Birmingham Dog Show Society
Championship Show - 7th May 2005

Best of Breed - Ch Keyingham Branwell
Best Opposite Sex - Wandris Pantomime

Best Puppy - Stonepit Tarquin
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mrs J Blamires
C.C. Baker & Park's Ch Keyingham Branwell
R.C.C. Inglis' Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Best Puppy Searle's Stonepit Tarquin
I was delighted with my entry & thank all who allowed me the pleasure of going over some lovely dogs The principle winners I thought were of outstanding quality and this promises to secure a bright future for this charming breed. If had to make an adverse comment It would be that a number of exhibits displayed gay tails and this tends to distract from the general outline of the dog when on the move.
Minor Puppy (17 Entries, 4 Absent)  
1 Searle’s Stonepit Tarquin
Very elegant puppy with the sweetest of expressions, large dark eyes & pigment, showed his good reach of neck & shoulders, well broken colours with the deepest of chestnut markings on pearly white, moved with drive & confidence, must have a bright future. BP
2 Li’s Avalcier Manhattan
Attractive puppy, showed his assets to great advantage & holding a level topline & correct tall carriage while on the move.
3 Attwood’s Clentview Adonis
Res Loynd’s Crimbledale Cotton Trader
VHC Steel’s Behabre Miyaki Magic
Puppy (13, 4)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
Striking ruby with lots to offer, stood out in this class, clean outline, so well put together, balanced head, good ear placement framing a masculine face, well developed body & rib, moved with drive holding a level topline at all times, pushed hard for BPD
2 Koster’s Dortmund Take A Chance
Immaculately presented b/t, well placed ears framing a masculine head, rich tan markings, straight front & good rear angulation.
3 Blackburn’s Tanmerack James Stewart with Bekenveldt
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Jimmy Bean
VHC Mackenzie’s Wendavia Charlie Comet
Junior (16, 3)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Party Games
The type & consistency in style of the exhibits from this well known kennel was a delight to see & this young blen dog was no exception, excelling in skull, balanced head proportions, large dark eyes & pigment, arched neck into good shoulder placement & straight front, well developed rib & loin, handled beautifully on the table.
2 Claydon’s Brymarden Montana JW
Mature dog carrying a wealth of silky textured coat, carried himself with great dignity showing a pleasing outline on the move.
3 Salisbury’s Clopsville Tokyo Joe
Res Hawes’ Kersmere Charmer
VHC Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Top of The Bill
Yearling (15, 3)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Command JW
Well broken blen, beautifully balanced overall, moved truly with drive, just flowed around the ring enjoying his day, classic head, well marked, large melting eyes, well developed padding & correct bite, good bone, well rounded rib, stood foursquare.
2 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Lachie JW
Pleasing young dog with lots to like & carrying an immaculately presented coat of correct texture & colours, close decision but just preferred the head of 1.
3 Shinnick’s Leelyn Kameron
Res Loades’ Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
VHC Stevens’ Kilnshena Impresario
Maiden (6, 2)  
1 Robertson’s Kavacay Magic Star
Compact blen dog, well marked, flat skull with correctly set ears, moved with style showing a clean outline, nicely developed ribcage, well turned stifle.
2 Loades’ Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
Nicely coated ruby, pleasing head, soft expression, well cushioned, good front, moved with drive.
3 Higgins’ Granasil My Name's Bond at Leybourne
Res Long’s Sandbrae Blackrock
Novice (8, 1)  
1 Koster’s Harana Ted Baker
This b/t boy took my eye straight away, long silky ears framing a well balanced head & muzzle with the largest of dark eyes, good reach of neck & shoulder, moved effortlessly showing a clean outline.
2 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Class
Quality blen, well balanced head & markings, straight front, pleasing lay of shoulder, nicely bodied, good bone, steady on the move.
3 Hawes’ Kersmere Charmer
Res Gardiner & Dansage’s Deranmar Merryon at Edonhill
VHC Gaskell’s Jeilohn Edric
Under Graduate (10, 3)  
1 Costello’s Beauella Radzinski JW
Close decision here but preferred the overall balance & outline of 1, well set long silky ears, large dark eyes, well filled muzzle, short coupled, moved smartly with drive making use of all the ring.
2 Allerton’s Kavacay Magic Dream at Deeriem
Lovely blen, never stopped showing, very animated, masculine head, good length of neck, firm body, strode out with style.
3 Bradbury’s Lymrey Hi Voltage
Res Glen’s Sandbrae Red Alert
VHC Davies & Williams’ Flossybrook Touch of Magic in Bowcara
Graduate (15, 1)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Stanley
Very stylish b/t, immaculately presented shining coat, could not ignore his presence in the ring, full of confidence, lovely to go over on the table, delightful head, long silky ears, sound body, moved positively.
2 Baker’s Nevhill's Navarra
Well broken tri displaying good head markings, glamorous coat of silky texture, very compact, well sprung ribs, nice turn of stifle giving plenty of drive when on the move.
3 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent JW Sh.CM
Res Collinson & Jones’ Delhaze Earl Grey
VHC Morelli’s Chantimere Wizards Delite at Hillcave
Post Graduate (26, 7)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Dreamed A Dream
And a dream he was, delightful head & the softest of expressions, well defined rich tan markings on a pearly white ground, large dark eyes, plenty of cushioning, good length of neck giving an elegant outline on the move, short cobby body, lovely size, strong contender for top honours, must achieve top placings in the future.
2 Rogerson’s Rabymar Apollo
Appealing b/t, very glamorous, nicely balanced head with rich tan markings, plenty of coat, immaculately presented, good front assembly moved out with drive & confidence.
3 Jackson’s Frondil Foenix
Res Green’s Catemmsal Sunset
VHC King-Smith’s Ispahan Galileo JW
Mid Limit (13, 5)  
1 Maclaine’s Lochbuie Billy Elliot
Liked his size & overall appearance, lovely temperament, quality coat well broken, masculine head with lozenge, large dark eyes giving gentle expression, cobby body, level topline.
2 Collinson & Jones’ Delhaze Nevada
This blen boy carried rich chestnut markings, good pigment, correct dentition, well cushioned muzzle, deep chest, good reach in front movement.
3 Egan’s Robrook Lewis Carroll
Res Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Brian
VHC Waddington’s Spindlepoint Chancellor JW Sh.CM
Limit (19, 3)  
1 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Hero JW
Glamorous blen boy with lots on offer, long silky ears & coat, lovely dark eyes & pigment, correct bite, well placed shoulders, short coupled, good bone, stylish mover, correct tail carriage.
2 Salisbury’s Clopsville Jack Daniels
Liked this b/t a lot, so compact in body, pleasing overall size, expressive dark eyes, well balanced muzzle, deep chest & straight front, plenty of feathering completing a well presented coat of silky texture.
3 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael JW
Res Firth’s Firnick Paris
VHC Sheard & Price’s Almondene Endeavour
Open (7, 1)  
1 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
There has been a lot written about the attributes of this blen dog which are so apparent when meeting him in the flesh for the first time, he exudes quality in all departments, mature head but not overdone, darkest of eyes & pigment, correct dentition, lovely arch to neck into well laid shoulders, well developed rib & turn of stifle, correct tail carriage, his movement left nothing to be desired, overall the epitome of a toy spaniel looked at from every angle. CC, BOB & G4.
2 Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Perhaps lacking a little in coat but a tri of outstanding qualities, such an appealing head & expression, full of type & style, arched neck, good shoulder placement, level topline kept on the move, moved around the ring effortlessly, when stood his clean profile could not be ignored. RCC.
3 Hughes’ Loranka's Jubilation
Res Eyre’s Newroyds Lord of The Rings
VHC Jackson’s Frondil Foenix
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Bitches Mrs G J Lilley
Having been somewhat critical of the dogs so recently at Midland Counties, it was a revelation to find so many glorious bitches with good shoulders, and given the intense quality in the youngsters, the future of the breed looks decidedly rosy. Feet in the main were excellent with marvellous happy friendly, temperaments and superb presentation but, on the down side, there were many toeing in in front, sometimes on one leg, sometimes both. There are still, and seemingly inevitably, a number with gay tails and, however good the rest of the conformation may be, this is so very obviously untypical. I was thrilled with the vast majority of these bitches and their equally happy, sporting exhibitors
C.C. Bubb's Wandris Pantomime
R.C.C. Hill & Weber's Montcolly Bassey
Best Puppy Tidswell’s Allrena Ellie Mae
Minor Puppy (25 Entries, 7 Absent) A truly fabulous class of beautifully made babies, who were simply a joy to judge and it was hard not to be able to place them all!.
1 Axford’s Aspencot Catherine Wheel
Very feminine well balanced Blen with spot, super showgirl yet only just six months and two days! Her confirmation is of the best, which was reflected in her ultra sound free movement. Lovely outline both standing and on the move, dark expressive eyes, scored on her excellent mouth, good topline and pigment. A touch immature in head as yet but she has lots of time in hand. Most exciting.
2 Paterson’s Phrenchy Pollyanna NAF
Well broken Blen, full of fun, lovely dark eyes and pigment, she has the sort of expression that makes you want to smile. Super mover with great length of stride.
3 Searle's Stonepit Gigi
Well proportioned Blen with lovely head, just a little shorter in stride than those above. Good for type and size.
Res Hughes’ Loranka's Heavenly Bliss
VHC Darley’s Kaidee Kalenda Girl
Puppy (16, 5)  
1 Tidswell’s Allrena Ellie Mae
Very lovely Blen, my winner to start with and this was confirmed on the table as she is a pleasure to handle, being well made all through. with firm front and well laid shoulder.. Super free sound mover with excellent topline and tailset. Happy, waggy personality, beautiful dark pigment and eyes. Just scored on coat and obvious maturity to go BPB
2 Costello’s Beauella Kaotica
Well marked happy Tri who too was beautifully made and an excellent mover with good layback of shoulder and darkest of pigment and eye.. Excellent for type and balance.
3 Collins’ Ashtelle Flaming Star
Blen with lovely head and expression, can still firm a touch in front
Res Blackburn’s Bekenveldt Waltzin Matilda
VHC Mackenzie’s Rosatalur Vivashus
Junior (21, 7)  
1 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Bassey
Gorgeous B/T with lovely head and dark expressive eyes. So well made all through with good layback of shoulder and firm body with all the parts fitting neatly into the right place. On the move she is simply breathtaking being ultra sound with such a superb length of stride. Her future must surely be golden. RCC
2 Tidswell’s Allrena Annaliese
Lovely for size and balance with well broken coat. Thought I was doing a 'double take' as this happy typey Blen was so very similar to the Puppy winner and virtually the same remarks apply. Gathered later that they are litter sisters
3 Stark’s Tayfern Gossamer Wings
Elegant Blen with lovely dark eyes and generous feminine head, so well made all through with good layback of shoulder. Lovely for size, type, make, shape and coat with well set and carried tail. Very accurate and steady on the move, doing precisely what was asked of her but nothing more.
Res Allerton’s Karabel Klassic for Deeriem
VHC Barker’s Kaishmar Cara Mia Mine
Yearling (15, 3)  
1 Goodwin’s Lanola Salsa JW
Pretty Blen with dark expressive eyes, super sound mover with well laid shoulder, a joy to handle as she is so beautifully made all through. Scored on her well set and carried tail.
2 Inglis’ Craigowl Bilberry
Good looking Tri, most lovely head and expression with the darkest of eye and pigment. Full of herself and a super mover, just a mite overenthusiastic with her tail.
3 Smith’s Beaudale Velvet Sky
B/T lovely for size, type and balance. A very good mover who was so happy on the floor, just needs to build up her confidence being handled.
Res Robertson’s Barenton Morning Star
VHC Ryan’s Rymanov Rosie Ribbons
Maiden (16, 4)  
1 Smith’s Beaudale Quite Contrary
Richly coloured Ruby of beautiful proportions, lovely for size and type. Super sound and positive on the move reflecting the excellence of her confirmation with well laid shoulder. Not a lot of coat currently but what she had was of good silky texture.
2 Mynott’s Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
Beautiful Tri with well broken coat and glamorous fringes who, once she had overcome a slight initial reluctance, moved very well.
3 Stocks’ Firnick Agatha Christie
B/T with good layback of shoulder who, too, moved well, very friendly, happy and eager to please.
Res Vout’s Touvas Morning Magic
VHC Robertson’s Barenton Savannah
Novice (7, 1)  
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Moon River JW
Richly marked Blen, happily wagging personality, darkest of eye and pigment, very good mover, just a touch proud of her tail at times.
2 Williams’ Kinvaar Knowing Johnasta
Well balanced lightly marked Blen with well set and carried tail, sound and steady on the move.
3 Mann’s Lyndabelle Emerald
Tri with lovely long ear fringes and good dark pigment. Well laid shoulder, she moved extremely well, only lacking in maturity to those above.
Res Vout’s Touvas Magic Charm
VHC Antoniazzi’s Littlemeads Moon Struck
Under Graduate (9, 3)  
1 Bloomfield’s Oaklake Debbie Harry
Blen. in splendid coat and condition with dark expressive eye, scored on pigment, beautifully marked with good layback of shoulder. Moved well behind.
2 Connor’s Hillrows Magnolia for Gadeslain JW
Well balanced Blen with good layback of shoulder, well broken coat and constantly wagging tail, moved well behind, scored on mouth
3 Mann’s Lyndabelle Emerald
See Novice
Res Smith’s Miskhill Lisa Marie
VHC Shail’s Rossbonny Molly Malone
Graduate (5, 0) An all Blenheim class
1 Baillie’s Cavallino Magic Moments
Beautiful head and expression with the darkest of eyes. Lovely topline and tailset, excellent shoulder. Just scored on balance.
2 Taylor’s Rosscrea Broadway Baby
A very good mover who just needs a little extra confidence on the table.
3 Hall’s Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Happy personality with the most glamorous ear fringes, well balanced, can still firm a touch in front.
Res Rennard’s Deranmar Amelie
VHC Weston & Johnson’s Novalba Money Spinner at Ecotyne
Post Graduate (20, 5)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens English JW
Ultra glamorous richly marked Blen, lovely size and type and such a good mover, reflecting the excellence of her confirmation. Most intelligent expression, darkest of eye and pigment. Close up to the big green edged cards
2 Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Dancing Flame
Such a good looking ruby, well balanced, she moved beautifully, super for size and type, well made all through. She had everything but coat!
3 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Chantel
Glorious head and expression, so very feminine with lovely well broken Blen coat and excellent pigment, beautiful outline and balance. Typey and chock full of quality. Moved well behind and in profile.
Res Antoniazzi’s Littlemeads High Society
VHC Robertson’s Kavacay Spring Faith
Mid Limit (8, 2)  
1 Taylor’s Florindale Touch of Black for Kemble
B/T with good topline, where she scored, and well laid shoulder. She moved beautifully. Generous head, good pigment.
2 Bloomfield’s Geronsart Victoriana of Oaklake
Blen with good layback of shoulder, moving well behind but could be a little firmer in front
3 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Well balanced Tri with dark eye and pigment, who moved well.
Res Lowe’s Alawago Diamond Magic
VHC Bacon’s Rabymar Modern Millie of Timbric
Limit (12, 0)  
1 Bubb’s Wandris Pantomime
This lovely Blen was my winner from the moment she put an elegant paw into the ring and I found nothing to change this opinion. So very feminine and full of quality, super for size, type, make and shape, well broken markings, excellent pigment and darkest of eye. Beautifully constructed, in good coat and condition, a happy willing showgirl who simply flowed round the ring with her ultra sound effortless movement, reaching out in profile. CC which, I gather, is her well deserved third. I just preferred her balance to that of the albeit very lovely, beautifully coated dog so my co-judge, Janet Blamires, and I most amicably agreed to disagree. Referee Rita Morgan finally gave the nod to the dog to whom, I was delighted to see, she later awarded G4.
2 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity JW
A name to conjure with and it suits her! Utterly charming small Blen with spot and such glamorous ears. Well made all through with good layback of shoulder. Willing, sound and positive on the move.
3 Loynd’s Twoacres Carol Singer
Very sound, honest ruby with well laid shoulder and a very good mover. Not currently in the fullest of coats.
Res Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Falutin
VHC Perry’s Rosemonde Indulgence
Open (12, 0) A very difficult class with a number of otherwise beautiful bitches choosing to fling their tails and fronts all over the place. Maybe they were cold or tired?
1 Grant’s Granasil Winter Star
Nothing to hide on this lovely Ruby. She has a good layback of shoulder, beautiful head and expression, excellent outline and balance, in hard muscular condition, scoring on her tail set and carriage. The excellence of her confirmation was reflected in her ultra sound movement. Unfortunately her coat was virtually non existent!
2 Hughes’ Loranka's Celebration Time
Blenheim with spot, beautiful head and expression, dark eye and pigment, who also moved superbly. Her well broken coat was glorious and far superior to that of the winner. She too has a well laid shoulder, just a little over enthusiastic with her tail at times.
3 Hilliker’s Hillrows Maybe Baby
Happy Blen, with well set and carried tail. She moved well, just not quite as positive in front as those above.
Res Antoniazzi’s Littlemeads High Society
VHC Matthews’ Ronmal Love In A Mist

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