Northern Ireland Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 1st May 2004

Best In Show - Lymrey Hi Octane
Reserve Best In Show - Toraylac Déjà Vu

Best Opposite Sex - Toraylac Déjà Vu
Best Puppy - Kinvaar Innocence

Dog Results Bitch Results

I would like to thank the Northern Ireland Cavalier Club who put on an excellent show with many extra prizes to celebrate their 21st Anniversary Show, starting the day off with Buck’s Fizz and ending with dinner and dancing.
I was very pleased with the quality of the entry of 186, especially with my bitch line up, which I consider to be one of the best I have had in over 30 years of judging at CC level. Presentation was very good throughout the entry, although dental hygiene was lacking in a lot of dogs.

Dogs.   Mrs Diana Schilizzi
Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Octane
Shinnick’s Leelyn Rug Rat
Best Puppy
Ackroyd-Gibson’s Acewall Enigma from Toraylac
Veteran Dog or Bitch (9)  
1 Payne’s Ch Myhope Fever
Very well presented Ruby who has kept his figure well through the years. I gave him the Puppy Group seven years ago and I still like him. Went like a bomb. His dam stood 3rd.
2 Bloice’s Bowfort High Stakes of Scotlass
Blen bitch of good type, well put together throughout, straight bone, nice shoulder line, feminine head and dark eyes.
3 Payne’s Myhope Follow That Dream
Minor Puppy (13)  
1 Ackroyd-Gibson’s Acewall Enigma from Toraylac
Very promising puppy of quality, nephew of the Bitch CC winner, very much the same type. Good front assembly, round bone and spring of rib. Well marked, richly coloured silky textured coat, moved with drive from his hocks, keeping a good topline. Very pleasing head and expression. Best Puppy Dog.
2 McFarlane’s Merryoth Morse
Very immature Blen, who has it all there to come. Lovely head and darkest of eyes and pigmentation. Paler in coat than 1st, needing more time to come together.
3 Gillhespy’s Marigill Makari
Puppy (7)  
1 Kerr’s Kinvaar Obsession
Richly marked Tri with tan in all the right places. Good topline and tail set. Moved well both ways making a good frame. Needs more time to develop in the head and under the eyes.
2 Gow’s Lyncraeg Henri
Very talkative Blen! Good front, a little longer in the loin than 1st, good tail set. Uses his dark eyes!
3 Porter’s Ringcreevy Rock the Cazbah
Junior (12)  
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael JW
Quality Blen of a nice size, Lovely head and eye, good ear placement on the skull and the treasured spot. He stood four square with good bone and depth throughout. Moved well, one to watch!
2 Salisbury’s Clopsville Jack Daniels
Well put together B/T, nice size, short in the coupling, good straight silky coat with a quality head. Nothing coarse here. I see he’s by my Best Veteran Dog.
3 Lamont’s Moorfields J’Adore
Novice (6)  
1 Finlay’s Sorata Mercedes
Well presented B/T rich in colour, up to size, must not grow on. Good topline, needs to tighten in front.
2 Grant’s Granasil Kennedy
Nice sized Blen with pleasing topline, needing more padding under the eyes
3 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Lachie.
Graduate (4)  
1 Town’s Barsac Wee Swallay
Nice sized Tri, needing roadwork for muscle to tighten up all round. Clear, well marked head, expertly handled.
2 Bloice’s Scotlass The Laird JW
Showy, well marked Blen who was 5th in Junior, good spring of rib and turn of stifle. Shorter reach of neck
3 Crane’s Cranvarl Royal Clansman
Post Graduate (7)  
1 Kerr’s Kinvaar Mystere JW
Difficult class to judge, all different types. Full older brother to 1st in Puppy Dog, sire has consistently put his stamp on them. A quality Blen with treasured spot, made a good frame standing and moving, correct head, muzzle, skull and soft expression. Dark pigmentation and eyes.
2 Lamont’s Allegra Hundert Wassee von Moorfield
Blen, a lot to like about him, needs more time to come together, and steady up on his movement. Wild one!!
3 Hughes’ Loranka’s Jubilation
Limit (13)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Octane
Very showy, beautifully presented Blen, who has great ring presence. I had given him Pup of The Year, and he did not disappoint me today. Spot on parallel hocks which he used with drive. Good topline and tail set, nice round bone and the most glamorous head and soft melting expression. I was very pleased to give him his crown. CC & BOB.
2 Gow’s Lyncraeg Daydream
A very classy Blen that I liked a lot. Better marked than 1st. Very good front assembly, straight topline. I preferred the head of the 1st dog. Two very nice Blenheims.
3 Criag’s Ebonleigh Jolly Jasper.
Open (4)  
1 Salisbury’s Clopsville Kansas JW
Richly marked, well broken-up Blen who has the desired crest to his neck. Well laid shoulders. Would like a darker eye. Cheerful showman.
2 Bloice’s Scotlass Heroun
Blen with the longest ears! Moved well both ways. Shorter in the neck than the 1st. Would like to see a larger eye.
3 Glen’s Sandbrae Red Alert.
Special Open Wholecolour (6)  
1 Shinnick’s Leelyn Rug Rat
A real stallion dog! Beautifully presented – I do not think I have seen such a shine on a B/T – really gleaming straight coat and deep tan. Classic head, nothing coarse here. Good depth throughout, straight topline, well placed tail set, correct bone. RCC
2 Hughes’ Loranka’s Starstealer
Ruby made on larger lines, very well presented, good reach of neck, preferred the overall balance of the 1st. Two very nice wholecolours
3 Steel’s Behabre Statesman.

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Bitches   Mrs Diana Schilizzi
Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Déjà Vu
Sansom’s Byermoor Queen’s English
Best Puppy
Kerr’s Kinvaar Innocence
Minor Puppy (8)  
1 Smith’s Beaudale Velvet Sky
Very feminine, well presented B/T, the Irish air must suit the wholecolours. She was positively gleaming. Gentle expression, well held topline and positive in movement.
2 Morell’s Hillcave Hot Legs
Clearly marked Blen, who moved well both ways. Really good mouth. Dark eye, a little longer in the loin than the 1st.
3 Kerr’s Kinvaar Serenity
Puppy (14)  
1 Kerr’s Kinvaar Innocence
Attractively marked Tri, who made a good, well balanced frame. Nice lay of shoulder, and length of neck. Good depth of heart room, well turned stifle. BPIS
2 Shinnick’s Leelyn Dolly
Richly marked B/T of a nice size. Has it all there to work on, a lot going for her, but she was crabbing on the move today.
3 Steel’s Behabre Mystique
Junior (16)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queen’s English
Very feminine Toy spaniel with lovely long ear fringes framing her head. Well balanced skull and muzzle, dark pigmentation and eye. Covered the ground with good drive behind. RCC
2 Mowatt’s Asmena Sugar and Spice
Silky textured Blen, not so mature as above, but it is all there to come. Firm body, good shoulder line, moved well both ways.
3 Hughes’ Loranka’s Star Surprise
Novice (10)  
1 Finlay’s Sorata Sweet Louise
Very mature Blen, who went better in this class. Richly marked, well presented. Nice skull, good eyes and pigmentation.
2 Lamont’s Moorfields Hope
Ruby of completely different type from above. Good eyes and expression, not so firm in the topline as 1st. Would like a longer leg.
3 Porter’s Ringcreevy Rare Onyx
Graduate (10)  
1 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Falutin
Beautifully presented sparkling white Blen. Very typical type from this kennel, litter sister to BIS, out of the same mould. Lovely head, her dark eyes well placed in the skull. Short coupled up body, really good spring of ribs and depth throughout. Good topline and tail set.
2 Lamont’s Allegra Helene at Moorfields
Different type to 1st. Very naked madam! Nice sized, good shoulder line, moved well. Needs more time.
3 Hughes’ Loranka’s Enchante
Post Graduate (6)  
1 Sparrow’s Tashmit Penny Royale
Well made and marked quality Blen, really good front and neck. Gentle classic head, well placed eyes. On the move held a straight topline and tailset. One to watch
2 Mowatt’s Asmena Kassia
Moved well both ways, good topline, did not have such a good reach of neck as 1st. Good eye. Muscle not as good as above.
3 Thomson’s Kinvaar Shalimar at Ailcres
Limit (19)  
1 Rennard’s Edonhill Rising Star for Deranmar
Lovely size, well marked Blen who excelled in breed type, shape and quality. Good round, straight bone, well put together. Moved strongly both ways, holding her topline and tailset.
2 Stanley’s Stanhome Petite Fleur
Heavily but clearly marked Tri, same remarks apply as above. Two very nice bitches. Close decision. It was nice to see such good neck lines in both
3 Deddis’ November Dream.
Open (16)  
1 Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Déjà Vu
Well marked and presented Blen who was beautifully balanced throughout from her nose to the tip of her tail. True quality Toy spaniel, very pretty head with large dark round eyes. Showing off her crest to her neck onto well laid shoulders. Dead level back, and good depth, short in coupling. She really used her hocks going away. CC & RBIS
2 Jones’ Ch Timsar Miss Chief
Very worthy Champion, full of quality. Preferred balance of the 1st.
3 Hughes’ Loranka’s Summer Love
Special Open Wholecolour (6)  
1 Shinnick’s Leelyn Essence
Well put together, gleaming B/T of a nice size. Good shoulder line. Moved well.
2 Glen’s Sandbrae Atomic Fever
Very pretty head. Nice size and spring of ribs. Must watch her weight on the shoulder. I see she is by my Best Veteran in Show.
3 Lyttle’s Agerton Jazzi Dazzler.

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