Humberside Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 11th June 2006

 
Best of Breed - Brymarden Moon River
Best Opposite Sex - Pascavale Bruce

Best Puppy -
Lochbuie Geordie
Dog Results Bitch Results

Dogs. Mr G Inglis
It was a great compliment to be asked to judge at this show. My thanks to the Committee and exhibitors for the opportunity.
Although held indoors, a stifling hot day made it a little uncomfortable for dogs, exhibitors and judge. The overall quality of the exhibits was disappointing and reflects the standard of dogs being shown currently. A few very good ones and the rest ranging from average to mediocre. While the Kennel Club provides certificates to those dogs eligible for entry in the Stud Book, it describes this as a prestigious publication which lists the most successful dogs competing. It was with this in mind that I withheld all but the first place in the Open Dog Class. While the Open Class is indeed just that, open to all, I felt it inappropriate that, at a show with such an extensive classification, dogs that may not even be out of Novice were entered in this class only.
That said, I would emphasise my satisfaction with most of my class winners and higher placings. In particular, my five final contenders, Bruce, Jamie, Enchanting, Puppeteer and Stanley. All of them fulfilled my requirements for size, type and balance. In the end I opted for the litter brothers, with Bruce just edging it with the quality of his head and expression over Jamie's most attractive profile both standing and on the move. Bruce had to give way to the Bitch CC and Reserve CC winners, Brymarden Moon River and Ch Loranka's Celebration Time, on their maturity and more accomplished showmanship. However, he'll have other days. Many of them, I'm sure. Lady's Day was completed when I found my co-judge, Stephen Goodwin's best bitch puppy, Lochbuie Geordie, totally captivating and agreed that she was Best Puppy in Show.
CC Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Bruce
RCC Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Jamie
Best Puppy Davies & Williams’ Bowcara Casanova
     
Minor Puppy (18) Overall a very disappointing class. The first two stood out.
1 Davies & Williams’ Bowcara Casanova 
7 month old tricolour with best shape in class. Fluent on the move with good head and expression. Mouth finish just under. Great eyes and well marked coat presented in superb condition. Best Puppy Dog.
2 Koster's Harana Manilow
Classy ruby, same age but looking young in head as yet. Plenty of body built on a good frame. Excellent size. Straight coat with good finish.
3 Hawse's Kersmere Rhapsody
Res Stokes' Phrenchy Endeavour to Scouriemore
VHC Hall's Muffity The Performer
Puppy (14)  
1 Towse's Miletree Signature
Well deserving blenheim of 11 months. Rich colouring. Correct construction and flowing balanced outline. Dark, round eyes and attractive expression. Moved particularly well. Correct shoulders, neck and topline.
2 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Alfie
10 and half months blenheim. Many of the same comments apply. A size smaller and more appealing in expression but just lost out to winner going away.  Two excellent prospects
3 Powell's Margareith Lucky Leo
Res Gamble's Llefelys Blaze Of Glory from Lisgarth
VHC Gaskell's Jeilohn Evan
Junior (22)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Jamie 
Blenheim in mint condition, absolutely gleaming. Perfect for size and balance. Very gentle in outlook. Dark eyes and good topskull. Beautifully balanced profile movement.   Reserve Dog CC
2 Stanley's Stanhome Lord Of The Rings
Larger blenheim but his balanced outline was so satisfying. Very rich colouring with clearly defined markings making winner look pale. Excellent neck and shoulders and good topline and tailset. Head of pleasing type with good eyes and pigment
3 Boardman's Volney Gazpacho
Res Turnbull's Peakdowns Parker
VHC Bull's Ladash Bramble
Yearling (10) A small class but 3 good ones headed the line up
1 Hughes' Loranka's Enchanting
Tricolour with a most pleasing head and expression. Lovely eyes and good skull and foreface. Well made with good neck and shoulders and a thick coat. Moved steadily with style. Head properties clinched this close contest.
2 Surman's Allrena About Turn to Vallender
Blenheim with well broken markings and wealth of coat. Very satisfying outline although white markings can deceive. Pleasing head type and steady on the move. Close decision with 3rd place preferring head type of 2.
3 Gilbert's Toshini Benito at Charverale
Res Stokes' Hold That Dream for Scouriemore
VHC McFarlane's Cotterlee Cameron
Novice (13) What a Novice Class. Not many of the 8 new dogs will remain so for long.
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Bruce
Winner was a delightful tricolour. So pleasing in head. Soft expression and good ears. Satisfying outline and very steady in profile movement. Dog CC
2 Jones' Timsar Mister Moonshiner
Blenheim with excellent head type and good body shape. Deep rich colouring. A shade longer than winner but no disgrace to be second in this class.
3 Mynott's Honeybet My Way
Res Costello's Bevelmount Barricello
VHC Fisk's Rebhann Rebellion
Graduate (9)  
1 Coaker's Ttitian Puppeteer at Homerbrent
Well balanced ruby of ideal size and proportions. Typy in head with expressive eyes. Good neck, shoulders and topline. Moved well in profile. A little casual with his tail.
2 Hallam's Tashmit Freeserve at Oldberne
Blenheim of correct size with most appealing head. Good eyes and nose pigment. Very soft outlook. Long richly coloured coat. Moved ok if not to best advantage. Feel he could do better.
3 Hall's Zolas Super League
Res Maclaine's Lochbuie Playing To The Gallery
VHC Li's Avalcier Manhatten
Post Graduate (17)  
1 Renaud's Ellenaud Harry Potter
Not in his best coat but this revealed a very pleasing outline with correct neck shoulders, topline and tailset that all came together on the move. Attractive type of head. Good flat skull and high earset with long leathers. Rich colouring.
2 Korn's Sandusk Monterey
3 year old blenheim with a wealth of coat on a good sized body with a head of most pleasing type. Soft expression and deep pigment. Good eyes. Liked him a lot but not so satisfying in profile movement. Doesn't use his neck to advantage
3 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Hi Class
Res Morgan's Cleocath Carregdou at Sohanastar
VHC Tarabad's Khatibi Duncan Disorderly
Veteran (5) Only 3 here but these all  had quality.
1 Philpott's Ch Royal Influence of Charterwood
Winner a delightful 9 year old blenheim who showed how to move. So accurate going and coming and a perfect topline and head carriage in profile. Soft expression and dark eyes. Good coat and condition. No excess weight.
2 Grant's Granasil Black Jack
Sprightly black/tan with a most impressive head. Heavier in foreface than my ideal. In grand condition and moving with swagger.
3 Vout's Geronsart Sunset at Touvas
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (13)  
1 Maclaine's Lochbuie Billy Elliot
Typy blenheim with an appealing head and expression. Good neck and shoulders and topline and well bodied with a wealth of coat. Moved well. Good eye and nose pigment. Particularly strong hind movement
2 Armitt's Brasingamen Fire Opal
Blenheim of good size. Slightly lighter built all through than winner. Good head piece and generous outlook. Plenty of coat of good texture. Keeping his shape on the move.
3 Baillie's Fyrnrose Lachie
Res Hughes’ Loranka's Party Games
VHC Ace's Ashtelle Debonair
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (4) First two unplaced in earlier classes
1 Tarabad's Khatibi Eamon High 
Winner small and well marked with a compact body. Head a shade underdone but at 14 months still has scope to develop. Movement could be steadier.
2 Hannam's Cachevell Rock On Tommy
Won over 3 on correct size and balance. Did not appeal in expression but skull and muzzle shape ok. Plenty of coat of good texture. Hind movement let him down
3 Cole's Darozel De Montoya at Christobeth
Special Mid Limit Black/Tan (7)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Stanley
Full coated. Small and compact with delightful expression despite the heat. Excellent for size and balance although huge coat can deceive. Perfect in topline and tailset and moving with verve.
2 Koster's Dortmund Take A Chance Harana
A shade bigger but well made and balanced with good neck and shoulders. Topline went a bit on the move and he can stand loose. Very satisfying in head type. Good eyes and muzzle shape. Moved proficiently
3 Morgan’s Cleocath Carregdou at Sohanastar
Res Baillie's Aldoricka Uriah
VHC Lunams' Flossybrook Total Eclipse
Special Mid Limit Ruby (5)  
1 North's Jalesto Now I'm Here
Junior dog with lots to like. Pleasing head with good eyes and muzzle shape. Balanced outline and fluent mover.
2 Loades' Rosirius Razzle Dazzle
A shade bigger and more racy body. Head type ok but a bit too deep in stop for my taste. Good coat in fine condition. Moving lost his outline and not so good behind
3 Baillie's Aldoricka Utah
Res Lunam's Flossybrook Total Eclipse
VHC O'Callaghan's Amantra Star Shine
Limit (10)  
1 Kirschbaum & Vordersrasse's Miletree Nessun Dorma
Blenheim in excellent coat and condition. Head type ok. Reminded me of Puppy winner. Good outline with neck shoulders and tailset appealing. Pleasing on the move both ways. Edged this class on condition and presentation.
2 Costello's Beauella Radzinski
Very attractive outline with perfect balance in profile. Pleasing head type with large eyes and good earset. Stood almost too attentively and lacked animation. Moved well. Have seen him in better bib and tucker.
3 Coaker's Kinevor Curtis Of Homerbrent
Res Crozier's Korraines Jerome
VHC Crane's Cranvarl Royal Clansman
Open (6)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt's Lymrey Hi Command JW
Blenheim a size larger than my ideal. Despite this all is well assembled and fits well. Moves with style and panache and in gleaming coat. A fine example but too much of him for me.
2 & 3 Withheld  

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Bitches Mr S Goodwin
It is always an honour and privilege to be asked to judge a club show. I would like to thank the officer and committee for inviting me to judge, and to my stewards who were very helpful and efficient. Angela Bolland and Philip Lovel. I was delighted with the quality, however, I find several dogs to be long in body. The breed standard asks for a short –coupled dog, with a good spring of rib. I found all my winners and placings to be of high quality. Best in Show Brymarden Moon River and Reserve Best in Show Ch. Loranka’s Celebration Time, and Best Puppy in Show Lochbuie Geordie.
CC Claydon's Brymarden Moon River
RCC Hughes' Ch Loranka's Celebration Time
Best Puppy Maclaine’s Lochbuie Geordie
     
Minor Puppy    
1 Towse’s Miletree Kiss and Tell
Blen 7 month old with a good shape, fluent on the move, nice head and eyes, good body, level topline.
2 Surman’s Vallender Marley
Blen 8 month old, another with a good shape, lovely outline, moved well, pretty head, coat coming through and a nice texture. Presented in lovely condition. Close decision.
3 Water’s Maibee Carrera
Tri 8 month nice type, good construction, moved well once she settled. Very good rich tan, nice head for age with dark eyes.
Puppy    
1 Maclaine’s Lochbuie Geordie
Blen with the most feminine and lovely expression, lovely coat texture, moved with drive and showed none stop. I seriously considered her for the Reserve CC. This was the first of four class winners I put up sired by Maibee Montrose. What a type and valuable sire this dog is proving to be. Best Puppy In Show.
2 Barnard’s Toshini Ev
Blen 11 month old soft gentle expression, lovely outline and shape. Moved well.
3 Li’s Avalcier Sakura
Blen 10 month old lovely dark eyes, just wished she made more of herself, lacked animation.
Junior    
1 Fisk’s Rebhann Argento
Ruby 14 months old soft gentle expression with dark eyes and good pigmentation, rich chestnut colour, short coupled. Sadly in the challenge she would not cooperate with her handler.
2 Fox-Shones’ Pamedna Touch of Fan TC
Tri with excellent markings, good head and eyes, still a puppy but sadly today was affected by the heat. Who can blame her, it was a hot humid day.
3 Horan’s Elmlin Elvie
Blen 15 month old, nice head and expression, short coupled, moved well, shown in good condition.
Yearling    
1 Home’s Leogem Minuet JW
Blen well constructed with good spring of rib, would have preferred a softer expression, good pigment, moved confidently which won her this class.
2 Wheeler’s Homebrent Bliss
Blen with a lovely head, jet black eyes and pigment. I thought she would have been my winner but not the temperament of the winner.
3 Water’s Maibee Gentle Touch
Blen good shape and lovely rich chestnut colour, good angulation with large round eyes, just needs her coat to complete the picture.
Novice    
1 Jones’ Timsar Miss B’Witchin
Blen very feminine with dark round eyes, rich chestnut, moved well with a level topline, good tail carriage, never stopped wagging, in excellent condition.
2 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Sugar Babe
Blen nice outline and attractive head, not in coat today but nothing to hide, not as free in movement as the winner.
3 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Horwyn Star
Blen with nice eyes and ideal size and shape. Moved well, good topline.
Graduate    
1 Water’s Maibee Disenchanted
Blen compact well balanced with good head, soft expression and dark eyes, moved well, just coming back into coat.
2 Whitfield’s Beauella Kasino at Bevelmont JW
Blen well constructed, short coupled, good head and dark eyes, just feeling the heat and lacked the animation of the winner.
3 Boardman’s Volney April Love
Blen nice head and dark eyes, moved well, correct size.
Veteran    
1 Wheeler’s Sharonaz Melody of Drumhaye
Blen not showing no sign of age in colour or movement, moved with style, nice dark eyes and soft melting expression, excellent temperament.
2 Underwood’s Vanmarlen Cherry Blossom for Neddaow
Tri lovely outline with soft expression, presented and handled well.
3 Godwin’s Linjato My Destiny at Simpatico
Blen, nice head, level topline, moved well, enjoyed her day out.
Post Graduate    
1 Bloomfield’s Oaklake Banana Split
Tri appealing feminine head, large dark eyes and soft expression, good reach of neck, short coupled, sound. Put down in lovely condition.
2 Salisbury’s Clopsville Grin Fizz
Blen feminine head, lovely type, short coupled, well balanced with good pigment, close decision.
3 Costello’s Beauella Kiss This
Blen, nice head with good pigment, level topline, moved with drive, well balanced.
Special Mid Limit Blenheim    
1 Claydon’s Brymarden Moon River JW
Outstanding quality, correctly shaped head with large dark round eyes, level skull, well set ears, correct length of muzzle, giving a melting expression, good body and ribcage and well turned stifles, holding a level topline moving and standing, free flow movement, excellent lively temperament. I was thrilled to award her the CC. Pleased to hear this was her 3rd with my co judge Gordon Inglis,Best in Show.
2 Maclaine’s Pennygown Reaction
Lovely head and dark eyes, good breed type, so good in profile with firm and level topline, good tail carriage, positive movement.
3 Park’s Keyingham Cliantha
Lovely head properties, good neck, shoulders, shown in good coat, correct texture.
Special Mid Limit Tricolour    
1 McFarlane’s Merryoth Maeve
Compact bitch. Lovely silky coat, generous rich tan markings, kind expressive head, good turn of stifle. Good bone, moved well, showed well in a serene relaxed manner
2 Moulden’s Forever Romance of Whitecroft
Another very pretty tri, not in the same condition as the winner. Moved and showed well, just lacking coat today.
3 Wilson’s Willos Joella
Nice size, good angulation and topline, just losing her outline on the move and carrying a little too much weight.
Special Mid Limit Black and Tan    
1 Smith’s Beaudale Ebony Eyes
Rich tan markings with a soft head. Spirit level topline and good tailset. Moved well, would have preferred her to be a little more balanced.
2 Payne’s Catemmsal Party Doll
Good quality, lovely soft generous head. In good condition, moved well.
3 Grant’s Granasil Ring of Fire
Another with a good head, good tan, moved well, just carrying a little too much weight.
Special Mid Limit Ruby    
1 Smith’s Beaudale Quite Contrary JW
Good quality, graceful outline standing and on the move, nice head with dark eyes. Gleaming chestnut coat in good condition.
2 Grant’s Granasil Rosy Glow
Good chestnut colour, well laid shoulders and angulated hocks, good topline, moved well, just between coats.
3 Koster’s Harana Lily Marlene
Nice head, well made and moved well, slightly long cast and up to size.
Limit    
1 Bloomfield’s Oaklake Debbie Harry
Blen good head with excellent pigment. Good shoulders and angulation, moved with drive, shown and handled well.
2 Hughes’ Loranka’s Star Surprise
Ruby of good quality, good head with a soft expression, good shoulders and hind angulation, not showing well and who could blame her, it was so hot. I thought this would have been my class winner but I’m sure her handler knows what cost her the class.
3 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Bee Baw Babbity JW
Blen very feminine head with dark eyes, sweet disposition, lots to like about this one.
Open    
1 Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Celebration Time
Blen good head and dark eyes, topline is excellent and super construction. Good coat and free mover. When I first saw her thought she was a little heavy in shoulders but on close inspection it was coat. Res CC and Res Best in Show.
2 Parker’s Ch Jordanic Lira
Blen, quality richly marked, dark eyes, correct confirmation, well angulated hind quarters which she used to advantage. I would have preferred a little more cushion.
3 Water’s Maibee Delores
Blen of correct size, good type, moved well and truly, pretty head and expression, showed all the time and temperament cannot be faulted.


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