West Of England Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Limited Show - 24th April 2005


Best In Show - Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent
Reserve Best In Show - Charnell Top Of The Bill
Best Opposite Sex - Sorata Debonair
Best Puppy - Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent

Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs.   Mr P Towse
I would like to thank the West of England CKCS committee for asking me to judge at this show, the extravagant dinner laid on, the lovely present of Bristol Blue glassware. It was a well run show by dedicated fun loving committee members who obviously enjoyed themselves as much as I did. I would especially like to thank all the exhibitors who entered for my opinion. Some were local & some had travelled considerable distances. I was deeply honoured that exhibitors brought their cavaliers under me today. Often in the past I have found strength in the bitch classes. Today was different, I found some supreme dogs, but I found the bitches strongest in the younger & older age groups. Perhaps absentees due to seasons had excluded some of the nicer middle aged exhibits. Thank you. Peter Towse. ( MILETREE)
Best Dog Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent
Res Best Dog Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Top Of The Bill
Best Puppy Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
     
Minor Puppy (4 entries, 2 absent)  
1 Greenall’s Charlesworth Royal Showman
7 month well grown richly marked Blenheim with large dark eyes well set in a pleasing head. Correct shoulders and level top line with correct tail carriage maintained on the move from good parallel drive.
2 Searle’s Stonepit Tarquin
8 month old richly marked Blenheim, smaller than 1. Pretty head with dark eyes, nice expression, just preferred eyes of winner. Nice body & top line with good rear angulations giving plenty of drive.
Puppy (3, 0)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
11 month old rich well coated Ruby. Lovely large dark round eyes giving a soft expression. Held a level top line & moved well with plenty of drive. Best Puppy
2 Walton’s Underknoll Credibility
10 month old Blenheim with rich colored markings. Heavier boned than winner & a little larger. Good dark eyes. Well made producing good parallel movement but top line just faltered a little on the move.
3 Ace’s Ashtelle Star Trooper
10 month old Blenheim.
Junior (3, 0)  
1 Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Top Of The Bill
15 month well broken richly marked Blenheim. Nice head with dark eyes. Good shoulders & level top line. Good rear angles provided correct movement. Straight silky coat. Res. Dog & Res. Best in Show.
2 Croad’s Stonepit Merry Harlequin for Bergerac
15 month Tricolour with a sweet expression. Black shinny coat of nice texture & tan in the right places.
3 Loader’s Kettrice Oliver
12 month Tricolor.
Maiden (4, 2)  
1 Greenall’s Charlesworth Royal Cartoon
15 month old richly coloured & well broken Blenheim with a lozenge. Large dark round eyes giving a lovely expression. Large ears. Nice straight coat coming. Good rear angulations produced good movement.
2 Walton’s Underknoll Credibility
10 month old Blenheim with rich colored markings. Good dark eyes. Correct scissor bite. Well made producing good parallel movement. Just preferred expression of winner.
Novice (3, 1)  
1 Stevens’ Kilnshena Impresario
17 month Blenheim with a lozenge. Large round dark eyes well spaced in a well filled head & long ears giving an exquisite expression. Richly marked straight & silky coat. Nice size & well made rear giving drive.
2 Coles’ Twyforde Cor Leonis
20 month Tricolour. Jet black straight silky coat with rich bright tan in all the right places. Enjoying his day out & moved with such enthusiasm
Graduate (2, 1)  
1 Ace’s Ashtelle Ardara
20 month old tricolour. Straight silky coat with correct rich tan. Good size & with moderate bone. Very good rear angulations gave good parallel drive.
Post Graduate (2, 0)  
1 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent
19 month old Blenheim. Still a young dog but what quality. Richly marked & very well presented, with shiny, straight silky coat. Ideal size & balance. Beautiful head with lozenge & melting eyes. Level top line continuing into correct tail set. Powerful rear, driving true & parallel, could not have moved better. I had no qualms about giving him Best in Show.
2 Ace’s Ashtelle Remember Ryan
2 ½ year old Tricolour. Nice head & nice coat with correct tan. Moved with confidence.
Sp Limit BT – Ruby (5, 3)  
1 Lewis’ Leelyn Bumble
2 year old Black & Tan. Large dark round eyes giving a lovely expression. Shown in excellent condition with long straight silky coat. Good top line & tail set. Good angulations gave good movement
2 Stevens’ Kilnshena Idle Vice
3 ½ year old. Long coat of shiny Black & richest bright Tan, with nice dark eyes. Good rear angulations & movement. Top line not as good as winner.
Sp Limit Blen – Tri (0)  
Open (8, 2)  
1 Ward’s Charalier Grinling Gibbons
Profuse, straight & silky coated Blenheim. Immaculately presented. Lovely head & nice eyes framed by well covered ears. A very glamorous dog. Would have preferred a little more fore chest. Good level back. Correct tail carriage & moved well from well constructed rear.
2 Lewis’ Hurleaze Party Time
2 ½ year old Blenheim. Short full & well cushioned face with a correct bite. Large dark round eyes. Short coupled & well balanced body. Good top line & tail carriage. Well angulated rear giving loads of drive. A happy chappy, full of energy.
3 Richards’ Rosacanina Teddy
3 year old Blenheim.
Res Halsey’s Caralean Glengarry
VHC Loader’s Kettrice Nicolas Sh CM
Veteran Dog or Bitch (9, 4)  
1 Gray’s Sorata Debonair
Very appropriate name for this most glamorous 9 ½ year old bitch, that epitomises part of the breed standard & showed the youngsters how to gait, "free moving & elegant in action". The largest of dark round eyes giving an exquisite expression. A profuse straight silky coat of a nice ruby colour. In wonderful condition, a real credit to her owners. Based on her very positive attributes I was pleased to award her Best Bitch, Best Opposite Sex & Best Veteran
2 House’s Parkcote Vagrant of Triciaville
8 ½ year old Tricolour dog. Jet black & clean white with correctly placed tan. Dark round eyes & lovely expression framed by long ears. A little larger than some but well made & well balanced.
3 Stevens’ Keirlian Inamorata of Kilnshena
9 year old Black & Tan bitch.
Res Donald’s My Cinderella Rockafella
VHC Halsey’s Caralean Glengarry

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Bitches   Mr P Towse
Best Bitch Gray’s Sorata Debonair
Res Best Bitch Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
Best Puppy Lewis’ Leelyn Dixie Boo (TAF)
     
Minor Puppy (7 entries, 5 absent)  
1 Searle’s Stonepit Gigi
7 month richly coloured well broken Blenheim. Very pretty head with gorgeous large round dark eyes. Super neck & very level top line. Well laid shoulders well angulated rear gave true & parallel movement coming & going. Lovely size, level top line & good tail set gave a well balanced shape.
2 Coles’ Twyforde Alara
7 month old Blenheim with coat coming through, a little pale at present. Well angulated & moved well. Going through the juvenile growing stage.
Puppy (8, 2)  
1 Lewis’ Leelyn Dixie Boo (TAF)
9 month Black & Tan of the correct raven black & bright tan. Well presented good textured coat coming. Pretty head with large dark round expressive eyes. Well angulated rear, driving well. Good top line & correct tail set. Sweet natured & very promising. Best puppy bitch.
2 Bunce’s Tanmerack Cyd Charisse
10 month Blenheim. Full head with large dark eyes well cushioned below. Mature & well bodied with good angulations. Moved well but could have improved her outline if she had held her head up on the day. Good rich markings & a clean pearly white coat of good texture.
3 Davies’ Larrcraig Celtic Charmer
11 month Tricolour.
Res Boundy’s Volney Chutney at Rubyfield
VHC Edmonstone’s Ashtelle Starshine at Simashka
Junior (5, 1)  
1 Baker’s Gwentons Penny Black
17 month Tricolour. Nice coat coming with tan in all the right places. Less broken markings & with lighter tan than second place, her eyes gave her the class. Aptly named they were like two old Victorian pennies, large, round & very dark & well pigmented to the rims. Well angulated front & rear provided good movement
2 Davies’ Larrcraig Celtic Treasure
11 month well marked Tricolour with Very pretty head with large eyes. Very well presented with jet black straight coat well broken with clean white & rich bright tan in all the right places. Correctly angled giving good movement.
3 White’s Whistle Down The Wind for Whimal
13 month Tricolour.
Res Lewis’ Leelyn Bumble
Maiden (8, 1)  
1 Thorisdottir’s Brooksbur Brite 'N Bootiful
2 year old Blenheim. Large dark round eyes. Good size & profile. Good shoulders & well angulated rear produced very nice fluent movement. Good top line & correct tail carriage. Lovely straight silky coat of super rich well broken markings. Although the feet had been trimmed, I felt quite prepared to forgive a newcomer's lack of experience.
2 Greenall’s Charlesworth Royal Duchess
18 month Tricolour with nice round eyes. Pretty head. Well constructed & moved well.
3 Stevens’ Kilnshena In Delicto
4 ½ year old Blenheim.
Res Baker’s Gwentons Penny Black
VHC White’s Whistle Down The Wind for Whimal
Novice (5, 1)  
1 Thorisdottir’s Brooksbur Brite 'N Bootiful
See Maiden
2 Ace’s Ashtelle Temptation
 1 ½ year old Tricolour. A very pretty headed girl of nice size & moderate bone. Could do with a little more fore chest but was well constructed & moved accordingly.
3 Baker’s Gwentons Penny Black
17 month Tricolour
Res Coles’ Twyforde Alula Borealis
Graduate (8, 4)  
1 Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
2 year old Black & Tan. This bitch won on overall correctness. Lovely raven black & rich tan on a very well balanced body. Lovely head carriage with enough neck to show off the crest, leading down to good shoulders, level top line & tail set. Dark round eyes added to the overall picture.
2 Shail’s Rossbonny Molly Malone
18 month old Blenheim. As she entered the ring I was bedazzled by her wonderfully large round eyes set in a fabulously pretty & full head complete with lozenge. Plenty of well broken & richly marked coat. I would have preferred a little more leg for perfect balance. Well constructed and moved well, just fading a little at the end allowing her head to drop. Her handler is to be commended on a very good performance showing other exhibitors how to handle.
3 Perry’s Palmosa Let's Party At Perricharm
3 year old Blenheim.
Res Reachill’s Hillbreach Daisy May
Post Graduate (4, 1)  
1 House’s Triciaville Royale Cherry
2 ½ year old Black & Tan. Yet another Black & Tan of outstanding rich colours & presentation. Round dark eyes. Short coupled & nicely balanced body. Good angulations gave good movement.
2 Reachill’s Hillbreach Demelza
Rising 2 year old ruby. Enormous dark round eyes but face needs to fill & the muzzle is a little fine at present. Taller than the winner, not so well balanced. Good coat colour & texture.
3 Walton’s Vanitonia Intuition with Underknoll
2 ½ year old Tricolour.
Sp Limit BT – Ruby (6, 5)  
1 Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
2 year old Black & Tan. 1st in Graduate, Again presented a lovely outline as she moved around the ring.
Sp Limit Blen – Tri (6, 4)  
1 O'Connor’s Kenmillto Mabel of Abercree
2 ½ year old Tricolour. Straight silky coat. Nice expressive eyes. Head needs to fill a little more Moved well holding a nice top line & silhouette.
2 Vass’ Gwentons Charisma at Clauberry
5 year old Blenheim.
Open (8, 1)  
1 Thorisdottir’s Brooksbur Brite 'N Bootiful
See Maiden
2 Gray’s Trevricia Solitaire
Rising 4 year old Blenheim. Also with a lovely top head with large well feathered ears. Eyes could have been a little larger. Tapered muzzle, Moderate bone. Moved with elegance
3 Walton’s Homerbrent Eleonora with Underknoll
3 year old Tricolour. I have judged her before & admired her, but today she seemed a little dull.
Res Greenall’s Charlesworth Royal Glitter
VHC Vass’ Gwentons Charisma at Clauberry
Sp Open Welfare Dog or Bitch (4, 2)  
1 Boundy’s Rubyfield Escapade
2 year old Black & Tan. Well presented & lovely outline. Reserve Best bitch
2 Greenall’s Charlesworth Royal Glitter
3 year old Blenheim. Like many from this kennel, well constructed. Just lacked the finish of the winner.
 

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