Driffield Agricultural Society
Championship Show - 16th October 2005

Best of Breed - Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Best Opposite Sex - Brymarden Moon River JW
Best Puppy - Byermoor Queens Evidence

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.   Mrs P Sidgwick
I thank the committee of the Driffield A.S. for giving me the opportunity to judge at this show, one I have supported over the last 30 years. The hospitality was excellent and the weather remained kind to us, I hope that the exhibitors enjoyed their day as much as I did. The quality of dogs remains high, I was delighted with all my class winners and in particular the outstanding Open Class. It is 5 years since I last judged males, and I was disappointed to see that many exhibits still have small untypical eyes. The eyes can totally change the expression of the Cavalier, and breeders must strive to retain the large dark eye, which is such an important feature. The final decisions for BOB & BP were made by referee Mr J Simpson, who gave the nod to the dog Ch Wandris Entertainer JW, over the gorgeous, young blen bitch Brymarden Moonriver JW sent forward by co judge Mr Fothergill. Best puppy was awarded to the lovely blen bitch Byermoor Queen's Evidence owned by Mr R Sansom.
CC Bubb's Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
RCC Baker & Park's Ch Keyingham Branwell
Best Puppy Hughes' Loranka's Enchanting
Minor Puppy (16 Entries 2 Absent)  
1 Gillhespy’s Lorphil Lyphard
Loved this promising, balanced blen youngster, Pleasing head, with dark expressive eyes and good pigmentation. Good angulation all through, short level back, moves steadily and stands four square. Still just a baby and in between coats, he missed out to the older PD winner for BP, but for me he is just right for age and will never be overdone.
2 Koster’s  Harana Ringo Starr
Close up to the winner, but like all rubies needs time to finish, and was still very raw on the day. He is a rich colour, excelling in pigment, a lovely size with correct bone, well sprung rib and good angulation. Good width to flat skull, dark eyes, still needs to develop cushioning to soften expression, which will come with time. Moved steadily with correct tail carriage and showed well
3 Crane’s Cranvarl Royal Star Struck
Res Martin’s Tiannis Revelation
VHC Angell’s Brymarden Hot Potato for Charwelton
Puppy (16, 5)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Enchanting
Classically marked tri with rich tan markings in all required places, so hard to achieve. Loved his neck and shoulders, good bone, firm short coupled body with level topline and well sprung rib, giving a square outline. He moves with drive from well angulated rear quarters. Large head, flat skull, well cushioned under dark eyes, a little deep in stop, but I forgave this as I felt that as his ears fringing grows this will soften the expression and complete the picture of this masculine dog.
2 Town’s Barsac Sadler's Wells
Another tri of totally differing type to winner, this youngster is really well coated, of good texture, with full ears leathers, giving the soft gentle expression. Dark eyes and shallow stop, well angulated all through, moved well coming and going, just preferred the rich tan markings and short coupled appearance of winner.
3 Lamont’s Moorfields Mooiste
Res Perry’s Rosemonde Sheer Alchemy
VHC Bayliss’ Castlewytch Zinfandel
Junior (20, 3)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent JW
Quality ruby, brother of a bitch I judged earlier in the year and liked very much. Luxurious full ear leathers and good length to his rich coat, will be hard to beat once fully finished. Soft gentle expression to head from his gorgeous large dark eyes and excellent pigmentation, elegant neck and shoulders, firm topline, moves freely.
2 Gilbert’s Toshini Benito at Charverale
Well marked blen who shows to advantage on the move, driving off his well angulated rear quarters he holds a level topline and uses his neck to advantage, with good bone for size and well sprung rib. Complete with generous soft gentle expression to head, one that cannot be overlooked and with a bit of luck could make the top
3 Salisbury’s Clopsville Jimmy Bean
Res Li’s Avalcier Manhattan
VHC Moffat’s Rytonion Morris Minor
Yearling (16, 1)  
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Montana JW
Soundly made male, Masculine head yet not coarse in any way, flat skull, large dark round expressive eyes, well cushioned muzzle, cleanly marked, good neck and shoulders, well sprung rib, firm level topline and strong rear quarters, which show to advantage on the move.
2 Willey & Siddle’s Penemma Harry Potter
I couldn't resist the eyes of this youngster, large, dark, round and expressive with fully pigmented rims and membranes, so often lacking. Balanced head good neck and well angulated short coupled body. He is a rich chestnut colour, with correct feathering, moves strongly with lots of drive.
3 Hughes’ Loranka's Party Games JW
Res Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Top of The Bill
VHC Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Escape
Post Graduate (25, 4)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Stanley
An unknown to me who screamed out "Toy Spaniel" I loved this B&T from his soft gentle balanced head, good neck, firm body and balanced outline. He is well coated with super bone, good angulation to rear but this is not reflected on the move. He needs to use rear quarters more effectively to show the drive which I am sure he is capable of, perhaps more road work would help. One I would love to see reach the top. Unlucky to meet such strong competition on the day.
2 Korn’s Sandusk Monterey JW
Richly marked blen of similar size & type to winner, soft gentle expression to head, from his large dark eyes, well cushioned muzzle, short coupled body. Moved & showed well.
3 Costello’s Beauella Radzinski JW
Res Burr’s Spindlepoint Tucker
VHC Johnston’s Clockpelters The Pretender
Limit (20, 5)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Command JW
Although bigger than I normally prefer I couldn't resist the soft gentle expression and sound driving movement of this blen dog. He is really well coated with fabulous well furnished ears which really frame the face. Good neck & firm well sprung body, good turn of stifle, moves soundly with drive keeping level topline.
2 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent JW Sh.CM
Classic head with soft gentle expression so typical of this kennel, smaller in stature than winner, elegant neck and well laid back shoulders, level topline. Quality coat of soft silky texture and plenty of feathering to give the desired finished appearance.
3 Hughes’ Loranka's Jubilation
Res Koster’s Harana Smokey Joe
VHC Matthews’ Ronmal Jackitmini
Open (9, 0) What a class, what can I say, it was a real pleasure to be able to handle these dogs. I could have quite happily given out 5 CC's here, but unfortunately decisions have to be made and final award went to the outstanding.
1 Bubb’s Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
At 3years is fully coated, with richly marked, well broken, long silky coat. Super head broad flat skull, good ear set, large dark eyes with lots of cushioning giving that desired soft gentle expression. I particularly like his good reach of neck and well laid back shoulders giving that elegant outline both standing and on the move. Moved freely with correct tail carriage Dog CC & BOB
2 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
One I have watched from his puppy days and was delighted to be given the chance to handle. I love his size, not overdone in any way, he is well coated, heavier marked than winner, has the darkest of eyes enhancing his soft gentle well cushioned head, Although small he still has the required bone and spring of rib, moves steadily, with drive. Res CC
3 Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Another outstanding Champion, certainly worth a mention. It is so difficult to breed a tricolour of this quality and breed type, love his rich clear markings, dark eyes, good neck and well sprung body. He excels on the move from his powerful rear quarters, lacking in so many at present.
Res Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Hero JW
VHC Lamont’s Ir Ch Moorfields Sans Limites

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Bitches   Mr J Fothergill
Thank you for the entry of 255 for Mrs Sidgwick (Dogs) and myself (Bitches). We were able to be judged outside on a fine day, and chose Blenheims for the CC's, The Referee was needed for BOB and BPIB.
When it came to deciding the Best of Breed, I did not agree with my co-judge and both BOB (the dog) and BPIB (the PB winner) were chose by the referee, Mr Simpson.
CC Claydon's Brymarden Moon River JW
RCC Goodwin's Ch Lanola Salsa JW Sh.CM
Best Puppy Sansom's Byermoor Queens Evidence
Minor Puppy (26 Entries 9 Absent) All three shall be heard of in the future, a lovely class.
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Hot Flush
Blen, extremely pretty and promising, excellent head and eye, good body, moved well
2 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Emrald
Blen, another extremely nice one, again good head, neck and topline, best of bone, showed well
3 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Mornwyn Star
Res Bloice’s Scotlass Pollyanna Naf
VHC Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Sugar Babe
Puppy (13, 3)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens Evidence
Blen, very appealing in head and eye, good neck and topline, nice body, moved well, on referee's decision won BPIB
2 Bartlett’s Korolevsky Zviozhdochka
Blen, excellent headed one, good eye, again scores in neck and topline, not as compact as winner, excellent colour.
3 Wheeler’s Homerbrent Bliss
Res Bradley’s Granasil Wild Orchid
VHC Perry’s Rosemonde Shuai
Junior (20, 5)  
1 Hegarty & Fitzpatrick’s Chantismere Silent Moon
Blen, lovely in head, eye, neck, best of toplines, excellent bone very mature, moves well.
2 Maclaine’s Pennygown Reaction
Lighter build, but again pleases in head and eye, topline and nice hindquarters.
3 Inglis’ Craigowl Vivienne
Res Sparrow’s Tashmit The Next Generation
VHC Davies’ Larrcraig Celtic Charmer
Yearling (25, 3)  
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Moon River JW
Blen, a lovely one with best of heads, ear, good neck, topline, nice shaped hindquarter, good coat, went on to win the CC
2 Fox-Shone’s Cobalatino Alberta Avec Pamedna
Blen, lovely markings to this one, again good head, neck and topline, liked shape of hindquarter, called for to challenge for RCC but gone home.
3 Willey & Siddle’s Penemma Prunella
Res Boardman’s Volney April Love
VHC Smith’s Beaudale Quite Contrary JW
Post Graduate (16, 0)  
1 Town’s Judyland Melissa at Barsac
Tri, very pleasing in head and eye, liked her legs and feet, well boned, level topline and good hindquarter.
2 Hall’s Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Blen, again here was nice head and ears, liked for front and feet, level backline, good hindquarter.
3 Whitfield’s Beauella Kasino at Bevelmount JW
Res Tebbett’s Jalesto Killer Queen
VHC Tarlton’s Wightisle Rag Doll for Tomnil
Limit (17, 4)  
1 Conneally’s Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
Blen, best of heads and eye, longest of ears, good bone and feet, best of toplines and moves well
2 Boardman’s Volney Sarah
Black & Tan, very pleasing in head and ear, neck and good topline, moved quite well, not in best clothes.
3 Perry’s Rosemonde Indulgence
Res Davies‘ Ashtelle Affinity at Larrcraig
VHC Payne’s Catemmsal Party Doll
Open (16, 6)  
1 Goodwin’s Ch Lanola Salsa JW Sh.CM
Blen, very appealing in head and eye, good neck, level topline, nice hindquarter, she moves well, she went to win RBCC
2 Lamont’s Ir Ch Allegra Helene at Moorfields
Blen, another nice one, excellent head and ears, level topline, and excellent body shape, not as compact as winner
3 Lymer’s Lymrey Hi Falutin
Res Hughes’ Ch Loranka's Celebration Time
VHC Sutherland’s Ebonleigh Desert Lightning

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