Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 5th March 2005

Best In Show - Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Reserve Best In Show - Ch Rosscrea Bedazzled

Best Opposite Sex - Ch Rosscrea Bedazzled
Best Puppy - Tamyse Delecia

Best Veteran - Ch Harana Nina Simone

Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs.   Mr E Hulme
An excellent entry from 229 males, with only 21 absent Some beautiful dogs to go over, the top awards were closely contested. There were many of correct size & type but the same could not be said for conformation & movement. Temperaments were excellent & presentation of a high standard. A well run show, I enjoyed myself immensely with a breed for which I have a great fondness being one of the first breeds with which I became involved & judged for the first time 46 years ago.
C.C.
Inglis'
Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
R.C.C.
Bubb's
Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Best Puppy
Coaker's
Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
     
Minor Puppy
(21, 2)
 
1
Waddington's
Spindlepoint John Peel
3 days over 6 months, precocious, small, balanced, well marked blen, pleasing head & pigment, short coupled, excellent bone & conformation, first class presentation, co-operated perfectly with his handler standing & moving.
2
Wiggins'
Salbrie Teddy Smith by Whyteplace
Nice size well broken tri, attractive head eye & expression, progressing nicely in ribs & body, well presented straight silky coat, not holding his topline quite as firmly as 1, bright character, shows promise.
3
Waters'
Maibee A Freelander (NAF)
R
Koster's
Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
VHC
Hurley's
Downsbank Guiness Galore
HC
 
 
Puppy
(19, 0)
 
1
Coaker's
Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
Ruby of ideal size & balance, head of good pattern, dark expressive eyes well set arched neck, nice shoulder, strong level topline, good ribs, lose coupled & hindquarters that would be difficult to improve upon. Confident, stylish, showman displaying impressive movement & carriage with a :correctly held tail. In excellent condition, given a fair crack, should have a very good future BPD
2
Jones'
Emjo The Bombadier
Quality blen, most attractive head properties, good neck, topline & tail, well constructed & moved accordingly with a free easy gait. If maturity is kind should do well.
3
Hall's
Zolas Super League
R
Hughes'
Loranka's Party Games
VHC
Salisbury's
Clopsville Jimmy Bean
HC
Barwell's
Charlottetown Tomahawk
Junior
(32, 7)
 
1
Allerton's
Kavacay Magic Dream at Deeriem
Blen who nicely combines type & soundness, dark round expressive eyes, strong pigmentation, balanced outline, used himself well, moving with a free easy stride, well muscled hindquarters, put down in good order & made the most of himself at all times.
2
Lamont's
Moorfields San Limites
Striking well broken tri with good tan, typical outlook & balance, good neck, legs & feet, well sprung ribs, short coupled. Free moving, enthusiastic showman, slackens slightly in topline when standing, otherwise close up.
3
Costello's
Beauelia Radzinski JW
R
Koster's
Harana Ted Baker
VHC
Name Withheld
Name Withheld
HC
Waller's
Castlewytch Arizona avec Jinjan
Yearling
(16, 0)
 
1
Waters'
Rytonian Prince Town
Blen of impressive size, type & quality, ideally balanced, most attractive head, eye & gentle expression, well set arched neck, firm body & topline, good bone, nicely angulated front & rear, movement & carriage matched his good looks, happy confident temperament.
2
Steel's
Behabre Burberry Touch
Size larger; well broken tri, typical outlook & balance, good teeth & bite, sound, confident & composed showman in best condition, made the most of himself at all times.
3
Lymer's
Lymrey Hi Command JW
R
Barker's
Kaishmar Cool Hand Luke
VHC
Godwin's
Cavaliegh Sweetheart
HC
Reed's
Chantiz Alonso
Sp Grad Blen
(19, 3)
 
1
Korn's
Sandusk Monterey JW
Short coupled, balanced, blen, nicely combines substance, quality & soundness, delightful head & expression, excellent temperament, a yearling who should continue his winning ways.
2
Rix & Berry's
Ricksbury Royal Escape
Heavier marked blen, bred in the. purple as they say, gave nothing away in type or quailty, not as settled as winner today, a Junior with more to come.
3
Coaker's
Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent
R
Egan's
Rodbrook Lewis Carol
VHC
Baylis'
Castlewtch Rob Roy
HC
Godwin's
Cavaliegh Sweet Talk
Sp Grad Tri
(11, 2)
 
1
Baker's
Nevhill's Navarra
Well marked, full of type & quality, ideal size, lovely head, dark expressive eyes, well sprung ribs, short, firm, level back, smart yearling who made the most of himself.
2
Conlon's
Rathbrist Just An Illusion
Smart Junior with a clean typical outline, attractive head detail, well set neck, ribs & body handled well, soundly made & moved accordingly. Not yet the coat & finish of l.
3
Thomas'
Charlottetown Toby Thomas of Pepyswood
R
Morelli's
Chantismere Wizards Delite at Hillcave
VHC
Gardiner & Dansage's
Merriquest Royal Velvet
HC
Pinder's
Moonvale Song 'N Dance
Sp Grad B/T
(11, 1)
 
1
Levy & Sedgwick's
Pascavale Stanley
Well proportioned, good coloured 14 month old who nicely combines soundness & quality, attractive head, eye & expression, correct bite, arched neck, close coupled, true active gait. A bright alert showman whose coat shone with well being.
2
Shinnick's
Leelyn Kameron
Small, well balanced junior, typical head properties, needs time for more body & coat, soundly constructed, learning the job well.
3
Lewis'
Leelyn Bumble
R
Hill & Webber's
Montcolly Morgan
VHC
Rogerson's
Rabymar Apollo
HC
Salisbury's
Clopsville Jack Daniels
Sp Grad Ruby
(7, 1)
 
1
Blackie's
Downsbank Rufus Again for Cridensa
Mature 4 year old, attractive head properties, good ribs & body, full coat & feathering, moved well with correct tail carriage.
2
Loades'
Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
Good coloured, typical 17 month old, balanced outline, in super condition, needs time to body up, preferred tail carriage of winner, excellent temperament, put up a good show.
3
Hazeltine's
Juzandia Red Hot Chilli Pepa
R
Lunam's
Mellow Moment with Flossybrook
VHC
Hughes'
Moonvale Apache by Shenlyn
HC
Bailey's
Alldoricka Ullysees
Veteran
(12, 1)
 
1
Coaker's
Ch Homerbrent Illusion
Well broken richly coloured blen, balanced outline, good conformation, level topline & correct tail carriage. Just passed his 11th birthday, moved & showed with the style & enthusiasm of one much younger; a credit to his owner.
2
Greenall's
Charlesworth Pretty Smart
Nice size, 8 year old, well marked, quality blen, dark expressive eyes, typical outline, in best coat & condition, gave a good account of himself.
3
Reed's
Ch Chantiz Indiana Spring
R
Steel's
Astralea Classic Gold of Behabre
VHC
Jackson's
Ch Amantra Cloth of Gold
HC
House's
Parkcote Vagrant of Triciaville
Post Grad
(18, 6)
 
1
Boardman's
Volney Super Sleuth JW
Good headed blen, excellent size, type & quality, well bodied, short coupled, full coat & feathering, good legs & feet, moved out well with a happy, elegant bearing.
2
King-Smith's
Ispahan Galileo JW
Another striking, nicely broken blen just 3 years old, approaching maturity well. Attractive head, eye & expression, nice neck, good chest & ribs, gave nothing away in movement & showmanship, beautifully presented in best coat & condition.
3
Crane's
Cranvarl Royal Clansman
R
Tomlinson's
Sanickro Des Res
VHC
Richards'
Rosacanina Teddy
HC
Li's
Avalicier Alessandro JW
Mid Limit
(9, 1)
 
1
Waters'
Maibee A Touch Lucky
Pleasing size, compact balanced blen, dark eye & pigment, clean well set neck, level topline, straight moderately boned forelegs, firm rear, steady showman who moved out with purpose.
2
Maclaine's
Lochbuie Billy Elliot
Great headed, richly coloured blen, just preferred the overall balance of otherwise close-up, lovely coat, feathering & presentation.
3
Fox-Shone's
Pamedna Esperanza
R
Dawson's
Nottus Hooray Henry ShCM
VHC
Wiggins'
Whyteplace After Midnight ShCM
HC
Sutherland's
Ebonliegh Desert Thunder
Limit
(18, 5)
 
1
Rennard's
Deranmar Michael JW
Sound, typical, quality blen, ideal size & balance, just passed his second birthday & progressing as one would wish. Elegant carriage with movement that was true & free. Has the potential to finish at the top.
2
Hughes'
Loranka's Jubilation
Well broken, richly coloured, beautifully presented blen of the type & quality typical of this kennel. Little heavy in condition today.
3
Storar's
Kayjay T S Eliot at Ewcote
R
Firth's
Firnick Paris
VHC
Biggs'
Kellorian Poetry in Motion
HC
Baker's
Nevhill's Roosevelt JW
Sp Open Under 18 lb
(8, 0)
 
1
Rix & Berry's
Ricksbury Royal Hero JW
Lovely headed, well balanced blen. strong level topline, nicely developed chest ribs & body good legs & feet, bright outlook, moving & showing to best advantage.
2
Lamont's
Ir Ch Allegra Hundertwasser Von Moorfields
Attractive outline & balance, nicely proportioned head, ribs & body handle well, nicely angulated front & rear, could have been a little more settled to show his virtues to better advantage, otherwise, close up.
3
Levy & Sedgwick's
Ch Pascavale Enchanted
R
Jones'
Roseings Robert Martin
VHC
Lewis'
Hurleaze Party Time
HC
Carr's
Oakdale One More Tri
Sp Open Bred By Exhibitor
(8, 2)
 
1
Inglis'
Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Tri with outstanding head properties, large dark expressive eyes, shallow stop correct muzzle, nicely filled in below eyes, high set ears with long feathering, well set nicely arched neck, good lay back of shoulder, nicely turned stifles & strong hocks, elegant, free moving gait, full of confidence, at 2 years old has more to come as he reaches maturity. CC. BOB
2
Hill & Webber's
Montcolly Brian
Classy, balanced, ruby yearling, full of type & quality soundly constructed & moved accordingly with a free, active gait, in sparkling condition, has the potential to reach the top, bright showman, handled to best advantage.
3
Lewis'
Ch Daraste Reflection of Love
R
Gish's
Ch Flying Colors Maxima
VHC
Mangham's
Charnavale Masterpiece
HC
Evans'
Svena Indian Brave
Open
(10, 2)
Strong class
1
Bubb's
Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Lovely headed masculine blen, sound as they come, good neck, strong level topline, nicely angulated fore & aft, straight well boned forelegs, short coupled, nicely mature in ribs & body, showed & moved to maximise his virtues. RCC
2
Baker & Park's
Ch Keyingham Branwell
Short coupled, quality blen, impressive outline & balance, nice neck level back, bright character who made the most of himself at all times, moved with style & purpose, in best coat & condition well presented, pressed winner all the way.
3
Lymer & Scheidt's
Ch Lymrey Hi Octane JW
R
Drewett's
Ch Judyland Touch of Magic
VHC
Hughes'
Ch Loranka's Celebration
HC
Towse's
Ch Miltree Nijinsky
   
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Bitches   Mrs M Milton
It was a pleasure to judge this show and I thank the committee for the honour and to the exhibitors who provided such a fabulous entry. To my stewards for keeping things moving. I haven't judged bitches since Crufts 1997 so it was an interesting day. I thought there were many lovely bitches, more depth than previously but still some very real problems which need improving on. I think my main concern was pigment, this really is a problem when both tricolour and Black and Tan in otherwise good specimens exhibited this fault, what hope is there for the Blenheim and rubies? Eyes, "the windows of the soul", neither colour or size should be compromised on, they are so important for type. In the main bone was good for size and pear shapes seemed a thing of the past, bodies were much improved being well sprung and straight all through.
I founds heads had improved in all the colours. I was looking for a very slight roundness to the top of the head which immediately gives a soft, gentle look to the picture. Followed by correct eye placement, being large, dark round and forward looking, fitting well within the skull (not protruding). Well set ears, just framing the eyes. Very few were over endowed with fill beneath the eyes which produces a coarse, overdone look and sometimes a rather blunt muzzle. My winners had well tapered muzzles and neat fitting, well developed lips. I was pleased to find such a lovely bitch for the CC, Wendy Taylor's Ch. Rosscrea Bedazzled. She said cavalier to me. She is a lovely size, well balanced all through. A gentle expression, so feminine. A shapely little bitch who moved with confidence and style.
My co-judge eventually won the argument so BOB went to the Inglis' Champion Craigowl Billy Elliott. He has many virtues but I hope by his winning it will not send the wrong signals that black tricolours are correct or in the main acceptable, they are not, the standard says well broken and this should be one’s aim.
C.C. Taylor's Ch Rosscrea Bedazzled
R.C.C. Fry & Jackson's Amantra Iolanthe
Best Puppy Butler's Tamyse Delecia
     
Minor Puppy
(33, 7)

I felt in this class eye size could be improved upon and hope that this is just a growing stage. Worryingly pigment was a problem with these very young bitches. It can't be all hormones.

1
Homes'
Leogem Minuet
6 months well broken Blenheim with rich colouring. Good front and bone, body needs time. A small compact shapely little bitch, moved very much at one with her handler showing a good topline and tail set
2
Drewett's
Rossbonny Serena Judyland
Another Blenheim of 6 months, head still plenty to do, good pigment. Another shapely bitch, showing lots of promise, slightly larger than 1 but nice type.
3
Hall's
Muffity Adorable Solitaire
Blen
R
Rollins'
Poundroll Midsomer Charm
VHC
Name Withheld
Name Withheld
HC
Waddington's
Spindlepoint Grace Darling
Puppy
(42, 6)

 

1
Butler's
Tamyse Delecia
I loved this 10 month old puppy as soon as she came in the ring and handling her on the table she did not disappoint. Lovely textured coat, well broken rich chestnut markings. Lovely head, eyes and pigment. A shapely puppy with good topline and tailset. Moved well. Good temperament. I was delighted that on the referee's decision she went BP in Show
2
Boadrman's
Volney April Love
10 months Another appealing well broken Blenheim with many of the same remarks applying. Lovely dark eyes, well coated as was 1. They were so similar it was a case of splitting hairs to separate them. She also moved well, even though not handled by her owner. Good temperament Two lovely puppies.
3
Reaney's
Royalvale Rock Don't Stop
B/T
R
Tidswell's
Allrena Annaliese
VHC
Wylde's
Cleocath Tywysogesddu
HC
Hazeltine's
Juzandia Chilli Sauce
Junior
(44, 11)

Eyes were of a good size in this class but the lack of good pigment in so many otherwise appealing exhibits is unacceptable.

1
Mynott's
Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
12 months tricolour bitch. Well broken markings which were bright and clear. Good breed type, gorgeous large eyes, gentle expression, good pigment. A shapely bitch with good neck and shoulders, straight front, good body with well sprung ribs, good bone, topline and tailset. Moved well. A very nice junior.
2
Inglis'
Craigowl Bilberri
14 months. Another tricolour, far heavier marked than 1 but coat of a good colour and texture. Head, eyes and pigment good. Good front, just hope her body comes together, topline not as level as 1 tending to slope toward her rear, hope this improves with maturity.
3
Goodwin's
Lanola Sweet Wild Rose
Blen.
R
Brewer & Moody's
Bowfort Holly Berry
VHC
Hill & Webber's
Montcolly Bassey
HC
Waters'
Maibee Alexandria
Yearling
(24, 4)

 

1
Goodwin's
Lanola Salsa JW
20 months well broken Blenheim, rich silky textured coat although slightly lacking in length at this time. Gentle expression, nice eyes, good neck and shoulders, Good front, body, bone and tail carriage. Not quite the muscle tone of some which was reflected in her movement. But with a little work this bitch could achieve more. Her overall type and balance won her this place.
2
Steel's
Behabre Mystique
Another 20 months Blenheim, slightly heavier marked but a lovely type,. A very shapely bitch with a gentle expression and dark eyes. Good topline, moved well.
3
Smith's
Sallcott Diminuendo
B/T
R
Costello's
Beauella Jiss This
VHC
Turner's
Shalot Lady Bethan
HC
Dale's
Maratim Maggie May
Sp Grad Blen
(28, 9)

 

1
Taylor's
Rosscrea Broadway Baby
Loved this well broken Blenheim for type. Petite and compact describes her. Gentle expression, nice eyes, tapered muzzle, well feathered ears. A shapely bitch with good bone for size and good tail carriage, she also could do with more muscle tone. Perhaps road work in the warmer weather ahead will help to put this right. Moved positively.
2
Li's
Avalcier Zoe
A well broken Blenheim with a rich chestnut saddle. Appealing expression with eyes set well within her skull. A very shapely little bitch with good bone and well sprung ribs. Good topline and tailset. She could be moved a little more slowly to make her movement more assessable. Lovely temperament her tail never stopped waving.
3
Rennard's
Deranmar Amelie
R
Wiggins'
Trirayne Polly Tician at Whyteplace
VHC
Williams'
Kinvaar Knowing Johnasta
HC
Hurley's
Hurleaze Out Of The Blue
Sp Grad Tri
(19, 7)

I thought this class had some very good tricolours which is quite heartening for the breed. It was encouraging that nearly all were well broken as required by the breed standard, it really does enhance the black to be set off against a clear white. Having said that my first was:

1
Inglis'
Craigowl Columbia
A very heavily marked tricolour with a silky textured coat She was very good in head, eyes and pigment, good front and shoulders, topline level when standing, although her hindquarters could be stronger. Her movement was very disappointing in the challenge. . Methinks another for long walks in the warmer weather ahead.
2
Moulden's
Forever Romance of Whitecroft
This tricolour was more correctly marked than 1. Good head, eyes and pigment. Straight front, good body and bone, a good topline and tailset. Moved O.K.
3
Korn's
Sandusk Minerva
R
Mynott's
Honeybet Hot News
VHC
Day's
Merriquest Rhapsody In Blue for Dapier
HC
Antoniazzi's
Littlemeads Moon Struck
Sp Grad B/T
(27, 10)

This was a very good class and there were many lovely bitches here who excelled in breed type. I think coats need some attention and there were a few with poor pigment. Not many coarse heads which was the norm a while ago. Size and shape was also more even. I was quite impressed and enjoyed sorting them out.

1
Fry & Jackson's
Amantra Chambermaid
I think she deserves a higher standing in the Amantra household than the lowly chambermaid. This is a charming Black and Tan, such a pretty head with dark eyes and good pigment. Another who fits the description petite and compact. A shapely, well balanced bitch who moved very much in tune with her handler, both moved well.
2
Smith's
Beaudale Velvet Sky
This is another full of correct type and many of the same remarks apply here also. Very pretty head, dark eyes and pigment. Same size as 1 and moving very well.
3
Stocks'
Firnick Agatha Christie
R
Hurley's
OB Cassandra of Gratten at Lahume
VHC
Boadrman's
Volney Sarah
HC
Smith's
Sallcott Diminuendo
Sp Grad Ruby
(15, 4)

Not such a good class and pigment is really a problem here.

1
Hughes'
Loranka's Star Surprise
This Ruby has a rich, silky coat, so often missing in the wholecolours. I liked this one's expression. Good neck and shoulders, front, and body. She is quite small but has enough bone for size. Good topline and tailset. Not quite the balance I was looking for but a nice bitch otherwise.
2
Grant's
Granasil Winter Star
This one also not quite the perfect balance. Head of a different type. Very similar outline to 1. Moved with drive.
3
Reaney's
Rheinvelt Red Raver
R
Stocks'
Rosscrea Sugar Babe at Rebinya
VHC
Gardiner & Dansage's
Edonhill Dancing Flame
HC
Bailey's
Rubina Warmest Amber at Aldoricka
Veteran
(14, 1)

These were a credit to their owners, although some had been spoiled and given that extra titbit. As always with this class it was a shame there were only six places.

1
Koster's
Ch Harana Nina Simone
B/T Sometimes the fire marks above the eyes can give Black and Tans a scowling expression but not so with this one, she has a lovely expression so gentle and kind. She was carrying a tad too much weight and her abundance of coat did not help appearances, one had to delve beneath to find her overall balance. Moved steadily. Best Veteran in Show.
2
Tyler's
Crystaldawns Tansy at Janthows
Another Black and Tan of good type, not in the heavy coat of 1 but enough. Lovely head and expression, dark eyes and pigment. A shapely, well balanced bitch who moved very well.
3
Turnbull's
Ch Peakdowns Fantasia
Blen
R
Hill's
Becanna Armida
VHC
King-Smith's
Deranmar Shakira with Ispahan
HC
Workman's
Damaron Floradora of Costara
Post Grad
(26, 7)

 

1
Dale's
Maratim Magic Ring
A well broken Blenheim in good coat, nice head with large dark eyes and good pigment, lovely long ear feathering which enhanced her expression. Good front and shoulders, level topline and tailset. Moved well. Very good breed type.
2
Powell's
Newroyds Shakira Margareith JW
Another well broken Blenheim, again a very nice type, very well balanced. Good front and shoulders, level topline. Moved well.
3
Robertson's
Kavacay Spring Faith
R
Sansom's
Byermoor Queens English
VHC
Cragg's
Sallcott Crescendo
HC
Hall's
Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Mid Limit
(14, 4)

 

1
Jones'
Timsar Miss B'Havin
A neat, little, well broken Blenheim. Excelled in expression and excellent breed type. My notes say...."everything fits", need I say more, except a little more coat would be acceptable.
2
Ackroyd-Gibson's
Toraylac Pandora
Another well broken Blenheim of good breed type. Nice expressive head. Good neck and shoulders, although she could do with less weight here. Good front, body and bone. Nicely balanced. Moved well.
3
Moffatt's
Maibee Delores
R
Hughes'
Loranka's Summerlove
VHC
Godwin's
Valanroy Uptown Girl at Stanhome
HC
Sutherland's
Ebonleigh Desert Lightning
Limit
(32, 12)

 

1
Conneally's
Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
Well broken Blenheim in good quality coat, gorgeous rich chestnut markings. Lovely expressive head, large dark eyes with well feathered ears which frame her head to perfection. Looks good standing, everything in balance and she did not disappoint on the move.
2
Bubb's
Wandris Pantomine
Another well broken, quality Blenheim, nice head and eyes. I liked this one for type and overall balance. Moved well. Just a small criticism, she is slightly over weight but not enough to hide her other qualities but enough to give her a slight matronly outlook.
3
Inglis'
Craigowl Vera Cruz
R
Waddington's
Spindlepoint Kim Crawford
VHC
Shone's
Cobalatino Suga-Babe
HC
Lamont's
Allegra Helene at Moorfields
Sp Open Under 18 lb
(11, 2)

This was a lovely class and all had correct bone for size which was ideal. The highlight was finding my eventual CC winner.

1
Taylor's
Ch Rosscrea Bedazzled
This breeder seems able to bring out at regular intervals a line of small, well made cavaliers. This little bitch has so much appeal. Well broken, rich chestnut markings. The head is so well structured to give that soft gentle look which says cavalier. Large dark, expressive eyes and good pigment. A well balanced little bitch who fits the standard so well. I was delighted to give her the CC and eventually Res.BIS.
2
Koster's
Ch Harana Good Golly Miss Molly
Quality Ruby with many of the same remarks applying. Another with a soft gentle expression. Good front, bone and body, well balanced all through. Moved well, keeping a level topline and good tail carriage
3
Bloomfield's
Oaklake Debbie Harry
R
Dix's
Downsbank Winter Berries for Beewye JW
VHC
Lymer's
Lymrey Hi Falutin
HC
Ackroyd-Gibson's
Toraylac Deja Vue
Sp Open Bred By Exhibitor
(12, 4)

 

1
Fry & Jackson's
Amantra Iolanthe
A well broken Blenheim with a very sweet, feminine expression. Nice eyes and good pigment. Good neck and shoulders, excellent front, good body and bone One of the soundest bitches, true coming and going. Moved with drive, good tail carriage. Lovely temperament. A little more coat would add to the overall picture but on this performance she fully deserved the Res.CC
2
Turnbull's
Ch Peakdowns Caprice
Loved this one also. I was really spoilt for choice in these top classes. Caprice excelled in nearly all departments and it was a case of splitting hairs to separate them. A compact shapely bitch in good coat.
3
Searle's
Stonepit Just A Gem
Well broken tricolour.
R
Bloomfield's
Oaklake Debbie Harry
VHC
Greenall's
Charlseworth Royal Caprice
HC
Lovel's
Lovetrac Davina
Open
(6, 1)

 

1
Gamble & Name Withheld
Lisgarth Petrouchka with **
Quality Black and Tan in good coat. Very much my type in head, soft and gentle expression, good eyes and pigment and her overall balance and good shape helped her win this class. Moved and showed well.
2
Bigg's
Camhieu Marquise of Kellorian
Well broken tricolour with good head, eyes and pigment. In good coat, her lovely well feathered ears add to her gentle outlook. A shapely, balanced little bitch, with good ribcage. Moved well, driving off from her well let down hocks.
3
Vella & Towse's
Miletree Classic Dream Cinderlace
R
Dean's
Clockpelters Irish Cream
VHC
Mangham's
Phrenchy Madam Cholet with Charnavale
HC
Walton's
Underknoll Amber Gambler
 

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