Bournmouth Canine Association
Championship Show - 10th August 2003

 
Best of Breed - Korraines Atlantica
Best Opposite Sex - Ch Lymrey Roger

Best Puppy -
Wandris Entertainer
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mrs A Oliver
What an experience to judge Cavaliers for the first time with CCs on what was I believe the hottest day of the year. After much discussion prior to judging with exhibitors and my co judge the preference was to stay outside as the inside conditions were even more humid. This factor added to the distance between the two rings would have made it more difficult for exhibitors. A shady corner was therefore constructed by an umbrella tied to the railings and I stressed that I was happy for the dogs to be placed there while I was examining others on the table. This worked well and each was immediately ready and waiting when it was their turn. My thanks must be expressed to my two superb stewards who were very efficient and insistent too that I was kept supplied with water to ensure I lasted the course. I was pleased to find generally good mouths and clean teeth. Some I felt were perhaps a little strong in stop spoiling expressions and the richness of colour on the blenheims was not always apparent. Movement and tails were a little variable in the heat as you would expect. My thanks to the exhibitors for bringing their lovely dogs for me to see and how nice to have so few absentees. My co judge and I were in agreement for BOB as in the final challenge the bitch just had that little extra sparkle. Our Best Puppy was the dog who is surely one for the future.
CC Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
RCC Dolamore's Ricksbury Royal Edition Of Crystaldean
Best Puppy Bubbs's Wandris Entertainer
     
Minor Puppy (9 Entries, 3 Absent)  
1 Knight's Carolus The Playboy
Promising Blenheim immature baby of 7 ½ months who has much to like. Sweet head and expression, good body, neat hocks, straight front, sound both ends and moved well. Carried himself with style.
2 Maxey's Minelda One To One
Nice type of Tri but needs to develop in body yet. Pleasing head and outline.
3 Bloice's Scotlass The Laird NAF
Puppy (5, 0)  
1 Bubb's Wandris Entertainer
Just loved this Blenheim boy of 11 months. He has a beautiful head with shallow stop, gorgeous dark eyes and expression, well set ears. Good mouth. Medium Neck and shoulders well laid; the outline just flows into topline and tail set. Well made in ribs good legs and feet. Super angulation and moved with purpose and proud head carriage, carrying tail well. Super colour and texture in coat. All in a medium sized package. One to watch for the future I should think.
2 Davison, Levy & Sedgwick Pascavale Majestic with Kusilla NAF TAF
Lovely head and expression, made soundly throughout with good quarters and moved well.
3 Steel's Behabre Royal Statesman
Junior (10, 2)  
1 Bloice's Scotlass Harrison
Can you say a pretty boy? He is of nice size, good rear end, very good shoulders, short in hocks. Well made in ribs. Kept closing his eyes in the sun which naturally spoilt expression some of the time. Perhaps eyes could be improved but very typy throughout and his overall balance and showmanship won him the class.
2 Boardman's Volney Super Sleuth
Quality boy coat colour not so broken, but lovely body, legs well set under, good shoulders, decidedly feeling the heat today so not putting in all.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
Novice (5, 1)  
1 Li's Avalcier Alessandro
Deserved to move up here as there were several nice ones in previous class. Very nicely made though coat not at its best today.
2 Biggs' Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Gorgeous head and expression in this Tri, just a little proud of his tail which spoilt the overall picture. In lovely condition.
3 Lunam's Mellow Moment with Flossybrook
Garduate (11, 3)  
1 Bloice's Scotlass Harrison
See Junior
2 Reed's Chantiz Chutney
Pushed the winner hard. Very difficult decision but heat affecting his performance standing and on the move; super head and good pigment. Slightly larger , super quarters fore and aft. Quality throughout, presented to perfection.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
Post Grad (12, 0)  
1 Bennett's Ttenneb Daydream Believer
Full of breed qualities, excelled in shoulders and lovely head properties. Coat colour could perhaps be a little brighter but lovely topline and tail carriage, moved purposefully.
2 Godwin's Cinderlace Sebastian for Cavaliegh
Sweetest head, well made throughout, rich colour, just a little more proud of his tail today spoiling for me the outline a little.
3 Steel's Behabre Extravagence
Mid Limit (3, 0)  
1 Bloice's Scotlass Harrison
See Junior
2 Reed's Chantiz Chuckler
Actually preferred eyes on this boy to winner but not prepared to strut his stuff today and who can blame him. Is full of quality when gone over on the table but I just had to judge as I saw on the day.
3 Name Withheld Name Withheld
Limit (13, 2)  
1 Dolamore's Ricksbury Royal Edition of Crystaldean
Very handsome young dog with great ring presence. Everything flows from lovely head, neck, shoulder into topline and tail carriage. Sound legs and feet, nice feet, good mouth and presented in lovely condition and lovely colour. Moved stylishly RESERVE DOG CC
2 Barraclough's Ricksbury Royal Revolotion of Juette
Another super specimen and litter mate which explains it. Sound and typy as is Royal Edition and both have super dentition.
3 Godwin's Cavaliegh Designer
Open (13, 3)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
Splendid specimen of good size, make and shape. He and the bitch made a good pair in the challenge. Melting expression, shallow stop, well set ears. Soundly constructed throughout, moved with such purpose around the ring and has that ability to draw you back and back. On the move has that typical outline that is so important. A happy small Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Could not be denied another CC, was proud to go over him but he had decided enough was enough in the challenge for BOB.
2 Boardman's Ch Volney Quest
Quality boy just putting in enough today. Sound well made ribs, lovely forequarters and well angulated at rear.
3 Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration

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Bitches Mr J McQuaid
My thanks to my efficient and friendly stewards. Bournemouth is a lovely show and has a nostalgic quality for me; my grandfather having been President and then Patron for a large part of the last century. It was perhaps the hottest day of the year and by Junior, we retreated to the tenting for some very welcome shade. If this year is to set a president, it may be worth planning ahead a little more carefully for such severe weather conditions. I was generally very pleased with my class winners. My main concern of the day was movement. Very few exhibits possessed a true, sound action coming and going.
CC Shone's Korraines Atlantica
RCC Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Best Puppy Hughes' Loranka's Celebration Time
     
Minor Puppy (14 Entries, 1 absent)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Celebration Time
Blenheim of promise. Balanced head, free from exaggeration. Pretty expression with deep pigmentation and large dark eyes. Attractive markings and of a correct size. Won this class with her overall balance and depth of quality. Moved well. Best Puppy Bitch
2 Boundy's Rubyfield Escapade
B/T, slightly longer than 1 but full of quality and substance. Appealing head with good work in the expression, enhanced by her large, dark eyes. Good forehand and sturdy rear. Moved well and maintained a pleasing tail carriage.
3 Name Withheld Name Withheld
Puppy (16, 3)  
1 Perry's Rosemonde Indulgence
Smart, richly marked Blenheim. Pleasing size and conformation. Moved steadily and with purpose, aided by those neat, short hocks. Pretty head and very attentive to handler. Would prefer a greater spring of rib, but has time on her side.
2 Waterman's Rexeven Velvet Rose of Buffski
B/T who scored highly in body with those sleek shoulders and well-angulated stifles. Moved to advantage.
3 Fox-Shone's Pamedna Cara Mia
Junior (15, 4)  
1 Shinnick's Leelyn Essence
B/T, such a feminine bitch who stood away for quality in this class. Pretty, refined head. Short coupled with good fore and rear angulation. Stood four-square at all times. Moved soundly and with verve. Promising.
2 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity JW
Very appealing Blenheim of exemplary size. Pretty head and expression, would just prefer a little more neck.
3 Smith's Sallcott Baroque
Novice (13, 1)  
1 Shinnick's Leelyn Essence
See Junior
2 Gillhespy's Lorphil Love Triangle
Petite Tri. So very feminine and animated. Pleasing to go over, impressed by her large dark eyes. Moved well and with drive.
3 Lambelle's Rexeven Amelia Rose
Graduate (8, 2)  
1 Dix's Downsbank Winter Berries for Beewye JW
Very nicely made ruby, good lay of shoulder and turn of stifle. Very well balanced standing and on the move, appealing head and expression. Moved very well both ways.
2 Shinnick Leelyn Goldie Locks
Very feminine ruby of an ideal size. A little more time needed to realise potential.
3 Morrison's Lewisisle Highland Ionadh
Post Grad (10, 2)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
A Blenheim of which to be extremely proud. Right up my street for type and size. Exquisite head, so much work in her expression but so refined and feminine. Good neck and shoulders, pleasing spring of rib and short coupled. Evenly marked, so very balanced in outline. Moved soundly and with purpose. Just lacking rear furnishings today but in full bloom will be quite something. Res. CC
2 Hughes' Loranka's Hey Baby
Blenheim, again of an ideal size and richly marked. Pretty head and expression. Moved well.
3 Whitaker's Culverhill Narinda
Mid Limit (9, 0)  
1 Shone's Korraines Atlantica
Blenheim that I have admired from afar and did not disappoint on close inspection. Such a pleasing size and so well made, could not put a foot wrong. Correct tail set and carriage, moved very well both ways. Ultra feminine head with a melting expression, in no way overdone. Encompassed so many of the attributes I was looking for and had the finish and the attitude to take top honours. Not the first exhibit I have admired to come from her breeder, and such a fortunate acquisition for her owner! CC & BOB.
2 Hunter's Spennithorne Midnight Rose
B/T, excelled in conformation and movement. In very good condition, showed and handled well.
3 Biggs' Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian
Limit (9, 3)  
1 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Victoria
Elegant Tri of quality. Balanced head with good clarity and kind eyes. Pleasing to go over, moved with a steady and purposeful action. A smart exhibit who may do better on a cooler day.
2 Banks' Choya In A Whisper
Very close decision between 1 & 2, again, wasn’t any the better for the heat. Nevertheless, many qualities to admire: exemplary size, balanced outline and a sound action. Just lacking in pigmentation.
3 Li's Avalcier Elle
Open (7, 0) A great variety of types and qualities made this a hard class to judge and it would not surprise me if all seven were to change places on another day.
1 Gamble's Lisgarth Petrouchka
Outgoing B/T of style and substance. Beautifully made and in good coat she makes for an eye-catching exhibit, in repose. Moved very well and with drive. A great performer with plenty of character, but must not get carried away.
2 Banks' Choya Web of Fantasy
Not the zip of 1 and of a different type, though of equal appeal. Excellent size, even markings, well made and compact. Looking a little tired in the heat but nevertheless a very attractive head and expression. Moved well.
3 Fry & Jackson Ch Amantra Madonna
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