Leeds
Championship Show - 26th July 2003

 
Best of Breed - Ch Lymrey Roger
Best Opposite Sex - Korraines Atlantica
Best Puppy - Ricksbury Royal Hero

Dog Results Bitch Results
 
Dogs.   Mrs M McFarlane
Thanks to my co-judge Mr Mather for appreciating the quality of Ch.Lymrey Roger - BOB and Ricksbury Royal Hero - BP.
The first class shaped the day and I felt spoilt with an outstanding choice of quality dogs - thank you exhibitors.
C.C.
Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
R.C.C.
Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration
Best Puppy
Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Hero
     
Minor Puppy (20 Entries, 0 absent)  
1 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Hero
Blen, 7½ month old heavily marked very handsome lad with gentle expression, large lustrous eyes and darkest of pigment. He carries himself with a “royal” air and add to that more than a hint of mischief making the total package something special. His body is compact with good spring of rib, level topline and correct angles and so well balanced. BP
2 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Octane
Blen, another good prospect, very attractive head, limpid eyes, deep chestnut jacket, straight front, nice neck and topline, looked well viewed from any angle, moved out well.
3 Salisbury's Clopsville Jack Daniels
Puppy (12, 4)  
1 Inglis' Craigowl Billy Elliot
Heavily marked Tri, good well balanced head, with deep chestnut markings. Where this youngster excelled was on the move, his movement is impressive, straight front, well ribbed body, great driving rear and joy - a tail that's set on perfectly.
2 Sheard & Price' Almondene Endeavour
Stands out in head and expression, large dark eyes, good neck and shoulders, short coupled, standing four square, stylish mover.
3 Park's Keyingham Branwell
Junior (17, 0)  
1 Waters' Maibee A Touch Lucky
Blen, very attractive young man, happy outgoing temperament, lovely head with large dark eyes, well put together, therefore good viewed in profile and moving, which he did freely with plenty of style.
2 Wilkinson's Wyredell Tiger Moth
Blen with lovely gentle expression, nicely balanced, holds himself well on the move with plenty of rear driving action.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
Novice (11, 0)  
1 Park's Keyingham Zacharias
Blen, super head with gentle expression, lovely eyes with dark pigment, good reach of neck and excellent shoulder placement, coat colour is rich and of good texture, level topline, strong quarters, stylish mover.
2 Thomson's Celxo Northern Spirit At Ailcres
Smart Tri boy, pleasing typical head with strong tan, well constructed body with excellent spring of rib, good muscular development, moved with drive.
3 Inglis' Craigowl Valparaiso
Under Grad (9, 2)  
1 Kerr's Kinvaar Mystere
Gentle headed Blen with large dark eyes, well broken coat, sound balanced dog with nice spring of rib, firm topline, handled and showed well.
2 Grant's Granasil Winter Flame
Handsome Ruby with pleasing head and expression, lovely coat and condition, good body shape, moving well both ways.
3 Collinson & Jones' Delhaze Earl Grey
Graduate (10, 1)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Enchanted
Eye-catching Blen, scoring strongly on type, beautiful head and expression, correct neck, shoulders and topline, moved with considerable drive from strong quarters.
2 Shinnick's Leelyn Darius
Attractive headed Ruby in good rich coloured coat of nice length and condition, well proportioned, good substance to body, shapely outline retained on the move.
3 Baker's Nevhill's Roosevelt
Post Grad (20, 2)  
1 Gow's Lyncraeg Daydream JW
Blen with that extrovert personality which makes an immediate impact, pleasing head, flat skull, high set leathers, good reach and arch of neck, well made body, excellent shoulders and strong quarters leading to good action, moved freely around the ring.
2 Godwin's Rosscrea Maverick At Simpatico
Pleasing Blen, kind expression with nicely shaped dark eyes, soundly built, good front, lay of shoulder, nicely angulated, level topline and tail set, covered the ground well.
3 Biggs' Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Mid Limit (11, 3)  
1 Angell's Charwelton Valentine
Was very attracted to this charming Blen, melting expression, cobby well made body, with balanced proportions, straight silky coat, won the class well and thought he might go further but his enthusiasm waned due I hear to a stomach upset.
2 Salisbury's Clopsville Kansas JW
Quality Blen, with lots to like about him, good head pattern, excellent neck and shoulders, level topline and tail set, moving effortlessly.
3 Grant's Granasil Zippergate
Limit (15, 2)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Ryan
Blen that fits the standard so well, excels in head and expression, good bone for size, short coupled, straight front, good reach of neck, level topline, good tail set, stood four square, excellent viewed from all angles, showed with style.
2 Lord's Belbury Leonardo
Blen of lovely type, gentle expression, good neck and shoulders, balanced outline, looked well in profile and on the move.
3 Sutherland's Ebonleigh Desert Thunder
Open (15, 4)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
Blen oozing quality throughout, head to die for with darkest of eyes, excellent pigment, long silky coat, nicely arched neck, straight front, compact shape, spirit level topline, strong quarters and good tailset, he really covered the ground, was animated and had personality plus – couldn’t deny him CC & BOB
2 Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration
Another beautiful Blen champion, a worthy template for the breed. Outstanding in head with large limpid eyes and great pigmentation, immaculate presentation, coat of deepest chestnut, short coupled body, great spring of rib, always a level topline while freely moving around the ring, exudes calm confidence, must be a joy to show. RCC.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Majestic Moments

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Bitches   Mr T Mather
A great privilege to judge both sexes of this lovely breed in the same year. We were blessed with the weather and although it was warm and at times cloudy the rain stayed away for the whole day. The heat did affect some of the bitches and I was conscious of the sun in the large classes and split them in some cases to enable the exhibits to stand in the shade. My excellent steward kept the rings moving at a brisk pace and this made my task so much easier. B.O.B. was the dog, Ch Lymrey Roger. He has the grandest of heads and a lovely gentle expression. I judged him earlier in the year when I thought he could do with more body and today he really looked the part with his gleaming coat and hard condition. My co-judge, Mrs McFarlane and I were in complete agreement that he should be B.O.B. and that the very smart dog puppy, Ricksbury Royal Hero should be Best Puppy.
C.C.
Shone's Korraines Atlantica
R.C.C.
Fry & Jackson's Ch Amantra Madonna
Best Puppy
Lymer's Lymrey High Jinks
     
Minor Puppy (27 Entries, 2 absent)  
1 Richardson's Kringleholme Cherry
Blenheim. Very pretty with a most pleasing head and expression. Strongly pigmented with a good dark eye. Well bodied for age with good spring of rib and short loin. Good coat. Moved well.
2 Waters' Maibee Deloroes
Blenheim. Good head with a lovely gentle expression and dark, round eye. Excellent pigmentation. Good forehand with nicely laid shoulders and good body. Just a shade longer in loin than the winner. Moved well with plenty of drive.
3 Finney's Sylklands Ladies Knight
Puppy (29, 6)  
1 Lymer's Lymrey High Jinks
Aptly named blenheim. Very gay and lively and oozing with confidence. Pleasing head and expression with particularly good eye. Well pigmented that is enhanced by a very rich chestnut colouring. Presents a nice outline as she carries herself so well. Moved soundly with plenty of drive. Best Bitch Puppy.
2 Sloan's Turretbank Martina
Very feminine and appealed for overall make and shape with her well carried head and good tail set and carriage. Well balanced with good spring of rib. Good coat. Moved soundly.
3 Inglis' Craigowl Can Can
Junior (20, 6)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
Blenheim. Despite her tender age, I did consider this youngster for top honours as I felt she has so much potential. However, on the day, sanity prevailed but I’m sure she’ll go on to much better things in the future. Lovely gentle expression enhanced by her large dark eye and good pigmentation. Excellent forehand. Well bodied with good spring of rib and well set and carried tail. Moved well both ways.
2 Vella & Towse's Miletree Classic Dream
Blenheim. Very feminine and pretty. Good head and expression. Nicely balanced and holds herself well on the move. Her movement was good; free and with plenty of drive from the rear.
3 Savage's Lymrey Deep Secret
Novice (18, 1)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle
See Junior
2 Claydon's Rippleoak River Dancer
This blenheim really excelled on the move as she is very fluid and uses her hindquarters to great advantage. Good head with dark eye and good pigmentation. Well bodied with good spring of rib and firm topline.
3 Potter's Raved About Her At Rheinvelt
Under Grad (14, 1)  
1 Bayliss' Miskhill Boujalais At Castlewytch
Very glamorous tricolour with a lovely flat, silky coat. Pleasing in head and she has a good forehand with nicely laid shoulder. Well ribbed body and good tail set. Moved soundly both ways.
2 Waddington's Spindlepoint Kim Crawford
Blenheim youngster with a pleasing head, good eye and excellent pigmentation. Nicely balanced and carries herself well on the move. Strong hindquarters enabled her to move with drive.
3 Savage's Lymrey Deep Secret
Graduate (8, 1)  
1 Waters' Keyingham Raphaela
Blenheim with a grand head and lovely expression. Large, dark eye and good pigmentation. Well bodied with good spring of rib and short loin. Well carried tail. Moved very soundly.
2 Ferguson & Mair's Miadahl Threee Times A Lady
Attractive tricolour presented to best advantage with a gleaming silky coat. Gentle expression enhanced by god pigment. Soundly made and moved well.
3 Green's Cabbyleyr Pride N Joy
Post Grad (19, 2)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Blenheim. Not in the best of coats but she has nothing to hide and her face really is her fortune. Lovely, gentle - almost melting expression and the darkest of large round eyes. Very good forehand and layback. Well ribbed body and short loin. Strong, well muscled rear and this was reflected in her particularly good hind action.
2 Tidswell's Allrena Victoria
Blenheim. Smaller than the winner and very feminine and pretty. Excel’s in forehand with a moderate neck and good layback. Well ribbed, compact body and well carried tail. Moved soundly.
3 Crane's Cranvarl Regal Pretence
Mid Limit (7, 1) Not a numerically strong class but oozing with quality.
1 Bayliss' Castlewytch Thrice A Lady
Very smart blenheim who excelled on the move with her strong fluid movement that displayed plenty of drive. Good head and large, dark eye. Well bodied and presented in good coat and condition. Rather unsettled in the challenge by the change of handler.
2 Boardman's Volney Monopoly
This blenheim has a lovely head and expression with good pigmentation and a large, round eye. Well ribbed body with short loin and well set tail. Good forehand and moved soundly but with not quite the drive of the winner.
3 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Temptation
Limit (25, 4)  
1 Shone's Korraines Atlantica
C.C. A smashing bitch with a lovely head and gentle, feminine expression. Good eye and pigmentation. Long, well feathered ears. Excellent forequarters with well laid shoulders and plenty of body with well sprung ribs. Presents a very good outline as she carries herself well both standing and on the move. Moved well with drive. In the challenge, she was attentive to her handler and her tail never stopped for a second. I understand that this win was her third “ticket” so many congratulations.
2 Waters' Maibee Softly Softly
Another blenheim particularly pleases for head and eye with strong pigmentation and a gentle expression. Good compact body which is well ribbed. Moved freely and with drive.
3 Biggs' Camahieu Marquise Of Kellorian
Open (15, 4)  
1 Fry & Jackson's Ch Amantra Madonna
Blenheim, very much a toy spaniel and she is so feminine and well balanced. Presents a very good outline when standing and on the move. Good skull and large dark eye. Well bodied with very good spring of rib. Moved well both fore and aft. In the challenge I thought the Limit bitch was just that shade more animated but she is a very worthy Champion. Reserve C.C.
2 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Embrace
Blenheim, she too is very feminine and graceful. Pleasing in head with a dark eye and good pigmentation. Excellent forehand and holds herself well. Good body and tailset.
3 Wheeler's Sharonaz Melody For Drumhay
 

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