City of Birmingham
Championship Show - 1st September 2006

 
Best of Breed - Rosscrea Yours Truly
Best Opposite Sex - Loranka's Enchanting JW
Best Puppy - Craigowl Ryton

Dog Results Bitch Results
 
Dogs. Mrs C Ackroyd-Gibson
I had been looking forward to this appointment for some time having admired many dogs from the ringside. However, apart from my winners I was very disappointed in the lack of quality in the majority of the entry. So many of the dogs look correct when stood i.e. trained to stack, but were appalling on the move. It was rare to see a dog moving towards me with a straight front and even rarer to see correctly angulated hindquarters. My personal opinion on the breed is that we are in serious trouble. If we continue to concentrate on just one aspect of breeding we will further deplete the gene pool to such extent that we will no longer being showing Cavaliers but non-descript mongrels!
CC Hughes' Loranka's Enchanting JW
RCC Baker & Park's Ch Keyingham Branwell
Best Puppy Inglis' Craigowl Ryton
     
Veteran (2 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1 Bloomfield’s Oaklake One More Tri
11 yr heavier marked tri dog, beautifully presented. Lovely firm body, short back, large round eyes, good nose pigment. Moved well for his age. A credit to his owner.
Minor Puppy (14, 2)  
1 Wiggins’ Whyteplace Alonso
Heavier marked blen. Superbly shaped youngster. Good head, correct muzzle, excellent nose pigment. Eyes could have been larger. Well set ears. Nice neck and shoulders. Correct straight front. Moved very well.
2 Taylor’s Rosscrea Free Loader
Very close up to 1. Well marked blen, smaller frame. A little erratic on the move but still a baby with plenty of time to tighten up. Super presentation . Correct head shape, excellent pigment, dark round eyes. Very promising.
3 Koster’s Harana Johnny Cash
Res Rogerson’s Rabymar Courageous Heart
VHC Tarabad’s Ronmal Juniper for Khatibi NAF TAF
Puppy (16, 3)  
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Ryton
A delight to see this lovely dog move. He has a wonderfully constructed body. Heavier marked tricolour presents an excellent profile when moving. Excellent reachy forehand and strong well angulated hindquarters. Never loses his topline of the move. Head needs a little more time to finish. A very well deserved Best Puppy.
2 Biddle’s Hearthfriend Haute Couture
Another lovely tri. Typical head. Good eyes, correct shape and colour. Good size. Didn't move as well as 1. Well set shoulders and straight front. Promising.
3 Hawes’ Kersmere Rhapsody
Res Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Blaze Away
VHC Boyd & Carter’s Kinvaar Addict
Junior (18, 1) The best class of the day
1 Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Cosmic
This glamorous young dog had to work extremely hard to win this class and did just enough. Small well boned dog with superbly presented richly marked coat. Deeply pigmented eyes and nose. Stop a little deep, but head well cushioned giving overall a very soft expression. Well carried ears frame the head which leads on to well laid shoulders. Front movement a little lazy at times but acceptable. Moved steadily but without much animation which cost him the top awards.
2 Jones’ Timsar Mister Moonlighter
So close to 1. Loved this dog. Less mature than 1 and head a different type. Richly marked blen with plenty of attitude! Took the whole class to settle his movement but when he did he demonstrated his excellent construction. Excellent fore quarters and strong well angulated hind quarters. A little longer in the loin the 1 but still beautifully balanced. Should make up.
3 Angell’s Charwelton Tate
Res Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Alfie
VHC Vella & Li’s Avalcier Olivier of Cinderlace
Yearling (11, 0)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Enchanting JW
This dog easily enchanted me. He has everything I was looking for. Correctly marked tricolour with rich tan and gleaming superbly presented coat. His head is superb, masculine without being overdone. His eyes are textbook - large, round dark and well spaced (So many Cavaliers shown here today had small mean eyes). Ears are well feathered and set to frame his head giving a super expression. Well set shoulders, good forechest, well boned legs, good feet, short coupled loin, strong topline which he kept at all times. A superb example of the breed. He nearly threw the CC away by been moved by his handler too slowly. Hope he gets his 3rd CC soon. CC
2 Town’s Barsac Sadler's Wells JW
Young tricolour dog that is improving greatly with maturity. Very impressive standing and on the move. Huge coat which can detract as it hides his excellent construction but beautifully presented. Lovely head which still can mature further. Very promising.
3 Surman’s Allrena About Turn to Vallender
Res Walton’s Underknoll Reality
VHC Tarlton’s Tomnil Flashback to Cream
Under Graduate (15, 2)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Jamie
Richly marked blen with excellent topline and tailset. Moved very well behind but tended to be stilted in front. Excellent bone. Masculine head but still soft. Should have a promising future.
2 Angell’s Brymarden Hot Potato for Charwelton
Superbly coated, richly marked blen. Moved exceedingly well. Very well made. Head needs a little more fill under the eyes which show a little too much white and could be darker. Overall a very striking dog.
3 Mynott’s Honeybet My Way
Res Inglis’ Craigowl Kid Black
VHC Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Jonathon
Graduate (16, 5)  
1 Hughes Loranka's Firestarter
Lovely ruby boy shown to advantage. Only 15 months old but maturing well. Quality, rich silky coat. Lovely head and expression. Good mouth. Richly pigmented eyes and nose. Well set ears lead to well placed shoulders. Can loose his topline when he throws back his head to look up at his owner but keeps it when on the move. Should have a bright future.
2 Gilbert’s Toshini Benito at Charverale
Nicely marked blen with a plentiful, somewhat unruly coat. Nicely made with a good topline, nicely angulated neck and shoulders, good turn of stifle, level topline and good tailset.
3 Pagan’s Kimark Coming Home to Sorata
Res Pinder’s Moonvale Song'n Dance
VHC Rennard’s Deranmar Christopher
Post Graduate (17, 1)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent JW Sh.CM
Richly coloured ruby dog. Compact but with lovely bone for size. Superb head, excellent mouth correct well cushioned muzzle. Large expressive eyes. Well constructed with well balanced and angulated quarters. Moved very well on the move keeping a level topline and well carried tail.
2 Koster’s Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
Very close to 1 just a little longer in the body. Gorgeous headed black & tan, so reminds me of his illustrious ancestors. Lovely movement. Showed very well.
3 Li’s Avalcier Manhattan JW
Res Blackburn’s Tanmerack James Stewart with Bekenveldt
VHC Morgan’s Cleocath Carregddu at Sohanastar
Limit (14, 0)  
1 Costello’s Beauella Radzinski JW
Great typey blenheim . Classic outline. Short coupled , superb angulation, well sprung ribs, good lay of shoulder, correct forechest. Moves well, never losing his topline. Lovely head with classic markings. Well off for coat. Really strong contender for my top awards but threw it all away in the last few moments by being sulky and refusing to show any animation. Such a pity as he is a worthy champion.
2 Allerton’s Kavacay Magic Dream at Deeriem
Very appealing blenheim. Correct size, beautifully coated and well presented. Moved accurately covering the ground well. Soft attractive expression. Good pigment. A quality exhibit.
3 Steel’s Behabre Burberry Touch
Res Hughes’ Loranka's Party Games JW
VHC Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Brian
Open (8, 1)  
1 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
What a lovely dog. Terrific size and shape. Beautifully presented with exceptional hind movement. Great personality never for a moment giving up showing. Classic head and expression. I am not surprised that he has done all the winning he has. RCC.
2 Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Command JW
Larger blen in superb coat. Great outline which he occasionally lost on the move due to his exuberance. When settled he moved exceptionally well due to his first-rate construction. Headpiece all masculine but still cavalier. A very worthy top winner.
3 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent JW Sh.CM
Res Pagan’s Campanards Tribute to Sorata
VHC Shinnick & Collins’ Leelyn Kameron

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Bitches  Mr A Brace
An excellent entry with some very promising young bitches present. Movement is not the breed's strength at the moment & it worries me that so many heavily marked Cavaliers seem to be around, the Standard is quite clear in this respect. I noticed that the really beautiful Cavalier eye is fast disappearing, far too many are too small & mean, so fail to give that wondrous soft expression that is so very much a part of the breed.
CC Taylor's Rosscrea Yours Truly
RCC Sansom's Byermoor Queens Maid
Best Puppy Sansom's Byermoor Queens Maid
     
Veteran (3 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1 Biggs’ Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian Sh.CM
Tri, happy & outgoing, in excellent bloom, balanced outline, soft expression, well ribbed, sound & stylish.
2 House’s Parkcote Black Cherry of Triciaville
B/T, not quite so extrovert & runs up a little in top-line. Good overall type, excellent size, quality head & expression.
3 Underwood’s Vanmarlen Cherry Blossom for Neddaow
Minor Puppy (22, 6)  
1 Finney’s Sylklands Ottavi
Fabulous quality blen, shapely, cobby & of ideal size, lovely head & eye, well ribbed for a baby, nicely marked, holds her topline well for one so young, good angles. Just goes slightly close behind but has great quality & promise.
2 Hughes’ Loranka's Magic Moments
Quality tri narrower in front than 1 & not her reach going round. Compact outline, nicely marked, feminine head, full of expression.
3 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Empress
Res Williams’ Clentview Miss Dior Sancana
VHC Davies’ Larrcraig Celtic Star
Puppy (18, 2)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens Maid
Top quality blen, full of promise, beautiful head a expression, so well balanced & of perfect size, joy to handle on the table being so well put together & she moved accordingly, sound as a pound up & down & so fluid & free in profile. Colour could be a little better broken, but her overall quality took her through to the RCC.
2 Dunhill-Hall’s Fantasa Itz Betty
Quality blen, little smaller in eye than 1 & not as forward in that she needs to drop into her rear a little. Stands well on her legs, happy temperament, very well bodied, moved steadily.
3 Flower’s Anberan Tazoberry
Res Dawber’s Vallender Marissa at Simanbeck NAF TAF
VHC Ace’s Ashtelle Emerald
Junior (16, 3)  
1 Flower’s Anberan Ginger Truffle
Very stylish & square ruby who won on her very impressive movement & carriage as she holds herself so well & moves without effort, promising head, excellent outline & shape. Just needs that extra body which should come with maturity to finish the picture.
2 Pipkin’s Lillypin Mimosa for Ryanmil
Smaller ruby, not quite as soft & melting in expression as 1 & needing to collect her front on the move. Very pleasing profile, short coupled, holds her topline well.
3 Attwood’s Clentview Euphoria
Res Fox-Shone’s Ch Pamedna Touch of Fan-TC
VHC Li’s Avalcier Sakura
Yearling (10, 1)  
1 Taylor’s Rosscrea Yours Truly
Beautifully schooled blen of ideal size & so shapely all through, In pristine condition & not putting a foot wrong, lovely head of perfect proportions & ideal finish of muzzle, though would like a slightly larger eye for perfection. Well ribbed, excellent angulation, moved so effortlessly, coat well broken, all through she has a look of great quality. CC, her first, & with my co-judge's agreement, BOB, should be a worthy ch, put on a great performance in the group where she was shortlisted.
2 Walton’s Underknoll J'Adore JW
Outgoing blen, little short of coat but she has nothing to hide. So sound on the move, beautifully balanced, excellent head type & soft expression.
3 Turnbull’s Middleshott Louise at Peakdowns
Res Jenkins’ Hollambrie Desdemona
VHC Perry’s Rosemonde Shuai
Under Graduate (9, 3)  
1 Mann’s Allrena Ellie Mae at Lyndabelle JW
Small & shapely & rather vocal blen, real toy spaniel, well balanced & sound enough, pretty head but needs more finish of muzzle.
2 Li’s Avalcier Liberty
Nicely conditioned blen, not as settled in topline as 1 but moves very sound, very typical head. A little longer coupled than 1.
3 Waddington’s Spindlepoint Grace Darling
Res Underwood’s Vanmarlen Strawberry Field Forever Neddaow
VHC Allerton’s Pauroi Moonlight Shadow at Deeriem
Graduate (11, 3)  
1 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Emerald
Quality blen of good overall shape, feminine head if a little light in eye, good size & well ribbed. Moves soundly but a little too proud of her tail at times.
2 Ballantine’s Middleshott Emma Sh.CM
Full coated blen. Nose pigment a little weak & rather light in eye. Sound & showy, oozing real type.
3 Walton’s Underknoll J'Adore JW
Res Mynott’s Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
VHC Lovel’s Craigowl Vivienne at Lovetrac
Post Graduate (7, 1)  
1 Sharratt’s Dunadrob Black Pearl
Shapely b/t of excellent size, moves very well in all directions but tends to soften a little in topline. Feminine head so expressive, very well angulated, beautifully balanced all through.
2 Butler’s Tamyse Delecia JW
3 Blackburn’s Bekenveldt Waltzin Matilda
Res Ace’s Ashtelle Temptation
VHC Evans’ Winsudor Gemma of Purpleborn
Limit (15, 3)  
1 Sansom’s Byermoor Queens English JW
Typy & cobby blen whose coat was not at its best but whose sheer type & quality won her the class. Lovely head type if a shade small in eye, compact & well ribbed, has excellent profile movement but could be a little cleaner going away.
2 Turner’s Shalot Beguiled
Good overall type but not so settled in topline or as well finished in muzzle as 1. Good overall make & shape.
3 Bloomfield’s Oaklake Debbie Harry
Res Perry’s Rosemonde Indulgence
VHC Hall’s Tasset Sweet Affair JW
Open (8, 2)  
1 Shone’s Cobalatino Suga-Babe
Quality b/t of excellent overall size & shape, pretty head, expressive eye, carries herself well on the move but topline tends to run up a shade.
2 Tranchant, Levy & Sedgwick’s Int Lux Fr Ch Une Enchantresse De La Fieffe Au Son
Quality blen, rather between coats. Excellent overall type but could have a slightly larger eye & she too tends to lift a little in topline but like 1 she edged ahead of some good bitches on overall balance.
3 Hughes’ Ch Loranka's Celebration Time
Res Matthews’ Ronmal Black Eyed Susie
VHC Hughes’ Loranka's Star Surprise
   
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