Eastern Counties Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 12th April 2003

Best In Show - Ch Volney Quest
Best Opposite Sex - Winnie of Pascavale
Best Puppy - Keyingham Branwell

Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs.   Mr B Rix
I would like to thank the hard working Committee for putting on a splendid show, that looked good and had a friendly atmosphere with a good number of stall holders, to keep everyone happy. The rings were a good size surrounded with quality white fencing, and plenty of rubber matting for the dogs to move on.
My co judge Mrs Marion Wiggins and I were in agreement on the joint awards.
C.C. Boardman's Ch Volney Quest
R.C.C. Waddington's Spindlepoint Chancellor
Best Puppy Park's Keyingham Branwell
Veteran (3 entries)  
1 Barwell's Ch Charlottetown Trueman
A very sound blenheim with good temperament, lovely outline, both standing and on the move in good coat. Very animated a worthy Champion and credit to his owner. Best Veteran
2 Richmond's Charlottetown Roger
Lovely headed nine year old in good coat and condition, not the reach of neck of 1 – both lovely type.
Minor Puppy (22)  
1 Park's Keyingham Branwell
Promising blenheim of good colour, lovely head with soft gentle expression coming from dark well set eyes, good pigment, well proportioned body a puppy full of quality that should have a bright future. Best Puppy in Show.
2 Aldous & Smith's Arenel Ballistic
Just a baby but such a lovely head, ideal size well marked coat, sound and stylish mover should mature well.
3 Bubb's Wandris Entertainer
Again another attractive headed blenheim, good bone, not as settled as 1 & 2 but should come on well a good class.
Puppy (19)  
1 Atkinson's Broganzor Damaskus for Kimlea
A very well broken blenheim what you would term a real toy spaniel, lovely head still needs time but full of promise, good bone, very good movement, super hind angulation.
2 Homes' Leogem Rondo
Blenheim with spot a quality puppy with lovely head and dense pigment, clean outline, lovely size, pleasing temperament.
3 Shinnick's Leelyn Major League
Ruby ideal size with super head, well-balanced body, good bone, needs to tighten up a little in rear movement.
Junior (10)  
1 Waddinston's Spindlepoint Chancellor
Top class young blenheim with lovely head and large dark eyes, giving a melting expression, good reach of neck, firm well sprung body superb hind angulation really moved with drive, held himself well at all times a good match for the CC winner. RCC should go to the top.
2 Baker's Nevhills Roosevelt
Another good blenheim with excellent pigment, lovely size needs to settle.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
Ideal size well marked blenheim good type, not the eye size of 1.
Novice (7)  
1 Boardman's Volney Super Slueth
Well pigmented blenheim just out of Puppy, lovely size, sweet head, kind dark eyes with good bone, wants to settle a little.
2 Ford's Tuppenlil Dylan
Ruby with delightful head and the densest black pigment, even round eye rims, sound and free moving dog a little longer than 1.
3 Shinnick's Leelyn Darius
Another ruby lovely type and quality, just lacks a little confidence.
Graduate (8)  
1 Aldous & Smith's Aranel Bombastic
Lovely make and shape, well marked, richly coloured blenheim, good happy disposition, moved and showed well.
2 Gow's Lyncraeg Daydream
Well broken blenheim coming along well. Body can stand a little more weight and he was not in coat of winner. Two very nice dogs.
3 Rogerson's Rabymar Waltzing Darkie
Pleasing headed black and tan with lovely bright tan in good coat. Lovely dog would just like a slightly larger eye.
Post Graduate (15)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Enchanted
Lovely headed blenheim - excellent size and full of breed type, kept a lovely outline on the move, dripping in coat! Well presented.
2 Blunt's Karabel Kavanagh
Another lovely blenheim of quality, hard to decide from winner - 1 was just a little more outgoing on the day.
3 Powell's Keyingham Finlay of Margarieth
Attractive blenheim of good type, lovely size, kind head, held a super topline. Liked him very much - today his rather proud tail pegged him back.
Special Mid Limit Blen & Tri (6)  
1 Angell's Charlottetown Valentine
A very good blenheim in full coat and in good condition, rich chestnut markings, good bone, lovely size so well balanced.
2 Grant's Granasil Zippergate
Good size blenheim pleasing head, nice neck and shoulders, level topline, showed well.
3 Richmond's Triple Dash of Charlottetown
Attractively marked tri needs to loose weight.
Special Mid Limit B/T & Ruby (11)  
1 Shinnick's Leelyn Rug Rat
Well balanced B/tan lots of good tan lovely size, sound bone, moved and showed well - lovely head with kind soft expression - good ear set.
2 Grant's Granasil Winter Flame
Another well balanced Ruby, good type not eye of winner but overall dog of good quality.
3 Pagan's Sorata Jokers Wild
Smart moving B/Tan a tad longer in back than 1st & 2nd, well put down dog his coat gleamed.
Limit (16)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Majestic Moments
Tri with lovely head and kind gentle expression. Clean outline lovely outgoing temperament, good bone sound moving, very close for top spot.
2 Reed's Chantiz Chuckler
Overall a lovely dog well marked blenheim with good bone in good condition, well-constructed hence good movement.
3 Eyre's Newroyds Lord of The Rings
Made a trio of good ones just would have liked larger eyes.
Open (3)  
1 Barwell's Lusanjo Rocket of Charlottetown
Well marked tri with good neck and shoulders, short level back who moved with style true front and rear, will improve in head in time.
2 Tarabad's Khatibi Claudius at Bonema
A little larger than winner but nice head on this tri. Plenty of bright tan, good bone.
3 Chipping's Zolas Star Appeal
Unable to report on this dog as the owner left the ring!
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (7)  
1 Boardman's Ch Volney Quest
Very much his father's son as was the young Junior dog. For me to hold that against him would have been an injustice. Gorgeous head with such a soft kind gentle expression, confident, steady show dog, lovely bone, well balanced body, good turn of stifle, sound drive from rear. His coat was in lovely condition in fact for me he stood out today. Happy to award him the CC and with Co. judge Mrs Marion Wiggins in full agreement Best In Show over the beautiful bitch Winnie of Pascavale a champion on the day.
2 Lewis' Daraste Reflection of Love
Richly marked blenheim with a faultless head, very stylish mover, lovely dog - just not moving as well today as I know he can. Should make up.
3 Drewitt's Judyland Touch of Magic
Well broken markings on this quality blenheim, lovely bone, nice size moved well and hopefully his 3rd CC will come soon.

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Bitches   Mrs M Wiggins
Thanks to the committee for their warm, friendly welcome and to my stewards for looking after me so well during my first time awarding CC’s. I was delighted with the depth of quality in many of the classes enabling me to find exactly what I was looking for, and apologise to the numerous exhibitors of lovely unplaced bitches for being unable to give them their just rewards. I agreed with my co-judge on all of our decisions.
C.C. Levy & Sedgwick's Winnie of Pascavale
R.C.C. Fry & Jackson's Amantra Madonna
Best Puppy Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
Veteran (4)  
1 Payne's Myhope Follow that Dream
Small, cobby 9 year old b/t in top form, straight silky coat in excellent condition with ample feathering, sweet head with dark eyes, good conformation, sailed tirelessly around the ring.
2 Miller's Nottus Not Naughty Now
11 ¾ year old blen, well marked, good head, excellent neck and level topline, extrovert showgirl, another one who could really move.
3 Tubby's Sorata Dallas
12 ½ years.
Minor Puppy (24 entries 7 absent)  
1 Bubb's Wandris Bliss
7 month enchanting little blen with everything just right for her age, pretty head with eyes to die for, black pigment, richly coloured attractive markings, good neck & shoulders, level back and correct turn of stifle, happy disposition.
2 Robert's Pauroi China in Your Hand
Almost 8 months, tri with well-broken clear cut markings, rich tan, proudly held head with dark eyes, super outline, excellent neck with crest, well made throughout, moved well.
3 Taylor's Rosscrea Bedazzled
Puppy (32, 9)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
Top quality 10 month blen, extremely pretty head, soft gentle expression, a wealth of silky beautifully marked coat, well bodied with perfect angulation front and rear, good bone, stood foursquare and moved with style and drive, faultless presentation. BP BITCH.
2 Shinnick's Leelyn Essence
9 month b/t, straight prettily feathered coat, good head, excellent profile, perfect lay of shoulders enabling super head carriage, moved very well.
3 Eyre's Newroyds Shakira
Junior (34, 9)  
1 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Vivacious blen who said "Hey, excuse me, look at me!", small & compact with well-sprung ribs, delightful head with big dark expressive eyes & good pigment, framed by long full ears, ample well-marked coat of rich colour, a picture standing and eye-catching on the move.
2 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Blen with fabulous head and large dark lustrous eyes, dense pigmentation, glamorous coat, really used her hocks to cover the ground, maintained super outline throughout.
3 Ackroyd-Gibson's Toraylac Pandora
Novice (21, 3)  
1 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
See Junior
2 Hughes' Loranka's Sweetest Dream
Especially pretty well marked blen, lovely eyes and dark pigment, neat cobby body, excellent construction, sound on the move.
3 Martin's Ttitian Myrtille
Graduate (13, 5)  
1 Claydon's Brymarden Rosetta
Outstanding blen, classic head with beautiful eyes, pretty coat of good colour & texture with lovely feathering, her excellent construction and super reach of neck led to one of the best head carriages of the day, she maintained her topline at all times. A strong contender for top honours.
2 Dix's Downsbank Winter Berries for Beewye
Neat compact ruby of ideal size, sweet expression, good moderate bone and correct angulation front & rear, moved very well.
3 Bloomfield's Geronsart Victoriana of Oaklake
Post Graduate (22, 4)  
1 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Victoria
Attractive tri with beautiful head, superbly set ears, large round dark well-spaced eyes, cushioned muzzle of perfect length, bright tan, although fairly heavily marked had enough white in all the right places to accentuate her good lay of shoulders and well-angulated quarters, perfect size with plenty of substance, moved with drive.
2 Li's Avalcier Elle
Elegant blen, rich well-broken markings on gleaming white background, nicely feathered, good head and eyes, black pigment, showed and moved with style.
3 Robertson's Kavacay Pearl Lady
Special Mid Limit Blen & Tri (10, 1)  
1 Tolworthy's Salinan Something Special
Gorgeous blen, it would be difficult to find a prettier head then this, so soft gentle & appealing, eyes to melt your heart, huge well-set ears, a wealth of beautifully marked flowing coat and underneath it all a well constructed body, moved sound & true but lacked that extra sparkle in the challenge.
2 Knight's Carolus Angelina JW
Extrovert blen, small & compact, short back with perfect topline & tailset, there was no holding her back and she sailed around the ring.
3 Shearer's Tameline Queen of Tides at Rershay
Special Mid Limit B/T & Ruby (6, 1)  
1 Shinnick's Leelyn Hot Cyndas
Ruby with long full gleaming coat of vivid colour, tip-top condition, pretty head, well-spaced dark eyes giving gentle expression, neat & cobby body with good spring of ribs, correct bone and angulation, moved well but not too happily.
2 Flower's Anberan Iced Cappuccino
Prettily feathered ruby, good head and well proportioned body, nice angulation, maintained her excellent topline on the move.
3 Smith's Beaudale Once Upon a Wish
Limit (25, 6)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Romance
Glamorous blen in full flowing coat, beautifully broken rich chestnut markings, very appealing head with big pleading eyes, super pigment, well-bodied, good bone, a picture standing, had great panache and moved with tremendous drive keeping perfect topline & tail carriage, a natural showgirl.
2 Baillie's Miahdal Caperdonich at Cavallino
This captivating bitch has one of the prettiest heads I have ever seen on a tricolour, melting eyes, very soft expression, cushioned muzzle, well feathered ears, attractive clear cut markings & straight coat, excellent conformation, showed and moved well.
3 Ackroyd-Gibson's Toraylac Déjà Vu
Open (4, 1)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Winnie at Pascavale.
Blen of the highest quality, exceptional head framed by well-feathered ears used to her advantage, no need to be too explicit when describing her head, suffice to say it fits my interpretation of the breed standard perfectly, immaculately presented richly coloured, not a heavy coat therefore I was able to see her excellent construction at a glance, glided effortlessly around the ring whilst using her strong parallel hind quarters to really cover the ground, her tail set & carriage was a continuation from her faultless topline, never gave up showing. It gave me immense pleasure to award her with her crowning ticket. CC & RBOB. Well done!
2 Lewis' Daraste Power of Love
Another lovely blen with pleasing head, good body with nice spring of ribs, excellent lay of shoulders, short coupled, maintained perfect topline, showed and moved well.
3 Tarabad's Khatibi Boadicea
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (8, 3)  
1 Fry & Jackson's Amantra Madonna
Elegant eye-catching blen with the most beautiful head, very large really dark expressive eyes, good reach of neck, well angulated front and rear, short level back, perfectly proportioned, attractive well-broken markings and gleaming coat, lots of poise and charisma when standing, balanced and confident on the move. RCC.
2 Robert's Pauroi Anastasia
Striking classically marked tri, very appealing head, bright tan, another one with a good length of well set on neck , her body had excellent ratio of height to length, super showgirl, topline & tailset just as I like. Moved well.
3 Ford's Tuppenlil Pizzicato

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