Three Counties
Championship Show - 14th June 2005

 
Best of Breed - Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Best Opposite Sex - Lanola Salsa JW

Best Puppy - Leogem Minuet
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mr M Harvey
I was delighted with the quality of my winners in all classes. I found very few bad mouths & also much to my surprise, almost all my entry had really dark eyes, a few could have been larger. l found some very bad movement & I felt that some dogs were not really In show condition.
C.C.
Bubb's
Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
R.C.C.
Baker & Park's
Ch Keyingham Branwell
Best Puppy
Koster's
Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
 
 
 
Minor Puppy
(13 entries)
 
1
Hughes'
Loranka's Enchanting
Most pleasing tri, well marked with good head & dark eyes, excellent reach of neck, well balanced, well proportioned all through with correct bone.
2
Jones'
Droleus That's M'eedan
Blen, well coated, lightly marked, very full head with large eyes. excellent spring of rib, level topline, well turned stifles, promising.
3
Evans & Baldwin's
Svena Hot Toddy
Puppy
(10, 1)
 
1
Koster's
Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
B/T of good type, typical head with large dark eyes, well balanced, lovely flowing action & excellent tail carriage, moved well. BPD.
2
Mynott's
Honeybet My Way
Ruby of most excellent colour with good head & large dark eyes, nicely constructed, well balanced. Not as mature as 1, moved well.
3
Blackburn's
Tanmerack James Stewart With Bekenveldt
Junior
(17, 2)
 
1
Coaker's
Ttitian Puppeteer Of Homerbrent
Ruby, full of quality, pleasing head with excellent reach of neck, good shoulders, level topline, strong quarters, little lacking in coat but has a great future, moved with drive.
2
Robertson's
Kavacay Magic Star
Blen, lovely well cushioned head, pleasing expression with large dark eyes, well marked, level topline, well presented & showed well.
3
Hughes'
Loranka's Party Games
Yearling
(13, 2)
 
1
Barker's
Kaishmar Cool Hand Luke
Handsome blen with pleasing head & good expression, well marked, very mature in excellent coat, very sound all through, good positive movement, well presented.
2
Shinnick's
Leelyn Kameron
B/T with excellent head, would have preferred a darker eye, well developed in excellent coat, moved well.
3
Wiggins'
Whyteplace Nathan
Post Graduate
(20)
 
1
 Maclaine's
Lochbuie Billy Elliot
Blen, typical head, dark eyes, excellent pigment, good reach of neck, well laid shoulders, well balanced with good turn of stifle, moved well.
2
Li's
Avalcier Alessandro JW
Blen, correct head, good front, level topline, well proportioned, nice type in lovely coat, would prefer richer colour.
3
Hughes'
Loranka's Dreamed A Dream
Mid Limit
(9, 3)
 
1
Costello's
Beauella Radzinski JW
Glamorous well marked blen with excellent reach of neck, good shoulders, level topline, outstanding movement, excellent tall carriage.
2
Lymer's
Lymrey Hi Command
Quality blen, gorgeous head, large dark eyes, level topline, good bone, rather longer cast than my ideal.
3
Wiggins'
Whyteplace After Midnight Sh CM
Limit
(15, 5)
 
1
Hughes'
Loranka's Jubilation
Handsome blen, nice head with large dark expressive eyes, good spring of rib & short coupled, strong hindquarters, very nice type, moved soundly.
2
Rix & Berry's
Ricksbury Royal Hero JW
Blen, attractive head, lovely dark eyes & pigment, well placed shoulders, compact, have always liked him but maybe not giving his best today.
3
Cole's
Darozel De Montaya At Christobeth
Open
(6)
 
1
Bubb's
Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Very handsome blen of wonderful type all through, correct head, well carried large dark eyes, lovely soft expression, excellent shoulders, good firm body, good turn of stifle, lovely coat in perfect condition, moved with drive & a wonderful perfect condition, he moved with drive & a wonderful presence, he is probably now at his best & he is truly a typical Cavalier. CC & with my co-judge BOB.
2
Baker & Park's
Ch Keyingham Branwell
Blen, heavily marked but full of quality, good head with large dark expressive eyes, pigment excellent, well balanced all through, real showman & worthy Ch. RCC.
3
Hughes'
Loranka's Starstealer
   
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Bitches Mr P Follows
A lovely entry awaited me and I was pleased with all my upper line ups that showed true type, construction and femininity that I feel is so important for that soft effect that our bitches should possess.
I was shocked to see so many with poor movement, wide fronts, close behinds and poor toplines, and some pretty headed girls were penalised for this, some showing all three faults. I even had to compromise with some to maintain type. There were some bad mouths as well. What was even more surprising was that some showing these faults have been winning, I think we need to be honest with ourselves, and consider should I really be showing this dog.
Finally can we please stop the increasing practice of stringing the poor dog up by the neck when walking him or her, they should be shown on a loose lead, they look so much better walking when they can feel the ground with their front legs. I asked a few exhibitors to show on a looser lead and clearly they had not been trained to do so as it just could not be done the dog was not used to it. Cavaliers are not terriers and we continue this practice to the detriment of seeing cavaliers naturally walking well with happy wagging tails. Stop it before every new exhibitor adopts the practice, it was never like that.
I agreed with my co judge that the dog whom I had awarded a Res CC last year to, should be best of breed. He looked so well and balanced in the challenge whereas my winner just flagged a little, but they looked very typy together as they moved around the ring. We also agreed that the bitch should be Best Puppy.
C.C.
Goodwin's
Lanola Salsa JW
R.C.C.
Parker's
Jordanic Lira
Best Puppy
Homes'
Leogem Minuet
 
 
 
Minor Puppy
(23 Entries, 8 Absent)
 
1
Walton's
Underknoll J'adore
Lovely sweet Blen of just 6 months, nice shape, delightful head, soft expression, good dark eyes, plenty of neck, sound in bone. So very feminine and moved well holding head up with good topline and movement both fore and aft. One of promise for the future.
2
Inglis'
Craigowl Vivienne
A stunning tri of such quality. Attractive head, lovely dark eyes, nice reach of neck and placed shoulders, compact and so sound in bone, well broken coat, moved well.
3
Hill & Webber's
Montcolly Liccy
Sweet tri baby of just 6 months, nicely marked, darkest of eye's lovely bone plenty of angulation and cobby construction, brightest of tan, moved well.
Puppy
(16, 3)
 
1
Homes'
Leogem Minuet
A superb blen girl who just oozes quality, lovely balanced head, large dark eyes of correct shape, lovely soft gentle expression, nicely cushioned set on a good neck, well ribbed and balanced throughout. Moved with effortless grace when she decided to lift her head. Best Puppy Bitch and with the agreement of my co-judge Best Puppy in Breed
2
Mann's
Toshini Glovanna At Lyndabelle
Another nice girl of 9 months, superb head the best in this class, beautiful dark eyes and sweetest expression, lovely construction deep coloured coat in lovely condition. Movement was just a little loose today but will tighten I hope with maturity.
3
Maclaine's
Pennygown Regatta
Another lovely headed lady with the very feminine expression Soundly put together, moved with plenty of free flowing drive.
Junior
(20, 3)
 
1
Boardman's
Volney April Love
Cobby blen, classic head with spot, well shaped, darkest correct shaped eyes giving the sweetest expression. She is so sound in bone and construction and a joy to go over on the table. Well sprung ribs, muscled, in good condition, moved so soundly around the ring. A real quality lady.
2
Barker's
 Kaishmar Cara Mia Mine
Another superb blen lady who just charms you with her personality. So feminine in all respects and blessed with the most profuse coat in excellent condition which is a credit to here owner. Pleasing head with lovely dark eyes, soundly made and moved with effortless drive around the ring.
3
Turner's
Shalot Beguiled
This finishes a lovely trio of blen ladies. Expressive head of correct proportions, sound in bone and well put together. Deep rich colour, moved well and balanced around the ring.
Yearling
(15, 1)
 
1
Goodwin's
Lanola Salsa JW
This lady has so much quality and presence about here. From the moment I notice her in the ring, then on the move and table inspection she just impressed me more and more. Classic head so well proportioned, nicely cushioned, superb large dark eyes that melt you with her angelique expression and that was something I do look for in a bitch. Excellent bone, sound in construction, lovely reach of neck let into well sprung ribs, totally balanced both standing and on the move. Moved so well both fore and aft and showing a lovely topline. CC Just flagged a little in the challenge for BOB.
2
Shail's
Rossbonny Molly Malone JW
A petite compact girl, lovely head and eyes, felt so sound on the table with lovely angulation and good fore and rear quarters . On the move had superb balance strutting around the ring. Profuse coat finished off her picture.
3
Hill & Webber's
Montcolly Bassey
An eye catching Black/Tan lovely expressive feminine head, darkest eyes, well set on ears and excellent pigment. So well put together moved well. Raven black coat in good condition with bright tan to finish the picture off.
Post Graduate
(18, 3)
 
1
Inglis'
Craigowl Bilberry
A real lively tri lady, almost effervescent in her character, quite a handful for her owner I'm sure but she is pure quality. Pleasing head, blackest pigment lovely dark eyes. On table inspection she just impressed, lovely angulation, good bone sound as a bell and just showed off all her qualities. Showed for all her worth and moved effortlessly around the ring showing a lovely topline.
2
Townsend's
Ricksbury Madame Rochas
The other decent mover in this class. Pleasing head, well proportioned, nice eyes and well set on ears, plenty of neck let into a well balanced body, soundness throughout. Moved well with good tail carriage.
3
Connor's
Hillrows Magnolia For Gadeslain JW
Expressive head of classic style, lovely sound body well put together just moved close behind which is a shame as she is quality.
Mid Limit
(12, 3)
The weakest class of the day
1
Sansom's
Byermoor Queens English JW
Pleasant headed blen that needs time to fill out in the face to complete her picture. Black pigment and well put together. Deep rich chestnut moved well on the go showing a good topline and tail carriage.
2
Godwin's
Simpatico Pure Genius
Pleasing head with a nice eye and expression helped by well set on ears, very happy showgirl who showed off her outline to good effect with long neck and good shoulders. Coat a bit flyaway but she has the brightest of tan markings.
3
Robertson's
Kavacay Spring Faith
Nice pleasant blen with spot, paler than 1, good pigment, nicely put together showing lovely angulation, neck and shoulders, moved well.
Limit
(13, 1)
 
1
Parker's
Jordanic Lira
This superb lady has everything I look for in a Cavalier. The most appealing of heads with the softest expression plus the treasured spot, created by the darkest and largest of eyes, perfectly positioned and proportioned, well set on ears of good length set on a fine neck connected to sound forequarters with plenty of angulation elsewhere as well. In great condition with coat fine and well conditioned which gave her the flowing ease of movement as she strode around the ring, it was a pleasure to see. I notice she has two tickets already and I'm sure her third is not far away for she is just pure quality. Close to awarding her the CC but on the day I felt the winner moved a shade better, I'm sure on another occasion the positions will be reversed, I certainly hope so for she deserves her title. RES CC
2
Dale's
Maratim Magic Ring
Another quality girl who possesses so many of the attributes the winner has, it was clearly a choice between these two only. Great head with such a lovely melting expression, superb dark eyes nicely proportioned head. Soundly put together it was a pleasure to go over her on the table and then on the move she just ate the ring up with her positive striding movement. A quality bitch.
3
Inglis'
Craigowl Columbia
A stunning eye catching tri that needs a little more coat to finish the picture. Lovely head, the darkest of eyes lovely gentle expression. Has a superb little body so soundly put together which showed in her movement, effortless and with ease.
Open
(13, 2)
 
1
Gamble & Name Withheld
Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
Stunning headed Black/Tan with a lovely expression. The most liquid dark eyes, blackest pigment so very necessary in this colour in particular, head of good proportion, deepest black raven coat in excellent condition. Moved like a dream certainly the best mover in this class. Considered for CC but I felt the two eventual winners were a shade more feminine in their expressions. That said, as I understand with two tickets to her name she deserves her title and I hope it will not be too far away.
2
Hughes'
Loranka's Summer Love
Close up to one but just did not seem too happy today and therefore did not show of her attributes to good effect. Which she most certainly has. Lovely head with nice expression, large dark eyes with a superb little body that's so well put together. Lovely bone with plenty of angulation, strode around the ring showing off her qualities but just did not seem to have any sparkle today.
3
Claydon's
Brymarden Rosetta
Pleasing blen, nice head and expression with spot, solidly put together with good bone plenty of angulation and ding dong sound. Drove around the ring with the least of effort, a true quality lady.

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