Championship Show - 5th September 2003

Best of Breed - Miletree Miesque JW
Best Opposite Sex - Loranka's Starstealer
Best Puppy - Elmlin Edramore

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.   Mr J R F Richardson
CC Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
RCC Towse's Miletree Nijinsky JW
Best Puppy Horan's Elmlin Edramore
Minor Puppy (14 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1 Horan's Elmlin Edramore
Best Puppy. Well grown Blenheim dog with large lustrous round eyes well set in his typical skull, ears set on high, good muzzle proportions. Excels in shoulder layback and good overall construction. Well angulated behind. Very well off for bone. Correct tail set and carriage. Happy disposition. Tremendously sound mover. Should finish up well.
2 Knight's Carolus The Playboy
3 Barton's Chantismere Chippendale NAF
Puppy (15, 2)  
1 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Hero
Blenheim dog of good size. Nice head properties, Dark eyes of kind expression. Well knit frame, of well sprung ribs and firm topline. Steady on the move.
2 Inglis' Craigowl Billy Elliot
3 Smith & Aldous' Aranel Ballistic
Junior (13, 2)  
1 Boardman's Volney Super Sleuth
Lovely blenheim dog with masculine head. Well feathered ear fringing. Good in neck and shoulder lay. Strong topline and well sprung ribs. Good hind angulation. Well off for coat and feathering. Seemed a little unsure of himself here but a lovely specimen for all that.
2 Waters' Maibee A Touch Lucky
3 Bubb's Wandris Entertainer
Special Yearling (19. 1)  
1 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer
CC. Ruby of most impressive stamp. Absolutely glorious head piece which still seems hard to find on a ruby. Darkest of eyes, correct skull to muzzle proportion. His expression is of a generous outlook. Lovely crest to neck leading into excellent properties behind the collar. Strong backline, correct tailset. Correct in bone density and angulation. Very positive mover with good front extension and sufficient drive to please. All topped with a coat of excellent quality which was in full bloom. Absolutely loved him!.
2 Parker's Jordanic Lucca
3 Rae's Roydwood Replay at Cornlands
Graduate (8, 0)  
1 Inglis' Craigowl Jarrow
Tri dog in immaculate bib and tucker. Nice head piece with lovely dark eyes. Good neck and shoulder and general conformation. Correct tailset and he moved with drive and push. Should have a bright future ahead of him.
2 Hull's Telvara Kreme Brulee
3 Ford's Tuppenlil Benvolio
Post Graduate (13, 3)  
1 Smith & Aldous' Aranel Bombastic
Blenheim scoring in lovely head and outline. Shown here in good coat, correct tail carriage. Well off for bone and substance. Steady on the move. Makes a good picture in repose and attentive to his handler.
2 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Antony
3 Biggs' Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Mid Limit (6, 1)  
1 Storar's Kayjay T S Eliot at Ewecote
Blenheim dog in a solid frame well grown all through. Well shaped head with the added bonus-of a lozenge. Ears well set and fringed. Neck and shoulders correct firm backline. Moved with drive from his well let down hocks.
2 Barraclough's Ricksbury Royal Revolotion of Juette
3 Salisbury's Clopsville Kansas JW
Limit (14, 2)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Ryan
Blenheim dog of true breed type, shown in tip top condition. Lovely headpiece that is so typical. Well laid shoulders and firm frame of well sprung ribs short loin and strong topline. Good tailset and correct angulation. Moved surely. A dog with no exaggerations and in a quality coat. Sire of the CC winner.
2 Peck's Valanroy Voulez Vous
3 Champion's Lankcombe Summer Son
Open (15, 0)  
1 Towse's Miletree Nijinsky JW
Blenheim dog with masculine outlook. Good eye size and shape, correct proportions to skull and well placed ears which were well fringed. Good solid frame, correct tailset. Good bone density and stood well over his ground. Moved with lots of pazzazz at some speed. Won this class on a close decision against the second dog. In the challenge he was rather overshown and to disadvantage which lost him the ticket. Reserve CC.
2 Lymer & Scheidt's Ch Lymrey Roger
Well known Blenheim I have admired often from ringside and did not disappoint on inspection. The pertinent points to the class winner apply to this dog and he could have probably won the class but his handler had trouble bringing him to hand which made it difficult to assess some of his undoubted virtues.
3 Sullivan's Shenlyn February Focus for Myhope

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Bitches   See Schedule
CC Towse's Miletree Miesque JW
RCC Hill & Webber's Montcolly Victoria
Best Puppy Lymer's Lymrey Hi Falutin
Minor Puppy (19 Entries, 5 Absent)  
1 Towse's Miletree Enchantment
Stood first in a good quality class of babies - Well marked blenheim. Sweet head and gentle expression mainly attributed to her large, dark, eyes. Dark pigment, good neck, which showed in her head carriage whilst on the move. Short coupled, with just the right amount of body for her age. Kept a level topline on the move. Ideal in size and demeanor.
2 Sansom's Byermoor Queens English
Another nice baby, just not quite as forward in head development as the winner. She also had a sweet expression, due to her large dark, fully pigmented eyes. Again, an ideal size and very competent on the move. Heavier marked blenheim of rich colour.
3 Parker's Jordanic Lira
Puppy (29, 5)  
1 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Falutin
Absolute charmer! Glorious head with clean-cut face marking, plenty of fill under her huge, dark, round, fully pigmented eyes. Small, lightly marked, compact body on this blenheim. Good coat coming of the right texture. Moved well behind although needs to tighten in front. Her win could not be denied her in this lovely class as she stood out not only for breed type but also for her sheer cheek! Liked her very much - so much so that I felt she warranted further consideration for top honours. BEST PUPPY BITCH
2 Hughes' Loranka's Celebration Time
Similar to 1 in size and stature, with the same essential ingredients. Very shapely outline in profile, showing off her good neck and shoulders, level topline, short body and well turned stifles. Today she just lacked the coat texture and finish of 1.
3 Darley's Sorata Saffire at Kaidee
Junior (24, 8)  
1 Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair
Blenheim, well marked. Pretty head with correct tapered muzzle and large dark eyes. Loved her classic outline - Good neck, which she carried with style, short coupled, firm body and well-turned stifles. A proficient mover not only in profile but also coming and going. Not dripping in coat but she had enough.
2 Baillie's Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Well known, very glamorous young blenheim, dripping in coat although a little fly away and not as dark in colour as I would like. Similar in breed type to 1, in fact, I thought they could have been sisters! Again, a pretty head, well tapered muzzle and soft expression. A close decision but 1 gained on her profile movement.
3 Taylor's Florindale Touch of Black for Kemble
Special Yearling (15, 6)  
1 Turnbull's Peakdowns Caprice
Stood out for her classic, correct head and huge, dark eyes. Richly coloured, well marked blenheim of correct size. Good bone and body with well turned stifles. Kept her topline on the move. Slightly longer cast than my previous class winners and I wish she would cheer up a little. However, another whose breed type warranted further consideration for top honours.
2 Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair
See Junior - Unlucky to meet 1 today.
3 Flower's Anberan Iced Tazo Chai
Graduate (14, 3)  
1 Waters' Keyingham Raphaela
Blenheim bitch with exquisite head and eyes, good pigment, neck, topline and strong rear. Slightly larger than my ideal but a quality bitch who I'm sure will continue to do well.
2 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle JW
Another nice bleheim bitch who unfortunately had left all her clothes at home today!
3 Bayliss' Miskhill Boujalais at Castlewytch
Post Graduate (11, 2)  
1 Taylor's Rosscrea Swing Time
Pretty headed blenheim bitch with short-coupled body. Good size and very stylish on the move. Carried her tail a little higher than I would like.
2 Boardman's Volney Ruby Rosa
Pretty ruby with soft gentle expression coming from her large dark eyes. Good for size and colour. Not quite the clean outline of the winner.
3 Jackson & Vout's Frondil Katie Kaidee
Mid Limit (12, 2)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Sweet Dream
Blenheim bitch with an outstanding head, which is so hard to get passed. Stood out for her lovely dark eyes, very clean muzzle and jet black pigment. Behind the head she could do with tightening up in front but excelled in rear movement. Needs to grow some coat to complete the picture.
2 Stanley's Muffity Adorable Ellesse of Stanhome
Tri bitch that I have admired in the past. Pretty, well marked head with correctly placed eyebrows of a rich colour - so important in contributing to the correct expression on a tricolour. Dark eyes with clean-cut muzzle. Moved well both ways. A close decision between these two lovely bitches but 1 had such an outstanding head it had to be the deciding factor.
3 Waters' Maibee Softly Softly
Limit (16, 2) Hardest class of the day with hair splitting decisions coming between the first three, all lovely bitches that I wish hadn't all been in the same class.
1 Towse's Miletree Miesque JW
Not a bitch I have taken much notice of and whom I haven't seen for some time. Maturity has certainly brought her to her best. Pretty head, framed by glorious ear leathers. Huge dark eyes and good nose pigment. She excelled in profile, making the most of her long elegant neck and knife edge topline. Ideal size, bone, and body which was short coupled. Moved very well in front and stood out on the move in profile. Presented to perfection. Was thrilled to award her her first CC and on the referees decision she also won BOB
2 Hill & Webber's Montcolly Victoria
Tricolour bitch who I have long admired and wasn't disappointed when I went over her. She has, what I would consider, a classic head, with just the right amount of tapering, large dark eyes and correct tricolour markings. Although marked on the heavier side, this does not detract, as her white and black are so crisp and clear. Moved very well coming and going and held a good topline in profile. Not quite as short coupled as 1. She concentrates on her owner so much, she forgets to wag which was to her detriment when looking for the icing on the cake which contributes to making a "show" dog.
3 Boardman's Volney Monopoly
Open (11, 3)  
1 Shone's Korraines Atlantica
Another pretty headed blenheim with the softest expression from, once again, those large dark eyes. Well marked, soft coat of good colour. Long ear feathering, which contributed to that soft, gentle expression. Gently wagging tail, evidence of her nature. Another I shortlisted for further consideration for top honours.
2 Rix & Berry's Ch Ricksbury Royal Embrace
Well known blenheim with dark eyes and good pigment. Looked good in profile but not as typical in head as 1.
3 Fry & Jackson's Ch Amantra Madonna

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