CRUFTS Dog Show
Championship Show - 9th March 2003

 
Best of Breed - Lymrey Roger
Best Opposite Sex - Ch Maibee Delicious
Best Puppy - Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity


Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs.   Mr B Claydon
C.C. Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Roger
R.C.C. Bidgood's Grantilly Moon Shadow
B.P. Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
     
Special Puppy (18, 2 abs)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
Richly coloured, well marked dog, with good bone, short coupled, good front, level topline and a good turn of stifle. Gorgeous head with well set ears, large dark eyes and well cushioned foreface, his clear cut facial markings are the icing on the cake. A willing showman that moves well, must have a bright future.
2 Fry & Jackson's Amantra Robin Hood
Another nice Blenheim with spot, a good headed dog, more ear featherings will complete the picture, good bone, firm topline, well turned stifles, richly marked but not quite as mature as the winner.
3 Boardman's Volney Super Sleuth
Heavier marked Blenheim with rich chestnut markings, nice head, lovely eye, good topline on the move, needs to settle more on the table.
Special Junior (20, 0)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
Lovely Ruby youngster, who is so well balanced, appealing head with well feathered ears, large dark eye, good neck and shoulders. Just the right amount of bone for his size, good spring of rib, good topline, well turned stifles. A steady mover and the best showman of this class, his overall finish won him the top spot.
2 Parker's Jordanic Lucca
Well marked Blenheim who was a tad smaller than the others but non the less the balance is right. A smart dog with well set ears, dark eyes and clear facial markings, good topline, well turned stifles, short coupled, good coat colour. Moved and showed well.
3 Waddington's
Spindlepoint Chancellor
Appeasling well marked Blenheim that excels in movement, looking a shade longer than the first two on the day, more coat will improve the overall picture, well handled and presented.
Special Yearling (14, 3)  
1 Drewett's Judyland Touch of Magic
Beautiful Blenheim with a gorgeous head and expression, large dark eyes, fabulous ears, shown in wonderful coat, well boned, good spring of rib, good turn of stifle, moved well and showed non stop, well presented.
2 Reed's Chantiz Chutney
Well marked Blenheim, very typical of his breeding. Nice size, good head and eye, well boned, good topline, nice neck and shoulders, well turned stifles. Moved and showed really well.
3 Chong's Rytonion Quickstep
Another nice Blenheim though not in the coat of the first two. Appealing head and eye, lovely expression, well boned, good topline, showed OK.
Undergraduate (23, 0)  
1 Smith's Salador Celtic Magician
Quality Tricolour so typical of this kennel. First class head with gentle expression, large dark eyes, well set ears that are extremely well feathered , well broken markings with rich tan. A cobby dog with good overall shape. Presented in full coat, he moved steadily and showed well.
2 Barwell's Lusanjo Rocket Of Charlottetown
Well broken Tricolour with rich tan markings, lovely neck and shoulders, level topline, good hind angulation, well boned, a lovely mover that showed well.
3 Bubb's Wandris Dance Master
Another nice Tricolour with an appealing head and eye, well cushioned foreface, good topline, well bent stifles, well boned, moved and showed well.
Graduate (17, 1)  
1 Gow's Lyncraeg Daydream
Elegant Blenheim with attractive head and dark eye. A nice type with well set ears and good reach of neck, well boned and a level topline, well marked but not yet in full coat. A good mover both ways and looks a picture going round the ring. His extrovert temperament will always get him noticed.
2 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Enchanted
Blenheim of quality, lovely type, attractive head and eye, well cushioned foreface, well bodied, short coupled, good topline, lovely bone, nice size. I thought this would be my winner but he was not moving as well as the winner.
3 Inglis' Craigowl Jesmond
A lovely Tricolour of nice type, appealing head, good reach of neck, level topline, in lovely condition and what coat he had was excellent, but not enough of it to place him higher.
Post Grad (21, 4)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Ryan
Anotehr quality Blenheim from this kennel, well balanced, cobby, well ribbed and nicely boned. Appealing head, good topline, well turned stifle, showed in lovely coat and very well presented, a steady mover that showed well.
2 Mochrie's Downsbank Kensington
Good moving Black and Tan, with a pleasing head and eye and well set ears. Nice overall shape, well bodied, good spring of rib, nice bone, good legs and feet. Rich tan markings, shown in fair coat, showed really well.
3 Blunt's Karabel Kavanagh
Blenheim with appealing head and eye and well cushioned foreface, well bodied, good spring of rib, short coupled, good turn of stifle.
Mid Limit (30, 3)  
1 Angell's Charwelton Valentine
Quality Blenheim, with a lovely head, dark eyes, well set ears, making for an attractive expression. A well balanced dog throughout, good neck and shoulders, well boned, good topline, well bodied, good turn of stifle. Shown in lovely condition and gleaming coat, moved well and showed nicely. This was a good class and many nice dogs left the ring without a card.
2 Koster's Harana Starman
Glamorous Black and tan with a first class head, soft well cushioned foreface, large dark eyes framed by well feathered ears. Lovely size and bone, good front, well angulated hind quarters. Shown in exceptional coat and condition, I am sure that the first two will change places on occasions in the future.
3 Martin's Red Timber of Homerbrent
Extrovert Ruby, lovely coat colour , pleasing head, well cushioned foreface. A willing showman.
Limit (24, 3)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Roger
Lovely type Blenheim with appealing head, good neck, well laid shoulders, level topline, well turned stifles. Good size, well boned, short coupled, well broken markings. A good moving dog with the right attitude for the show ring. I was impressed by the overall balance and breed type of this young dog, and was pleased to award him his third CC, and also to see him represent the breed in the Group.
2 Hurley's Owengarve Romulus
Lovely coloured Ruby, that was shown in good coat and condition. A lovely type that is well put together. Appealing head with a soft expression, good neck and shoulders, level topline, nice turn of stifle, well boned for size, moved and showed well.
3 Reed's Chantiz Chuckler
Good moving Blenheim, that was shown in nice coat and condition, well boned and nicely put together, good topline and well bodied.
Open (20, 2)  
1 Bidgood's Grantilley Shadow Moon
Headed a very strong open class. Richly coloured well marked Blenheim, with a lovely head and eye, nicely balanced with the right amount of bone for his size. Cobby bodied, good front, level topline, well bent stifles. Shown in good coat and well presented. A close thing between this dog and the Limit winner for the CC. But just preferred the hind movement of the Limit winner on the day. So he had to settle for the Reserve CC.
2 Kuehni's Swiss/Lux Ch Tatanja's X-Elent Midnight Sun
Glamorous Tricolour with super head and eye, and well set ears. Another well balanced dog with good bone, well developed chest, level topline and well turned stifles. Shown in lovely coat which was well broken with rich tan markings, moved and showed well.
3 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Intrigue
Typy Blenheim, with the best of heads, gorgeous eyes and soft melting expression, nicely marked in good coat, well feathered legs and tail, compact and not too big. Showed well.
Special Veteran (13, 6)  
1 Coaker's Ch Homerbrent Expression
Beautiful headed Blenheim dog with dark expressive eyes and well cushioned foreface, rich chestnut markings on a pearly white. A compact dog with level topline and good substance. Shown in lovely bloom and condition. A good moving dog that showed well.
2 Rennard's Ch Deranmar Orlando
Another nice Blenheim, nice head qualities, well bodied, lovely bone, good topline, good spring of rib, well turned stifls. Well marked, in good coat, a lovely mover that showed happily.
3 Costello's Hilarny Bristol Bias
10 year old Tricolour in remarkable condition for his age. A nice type that showed and moved well.
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Bitches   Mrs P Stark
It was a great honour to have been invited to judge my breed at Crufts, the day was indeed memorable and I hope that the exhibitors enjoyed it as much as I did. It was a privilege to have the opportunity to judge so many lovely bitches, unfortunately there were not enough cards to go round! I would like to thank my very efficient stewards who contributed so much to the smooth running of the ring. My co-judge Mr Brian Claydon and I agreed that the very exuberant and glamorous dog, Lymrey Roger, should represent the Breed in the Group.
C.C. Water's Ch Maibee Delicious
R.C.C. Tolworthy's Salinan Something Special
Best Puppy Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
     
Special Puppy (22, 3)  
1 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Very precocious full coated and beautifully presented young Blenheim who gleamed with condition, very feminine head shape with large dark eyes and pigment to match framed by full ears; firm body of pleasing proportion, well turned quarters and good round bone for her ideal size, a typy puppy who moved with style and showed happily. Best Puppy in Breed.
2 Moulden's Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Very pretty well broken Tri with rich tan highlights, very similar in body shape to the winner, she excelled in length of neck and shoulder placement, a very pleasing exhibit of promise who moved with drive keeping a level topline and tail carriage.
3 Rennard's Edonhill Rising Star For Deranmar
Well broken Blenheim of quality who is still very immature, sweet head with large dark eyes and appealing expression, text-book neck and shoulder placement, firm cobby body, moved and showed happily, just need time to fulfil her undoubted potential.
Special Junior (28, 5)  
1 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Temptation
Richly coloured rather heavily marked Blenheim made on elegant lines, so very reminiscent of her well-known dam, beautiful head with huge dark round eyes, nicely tapered clear muzzle, firm body with strong quarters, moved well keeping a level topline, very promising.
2 Bayliss' Miskhill Boujolais At Castlewytch
Most attractive little Tri, well broken with very rich tan markings, good bone for her correct size, pretty head properties, well constructed body which is slightly shorter in the couplings than the winner, moved with style keeping a particularly good topline and tail carriage.
3 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Well broken and very well presented Blenheim shown in good coat, feminine head with beautiful expressive eyes and good pigment, well constructed body, she moved with drive.
Special Yearling (26, 5)  
1 Ferguson & Mair's Miadahl Threee Times A Lady
Eye-catching crisply marked Tri made on elegant lines, feminine head with dark eyes and alert gentle expression, very rich tan markings, nice reach of neck, short firm well ribbed body and good angulation, she moved with drive keeping a dead level backline, a happy and promising exhibit who was put down in gleaming coat and condition.
2 Porter's Ringcreevy Romilly's Choice
Another very feminine Tri made on similar lines to the above, sweet head and expression, shown in good coat. I just preferred the extreme clarity of the winner.
3 Allcock's Sleepyhollow Contralto
Very mature, profusely coated and immaculately presented Blenheim, lovely type who moved with aplomb and showed her excellent topline and tail carriage to advantage.
Undergraduate (22, 2)  
1 Jones' Timsar Miss B'Havin
Very shapely well broken and richly coloured Blenheim, lovely head and dark eyes, cobby body with good bone, showed and moved with enthusiasm, reminds me of he well known older sister, an exciting prospect for the future.
2 Godwin's Cavaliegh Parfait
Classically marked Tri shown in full well presented coat, feminine head framed by long ears, short deep body and good angulation, a quality exhibit who showed her charms to advantage.
3 Paterson's Crothele Tammy Wynette With Phrency
Very pretty well broken Tri with the most lovely head and gentle expression, well ribbed firm body, she stood four square presenting a balanced pleasing picture.
Graduate (19, 1)  
1 Martin's Ttitian Marionnette
Very exuberant richly coloured Ruby who appealed for her type and quality, good head shape with large dark eyes and pigment to match, short deep body and well let down quarters, excellent tail carriage and movement once she settled down to the job in hand.
2 Rollins & Poundford's Poundroll Spring Blossom
Very happy exhibit with a particularly beautiful head and sweet expression, another with a firm cobby body and strong quarters, shown in full well presented coat of very silky texture.
3 Towse's Miletree Miesque JW
Neat little richly coloured Blenheim with a shapely head and dark eyes, nice bone for her size.
Post Graduate (29, 7)  
1 Tolworthy's Salinan Something Special
A most impressive well broken and profusely coated Blenheim, feminine shapely head with large dark eyes framed by full well fringed ears, excellent reach of neck and well laid shoulders, short deep body, she moved soundly and with style, a very attentive and willing showgirl. She is certainly "something special" and deserved the RCC.
2 Biggs' Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian
Very striking Tri shown in good coat, she stood four square and made a pleasing picture both standing and on the move, good head and very alert expression, firm body of good proportions and strong quarters which she used to advantage on the move, close up to the winner.
3 Moulden's Poundroll April Dream
Heavily marked very feminine Blenheim with beautiful eyes and long well set ears, quality bitch who moved with drive.
Mid Limit (29, 4)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Romance
This well broken richly coloured Blenheim was the best mover of this quality class, feminine head with large dark eyes and pigment, mature well balanced body with strong quarters which she used to advantage on the move, a confident showgirl.
2 Rollins & Poundford's Poundroll Ffatal Charm
Extremely pretty well marked Blenheim who was put down to the minute, lovely feminine head, large dark eyes and sweet gentle expression, a quality exhibit who was unlucky to meet the above.
3 Barraclough's Phrenchy Almost An Angel At Juette
Well coated and presented Blenheim constructed on similar lines to the above, classic head shape and pleasing body proportions, moved with drive. A trio of lovely bitches.
Limit (21, 4)  
1 Cunningham's Chamanic Fredrika
Very elegant and showy little Black and Tan, attractive head with large dark eyes and long well fringed ears, crested neck and good shoulder placement, firm cobby body and strong quarters, her profuse raven black coat with rich tan markings was well presented, she moved with drive and enthusiasm, considered for top honours.
2 Gardiner & Dansage's Edonhill Starry Eyes
Very pretty well broken Blenheim shown in good coat and condition, sweet head with large dark eyes and dense pigment, good neck and shoulders, short deep body and well let down quarters, just preferred the "look at me" attitude of the winner.
3 Shone's Cobalatino Lady Salacia
Another impressive Blenheim of a similar type, classic head shape with beautiful dark eyes, excelled in neck and shoulder placement, firm body, she moved with drive.
Open (22, 7)  
1 Waters' Ch Maibee Delicious
This well broken richly coloured and silky coated Blenheim stood out for type and quality, classic feminine head shape with the most lovely dark round expressive eyes and dense pigment framed by full ears, elegant length of crested neck and clean shoulder placement, straight front and round bone, firm deep cobby body and strong well let down quarters, she moved soundly with drive and showed with dignity keeping a level backline presenting a pleasing well balanced picture at all times. This aptly named little bitch of perfect size did not disappoint in any way and is the epitome of Breed Type, it was my great pleasure to award this lovely mature exhibit a well deserved CC over a galaxy of beautiful bitches.
2 Levy & Sedgwick's Winnie At Pascavale
Very richly and rather heavily marked Blenheim who was perfectly presented and handled to advantage, very pretty feminine head and attractive expression, firm body which was slightly longer in couplings than the above, well angulated strong quarters which produced a free flowing movement, a quality exhibit.
3 Jones' Ch Timsar Miss Chief
Very feminine Blenheim with a well presented profuse well broken coat, lovely head properties framed by long ears, good length of neck and firm mature body, she moved well and showed her virtues to advantage.
Special Veteran (24, 5) This was the hardest class of the day to judge with so many lovely bitches who were belying their years and enjoying being in the ring again. I only wished that I could have had a card for everyone.
1 Rennard's Ch Deranmar Sonnet
This lovely bitch is still the ultimate showgirl and was enjoying her day in the limelight. I have always admired this exhibit but never had the opportunity of judging her before, she moved truly with drive keeping a dead level topline and tail carriage, sweet head with large dark expressive eyes, body of good proportions, shown in good order. This classic bitch has lost nothing with the passing of the years.
2 Hogan's Ch Ricksbury Camilla At Stavonga
This profusely coated well broken Blenheim was beautifully presented, lovely head with large dark eyes and fringed ears, short deep body, she showed with great enthusiasm and style.
3 Goodwin's Ir Ch Amantra Virginia Is Lanola
Another richly coloured well broken Blenheim of quality, very neat body proportions, showed and moved happily, very full of herself.

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