Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 28th February 2009

Best In Show - Lanola Santana of Maibee
Reserve Best In Show - Bonitos Companeros X-Treme

Best Opposite Sex - Maibee Shine On
Best Puppy - Cavaliegh Morning Star

BIS photo by Tracy Morgan
Dog Results Bitch Results Breeders Competition

Dogs. Mrs N Inglis
Three years ago after judging, I was left disappointed with the depth of quality but today I was encouraged by the dogs on show. So many more elegant outlines than before with better croups and better tail sets. There were still some, way beyond an acceptable size. Too long and too big, but they were in the minority. I was pleasantly surprised to see an improvement in the whole colours. Especially the Rubies. What did shock me though was the lack of care taken in presentation. Too many dirty, stained, manky dogs. If you have pride in your dog and want him to have a fighting chance, he should at least be presented clean. It was so special to judge this show and my thanks go to the exhibitors for entering and to the Club for the invite. Efficient, cheerful stewards added to the smooth running and made my day easier. Thank you.
Dog CC Waters' Lanola Santana of Maibee
Reserve CC Olsen's Bonitos Companeros X-Treme
Best Puppy Homes' Leogem Marcello
Minor Puppy (25 Entries, 1 Absent)
This class of puppies from 6-9 months contained a wide contrast in stages of development. It would have been ideal to have judged it as two classes but on the day, the more advanced puppies had the edge in coat, body and head. The unplaced, yet promising, babier puppies will make their mark on another occasion.
1st Waters’ Maibee Make Believe (NAF)
My first dilemma. Splitting two special puppies. The winner an 8-month-old Blenheim with a lovely face. Good width of skull, large expressive eyes, shallow stop, enough filling and correct muzzle length. Generous features with nothing overdone makes his head classic. Black nose. Good neck, shoulders and firm body with plenty of coat coming through. Tidy front action and strong angulated rear meant he moved soundly. Loved his jaunty attitude. Happy and it showed. Close decision just preferring this boy’s outline and rudder tail carriage. A fast maturer and hopefully his growth is complete.
2nd Coaker’s Homerbrent Chardonnay
Another Blenheim with what it takes. 8 and half months old and full of quality. Soft expression with great eyes. Well constructed body, good ribs and plenty of substance. Plush coat of well-broken rich chestnut and pearly white markings. The soundest of movers, driving from the rear and accurate front action. Softer in topline than winner. A puppy who will take Homerbrent back to the top and I felt excited for his owner.
3rd Ireland's Charnell Cosmopolitan
Res Steel’s Behabre Classique
VHC Rhodes’ Calonlan Bara Brith
Puppy (27, 3) The minor puppy and puppy classes are a look into the future and I liked what I saw.
1st Homes’ Leogem Marcello
Smashing Blenheim of 9 months with gentle face, dark eyes and a kind, refined expression. His elegant outline, aided by blanket markings, was a clean sweep from crested neck to well set on tail. Inherited I am sure from ‘Jamie’ his sire and ‘Billy Elliot’ his grandsire. He stepped out well and was true in both directions. Loved his style and substance and felt him just right for age. First class condition. An exciting prospect whose Champion parents have done a good job! Has plenty of scope to develop and get even better. I fancied him for BPIS but he had to settle for BPD, the referee preferring the puppy bitch.
2nd Carter’s Cobbets Dizzy Rascal
Another one with a good future. Dark eyes set in an all male head giving generous expression. Scores for size with medium bone and presented a smart profile both standing and on the move. Good front and rear angulation allowed him freedom of movement. Better broken in colour than 1. but flagged a little at end. Lovely puppy who should continue to find lots of admirers. A ‘Montrose’ son.
3rd Waters' Maibee Picture Perfect (NAF)
Res Towse’s Miltree Shahrastani
VHC Stevens & Moffat’s Cinderlace Sheer Milkeyn
HC Drewett’s Judyland Magical Fizz
Junior (28, 1)  
1st Name Withheld Name Withheld
Striking Ruby of 15 months who had the structure and outline, I was looking for. Good neck, well placed shoulders, level topline, no tail problems. In good coat and strode out well. His look was amiable but you sense behind that mellow expression he can be a rascal! Today he was on his best behaviour and had the job well in hand. Was deserving and looked at home in the final line-up.
2nd Coaker’s Homerbrent Wellington
Neatly made Blenheim just into Junior and looking immature. He needs time to develop, especially in head and another 6 months should make a difference. Other than that, he has many positive points with little need for change. Good size. Attractively marked. Tidy, short backed body. Presents a lovely outline. Positive mover.
3rd Bubb’s Crystaldawn Entertaining Wandris
Res Craig’s Aldachell Rhidian
VHC Parker’s Jordanic Torrino
HC Eustace’s Salgreen Edwin
Yearling (18, 3)  
1st Olsen’s Bonitos Companeros X-Treme
Impressive Blenheim by ‘Cosmic’, presented in lovely order. But his quality goes deeper than just appearance. Sweet natured dog with stunning head and lovely eyes. Good width to skull. Plenty of cushioning. Long feathered ears. Deep chestnut colouring with soft white. Black nose pigment. Felt good on examination and was not surprised he went as well as expected. Having travelled all the way from Norway his owner must be congratulated for the work put into exhibiting him in such pristine condition. The trip was worth it as he went home with the Reserve CC and RBIS. Hope we see more of him.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick & Kline’s Pascavale Phoenix
Neater made Blenheim who looked adolescent compared to winner in head, coat and body. Admired his shape, presentation and attitude but feel he has more in store. Has already done some good winning and when fully mature will test the best.
3rd Rogerson’s Rabymar Untouchable JW
Res Coaker’s Homerbrent Branscombe
VHC Lovel’s Lovetrac Billyo
HC Nightingale’s Jongeo The Kings Ransom
Special Graduate Blenheim (12, 1)  
1st Knight’s Carolus Tommy Atkins JW
Two years old. Trim little Blenheim who lacked the coat and sparkling condition of the other class winners. Pity as he has admirable qualities that justified this win. Decent head with flat skull. Good pigment. Short well-constructed body. Good croup. Feel with additional attention he would stand a better chance.
2nd Greenall’s Charlseworth Royal Showbiz
Respectable Blenheim with the prettiest eyes and lovely breed type. A lush coat well marked and in mint condition. Preferred topline of ‘Tommy Atkins’ on the move but this dog’s qualities should always secure his consideration.
3rd Crossley’s Tameline In The Wings
Res Ashpole’s Dornash Eamon For The Sky
VHC Walker’s Korolevsky Iosif
HC Walton’s Underknoll Reality JW ShCM
Special Graduate Tricolour (14, 1) Having been showing mostly tricolours for the past few years I was looking forward to this class but was sadly disappointed with the lack of quality.
1st Conlon’s Rathbrist Rhydian
Smart juvenile who was one of the youngest in the class at 14 months but possessed sufficient merit to win over the older competition. Pleasing in head with dark eyes and animated expression. Even distribution of black and white coat markings complimented by rich tan caught my attention and his good construction allowed him to move fluently with ease. Showed with a happy go lucky attitude. The obvious care taken in his presentation was appreciated. Maturity and his best are still to come.
2nd Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Blaze Away JW
Respectable 3 year old, a size up from winner. Loved his generous head with large, dark, kind eyes giving benevolent expression. Acceptable markings with good depth to tan. Felt he was rather languid and if he could learn to sparkle a bit he could do better. Has plenty of creditability and his qualities are on tap. They just need to be nurtured and directed.
3rd Newell’s Corbieanne Misty Storm
Res Coaker’s Homerbrent Flash Gordon
VHC Bull’s Craigowl Boss
HC Pinder’s Moonvale Song’N Dance
Special Graduate Black & Tan (12, 0)  
1st Pagan’s Russmic Reggae Music at Sorata
This exhibitor has a great rapport with the dogs she shows and they respond by hanging on her every word. Black/tan with personality plus! Wagged his way all through the class and his quality secured him first place. Attractive head. Soundly made with a wealth of glossy black coat with bright tan points. Nice size and good bone and substance. Going around he retained a straight topline and tail that came straight off the back, which was the deciding factor. I liked him a lot. Good team with breeder, owner and exhibitor working well together.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Stardom
On head alone, this boy would merit a second look. Round heads and deep indentations can often be seen in whole colours but not here. His head and expression were lovely. Masculine yet still soft and gentle. Matched winner well with a lovely coat, spot on for size, same pleasing body shape and firm topline. Easy, free mover.
3rd Rogerson’s Rabymar Untouchable JW
Res Williams’ Anberan Black Russian Mit Johnasta
VHC Walton’s Underknoll Atonement
HC Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Fiddlesticks
Special Graduate Ruby (11, 0) I had a handful of top notch Rubies throughout the entry. Good news for the whole colours. First and second placed here put up a strong fight and the decision was a close one. Two boys who with ordinary luck should do a lot of winning.
1st Koster’s Loranka’s Spellbinding Harana
This 15 month old impressed me a lot and I can see him going on to greater things before too long. Has all the breed traits in head and body plus stylish and sound movement. He moved smoothly holding his topline at all times. Lovely expression with round dark eyes, great neck and shoulders, good tail set and healthy, shiny coat. As nice a Ruby as I have seen for a long time.
2nd Hill & Weber’s Montcolly Bowie
This is a beautifully headed dog. In fact, one of the prettiest I saw all day. His expression is delicious with glorious eyes round, dark and large. Attentive shower who he held a lovely outline in profile with tail carried correctly. A tad longer in back than 1 whose final coat finish was better
3rd Fisk’s Rebhann Bo-Diddley
Res Clark’s Dortmund Red Alert
VHC North & Box’s Jalesto Noe I’m Here
HC Tebbett’s Tebatia Mr Bashful
Post Graduate (22, 0)  
1st Coaker’s Homerbrent Marshall
Another ‘Montrose’ son, a solidly marked Blenheim with crisp outline. At 2 years, in the peak of condition with deep chestnut coat that gleamed. Just right for size with adequate bone for his structure. Long ears framed an attractive head with good eyes. Nose pigment could be stronger. Showy little dog who impressed on the move with his firm topline and correct tail carriage.
2nd Name Withheld Name Withheld
Agreeable Tricolour who was the same age as 1 but looked as if he has still lots of maturing to do. I liked his expression, soft yet still masculine. Well marked coat. Will benefit from more outings.
3rd Hazeltine’s Juzandia Puff Daddy
Res Pack-Davison’s Deranmar Caerleon at Verileas
VHC Pagan’s Lewisisle Highland Stewart at Sorata
HC Perfect’s Deranmar Christopher
Mid Limit (9, 2)  
1st Boardman & Padmore’s Volney Gazpacho
Engaging Ruby, not overdone and correct in most departments. Head, coat, construction and movement all satisfied. Sometimes a dog that has all the requirements lacks that ‘it’s me you’re looking for’ attitude that can separate the good from the great. I think this boy could go a long way if urged to project himself more. A quality dog.
2nd Drewett’s Judyland Magic Moods
A pin up Blenheim almost 2 years with lavish well-marked coat that seems to be synonymous with dogs from this affix. Shapely outline with flowing neck, shoulders and topline. Well-turned stifles gave him good propulsion and he moved effortlessly. Found his head gentle but more fill below the eyes would add appeal.
3rd Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels JW ShCM
Res Waller’s Castlewytch Arizona avec Jinjan
VHC Fisk’s Rebhann Bo-Diddley
HC Pinder’s Moonvale Song’N Dance
Limit (18, 2)  
1st Waters’ Lanola Santana of Maibee
Every dog has its day. This one belonged to ‘Santana’. He won the class, the CC and with my co judge’s full agreement BIS. Looked stunning. I have never seen him in such good form. Vibrant chestnut and silvery white coat that shone and he made an imposing picture. Long high set ears framed a striking head with dark brown eyes and appealing expression. No exaggeration, just unadulterated breed type. Good pigment. Body parts fitted together correctly to give a smooth profile. He showed happily and strode around the ring with good front and rear action holding a firm topline. Rather reminded me of Ch Toraylac Joshua. My favourite on the day and this win gave him his Champion title. Appropriate that his sire Maibee Montrose was at the show having won Best Stud dog 2008.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Just Like Heaven
Typy Blenheim son of ‘Enchanted’ built on smaller lines than winner and who appealed for his neatness and affinity to the Breed Standard. Comes into his own on the move where he looked good going around with head held high, firm back and good tail. Head of ‘Santana’ was more to my taste. A dog who will continue to improve and his time in the top spot will come.
3rd Coaker’s Titian Puppeteer of Homerbrent
Res Hawes’ Kersmere Rhapsody
VHC Newnes’ Penquite Cinnamon
HC Boardman’s Volney Bonanza
Special Open Under 18 lbs (8, 1) I understand the scales posed a problem so all exhibits were presented without weighing.
1st Smith’s Beaudale Fields Of Gold
Small, dapper Ruby with rich red colouring. Pretty headed with dark, round eyes. I felt his expression could be boosted by using his ears more. It can make such a difference. Nice neck with neat body shape finished off with well-turned stifles. Happy little dog who showed his socks off! In first class condition.
2nd Rhodes’ Cinderlace Monte for Calonlan
Good-looking Blenheim. His face is his fortune with the required ingredients. Great eyes. Skull flat with good ratio to muzzle. Just the right amount of cushioning to give generosity in expression. He even sported a lozenge. Plenty of richly coloured coat. Stood so well in line, I thought here was my winner, but he disappointed going around and lacked posture whereas winner was up on his toes. Better control on the move should help.
3rd Sidgwick’s Paulian Kittihawk
Res Newell’s Corbieanne Misty Storm
VHC Lateck’s Pascavale Mikie
HC Pinder’s Tasset Prince Royal
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (8, 1)  
1st Vella’s Ch Cinderlace Cromwell JW
Recently crowned Blenheim in his prime who has really settled into showing and gives a polished performance. Attractive head with dense pigmentation and animated expression. Smartly turned out his appearance could not be faulted and his coat was richly coloured, glossy and soft to the touch. Looked a picture standing and impressed equally on the move as everything fits so well. Fully deserving of his wins to date and down to the last three for the CC. A son of the esteemed ‘Branwell’.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick & Kline’s Ch Pascavale Jamie
I have a soft spot for this neatly built Blenheim Champion by ‘Billy Elliot’ as he gives 100%. Across the ring, he looks impressive with his exceptional outline, the best here today. In lovely coat condition. Stepped out with style and his head bearing, topline, tail set and carriage were a model example of what we should be aiming for. Better in croup than ’Cromwell’. Flat top skull with a sweet face and large soulful eyes. It was very close but I finally went for the more balanced muzzle and lip finish of 1.
3rd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Enchanting
Res Korn’s Sandusk Monterey JW ShCM
VHC Barwell’s Charlottetown Motivator
HC Allerton’s Deeriem Dandi Man
Open (5, 1)  
1st Matsumoto's Int Ch & JKC Ch Volney Magic
A popular win, gauging by the applause. Glamorous Blenheim dripping in coat beautifully groomed. Neck, shoulders, topline and tail produced the best outline in the class. Handsome head framed by long ears. To be picky, his extravagant ear feathering gives the effect of weighing down and unbalancing his head. As the class progressed, he rose to the occasion and showed himself off well. One size smaller would be closer to my ideal but a dog with above average qualities.
2nd Angell’s Ch Charwelton Tate JW
Respectable Blenheim Champion in his 4th year. Richly coloured with good bone and ample substance for his size. Well sprung ribs. Shorter backed than winner whose outline, croup and head type I preferred. On occasion, I have seen ‘Tate’ look flat but after a break from the ring, he has returned with renewed enthusiasm.
3rd Vella’s Avalcier Olivier of Cinderlace
Res O’Callaghan’s Amantra Starshine
Veteran (8, 1) These old boys brought the class judging to a close and were worth waiting for.
1st Towse’s Ch Miletree Nijinsky JW
One of my favourite Blenheims in his 9th year who still has what it takes and commands admiration. The qualities that took him to a Champion in the ring and a leading stud dog were clearly visible. Gentle headed with soft expressive eyes. Ideal size. Good balanced body. Textbook coat colour and markings. He fits the Standard so well with unexaggerated breed type. Today, obviously enjoying the outing he looked a picture going round the ring, lapping up the applause.
2nd Koster’s Ch Harana Starman
Another distinguished Champion dog, the same age as 1 but a touch longer cast. Black/Tan glamour boy whose straight silky coat gleamed. His condition was pristine and a lesson in presentation for anyone new to exhibiting. Showed himself off happily making assessing easy. Lovely genteel face features with ample neck that leads into well-laid shoulders. Moved out well and on this showing his future success in the Veteran classes looks guaranteed. Respect.
3rd Angell’s Ch Charwelton Valentine
Res Drewett’s Ch Judyland Touch Of Majic
VHC Brewer & Moody’s Sultair The Sea Baron at Bowfort
HC Sparrow’s Tashmit Lucy’s Legacy

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Bitches Mrs M Rees
I was thrilled to be invited to Judge at this prestigious show – and delighted with the entry. I would like to thank the exhibitors for their sporting applause for those placed.
On the whole many of the bitches looked promising on the table but others were very disappointing. I found that some of the puppies were quite large for their age while others were immature and lacking substance. Eyes were small which changed the whole expression of the gentle Cavalier we expect to see - tail carriage and poor movement by ‘daisy cutting’ at the front and hocks almost touching at the rear is not correct, a few that I liked when handling them failed in this department.
I would like to suggest to the exhibitors that they cease ‘baiting’ their dogs while on the table! This habit has become more prevalent in recent years and is very frustrating to the Judge! The whole expression changes on the dog being handled – eyes are almost ‘popping’ as the owner/handler steps back from the table and the dog is extremely tense which can be felt right through their body, I am sure that the movement is effected by this as they are wound up like a spring.
The dog judge and I agreed on the Best of Breed but called for the Referee for Reserve Best in Show and Best Puppy in Show.
Bitch CC Waters' Maibee Shine On
Reserve CC Towse's Miletree Nella Fantercia
Best Puppy Godwin's Cavaliegh Morning Star
Minor Puppy (27 Entries, 3 Absent)  
1st Ireland’s Charnell Music
Delightful baby just 7 months of age. Pretty head with dark eyes and alert expression. Good neck and shoulder placement with well marked coat, level top-line and strong hind movement. Moved confidently – an exquisite little lady who shows great promise. Well balanced throughout she moved steadily both ways.
2nd Towse’s Miletree Crystall
Another well marked Blenheim oozing quality – close decision between these two who I am sure will change places in the future. Very attractive head with darkest of eyes, good ear set and head carriage. Beautifully marked coat, well laid back shoulders and correct tail set. Showed with confidence.
3rd Watts’ Brymarden Silver Moon over Jamesbonny
Res Eustace’s Sal;egreen Dear Sweet Pea
VHC Taylor’s Rosscrea Alizadora
HC Turner’s Shalot Captivation
Puppy (32, 5)  
1st Godwin’s Cavaliegh Morning Star
Best Puppy Bitch and Best Puppy in Show. I just loved how delightfully feminine this young lady was. At 9 months of age she shows great elegance both on the move and in repose. Lovely head, face gently cushioned, eyes dark and full with super pigment. Head carried elegantly on crest of neck sweeping to correct shoulder and top-line – tail carried just right. She moved with purpose and confidence using her strong hocks to her advantage. Perfect size for her age – well balanced all through.
2nd Roberts’ Deeriem Kallisto via Pauroi
Another attractive Blenheim who won her place with her overall quality. Attractive head and expression, lovely eyes and pigmentation, elegant outline from top to toe. Moved positively using her well muscled hindquarters and well turned stifle with drive. Held level top-line at all times, tail set correct Coat of correct colour and in gleaming condition.
3rd Fisk’s Rebhann Forget-Me-Not
Res Hill & Weber’s Montcolly Zilla
VHC Hawes’ Cavaliegh Stardom for Kersmere
HC Robinson’s Tusculana Alessia
Junior (30, 5)  
1st Waters’ Maibee Shine On
C.C. I loved this class – so much quality which bodes well for the breed. Gorgeous young lady showing such promise – Took my eye as she went around the ring with her overall balance and sound movement, head carried proudly on elegant crest of neck, good lay back of shoulder with front movement positive, level top-line and strong rear. Exceedingly pretty, head framed by well set on ears, eyes dark, gentle cushioning on her face – in first class condition she looked a picture and shows great promise for the future.
2nd Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Angelic
Richly marked Blenheim with the darkest of eyes and lovely gentle expression – well set ears framing her attractive face. Good neck and shoulder placement, well turned stifle and strong muscled hindquarters with a level topline. A lovely young lady with coat of good colour and texture – presented in tip top condition.
3rd Vella’s Cinderlace Scarlet
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Irish Cream
VHC Craig’s Aldachell Sophisticated
HC Price’s Clentview Chantel (TAF)
Yearling (27, 7)  
1st Taylor’s Rosscrea Graceland
I just loved this young lady – so delightfully feminine. Pretty head and expression from dark eyes, elegant outline with crest of neck, correct shoulder angulation and firm topline. In good coat she was well presented and moved confidently around the ring – one to watch I feel.
2nd Claydon’s Brymarden Moon Magic
Another richly marked Blenheim in good coat of lovely texture. Full dark eyes, super pigmentation and soft gentle expression framed by full ears set on correctly. Lovely size, well balanced with positive front action from correct neck and well laid back shoulders – Tail set perfect.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Star So Bright
Res Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Specialial
VHC Lymer & Scheidt’s Lymrey Hi Style
HC Towse’s Miletree Cosmos Star
Special Graduate Blenheim (23, 3)  
1st Cunningham’s Verheyen Tulip
A quality young lady standing four square with an elegant outline. With the sweetest of heads and lovely dark expressive eyes she was a delight to handle. She held her head proudly holding a firm top-line and moved positively using her hindquarters with drive.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Scarlette
Richly coloured and in excellent coat it was a very close decision between these two ladies. Loved her attractive full head with soft gentle eyes, gentle cushioning on the face framed by well set on ears. Lovely bone and substance, short coupled and well balanced she moved with drive. Not quite as settled as ‘Tulip’ when it came to the final decision – and in a quality class like this it mattered.
3rd Ward’s Charalier Fancy Dress
Res Webster’s Spindlepoint Grace Kelly for Tigridias
VHC Rennard’s Deranmar Philippa
HC Mann’s Beauella Nine To Five at Lyndabelle
Special Graduate Tricolour (14, 2) A disappointing class with poor movement being a problem here.
1st Hughes’ Loranka’s Sherry Baby
Won this class with ease – even with chewed ears! Well marked coat with all the correct tan markings – in gleaming condition. Pretty head with full dark eyes – good neck and angle of shoulder, front movement the best in the class. Lovely size with good bone and strong hindquarters she covered the ground well holding her tail correctly at all times. Very attentive to her handler she was alert and responsive at all times.
2nd Long’s Arrolines Ulyses
Well marked coat on this lady. Attractive head, expressive dark eyes, good size throughout. Extremely ‘hyper’ which was not helped by being ‘baited’ while on the table. Very unsettled on the move which made it difficult to assess movement at first – moved better when more settled.
3rd Coles’ Twforde Zeta Aquilae
Res Walton’s Underknoll Tiamo
VHC Smith’s Wightisle Twist Of Magic at Sapphireisle
HC Crozier’s Korraines Mooncrystal
Special Graduate Black & Tan (14, 4)  
1st Hill & Weber’s Montcolly Bassey
Gorgeous head on this young lady, Full dark eyes, gently cushioned face framed by well set ears, good neck, shoulders and level top-line. Strode out covering the ground well with firm front and rear movement. A delightful size with good bone and substance proving that you do not need to be ‘weedy’ to be a Toy Spaniel.
2nd Rogerson’s Rabymar Extra Specialial
Another lovely girl, short coupled with good neck, level top-line and strong hocks used to her advantage. Very pretty with dark, full eyes alert to all going on around her in gleaming coat and at one with her handler.
3rd Flower’s Anberan Berrytini
Res North & Box’s Jalesto’s One Vision
VHC Turner’s Shalot Lady Bethan
HC Clark’s Dortmund Red Alert
Special Graduate Ruby (14, 1)  
1st Towse’s Miletree La Vie En Rose
I loved this young lady – With richly coloured coat of silky texture she was a delight to handle. Lovely gentle head, with dark, full eyes – correct crest of neck, good front and shoulders with level top-line and positive movement she must surely have a bright future. Well balanced all through, tail just right at all times she moved very well both ways.
2nd Porter’s Ringcreevy Relight My Fire
Another lovely ruby with the required overall qualities. Pretty head and expression, elegant out-line with well presented coat she was less settled on the move than ‘Rose’. Lovely dark eyes and pigmentation she made an attractive picture.
3rd Payne’s Catemmsal Serenade
Res Walton’s Underknoll Tiamo
VHC Richardson’s Miss Rita Rouge
HC Bradley’s Tebatia’s Miss Paris
Post Graduate (24, 8)  
1st Li’s Avalcier Sakura JW
Another richly marked Blenheim with dark expressive eyes, gently cushioned face framed by well set ears. Gentle crest of neck led to well laid back shoulders and good top-line sweeping to strong rear as she covered the ring with ease. Her movement was firm and positive and she stood four square in repose.
2nd Gadsby & Lynn’s ** La Dee Dah
Attractive well marked Blenheim proudly carrying her pretty head on an elegant neck, good shoulder placement led to level top-line, well turned stifle and strong hocks. Not as settled as ‘Sakura’ on the move.
3rd Webster’s Spindlepoint Grace Kelly for Tigridias
Res Hamill’s Craigowl Cuba to Craebeck
VHC Martin’s Svena Chocolate Box by Ttitian
HC O’Connor’s Abercree Jasmine
Mid Limit (18, 6)  
1st Towse’s Miletree Nella Fantercia
The Blenheims really ‘stole the show’ for me today – and this one was awarded the Reserve C.C. for her overall quality. A close decision between her and ‘Shine On’ – Absolutely gorgeous with full dark eyes and gentle expression, head framed by full ears. Ideal size with good, strong bone, well sprung ribs and positive movement. Presented beautifully she looked a picture.
2nd Robinson’s Wandris Ginger Rogers at Tusculana
Another well-marked Blenheim presented in tip top condition. Well balanced, head carried proudly she held a graceful outline at all times. Very pretty with dark eyes, lovely pigmentation and the sweetest of expressions she showed well and moved with drive.
3rd Antoniazzi’s Clentview J’Adore at Littlemeads
Res Lewis’ Daraste Bethany
VHC Williams’ Clentview Miss Dior Sancana JW ShCM
HC Long’s Ronmal Sweet Serenity at Arroline JW
Limit (15, 2)  
1st Dawber’s Vallender Marissa at Simanbeck
Won this class on movement – a beautiful Blenheim in lovely coat of correct texture and colour. Has a very attractive head with the darkest of eyes and pigmentation. Front movement was very positive using her shoulders to cover the ground well holding level top-line and hocks with drive.
2nd Waddington’s Spindlepoint Babich JW
A really feminine young lady with super eyes and pigment – good outline from elegant neck to level top-line and correct tail set. In good coat and well presented she was a confident, positive mover moving four square both ways.
3rd Ireland’s Charnell Frolic
Res Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Flame
VHC Hogan’s Stavonga Phoebe
HC Pagan’s Sorata Sophie Tucker
Special Open Under 18 lbs (15, 4)  
1st Parker’s Clentview Chanel at Jordanic
Another Blenheim – blessed with the ‘lozenge’ with pretty head, dark, full eyes and gently cushioned face. Good crest of neck, with correct shoulder placement she held her head proudly on the move. Well balanced throughout she held a level top-line and moved strongly.
2nd Knight’s Carolus Little Madam JW
Heavier marked Blenheim with all the essentials required for the breed. Attractive head with all the required furnishing, lovely eyes and head carriage. Good spring of rib and compact body – made on ‘slighter’ lines than ‘Chanel’ she had an excess of energy which caused erratic movement.
3rd Cumberledge’s Leskarpru Snow White Cherry
Res Li’s Avalcier Amber
VHC Coombes’ Verheyen Tabitha
HC Taylor’s Rosscrea Summertime
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (9, 1)  
1st Rennard’s Deranmar Francesca JW
Nice Blenheim in richly marked coat, pleasing head with dark full eyes, head framed by well set ears. Moved well both ways with strong hindquarters used with drive. A confident, happy show girl.
2nd Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Queens English
Loved this lady – at 6 and a half years of age she can show the youngsters a thing or two. In lovely coat, richly coloured and presented in first class condition – attractive head, gentle expression from dark, full eyes – moved well.
3rd Mynott’s Honeybet Just Magic
Res Sparrow’s Tashmit The Next Generation
VHC Davies’ Larrcraig Celtic Promise
HC O’Connor’s Abercree Charlotte
Open (10, 0)  
1st Hogan’s Ricksbury Royal Promise for Stavonga
A lovely Blenheim, full attractive head with all the essentials. Good crest of neck, shoulder placement and strong hindquarters she won on movement which was strong and positive. Full of quality in lovely coat she showed well.
2nd Waters’ Ch Maibee Gentle Touch
Another richly marked Blenheim – extremely pretty with dark, full eyes – it was a difficult decision between these two young ladies. Elegant neck, straight front, level top-line held at all times with firm hindquarters. Stood four quare and showed very well.
3rd Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Queens Maid JW
Res Claydon’s Ch Brymarden Moon River JW
VHC Aldous & Smith’s Ch Aranel Electra
HC Lynn’s Phrenchy Pollyanna
Veteran (19, 4) A wonderful class of O.A.Ps! It was a delight to have so many in the class. Obviously many had to go without a Prize card but they are all a credit to their owners and obviously enjoyed there day in the ring.
1st Conneally’s Ch Droleus That’s M’Libbii at Coedgwylum
A Blenheim – dripping in coat and very well presented. Very pretty with a gentle expression from those lovely eyes – she moved beautifully, thoroughly enjoying her day out. Must be a delight to own!
2nd Underwood’s Vanmarlen Cherry Blossom for Neddaow
Tricolour in wonderful coat. Attractive head, lovely eyes followed ones every move – not wanting to miss a thing. Moved very strongly, wagging her tail continually. A credit to her owner.
3rd Wheeler’s Sharonaz Melody for Drumhaye
Res Biggs’ Camahieu Marquise of Kellorian ShCM
VHC Juniper’s Donrobby Butterfly Orchid of Lewiscarol
HC Waddington’s Spindlepoint Kim Crawford
Kennel Club Breeders Competition
1st Mr & Mrs Towse - Miletree
Mrs Inglis -
My co judge and I agreed that the Miletree group deserved to win for their type and depth of quality.
Mrs Rees - Of the 5 teams in this section Mrs Inglis and I agreed that Mr P C and Mrs R K Towse (Miletree) were the winners.

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