The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show - 5th March 2011
Best In Show - Ch Maibee Make Believe
Best Opposite Sex - Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
Best Puppy - Lovetrac Mark Of Distinction
Best Veteran - Ch Keyingham Branwell

Dog Results Bitch Results Breeders Competition
Dogs. Mrs M Claydon
I enjoyed judging this very prestigious show and thank both my stewards for their very efficient control of the ring. There was quality in depth in the puppy classes which augurs well for the future and some of the later classes were extremely competitive making for some hard decisions. I was very pleased with my final line up and my dog CC had sired both the bitch CC winner and my best puppy.
Dog CC Waters’ Ch Maibee Make Believe
Reserve CC Pagan’s Sorata Don Vito
Best Puppy Lovel’s; Lovetrac Mark Of Distinction
     
Minor Puppy (26 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1st Lamont’s Moorfields Marceau
This 6 months baby has great potential, well marked Blenheim of super shape, level topline, clear cut head with beautiful dark eyes, well set ears, moved round the ring with style and showed really well for his handler.
2nd Waddington’s Spindlepoint Top Gear
Another lovely puppy of excellent type, well marked, shade long cast, lovely head and dark eyes, good pigment, in lovely coat and condition.
3rd Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Masterpiece
Res Drewett’s Judyland Magical Memory
VHC Godwin’s Cavaliegh Kinsman
HC Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Genesis
Puppy (13, 0)  
1st Lovel’s Lovetrac Mark of Distinction
11½ months Blenheim of good rich colour, super bone and body, level topline, nice shape and size, lovely head and dark expressive eyes, good pigment, well set ears, very much together, In the contest for best puppy he was much more mature than the very sweet puppy bitch. Best Puppy in Show
2nd Gillhespy’s Miletree Celestial Dreamer to Lorphil
Another super puppy who is just coming in to his own, perfectly markings of rich chestnut, nice neck, good topline, classic head with dark eyes, well set ears, showed well.
3rd Name Withheld Name Withheld
Res Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Revelation
VHC Whitfield’s Bevelmount Razzmatazz
HC Craig’s Ellemich Radley
Junior (14, 3)  
1st Pagan’s Sorata Don Vito
This ruby was new to me and is a really exciting prospect, a real stunner, good confirmation, nice neck and shoulders, level topline, super head and large dark eyes, gentle expression, well set ears, he moved round the ring with elegance, his wonderful personality was a joy to see, one of the best rubies I have seen, he must have a bright future, was pleased to award him the Res CC, just lost out on maturity to the CC winner.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Nathan
Another lovely exhibit who I really liked, Blenheim of lovely shape and size, well angulated, level topline, good head and dark expressive eyes, well set ears, good pigment, moved and showed well.
3rd Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentleman
Res Godwin’s Cavaliegh Wasn’t Me
VHC Lamont’s Moorfields Unni
HC Mangham’s Garlouchi Just Magic of Charnavale
Yearling (16, 2)  
1st Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Maveric
Well marked blen of lovely type put down in excellent order, good confirmation, nice size, good bone, beautiful head with lovely dark eyes and good pigment, he made a lovely overall picture.
2nd Engel’s Angel’s Pride Emerald
Nice shape and size with good angulation, level topline, good head and dark eyes, good pigment, well set ears.
3rd Dawber’s Bevelmount Montecarlo at Simanbeck
Res Li’s Avalcier Gino JW
VHC Ireland’s Charnell Monterey
HC Matsumoto’s Miletree William Takashi
Special Graduate Blenheim (11,3)  
1st Waters’ Maibee Day Dream
Another sired byCC winner and has many of his wonderful qualities, well marked and put down in excellent order, good confirmation nice size, good bone, classic head with beautiful eyes and good pigment, made a lovely picture.
2nd Hughes’ Kaishmar Kavanagh Loranka
Another nice type also in good coat and extremely well presented, nice size and shape, level topline, nice head and dark eyes, good expression, good pigment, moved and showed well.
3rd Carthy’s Chantismere Cast A Spell on Corduke
Res Craig’s Cinderlace Arabis of Aldachell
VHC Crane’s Spindlepoint Macallan into Cranvarl
HC Pinder’s Kringleholme Chauffeur
Special Graduate Tricolour (11, 2)  
1st Renaud’s Ellenaud Lord Of The Rings
Small compact tri of nice size and shape, heavily marked, nice head and eye with good rich tan, dark eyes, well angulated, not helping his handler today.
2nd Jinks’ Khatibi Angus Macoatup at Edenloch
Larger type than winner, heavily marked, nice head, dark eyes, gentle expression, in good coat, showed well.
3rd Hedger’s Arnie Adorable at Alrewic
Res Richmond’s Charlottetown Pieter
VHC Fry & Jackson Amantra Ringmaster
HC Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Blaze Away JW
Special Graduate Black & Tan (12, 1)  
1st Rogerson’s Rabymar River Dancer
Beautiful black and tan put down in really good order, good shape and size, good bone for size, gorgeous head, and gentle expression, dark eyes, well set ears which he used well, rich tan markings, moved and showed well.
2nd Fox-Shone’s Cobalatino Candyman
Another nice type in full flowing coat, nice shape and size, well boned, well angulated, classic head, dark eyes, just wish he would use his ears more.
3rd Gamble’s Lisgarth Rokocoko
Res Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Oakey Doekee
VHC Middle’s Toraylac Dizzee Rascal into Jonlis
HC Royce’s Leelyn Harvey at Rucazan
Special Graduate Ruby (2, 0)  
1st Clark’s Dortmund Gorgeous George
Ruby of lovely rich colour, shade long cast, nice head and eye, in good coat, moved well.
2nd Allitt’s Tillashby Gold N’ Delicious
Ruby more on the rangier side, good rich red colour, moving a little close behind today, however, very well handled by her young handler, showed well.
Post Graduate (18, 1)  
1st Li’s Avalcier Harvard JW
Well marked Blenheim of lovely type, put down in excellent order, lovely make and shape, level topline, well angulated, handsome head with clear cut markings, large dark eyes, gentle expression, moved and showed really well.
2nd Mynott’s Honeybet Magic Touch
Well marked tricolour who has the soundest of movement, good confirmation, level topline, nice head and large dark eyes, showed well.
3rd Boyd’s Wandris Comedian at Airlie JW
Res Hunter’s Winter Thyme at Spennithorne
VHC Lymer & Scheidt Lymrey Hi Altitude
HC Biggs’ Kellorian Reason to Believe
Mid Limit (11, 2)  
1st Inglis’ Chantismere Mister Sandman of Craigowl
Blenheim of good colour, nice type, good shape and size, good angulation, good head with dark eyes and gentle expression, in good coat and condition, moved soundly, showed well.
2nd Rogerson’s Rabymar Untouchable
An old favourite of mine, this black and tan has the most wonderful head and gorgeous dark eyes, just the right amount of cushioning, gentle expression, rich tan markings, excellent confirmation, just a bit between coats today.
3rd Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Washington
Res Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Pascavale Bailey
VHC Boyd’s Tusculana Roberto at Airlie
HC Hughes’ Loranka’s Moment In Time
Limit (15, 1) Super Class
1st Maclennan’s Aranel A Classic
This Blenheim really took my eye, super compact shape, nice size, good neck, level topline, lovely head and dark expressive eyes, well set ears, looked so good in profile, he coasted around the ring to win this hotly contested class, one I am sure will have a bright future.
2nd Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels JW ShCM
Another who I have judged before and really liked, super Blenheim of excellent type, well marked clear cut chestnut markings of rich colour, nice bodyshape, level topline, super head and lovely dark expressive eyes, was put down to perfection.
3rd Homes’ Leogem Marcello
Res Finney’s Anberan Pumpkin Spice at Sylklands
VHC Gamble’s Loranka’s Stardom
HC Boardman’s Cinderlace Mullligatawny by Volney JW
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (9, 0)  
1st Towse’s Ch Miletree Constellation JW
A real favourite of mine having given him best puppy as a youngster, he has fulfilled all his early promise, lovely shape with good topline, beautiful rich coloured markings, superb head with gorgeous dark expressive eyes, gentle expression, he seemed a bit distracted today but a wonderful example of the breed.
2nd Levy, Sedwick & Cline’s Pascavale Phoenix
Smaller Blenheim but with everything in the right place, nice neck, good topline, good bone for size, super head with the most fantastic liquid eyes, good pigment in really good order, showed and moved well.
3rd Li’s Avalcier Hans JW
Res Lamont’s Ir Ch Moorfields My Hero
VHC Drewett’s Judyland Magic Moods
HC Renaud’s Ellenaud Lord Of The Rings
Open (7, 0)  
1st Waters’ Ch Maibee Make Believe
Have loved this dog since I first saw him as a puppy, the type we should all strive to breed for, very rich chestnutmarkings, good bone, nice neck and shoulders, level topline,classic head with the most beautiful eyes, gentle expression, black nose pigment, well set ears, in beautiful coat and condition, he moved around the ring with style and looked every inch a champion, in the final line up he looked the finished picture and on the referees decision was BIS.
2nd Vorderstrasse’s Craigowl Santana
Super tricolour, one of the best here today, excellent type, well put together, good bone, nice neck, level topline, excellent head with large dark eyes and rich tan markings, he moved and showed so well.
3rd Owens’ Menota Boogie Woogie
Res Tarabad’s Khatibi Juan For The Road JW ShCM
VHC Morelli’s Hillcave Marco
HC Royce’s Leelyn Harvey at Rucazan
Veteran (12, 3)  
1st Baker & Park’s Ch Keyingham Branwell
This 8½ years old blen is a credit to his owner, thoroughly deserves his place in the record books, compact and sound, lovely size, wonderful head and lustrous large dark eyes, gentle soft expression, he moved round the ring with such style, a truly special cavalier.
2nd Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Billy Elliot
Another super tri from the top drawer, also looking really good for his age, good body shape, level topline, lovely head and dark expressive eyes, rich tan markings, showed and moved really well.
3rd Koster’s Ch Harana Starman
Res Royce’s Stonepit Teddy’s Boy at Rucazan
VHC Pinder’s Moonvale Song ‘N’ Dance
HC Lunam’s Nustoal Red Baron von Tingewood

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Bitches Mr K Berry
I was honoured to be invited to judge at the prestigious Cavalier Show, and it was fitting that we remembered Mrs Shelagh Allerton with a 2 minutes silence. I do not intend to use this as a soap box, but perhaps some of the exhibitors could think about the fact that this is a beauty competion, and in some dogs presentation left a lot to be desired.
Bitch CC Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
Reserve CC Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Sherrie Baby JW
Best Puppy Towse’s Miletree Star of India
     
Minor Puppy (21 Entries, 3 Absent)  
1st Towse’s Miletree Star of India
Certainly a star in the making, no matter where she goes. Delightful well broken Blen. lovely full dark eye. Beautiful coat of soft silky texture. A lovely size with a wonderful temperament. Bags of attitude, and although only just 6 months I had no hesitation in awarding her BPB. Her size and type are what we should be aiming for.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Moonlight Shimmer
Another quality puppy with well marked coat, good eye and good pigmentation. Excellent Bone. Retained a level topline both standing and moving. Should have a bright future.
3rd Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Royal Miss
Res Sharratt’s Dunadrob Sent From Heaven
VHC Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Perfect Passion
HC Hunter’s Spennithorne Summerthyme
Puppy (21, 2) Another quality class.
1st Boundy’s Ellemich Ruby Wax at Rubyfield
I hope she does not end up the same as her namesake!!!! Delightful Ruby, beautifully presented, in gleaming coat. Lovely sound movememt. Well developed bone. I particularly liked her well set tail, and hind angulation. She had good length of leg, which it has to be said we are losing in not only the whole colours. Should have a bright future, as should the 2nd.
2nd Towse’s Miletree Sagitta
Lovely bitch, with good bone and sound movement. Particularly pleasing expression and good pigmentation. On the day not as settled on the winner on the move.
3rd Rennard’s Kingsmaze Natasha Deranmar
Res Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Tip
VHC Shrimpton’s Cobbets Chorus Girl
HC Coole’s Jolainey Pollyanna
Junior (25, 4) OMG, another stunning class.
1st Engel’s Angel’s Pride Gentle Star
Absolutely stunning Blen, with the most beautiful head quality and the largest darkest eyes, giving a melting expression. Good pigmentation, nice neck and shoulders. Excellent topline, correct spring of rib. Good tail set and croup. Moved happily and freely around the ring, displaying all the characteristics of the breed. Her size appeals enormously, as does her temperament. Full of sparkle and in a strong line up I could not overlook this beautiful bitch and was delighted to award her what I was told was her 3rd CC. Both myself and my co-judge considered our own CC winners the best so choice for Best in Show fell to the Referee, who gave her sire the final nod for BIS.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Alexus
Well broken Blen of similar size to 1. Lovely topline and tailset, good bone, and again with excellent temperament. She moved and showed to advantage and well deserved her placing.
3rd Matsumoto’s Hollambrie Olivia for Takashi
Res Tarabad’s Khatibi Lemon Ada JW
VHC Vella’s Cinderlace Honey
HC Hogan’s Stavonga Stylist
Yearling (13, 3)  
1st Conlon & Kotani’s Rathbrist Pixie Lott
A delightful Tri Colour of 17 month. Beautiful kind dark eyes, giving a lovely expression. Lovely neck and shoulders, good tail set and Croup. Moved and showed well. A bitch of ideal size.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Touching Heaven JW
Well broken nicely marked Bien. Good head quality, and once again a good size and type. Who moved and showed well.
3rd Butler’s Tamyse Theodora
Res Moulden’s Whitecroft Sweetheart
VHC Stahl’s Key To My Heart vom Kaninchengarten
HC Crozier’s Korraines Kressida
Special Graduate Blenheim (21, 5)  
1st Kirschbaum & Verderstrasse’s Bonitos Campaneros Untouchable
15 month old Blen, outstanding head quality, excellent pigmentation. A little more coat would complete the picture. Very happy and outgoing in temperament. Of ideal size. Moved beautifully in profile. Could just strengthen a little in front. But I liked her a lot.
2nd Waters’ Maibee Time After Time
Richly marked Blen. lovely dark eyes. Nice neck and shoulders and moved competently.
3rd McMurray’s Cinderlace Primrose at Merryoth
Res Chapman’s Ellemich Cocochanel
VHC Lymer & Scheidt’s Tregarron My Marguerita
HC Gillhespy’s Miletree Celeste to Lorphil
Special Graduate Tricolour (13, 3)  
1st Name Withheld Name Withheld
These two bitches could easily have been the other way around. 2 beautiful heads with the correct expression, not easy in the colour. Both had beautiful dark ebony eyes. Both of correct size with good bone. Nice tailsets and croups, and both moved confidently. The gleaming coat clinched it for 1st.
2nd Kerr’s Suesitna Santa Lucia from Kinvaar
See write up for 1st.
3rd Lovel’s Lovetrac Vienetta
Res Bayliss’ Castlewytch Mistique
VHC Stahl’s Key To My Heart vom Kaninchengarten
HC Walton’s Belstonbell Water Lily with Underknoll
Special Graduate Black & Tan (8, 3)  
1st Gamble’s Loranka’s Back To Black for Lisgarth
Ideal size. Sleek shiny black coat of correct texture. Lovely dark eye giving good expression. Could tighten a little in front, but a happy outgoing temperament clinched the class.
2nd O’Grady’s Sorata Cherish of Culverhill
Many of the same remarks apply, particularly liked the good bright tan, and good bone. Just not as outgoing as the winner.
3rd Clark’s Dortmund Cleo Lane
Res Williams’ Sorata Daddies Girl Sancana
VHC North’s Jalesto’s One Vision
Special Graduate Ruby (12, 1)  
1st Smith’s Beaudale Bye Bye Lullaby
Lovely size and type, Beautifully presented. Gleaming coat of correct texture. Hasthe sweetest head, eye and expression. Beautifully balanced throughout. Clear winner.
2nd Pipkin’s Ryanmil Magic Flute
Of correct size. Good colour. Again of the correct texture in coat. Little unsettled in back movement, but well deserved her 2nd.
3rd Weston & Johnson’s Ecotyne Almost An Angel
Res Walton’s Underknoll Ti Amo
VHC Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Ribbons
HC Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana
Post Graduate (22, 11)  
1st Waters’ Maibee Odetta
A full coated Blen out moved the competion. Very good topline, tailset and croup. Excellent pigmentation. Lovely temperament. Liked her size and type. For perfection, I would like a slightly better eye.
2nd Goodwin’s Lanola Sabrosa JW ShCM
Another lovely bitch, good size and type. Liked expression. Excellent nose pigmentation. Not in the coat of winner.
3rd Bartlett’s Korolevsky Oksana JW
Res Inglis’ Craigowl Blueberry JW
VHC Korn’s Sandusk Chardonnay JW
HC Weston & Johnson’s Ecotyne Almost An Angel
Mid Limit (7, 3)  
1st Korn’s Lorphil Lilie at Sandusk
Typical toy Spaniel of correct size and type. Lovely head, good eye giving sweet soft expression. Excellent pigmentation. Nice outgoing temperament. Lovely tail set and croup. Easy winner of this class.
2nd Hughes’ Jordanic Italia Evydal
Well put down Blen. Large dark eyes, good pigmentation. Little up to size. Well broken coat. Tended to dip a little in topline on the move.
3rd Underwood’s Charterwood Delightful for Neddaow
Res Carr-Tomlinson’s Ledesham Myra
Limit (15, 5)  
1st Mancey’s Pataleys Gertrude Jekyll at Estrid
Ruby in full bloom. Excellent bone. Nicely constructed. Beautiful head, with large dark expressive eyes. Excellent Pigmentation. Nice neck and shoulders. Good topline tail set and croup. Moved with style and ease, and was in the last 4 for the CC.
2nd Hogan’s Deeriem Carismatic for Stavonga
A small toy spaniel with a quality head. Good flat skull with ears well set, and very well feathered. Short backed. Good front movement, but a little unsettled behind. Would like a little more coat to complete the picture.
3rd Homes’ Leogem Musetta
Res King-smith’s Ispahan Bella Paola
VHC Bayliss’ Castlewytch Serendipity
HC Goodwin’s Lanola Move Over Darling ShCM
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (12, 4) A very strong class headed by Coole’s Jolainey Sugar Babe.
1st Coole’s Jolainey Sugar Babe
Outstanding Blen, and very close up for top honours. A little more fringing on her ears would have been the icing on the cake. This bitch must surely make up. Has all the essentials I look for. Beautiful large dark eyes, so expressive. Good neck and Shoulders. Excellent tail set and croup. Delightful temperament. Yet another Montrose daughter.
2nd Hurst & Wake’s Ch Llustant Lunar Belle JW
Typical Toy Spaniel oozing type and quality. Lovely head enchanced by her large dark gleaming eyes. Good pigmentation. lovely neck and shoulders. Retained a good topline on the move. Was in beautiful coat and condition.
3rd Chapman’s Ch Ellemich Aurora
Res Jenkins’ Ch Hollambrie Pink Sapphire
VHC Waters’ Maibee Softly Shimmer
HC Towse’s Miletree La Vie En Rose
Open (9, 3)  
1st Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Sherrie Baby JW
A stunning well coated Tri colour bitch. Truly lovely head that is so well balanced. Lovely large dark eyes, giving the desired soft expression. Nice neck and shoulders. Perfect top line. Good tailset and croup. An outstanding Champion in any company. When challenging for the CC just missed out to the Junior bitch who was just putting that little bit more into proceedings. RCC
2nd Hegarty’s Ch/Ir Ch Chantismere Cha Cha
I have always coveted this beautiful well presented Blen, and one I would have liked to have owned. She has perfect balance in my opinion. This is enhanced by her superb neck and shoulders. Excellent tail set and croup. I cannot think why her owner is not campaigning her, as I feel she is still well worthy of top honours. Even in the strong company today, she was my 3rd choice of Best Bitch.
3rd Kirschbaum & Vorderstrasse’s Aranel Energi
Res Lovel’s Maibee Roselyn at Lovetrac
VHC Coole’s Ch Jolainey Taylor Made
HC Dean’s Kilbarchan Whisper with Clockpelter
Veteran (16, 4)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Krystle
Could not believe this bitch was 9 years old. In beautiful coat and condition. So well presented, and a bitch I always admired, when she was doing her winning. She shows the lasting qualities we all strive for in the breed, as does 2nd.
2nd Goodwin’s Ch Lanola Salsa JW ShCM
Beautiful bitch of lovely size and type. Particularly deep rich chestnut which I find most desirable. Unlucky to meet the winner of this strong veteran class. It was a class that was a joy to judge, and I found it difficult dismissing some of these lovely old girls.
3rd Waddington’s Spindlepoint Kim Crawford
Res Scott’s Toscam Monte Lucia
VHC Fisk’s Rosscrea Roxy Music
HC Underwood’s Vanmarlen Strawberry Field For Ever Neddaow
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