tung


Junior (10, 1)
1 Towse’s Miletree Zara
Absolutely divine Blenheim, very neat, nice size, good bone, lovely front with plenty of heart room, nice neck, level topline and tail. Beautiful well broken orange colour on compact body, lovely dark eyes and pigment, pretty head, moved and showed very well, I was very impressed with this bitch, fitting the standard so well pleased to award her Best Bitch, Shall watch her progress with interest.
2 Inglis' Craigowl Columbia
3 Whitfield's Beauella Kasino at Bevelmount


Maiden (12, 7)
1 Bull’s Granasil Ladybird at Ladash
Very sound Blenheim, very well put together, good rib and well marked, dark eyes, well shown and presented, pushed hard by 2nd, very little to choose between them.
2 Clarke’s Petasha Fantegan
3 Tolworthy’s Keyingham Mait.lyn of Salman


Novice (10, 2)
1 Moulden’s Whitecroft. Promises
Glamorous Blenheim, attractive head with large dark eyes, good reach of neck, level topline, nice coat, moved gracefully. Reserve Best Bitch.
2 Bull's Granasil Ladybird
3 Whitfield's Beaulla Kasino at Bevelmount


Veteran (6, 4)
1 Bartlett’s Deranmar Edwina for Korolevsky
Well marked Tricolour bitch of seven years, sweet head and expression, rich tan, moved and showed happily. Close up was
2 Dawber’s Grantilley Jenny Wren at Simanbeck.

Special Post Graduate, Tricolour or Blenheim (14, 7)
1 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Won this class with ease, nicely marked Tricolour, with rich tan, dark eyes and pigment,. well bodied, good coat and condition, nice size, moved and showed well.
2 Wilkinson’s Faircharm Sweet Charity
3 Leach’s Flossybrook Mitzi Gaynor at Ouzlewell.


Special Post Graduate, Black/Tan or Ruby (12, 4)
The most difficult class of the day to judge, with all very worthy bitches.
1 Turps' Granasil Fenella at Tingamar
Beautiful head and expression, dark eyes, well balanced, with level topline, lovely silky coat, moved and showed well, all at one with her owner.
2 Wilson’s Lichens Tartan Flame.
3 Reaney’s Leelyn Soul Sister.


Limit (12, 4)
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Amelie
Another one from this kennel with the lovely large dark eyes and the blackest of pigment, very glamorous, very typical, nice size, good neck and shoulders, good tailset, well marked, went very well for her owner, considered her for Best bitch but in the final line up wasn’t moving quite as well.
2 Moulden’s Broganzor Promise Promise
3 Wilson’s Lichens Tartan Flame.


Open (7 5)
1 Crozier’s Dress Rehersal of Korraines
Nice honest, Blenheim, with rich markings, dark eyes and pigment, went round the ring well, showing her nice outline. Unfortunately the only new one here, but a worthy winner.
2 Evans & Holford’s Granasil Magic Eclipse With Trufee.

Mrs K Westwood (Judge)
 

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