The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Open Show - 23rd August 2009
Best In Show - Pascavale Phoenix
Best Opposite Sex - Name Withheld
Best Puppy - Cinderlace Mulligatawny by Volney
Best Veteran - Tamcina Black Satin

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs. Mr F Yeoh (Yeosinga)
I accepted the Club’s invitation to judge with an acute awareness of the privilege extended to me. An excellent entry, both in terms of quality and quantity, awaited me and for this, I am grateful to the exhibitors for their trust as - with the current fashion - judges do not have the opportunities to judge a satisfactory entry at general open shows. It is sadly a catch22 situation for aspiring championship show judges and without proper experience and exposure they will not achieve the level of competence that is required at championship shows. It is heartening to handle so many excellent puppies in the hotly contested classes and it required careful evaluation as was the case for a few of the higher classes. The pleasure of judging was greatly enhanced by the fact that so many established breeders and exhibitors were present providing me with a depth of quality that tests my judging ability to the fullest - it gave me great pleasure and satisfaction.
Having judged the breed from 1984 and over the years studying the breed closely, it became evident from this representative entry that breeders have eradicated many undesirable features. This is convincingly evident in today’s entry. Exaggeration in the shape of head, particularly in the solid colours, is no longer prevalent. Size is now more stabilised with a narrower variation in weight with a negligible number at the top range. The solid colours are competing strongly with the Blenheims. Coat presentation is excellent throughout. A minor worry is that a few exhibits that scored well in all other features ruined their chances through possessing smallish untypical eyes - large round eyes are essential as they contribute to the soft and gentle expression so necessary to establish type.
My deep felt appreciation to committee members and officials for the warm hospitality and the exhibitors for making it such an enjoyable and rewarding day. The venue is ideal, the weather perfect with the sun blazing down on us only occasionally and it was dry. The huge collection of caravans added to the festive atmosphere. Congratulations are due to everyone who made it a special day.
Best Dog Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Phoenix
Reserve Best Dog Inglis’ Craigowl Coaster
Best Puppy Boardman’s Cinderlace Mulligatawny by Volney
     
Minor Puppy (7 Entries, 2 Absent)  
1st Waddington’s Spindlepoint Victory
Blen. 7 months old, pleasing head and expression, good well broken up colours, correct make and shape, balanced, moves and shows well, showing good prospects.
2nd Flower’s Anberan Clooney
B/T, good head and expression, pleasing outline, correct make and shape, moves and shows well.
3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Smartie
Res Gaskell’s Jeilohn Coinneach
VHC Deans’ Pataley’s Gromwell at Clockpelters
Puppy (10, 0)  
1st Boardman’s Cinderlace Mulligatawny by Volney
Ruby, BPIB, very good head and expression, silky coat of rich colour, good body shape, forequarters and hind legs, balanced and pleasing outline, moves true both ways, showing great promise.
2nd Towse’s Miletree Northern Star
Blen. scores in head properties, soft gentle expression, well broken up silky coat, shows and moves correctly and with elegance, another puppy that will be provide interesting competition in the future, narrowly beating his litter brother in this quality lineup with five puppies that could easily change places at another show.
3rd Towse’s Miletree Constellation
Res Stevens & Moffat’s Milkeyn Sheer Classic
VHC Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Bailey
Junior (11, 1)  
1st Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Mercury
B/T, scores in head features and expression, presenting a balanced outline, moves true, possessing a lovely temperament, possessing evident quality.
2nd Name Withheld Name Withheld
Blen. close up, pleasing head, typical soft expression enhanced by correctly shaped expressive eyes, balanced outline, in excellent coat with good ear fringes, another close decision.
3rd Williams’ Johnasta Red Admiral
Res Renaud’s Ellenaud Lord Of The Rings
VHC Godwin’s Cavaliegh Morgan
Maiden (11, 6)  
1st Eustace’s Salegreen Edwin
Tri, pleasing head and expression, good make and shape, good silky coat, moves and shows well.
2nd Jones’ Kenocto Magical Quest
Ruby, typical expression, presented a balanced outline, correct coat, moves well and a lovely temperament.
3rd Phillips’ Vonnyisle Little Rolo for Tillymist
Res Crozier’s Korraines Over The Moon
VHC O'Callaghan’s Amantra Vanguard
Novice (5, 1)  
1st Jones’ Kenocto Magical Quest
Second in previous class. (Maiden)
2nd Stevens & Moffat’s Cinderlace Sheer Milkeyn
Blen, pleasing expression, good make and shape, showed well with a lovely temperament.
3rd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Starlight
Res Harding’s Aquitaine Buckeye Brave
Veteran (1, 1)  
Spec Post Grad Tri or Blen (16, 5)  
1st Inglis’ Craigowl Coaster
Tri, RBD, another from the top drawer, scores in head features, typical expression complemented by large round eyes, silky coat presented in superb condition, good forequarters and turn of stifle, moves true both ways.
2nd Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Prince Of Thieves
Blen. that has typical head features, well presented coat of correct texture and good markings, balanced outline, moves well and shows with style and elegance.
3rd Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Tomkin
Res Rhodes’ Cinderlace Monte for Calonlan
VHC Sidgwick’s Paulian Kittihawk JW
Spec Post Grad B/T or Ruby (12, 4)  
1st Name Withheld Name Withheld
A quality ruby with typical head features and correct expression, moves very well and with elegance, balanced with good make and shape, another with a great future.
2nd Pagan’s Russmic Reggae Music at Sorata
B/T with a typical head and expression that is enhanced by large round eyes, pleasing outline, moves and shows with style.
3rd Jones’ Kenocto Magical Quest
Res Koster’s Harana Michael Buble
VHC Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Fiddlesticks
Limit (11, 2)  
1st Craig’s Aldachell Rhidian
Excelled in head features and typical soft expression, very good make and shape, correct silky coat beautifully presented, balanced, moves well with correct tail carriage, one that was considered in the lineup for best dog.
2nd Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Vaudeville
Blen. scores in head and expression, make and shape, moves and shows true and with style, not as pleasing in coat markings as winner, close up.
3rd Allerton’s Deeriem Trumpet Man
Res Hurst & Wake’s Llusant Paper Back Writer
VHC Waller’s Castlewytch Arizona Avec Jinjan
Open (10, 3)  
1st Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Phoenix
BIS, a quality blen. who excelled in head features, soft gentle expression, beautifully presented silky coat, well broken colours, super outline, balanced, ideal size, moves true and with such elegance, typical make and shape and is a joy to go over.
2nd Boardman’s Volney Bonanza
B/T, shown in full coat of correct colours and texture, typical head features and expression, good body and legs, moves and shows very well.
3rd Name Withheld Name Withheld
Res Latteck’s Pascavale Mikie
VHC Newell’s Corbieanne Misty Storm

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Bitches Mr F Yeoh (Yeosinga)
Best Bitch Name Withheld Name Withheld
Reserve Best Bitch Taylor’s Kemble Charisma
Best Puppy Williams’ Johnasta Russian Dancer
     
Minor Puppy (16 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1st Williams’ Johnasta Russian Dancer
B/T, BBP, an exiting prospect, scores in head properties and expression, correct make and shape, pleasing outline, moves very well and maintaining a level topline, winner of a strong class and I was truly spoilt for choice and decisions are close with all five in strong contention.
2nd Pagan’s Sorata Mae West
Ruby, another promising puppy, lovely head and expression, good coat rich in colour and silky texture, perfectly balanced in outlne, moves and shows well to win this placing.
3rd Hurst & Wake’s Llustant Lunar Belle
Res Mancey’s Pataleys Gertrude Jekyll at Estrid
VHC Loades’ Pataleys Back To The Fuchsia at Rosirius
Puppy (8, 2)  
1st Bartlett’s Korolevsky Oksana
Appealing head and expression, good coat and markings, good body shape and outline, moves true and with elegance.
2nd Williams’ Johnasta Red Petticoat
Ruby charmer with pleasing head and expression, typical outline, lovely temperament and moves true both ways.
3rd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Breeze
Res Black’s Crystaldawn Samantha
VHC Pipkin’s Ryanmil Magic Flute
Junior (12, 3)  
1st Korn’s Sandusk Chardonnay
Blen. good silky coat with well broken up colours, excelling in expression, and head features good make and shape, moving with conviction both coming and going.
2nd Towse’s Miletree Crystall
Blen. close up, similar is so many ways to the winner, it was a close decision.
3rd Allerton’s Bowfort Dandi’s Girl for Deeriem
Res Fisk’s Rebhann Forget-Me-Not
VHC Turner’s Shalot Captivation
Maiden (12, 5)  
1st Roberts’ Deeriem Kallisto Via Pauroi
Blen. pleasing expression with large expressive eyes, silky coat, good make and shape, moves very well.
2nd Hogan’s Stavonga Speculate Loncor
Blen. with excellent markings, another with pleasing soft and gentle expression, pleasing outline, moves and shows well.
3rd Oliver’s Cinderlace Jolene at Cheamley
Res Price’s Clentview Chantel at Bonnisbrooke
VHC Widing-Davies’ Dragonfly Daisy
Novice (12, 4)  
1st Allerton’s Deeriem Grecian Star
Blen. typical head features, correct silky coat well broken up, good make and shape, moves and shows well.
2nd Godwin’s Simpatico Honey Honey
Blen. loveliest of expression with large melting eyes, another with good markings, balanced, moves correctly.
3rd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Morning Star
Res Brewer  & Moody’s Bowfort Miss America
VHC Williams’ Sorata Daddies Girl Sancana
Veteran (3, 0)  
1st Hollamby’s Tamcina Black Satin
B/T pleasing head and expression with no exaggerated features, balanced outline, ideal size, correct silky coat, moves true in both directions and presenting a good outline.
2nd Sidgwick’s Paulian Kittiwake ShCM
Tri, good head features and expression, silky coat beautifully presented, pleasing make and shape, moves and shows with conviction and style.
3rd Deans’ Clockpelters Guiding Star
Spec Post Grad Tri or Blen (13, 6)  
1st Inglis’ Craigowl Blueberry
Tri. with super head features, large round expressive eyes, typical coat presented in superb condition, good body with correct spring of ribs, moves very well.
2nd Hughes’ Jodanic Italia Evydal
Blen. close up, scoring well in expression, silky coat with pleasing markings, correct body shape, front and rear quarters, showing and moving well and challenged the winner strongly.
3rd Coole’s Jolainey Taylor Made
Res Williams’ Clentview Gariad Sancana JW
VHC Gumm & Blackburn’s Beckenveldt Alicia Markova
Spec Post Grad B/T or Ruby (7, 0)  
1st Koster’s Harana Reet Petite
B/T in lovely silky coat presented in top condition, typical head and expression, balanced outline, moves true and with elegance.
2nd Flower’s Anberan Berrytini
B/T, pleasing head and expression, typical silky coat, good make and shape, moves correctly and with style, three top quality bitches.
3rd Towse’s Miletree La Vie En Rose
Res Fisk’s Rebhann Forget-Me-Not
VHC Deans’ Clockpelters Emmy Lou
Limit (9, 4)  
1st Name Withheld Name Withheld
RBIS, yearling with excellence in head and expression, good forequarters with good coordination resulting in free movement and a level topline, good make and shape, super temperament, markings may not please some but her overall outline is excellent, a great personality that is hard to overlook.
2nd Taylor’s Kemble Charisma
B/T, RBB, could not be denied the award as she ticked all the boxes, excelling in expression, good body shape with correct spring of ribs, evident quality and temperament and, moving with conviction and elegance.
3rd Phillips’ Droleus Sheez Just Cruuzin at Tillymist
Res Claydon’s Brymarden Moonmagic JW
VHC Williams’ Clentview Miss Dior Sancana JW ShCM
Open (6, 2)  
1st Hogan’s Ricksbury Royal Promise for Stavonga
Blen. that scores in head features and expression, lovely silky coat with good markings, balanced outline, correct body shape with good spring of rib, moves true and one that I included in the last three for Best Bitch.
2nd Craig’s Aldachell Sophisticated
Blen. lovely soft expression, good silky coat with pleasing markings, correct make and shape presenting a balanced outline.
3rd Turner’s Shalot Beguiled
Res Crozier’s Korraines Mooncrystal

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