Manchester Dog Show Society
Championship Show - 17th January 2004

 
Best of Breed - Wandris Entertainer
Best Opposite Sex - Pascavale Krystle JW

Best Puppy - Jordanic Lira
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mrs Z Thorn-Andrews
CC Bubb's Wandris Entertainer
RCC Gow's Lyncraeg Daydream JW
Best Puppy Barwell's Charlottetown Cupid
     
Veteran (4 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1 House's Parkcote Vagrant of Triciaville
Magnificent head & earset & long fringes, correct length & width of muzzle, wide spaced eyes which are dark & round & of good size, strong neck, immaculate front & forechest, grand body, moves well in profile & front, a little close in rear, nicely marked to in good coat.
2 Kirkham's Yorkland Mystical Dreamer at Moonstone
10 year old in lovely condition, good head not falling away under his eyes which are lovely, good front, bone & compact feet, well ribbed back, firm topline & a good colour ruby. Needs a touch more bend of stifle to improve his rear, a credit to his owner as were the others.
3 Webster's Tigridias M'Lord Alexander
Res Sharratt's Narayden Magical Lad at Dunadrob
Minor Puppy (16, 5) Some special babies here!
1 Barwell's Charlottetown Wig-Wam
So promising for head type, good conformation & sound on the move, obviously has a long way to go but he looks something special.
2 Gardiner & Dansage's Merriquest Royal Velvet
Looks so much younger & very immature. Such a wonderful outline & looks fabulous in profile, promising throughout, well marked Tri, just very babyish.
3 Korn's Sandusk Monterey
Res Jones' Woodstock Entwined with Droleus
VHC Renaud's Ellenaud Harry Potter
Puppy (17, 4)  
1 Barwell's Charlottetown Cupid
Doesn’t need to grow on any more but he is a lovely quality boy, not at all coarse, super skull, almost flat between the ears, shallow stop, good cushioned muzzle, high set ears which help make his head look even more impressive, sound conformation, well broken up markings & a rich chestnut on a pearly white background, sound, free mover. BP.
2 Barton's Chantismere Chippendale at Loranka
Gorgeous boy. Elegant, nice for size, beautiful limpid eyes, well boned for size. Just needs a little more confidence especially on the table. True precise mover, in good coat.
3 Rennard's Deranmar The Kingmaker
Res Bloice's Scotlass The Laird
VHC Kirkham's Moonstone Minuet
Junior (19, 3)  
1 Portingale's Jacrianna Sea Lord
Beautiful lad, wide spaced eyes, correct muzzle & earset, enough neck to carry his head proudly, excellent body, firm backline, well angulated, nicely broken markings but he could have been whiter. Sound free mover.
2 Hughes' Loranka's Dreamed A Dream
Sound boy, good body, compact & well balanced. Eyes are a little too protuberant & he could do with a stronger muzzle. Otherwise a beauty & well presented & handled.
3 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Hero
Res Li's Avalcier Alessandro
VHC Bettany's Chamanic Moonlight
Special Yearling (15, 2)  
1 King-Smith's Ispahan Galileo JW
Pleasing quality, good to see a lozenge & his markings are super, rich chestnut & white background, good front, bone & compact feet, active mover, flowing freely over the ground, well set tail coming off his gently sloping croup.
2 Forrester's Honeybet Designed For Salbrie
Neat & slightly more feminine than 1, he has a compact outline, well broken Tri markings, good skull & muzzle, nicely cushioned under the eyes, moved with drive & reach, lovely fringes on his well set ears.
3 Hill's Becanna Barnaby
Res Boardman's Volney Super Sleuth JW
VHC Bettany's Chamanic Moonlight
Post Grad (33, 4) Best class so far & the first two quite stunning.
1 Bubb's Wandris Entertainer
Just had the better eyes, head & conformation are outstanding, legs & feet of the best, markings well broken & a lovely silky coat, gently wagging tail & a sound impressive dog moving who retains a typical outline, a real star in the making. CC & BOB.
2 Biggs' Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Most lovely Tri, also excels in conformation & movement, in immaculate condition & clean as a whistle which many were not, happy, gay temperament, super head, just his right eye showing the white which detracted when it came down to such a close call between these two.
3 Steel's Behabre Extravagence
Res Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Revival
VHC Parker's Jordanic Lucca
Limit (31, 10) Another excellent quality class, some lovely Cavaliers going cardless.
1 Chapman's Chryshan Mr Pickwick
Beautiful head, liquid eyes spaced well apart, high set ears, sound front, well ribbed back to short loin, neat quarters & a good tail carriage, well marked & coat presented expertly.
2 Mancey's Estrid Theron
A dog who grew on me as the class progressed. His heavy back leg markings make him appear straight behind, he is not however. Super skull & muzzle, width & length correct, OK in front, excellent movement & he retains his outline in profile, liked his type & quality.
3 Forrester's Salbrie Delaqua
Res Tarlton's Tomnil Cream of The Glen
VHC Dawson's Nottus Hooray Henry
Open (14, 0) Very close decisions between all 5.
1 Gow's Lyncraeg Daydream JW
Had a little more muscle tone & a mite more forechest, 2 was slightly better off for bone, both outstanding movers, 1 good size, attractive head, eyes & soft melting expression, good strong legs & feet, well made throughout, lovely coat & colour. RCC.
2 Dolamore's Ch Ricksbury Royal Edition of Crystaldean
Dripping with coat, also admired his lovely head & expression, well made body & nice proportions, happy show boy who was enjoying himself, really went well, perfect size too, close up to 1 & CC winner.
3 Barwell's Lusanjo Rocket of Charlottetown
Res Lewis' Daraste Refection of Love
VHC Hughes' Loranka's Jubilation
   
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Bitches Mr A Wight
A lovely entry & I did enjoy my time with the breed. Although there was a large variation in head types, body shapes & proportions & varying degrees of proficiency when moving, I had no trouble finding quality enough to shortlist & finally be placed.
CC Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle JW
RCC Rix & Berry's Ch Ricksbury Royal Embrace
Best Puppy Parker's Jordanic Lira
     
Veteran (5 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1 Underwood's Vanmarlen Cherry Blossom
Tri in quite stunning condition & spotless in presentation, lovely head, little more neck would enhance her outline but she is well ribbed, backline rock steady & she is blessed with firm, well muscled hindquarters. In excellent bloom, moved with real drive & purpose.
2 Bloomfield's Oaklake Magic Dream
This Blen is hard to pass because of the quality of her head & expression, shapely, nicely arched neck, good bend of stifle with low hocks, in good condition but not quite the fluency of 1 circling the ring.
3 Tarabad's Fairydales Copper Bright
Res Bloice's Bowfort High Stakes of Scotlass
Minor Puppy (31, 8)  
1 Attwood's Jordanic Giovanna
Found this in to be quite a delight, ultra feminine in head, correct stop. lovely muzzle, well spaced & almost lustrous in expression, decent neck, good spring of rib, quite short coupled & she acquitted herself so well on the move, in excellent coat & presentation first class.
2 King-Smith's Ispahan Reams of Verse
Blen of just 7 months but quite enchanting & despite her rawness she deservedly earned this place in a good class. Spot on for size with adequate substance & weight of bone, so balanced on the move, showing good reach & drive, head coming along well, the ears have length, her eyes so dark round & very expressive. I’m sure one we will hear more of.
3 Bayliss' Castlewytch Willow
Res Bloomfield's Oaklake Debbie Harry
VHC Shields' Broganzor Star of India
Puppy (31, 8)  
1 Parker's Jordanic Lira
BP
Two Blens & both extremely smart. 1 is one of those which makes you take a second look on sight, she is showy, richly hued deep chestnut on the whitest of backgrounds, never gives up showing & the tail ceaselessly wags, head very good, the skull fairly flat, muzzle well developed & those beautiful eyes which eventually won the day, nice arch to her neck, sufficient forechest, lovely spring & depth of rib & a decent width in thigh. 2 shares so many of these attributes, head so well balanced with an excellent muzzle & pigmentation, long ears, skull fairly flat & the stop just about right. She too is a lovely size for her sex, sturdy in body with excellent hind angulation, covers the ground with an easy step. I just edged 1 in front on her eye size.
2 Fry & Jackson's Amantra Iolanthe
See 1st
3 Morrison's Muirlee Sgor Aruad
Res Stanley's Stanhome Petite Fleur
VHC Hughes' Loranka's Celestial
Junior (29, 5)  
1 Askins' Headra's Martha
Blen with the most engaging head aided by those dark, expressive eyes & well set, long ears, nice reach of neck, straight forelegs, ribs well sprung, backline firm both in stance & on the move, responds so well to her handler when asked to & uses her tail so well.
2 Sansom's Byermoor Queens English
Slightly smaller mould, Blen in excellent coat & condition, pretty headed, very good eyes, ample reach of neck, well ribbed, quite sound moving. Not quite the hind angulation of 1 nor her extension when side viewed.
3 Perry's Rosemonde Indulgence
Res Powell's Newroyds Shakira Margareith
VHC Connor's Hillrows Magnolia For Gadeslain
Special Yearling (24, 3) Some top quality youngsters here.
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Krystle JW
Loved her on sight & thought she looked an excellent example of the breed, a delight to go over, beautiful head, the skull flat, ears long & forming an excellent frame for her face, really good eyes, large, dark well apart & so alive & expressive, shapely, quite short coupled with a tremendous ribcage, the finest of backlines & lovely width in thigh & short, firm hocks, in flawless coat & body condition, a real show off which is a huge plus in the showring, her front action was the best of the day & I was more than happy to award her her first CC. Lost BOB on the referee’s decision.
2 Taylor's Rosscrea Bedazzled
Another very promising young bitch who deserved her award in this quality class. I was taken with her head balance, expression is soft & gentle & the ears high set & long, head carnage so good & it aids the appeal of her outline, fairly compact, lovely angles both ends, so purposeful on the move. Not quite the rib finish of 1 as yet but has time on her side.
3 Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Res Shinnick's Leelyn Essence
VHC Ackroyd-Gibson's Toraylac Pandora
Post Grad (23, 10)  
1 Stokes' Simonbeck Polly Poppet at Scouriemore
Liked for her size & shape together with her positive action & that glad to be here look from that pretty head. In lovely coat & condition, well boned, good bend of stifle, firm short hocks, easy, fluent action.
2 Jones' Timsar Miss B'Havin
Like 1 she too is a prettily marked Blen of lovely size, sweet, feminine head. Like most of those I placed she is fairly compact, not overdone in reach of neck & is sufficiently short coupled, sound, light action, in lovely coat condition. 1 had just that fraction more finish in muzzle which helped me to separate two very nice bitches.
3 Rollins & Poundford's Poundroll Gilded Lilly
Res Mann's Turretbank Samantha at Lyndabelle
VHC Bubb & Boyd's Wandris Pantomime
Limit (20, 5)  
1 Taylor's Rosscrea Swing Time
Such an outgoing personality plus Blen with such an air of self belief & a temperament to win any heart. Lovely size, well weighted bone (some are much too heavy), nicely proportioned length to height, firm loin, adequate bend of stifle which she used to advantage circling the ring, head is lovely, balance, amply weighted muzzle, long ears & those eyes!
2 Li's Avalcier Elle
I know she is that fraction longer in loin than one would hope for, but that apart she is a delight to see & to handle. Gorgeous head, the most expressive of eyes, firmly bodied, so beautifully & richly coloured & marked, her coat & presentation could not have been improved on & she is so responsive to her handler’s every whim & gesture. A really nice example of the breed.
3 Rollins & Poundford's Poundroll Ffatall Charm
Res Richardson's Rosemonde Vogue at Kringleholme
VHC Paterson's Crothele Tammy Wynette With Phrenchy
Open (9, 2)  
1 Rix & Berry's Ch Ricksbury Royal Embrace
I am told she was last years top Cavalier & it is easy to understand why. Ultra feminine, pretty headed, delightful expression, well arched neck, firmly bodied, short coupled into the bargain, has enough hind angulation & was immaculately presented. In the challenge I felt the younger bitch deserved to edge the day on the quality of her fore assembly & truer front action.
2 Fry & Jackson's Ch Amantra Madonna
Deciding between the CC & RCC was hard & this decision wasn’t easy either. Another top class Cavalier, oozing charm & femininity & certainly a most worthy titleholder, lovely size, beautiful head, eyes, muzzle & ears, nicely held head, strong bodylines, good firm rear action. In the final analysis I just preferred the more broken markings of 1.
3 Ackroyd-Gibson's Toraylac Deja Vu
Res Koster's Ch Harana Good Golly Miss Molly
VHC Askins' Headra's New Flame
   
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