West of England CKCS Club
Championship Show - 5th October 2003

 
Best in Show - Montcolly Victoria
Reserve Best In Show - Ch Lymrey Roger
Best Opposite Sex - Ch Lymrey Roger
Best Puppy - Amantra Iolanthe

Dog Results Bitch Results
 
Dogs.   Mrs A Rennard
The floor of the show area caused a lot of apprehension to some of the dogs - moving from mat onto unprotected floor caused some to worry about it. This might have been the reason for movement generally not being very good throughout.
CC Lymer & Scheidt Ch Lymrey Roger
RCC Levy & Sedgwick Pascavale Enchanted
BP Conneally Coedgwylum Hot Favourite (NAF)
     
Veteran (8 entries, 2 Absent)  
1 Stark Jezano On Silent Wings to Tayfern
Tricolour who is smartly marked and in very good condition. Looking not so different from when I gave him best puppy in show in his youth. He has retained his beautiful outline and sweet head and expression. To use a trite expression- he could show the younger dogs how to move- as I am convinced he was the best mover of the day. My co judge and I agreed that he should be Best Veteran in Show.
2 Barwell Ch Charlottetown Trueman
Blenhein whom I have always admired for his masculine head and good shape. Today he looked as though his coat was just starting to "blow" which gave him a slightly jaded look. He showed well however and appeared to be enjoying his day out. A very worthy champion.
3 Jones Caedrenant Realm of Gold
Minor Puppy (11, 3)  
1 Conneally Coedgwylum Hot Favourite (NAF)
Another tricolour who thrilled me when I first saw him. A charming boy of 6 months and 1 day. Full of potential and I do hope he fulfils his promise as the breed does need some good tricolours. Very good make and shape and a lovely size. Super top line and tailset. Showed extremely well for his first appearance in the ring thus underlining his steady temperament. Sweet head and expression. Best Puppy Dog
2 Bloice Scotlass The Laird
Blenheim of good size and happy demeanour. Again a sweet head and expression and good construction. Showed well and enthusiastically. Good markings. Although slightly older than the first he doesn't yet have the finish as his coat is of a different type. Again has potential.
3 Holman Willowtump Sutandy Stig of The Dump
Puppy (12, 2)  
1 Salisbury Clopsville Jack Daniels
B/T of the shape and size I was looking for. Chunky little dog but masculine. Attractive head and nice eyes giving a kind expression. Good topline and he moved really well. Very well constructed thus giving the balance which catches my eye. Good condition and quietly but well handled. In no way diminished in being beaten by the youngster for Best Puppy.
2 Lymer & Scheidt Lymrey Hi Octane
Super Blenheim of great promise. Very glamorous and with a divine face and expression. Very good construction and a super outline. His outgoing and free moving deportment shone but others in the class had slightly more body.
3 Knight Carolus The Playboy
Junior (13, 3) A difficult class to judge as they were all at different stages. The first 3 will change places many times and all pleased for different reasons.
1 Dawson Nottus Hooray Henry
Blenheim dog whose general make and shape ensured that he had to win this class. More mature than the others he presented a "finished " picture. Large eyes and a kind expression. Well marked and with plenty of coat and a spot. Moved well. I wish he had more sparkle and "umph" particularly on the move.
2 Li Avalcier Alessandro JW
Glamorous little blenheim whose size and short back I preferred. I came to the conclusion that on the day his coat was at the "short and thick" stage which gave him the appearance of being all up front. Nice head but would prefer bigger eyes.
3 Fry & Jackson Amantra Robin Hood
Novice (14, 1)  
1 Bubb Wandris Entertainer
Glamorous blenheim who was not really cooperating with his handler until nearly the end of this class. Well made and is balanced. Really attractive head with a lovely expression. Good bone and happy disposition, wagging his tail all the time. He must learn to relax into himself but this will come with age and experience. Well presented.
2 Jones Droleus That's M'Heartthrob
This tricolour is maturing into a useful sort. Classical and compact construction and a sensible temperament. His coat is flat and straight giving him a good outline. Preferred the expression of the winner but he has a nice head. Moved well and is a nice size. Good condition.
3 Forrester Honeybet Designed for Salbrie
Special Beginners (2, 1)  
1 Bray Leelyn Bassel
Ruby. Ran on from a strong Junior class. Although alone deserved his place.
Graduate (11, 2)  
1 Shinnick Leelyn Darius
Super little ruby who appealed greatly. Lovely balanced shape and he moved really well. Good colour and the size I like. Very masculine head carried proudly and he sailed round the ring with great presence. Good bone for his size.
2 Hughes Loranka's Jubilation
This blenheim was somewhat distracted perhaps because his handler had to flit between rings. He settled long enough to show off his attributes however and will make a good picture with a little bit more coat. Very attractively marked. Lovely head and expression. Super personality - very naughty!
3 Parker Jordanic Lucca
Post Graduate (16, 0)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick Pascavale Enchanted
Outstanding little blenheim who excels in expression and head properties. He sails round the ring holding a really level topline and good tailset. Plenty of well presented coat gives a crisp outline and his happy approach to life shines through especially on the move .Very well put together with particularly good shoulders giving a lovely shape and balance. His head is well cushioned but it is his eyes and expression which stay with you even when looking at other dogs in the class- beautiful dark and lustrous and with a kind face. This was the reason I was happy to award him the RCC as I feel we are in danger of losing this particularly Cavalier attribute.
2 Biggs Kellorian Poetry in Motion
This tricolour has caught my eye on numerous occasions. He has a lovely clean cut outline and a quality coat . Moves well holding a level topline and he used himself well. Quite heavily marked but this does not detract. Showed and handled well particularly on the table where he looked wonderful.
3 Conneally Coedgwylum Hot Line
Spec. Mid Limit Blen (8, 2)  
1 Searle Milkeyn Sheer Dynamite at Stonepit
Won this class on his overall balance and good size .Very good shoulders which are not apparent until you go over him on the table. Well broken profuse coat well presented. Nice face and with the biggest eyes in this class. Super topline. A very typical cavalier with few failings. Moved O.K. and handled very competently to show off his virtues.
2 Li Avalcier Atomic Blaze
Very glamorous and a good size. He was very well presented and has plenty of coat of good colour. I felt he failed to the winner in shoulder placement and tailset. He didn’t quite have the shape I was looking for but is a quality dog.
3 Dawson Nottus Hooray Henry
Spec. Mid Limit Tri (4, 1)  
1 Biggs Kellorian Poetry in Motion
See 2nd in Post Graduate
2 Rowley Saxonview Sun Light
Neat tidy square dog who’s expression I preferred but hasn’t got the immaculate outline of the first. He has a charming temperament which shines through in his showmanship. A useful type.
3 Kirkham Leissnaniy Irish Mist over Moonstone
Spec. Mid Limit Ruby (9, 1)  
1 Shinnick Leelyn Darius
See Graduate
2 Hughes Loranka's Starstealer
Sweet headed and very kind expression. Very profuse coat and he showed well with constantly wagging tail. Just preferred winners size and shoulders.
3 Lunam Mellow Moment with Flossybrook
Spec. Mid Limit B/T (10, 0)  
1 Stevens Kilnshena Idle Vice
Although this boy was somewhat lacking in furnishings at the rear his general shape and construction appealed to me. Good size and super shoulders. Nice head and he carried himself well on the move.He added up to the type of dog I was looking for.
2 Ford Sallcott Cantata of Tuppenlil
This boy has got a divine head and expression and he moved well. He didn’t have the rest of the attributes I was looking for to go with the head . Well presented.
3 Mochrie Downsbank Kensington
Limit (17, 1) A very strong class with some good dogs ending up down the line.
1 Towse Miletree Nijinsky JW
I have always liked this dog and he looked very good today. Very well presented. He has a sweet expression on the table but if he gets too hyped up he looks wild eyed- that is not to say that his handler was getting him too excited- he had him just about right today and he showed with verve. Lovely outline, well marked profuse coat. Moved as well as most. Sweet head. In the challenge I preferred the shoulders of the C.C and Res C.C. winners.
2 Koster Harana Starman
This B/T impressed me today and had he had slightly more body he could well have won this class. Lovely size and a gorgeous head and expression. Moved O.K. and has a charming personality. Super topline and tailset. Showed and handled sympathetically.
3 Angell Charwelton Valentine
Open (9, 2)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt Ch Lymrey Roger
This dog has everything for me. He is beautifully made and presents a balanced and satisfying picture which shrieks cavalier - not too big not too small. He has plenty enough weight on and does not need any more. Lovely balanced head with a kind (and mischievous) expression. Great shoulders and a bang on topline and tailset which he retains on the move. He appears to be coming back into coat . Very well presented and handled sympathetically to allow his great joie-de-vivre (which for me is one his best virtues) to come to the surface. He moved round the ring with such style everything working in complete harmony. It gave me great pleasure to award him a CC.
2 Hughes Ch Loranka's Majestic Moments
A very typical tricolour and a worthy champion who I have seen looking better. This is not a criticism as all dogs have good and bad times and I have seen him look great. He has a very sweet head and a lovely expression. Just lacked a little coat today.
3 Dolamore Ricksbury Royal Edition of Crystaldean

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Bitches   Mr R Calladine
CC Hill & Webber Montcolly Victoria
RCC Fry & Jackson Ch Amantra Madonna
BP Fry & Jackson Amantra Iolanthe
     
Veteran (7 entries, 2 Absent)  
1 Rowley Saxonview Misty Light
2 Hill Becanna Armida
3 Randle Alstaron Lucky Lucy of Bretam
Minor Puppy (19, 6)  
1 Fry & Jackson Amantra Iolanthe
2 Conneally Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
3 Martin Ttitian Belle De Jour
Puppy (24, 8)  
1 Lymer Lymrey Hi Fashion
2 Hughes Loranka's Celebration Time
3 Name Withheld Name Withheld
Junior (20, 4)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick Pascavale Krystle JW
2 Bubb Wandris Pantomime
3 Elkin Elkjen Lindianne
Novice (19, 4)  
1 Lymer Lymrey Hi Falutin
2 Bubb Wandris Bliss
3 Knight Carolus Aminta
Special Beginners (1, 0)  
1 Gage Camantrisam Firecracker
Graduate (9, 3)  
1 Martin Ttitian Marionnette
2 Taylor Rosscrea Swingtime
3 Lambelle Rexeven Gypsy Rose
Post Graduate (19, 3)  
1 Knight Carolus Aminta
2 Mynott Honeybet Hot Shoe Shuffle
3 Champion Lankcombe Summer Angel
Spec. Mid Limit Blen (9, 1)  
1 Hughes Loranka's Summer Love
2 Angell Charwelton Venetia
3 Knight Carolus Angelina JW
Spec. Mid Limit Tri (11, 3)  
1 Biggs Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian
2 Searle Stonepit Just A Gem
3 Bayliss Miskhill Boujolais at Castlewytch
Spec. Mid Limit Ruby (6, 1)  
1 Boardman Volney Ruby Rosa
2 Shinnick Leelyn Goldie Locks
3 Bodman Kasarin Chacing Rainbows
Spec. Mid Limit B/T (11, 5)  
1 Potter Raved About Her at Rheinvelt
2 Shinnick Leelyn Essence
3 Flower Anberan Tazo Chai
Limit (16, 3)  
1 Hill & Webber Montcolly Victoria
2 Towse Miletree MiesqueJW
3 Biggs Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian
Open (9, 1)  
1 Fry & Jackson Ch Amantra Madonna
2 Koster Ch Harana Good Golly Miss Molly
3 Gamble & Name Withheld Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
 

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