Humberside Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Open Show - 4th September 2011
Best In Show - Khatibi Lemon Ada JW
Best Opposite Sex - Chantismere Mister Sandman of Craigowl
Best Puppy - Lymrey Angelica

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs. Mrs J Waller (Jinjan)
Thank you so much to the Committee for asking me to judge this very friendly show and also to my stewards Mary Drewett and Maxine Fox for all their help with the paper work etc. I really enjoyed my day and for that I would like to thank all the exhibitors.
Best Dog Inglis’ Chantismere Mister Sandman of Craigowl
Reserve Best Dog Allitt’s Tillashby Georgio
Best Puppy Hunter’s Spennithorne Perfect Thyme
     
Veteran Dog or Bitch (5 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st Scott’s Toscam Monte Lucia
A delightful profusely, good colour coated, Blenheim, A ‘young’ lady of nearly 9 years old, she had the sweetest expression with large, soft eyes Showed with great enthusiasm and moved around the ring like she owned it - Best Veteran
2nd Hobbs’ Beaconsfyled Rosie
Black and Tan 8 yrs old. She had a good shape and showed well wagging her tail all the time, obviously enjoying herself.
3rd Tarlton’s Tomnil Creme D’Anna
Minor Puppy (3, 0)  
1st Hunter’s Spennithorne Perfect Thyme
Heavily marked Blenheim dog that will, hopefully, gain more self assurance as he gets older. Had good depth of colour and moved well when settled. Dark, full expressive eyes with a dense pigmented nose and correct length of muzzle. Adequate bone with a nicely arched neck and top line, acceptable turn of stifle and short rear pasterns. BPD
2nd Hindle’s Ellisiana Adonis
A confident Blenheim boy who once settled had a reasonable top line. He still had his fluffy baby coat which was a good rich colour on a pearly white background classically marked. Good ear placement and leathers. Correct turn of stifle and short rear pasterns.
3rd Mowatt’s Levingthorpe Moon Magic
Puppy (1, 0)  
1st Weston & Johnson’s Ecotyne Who Are You
Ruby boy up to size who has time on his side and needs to mature in head. Had a nice strong rich red colour. Long ear leathers for a youngster. Good top line, deep chest with a reasonable turn of stifle showed well coming and going.
Junior (3, 1)  
1st North’s Jalesto’s Ravin All Night
Black and Tan. A well schooled dog that makes judging so much easier to assess. Nice full head with dark eyes and a soft, pleasant expression, needs to use his ears. In glossy coat, jet black with deep tan facial markings. Nicely arched neck and reasonable shoulder placement, kept top line on the move.
2nd Dean’s Khatibi Harris from Clockpelters
Black and tan boy that could do with more weight, but had a good top line and the best tail set of the day.
Maiden (1, 0)  
1st Weston & Johnson’s Ecotyne Who Are You
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Novice (2, 0)  
1st Whitfield’s Bevelmount Razzmatazz
Black and Tan dog - a lovely head with round eyes. In good shiny coat, showed well coming and going - carried his tail a little proud today but he looked good in profile having a very nice body shape with short back, good spring of rib, short rear pasterns with a good turn of stifle.
2nd Weston and Johnson’s Ecotyne Who Are You
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Graduate (1, 0)  
1st Wileman & Bott’s Narayden Dark Shadow of Narvidar
Stood alone but deserved his placing - A happy, silky coated Black & Tan with gentle soft expression, good construction. Good to look at in profile with a good top line that held on the move - a proud head carriage and moved extremely well both ways.
Special Post Graduate Blenheim (4, 0)  
1st Allitt’s Tillashby Georgio
Once settled I really liked this well marked Blenheim dog, nice front with good heart room, moved well with sound top line which held on the move, short rear pasterns with a good turn of stifle. Good front angulations. Nice expression with broad flat skull. Dark round eyes, black nose. The correct length of muzzle that I like. At one with his handler. RBD
2nd Price’s Almonroyd Maestro
Flashy Blenheim dog with a long silky coat, nicely marked. Good head shape with a broad white blaze, very unfortunate eye pigment that spoilt his expression. Good top line and turn of stifle.
3rd Mowatt & Gillhepsy’s Marigill Manilla
Special Post Graduate Tricolour (1, 0)  
1st Renaud’s Ellenaud Lord Of The Rings
Small, in full coat, reasonably marked tri with correct tan markings, nice front with good heart room. Good top line, but not happy today.
Special Post Graduate Black & Tan (2. 0)  
1st Wileman & Bott’s Narayden Dark Shadow of Narvidar
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2nd Houghton’s Brigodee Tyger Tyger JW
Up to size Black and Tan with a nice head and in good coat. Reasonable top line and a good turn of stifle but was giving his handler a hard time!
Special Post Graduate Ruby (1, 0)  
1st Allitt’s Tillashby Gold N’Delicious JW
Good colour Ruby with long ears. Large round eyes with correct length of muzzle. Didn’t seem too happy today but still managed to move OK - keeping a level top line.
Limit (4, 0)  
1st Dean’s Clockpelters The Fusilier
A longer cast Blenheim dog with nice eyes and pigmentation, good length of muzzle. Would like more weight on him over ribs but had good bone and turn of stifle. Moved OK, kept a level top line even though he was a bit reluctant on the move.
2nd Hunter’s Winter Thyme of Spennithorne
Blenheim. A larger type and definitely a dog - with large round eyes, shorter in loin than 1, good top line, tail set and colour.
3rd Hobbs’s Khatibi Ready Teddy Go to Beaconsfylde
Open (5, 1)  
1st Inglis’ Chantismere Mister Sandman of Craigowl
All male Blenheim dog with masculine head, Full bodied with good ribs. Beautiful, round dark, sparkling, soulful eyes, good nose pigment and broad skull. Good depth of colour and a white collar to emphasize his shoulder placement, correct top line on the move, unsettled front movement but had good turn of stifle and pushed with drive from short rear pasterns. Well groomed and in gleaming condition BD and RBOB, BOS.
2nd Tarabad’s Khatibi Nick Is In ATwist
Smaller Blenheim dog than 1 - in good coat, and as usual from this kennel groomed extremely well, moved acceptably but he was making his handler work hard today. Compact, correct length of loin and a sound top line with a good tail set.
3rd Dean’s Clockpelter the Fusilier

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Bitches Mrs J Waller (Jinjan)
Best Bitch Tarabad’s Khatibi Lemon Ada JW
Reserve Best Bitch Claydon’s Brymarden Carolina Moon
Best Puppy Lymer’s Lymrey Angelica
     
Minor Puppy (10 Entries, 2 Absent)  
1st Richardson’s Lorphil Matinee Kiss
Blen bitch with a nicely arched neck, with reasonable lay of shoulder. Eyes were expressive, round and dark and muzzle was the correct length. Tail set dropped off but her coat was of a good colour and nicely marked. Moved OK.
2nd Hindle’s Ellisiana Aphrodite
Pretty Blenheim bitch with expressive dark eyes and black nose. Nice long ear leathers and a good coat colour. She had a reasonable neck length and correct top line. Moved OK
3rd Tarlton’s Triodan Tsara to Tomnil
Puppy (7, 2)  
1st Lymer’s Lymrey Angelica
What a delightful girl and a pleasure to judge. Pretty bitch in good, well broken silky coat. Lovely large, dark, round eyes and black nose. Correct muzzle length and well cushioned. Good body shape, turn of stifle, reach of neck and top line. With a ‘very’ waggy tail! Excellent front and back movement BPIS
2nd Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Focus
Liked this pretty, good colour, good depth of chest Ruby girl. Nice head with large dark eyes, nice length of neck, good turn of stifle who looked good in profile. Moved well.
3rd Gillhespy & Mowatt’s Lophil Slip Silver
Junior (5, 1)  
1st Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Just Lucy
Blenheim bitch who although lacked coat it had a really lovely rich colour to it. She stood four square at all times and had a really good top line. Long ears framed her feminine face and she had a pleasant expression with dark eyes and a black nose. Would have liked more bone. Moved OK.
2nd Allitt’s Tillashby Layla Belle
Tri Colour who was a happy girl with a pretty feminine face and jet black nose. Tan in all the right places which could have been a fraction darker. Good reach of neck, nice top line and shape. A little straight in stifle but still I liked her profile outline. Close decision.
3rd Eyre’s Ladash Jasmin via Newroyds
Maiden (7, 0)  
1st Lymer’s Lymrey Angelica
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2nd Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Sharaz
A well behaved, mature, attractive headed, Ruby girl who had nice front with correct amount of heart room and good upper arm. Correct length of muzzle and a black nose. A clean outline. Moved well.
3rd Richardson’s Lorphil Matinee Kiss
Novice (6, 1)  
1st Lymer’s Lymrey Angelica
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2nd Allitt’s Tillashby Jive Baby
Classically marked Blenheim girl who was hard work for her handler on the table. Pretty head with large eyes and a black nose with the correct muzzle length. Good top line and reasonable tail set - moved with freedom.
3rd Johnston’s Brigodee Burning Bright
Graduate (7, 1)  
1st Claydon’s Brymarden Carolina Moon
A charming feminine, petite little girl. Clean outlines with a good depth of coat colour and correct top line, good spring of rib with compact body and nice bone. Has good ring presence and looked balanced in profile. Moved gracefully around the ring. RBB
2nd Scott’s Lorphil Lilibertie
Larger type than 1 but with clean classic markings and plenty of well groomed feathering. Nice dark eyes with a black nose, good length of muzzle. Moved ok.
3rd Johnston’s Brigodee Burning Bright
Special Post Graduate Blenheim (8, 2)  
1st Richardson’s Margill Miesque
Pretty, happy, up to size bitch with spot. Large dark eyes with good pigment and top line, round rib cage and deep chested. Long ear leathers but had left her clothes at home as had with quite a few bitches today. Moved OK when settled.
2nd Callaghan & Todd’s Charlwelton Angelic Star at Callyspride
Happy Blenheim girl on the heavier side and not quite so feminine as 1. Dark large, round eyes, good top line with deep chest and reasonable bone. Lovely coat colour - showed well.
3rd Colavecchia-Fish’s Carolus Lidia ShCM
Special Post Graduate Tricolour (3, 0)  
1st Tarabad’s Khatibi Lemon Ada JW
A light footed Tri bitch with striking, flashy markings, rich tan, broad skull with well filled correct length muzzle, darkest of eyes, good reach of neck, with moderate bone, level topline - moving well both coming and going. Loved watching her move in profile and she’s the size I like. It’s so hard to find a tri that not only has a soft, but, also has a tri’s cheeky expression and for me Ada had this - and each time I looked at her she just made me smile. Her handler (and helper) certainly knows how to get the best out of her dogs. BOB.
2nd Grist’s Truejoy Angel Delight
Tri with quite a hard expression but in good, well groomed shiny coat, moderate bone and I liked the angulation of the upper arm. Slightly longer cast than 1 but had a firm top line and moved OK.
3rd Greensmith’s Amacotpride Savana Dersue
Special Post Graduate Black & Tan (2, 0)  
1st Greensmith’s Dersue Cocoa Shanella
Fine boned Black and Tan little girl, not enough of her for me, would like more coverage and more bone. Dark eyes and well placed ear set. Shown sensitively and enjoying her day out.
2nd Grist’s Truejoy Black Magic
The same comments apply to both these little girls but 1 had the slight edge in movement. Black Magic was also placed VHC in Graduate Bitch.
Special Post Graduate Ruby (3, 0)  
1st Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Ribbons
I loved the head of this Ruby - she had a pleasing soft expression, broad skull with a well filled correct length of muzzle and dark eyes. Her coat colour could be richer but she was a nice shape with well let downs hocks plus a good turn of stifle. Moved and handled well.
2nd Weston & Johnson’s Ecotyne Almost An Angel
Head not quite so pretty as 1 but had a good reach of neck and acceptable lay of shoulder, slightly longer cast but had good bone, a good deep chest and a nice rich coat colour. Well muscled and moved OK.
3rd Johnston’s Brigodee Burning Bright
Limit (4, 2)  
1st Hobb’s Khatibi Heide Desirable at Beaconsfylde
Unusually marked Blenheim bitch but will good depth of colour. Pretty, with good length of muzzle and black nose. Reasonable bone, would like a better reach of neck but she held her top line and moved well. A happy girl.
2nd Dean’s Kilbarchan Whisper with Clockpelters
A small Tri colour bitch with short muzzle, nice eyes and long ear fringes. Good top line, but for me I would like more bone.
Open (4, 0)  
1st Tarabad’s Kaidee Kiss Me Kate Khatibi JW ShCM
Small petite, pretty Blenheim girl with spot. Expressive eyes of right size and colour. Good upper arm angulation and a deep chest. Coat of good colour and as usual from this kennel, well groomed. Moved OK.
2nd Powell’s Keyingham Little Gem at Margareith
5 year old Blenheim bitch that was a nice type. Round eyes with dark rims but because of her generous coat was panting which made her loose her expression. Good length of muzzle, broad head, nose pigment could be darker.
3rd Dean’s Kilbarchan Whisper with Clockpelters

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