The Combined Clubs Championship Show
Hosted by The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
22nd August 2010
Best In Show - Ch Cinderlace Cromwell JW
Reserve Best In Show - Hollambrie Pink Sapphire
Best Opposite Sex - Hollambrie Pink Sapphire
Best Puppy In Show - Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
Reserve Best Puppy In Show - Homerbrent Accolade
Best Veteran In Show - Ch Keyingham Branwell
Oldest Veteran Exhibited - Goodgame’s Glynco May Melody (14+ years old)

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs. Mrs Jeanie Montford (Elvenhome)
I thank committee for the invitation to judge at this unique show held at a place of such significance in the history of our breed, with links that go back to the first Churchills. I felt greatly honoured to be asked and to look up and see the Palace in the background while judging was an amazing experience. Many thanks to all who worked so hard to organize this huge weekend of activities.
It is some years since I judged and I feel that size has crept up somewhat – a number of dogs had quite heavy bone rather than the moderate bone called for. And the variation in head types was quite marked – many had quite deep rounded skulls with deep stops, not at all what our Standard describes. Temperaments were excellent and all mouths were correct. My co judge and I were in complete agreement in making the Dog CC winner BIS.
I think I was lucky to judge in a "vintage" year for good dogs – "spoiled for choice" is an overworked phrase but in this case it was true. I sincerely thank the exhibitors for bringing such wonderful Cavaliers. The entry included many past "greats" of the breed and, I am sure, many future "greats" as well.
Dog CC Vella’s Ch Cinderlace Cromwell JW
Reserve CC Towse’s Miletree Constellation JW
Best Puppy Coaker’s Homerbrent Accolade
     
Veteran (10 Entries, 2 Absent) Some of those "greats" were in my first class of the day, surely the most amazing veteran dog class ever ... my first four included the current breed record holders, a previous breed record holder, two parent club BIS winners and a general championship show BIS winner. In order they had won 37 CCs, 12 CCs, 37 CCs, and 33 CCs. I must make special mention of the 4th placed Ch Ricksbury Royal Legend who strutted his way around the ring to huge applause, looking magnificent at 13 years of age and who, I am told, brought the house down in the Parade of Champions.
1st Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
I have admired this dog since he was a youngster. Beautiful outline, make and shape, moved with drive and activity keeping his outline, pleasing and soft head beautiful neck and shoulders, absolutely level topline, short in coupling and well angulated hindquarters. He was so clearly enjoying his day in the spotlight.
2nd Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Another so well constructed…a correct head which has matured and softened with age – I think better now than when he was young. Excellent construction, he always was a great mover and still is. His great qualities overcome his heavy markings.
3rd Bubb’s Ch Wandris Entertainer JW
A great privilege to go over this famous boy – his great quality shines through, such good conformation and movement topped of by a wonderful head and in tremendous coat and condition.
Res Rix & Berry’s Ch Ricksbury Royal Legend
VHC Rolandi’s Honeybet Harvey Nichols
HC Royce’s Stonepit Teddy’s Boy at Rucazan
Minor Puppy (14, 4) Several promising babies but in a number the shoulders were not good and many were upright in upper arm, and there were some wide fronts in some instances.
1st Lamont’s Moorfields Unni
Very Self possessed youngster who certainly has his act together! Overall make and shape is lovely, very accurate up and back, moved with great activity and ground covering stride, topped off by a very sweet head.
2nd Sansom’s Byermoor Queens Flite
Lovely headed boy with rich pigment and with the promise of great coat to come nice mover good up and back just tended to drop his topline a little when standing.
3rd Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Astrologer
Nothing much to chose between two litter brothers for third – at the gangly stage but with good conformation and pleasing heads, should be contenders with more maturity, this boy had the better pigment.
Res Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Astronomer
VHC McInally’s Dalvreck Moondust
HC Attwood’s Clentview Rude Boy
Puppy (22, 6) Really lovely class full of quality.
1st Coaker’s Homerbrent Accolade
Neat compact and well made dog with excellent conformation, very correct head with flat skull correct length of muzzle and lovely dark eyes and pigment beautiful shoulders kept his topline on the move correctly broken up markings of rich chestnut.
2nd Rayner’s Trirayne Kasheera
Very, very sweet head and expression even if slightly short in muzzle, still needs to develop, well angulated shoulders and stifle, he was slightly longer in coupling, correct silky coat texture.
3rd Towse’s Miletree Seabiscuit
A lovely quality dog presented in full coat he caught my eye going around the ring, pleasing head with lovely generous expression correct in all departments, well broken rich markings and enjoying his day, just a little slack in topline on the day.
Res Waters’ Maibee Day Dream
VHC Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentleman
HC Kerr’s Kinvaar’s Mile High Club
Junior (20, 6)  
1st Li’s Avalcier Princeton
What a handsome young man – beautifully made, ideal for size and bone, lovely head not exaggerated in any way, good dark pigment, well knit frame with elegant reach of neck and excellent turn of stifle, moved with drive and activity holding a level topline, coat of the softest texture and well presented.
2nd Dawber’s Bevelmount Montecarlo at Simanbeck
Another of similar type, beautiful rich pigment well marked with pearly white, very correct head not overdone in any way, softly padded muzzle, he kept a good outline on move, very promising.
3rd McMurray’s Cinderlace Hypericum at Merryoth
What a frustrating boy – he has so many good qualities but does not want to show them off. Unsure of himself but settled as the class progressed, a classic head, well made body with well angulated shoulders and good turn of stifle.
Res Matsumoto’s Miletree William Takashi
VHC Mowatt & Gillhespy’s Marigill Manila
HC Rennard’s Verheyen Teddy
Yearling (10, 2) A hotly contested class, nothing much between the first three.
1st Towse’s Miletree Northern StarThis blenheim caught my eye when he entered the ring but had to fight for his place as the class went on with some stiff competition. Well made all through with marvelous head, he ended up winning this class on his movement, very true up and back and with great driving ground covering stride. He was in beautiful condition and his presentation was immaculate. Did not know till afterwards he was the litter brother of my Res CC.
2nd Li’s Avalcier Harvard
A lovely dog of slightly different type, slightly lighter in frame, a very lovely head and expression, neat compact body, he was in full coat of the softest texture with well broken markings, moved well.
3rd Mynott’s Honeybet Magic Touch
A really attractive tri, good bone and substance, soft generous head and expression, good conformation, well marked and presented in good coat with correctly broken markings, he just tended to drop his topline on the move.
Res Boardman’s Cinderlace Mulligatawny by Volney JW
VHC Hardy’s Anberan Masterfam’s Keegan
HC Baillie’s Selkies Odanodan at Fyrnrose
Special Graduate Blenheim (23, 4)  
1st Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Bailey
Handsome boy in full coat, a strong, masculine head without being overdone in any way, good neck and well laid shoulders, correct level topline which he carried on the move.
2nd Boyd’s Wandris Comedian at Airlie JW
Slightly lighter framed dog with excellent conformation and correct proportions, short coupled, broad skull, open and sloping stop and neat muzzle combining to give a very pleasing head and expression, moved beautifully.
3rd Stevens & Moffatt’s Cinderlace Sheer Milkeyn
Made up a trio of quality dogs, appealing expression, flat skull, neat muzzle, lovely eyes, well made all through, he moved accurately up and back, just not coat and finish of those above.
Res Mowatt’s Asmena Slip Anchor
VHC Drewett’s Judyland Magical Fizz
HC McInally’s Dalvreck Danzatore
Special Graduate Tricolour (10, 1) Movement was not generally strong in this class.
1st Hughes’s Loranka’s Moment In Time
This boy has good overall conformation, pleasant head and expression, moved reasonably well up and back, he has beautifully broken up markings and was well presented. At only just a year old, I hope he does not grow on any more.
2nd Gaskell’s Jeilohn Coinneach
Good size and bone, well made body , broad skull and neat muzzle, a narrow blaze and smaller eye just detracting from the expression.
3rd Coles’ Twyforde Centauri
This boy had good moderate bone, just a little rangy and long in loin, pleasant head, good proportions of muzzle length to skull, his expression would benefit from a larger eye, well presented, in good coat.
Res Town’s Poundroll Montie Carlo at Barsac
VHC Coaker’s Homerbrent Flash Gordon
HC Whitehead’s Perbelle Moonlight Shadow
Special Graduate Black & Tan (8, 4)  
1st Jones’ Timsar Black Knight
Nice shape, well put together if a shade long in loin, pleasing head with nice flat skull, high set ears, large, dark eyes, movement accurate up and back and carried correct outline in profile on the move.
2nd Royce’s Leelyn Harvey at Rucazan
Similar to 1st, short coupled but taller on leg giving different proportions. Strong in head with large dark eye contributing to pleasing expression, just not as positive in movement.
3rd Evans’ Svena The Magician by Ttitian
A good head again with lovely large eye, flat skull and well placed ears, not making the most of himself and somewhat out of coat.
Res Gamble’s Lisgarth Rokocoko
Special Graduate Ruby (7, 3)  
1st Koster’s Harana Dynamic
Handsome boy, flat skull well set ears, lovely large dark round eye. Muzzle just slightly long to be in perfect balance with skull, he moved well up and back, coat of the softest texture, rich red.
2nd Finney’s Anberan Pumpkin Spice at Sylklands
More compact in outline, short in coupling, but not the head qualities of first, slightly rounded in skull and a bit deep in stop, lovely eyes and pigment, not using himself on the move.
3rd Hardy’s Anberan Masterfam’s Keegan
A lighter boned and more immature ruby, pleasing head, again lovely dark eyes, neat and well constructed boy who just needs a bit of time.
Post Graduate (11, 0)  
1st Mackenzie’s Carsan Chazmagic
Blenheim of Ideal size make and shape, moderate bone, good depth of chest and spring of rib, a good mover, nicely marked with rich chestnut, very open and generous expression.
2nd Inglis’ Chantismere Mister Sandman of Craigowl
Well constructed boy, good reach of neck and well laid shoulders, short coupled, well turned stifles, enabling him to move well up and back and keeping his level topline.
3rd Lister’s Cachevell Dance In My Shadow
Stronger in head, a little deep in stop, good broad skull, massive ear fringes, a mover who went around with correct profile but his up and back movement just let him down, beautifully presented in full coat.
Res Wightman’s Royalston Enchanting
VHC Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
HC Godwin’s Cavaliegh Morgan
Mid Limit (16, 2) What a strong class – one of the highlights of the day! All six placed dogs were quality Cavaliers and have done much well deserved winning.
1st Towse’s Miletree Constellation JW
This dog simply dominated the class with his presence and charisma ... a mature dog with melting expression, head so very correct in all details, beautiful eyes, lovely neck and shoulders, well made body, full coat of the richest chestnut, moved with lovely flowing easy strides. My Res CC.
2nd Cunningham’s Verheyen Tweed
Slightly lighter framed dog of good structure, perfect proportions, so well made he never stood wrong, open generous expression flat skull, not too deep in stop, beautiful eyes, kept his topline on the move and was very accurate up and back.
3rd Pack-Davison’s Deranmar Caerleon at Verileas
Made up a trio of really beautiful dogs, very correct and typical head and expression, nose pigment just a little off today, good neck and shoulders, coat of richest pigment, a lovely deep red, happy temperament.
Res Waters’ Maibee Time After Time
VHC Carter’s Cobbets Dizzy Rascal JW
HC Boyd’s Tusculana Roberto at Airlie
Limit (16, 4)  
1st Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels JW ShCM
Very handsome, mature and fully coated, correctly broken up rich markings, neat muzzle, open generous stop and good eyes contributing to soft expression, moved quite just tending to fly his tail a bit on the move, faultless presentation.
2nd Hurst & Wake’s Llustant Paper Back Writer
Tri with such a beautiful head and expression, so hard to get in this colour, everything just in the right proportion, nicely made with good neck and shoulder giving excellent reach of neck, short coupled with good spring of rib and excellent turn of stifle, a tad more coat would finish the picture.
3rd Wightman’s Royalston Enchanting
Well boned blenheim, rather heavily marked, nice head and expression, tended to drop topline when standing.
Res Gamble’s Loranka’s Stardom
VHC Royce’s Leelyn Harvey at Rucazan
HC Boardman & Padmore’s Volney Gazpacho
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (9, 0)  
1st Coaker’s Homerbrent Branscombe
Really neat compact and well put together, just the right amount of bone, an excellent head, well set ears, correct stop, well broken coat markings although he could have more to complete the picture, very happy temperament.
2nd Hubbard’s Popolulu Dazzling Dempster JW ShCM
Handsome blenheim boy, good size and moderate bone, excellent construction, nice head and expression, he kept his level topline well on the move, well marked and in good coat.
3rd Inglis’ Craigowl Battenburg
What a frustrating dog! I love his type and I love his head and have done him well in the past – he was giving his handler such a hard time – I know he can do better than this!
Res Barwell’s Charlottetown George Cross
VHC Jenkins’ Hollambrie Hot Copy
HC Crozier’s Korraines Over The Moon
Open (13, 2)  
1st Vella’s Ch Cinderlace Cromwell JW
This was a battle royal between my first two dogs – so very little between them, hackneyed words I know but so true. However there can only be one winner and today it was a wonderful dog who captured and held my eye – absolutely correct make and shape. A textbook illustration of correct structure, a glorious head with absolutely typical expression, he was very accurate up and back and then commanded the ring with his presence, moving with great drive and authority, a sparkling performance. Dog CC and with the agreement of my co judge a very worthy BIS.
2nd Waters’ Ch Maibee Make Believe JW
What can I say about this wonderful Cavalier, one who has already made his mark on the breed not only as a show dog but as a producer being the sire of the wonderful Best Puppy in Show – a marvelous dog with such a great head and expression, super body and in a wealth of coat. He was simply out moved on the day.
3rd Conlon & Kotani’s Ch Rathbrist Rhydian
I judged this dog as a puppy and loved him. He has one of the loveliest tri heads, so soft and gentle and he is well made under his coat – but so much coat! It hid his good neck and shoulders and gave the impression of a poor topline. He also appeared to be affected by the heat, not moving with great enthusiasm. Perhaps he will shed some of the excess hair after the hot weather and will appear in all his glory.
Res Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Just Like Heaven JW
VHC Wiggins’ Whyteplace Alonso
HC Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Phoenix

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Bitches Mrs Di Fry (Amantra)
Firstly I must say I felt it was an honour to be asked to judge such a prestigious championship show by the officers and commitee of the Cavalier K.C.S Club. The event was so well organised and we were blessed with beautiful weather. The entry was a quality one and many super bitches had to go cardless, they were all well presented and I only had a couple of wrong bites which I had to penalize. There were some lovely gifts for the winners kindly donated by a variety of people. I thank my stewards for their invaluable help.
Bitch CC Jenkins’ Hollambrie Pink Sapphire
Reserve CC Eustace’s Salegreen Dear Sweet Pea
Best Puppy Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
     
Veteran (24 Entries, 6Absent)  
1st Rix & Berry’s Ch Ricksbury Royal Embrace
9 year old blenheim in sound condition. Lovely head, eye and pigment, correct bone, nice outline and moved out well.
2nd Goodwin’s Ch Lanola Salsa JW Sh CM
An old favourite of mine shown in lovely condition. Beautiful head, eye and expression with well placed ears. 7 years old but lost to 1st on topline.
3rd Waters’ Ch. Maibee Delicious
Res Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Krystle
VHC Deans’ Clockpelters Guiding Star
HC Goodgame’s Glynco May Melody
Minor Puppy (23,8 )  
1st Gillhespy’s Miletree Celeste
What a sweetie! Small well marked blenheim with correct head, dark round eyes, excellent pigment and cutest of expressions. Coat of good texture and moved soundly both ways.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Alexus
Another lovely puppy with such a pretty head,dark eyes and pigment with sweet expression. She is a lovely size with silky coat put down to perfection, moved soundly in all directions.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Moon Lily
Res Bubb’s Wandris Dressing Up
VHC Champion’s Lankcombe Dancing Queen
HC Matsumoto’s Hollambrie Olivia
Puppy (36, 6)  
1st Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
My notes say "What a cracker"! Most lovely 10 month blenheim pup with such a super shape, she is an excellent copy book type with lovely front, good neck and shoulders, correct bone, good topline and tail carriage. Her head is feminine with melting expression. She is so well schooled and has sound happy movement.
2nd Conlon & Kotani’s Rathbrist Pixie Lott
Pretty Tri, well marked with rich tans, 11months old with correct head, eye and pigment. She has a super topline, moving and standing, her tail carriage is correct and she moved well.
3rd Rix & Berry’s Ricksbury Royal Companion
Res Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana
VHC O’Grady’s Sorata Cherish of Culverhill
HC Homes’ Leogem Campanella
Junior (26, 6)  
1st Butler’s Tamyse Theodora
Very pretty 17 month old bitch with the soft head I was looking for, she has a good neck and topline with correct tail carriage. She has a lovely temperament and moves very well, just needs coat to complete picture. One to watch!
2nd McMurray’s Cinderlace Primrose at Merryoth
Pretty blenheim of lovely type, pleasing head, expressive dark eyes and dark pigment. Well balanced and sound moving. Nice Bitch!
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Touching Heaven
Res Moulden’s Whitecroft Sweetheart
VHC Goodwin’s Lanola Fabiola
HC Kerr’s Suesitna Santa Lucia from Kinvaar
Yearling (21, 4)  
1st Hurst & Wake’s Llustant Lunar Belle JW
Lovely sized bitch with rich markings. Good neck, shoulders and topline, sweet feminine head with good dark eyes and soft expression. Moved very well.
2nd Pagan’s Sorata Rosemary
Lovely made bitch with rich red silky coat, excellent front and topline with correct tail placement. Most lovely head and expression could change places another day.
3rd Bartlett’s Korolevsky Oksana JW
Res Ralph’s Korendil Take A Look At Me Now
VHC Williams’ Johnasta Russian Dancer
HC Connor’s Gadeslain Wicked
Special Graduate Blenheim (19, 5)  
1st Chapman’s Ellemich Aurora JW
Quality feminine bitch of lovely size. Good head, expressive dark eyes and dark pigment. She has an excellent front with good bone, level topline and correct tail placement. Moved soundly.
2nd Waters’ Maibee Timeless
Another super blenheimwith very rich markings. Correct size with super head, eye and pigment and lovely expression. Excellent angulation and moved with drive. Could change places another day.
3rd Towse’s Miletree Crystall
Res Cunningham’s Verheyen Laura
VHC Hogan’s Deeriem Carismatic for Stavonga
HC Darley’s Kaidee Krista
Special Graduate Tricolour (13, 4)  
1st Eustace’s Salegreen Dear Sweet Pea
This is a very flashy well made tri. With rich tans in the right places, appealing head with lovely eyes and expression. She has good bone and a firm body. Correct topline and tail set. Moved at one with handler. When in full coat should trouble the best.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Magic Moments
Well broken tri with such rich tan markings, ery feminine head with good ear placement and nice eyes with soft expression. Moved well keeping a good outline. Sound.
3rd Smith’s Wightisle Twist of Magic at Sapphireisle
Res Follows’ Downsbank Nebraska Nesta at Ellacroft
VHC Williams’ Jacrianna Antoinette by Johnasta
HC Coles’ Twyforde Mimosa
Special Graduate Black & Tan (6, 1)  
1st Evans’ Svena Witchcraft
Well made b/t with excellent reach of neck and lay of shoulders. Very rich tans with good bone and body. Nice head with lovely round dark eyes and good expression. Moved soundly, left her clothes behind but nothing to hide.
2nd Williams’ Johnasta Russian Dancer
Well coated b/t with soft feminine head and kind expression. Another one with rich tan markings, Good front and topline. Moved soundly.
3rd Hill’s Montcolly Madlin
Res Cullen & Parker’s Cavisdale Holly Holy at Chlojade
VHC Hollamby’s Tamcinia Black Velvet
Special Graduate Ruby (10, 1)  
1st Pagan’s Sorata Mae West
Sweet ruby bitch of excellent make and shape, most lovely outline moving and standing. Soft expressive head with good eye and darkest of pigment. Moved very soundly and well presented in silky coat. (Best Ruby Bitch).
2nd Smith’s Beaudale Bye Bye Lullaby
Similar size to 1st, feminine head with kind expression dark eyes and pigment, ears well set on she moves soundly keeping a good outline.
3rd Li’s Avalcier Amber
Res Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana
VHC Walton’s Underknoll Ti Amo
HC Cullen & Parker’s Cavisdale I Got You Babe at Chlojade
Post Graduate (25, 11)  
1st Inglis’ Craigowl Blueberry JW
Attractive well broken tri with rich tans, lovely soft head with dark eyes and pigment and the sweetest expression. She has a good neck and topline, moves happily and soundly.
2nd Hazeltine’s Juzandia Pepper Potts
Very attractive ruby stood four square, sweet feminine head lovely dark round eyes and pigment. Made a lovely picture, moved out well.
3rd Cunningham’s Verheyen Tulip
Res King-Smith’s Ispahan Bella Paola
VHC Korn’s Sandusk Chardonnay JW
HC Richens’ Emarik Honeysuckle Gem
Mid Limit (15, 3)  
1st Jenkins’ Hollambrie Pink Sapphire
My star of the day! She caught my eye on entering the ring. Super short back blenheim with rich chestnut markings on a pearly white coat in gleaming condition and so well presented. Classic feminine head with well set on ears, most lovely eyes and melting expression, good reach of neck and lay of shoulders. Excellent topline leading into correct tail placement. Moved and showed well and at one with her handler. Would have liked to take her home, and today gained her well deserved crown.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Scarlette
Very pretty blenheim, richly marked and of lovely size. Sweet feminine head with pretty expression, dark eyes and good pigment, moved well keeping topline well presented and well handled.
3rd Lovel’s Maibee Roselyn at Lovetrac
Res Waters’ Maibee Shine On
VHC Crane’s Cranvarl Spring Blossom
HC Richardson’s Kringleholme Applause
Limit (8, 6)  
1st Baillie’s Fyrnrose Mrs Tiggy Winkle JW
Well presented blenheim of lovely size and shape. Good front, level topline, feminine head, nice eye and good pigment. Moved out well.
2nd Koster’s Dortmund Delyla Harana
Lovely size b/t in super coat of good silky texture. Very rich tans, excellent outline with nice neck and shoulders. Moved very well. (Best Black & Tan Bitch).
3rd Towse’s Miletree La Vie En Rose
Res Coole’s Jolainey Sugar Babe
VHC Ward’s Charalier Fancy Dress
HC Goodwin’s Lanola Move Over Darling ShCM
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (13, 8)  
1st Robinson’s Tusculana Alessia
Well broken richly marked, compact blenheim with lovely outline. Short level back, kept topline standing and moving. Feminine head with lovely dark eyes and pigment, moved very well.
2nd Rennard’s Ch Deranmar Francesca JW
Very well made bitch, a favourite of mine. Nice feminine head properties, dark eyes and soft expression, wonderful mover. Lost today on pigment.
3rd Waddington’s Spindlepoint Babich JW
Res Flower’s Anberan Berrytini
VHC Turner’s Shalot Lady Bethan
Open (9, 1)  
1st Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Sherrie Baby JW
Beautiful tri with super head and rich tans. Moved keeping her super outline. Typy head with dark expressive eyes. Excellent bone and good topline, she has a lovely coat and is well presented in excellnt condition. Moved well. Worthy champion.
2nd Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Queens Maid JW
Richly marked blenheim of correct size, good reach of neck and lay of shoulders, excellent outline and tail placement. Good bone and classic head with dark appealing eyes. Moved out well. A very nice bitch, another worthy champion.
3rd Coole’s Ch Jolainey Taylor Made
Res Pagan’s Sorata Sophie Tucker
VHC Morelli’s Hillcave Angelrose Jnr Ch
HC Hegarty & Fitzpatrick’s Ir Ch Chantismere Charleston

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