Midland CKCS Club
Championship Show - 4th December 2004

Best in Show - Aranel Bombastic
Best Opposite Sex - Jordanic Lira
Best Puppy - Brymarden Moon River

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.   Mrs J MacAlpine
CC Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Bombastic
RCC Hughes' Loranka’s Jubilation
Best Puppy Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Stanley
Veteran (12 entries, 3 absent)  
1 Steels’ Astralea Classic Gold of Behabre
Well constructed Blen, moved & showed well, lovely soft expression with large dark eyes. Short cobby body, looking good for his age.
2 Payne’s Ch Myhope Fever
Small ruby who was well made a showed very well, nice head & eyes, another who is wearing well.
3 Koster’s Harana Jazzie Jeff
Minor Puppy (21, 6)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer at Homerbrent
Lovely little ruby, true toy spaniel, good topline, turn of stifle & tail carriage, sweet expressive eyes, lovely puppy & one for the future.
2 Jones’ Emjo The Bombadier
Small Blen, lovely head & super eyes, well constructed little dog who moved & showed well.
3 Hughes’ Loranka’s Party Games
Puppy (25, 5)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Stanley
Small B/T, beautifully presented coat, absolutely gleamed, good lay of shoulders, good topline & turn of stifle, lovely head with the largest of dark eyes, real toy spaniel. Best Puppy Dog
2 Allerton’s Kavacay Magic Dream at Deeriem
Blen with a lovely soft expression & super large eyes, well constructed & moved well
3 Bayliss’ Castlewytch Arizona
Junior (24, 4) Very strong class, could have awarded many more cards.
1 Costello’s Beauella Radzinski
Blen with a lovely head a super soft expression, well laid shoulders a good topline with a good turn of stifles, fairly flowed around the ring, nice cobby lad, well deserved to win this great class.
2 Godwin’s Cavaleigh Sweetheart
Blen who was well constructed & moved well, nice head with large dark eyes & lovely soft expression.
3 Kerr’s Kinvaar Obsession
Novice (13, 3)  
1 Baker’s Nevhill’s Navarra
Tri with a super head, lovely expressive eyes, good lay of shoulders, topline & turn of stifle, moved & showed well, beautifully presented.
2 Sullivan’s Lillypin Rusty Nail
Young Ruby who has still some maturing to do, very well constructed & moved round the ring very well, lovely head & eyes.
3 Barker’s Kaishmar Cool Hand Luke
Novice (13, 1)  
1 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Lachie
Nice Blen who was VHC in Junior. Good lay of shoulders & turn of stifle. Moved well maintaining a level topline at all times. Unlucky to have had so much competition in the strong Junior class
2 Barton’s Chantismere Chippendale at Loranka
Blen well constructed & moved well, well presented
3 Tompsett’s Myotabad Red Ninja at Radbrooks
Graduate (20, 4)  
1 Hazeltine’s Juzandia Red Hot Chilli Pepa
Small Ruby with a lovely head & large dark eyes, good lay of shoulders & turn of stifle, moved around the ring well maintaining a level topline at all times, good tail carriage, lovely little dog who is maturing nicely
2 Godwin’s Cavaliegh Sweet Talk
Blen with good turn of stifle a lay of shoulders, moved well, nice head with lovely soft expressive eyes
3 Hill’s Becanna Barnaby
Post Graduate (19, 4)  
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael
Lovely richly marked Blen, lovely large round dark eyes, well constructed & moved like a dream, commanded the ring. Still has some maturing to do & then will worry the best
2 Wiggins’ Whyteplace After Midnight
Blen with good lay of shoulders & turn of stifle, moved well maintaining a level topline, good head with nice eyes
3 Chattaway’s Delhaze Bracken
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (11, 3)  
1 Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Bombastic
Blen who almost missed the class, really did keep the best to last, super head with the most beautiful of large dark eyes giving that lovely soft expression, well coated & beautifully presented, well laid shoulders & a good turn of stifle, fairly flowed around the ring, good topline & tail carriage. CC & on the referee’s decision, BIS.
2 Dawson’s Nottus Hooray Henry
Blen with good lay of shoulders, turn of stifle & topline, moved like a dream, wonderful to watch. Not just the finish of 1. Shame he was absent for the challenge.
3 Searle’s Milkeyn Sheer Dynamite at Stonepit
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (8, 1)  
1 Biggs’ Keilorlan Poetry In Motion
Small dog, well constructed & beautifully presented, lovely masculine head with a soft expression, very nice little dog, moved & showed well.
2 Cocker’s Homerbrent Excitation
Small dog with good turn of stifle, lay of shoulders & topline, moved well around the ring.
3 Barwell’s Lusanjo Rocket of Charlottetown
Special Mid Limit Ruby (9, 2)  
1 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Brian
Ruby with wonderful pigmentation, nice head with large dark eyes, good lay of shoulders, turn of stifle & topline, moved freely around the ring, good tail carriage.
2 Bailey’s Aldoricka Ullysees
Ruby, well constructed & moved well around the ring, maintained a good topline & had a good tail carriage.
3 Owen’s Narayden Kind Of Magic
Special Mid Limit Black & Tan (12)  
1 Sullivan’s Shenlyn February Focus for Myhope
B/T very well made with good shoulders & turn of stifle, gleaming coat & very well presented, moved around the ring really well, good tail carriage
2 Salisbury’s Clopsville Jack Daniels
Small B/T well constructed & moved well. Not quite as mature as 1.
3 Sutherland’s Ebonleigh Desert Thunder
Limit (16, 1)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka’s Jubilation
Small Blen who reminded me very much of his sire who is a favourite of mine, good lay of shoulders, turn of stifle & topline, lovely head with super large round dark eyes giving that soft expression, moved well, beautifully presented. RCC.
2 Gow’s Lyncraeg Daydream
Blen with good turn of stifle, lay of shoulders & topline, well presented, showed & moved well, nice head but just preferred the expression of 1
3 Inglis’ Craigowl Billy Elliot
Open (9, 2)  
1 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
Blen with a super head & softest of expressions, still maintaining his masculinity. More solidly marked but well furnished coat, well made & moved well. Pushed hard for top honours
2 Lymer & Scheit’s Ch Lymrey Hi Octane
Blen with good lay of shoulders, turn of stifle & topline maintained on the move, moved well, very close between 1 & 2.
3 Koster’s Ch Harana Starman.
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (8,1)  
1 Bubb’s Ch Wandris Entertainer
Blen with lovely large round dark eyes giving a super soft expression, well made & moved well around the ring. Another dog who pushed hard for top honours. Beautifully presented
2 Levy & Sedgwlck’s Ch Pascavale Enchanted
Small Blen with a lovely head & expressive eyes, good lay of shoulders, turn of stifle & topline, moved well, close between 1 & 2.
3 Lewis’ Ch Daraste Reflection Of Love.
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Bitches   Miss S Smith
It was a pleasure to judge the 25th renewal of the Midland Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Championship Show and I thank sincerely the officers and committee of the club for their organisation of such an enjoyable show, also my two efficient stewards who kept everything running along smoothly. Last but by no means least, a big thank you to the exhibitors for a grand entry of 244 bitches from which I found some top class bitches in all the four colours.
Frankly I was pleasantly surprised to find such quality as I do worry about this lovely breed and their present day custodians. This breed unfortunately suffers from a lamentable collection of judges and some parochial breed clubs who control the breed’s progress and yet show little control over their member’s activities. However as I have mentioned, there were top class ones in all four colours, and it was reassuring to see that they come from small ‘private collections’ and are owned by the type of people who would never dream of exploiting their Cavaliers, even if they did not have bread on the table.
Apart from the principle placings, I can’t remember seeing a more badly made, unsound bunch of bitch puppies than this entry. Sorry to be brutal, but you know it was a complete waste of time and money rearing them for the show ring, and in time they will only go on and breed the same. If you are unsure, never be too proud to ask an experienced person, and it does not have to another Cavalier breeder or judge, to take you over a live model of a good Cavalier and a badly made one and let them show you the differences. Breed type, pretty heads and markings are all essential but they have to be aligned with correct conformation and sound movement.
There was an uncomfortable amount of bad mouths in the entry, even amongst the older bitches and still signs of blatant trimming. The Breed Standard asks for a scissor bite and that the breed be totally free from trimming.
CC Parker’s Jordanic Lira
RCC Gamble & Name Withheld Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
Best Puppy Claydon’s Brymarden Moon River
Veteran (11 entries)  
1 Conneally’s CH Droleus That’s M’ Libbii at Coedgwlum
Best Veteran in Show. The re-appearance of this gorgeous blenheim rather spoilt the rest of the day for me, as I have already given her the C.C. at Crufts and yet I kept thinking about her and using her as a yard stick against anything else that was top class in the remaining entry. At 8 years she belies her age and I hope that newcomers and present day enthusiasts will go and have a good look at her to see why she is so good, her like does not come around very often.
2 Koster’s CH Harana Nina Simone
Another former C.C. winner of mine and at 7 years this quality B/T still looks the business, she was in excellent condition and moved with grace.
3 King-Smith’s Deranmar Shakira with Ispahan
Minor Puppy (30)  
1 Mann’s Lyndabelle Emerald
Smart as paint quality tri, lovely head, large round dark eyes, good overall conformation consequently moved around the ring very well, elegant style, rich mahogany tan, lovely temperament, has a future.
2 Butler’s Tamyse Delecia
Lovely quality blenheim. compact and showy, well made, rich well-broken markings, large dark eyes, also has a future.
3 Shone’s Cobalatino Mona Lisa
Puppy (28)  
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Moon River
Best Puppy in Show. Deep red blenheim, well put together, sweet expression. lovely head and pigment, expertly handled and moved with drive and confidence. Everything as it should be and she is all set for a very bright future.
2 Barker’s Kaishmar Cara Mia Mine
Very glamorous slightly different breed type and more lightly marked rich blenheim than one, but still an excellent exhibit, sweet expression particularly noted her well turned stifles and very good hind quarters, moved soundly with great style.
3 Savage’s Lymrey Sweet Memories
Junior (36)  
1 Goodwin’s Lanola Salsa JW
Out of the top draw and should get her title, top class head and eyes, lovely balance and shape, above all classic blenheim breed type with quality and soundness plus good temperament, super deep colour and ideal size.
2 Attwood’s Clentview Addiction
Slightly different type, very feminine with tapered muzzle, well broken rich blenheim, compact and well made, well handled and shown.
3 Kitson’s Kadoogels Cock A Hoop
Maiden (29)  
1 Shail’s Rossbonny Molly Malone
Beautifully shown and handled by a little girl which only complemented the merits of this quality well broken rich blenheim, lovely type, beautiful head and eyes, compact with good bone, ideal size and balance.
2 Barker’s Kaishmar Cara Mia Mine
See Puppy
3 Angell’s Charwelton Jodie
Novice (17)  
1 Taylor’s Rosscrea Broadway Baby
Well broken rich blenheim, lovely shape going around, elegant and well made, pretty head and expression, good eyes and pigment, lovely straight front arid well turned stifles.
2 Shail’s Rossbonny Molly Malone
See Maiden
3 Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
Graduate (21)  
1 Parker’s Jordanic Lira
CC. Reserve Best in Show. From an exquisite line up of unbeaten blenheims this was the one that ‘jumped out’ at me and I believe this was the first C.C. for both dog and owner. She is a gorgeous type with a really lovely head, large eyes and good pigment, excellent classic breed type, well broken rich colouring, perfect size and balance, in my opinion her potential is huge so I hope her owner can master the roller coaster ride she is about to embark on!
2 Dale’s Maratim Magic Ring
Close up, lovely type again, the last cut in this class were all up to speed, this well broken rich blenheim had expressive eyes and good pigment and she too has a future.
3 Moulden’s Whitecroft Promises
Post Graduate (26)  
1 ConneaIly’s Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
I see is litter sister to the bitch C.C. though of slightly different type she too is excellent in her own way, rich blenheim with the most beautiful luxuriant ears groomed to perfection, very elegant and well handled.
2 Jones’ Timsar Miss B’Havin
Gave her full sister a Res C.C. at Crufts and she compares very favourably with her except for the lack of furnishings at the moment, of lovely size and body proportions, she is compact with a pretty head, good eyes and pigment, complementing the well broken, rich blenheim markings
3 Scott’s Toscam Monte Lucia
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (14)  
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Rosetta
Best overall in this class, very stylish going around, full of glamour and breed type, stands out with her well broken rich blenheim markings, as always well handled and presented from this kennel.
2 Bubb’s Wandris Pantomine
Well broken blenheim, more appeal with her pretty head and eyes than 1st but not quite the reach of neck and overall style
3 Leach’s Flossybrook Mitzi Gaynor At Ouzlewell
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (7)  
1 Searle’s Stonepit Just A Gem
Excellent breed type for this colour and ‘just my cup of tea’, two lovely tris close up but winner in fuller coat, excellent mahogany tan, large round dark eyes, two bitches to be proud of
2 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
My notes simply said "Wouldn’t mind either of these two"
3 Godwin’s Valanroy Uptown Girl at Stanhome
Special Mid Limit Ruby (6) Small but good class
1 Boardman’s Volney Ruby Rosa
The first two kept the best toplines going around, this quality ruby has turned out to be something of a revelation since puppyhood, I didn’t care for her a lot, now she is just beautiful, dripping in coat with lovely ear fringes, she has a pretty, feminine head and moves so soundly with confidence and style.
2 Hughes’ Loranka's Sweet Delight
Close up to the winner who had a touch more foreface.
3 Dix’s Downsbank Winter Berries For Beewye JW
Special Mid Limit Black/Tan    
1 Sutherland’s Ebonleigh Desert Lightning
Two high quality black/tans out of the top drawer, this type can make a huge influence on the breed, not a lot in the final decision, winner just moved marginally better on the final run off, both had quality coats, excellent tan, lovely eyes, head and expression.
2 Inman-Cunningham Chamanic Night Shift
Every bit as good as the best this kennel, has produced in the past
3 Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
Limit (18)  
1 Crozier’s Dress Rehersal at Korraines
Glamorous well broken rich blenheim of the classical type, really lovely head with large, dark eyes and pigment, ideal size, conformation and proportions, moved and showed really well, with more furnishings to complete the picture she has all the hallmarks of a potential Champion
2 Tomlinson’s Sanickro Vision
Generous headed tri of quality, with large, dark eyes and complemented by the desirable rich mahogany tan markings, ideal size with a compact, sturdy body, good bone and sound movement.
3 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Falutin
Open (11)  
1 Gamble & Name Withheld Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
Reserve C.C. Sitting on 2 C.C.’s and sorry I could not go one better, she was the best of the young B/T bitches today, she is of intense breed type and quality so well worth persevering with. She must have multiple lines back to Black Tulip as the influence from there comes shining through on her wonderful head piece and expression, this is very reassuring to see, excellent colours of raven black on rich tan, lovely well balanced outline, great show temperament and outlook, moved soundly, well handled and presented, always love a 'tomboy'
2 Vella & Towse’s Miletree Classic Dream Cinderlace
Quality blenheim with the much desired lozenge marking on the skull, pretty head with good pigment, small but well balanced, dainty and sound.
3 Mangham’s Phrenchy Madame Cholet With Charnavale
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (9)  
1 Inman-Cunningham’s Chamanic Fredrika
This was one of a pair of top class B/T’s bred and shown by this noted kennel, my notes said ‘nice all over’, she had lovely, round dark eyes so important in this colour, excellent temperament, showed and moved soundly.
2 Hughes’ Lorankas Summer Love
Well broken rich blenheim, not quite so appealing in head but otherwise again nice all over.

3 Koster’s CH. Harana Good Golly Miss Molly

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