BLACKPOOL & DISTRICT CANINE SOCIETY
Championship Show - 20th June 2003

 
Best of Breed - Ch Lymrey Roger
Best Opposite Sex - Brymarden Rosetta

Best Puppy -
Lyndabelle Louis at Turretbank
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mrs H Cummings
I was looking for a dog within the Breed Standard size, whose head had the desired flat skull, high set ears, well tapered muzzle, shallow stop and soft expression, whose body was well developed, short in the loin and level in back, whose leg length was in balance with the body, and who possessed the happy, confident Cavalier temperament we all love. I felt I had found these virtues in my prize winners, hence the somewhat repetitive nature of my comments.
CC Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
RCC Cockburn's Evonola Talk of The Town at Phylmars
Best Puppy Sloan's Lyndabelle Louis at Turretbank
     
Minor Puppy (13 entries, 3 absent)  
1 Sloan's Lyndabelle Louis at Turretbank
7 month Blen complete with spot. Neat size, compact and short coupled, sweet head not overdone for age, lovely large eyes and dark pigment. Full of himself, but showed he could move when he wanted to, a delightful character. My co-judge and I agreed he deserved the Best Puppy award.
2 Inglis' Craigowl Billy Elliot
Very smart heavily marked Tricolour, again nice size, pleasing head proportions, well ribbed up body, good angulation. Gleaming coat in lovely condition, showed and moved very well. Just preferred the larger eye of 1 which I felt gave a softer expression.
3 Brakes' Caralean Chase The Ace
Puppy (14, 2)  
1 Barwell's Charlottetown Top Man
He was today in this class, 9 month Blen with pleasing typical head for his age, so well constructed with excellent spring of rib, good muscular development, noticeably good legs and feet and lovely straight front. Moved with real drive. Would love to see him when he has matured.
2 Shinnick's Leelyn Darius
Glamorous Ruby with lots of coat, mature for age with good body, showed well. Slightly heavier in head than 1.
3 Li's Avalcier Alessandro
Junior (17, 3) It was splitting hairs to separate the first three here.
1 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
Very well made and well presented Blenheim, nicely proportioned head, good ribcage, good overall construction and angulation, smart straight coat, a real picture.
2 Sloan's Turretbank Franchino
Beautifully presented Black and Tan with shining straight coat, again well made and angulated, good outline and tail carriage, lovely dog.
3 Andrews & Markie's Otus Morning Magician for Drewsankie
Spec Yearling (12, 1)  
1 Andrews & Markie's Otus Morning Magician for Drewsankie
3rd in strong Junior class, only because his coat was "between stages" on the day. Most attractive compact, cobby Tri of neat size and balanced proportions. Typical head with sweet, soft expression. Showed well.
2 Reed's Chantiz Chutney
19 month Blenheim, a lot to like about this boy, especially his balanced general shape and outline, has all the essentials, by no means "finished", but should be one to watch when he coats up and matures.
3 Grant's Granasil Winter Flame
Graduate (17, 0) A strong class.
1 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
Well shown Ruby, head with flat skull, high set ears, shallow stop and well-tapered muzzle yet fill-up under the eyes and nicely developed lips. Body well put together. Straight shiny coat. Moved and showed very well to win the class.
2 Waddington's Spindlepoint Chancellor
Eye-catching Blenheim in fine condition, good outline, plenty of shiny straight coat, playing up a bit but moved well when got going.
3 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Antony
Post Graduate (17, 2) Headed by two delightful Tricolours both of such neat size and shape, charmingly typical heads with flat skulls, tapered muzzles but sufficient lips, dark eyes and soft expressions, both short-coupled and of good construction.
1 Biggs' Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Yes he was, if not so keen on standing still at times, but won because his well-conditioned straight coat on the day gave him the edge, despite his being on the lively side!
2 Barwell's Jonty Jones of Charlottetown
Although his coat had not quite the "polish", a dog of excellent all-round merit who appealed greatly.
3 Hedger's Judyland The Dazzler at Alrewic
Mid Limit (7, 1)  
1 Angell's Charwelton Valentine
Charming typy Blenheim, good moderate bone and substance for his neat size, sweet head with melting expression, cobby well-made body, moved and showed well.
2 Reed's Chantiz Chuckler
Another Blen of desired size and type, impressive conformation. Moved very well. Just preferred expression of 1.
3 Koster's Harana Starman
Limit (19, 2) The class of the day - some really fine dogs had to go cardless.
1 Barraclough's Ricksbury Royal Revolotion of Juette
Striking Blen who nearly threw the class away by being silly, but settled down to show his good points - his head qualities, his balanced outline, his good body and straight silky coat. He certainly could move with drive and extension when he chose. A boy of distinct quality
2 Li's Avalcier Atomic Blaze
Another impressive Blen with a really beautiful head, well constructed body and glamorous coat; won his place despite playing up on the day.
3 Mochrie's Downsbank Kensington
Three super dogs.
Open (9, 0)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
This was one that lifted up my heart. As well as all the essentials - ideal size, compact shape, good construction, head of correct breed type with big eyes and melting expression, he had such a happy, confident temperament and that indefinable "look at me" factor as he moved with drive round the ring. I thought he was gorgeous. CC and BOB.
2 Cockburn's Evonola Talk of The Town at Phylmars
Slightly larger Blen but again of lovely type - attractive head with big dark eyes, well made body and balanced proportions, in great condition. He moved well if not quite with the enthusiasm of 1; nevertheless a very stylish dog. Reserve CC.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Majestic Moments
Veteran    
1 No Entries  

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Bitches Mrs O Emery
CC Claydon's Brymarden Rosetta
RCC Taylor's Florindale Touch of Black for Kemble
Best Puppy    
     
Minor Puppy    
1 Scott's Toscam Monte Lucia
2 Mynott's Honeybet Hermione
3 Baldrey's Hollambrie Petite Fleur
Puppy    
1 Tidswell's Allrena Alexis
2 Shinnick's Leelyn Essence
3 Hogan's Stavonga Sea Lilly
Junior    
1 Taylor's Florindale Touch of Black for Kemble
2 Moulden's Forever Romance of Whitecroft
3 Savage's Lymrey Deep Secret
Spec Yearling    
1 Claydon's Brymarden Rosetta
2 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
3 Crozier's Korraines Pirats Gold
Graduate    
1 Armitt's Brasingamen Swan Lake
2 Dix's Downsbank Winter Berries for Beewye
3 Li's Avalcier Elle
Post Graduate    
1 Allerton's Karabel Karrigold
2 Tomlinson's Sanickro Vision
3 Mynott's Honeybet Hot News
Mid Limit    
1 Bloomfield's Geronsart Victoriana of Oaklake
2 Claydon's Brymarden Kirsty Maccoll
3 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Victoria
Limit    
1 Kerr's Kinvaar Coco Chanel
2 Angell's Charwelton Venetia
3 Gibson's Evonola Melting Moment
Open    
1 Fry & Jackson's Amantra Madonna
2 Banks' Choya In A Whisper
3 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Romance
Veteran    
1 Hogan's Ch Ricksbury Camilla at Stavonga
2 Hamill's Craebeck Satin Rose JW
3 Beattie's Norwood Daisy Mae of Norcrest
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