East of England Agricultural Society
Championship Show - 15th July 2003

Best of Breed - Ch Lymrey Roger
Best Opposite Sex - Korraines Atlantica
Best Puppy - Wandris Bliss

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.   Mr J Finlay
Firstly I would like to thank exhibitors for the lovely entry of quality dogs on my first time giving tickets in Cavaliers. I enjoyed the day immensely and will remember this day for some time. Unfortunately it is tinged with sadness for me as after the appointment my Mum started to lose her long brave fight against her illness and she died at the end of August. I am only pleased that she was able to see me judge Cavaliers at championship level as this was her main goal through out her illness and that she had the strength and determination to share this day with me. We had shared our love of Cavaliers for over 20 yrs and she had supported me in everything that I had done especially my judging over the years.
Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
Drewett's Judyland Touch of Magic
Best Puppy
Minor Puppy    
1 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Octane
A very nice put together 8 mth blen, lovely eyes & exp, super neck & shoulders, good straight front, well angulated hind quarters, carries himself well on the move. Just needs time but all the essentials are their. Should have a very bright future.
2 Potter's Rheinvelt Rock DJ
A very mature puppy compared with 1 and I hope does not grow on, lovely make and shape, lovely head with soft exprs, moved with drive of his well muscled hindquarters.
3 Sedgbeer's Russmic Dark Destroyer
1 Inglis' Craigowl Billy Elliot
Very eye-catching heavily marked Tri shown in super condition, has great ring presence, very soundly constructed, masculine head with soft exprs, good ribcage and chest for age, moves with confidence around the ring.
2 Park's Keyingham Branwell
Loved this boy when he entered the ring, nicely made dog of correct proportions, balanced head, ex neck, shoulder and upper arm, good forechest, nice bone, could really cover the ground with ease around the ring, but he did not want to cooperate with his handler at all when standing which was a pity.
3 Forrester's Honeybet Designed for Salbrie
1 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
A very stylish young blen boy, maturing nicely, lovely head, nice front assembly, depth of chest, level topline, good bone, well developed second thigh and hind angulation. Presentation as always from this exh ex.
2 Shinnick's Leelyn Darius
Loved the head on this ruby so typical of this kennel, a lot to like about him, good balanced outline, lovely soft silky coat, just needs time to settle and gain confidence.
3 Waters' Maibee A Touch Lucky
1 Armitt's Brasingamen Black As Jet
Masculine headed b/t with soft gentle exp, well ribbed body, level topline, lovely front and back angulation giving balanced picture. Retained outline on the move, at one with handler at all times.
2 Thomson's Celxo Northern Spirit at Ailcres
A Tri with an outline to die for everything fits so nicely together. super shape, size and type. He threw this class away as he would not settle on the move. His over all quality won him the place.
3 Smith Salador Cadabra
1 Thompson's Celxo Northern Spirit at Ailcres
A lot more settled in this class to win it.
2 Allerton's Deeriem Tambourine Man
Another well put together Tri, not as mature in body as l, has a lovely balanced shape, good front and hind assembly, soft gentle expr with lovely eyes. Moved true coming and going.
3 Glen's Sandbrae Red Alert
Graduate   One of the strongest classes of the day where all 5 placed could have changed places.
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Enchanted
Top quality blen so typical of this kennel, absolutely dripping in soft silky coat. Gorgeous head with large dark eyes and good pigmentation, giving desired soft exp, level topline, short coupled, good spring of rib and depth of chest, moved with ease around the ring with lovely carriage. a very eye-catching dog.
2 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
Longer cast than 1 but none the less a lovely ruby dog to go over, ex front assembly, nice bone, deep brisket, attractive head with dark eyes and good pigmentation. Good hindquarters which he used on the move.
3 Waddington's Spindlepoint Chancellor
Post Graduate   May have been a larger class than Grad but not the depth of quality.
1 Name Withheld Name Withheld
An easy winner, stood out for his lovely make and shape, in my notes I put very le Monde and was not surprised to see he is a son. Very typical of what this kennel has produced over the years. Very nice dog to go over, masculine head. lovely neck, shoulders, topline and tailset, ideal bone ex muscle tone which he used on the move, quality exh.
2 Bigg's Kellorian Poetry In Motion
A very eye-catching Tri that grew on me the more I looked, good body shape, bone and substance, lovely neck, depth of chest and hindquarters well balanced dog through out. Moved true coming and going.
3 Grant's Chalmray Jet Black
Mid Limit    
1 Koster's Harana Starman
Has to be the best whole colour dog in the ring at present, super head, large dark eyes, desired soft gentle exps, lovely neck, well placed shoulders, level topline, ex spring of rib, depth of chest, short strong loin, ex hindquarters, muscle tone, Shown in super condition, coat just shone. I would loved to have given him his 3rd CC today as he is worthy of becoming a Champion but today could not match my ticket winners on the move.
2 Reed's Chantiz Chuckler
Another good honest dog from this exh, lovely to go over, balanced picture standing which he holds on the move, free flowing movement, well presented.
3 Eyre Newroyds Lord of The Rings
Limit   A very hotly contested class.
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Ryan
Another cracking dog from this kennel who was a strong contender for top honours, blen dog teeming with quality, love everything about him, size, make, shape. He is the type I like with a pretty but masculine head, soft gentle exp. Covers the ground with ease with his true movement. Should along with his kennel mate gain their crown.
2 Patterson's Phrenchy Matisse
Not as flashy as 1 but is sound as a bell in conformation which shows on the move. ideal size and shape, masculine head with large dark eyes.
3 Smith's Salador Celtic Magician
Open   I was spoilt for choice in this class.
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
A classy dog, bang on form today, for me an outstanding dog shown in tip top condition. Has type and soundness. Balanced from all angles. Masculine head with large dark expressive eyes. Super outline, good front and hind assembly, deep brisket, level topline, strong well muscled hindquarters which showed in his movement. A joy to judge. Well deserved CC and with my Co judges agreement BOB.
2 Drewett's Judyland Touch of Magic
Close up to 1, blen with a lovely outline when standing which he held on the move, masculine head very typical of his breeding. Correct front assembly, good bone, ex depth of chest well developed hindquarters, correct turn of stifle. Moved steadily and soundly around the ring. Shown in super coat and condition. A top quality exh who well deserved the Res CC.
3 Lewis' Daraste Refection of Love
A dog with a text book head that just melts your heart to look at. Would just love him a shade smaller all over as he is worthy of Ch in front of his name

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Bitches   Mrs R Mochrie
Having judged dogs at championship show level only six weeks ago, my overall impression at the moment is that the dogs are stronger than the bitches. I was very pleased with my eventual line-up but concerned at the incidence of poor movement, especially in the lower classes. I was in full agreement with my co-judge to make the Dog CC winner, Ch Lymrey Roger Best of Breed as we both were to award Best Puppy to the Bitch, Wandris Bliss.
Shone's Korraines Atlantica
Smith's Salador Celtic Crystal
Best Puppy
Bubb's Wandris Bliss
Minor Puppy (19)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Celebration Time
Pretty, well-broken blenheim expressive eye, well bodied with lovely deep keel giving excellent lay of shoulder, spring of rib and well angulated hindquarters. Showed happily.
2 Ballantine's Middleshott Victoria
Another blenheim, slightly heavier markings, round dark eye giving soft expression, lovely level topline and strong hindquarters.
3 Rowarth Robrook Groovy Chick
Puppy (18)  
1 Bubb's Wandris Bliss
Blenheim with well distributed extra rich tan markings, pretty head with large dark eye and nose pigment, short coupled with good reach of neck and strong hindquarters. Plenty of substance, moved well and showed with confidence. BPIB.
2 Hogan's Stavonga Sea Lilley
Sightly larger cast blenheim with plenty of coat, pretty head, strode out strongly. Different in type to my first, but nevertheless, two very nice puppies.
3 Barwell's Charlottetown Charity
Junior (17)  
1 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Precocious blenheim in good coat, small framed but not lacking in substance, jet black pigment and round expressive eye. Moved well.
2 Savage's Lymrey Deep Secret
Attractive blenheim shown in lovely coat. Another with excellent pigment and expressive eye. Liked her shape, good bone and rear angulation.
3 Inglis' Craigowl Strudel
Maiden (13)  
1 Claydon's Rippleoak River Dancer
Mature, heavier marked blenheim shown in profuse coat in lovely condition. Very pretty head with tapered muzzle and soft expressive eye. Well constructed with good bone, lay of shoulder and rear angulation.
2 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Jinks
An amazingly mature eight month old blenheim, plenty of soft silky coat, pretty head, short muzzle, dark eye, showed with confidence. Movement OK if a little erratic – due to puppy exuberance.
3 Wood & Moseley's Nyleve Honeymoon at Lanning
Novice (9)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
Quality blenheim with beautiful head, dark pigment and softly cushioned foreface, complimented with good earset and thick ear leathers. Well constructed with good lay back of shoulder, short back and well angulated quarters. Moved and showed well.
2 Lewis' Tanmerack Grable for Daraste
Another blenheim of lovely type, pretty head, shown today in between coats, but this could not detract from her constructional qualities and good movement
3 Gumm's Rippleoak River of Dreams
Graduate (13) What an outstanding class this was - I could have given them all a card.
1 Turnbull's Peakdowns Caprice
Neat, so feminine, blenheim with lovely head and expression and darkest of pigment. Put down to perfection with soft straight coat of silkiest texture and rich tan. Just the right amount of substance with a well constructed frame. Lovely straight topline on the move with good front and rear action. With maturity I would predict a good future for this young lady.
2 Bayliss' Miskhill Boujolais at Castlewytch
Very elegant tricolour with rich, bright tan, pretty head, well cushioned muzzle, short bodied with deep brisket, good layback of shoulder and good quarters. Moved well.
3 Water's Keyingham Raphaela
Post Graduate (20)  
1 Boardman's Volney Ruby Rosa
It wasn’t until I read in my catalogue who this Ruby girl was that I remembered judging her two years ago as a very raw baby and commenting to her owner that she had all the basics and just needed to mature, and how well she’s done just that. Very pretty head with large round dark eyes and nicely cushioned foreface. Short coupled body with good shoulders, rounded rib cage and well angulated quarters. Moved with some vivacity in this intense heat, which had bothered some of the whole colours especially, accentuating her correct tail-set. A little more coat would have completed the picture.
2 Gamble's Lisgarth Petrouchka
Black/tan with good dark eye, flat skull, good bone, lay of shoulder and topline. A little unsettled and consequently showed a tendency to raise her tail on the move. Preferred the broader foreface of my winner.
3 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Mid Limit (4)  
1 Claydon's Brymarden Rosetta
Stylish blenheim in good coat, beautifully presented. Black pigment, rich tan, soft gentle expression, good body and bone with well laid back shoulder and excellent rear angulation. Very positive mover.
2 Hogan's Stavonga Sensational
Another quality blenheim shown with plenty of coat. Good lay of shoulder but not quite the rear angulation of my winner. She moved and showed well, but I just preferred the finish of Rosetta.
3 Perry's Rosemonde Vanity
Limit (20) A good class with some quality exhibits.
1 Koster's Harana Good Golly Miss Molly
Delightfully feminine ruby with pretty head, dark eye and soft expression. Well constructed with good shoulders, level topline and strong hind action. Straight silky coat put down to perfection, although in the challenge I felt that a little more coat would have done her justice.
2 Claydon's Brymarden Kirsty Maccoll
Blenheim of lovely type, dark eye and nose pigment, imposing crest of neck, well laid back shoulders, deep brisket and good quarters. As with the others from this kennel, impeccably presented. A difficult decision.
3 Bigg's Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian
Open (12)  
1 Shone's Korraines Atlantica
An absolute peach of blenheim femininity. For me, she fulfilled the breed standard totally with her pretty head, gently tapered muzzle, round dark eye giving a soft expression. Moderate bone, rounded rib-cage and good depth of brisket. Head well set on good reach of neck with well laid back shoulders. A level topline, well angulated quarters and excellent movement completed the picture. I was delighted to award her the CC which, I understand is her second. I hope that she soon gains her crown. BCC.
2 Smith's Salador Celtic Crystal
A tri-colour of immense quality with really pretty head richly pigmented, especially rich tan which , although not much of it, is so important in this colour, and in all the right places. Short coupled, good rib-cage and deep chest, nice shoulders and good rear angulation. A very showy little girl. RBCC.
3 Bayliss' Castlewytch Thrice A Lady

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