Richmond Championship Dog Show
5th September 2008

Best of Breed - Ch Loranka's Enchanting JW
Best Opposite Sex - Ricksbury Royal Empress JW
Best Puppy - Name Withheld

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs. Mrs C Storar
My thanks to the two excellent stewards who made my judging so easy. Thanks also to the exhibiters for such a lovely entry and the sporting way they took my decisions. On the moaning side I was amazed at the number of trimmed dogs, I do not blame the exhibitors in any way, I am more inclined to put the blame on the judges because they are not following the breed standard which clearly states and I quote “totally free from all trimming”, if they don’t penalise you can’t blame the exhibitors. There were a number of bad mouths, some with incorrect jaw lines, please look at your breeding programs. The bad weather did not help to assess the movement and I felt under the circumstances the dogs and handlers did extremely well.
CC Hughes’ Ch Loranka's Enchanting JW
RCC Name Withheld Name Withheld
Best Puppy    
Veteran (1 Entry, 0 Absent)  
1 Bloomfield’s Oaklake One More Tri
13 years old but looking much younger than his years. Well broken, handsome face tan in all the right places. Moved round the ring with style and for his years, grace. Could show some youngsters how to move. Nice one.
Minor Puppy (12, 2)  
1 Forrester’s Salbrie Serfontaine
Well broken Blen. Lovely body with good angulation fore and aft. Good bone, fair length of ear for age. Very pretty head, good reach of neck. Moved out with confidence. Nice baby.
2 Coaker’s Homerbrent Wellington
Well broken markings on pearly white ground. Super head and expression complete with lozenge. Large eye. Well angulated fore and aft. Moved with verve one to watch.
3 Gill’s Florindale Jethro
Res White’s Regaldeni Hearts Content
VHC White’s Regaldeni Gift Of Love
Puppy (17, 5)  
1 Craig’s Aldachell Rhidian
Blen. Cobby body pretty head with soft expression. Excellent pigment, correct tail set. Moved round with drive keeping his topline. I shall watch his progress with interest. Did not stop showing.
2 Bubb & Gadsby’s Crystaldawn Entertaining Wandris
Blen well broken. Large eye well filled under. Good mouth. Fair length of neck, well shaped body. Right amount of bone. Moved well fore and aft.
3 Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Tomkin
Res Tarabad’s Clockpelters Crown Jules for Khatibi
VHC Deans’ Clockpelters The Fusilier
Junior (12, 1)  
1 Allerton’s Deeriem Trumpet Man
Blen. Well marked. Good head and expression, nice length of ear and well cushioned under eye, which were large and dark. Good mouth. Lovely bone with good angulation. Correct tail set. Compact body moved well.
2 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Phoenix
Heavier marked Blen than one but a very nice boy, large dark eye, very handsome head. Kept his topline on the move. Grand reach of neck flowing into well laid shoulders short body correct tail.
3 Rayner’s Trirayne Jalapa
Res Sidgwick’s Paulian Kittihawk
VHC Beech & Schofield’s Poppenwell Golden Bracken
Yearling (10, 4)  
1 Skinner’s Rahmzi Augustus
Tri Lad. Heavy marked grand head and neck. Tan in all the right places, well laid shoulders. Best tail carriage in the class, to be critical would like a larger eye. Moved round the ring with verve.
2 Beney’s Whyteplace Jack The Lad at Lavehnke
Tri boy. Pretty head but still masculine. Well placed shoulders, good front. Rich tan in all the right places Grand angulation fore and aft. Moved very well.
3 Chapman & Wheeler’s Royalston Kingsley
Res Lamont’s Tamcinia Northern Lights
VHC Hedger’s Arnie Adorable at Alrewic
Graduate (7, 3)  
1 Rhodes’ Cinderlace Monte for Calonlan
Blen well broken markings, lovely head. Large dark eyes well filled under. Correct mouth, fair neck flowing from well angulated shoulders correct slope of croup good fear angulation. Moved soundly both ways.
2 Hazeltine’s Juzandia Puff Daddy
B/T. Mischievous looking lad. Masculine head without being over done. Dark eye, correct bite. Good neck and shoulders. Short coupled. Right amount of bone. Moved round with ease.
3 Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Bowie
Res Lamont’s Tamcinia Northern Lights
Post Graduate (10, 5)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Just Like Heaven
Blen. I have admired this young man for some time & he did not disappoint me. So sound to go over, grand shoulders. Darkest of pigment. Good ear length. Covered the ground well with drive and kept his topline. Strong hind quarters. Correct tailset. Hope he soon goes on the ladder.
2 Rolandi’s Honeybet Harvey Nichols
Lovely head kindest of faces, good length of ear. Grand neck. Nicely angulated shoulders with a well bent stifle. Short coupled. Moved well fore and aft.
3 Allerton & Brewer’s Bowfort Rouge avec Deeriem
Res Lunam’s Malanis Mystic Moment
VHC Sidery-Smith’s Whisky Galore at Wingspan
Mid Limit (13, 2)  
1 Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Vaudeville
Another lad I’ve always liked. Well broken. Super head. Large soft eye giving that melting expression, lovely head carriage. Good overall shape with correct tail set Strong in movement. Keeping his topline all the time. Good one.
2 Mynott’s Honeybet My Way
Very rich ruby well put together which gives a nice movement. Large eye good mouth. Masculine head, without being course. Short in loin, with good hind angulation. I liked him.
3 Wiggins’ Whyteplace Alonso
Res Allerton’s Deeriem Dandi Man
VHC Hughes’ Loranka's Stardom
Limit (14, 5)  
1 Name Withheld Name Withheld
What a super lad, up to size but never the less a smasher, I could not resist him. Beautifully turned out he was a pleasure to go over every thing fitting perfectly he just waltzed round the ring shouting look at me and I did and gave him RCC.
2 Perfect’s Deranmar Christopher
Blen heavier marked than one but a very nice little man. A happy out going cavalier. Grand head with darkest of eyes. Correct mouth. Well shaped body with good angulation fore and aft. Covered the ground well moving.
3 Vella & Li’s Avalcier Olivier of Cinderlace
Res Hedger’s Arnie Adorable at Alrewic
VHC Boardman’s Volney Bonanza
Open (12, 2)  
1 Hughes’ Ch Loranka's Enchanting JW
Another favourite of mine well broken and just asking for this place, tail did not stop wagging. Such a handsome boy he just melts your heart to look at him. Rich dark tan in all the right places. His neck runs into well laid shoulders, short in back and loin strong in hind quarters and it showed in his movement. Well deserved champion.
2 Baker’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
What a smashing lad he is I have always had a soft spot for him. So sound and great to go over. In lovely condition. But today he was a naughty boy and just played his handler up we all know he can do. His head is lovely with large soft eyes giving his melting expression. Super boy.
3 Barwell’s Charlottetown Motivator
Res Godwin’s Cavaliegh Christian
VHC Shone’s Cobalatino Candy Man

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Bitches  Miss L Koster
I would like to thank the Society for the invitation to judge in the unfortunate circumstance that Mrs Audrey Townsend was unable to fulfil the appointment. Also to the exhibitors in the sporting way they accepted my ‘stepping into the breach’. They, along with myself, I’m sure, wish Mrs Townsend a speedy recovery. The weather was awful, and this affected some of the placings here. A lot of the girls were not moving right, or were just downright miserable and who could blame them in the cold and rain that afflicted us all day. I was pleased with my final line up and saw a number of stars in the making.
CC Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Empress JW
RCC Attwood’s Clentview Paris JW
Best Puppy Name Withheld Name Withheld
Veteran (7 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1 Turner’s Shalot Morgan Le Fay
9 yr B/T in super coat, which was put down to the letter. Sweet head and expression, with lovely soulful eyes. Moved really well keeping a firm level topline and covering the ground with ease.
2 Matthews’ Ronmal Love In A Mist
Very typy blen, giving a bit away in age. Super size and shape, ultra feminine head framed by well set ears. Enjoying herself here and it showed in her performance.
3 Underwood’s Vanmarlen Cherry Blossom for Neddaow
Res Westwood’s Jengem Sonatina
VHC Hollamby’s Leelyn Peggy Sue at Tamcinia
Minor Puppy (26, 6)  
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Sherrie Baby
Beautiful tri baby who somewhat stood out in this class for sheer breed type. Well made and compact, she is a lovely size. Very shapely in repose and keeping that smart outline on the move, her ideal markings only served to accentuate this. Has the promise of a most glorious head with lovely eyes and outlook. Presented to perfection, as always from this kennel. One with an assured future I’ve no doubt.
2 Deans’ Clockpelters Beatrice
Sweet blen who was not quite so mature as 1. Another of a useful size, with attractive outline. Pretty head. Plenty of body with good substance. Moved well, showing a happy disposition.
3 Walton’s Underknoll Tiamo
Res Ford’s Deranmar Sarah at Tuppenlil
VHC Attwood’s Clentview Jaelo
Puppy (18, 9)  
1 Name Withheld Name Withheld
Elegant blen of 10mths. Super size. Well broken coat with plenty of furnishings. Very attractive head, large eyes and dense pigmentation. Neatly tapered muzzle and good lipline. Exciting to go over, scoring with her overall balance and contours. Added to this was her precise, effortless movement with an easy fluid gait. Well schooled without being robotic, her attributes were easy to assess. Pulled her out in my ‘final 4’ and was very tempted by her, but she had to give way to the overall maturity and finish of my final winners. My co-judge had no hesitation in agreeing for her to be BPIB – another one with a starry future.
2 Cunningham’s Verheyen Tulip
Another very shapely blen, similar in type to 1. Moved very well with plenty of drive and attitude. Showed a lovely picture standing, being 4 square with good angulation all through. Just preferred the headpiece of 1.
3 Bubb & Gadsby’s Crystaldawn Folies Bergere
Res Long’s Arroline's Ulyses
VHC Craig’s Aldachell Claranet
Junior (13, 4) This class was headed by 3 promising B/Ts which bodes well for the future of wholecolours.
1 Hughes’ Loranka's Star So Bright
Well made B/T of useful type. Gorgeous head & eye (reminded me very much of her illustrious tri colour father) sadly was rather out coat, but had nothing to hide. Well put together, super size with bone to compliment. Moved ok, but wasn’t enjoying the wet conditions, like many here.
2 Smith’s Sallcott Gloriana
Very close up to 1, this B/T was built on slightly stronger lines all through. Kept a firm, level topline on the move. Much to like about this girl, just preferred the softer expression of 1.
3 Chapman’s Leelyn Goody Two Shoes
Res Kitteridge’s Smulask Sweet Babee
VHC Long’s Ronmal Sweet Serenity at Arroline
Yearling (13, 4)  
1 Elkin’s Triodan Tempting Tara
Neat blen, with lovely outline and angulation. Enough bone and substance, without being overdone. Sweet head and eye. Moved gracefully with good tail carriage.
2 Robertson’s Barenton Masquerade JW
Another nice blen. Her head was maybe a little strong for my tastes but couldn’t be denied her overall quality. Moved well and looked a picture standing.
3 Watts’ Brymarden Moondance to Jamesbonny
Res Walton’s Belstonbelle Jessica with Underknoll
VHC Barton’s Loranka's Whispers Of Love
Graduate (14, 3) This was a super class with a number of bitches I have previously admired.
1 Attwood’s Clentview Paris JW
Have admired this blen from the ringside and relished the chance to judge her. Was far from disappointed. She has the most beautiful head, huge eyes, ringed by dark halos, which really set them off, level topskull, well placed ears with plenty of fringing, finishing in a neatly tapered muzzle. Well covered, neat body shape, short backed, showing a classic outline. Her real forte is when she is on the move. It is an absolute joy to watch. With her head held high, she strides out with such reach and drive, holding a perfect topline and carrying her tail ideally. Right up to the Open class I really thought she was going to be my CC winner. By then the ring was all but waterlogged and in the challenge she was only beaten by the finish and self-assurance of Empress. She therefore had to settle for a very well deserved Res CC.
2 Hazeltine’s Juzandia Nenah Cherry
Love this naughty B/T, and this really was a close decision. Has the loveliest of heads, all in proportion. Large, limpid eyes but still with a sparkle of mischief. Good straight front, well laid shoulders and short backed. Adequate turn of stifle and neat, short hocks which afforded her plenty of drive at the rear. She was beautifully balanced, with just the right amount of leg under her. Today she was a little erratic in her showing and had to concede the win to Paris, who didn’t put a foot wrong in this class.
3 Ireland’s Charnell Frolic
Res Stevens & Moffat’s Milkeyn Minnie Pearl
VHC Mynott’s Honeybet Just Magic
Post Graduate (17, 5)  
1 Evans’ Winsudor Gemma of Purpleborn
Well marked blen carrying a wealth coat. Possessed a good neck & shoulder. Moved with style, keeping a smart outline and covering the ground with ease. Compact shape showing nice angulation all through. Just pipped 2 on her showmanship.
2 Flower’s Anberan Tazoberry
Thought this neat B/T was to be my class winner when she entered the ring. Ultra sweet girl with a lovely outline, size and good substance. Pretty, pretty head with the largest of eyes. Hated the conditions here and I had to sympathise with her owner as she tried to get her to perform, but the little ‘madam’ dug her heels in and was having none of it – such a shame.
3 Phillips’ Scotlass Hermosa at Tillymist
Res Taylor’s Kemble Nikita
VHC Walton’s Belstonbelle Jessica with Underknoll
Mid Limit (9, 1)  
1 Li’s Avalcier Sakura JW
Was really taken with this quiet, unassuming girl. She is correct for size, bone and substance, holding an attractive shape both standing and on the move. Her movement, itself, was effortless with an easy, fluid gait enabling her to cover the ground comfortably. Particularly scored on her reachy neck and correctly placed shoulder. Very nice type who should breed true.
2 Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Clarissa JW
Have admired this girl on many occasions and found her to be more than worthy of her many accolades. Has a scrumptious head, with beautiful eyes which are all ‘cavalier’. Handy size, compact body, good spring of rib and decent angulation all through. Carrying a few extra pounds here and wasn’t matching 1 for movement.
3 Hogan’s Ricksbury Royal Promise for Stavonga JW
Res Walton’s Underknoll J'Adore JW
VHC Bloomfield’s Oaklake Debbie Harry
Limit (10, 4)  
1 Bubb’s Wandris Matinee
This bitch reminded me so much of her illustrious mother to whom I awarded a Res CC a few years ago, it was like stepping back in time. In fabulous coat which was clean and presented to perfection. She was really happy and up on her toes, brimming with confidence and commanding attention. Lovely head-piece, good pigmentation and gorgeous eyes that sparkled with attitude. Well constructed with everything fitting nicely together to make a really neat package. Added to all that, stylish, comfortable movement meant she made it into my ‘final 4’. A bitch of obvious quality.
2 Shrimpton’s Cobbets Honey Bee
Loved this little girl, but sadly she was another affected by the horrible conditions here, did all that was asked of her, but not just that little bit more. Very similar in mould to 1, lovely soft expression, built on classical lines, she is simply brimming with breed type. Moved well coming and going, just didn’t have the ‘pizazz’ of the winner.
3 Hull’s Telvara Kreme D'Menthe
Res Dunhill’s Fantasa Itz Betty
VHC Smith’s Sallcott Diminuendo
Open (12, 2) This was a super class, brimming with quality.
1 Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Empress JW
The latest Champion in a long line for this kennel, I was pleased to have the chance to judge her again, having placed her 2nd in Minor Puppy at her first show. Like a good wine, she has bettered with age. Wearing a heavier jacket of good colours, she was carrying a slew of coat, which was in sparkling condition. An attractive head of good proportions and just enough fill. Lovely dark eye and kind outlook. Adequate neck on nicely laid shoulders, straight front with plenty of upper arm. Tidy back, firm topline, good spring of rib and neat loin. What really clinched it for her was her sound, self assured demeanour. She moved so well at all times – in, by this class, a virtually, completely water logged ring! Going just right, stride after stride, she held a lovely, solid outline and carried her tail correctly. She never stopped showing and this is what, in a very close decision, finally won her the CC.
2 Maclaine’s Ch Lochbuie Geordie
Seemed this young ladies mind wasn’t on the job today as she was not moving as well as I have seen her and appeared a bit ‘over-excited’ by it all. I was disappointed, as I have admired her on many occasions and consider her to be one of the best bitches in the ring at the moment. She is of such super quality and type, in a lovely neat package. A very worthy titleholder.
3 Boundy’s Ch Rubyfield Fiddlesticks
Res Fox-Shone’s Ch Pamedna Touch Of Fan-TC JW
VHC Li’s Avalcier Liberty JW

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