Paignton & District Fanciers Association
Championship Show - 12th July 2007

 
Best of Breed - Ch Aranel Cosmic
Best Opposite Sex - Craigowl Norah Batty
Best Puppy - Deranmar Francesca

Dog Results Bitch Results
 
Dogs. Mr M Brook ( LILLICO )
My sincere thanks for what where such a good entry for this show. I enjoyed being back in the ring and although do not show these days still have the same enthusiasm and interest in the breed as ever.
C.C.
Smith & Aldous' Ch Aranel Cosmic
R.C.C.
Inglis' Craigowl Ryton JW
Best Puppy
Biggs' Kellorian Head Over Heels
     
Minor Puppy (14 Entries, 3 Absent)  
1 Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels
This small chunky bundle of fun was out for a good time and enjoyed every minute. At just six months there is much that will change but a delightful head, expressive eye and good pigment together with the promise of a good quality coat which has rich chestnut markings on pearly white, auger well for the future. Cobby little chap who had real substance not at all weedy and well off for bone. He was a busy and natural showman and if all the bits especially movement come together I think I detected some promise for the future. Looking at his breeding his grandsire seems influential here.BPD
2 Fox-Shone’s Miskhill Pol Roger
Another well bred blenheim who moved and showed well, also another with promise but like many of the better ones in these early classes seemed slightly immature and raw for his eight months. Will watch with interest to see how he matures. Put down to a high standard and well handled.
3 Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Prince Of Thieves
Res Vella’s Cinderlace Rodrigo
VHC Coaker’s Homerbrent Marshall
Puppy (9,0)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Aramis
Nice puppy with most pleasing head with dark eye and good pigment, good neck, perfect topline and good angulation especially to rear. Most attractive blenheim markings, coat still to come and at the stage where legs and body not quite in unison, when he fills that frame could well be a good prospect.
2 Coaker’s Homerbrent Masterrmind
Excellently presented well-coated dog of model construction that moved and showed well, preferred head of first.
3 Craig’s Aldachell The Traveller
Res Maxey’s Minelda Q The Music
VHC Knight’s Carolus Tommy Atkins
Junior (11,1)  
1 Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Vaudeville
A very flashy and striking blenheim with a distinct type of coat and markings. Liked his size and head shape with just enough muzzle. Moved extremely well in both directions, good tail carriage, great confidence and style, owned the ring in this class, well handled. Would like a little more body.
2 Name Withheld Name Withheld
Very classy mature dog, really great coat, colour and texture, with all the feathering. Not quite the same mould as his sire. Has a strong masculine head, excellent neck, moved with real drive from behind and showed well. Great presentation. Just preferred the overall size and muzzle of the first.
3 Boardman’s Volney Bonanza
Res Hubbard’s Popolulu Dazzling Dempster
VHC Carter’s Anberan Mochatini
Yearling (9, 2)  
1 Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Blaze Away JW
This is a quality tri-coloured dog with a well-conditioned coat that is raven black and with the richest tan markings, which greatly add to the charming expressive and gentle features of this dogs head. Handsomely marked throughout which is some achievement in itself. The head shape, soft muzzle, eye shape and placement make him stand out. Added to this he has the attribute of being such an easy mover and very happy, his correctly placed tail, which is constantly wagging, makes him a showman at one with his owner.
2 Inglis’ Craigowl Battenburg
This is a dog of nice size and is well put together with an excellent topline who moves well when he wants to. Too heavily marked for me and he seemed anxious and a little wild on the day which really spoilt his expression.
3 Hubbard’s Popolulu Dazzling Dempster
Res Bull’s Ladash Bramble
VHC Craig’s Milkeyn Sheer Star of Aldachell
Post Graduate (21, 4)  
1 Hedger’s Khatibi Tiger Tim at Alrewic
This is a nice little tri dog with a good head shape not coarse or overdone in any way. Good coat with balanced markings, nice white legs and tail. He showed well and was very well presented, expertly schooled and excellent on the table, an example to many showing at this level. Movement just let him down a little in a later class.
2 Biggs’ Korolevsky Faberge Kellorian JW
Close up to the first placed dog and sire to BPD winner. Has some of the characteristics of his own great sire (P. Enchanted) who is passing on so many qualities and seemed to influence many of my winners and placings on this occasion. There was so much I liked about this typy dog that in spite of his tail carriage he had to have a place here, in a class that was somewhat lacking in depth. He is an ideal size make and shape, lovely head, ear set, dark eye and pigment, good neck, shoulder and angulation throughout. Nice coat plenty feathering and rich chestnut markings.
3 Hubbard’s Popolulu Dazzling Dempster
Res Boardman’s Volney Gazpacho
VHC Leach’s Ouzlewell Lord Chamberlain
Limit (17, 3)  
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Ryton JW
Where do I begin? When this tri-colour arrived in the ring I was immediately taken by his delicious appealing head, which is no mean feat in a tricolour, melting expression, raven black and rich tan coat in the bloom of condition with a wealth of tan to the face reaching down the muzzle, which emphasises the softness and appeal. Dark well set eyes, good head shape, well placed ears, good big black nose, soft fleshy muzzle and that is just the beginning. This then joins a good long slightly arched neck, set in a well-laid shoulder, great rib, and loin flowing in one continuous line through topline and tailset. Such pleasing angles in profile. Moderate bone. Athletic movement and enthusiasm, allows him to move so well, shown so well, so stylish. My notes say great size, great make, great showman. Sired by a dog that I think also is a credit to the breed and one I would have loved to judge. Very, very difficult decision in the challenge but on maturity alone had to settle for the RCC but I feel confident that bigger days are near.
2 Hughes’ Loranka's Enchanting JW
Have admired this exceptional dog from afar on the odd occasion that I have attended shows this last couple of years. I have thought him unlucky as unfortunately he was again today. He is the most handsome tri-colour who is the ideal size with enviable leg to body proportions and what a body, great neck and shoulder, has the most beautiful silky perfect coat and exceptional construction. Flowing movement. Just lacking that extra sparkle today that is needed to win a limit class that had overall depth and much quality.
3 Jones’ Timsar Mister Moonlighter
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Jimmy Bean
VHC Williams’ Johnasta Anton Du Beke
Open (10, 3)  
1 Smith & Aldous’ Ch Aranel Cosmic
This dog led a top quality class. My first thoughts were what an abundance of riches. Like the good wine kept to the end. Top winning dogs filled this class but unfortunately all were not “at the races” today. Some refused to cooperate, with their handlers, to give the performance that I know they are capable of and to be seen at their best and have an equal chance for success. However, in Cosmic I found nearly everything I was looking for. The size, small, compact, well ribbed, short loin, level back, great topline at all times, perfect tailset carried to perfection and par excellence hind angulation. He is so ritzy and and so well dressed and presented in great full coat and condition with such glamorous ears. The headpiece is just idyllic, large dark eyes, surrounded by dark pigment, good big nose and nostrils soft gentle muzzle but still all dog. I was delighted to award him the CC and on the referees decision BOB. Watched him make the final cut in the group.
2 Bubb’s Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
I can now understand why this dog has had such a career and had so much success. What a class act he is, not quite my ideal in head but I could appreciate his many other qualities. What a mover, probably the best here today and what a showman. Today he showed his socks off which would always put him in the frame. He appears to have lost none of his enthusiasm after such a long time in the limelight. Out showed the remainder of this class today. Must be so rewarding to own a dog that gives his all.
3 Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
Res Shinnick & Collins’ Leelyn Kameron
VHC Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Command JW

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Bitches Mrs G J Lilley
A marvelous entry. Certainly size & type seems to be more even than when I last judged the dogs at this show last year with, thankfully, fewer tails carried bolt upright or even curled over backs. Shoulders were marginally better among the youngsters but became worse as the classes progressed upwards & there were a number of otherwise well made ones going wide in front. Presentation was of the best with clean shiny silky coats throughout the entry & all those happy friendly temperaments combined with eagerly wagging tails made my day so enjoyable.
C.C.
Inglis' Craigowl Norah Batty
R.C.C.
Blackie & Knapp's Cridensa Georgette
Best Puppy
Rennard's Deranmar Francesca
     
Minor Puppy (24 Entries 6 Absent)  
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Philippa
Gorgeous well broken blen, holds herself so proudly with lovely head, dark well shaped eye, most intelligent expression, excellent pigment, topline & well laid shoulder, very good mover, so happy & willing.
2 Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Mimic
Lovely blen, darkest of pigment & eyes, has everything going for her at just 6 months being beautifully made all though. Understandably still a little babyish in front movement but going well behind with good layback of shoulder. Her turn will surely come.
3 Robertson’s Barenton Masquerade
Res Bloice’s Scotlass Serendipity
VHC Ireland-Cooke’s Charnell Frolic
Puppy (18, 7)  
1 Rennard’s Deranmar Francesca
Beautiful blen who just scored on fluidity & freedom of movement, well shaped feminine head, darkest of pigment & eyes, lovely expression, well set & carried non-stop wagging tall, excellent shoulders & topline, very sound & steady on the move. BP.
2 Attwood’s Clentview Paris
Case of splitting hairs for first place here as this lovely blen with spot has the best of conformation & is so very sound on the move, beautiful head & expression, dark eyes & pigment, excellent topline & layback of shoulder.
3 Walton’s Belstonbell Jessica with Underknoll
Res Bloice’s Scotlass Chloe
VHC Mochrie’s Downsbank D'Epice
Junior (16, 4)  
1 Lymer & Scheidt’s Volney Chardonnay
Very happy well balanced blen, won this good class with something to spare, lovely generous head, super make & shape, excellent coat, bone & topline, well set & carried tall, sound & enthusiastic on the move with tall constantly awag.
2 Shrimpton’s Cobbets Dizzy Doris
Pretty blen with spot & the most intelligent expression, excellent pigment & topline, in very good cost with well broken rich chestnut markings, free sound mover.
3 Pagan’s Sorata Sophie Tucker
Res Evans’ Purpleborn Parity
VHC Stevenson’s Cleyside Springtime
Yearling (17, 4)  
1 Blackie & Knapp’s Cridensa Georgette
Well balanced gleaming B/T, so beautifully made all through, the excellence of her construction being emphasised by her lovely free ultra-sound movement with good length of stride in profile, lovely straight silky jet black coat. Understandably & rightly not fully mature as yet but nonetheless has everything else going for her, most attractive & well deserved the RCC.
2 Dunhill-Hall’s Fantasa Itz Betty
Self-important blen, such a keen, willing enthusiastic showgirl who obviously loves every moment, in more mature coat than 1, so good for make & shape, lovely generous head, excellent shoulders, hindquarters & topline, moved so well both in profile & behind. Going a touch wide in front.
3 Robertson’s Barenton Morning Glory
Res Williams’ Clentview Miss Dior Sancana JW ShCM
VHC Evans’ Purpleborn Parity
Post Graduate (22, 4)  
1 Inglis’ Craigowl Norah Batty
Gorgeous tri with the wow factor in profusion, a true toy spaniel, super for size & type, make, shape & balance, beautiful outline standing & on the move, holding herself so proudly, a joy to handle as she is superbly made all through, well angulated shoulders & hindquarters, excellent topline, tailset & carriage, in the best of condition & ideal coat for age, so well made that she cannot stand badly beautifully presented, glamorous & graceful with lovely head, ears & expression, very good mover, particularly in profile when she is simply breathtaking. Great showgirl, most exciting. CC which, I gather, is her first although she already has 2 RCCs under her belt. Only lost out for BOB on the referee’s decision.
2 Evans’ Winsudor Gemma of Purpleborn
Ultra feminine happy blen, wandering all over the place when asked to move until her owner tightened the lead just enough to let her know where she was supposed to be going, this resulted in what looked like an entirely different animal & she moved beautifully, charming head, lovely soft expression in her dark sparkling eyes, well broken coat, her rich chestnut markings gleaming in the sun.
3 Boardman’s Volney Daisy Belle
Res Bubb’s Wandris Matinee
VHC Robertson’s Barenton Morning Glory
Limit (15, 4)  
1 Butler’s Tamyse Delecia JW
Pretty, unexaggerated blen, easy winner here, well balanced with good layback of shoulder, moved well with excellent topline, tailset & carriage, scored on mouth, well shaped feminine head, lovely dark eyes & pigment, a pleasure to handle as so beautifully made all through, her sire is Ch Denanmar Michael, to whom I gave his third CC at this show last year, good to see that he is obviously producing so well.
2 Bloomfield’s Oaklake Debbie Harry
Blen, appealed greatly for her excellent proportions & balance with lovely dark expressive eyes, in splendid coat, well laid shoulder, moved very well behind. Going a little wide in front at times.
3 Boardman’s Volney April Love
Res Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Electra
VHC Evans’ Winsudor Gemma of Purpleborn
Open (12, 5)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Lillie
Well presented happy willing blen with spot, most intelligent expression, in excellent condition with good body, shoulders & hindquarters, moved well. Going a touch wide In front.
2 Williams’ Kinvaar Knowing Johnasta
Blen who holds herself proudly scored on shoulders, movement & deportment, so good for make & shape, in very mature coat with splendid ear fringes.
3 Fox-Shone’s Ch Pamedna Touch Of Fan-TC JW
Res Bloomfield’s Oaklake Just Dreaming
VHC Li’s Avalcier Liberty JW
   
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