Border Union
Championship Show - 19th June 2005

 
Best of Breed - Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Best Opposite Sex - Timsar Miss B'Havin

Best Puppy - Craigowl Vivienne
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mrs M McFarlane
We were all so sorry that Caroline was unable to judge - everyone wishes her a speedy recovery.
C.C.
Inglis'
Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
R.C.C.
Baker & Park's
Ch Keyingham Branwell
Best Puppy
Paterson’s
Phrenchy Bill Cody
 
 
 
Minor Puppy (10 Entries, 2 Absent)  
1 Paterson’s Phrenchy Bill Cody
7 months richly marked Blenheim. An attractive head with dark eyes and good pigment, short coupled body with good angulation, topline was firm and held at all times, movement was free and easy, confidence belies his tender age. BPD
2 Inglis’ Craigowl Garrick
9 month Blenheim. Appealing head with lovely eyes and strong pigment, nicely arched neck with good shoulder placement, clean cut outline, positive, steady movement.
3 Bayliss’ Castlewytch Zinfandel
Res Grant’s Cavallino Dante of Rothes NAF
VHC Smith’s Beaudale Carnelian
Puppy (6, 0)  
1 Koster’s Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
10 month B/T with gentle expression, large dark eyes and rich tan markings. A lot to like in this youngster, good bone with plenty angulation, movement was fluent, just carrying a little too much condition.
2 Baillie’s Cavallino Ricardo
A promising Blenheim puppy with lovely generous head, large dark eyes, well set ears, rich tan markings, good bone and angulation, moved well and happily.
3 Waddington’s Spindlepoint John Peel
Res Searle’s Stonepit Tarquin
VHC Steel’s Behabre Miyaki
Junior (7, 3)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
Striking Ruby, lovely dark expressive eyes, excellent pigment, straight front, well arched neck, good angles, excelled in overall shape and free movement.
2 Spark’s Hazeldene Toffee at Sharvo
Compact B/T. Lovely head with pleasing expression, well put together, good bone with plenty of angulation, there is a lot to like about him but was flagging in the heat.
3 Gaskell’s Jeilohn Edric
Res Armitt’s Brasingamen Fire Opal
Yearling (8, 0)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Pancho
Quality Blenheim with gorgeous head and expression, large lustrous eyes, straight front, good spring of rib, moved out well, showing a good topline, ideal size, a very attractive dog.
2 Hunter’s Spennithorne Justin Thyme
Blenheim with lots of attributes, pleasing head, soft expression, lovely eyes and strong pigment, clean cut outline, a well balanced dog.
3 Mochrie’s Chamanic Voltaire at Downsbank
Res Morse & Henderson’s Harana Starsailor
VHC Willey & Siddle’s Penemma Pan Pipe
Novice (5, 2)  
1 Koster’s Harana Ted Baker
Eye catching B/T, long silky ears framed a very attractive head with darkest of eyes, good reach of neck and spring of rib, moved effortlessly showing a clean outline.
2 Gaskell’s Jeilohn Edric
Well broken Tri with strong tan, pleasing well proportioned head, good neck, excels in overall movement.
3 Armitt’s Brasingamen Fire Opal
Res Bright’s Lorphil Lord Benjamin
Graduate (10, 0)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Stanley
Stylish B/T. Charming head, arched neck, correct coat texture of immaculate presentation. A lovely confident character whose movement was smart with real drive.
2 Korn’s Sandusk Monterey JW
Blenheim with such an attractive head of correct proportions, pleasing masculine expression, lovely eyes and dark pigment, good shape standing and moved soundly
3 Baillie’s Frynrose Lachie
Res Letham’s Patras Fhidhleir at Blairburn
VHC Collinson & Jones’ Delhaze Earl Grey
Post Graduate (15, 1)  
1 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent JW SHCM
Blenheim of good type, balanced head markings with spot, generous masculine expression, good shoulders, excellent rib, compact and short coupled, moved out well.
2 Baker’s Nevhill's Navarra
Appealing outgoing Tri, lovely eyes and dark pigment, arched neck, straight front, holding his topline on the move and standing.
3 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Command JW
Res Willey & Siddle’s Penemma Harry Potter
VHC Sloan’s Lyndabelle Louis at Turretbank
Mid Limit (9, 2)  
1 Lamont’s Moorfields Sans Limites
Elegant well broken Tri with well defined rich tan markings, large dark eyes, plenty of cushioning, good length of neck, compact and short coupled, delight to see him cover the ground.
2 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Brian
Impressive Ruby with silky coat of correct texture, attractive head and expression, arched neck, good shoulders and correct angles, moved well, showing a clean outline.
3 Boardman’s Volney Super Sleuth JW
Res Bloice’s Scotlass The Laird JW
VHC Craig’s Ebonleigh Jolly Jasper
Limit (10, 0)  
1 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Hero JW
Glamorous Blenheim with so much to like about him, long silky ears and coat, lustrous eyes and dark pigment, compact body, well placed shoulders, stylish mover, with good topline and correct tail carriage, so sound.
2 Lewis’ Hurleaze Party Time
Was greatly drawn to this attractive Blenheim of such good type, a head that was well cushioned, dark expressive eyes, good length of neck and lay of shoulder, clean outline, free and easy movement.
3 Gow’s Lyncraeg Daydream JW SHCM
Res Crane’s Cranvarl Royal Clansman
VHC Sheard & Price’s Almondene Endeavour
Open (7, 1)  
1 Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Outstanding Tri who exudes quality, such an appealing head and expression, crested neck, outstanding topline and tail carriage, perfect conformation, left nothing to be desired as he flowed round the ring. My co-judge had already fallen for his charms and was in complete agreement. CC. BOB. G3
2 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
Glamorous richly marked Blenheim whom I have always admired, loved his exuberant personality, he is another that is sound in every department and has that extra style that puts him into that select league. RCC
3 Lamont’s Allegra Hundertwasser Von Moorfields (Imp)
Res Lunam’s Mellow Moment with Flossybrook
VHC Bloice’s Scotlass Harrison JW

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Bitches Miss Lindsey Rennard
Many thanks to my stewards, Des Jenkins & Carol Baldrey, for their efficiency and support, and to the society for their hospitality.
C.C.
Jones'
Timsar Miss B'Havin
R.C.C.
Goodwin’s
Lanola Salsa JW
Best Puppy
Inglis'
Craigowl Vivienne
 
 
 
Minor Puppy (17 Entries, 2 Absent) A nice class of puppies who ranged from very raw to very finished, so was very difficult to sort out - the top 5 were pretty even & likely to swap in the future.
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Vivienne
Mature compact well marked tricolour with lots of coat, good spring of rib, eye catching and full of character. She took a while to settle but when she did her good shape, with good angulation at both ends was apparent. Moved well, pretty head & expression. Best Puppy in Breed.
2 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens Evidence
Dainty little short coupled Blenheim with clean cut elegant lines, good topline and angulation. Showed well and has lots of promise, I suspect she will be a favourite of mine when she matures, but today she looked a little insubstantial at first as she had got wet in the grass and her head needs time; however her showmanship and potential still shone through.
3 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Liccy
Very promising well marked tricolour baby, small, short and well made with an endearing character and expression, sparkling character. I thought she would be my winner at first, but her puppy enthusiasm on the move impacted negatively on her front movement but sure this will tighten up. A really nice puppy of good type.
Res Coaker’s Homerbrent Bliss
VHC Bartlett’s Korolevsky Zviozhdochka
Puppy (8, 2)  
1 Lewis’ Leelyn Dixie Boo
Mature black/tan with a gorgeous head & melting expression, large, lovely eyes. Showed well with lots of oomph, straight shiny coat, with a crisp clean cut outline and level topline.
2 Crozier’s Korraines Making Waves
Small compact well marked blenheim - rich chestnut and sparkling white - of good type, showy with lots to like about her. A close decision, just preferred the head of the winner.
3 Waddington’s Spindlepoint Grace Darling
This is a nice puppy who if only she would behave herself a little more instead of letting her exuberance get the better of her would have done a lot better as when she finally settled it was briefly clear she was a well made stylish puppy with lots of scope. Needs to "drop" into her frame but typical for her age
Res Searle’s Stonepit Gigi
VHC Morse & Henderson’s Dortmund Matmor By Design
Junior (9, 4)  
1 Boardman’s Volney April Love
This was a very nice Blenheim bitch, small and elegant, excellent type and shape, well angulated at both ends with good bone and excellent movement - very sound. Very sweet head & expression, I liked her a lot. She was in the final 4 for the CC; showed very well in her class with an endearing character but flagged a little in the heat for the challenge.
2 Turnbull’s Middleshot Miss B Having
Glamorous Blenheim with a lot of coat, larger than I like, stylish with a pretty expression.
3 Sutherland’s Beaudale Whoops A Daisy Ebonleigh
Very sound little rich coloured ruby with a very good topline and tailset. A little short in the nose for me.
Res Heath’s Breidden Lovestruck
VHC Grant’s Rothes Tommy Girl
Yearling (9, 0) Difficult class to judge, headed by 3 nice bitches all of different type
1 Goodwin’s Lanola Salsa JW
A lovely Blenheim bitch with an attractive head and gorgeous expression - large dark eyes with black eye rims, very open, honest and endearing. Good shape, well angulated & good spring of rib. Well marked, with sparkling white. Showed well, particularly in the heat of the challenge. A bitch I admire greatly, but is a slightly larger type than I like. Reserve C.C.
2 Inglis’ Craigowl Bilberry
Tricolour who is well made and elegant with clean cut lines. Straight shiny coat and an attractive head and expression, with large dark eyes. Impressive in neck, shoulders and topline. Showed well.
3 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Bassey
I liked this black/tan a lot & surprised myself by only placing her third. Gorgeous head & expression, a lot of straight, shiny coat, and very sound. Did not have the neck & shoulders of the two above her.
Res Hindle’s Ellisiana Shan Tung
VHC Town’s Judyland Melissa at Barsac
Novice (7, 3)  
1 Smith’s Beaudale Quite Contrary
Sound stylish little ruby, clean cut elegant lines, sound as a bell (difficult to find today) with an excellent topline and tailset. Richly coloured & showed well.
2 Crozier’s Korraines Surfing
Promising little Blenheim puppy of 9 months, very cleanly marked with rich chestnut & sparkling white, clean cut clines, small and square, showed well.
3 Mynott’s Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
Well coated tricolour who presented an attractive overall picture but was slightly heavier than I like.
Res Beattie’s Evonola Rosie Lee at Norcrest
Graduate (2, 0)  
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Columbia
This tricolour won the class on her showmanship, full of beans and sparkle, clean cut elegant lines & good outline.
2 Moulden’s Whitecroft Promises
Well marked Blenheim of good type who refused point blank to show until the moment the cards were handed out when she relaxed, started to show and looked a different, nice dog. Frustrating for owner and judge.
Post Graduate (15, 5)  
1 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Very nice, well marked tricolour with clear white (no ticking) & straight silky coat, whom I have long admired & she did not disappoint. Short & compact well angulated at both ends, good neck & shoulders, with a lively, friendly temperament. Lovely expression (can be difficult to achieve in this colour) with large dark eyes. Moved accurately and with drive - sound as a bell, which I liked very much. In final 4 for CC & thought she would do better but flagged a little in the heat of the challenge, very nice bitch.
2 Hall’s Tasset Sweet Affair
Very pretty, small, compact well marked blenheim of good type with a nice spring of rib, very glamorous in coat and markings, huge dark eyes and lovely expression. Not as sound as the winner.
3 Tomlinson’s Sylarius Fasination
Larger type Blenheim, well made and stylish.
Res Baillie’s Cavallino Magic Moment
VHC Bartlett’s Korolevsky Anna Akhmatova
Mid Limit (2, 0)  
1 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Falutin
Pretty little glamorous Blenheim of excellent type. Lovely expression with large dark eyes & black eye rims. Short & compact with good spring of rib. Very sound. Does not have the neck & shoulders I look for, but very nice type Cavalier.
2 Lowe’s Alawago Diamond Magic
Black/tan with good outline who showed well. A nice bitch, longer in type than the winner, but good for coat, built on clean cut elegant lines.
Limit (16, 4)  
1 Jones’ Timsar Miss B'havin
This delightful little Blenheim was on top form today. Excellent shape - well angulated at both ends, clean cut elegant lines, crisp clean outline and good topline which she retained on the move. Pretty head and expression. Small and sound, she was well balanced and presented an excellent overall picture. Lots of straight silky coat, she was well marked, sweet natured and showed well. A pleasing example of a typical Cavalier, to whom it was a pleasure to award the C.C
2 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens English JW
From the ringside, this small, typey, well constructed, pretty bitch has been a favourite of mine for some time. Very sadly, today she lacked "gloss" (coat on the turn?) and she was not showing well (possibly not liking the heat) which meant her ears were clamped to the side of her head and her eyes screwed up so I couldn't see the lovely expression I know is there.. I've also admired her crisp clean cut outline and pizzazz in the past, but again these were not present today. I have no doubt her day will come and was sorry it wasn't today.
3 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity
Little, square, compact Blenheim with a gorgeous head and expression, large dark eyes with black rims and well set ears framing her face.
Res Smith’s Beaudale Ebony Eyes
VHC Waddington’s Spindlepoint Kim Crawford
Open (4, 1) I withheld 2nd and 3rd in this class as I did not consider the other two exhibits (seen dogs unplaced in earlier classes) to be Stud Book entry calibre today
1 Grant’s Granasil Winter Star
Richly coloured ruby who showed very well - nice cheerful Cavalier disposition. Large dark eyes & attractive head, cobby & moved well.
2 Withheld  
3 Withheld  

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