South Wales Kennel Association
Championship Show - 7th July 2005

Best of Breed - Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Best Opposite Sex - Timsar Miss B'havin
Best Puppy - Kadoogels Carpe Diem

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.  Miss S Smith
From a good entry of males today I did not find such a strong and in depth quality of individuals such as the bitches I judged at the Midland Club in December. It is nice to see the form and predictions for that show has held up very well since. Here I couldn't spot many if any up and coming future stars from the younger ranks which does not bode well for the future. But if that is the present trend, rather that than the other way round. While there is an excellent bitch pack in the United Kingdom and a few really good males the Breed can go on and we will be okay.
From my point of view I believe the keeping of males is rather a luxury other than if kept purely as pets and companions, and unfortunately neither use nor ornament if they possess more than a few 'ifs' and lack rock solid breed qualities, lovable temperament and all-round soundness. Once again I found too many bad mouths but pleased to see the general cleanliness of all the dog's teeth. There was no apparent trimming of coats and feet this time, and every dog was an entire, bar one who had suffered an accident and had come with a veterinary certificate.
The aforementioned problem used to be of some concern not so many years ago, and it just goes to show that once breeders are made aware of a health problem, and left to their own devices, without too much 'outside attention', they deal with it themselves.
Remember we are breeding for typical Cavaliers with good health, not breeding to obtain health certificates that belong to untypical Cavaliers.
Of more concern to many is one of the main features of this breed. When one compares the eyes of many of the Cavaliers today to those of the Blenheim on the cover of Mrs Evelyn Booth's book on the Breed, wouldn't one say the Breed had other concerns?
The black/tan bitch puppy Kitsons KADOOGELS CARPE DIEM was Best Puppy in Breed.
Bubb's Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
Lymer's Lymrey Hi Command
Best Puppy
Hughes' Loranka's Enchanting
Minor Puppy    
1 Hughes' Loranka's Enchanting
BEST DOG PUPPY Quality Tri with eye catching shape and balance, Beautifully marked with rich tan in all the required places, moved and showed confidently with correct tail carriage and level topline, pleasing head for age with large, dark eyes ,but needs to learn to use his ears and break in head to go on now for the older classes, shown in lovely condition.
2 Greenall's Charlesworth Royal Showman
Quality upstanding, masculine headed puppy who on the other hand will come into his own in Junior classes being in more forward condition for age. Between coats but his rich well broken Blenheim markings and nose pigment quite obvious added to which he is a well constructed puppy that moved and showed competently.
3 Biggs' Korolevsky Faberge Kellorian
1 Koster's Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
Quality, sound moving B/T with a beautifully presented long, shiny coat and leathers with excellent colours of rich tan and raven black, he reassuringly retains the wealth of flat, silky coat, style and showiness, the exact traits breeders put into this particular colour to get them noticed so that they could compete with all colours.
2 Gilbert's Toshini Benito at Charverale
Glamorous well marked Blenheim with good pigment, furnished with a long, silky coat and generous leathers. What I call an all-rounders dog as his 'forte' is overall good make and shape and soundness, he will have his days.
3 Name Withheld Name Withheld
1 Ireland-Cooke's Charnell Top of The Bill
Beautiful, real Blenheim Toy Spaniel of the old-Type, with gorgeous large, dark eyes and pigment, glamorous silky well marked coat, on pearly white background, small and well marked, losing nothing in balance, conformation and soundness and most importantly, full of gaiety.
2 Sharratt's Lyndabelle Country Lad With Dunadrob
Glamorous, quality Tri, again of extra good breed type with a top class head, eyes and pigment of nose and coat, good conformation and wealth of silky coat will always draw the eye and should have a good future.
3 Mochrie's Downsbank Benedictine
1 Claydon's Brymarden Montana JW
Gorgeous Blenheim with one of the most scrumptious head and eyes in the entry. Loved his sister at the Midland and this is the way to breed dogs with more than one good one in a litter! This lad a little heavily marked but of classic breed type with a short back and level topline, good balance and body proportions, he showed and moved well, seriously considered in the challenge but a little in between coats on the day.
2 Sharratt's Lyndabelle Country Lad With Dunadrob
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3 Loades' Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
1 Smith & Aldous' Emjo The Bombadier
Another small, neat and well boned Blenheim, again richly coloured but heavily marked, pretty head of good pattern with dark eyes and pigment.
2 Loades' Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
Rich Ruby of more scopy proportions, quality type with elegant outline and wealth of furnishings and ear leathers, good pigment, moved and showed well.
3 Hawes' Kersmere Charmer
1 Baillie's Fyrnrose Lachie JW
Glamorous Blenheim not in his best bib and tucker but he was the best for style and outline, keeping a good topline on the move, good pigment and breed type, just needs to grow a fresh new jacket to go with his nice long fringing and ear leathers.
2 Korn's Sandusk Monterey JW
Smaller featured rich Blenheim with good nose pigment, moved around with style keeping a level topline.
3 Beney's Lavehnke's Bobby Dazzler
Post Graduate    
1 Mochrie's Chamanic Voltaire at Downsbank
Small, quality B/T an engaging real toy spaniel once he had warmed up to the proceedings and showed glimmers of showmanship here and there. His main attraction was that he displayed much of Black Tulip's influence in head and eyes, breed type, wealth of silky textured coat, compactness and size, but with the added bonus of negroid pigmentation and brilliant colours of richest mahogany tan on raven black.
2 Owen's Narayden Kind of Magic
Masculine Ruby of quality, showy and sound, in excellent coat of deep ruby red with the desirable and necessary good pigmentation for this colour, typical head, good presentation.
3 Kerr's Kinvaar Obsession
1 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Command
Res C.C. Very striking Blenheim with a head to die for and eventually proved difficult to ignore. Has superb eyes and jet black nose pigmentation all framed by full glamorous ears. Has all the presence, personality, breed type and flounce of the sire but better made in my opinion. In full fringing with rich well broken markings and presents a stylish, elegant picture going around. Is bound to go on from this showing, only being pegged back by slight immaturity and polished performance by the top dog on the day.
2 Tomlinson's Sanickro Des Res
Super sound rich Ruby with no flash or gimmicks to help him along, but still brim full of solid qualities and quiet charm. What you see is what you get and fits the breed silhouette to a tee with an arched neck line, short level back, barrel ribs and sturdy hind quarters with well turned stifles. An attractive headed dog framed by long, silky ears and the essential black nose pigmentation for this colour continued into black pads when going away. Of lovely size and has the look of a stud dog, which I'm pleased to say I have been lucky to take advantage of!
3 Barker's Kaishmar Cool Hand Luke
1 Bubb's Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
C.C. & B.O.B. It was a pleasure, with the gracious agreement of my co-judge Mr Shinnick, to send a dog like this into the Toy Group. He was the clear cut winner immediately he stepped into the class for his owner/breeder has achieved all the ingredients. required in a top class Cavalier. Those qualities being classic breed type, large dark eyes, black nose pigment, balance, level topline standing and on the move with a beautiful straight front and drive from behind, Added to which he is a happy, out going glamorous show boy with well broken rich Blenheim markings on a glinting pearly white background and long silky furnishings. Though the immediate impact comes from his lovely head, breed type and ideal size, being not too big but still has masculinity, substance and elegance at the same time.
2 Dawson's Nottus Hooray Henry ShCM
I was quite taken with this fellow too, another arresting glamorous Blenheim full of breed qualities, a well broken rich Blenheim with the highly prized lozenge head marking on a good skull added to his beautiful large eyes and typical expression, well made all through and moved soundly.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Starstealer

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Bitches  Mr R M Shinnick
Many thanks for your entry of well presented quality bitches. All my short listed dogs were short coupled, well-balanced, with good heads and eyes. On the down side quite a lot of small almond shaped eyes are creeping into the breed.
Jones' Timsar Miss B'havin
Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair
Best Puppy
Kitson's Kadoogels Carpe Diem
Minor Puppy (27 Entries, 5 Absent)  
1 Kitson's Kadoogels Carpe Diem
Compact b/tan; good head with high set ears; nice dark round eye. Moved well, with happy disposition.
2 Bartlett's Korolevsky Zveziozdochka
Blenheim, with nicely broken rich tan marking. Again good sound, confident movement.
3 Smith's Beaudale Bye Bye Baby
Puppy (21, 10)  
1 Steel's Behabre Mitsouku
Another b/tan with a good head and eye; moved and showed well.
2 Jones' Droleus That's M'evii
Blenheim, in good coat, with a more mature appearance; just slightly longer cast.
3 Gray's Trevricia Enchantment
Junior (19, 3)  
1 Portingale's Julchrisgor Just Joy Jacrianna
Tri, nicely marked with rich tan in all the right places. Moved and showed well.
2 Barker's Kaishmar Cara Mia Mine
Short coupled Blenheim in good coat. Moved and showed with confidence.
3 Smith's Beaudale Quite Contrary
Yearling (12, 6)  
1 Claydon's Brymarden Moon River JW
Mature Blenheim bitch, with very good bone and sound body. Excellent movement. Serious challenger for RCC.
2 Antoniazzi's Littlemeads Moon Struck
Tri bitch with well broken markings. Very good head and eye.
3 Tanton's Cazsara Showgirl
Novice (14, 1)  
1 Butler's Tamyse Delecia
The first two in this class very compatible in shape and size. Good heads and eyes; short coupled bodies; rich tan markings. 1st was just a little more animated when standing.
2 Mynott's Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
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3 Smith & Aldous' Aranel Bubblicious
Graduate (9, 4)  
1 Williams' Kinvaar Knowing Johnasta
Pretty Blenheim, in good coat. Good movement; at one with her handler. Very happy disposition.
2 Bartlett's Korolevsky Anna Akhmatova
Tri, with pretty head. Short coupled; well broken markings. Showed well.
3 Wylde's Braddabrook Sosia
Post Graduate (22, 6)  
1 Hall's Tasset Sweet Affair
Again, a very pretty Blenheim, soundly made in shape and size, which I always look for in the breed. RCC.
2 Hollamby's Tamcinia Black Satin
B/tan, up on leg more than one, but well-balanced. Very good movement.
3 Conneally's Jordanic Capri at Coedgwylum
Limit (21, 6)  
1 Crane's Spindlepoint First Course for Cranvarl
Again, 1st and 2nd in this class so compatible, splitting hairs to separate them on another day could easily reverse the order. Two Blenheim bitches both nicely marked, with good heads and eyes. Just preferred topline on 1st but eye on 2nd.
2 Powell's Newroyds Shakira Margareith JW
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3 Hollamby's Tamcinia Black Satin
Open (15, 2)  
1 Jones' Timsar Miss B'havin
this small, pretty Blenheim bitch is elegance in motion. So well made; good straight front; short coupled; nice turn of stifle; well broken markings. Happy temperament. My CC winner for the day.
2 Lymer's Lymrey Hi Falutin
Another pretty Blenheim, with the largest of dark eyes. In very good coat. No quite so animated in the challenge.
3 Fry & Jackson's Amantra Chambermaid

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