Scottish Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 21st October 2006

Best of Breed - Chantismere Cha Cha
Best Opposite Sex - Deranmar Michael JW
Best Puppy - Ricksbury Royal Empress

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs.  Mrs P Stark
My thanks to the Scottish Club for a very warm, hospitable welcome, at a well-run, friendly show and to the exhibitors for their gracious acceptance of my decisions
CC Rennard's Deranmar Michael JW
RCC Town's Barsac Sadlers Wells JW
Best Puppy Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Valour
Veteran (5 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1 Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Celebration
This richly coloured nicely broken 7 yr old was put down to the minute and has not lost any of his showmanship over the years, masculine, evenly marked head with large dark eyes and good pigment framed by long full ears – good length of neck, firm short body and strong well angulated quarters – he moved purposefully keeping a level backline  - a lovely dog who still commands attention. Best Veteran In Show.
2 Sidgwick’s Ch Paulian Magpie JW
Neat little well broken and crisply marked tri who I have always admired – lovely head with lustrous eyes, rich tan highlights and sweet expression – good neck and shoulders – short cobby body and good quarters – a super showman who moved and showed with enthusiasm – just needs more coat to complete the picture.
3 Cockburn’s Evanola Talk of The Town at Phylmars
Res Mackenzie’s Damaron Deano
VHC Beattie’s Phrenchy Double Base at Norcrest
Minor Puppy (15, 3)  
1 Mowatt’s Asmena The Minstrel
Very compact richly coloured and rather heavily marked Blen of 6 months, shown in pristine condition – well shaped head with large expressive eyes and dense pigment – elegant reach of neck and firm compact body of flowing proportions – good round bone for his size – he moved with drive keeping a level topline and tail carriage – a happy showman.
2 Towse’s Miletree Jambo
Attractive richly coloured Blen of a similar type – excelled in head properties with huge dark eyes and the sweetest expressions – excellent length of neck and shoulder placement – body correct in all departments – he moved and showed willingly – two promising babies.
3 Coaker’s Homerbrent Beckham
Res Spark’s Sharvo Hal O’The Wynd
VHC Baillie’s Cavallino Rio
Puppy (9, 1)  
1 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Valour
Quality richly coloured and heavily marked Blen who caught my eye immediately and on further examination did not disappoint – his silky coat was well presented – classic head shape with large dark round eyes and dense pigment framed by well fringed ears – good length of neck set on to well laid shoulders – deep body with strong well let down quarters which he used to advantage on the move whilst keeping a level topline – a very promising exhibit – Best Puppy Dog
2 Rogerson’s Rabymar Courageous Heart
Most attractive B/T whose raven black coat with rich tan highlights shone with condition – nicely shaped masculine head with lovely dark eyes and gentle expression – excelled in length of neck and shoulder placement – firm body which was a little longer in the couplings than the winner – he moved with drive and showed happily.
3 Smith’s Beaudale Fields of Gold
Res Mowatt’s Asmena Sea Bird
VHC Hubbard’s Popolulu Dazzling Dempster
Junior (13, 2)  
1 Jones’ Timsar Mister Moonlighter
Very handsome richly coloured Blen whose silky coat was beautifully presented – classic head properties with large dark eyes and dense pigment framed by long well set ears – elegant reach of neck and shoulder placement – firm body and well angulated strong quarters – he moved with drive and purpose keeping a dead level topline and tail carriage – a lovely youngster who I feel with be troubling the best very soon.
2 Angell’s Charwelton Tate JW
Full coated and well broken Blen who was close up to the winner – he moved and showed well – lovely head with really large lustrous dark eyes and pigment to match and also the bonus of a perfect spot – good reach of neck and clean shoulder placement – body of good proportions – he presented a well balanced picture at all times.
3 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Alfie
Res McFarlane’s Merryoth Monteith
VHC Gaskell’s Jeilohn Evan
Maiden (7, 2)  
1 Rogerson’s Rabymar Courageous Heart
See 2nd in Puppy
2 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Its Chico Time
Very elegant 11 month old Blen shown in good well presented coat – lovely head so very typical of his breeding – good neck and shoulders – short coupled body and strong well angulated quarters – one of a nice size who moved with drive keeping a level backline – a lovely exhibit who just needs more confidence.
3 Bates’ Kavenka The Ghillie
Res Beattie’s Phylmars Bob Up for Norcrest
VHC Clydesdale’s Pamojill Heathcote
Novice (14, 3)  
1 Crane’s Cranvarl Royal Star Struck
Typey, nicely broken Blen shown in good coat and condition – good shape of skull with large dark eyes and pigment well framed by long full ears – elegant reach of neck and cobby well ribbed body – he used his strong quarters to advantage on the move – a happy showman.
2 Rennard’s Deranmar Christopher
Very well presented richly coloured Blen who presented an elegant well balanced picture both standing and on the move – shapely masculine head with lustrous dark eyes and dense pigment – body of good proportions – a willing and happy showman who just needs time to mature and fulfil his potential.
3 Costello’s Bevelmount Barricello
Res Swanston’s Lahume Jamisson of Pamojill (Imp)
VHC Lister’s Cachevell Dance In My Shadow
Yearling (9, 0)  
1 Town’s Barsac Sadler’s Wells JW
Eye-catching classically marked Tri shown in full coat – with a proudly carried head he moved with style keeping a perfect topline and tail carriage – lovely head with gentle expressive dark eyes, rich tan markings and long well feathered ears – excellent length of neck and shoulder placement – firm cobby body and strong well angulated quarters – he stood four-square presenting a balanced outline at all times – his quality, perfect showmanship and outgoing personality won him a well-deserved RCC.
2 Surman’s Allrena About Turn at Vallender
Quality well marked Blen who was unlucky to meet the winner today and was close-up – typical head with a very pleasing expression, dark eyes and pigment – excellent neck and shoulder placement – well ribbed firm body and strong quarters – his gleaming coat was put down to the minute – he moved with drive and was shown to advantage.
3 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Bruce
Res Green’s Cabbyleyr Puffin Billy
VHC Angell’s Brymarden Hot Potato for Charwelton
Graduate (9, 1)  
1 Mynott’s Honeybet My Way
Well presented richly coloured ruby of quality whose coat gleamed with condition – very well balanced and had good bone for his ideal size – very attractive head with large dark eyes and dense pigment – good neck and shoulder placement – cobby body and good quarters – he moved with drive keeping a level topline at all times.
2 Bull’s Ladash Bramble
Nicely marked Blen who was well shown and presented – masculine head with a pleasing expression, dark eyes, dense pigment and the bonus of a perfect spot – firm short body and good quarters – he showed and moved confidently.
3 McFarlane’s Cotterlee Cameron
Res Shone’s Cobalatino Candyman
VHC Gray’s Lorphil Lark for Evarclasi
Post Graduate (10, 4)  
1 Waters’ Maibee A Freelander
Very neat well broken Blen of a perfect size who appealed for Breed Type – he moved with drive and showed with enthusiasm – classic head shape with dark round eyes and dense pigment – firm cobby body of pleasing proportions and strong quarters – he kept a dead level topline both standing and on the move – his silky coat was well presented – a quality exhibit.
2 Claydon’s Brymarden Monterey
Richly coloured and rather heavier marked Blen shown in a good well presented coat – masculine head complete with a perfect spot and long full ears – deep firm body which was slightly longer in the couplings than the above – another who moved with drive and kept a level topline and tail carriage at all times.
3 Bates’ Kinvaar Mischief Maker
Res Renaud’s Ellen Harry Potter
VHC Gray’s Ricksbury Royal Manner for Evarclasi
Special Post Graduate (Wholecolour) (5, 1)  
1 Coaker’s Ttitian Puppeteer of Homerbrent JW
Most attractive typey ruby whose richly coloured coat was put down to the minute and gleamed with condition – well shaped masculine head with dark expressive eyes and excellent pigmentation throughout – firm cobby body and well let down quarters – he moved with drive and style.
2 Loynd’s Crimbledale Cotton Trader
Heavily coated and well presented B/T with rich tan highlights – masculine head with long full well placed ears – elegant length of neck and shoulder placement – firm body which was lightly longer in the couplings than the above – another who showed well keeping a level backline.
3 Lunam’s Mellow Moment with Flossybrook
Res Todd’s Muirlee Aonach Mor
Special Post Graduate (Particolour) (11, 2)  
1 Sloan’s Lyndabelle Lennox at Turretbank
Upstanding richly coloured little Blen of a perfect size and presented in full well presented coat – lovely head with dark eyes and a sweet expression – good reach of neck and short deep body – strong well let down quarters which he used to advantage on the move – a very pleasing happy showman who moved with style.
2 Gillhespy’s Lorphil Lyphard JW ShCM
Nicely marked Blen with an attractive head of the correct proportion – firm well ribbed body and good quarters – a very sound exhibit who moved and showed to advantage.
3 Bull’s Ladash Bramble
Res Baker’s Nevhill’s Navarra
VHC Grant’s Cavallino Dante of Rothes
Limit (9, 1)  
1 Costello’s Beauella Radzinski JW
Impressive well broken Blen whose profuse coat was put down to the minute – masculine head with dark eyes, dense pigment and intelligent expression framed by long full ears – adequate length of neck and clean shoulder placement – firm deep cobby body and strong well let down quarters – he moved with drive keeping a level topline – a quality exhibit who was close-up in the challenge.
2 Stanley’s Stanhome Lord of The Rings
Upstanding young well broken Blen who stood four-square presenting a balanced picture at all times – lovely head with dark expressive eyes and excellent pigmentation – good length of crested neck and well laid shoulders – firm body and good quarters – he moved confidently.
3 Coaker’s Kinevor Curtis of Homerbrent JW ShCM
Res Claydon’s Brymarden Montana JW
VHC Rix & Berry’s Ellisiana Crusader for Ricksbury
Special Open (Wholecolour) (4, 1)  
1 Lamont’s Moorfields Mooiste
Very handsome B/T shown in full gleaming coat – he has the most lovely head and his heavily fringed ears framed large dark expressive eyes highlighted by rich tan markings – good length of neck and clean shoulder placement – short deep body and good angulation – he moved with drive keeping a level topline whilst presenting a well balanced outline – close up in the challenge.
2 Rogerson’s Rabymar Apollo
Another impressive B/T made on slightly larger and longer lines than the above – good head properties with large eyes and an pen intelligent expression – firm body with well angulated quarters – another that kept a level backline on the move.
3 Lunam’s Flossybrook Total Eclipse
Special Open (Resident in Scotland) (8, 1)  
1 Baillie’s Fyrnrose Lachie JW
Well broken richly coloured Blen shown in good coat and condition – nice head and pleasing expression when he did not drop his ears – correctly tapering muzzle and dark pigment – good length of neck and shoulder placement – firm body and good quarters – he moved with drive with a very good tail carriage and showed well.
2 Baillie’s Cavallino Magic Spirit
Another very well broken Blen with a lovely head and sweet open expression – large dark eyes and pigment to match – very shapely firm body – he moved and showed happily.
3 Sloan’s Lyndabell Louis at Turretbank
Res Swanston’s Pamojill Captain Moss ShCM
VHC Gray’s Lorphic Lark for Evarclasi
Open (7, 0)  
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Michael JW
This perfectly marked richly coloured Blen fitted my interpretation of the Breed Standard, the more I looked at him the more he impressed me - classic masculine head with just the right amount of cushioning - large dark expressive eyes and dense pigment framed by long well set ears and the bonus of a perfect lozenge - each part of his well proportioned body fitted neatly into the next to give a balanced outline - elegant reach of crested neck and well laid shoulders - firm cobby body and well let down quarters - he moved with style and purpose carrying his head proudly whilst keeping a dead level backline at all times - his correct size, type, perfect deportment and beautifully presented silky coat made him irresistible and I was delighted to award him the CC.
2 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
Richly coloured Blen of whom much has been written during his illustrious career – lovely head with lustrous dark eyes and pigment to match, firm body and well let down quarters – his profuse coat was perfectly presented and he moved happily but not so truly today as I know he can – a lovely dog of which to be very proud.
3 Sandlan’s Arenkote Firedancer JW
Res Kerr’s Kinvaar Obsession JW
VHC Ackroyd-Gibson’s Acewall Enigma from Toraylac

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Bitches  Mrs N Inglis
CC Hegarty's Chantismere Cha Cha
RCC Jones' Timsar Miss B'Witchin
Best Puppy Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Empress
Veteran (8) Super class of "Golden girls".
1 Wheeler's Sharonaz Melody for Drumhaye
Nicely turned out 9 year old blenheim. Quite the pin up in her long, sleek, well marked coat. Pretty face features with great eyes that rivalled any seen later in the day. Just as they should be large, round and dark giving a kind expression. Nose black. Long ears. Well made body parts that fitted nicely together.  Showed keenly and moved with style. Just starting to soften in topline. Teems with the sort of breed type we mustn't lose.
2 Shone's Ch Korraines Atlantica 
A favourite and at 7 this "youngster" ran the winner close. Another well marked blenheim who covered the ring with an easy stride. Correct Cavalier head with good eyes. Ideal size and scores for neat, tidy body shape. Shorter than 1. Her pigmentation let her down today and she lacked sparkle. Appreciated her qualities early in her career and she makes a creditable champion.
3 Glen's Sandbrae Atomic Blue
Res Sandlan's  Arenkote Quick Step
VHC Morrison's Ailcres Blue Heaven
Minor Puppy (22) First 2 places went to deserving daughters of "Billy Elliot".
1 Gaskell's Jeilohn Lucinda.
Cracking tri youngster of 7 months who stands showing a smart outline. Lovely generous head with good filling. Dark eyes and rich tan in all the correct places.  Good neck and shoulders leading into level topline and finished off with good tail set. Loved her make and shape and her correct construction let her outmove her competitors. Strong rear. Short distance from hock to floor.  A chip off the old block. Black but beautiful.
2 Towse's Miletree Jennifer 
Another tricolour with good expectations. This one with text book markings and the black/white and rich tan were all strategically placed to appeal. Feminine head with pretty features giving a soft expression that looked even better when she brought forward her ears. Proficient mover. At this stage in development a little rangier than winner who looked more together.
3 Crozier's Korraines Amelia
Res Gillhespy’s Lorphil Luna Lovegood
VHC Boardman's Volney Shiraz
Puppy (14) Lovely class with perhaps some of Britain’s Next Top Models?
1 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Empress 
Upmarket blenheim who scores for neck, shoulders, topline and tailset. Blanket markings, whereas 2 was better broken, but this worked in her favour emphasising her clean outline. Fitted easily into my line up of small, pretty headed, well made bitches of good breed type. Perhaps a little more fill under the eyes needed but the gentle expression is there and will soften more with time. Carried herself with style displaying fluid and accurate movement. 11 months old so had the edge on maturity in body and coat over some of the younger, less advanced bitches in this class. Plenty of soft furnishings completed the picture. BPIS
2 Goodwin's Lanola Move Over Darling
Another choice blenheim who ran the winner close. Much the same age but carried less coat and was not so willing to show off her good points both standing and on the move. Sweet head with glorious eyes. In fact all you would want in head properties. Flat skull, correct length of nose, shallow stop, black pigment, good filling. When she decides to apply herself, will win well.
3 Hughes' Loranka's Magic Moments
Res Sansom's Byermoor Queens Maid
VHC Lovell's Lovetrac Lulabelle
Junior (6) Several (11 in fact) winners today were sired by Maibee Montrose including
1 Jones' Timsar Miss B'Witchin  
Lovely young blenheim just 18 months who has inherited so much that is good from her parents and I saw more than a hint of "Silkience". The best head here today. True Cavalier expression. Sweet and refined resulting from dark, mellow eyes, correct skull/muzzle dimensions, and coal black pigment. Came within the size I was seeking with good angulation front and rear finished off by excellent tail. Convincing mover. Deep chestnut coat although blanketed did not diminish her glamour. Good match for "CHA CHA" as both stand out for breed type. They looked right together. BITCH RCC
2 Fox-Shone's Ch Pamedna Touch of Fan-TC 
Another pretty face. 15 month old tricolour already in the record books as the youngest champion. Flattering model markings making her nigh impossible to miss. Now back in coat she looks a picture. Expressive eyes and well set ears. Clear, cushioned muzzle giving desired softness. Body is firm and well developed. Just pipped at the post by the stunning head and better tail set of winner but a worthy titleholder.
3 Saunders' Trueena Alice Springs at Rapido
Res Gillhespy's Asmena Angelique
VHC Todd's Muirlee Little Charmer
Maiden (10)  
1 Sansom's Byermoor Queen's Maid
Petite blenheim who came 4th in strong puppy class and was more settled here. At 11 months head still developing and is now on the threshold of having to join the older classes. Can be a difficult transition.  Blanket markings on well shaped body. Small and pretty with good tail carriage.
2 Lovell's Maibee Roslin at Lovetrac
The Standard asks for the chestnut on blenheims to be rich. The coat colour on this exhibit is glorious. Bright, rich and vibrant and so eye catching. Has lovely eyes and with her other facial features forms a pretty expression. Dainty frame with adequate bone for size and short hocks. Didn't match hind movement of winner but a bitch with her breeding can only be an asset.
3 Baillie's Fyrnrose Morwyn Star
Res Hughes' Lorankas Star Princess
VHC Whitfield's Bevelmount Madelaine
Novice (10)  
1 Jones' Timsar Miss B'Dazzlin
Bigger and longer blenheim than my ideal but she is well made with good breed points. Nice head shape, black nose, good neck and shoulders, level topline. Litter sister to RCC winner. Not quite the quality of her littermate but definitely useful.
2 McFarlane's Merryoth Miss Daisy
Easy on the eye affectionate blenheim. Looked well in her classic marked coat. The chestnut was rich and the white pearly with plenty of feathering.  Less rangy than winner and she suited me better for size but was unable to match front assembly of winner and subsequently did not move as fluently.
3 Kerr's Kinvaar Kinky Boots
Res Bayliss' Castlewytch Sweet Sherry
VHC Bull's Ladash Bryony
Yearling (13)  
1 Hegarty's Chantismere Cha Cha
Delicious little blenheim who had my attention from the start. Her gentle face, rich colouring, dense pigment and clean cut outline  make her impossible to miss.  Although heavily marked her solid chestnut saddle with white around collar and over rump did not lessen her appeal. Balanced head with typical features. Round, dark, soulful eyes. Flat skull. Feathered ears. Short coupled body with good ribs.  Excellent tail carriage and very sound on the move.  Lovely coat finish. She is relatively new to the showring and this was only her 3rd outing, so could perhaps learn to sell herself more. But she did enough and I could not resist her. BITCH CC.  My co judge, Paula Stark, was equally as enthusiastic about her choice so we opted for the decision of the referee, Caroline Compston. She went with the bitch who took BIS.
2 Armitt's Brasingamen Margot Fonteyn
Nicely bred little blenheim built on classic lines with the hallmark of quality. Charming head with correctly finished foreface. Dark eyes, large and round. Better marked than 1. but could not match her pigmentation. Outgoing and friendly, her good nature was apparent. Should have no problem staying in the cards.
3 Gaskell's Jeilohn Tuppence
Res Rogerson's Rabymar Sixpence
VHC Swanston's Pamojill Lady Fern
Graduate (3)  
1 Herbison's Paulian Love Letter
Almost, but not quite, a Veteran. Bonny tricolour with narrow blaze and lots of coat that needs more attention. Today it was rather unruly marring her outline. Felt good on the table with decent construction. Good size. All alone and took full advantage of the ring to show her steady movement.
Post Graduate (15)  
1 Hegarty's Chantismere Cha Cha
See Yearling
2 Waters' Maibee Gentle Touch
Effervescent blenheim who is hard to over look for breed type and outline. Great ears, long, silky and thick framing a pretty face  with beautiful big brown eyes that contribute substantially to her delicious expression. Super nose pigment.  Lovely size and animated on the move. Just needs to be moved at a steady pace. Like several good ones here today lacked coat but apart from that needs little modification.
3 Rix & Berry's Ricksbury Royal Emerald
Res Mynott's Honeybet Hot Rosie Lee
VHC Bayliss' Castlewych Rose
Special Post Graduate (Wholecolour) (8)  
1 Whitfield's Alberica Focus on Red
Dainty little ruby whose coat was starting to change. 18 months old.  The "between coats" stage looks worse in this colour than any of the others but despite this she appealed for her femininity and balanced outline. Friendly and outgoing. Typical head, slightly rounded with dark eyes, long ears and smashing pigment. Well set on tail carried level. If moved too fast can be guilty of high stepping. A quality bitch.
2 Rogerson's Rabymar Sixpence
Spruce black/tan of same age sporting a quality coat that gleamed. Pleasing head just a touch doggy for my taste. Dense black coat and bright tan points. Nice neck with well angulated shoulders. Size up from winner.
3 Smith's Beaudale Quite Contrary JW
Res McCabe's Kenmilfore Bonny Lass
VHC Heath's Breidden October Morn
Special Post Graduate (Particolour) (9)  
1 Boardman's Volney April Love
When I read my notes there were plenty of positives written which left me wondering why this blenheim hasn't won more. She has so much that is required. Model markings on a silky coat. Good front assembly with adequate neck and well laid shoulders. Level topline and pleasing tail carriage.  Good size with appropriate bone. Pretty, gentle head. She even has a lozenge! . Sometimes dogs with one outstanding feature and sufficient in other areas can stand over the exhibit who is satisfactory in all departments but lacks that something extra. My guess is she has just been unlucky when faced with stiff competition. Feel she is good enough to do some useful winning.
2 Wheeler's Homerbrent Bliss
Gentle faced blenheim with dark, round eyes who today, unlike the winner, lacked the enthusiasm for the ring and was not giving her all. Glossy rich chestnut markings. Good size but must watch her weight. Super breed type.
3 Armitt's Brasingamen Deep Opal
Res Bull’s Ladash Bryony
VHC Anderson's Lyncraeg Genevieve At Glenlora
Limit (13)  
1 Sansom's Byermoor Queen's English JW
Spectator judging can be deceiving as I found myself appreciating this blenheim more than I expected. Whilst her head is pretty and agreeable, it is not wow, but the rest of her more than compensates. Loved her size and body shape. Neck, shoulders and topline fitted well together. Good front and just as impressive rear. Movement was spot on and in fact was probably the best moving bitch in the entry. Super to watch in profile. To top it all she was in good coat. In my final four and deserved to be.
2 Paterson's Phrenchy Pollyanna
A blenheim with a lot going for her. Good head piece and strong pigment in nose, eyes and carried through to coat. Straight, silky furnishings and lots of them. Can look stunning standing but tends to be slouchy on the move and occasionaly fly her tail. A bitch who could go all the way and a change in handling technique may just work.
3 Waters' Maibee Dolores
Res Hindle's Ellisiana Shan Tung
VHC Goodwin's Lanola Sweet Wild Rose
Special Open (Wholecolour) (5)  
1 Boardman's Volney Sarah
Bonny black/tan with typical head framed by long feathered ears. Big eyes and shallow stop contributing to soft expression. Presented a crisp outline with reachy neck and correct angulation in shoulder and stifle. Good ribs. Full bodied and shown in dense black coat with bright tan markings. This exhibitor has an impressive string of bitches at present.
2 Glen's Sandbrae Beyond The Blue
Another attractive black/tan equally as pretty. Spot on for size with good angles front and rear. The condition of this exhibitor's dogs is worthy of mention. They simply gleamed. Better topline of 1 sealed it.
3 Morrison's Ailcres Blue Heaven
Special Open (Resident in Scotland) (7)  
1 McFarlane's Merryoth Maeve
Energetic tricolour with lots of "wag". Flattering markings fairly well broken. Other good points are neat body with well sprung ribs, gentle face, expressive, dark eyes of the right size and shape and sound movement. Moderate bone. Masses of coat. I like animation but feel her enthusiasm needs direction!
2 Ballantine's Middleshot Emma
Loved the gentle face on this 2 year old blenheim with the ingredients that makes the Cavalier head and expression appealing. Flat skull, good eyes, shallow stop, correct balance of skull to muzzle, framed by long feathered ears. Holds herself well on the move showing off a balanced outline and meets so many of the standard requirements. Looking glamorous in a lush, well marked, coat. As pretty in head as winner but a size bigger and not the tail carriage which were the deciding factors.
3 Sutherland's Ebonleigh Desert Lightning
Res Glen's Sandbrae Rhapsody In Blue
VHC Anderson's Kinvaar Hot Couture
Open (5)  
1 Levy & Sedgwick's Int Ch Une Enchanteresse de la Fieffe au Songeur
3 year old French bred blenheim who measures up well to the Toy Spaniel image. Feminine with a pretty head full of breed type. Neatly made with attractive profile. Loved her balance. Size and bone are just right and she stood 4 square, wagging happily. Outgoing in temperament that showed itself on the move where she impressed and went with confidence and precision holding a level topline and rudder tail. Should have little trouble making it to the top when her coat grows back. What was there was well marked, silky and shiny. In the final four.
2 Goodwin's Ch Lanola Salsa JW ShCM
I have watched and appreciated this blenheim champion from the ringside and she handles well on examination. Love her breed type and colouring and when on form she is a force. Feminine face with lovely eyes and long ears and the balance of skull to muzzle is spot on. Neck sits well on sloping shoulders. One size bigger than 1.and although carrying more coat was less convincing on the move and did not seem to be concentrating on the job in hand.
3 Hughes' Lorankas Star Surprise
Res Crane's Spindlepoint First Course For Cranvarl
VHC Hegarty & Fitzpatrick's Chantismere Silent Moon

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