UK Toy Dog Show Society
Championship Show - 27th March 2004

Best of Breed - Aranel Ballistic
Best Opposite Sex - Raved About Her At Rheinvelt

Best Puppy - Hurleaze Out Of The Blue
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Miss L Koster
I was thrilled to receive the invitation to judge at this popular show, it has always been one of my favourites and I thoroughly enjoyed my day. I would like to thank the committee for their warm welcome, my two stewards for all their hard work and efficiency, and finally the exhibitors for their sportsmanship.
On the down side, I have a number of concerns. Firstly, I was amazed at the amount of dogs with dirty teeth, and not just in the later classes, there were some as young as Juniors with tartar encrusted molars and almost 'greenish' front teeth. Secondly, there were a number of rather thin dogs, especially some of the puppies. I know how frustrating it can be when a dog won't eat, but maybe the best thing would be, to leave them at home until they decide that you're not trying to poison them with every bowl of food you put down! Finally, and this is something I have mentioned in previous critiques - why oh why, when it is such a considerable expense to enter dogs at a show, do people not take the trouble to bath them?! I lost count of the amount of dirty, and in some cases, knotted dogs, I judged. Some were just downright filthy. Apart from anything else, it is somewhat of an insult to the judge to expect them to handle such dirty dogs, and it certainly doesn't sway, what could be a tough decision, in their favour.
Ok, I'll get off my soapbox now - I was very pleased with my final line-up, and feel with all the sad issues, health wise, that are facing our lovely breed, we should still be very proud of our dogs and cherish them greatly.
CC Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Ballistic
RCC Inglis’ Craigowl Billy Elliot
Best Puppy Moffat's Rytonion Prince Town
Minor Puppy (22 Entries, 3 Absent) I was rather disappointed in the overall quality in this and the next class.
1 Loades’ Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
Lovely Ruby, who just scraped in, being 6mths on the day. Thought he might be my winner on first look, and closer examination only served to confirm this. The richest of colours, which seems to be lacking in a lot of the rubies nowadays, superb pigment, huge round eyes full of expression. Super neck & shoulders, short back, so well proportioned and balanced all through. Moved with verve and confidence, showing a true picture from all angles. Just lost out on maturity to the Puppy winner, but a young man, who, given the proper luck, should be assured of a bright future.
2 Kerr’s Kinvar Obsession
Well marked Tri, whose confidence grew as the class progressed. Has the makings of a beautiful head, with a lovely soft expression. Moved well when settled, keeping a level topline at all times. Good angulation all through, not such a neat package as 1.
3 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Morgan NAF
Res Bates’ Kavenka Mischief Maker
VHC Payne’s Catemmsal Sunset
Puppy (19, 2)  
1 Moffat’s Rytonion Prince Town
Heavily marked Blen in good coat. Such a lovely headpiece so typical of his breeding. The largest of eyes of correct colour, level topskull with nicely placed ears. Good neck blending into well laid shoulders, neat body, with correct tailset, carried well. Moved fluidly, with plenty of drive. Presented a lovely outline when standing. When he reaches full maturity, will be one to watch. BPD
2 Smith’s Beaudale Truly Madly Deeply
Richly coloured Ruby, who, unfortunately, had forgotten his best bib & tucker! Very shapely dog, short, compact body. Reachy neck with correct shoulder angulation. Super size. Moved with style, going true, fore & aft.
3 Claydon’s Brymarden Billybob
Res Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Favourite
VHC Korn’s Sandusk Monterey
Junior (22, 5)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Octane
My notes say 'Gorgeous' and that just about sums this dog up. A real toy spaniel. Dripping in coat of good colour & texture. Impeccably presented, not a hair out of place. Exquiste head, beautiful eyes that you could lose yourself in. Good pigment, clean face. Cobby body holding a crisp outline, both standing and on the move. Lovely bone for his size without being overdone in any way. Have admired him from the ringside for sometime, but today he was not himself. He did enough to win this strong class, but faded even more so in the challenge. I later discovered that he was suffering from an upset stomach. A real disappointment to me, and had he been on top form, he would have been hard to beat
2 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Brian
Another nice Ruby who was unlucky to meet 1. Must win the prize for the biggest eyes of the day, well placed in an attractive head, using his ears to advantage. Correctly balanced, with fluid lines all through. Needs to spring his rib and tighten up in front. An appealing dog who has a lot to offer and, with maturity, should be one to watch for the future.
3 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Jack Daniels
VHC Thomson’s Ailcres Sandman
Maiden (14, 2)  
1 Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Ballistic
Well, this dog took me by surprise. I certainly didn't expect to find my CC winner in this class. At first look he comes across as a sound, well balanced dog of good honest type. Only on closer inspection do his true qualities come to the fore. His head is copybook material, flat topskull, framed by well set ears. Large, limpid eyes with jet black halos, which serve to enhance the true expression. Correct foreface, with strong lipline. Excellent pigment all through. Crested neck, set on well laid shoulders. Neat, short coupled body, with good depth of chest and spring of rib. Adequate hind angulation with short hocks allowing for good action. Moved gracefully, yet with plenty of drive, holding a firm topline and carrying his tail well. He was at one with his handler and did all that was asked of him. A very unassuming little dog, who stayed in my mind for the rest of the day. In the challenge, his quiet confidence won through and he just couldn't be ignored. I was pleased to award him his first CC and, with my co-judges agreement, BOB. I'm sure he will attain his title in the not to distant future - he certainly deserves to!
2 Thomson’s Ailcres Sandman
Pleasing Ruby boy who was placed VHC in the strong Junior class. Sound moving dog, full of confidence. Happy, outgoing temperament. Nicely made, and of useful size.
3 Rennard’s Deranmar The Kingmaker
Res Bradbury’s Lymrey Hi Voltage
VHC Vout’s Touvas Sundance
Novice (9, 0)  
1 Baker & Park’s Keyingham Branwell
Another heavier marked, well coated Blen. Very exhuberent young dog who was giving his handler a hard time. Super size & shape, fairly powered round the ring. In lovely coat of correct colours. Perhaps a little too 'pretty' for my tastes, but a dog of doubtless quality.
2 Salisbury’s Clopsville Jack Daniels
Compact B/T who came 4th in the good Junior class. Neat size. Seemed a little unhappy here and was closing his eyes, Hope he has better days - he deserves them.
3 Bloice’s Scotlass The Laird
Res Vout’s Touvas Moon Mission
VHC Bettany’s Chamanic Moonlight
Graduate (13, 1)  
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Billy Elliot
Eye catching Tri, with one of the beat heads I have seen in this colour - and it can only get better!! Cleanly marked face, gently tapered muzzle and dense, black nose. Well set, fully fringed ears that framed his face to advantage. Very showy young man, wearing a heavier jacket. Crisp, clean outline, striding round the ring with confidence. Plenty of neck, set off by his pearly white collar. Dead level topline, carrying on through to an almost perfectly set and carried tail. Sound, steady movement with clean front action and positive drive behind. Another dog that stayed in my mind, pushed hard in the challenge, just seemed to tire a little at the critical moment! RES CC
2 Maclaine’s Lochbuie Caught On Camera
This B/T impressed as soon as he entered the ring. Rich bright tan in all the right places. Keeping a super outline on the move, holding a good topline and correctly carried tail. Whilst he had plenty of coat, it looked a little unkempt, and he lacked the enthusiasm of the winner.
3 Parker’s Jordanic Lucca
Res Forrester’s Honeybet Designed For Salbrie
VHC Chattaway’s Delhaze Bracken TAF
Veteran (6, 2)  
1 Payne’s Ch Myhope Fever
Well known Ruby champion, who has more than proved his worth as a sire. Now at 7yrs of age, he has lost none of his appeal. Small, well balanced boy, still carrying a rich, clean coat. Soft headpiece, with lovely eyes & expression, that are seen so often in his progeny. His happy, fluid movement belied his advancing years. A pleasure to have the chance to judge him again. BEST VETERAN.
2 North’s Rheinvelt Radio Star
Profusely coated B/T of 10 yrs. Showed a nice outline when standing. Moved well. Sweet head.
3 Boyd’s Ringcreevy Rostellan of Airlie
Res House’s Parkcote Vagrant of Triciaville
Post Grad (32, 7)  
1 Li’s Avalcier Alessandro JW
Typy Blen, carrying a wealth of coat. Appealing head, enhanced by the softest of eyes giving him a kind expression. Classic lines all through. Plenty of bone, giving good substance. Moved with aplomb, holding a balanced outline. A real showman who will always be there or thereabouts.
2 King-Smith’s Ispahan Galileo JW
Extremely well made Blen, who I have judged before and liked enormously. Shows a good outline, standing and on the move. Has fulfilled the early promise he exhibited as a puppy, just needs the furnishings to complete the picture.
3 Boardman’s Volney Super Sleuth JW
Res North’s Nustoal Huckleberry Finn With Jalesto
VHC Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Robin Hood
Mid Limit (12, 2)  
1 Baker’s Nevhill's Roosevelt JW
Lighter marked Blen. Gorgeous head, with a warm, kind expression but showing a sparkle in his eye, giving an indication of his mischievous personality. Has real presence and 'joie de vivre'. Teeming with breed type, built on classic lines. In profile, has all the correct attributes, creating an elegant picture. When settled, moved with panache. Pulled out in the last 4 for top honours, but unfortunately, due to a change of handler, would not keep his mind on the job. Another day, another dollar?!
2 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Enchanted
Have admired this compact Blen from the ringside on many occasions. In super coat, which is presented to perfection. Beautiful head, generous eyes and outlook. Smooth, flowing outline, standing 4 square. Short backed, with good tailset and croup. Would like a little more leg under him to give perfect balance. Put in a bit of a lack lustre performance today and was not so positive behind as I have seen him.
3 Waddington’s Spindlepoint Chancellor JW
Res Mynott’s Honeybet Valentino
VHC Barraclough’s Ricksbury Royal Revolotion of Juette
Limit (16, 3)  
1 Forrester’s Salbrie Delaqua
This little dog does not always make a good account of himself in the ring, but today he had pulled all the stops out and truly deserved his win. Richly coloured Blen carrying a good coat. Compact size and shape showing a pleasing picture on the move, with an easy, flowing gait. Neat outline when in repose with the right amount of bone for his size.
2 Biggs’ Kellorian Poetry In Motion
Attractive Tri, well broken coat with all the trimmings. Moved ok, holding a firm topline, would like a better tail set. Cobby body with plenty of rib and good angulation all through.
3 Mancey’s Estrid Theron
Res Godwin’s Rosscrea Maverick at Simpatico
VHC Shinnick’s Leelyn Darius
Spec Limit (B/T or R) (18, 0)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Starstealer
Well coated Ruby, put down in excellent condition. Lovely headpiece, good eyes. Well finished foreface with plenty of cushioning. Good neck, straight, true front action. Makes an attractive picture going round showing his good tail set. Another dog that seemed to be off form today, and was dipping behind the shoulders and not moving so positively behind.
2 Dix’s Beewye Lara's Rufus JW
Pleasing Ruby, slightly darker in colour than 1, but not carrying such a good coat. Very happy showman, commanding attention with his enthusiastic display.
3 North’s Nustoal Huckleberry Finn With Jalesto
Res Loades’ Rosirius Serge
VHC Shinnick’s Leelyn Darius
Open (11, 0)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Ryan
Another beautifully presented dog from these clever breeders. Rich chestnut markings on a clean, pearly white background. Superbly constructed of correct size. Lovely full chest with good spring of rib and deep brisket. Shown in tip-top condition, well muscled quarters giving him the best movement in this class. Attractive head, broad skull, correct stop and well placed ears. Outgoing, friendly dog who was in tune with his handler at all times. Pulled out in the last 4 for final consideration. I'm sure it won't be long before he has the coveted 'Ch' before his name.
2 Angell’s Ch Charwelton Valentine
Worthy Champion with many fine qualities. Appeals for size, outline and type. Holding clean lines all through, strong fluid front action. Happy boy who showed lots of style and enthusiasm. Couldn't match 1 for pigment or hind movement.
3 Lymer & Scheidt’s Ch Lymrey Roger
Res Lewis’ Daraste Refection of Love
VHC Shinnick’s Leelyn Rug Rat

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Bitches Miss A Bubb
CC Potter's Raved About Her At Rheinvelt
RCC Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Best Puppy Hurley’s Hurleaze Out Of The Blue
Minor Puppy  (38 Entries 10 Absent)  
1 Town’s Judyland Melissa at Barsac
Exquisite Tricolour baby with the most appealing expression, prettiest of faces with limpid dark eyes, nicely arched neck and good shoulders, short well covered body, strong rear, lovely size and beautifully marked, should have a bright future. One I could have kidnapped!
2 Taylor’s Rosscrea Broadway Baby
Well marked Blenheim, again another lovely puppy. Richly coloured marked coat, nicely covered body and good bone. Moved well both ways, nice size and didn't stop showing.
3 Inglis’ Craigowl Columbia
Res Tidswell’s Allrena Imogen
VHC Attwood’s Clentview Addiction
Puppy (38, 6)  
1 Hurley’s Hurleaze Out Of The Blue
Very stylish Blenheim in profuse coat for a puppy. Pretty face which exudes femininity. Has a lovely head with pleasing large dark eyes and framed by well feathered ears. Nicely arched neck followed by good shoulders, elegant bitch who moved with style. I was pleased to see she was Res BPIS.
2 Goodwin’s Lanola Salsa
Another lovely puppy, different type to 1. Richly coloured coat, covering a cobby well made body. Good bone, pretty head, well cushioned foreface and good pigment. Moved and showed well.
3 Darley’s Kaidee Toy Story
Res Wiggins’ Trirayne Polly Tician at Whyteplace
VHC Rogerson’s Rabymar Aphrodite
Junior (34, 11)  
1 Conneally’s Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
Well marked Blenheim with a richly coloured coat, excels in head, gorgeous eyes, extremely pretty gentle expression, good positive movement, great pigment both nose and eye rims, very showy bitch.
2 Park’s Keyingham Aphra
Well made Blenheim, nice size, pretty head, well arched neck and good shoulders, good bone and pigment. Just lost out on 1st's showmanship.
3 Hughes’ Loranka's Celestial
Res Martin’s Ttitian Belle de Jour
VHC Ballantine’s Middleshott Victoria
Maiden (20, 3)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens English
Very sound moving Blenheim, in fact the best movement in this class. Good hind action, and also front very true. Excellent head carriage which looked impressive in profile going round, nice size, pleasing expression. Correct head.
2 Park’s Keyingham Cliantha
Pretty Blenheim who showed really well, well marked, nice size, good coat which was well presented.
3 Inglis’ Nevhill's Nicole of Craigowl
Res Parker’s Jordanic Lira
VHC Hughes’ Loranka's Star Surprise
Novice (13, 1)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens English
See 1 in Maiden
2 Towse’s Miletree Enchantment
Beautifully presented, well marked Blenheim, pretty head, expressive eyes, moved with presence keeping a correct tail carriage, good pigment. A very nice bitch.
3 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Fashion
Res Cunningham’s Chamanic Night Shift
VHC Perry’s Rosemonde Indulgence
Graduate (20, 3)  
1 Scott’s Toscam Monte Lucia
A real Toy Spaniel. She has the most stunningly pretty face and expression that to me exudes Cavalier. Enormous dark round eyes with black eye rims and nose pigment. Lovely ear set. Very neat compact body and a profuse coat. Is sound and moved well when settled, she would benefit from being moved on a loose lead. Really feminine, another one I could have taken home.
2 Taylor’s Rosscrea Bedazzled
Well made Blenheim with a richly coloured well presented coat. Moved well both ways keeping level topline, pleasing expression, lovely eyes. Showed with style.
3 Robertson’s Kavacay Spring Faith
Res Searle’s Stonepit Gala JW
VHC Hall’s Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Veteran (9, 1)  
1 Williams’ Droleus That's M'Girl
11 years old, and still has all the attributes of a good show girl. Fabulous eyes with excellent pigment. Well made, strode round the ring moving well, nicely arched neck, well presented coat, well marked. Really enjoying herself and consequently showed really well.
2 Bennett’s Ttenneb Mystic Charm
Well marked Blenheim, again large dark expressive eyes with good pigment. Moved well keeping a good tail carriage.
3 Beattie’s Norwood Daisy Mae of Norcrest
Res Hamill’s Craebeck Satin Rose JW
VHC Jackson’s Faha Freebee To Frondil
Post Grad (29, 3)  
1 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Beautifully marked Tricolour. Pretty head with large dark expressive eyes, perfect head markings with rich tan in all the right places. Nicely crested neck followed by well laid shoulders, short coupled cobby body and well angulated rear. All this giving her a really clean cut outline both standing and on the move. She moved positively both ways and keeping a good topline and head carriage. Her excellent clarity of markings just completes the picture. Impressive Bitch. Reserve CC.
2 Dix’s Downsbank Winter Berries for Beewye JW
Richly coloured Ruby, so sound moving keeping a level topline and good tail carriage, pretty feminine face complete with large dark eyes, good pigment and a well presented coat.
3 Crozier’s Korraines Pirates Gold
Res Jones’ Timsar Miss B'havin
VHC Baillie’s Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Mid Limit (8, 3)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Krystle JW
Real quality Blenheim, very pretty, cheeky feminine head with good pigment, elegant neck and well laid shoulders, short coupled body and strong rear, moved with style covering the ground well.
2 Rollins & Poundford’s Poundroll Ffatall Charm
Neat little Blenheim, sweet expression. Face framed by huge ears, short coupled body, well coated, moved well and didn't stop showing.
3 Waters’ Keyingham Raphaela
Res Hughes’ Loranka's Summerlove
VHC Claydon’s Brymarden Rosetta
Limit (24, 7)  
1 Towse’s Miletree Miesque JW
Blenheim of ideal size, very large limpid eyes, and the correct amount of muzzle, crested neck with well laid shoulders. Short coupled body carrying a richly coloured, well presented coat. Moved with verve keeping a level topline and natural proud head carriage.
2 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Sweet Dream
Blenheim with the most glorious head properties, prettiest expression framed by well set ears. Profuse well marked coat, good topline and tail carriage, well angulated rear. Lovely bone.
3 Waters’ Maibee Softly Softly
Res Claydon’s Brymarden Kirsty Maccoll
VHC Searle’s Stonepit Just A Gem
Spec Limit (B/T or R) (11, 1)  
1 Potter’s Raved About Her At Rheinvelt
Gorgeous Black & Tan with enormous dark eyes of the desired round shape, has just the right amount of cushioning giving a very pretty face with a regal expression. Proud head carriage and moderate neck flowing into good well laid shoulders, especially for such a short coupled body. Has a good front and well angulated rear with plenty of substance for her size. Beautifully presented raven black flowing coat. She was really on her toes today and looked a picture going round. She is a perfect toy size which makes the picture complete. I just loved her. CC
2 Boardman’s Volney Ruby Rosa
Very pretty ruby bitch, expressive large dark eyes, good topline and tail carriage, both standing and on the move. Moved and showed well.
3 Shinnick’s Leelyn Essence
Res Flower’s Anberan Iced Tazo Chai
VHC Martin’s Ttitian Marionnette
Open (6, 1)  
1 Fry & Jackson’s Ch Amantra Madonna
Very showy Blenheim, well cushioned foreface, large eyes and well wet ears, nicely arched neck and well laid shoulders, spirit level topline with good tail set and carriage, moved and showed well with a proud head carriage.
2 Gamble & Name Withheld Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
Sound Black & Tan, pleasing head and very rich tan, good topline, moved well fore and aft.
3 Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Deja Vu
Res Tolworthy's Salinan Something Special

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