The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show – 2nd March 2013
Best In Show – Harana Alfie Boe
Best Opposite Sex – Avalcier Inspired JW
Best Puppy – Ispahan Sea The Stars
Best Veteran – Ch Pascavale Krystle JW

Dog Results Bitch Results Breeders Competition
Dogs Mr G Porter (Ringcreevy)
It was a huge honour to be asked to judge what I consider to be the premier world Cavalier show and would like to thank the Club for the invite and hospitality extended to me over the weekend. This show holds many happy memories for me over the years and I know how much it means to have a good win here having been fortunate to have BPIS and other class wins in the past. It is exactly forty years in 2013 since I bought my first Cavalier as a schoolboy and this made the occasion all the more special and meaningful for me. The last 2 years have been very difficult with major health issues and surgery but I was determined, even with a recent setback, to try and fulfil this special appointment. I enjoyed judging with long time friend Sandra Ireland-Cooke and we were in total harmony whilst agreeing our joint decisions.
In these harsh economic times and with falling entries I was thrilled with the numbers and quality of the entry while the continental dogs present made for a real cosmopolitan event and there seemed to be a happy buzz throughout the day with applause for the winners. I had some stunning dogs and in most of the classes found what was my ideal, typical elegant outlines combined with what I consider true breed type. However, on the flip side I was rather alarmed to have a number with heavy untypical Bullfrog type heads almost Chow like, heavy top skulls with deep set eyes, so alien to what I think the standard calls for and I do hope this trend does not become the norm. A special thanks to my ever efficient stewards, Richard Cornaby and Roy Wilkinson who as always were so helpful especially when I started to flag towards the end of a long day.
Dog CC Koster’s Harana Alfie Boe
Reserve CC Engel’s Ch Angel’s Pride Gentleman
Best Puppy King-Smith’s Ispahan Sea The Stars
     
Veteran (10 Entries 2 Absent)  
1st Pagan’s Campanards Tribute to Sorata
Upstanding Ruby rising 9 who simply out moved the competition in the class. I loved his outline and shape, great neck flowing into a level topline with a perfect tail set and carriage well angulated all round. He has a lovely soft expression, large dark eyes and richly pigmented in coat eye and nose.
2nd Tarabad’s Am/Can Ch Khatibi Eamon High JW ShCM
Slighter smaller tri rising 8 with such well broken markings. He has a short level back with good round bone, nothing weedy or overdone here. Most typical head and expression, lovely dark eyes and rich tan points, moved round the ring with an easy gait. He looked familiar and his owner told me later that I had given him Winners Dog at a Speciality in Vancouver a few years ago!
3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Jamie JW
Res Mynott’s Honeybet My Way
VHC Hawes’ Kersmere Rhapsody
HC Latteck’s Pascavale Mikie
Minor Puppy (11, 1) A difficult class to judge and quite a mixed bag.
1st Kerr’s Kinvaar Son Of A Gun
Heavier marked well coated tri with a pleasing body shape, level topline and well angulated hindquarters with well let down hocks. His head is just about right for his age, soft facial qualities, lustrous dark eyes, moved steadily, point for point he was the most together in this class.
2nd Smith’s Salador Carnival
This well broken richly pigmented Blenheim was attending his first show and once he got over his initial apprehension I saw lots to like. Sweet expression large dark eyes and jet pigment and all framed with a good ear set. Correct body and bone with pleasing angulation. Towards the end of the class he started to wag and move out freely – good to see this exhibitor back in the ring again.
3rd Bubb’s Wandris Button Up
Res Whitfield’s Bevelmount Moonshine
VHC Craig’s Aldachell Andy Murray
HC Greensmith’s Dersue Arthur Pint
Puppy (19, 3) A more even class headed by 2 very promising puppies not overdone in any way.
1st King-Smith’s Ispahan Sea The Stars
Exciting Blenheim reaching his first birthday, well grown and for me he has copybook construction and outline as everything just flows together so seamlessly, from his correct crested neck to his perfectly carried tail. I liked his attitude and steady showmanship. His head is just right for 11 months with a good outlook, more cushioning to come, as there should be at this age, most pleasing round dark eyes . Reminded me of a young "Northern Dancer" and I see with his parentage he has the pedigree to match his potential BPIS.
2nd Cunningham’s Verheyen Garrick
So many of the comments about 1 also apply to this Blenheim. Another just right for his age with no exaggerations, rich markings on a pearly white background, shoulders well laid back. He too has plenty of potential with an attractive expression and a good attitude to showing and expertly handled. In the final run off 1 just had the edge for tailset and croup.
3rd Smith’s Beaudale Far Away Star
Res Vorderstrasse’s Bonitos Companeros Tom Sawyer
VHC Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Pascavale Kingsley
HC Kerr’s Kinvaar El Cid
Junior (22, 3) A very competitive class.
1st Finlay’s Ellemich Joe Malone at Marisk JW
Striking dog with rich chestnut markings and a very correct outline in profile and correct parallel movement. He has good shoulder angulation with a good sweep of stifle, level topline and enough substance. Strong masculine head, dark eyes, he has already hit the high spots and I am sure will continue his winning ways, shortlisted for further consideration in the challenge.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Pascavale Jacob
Sweet faced little dog with such an endearing expression, gorgeous dark eyes that could melt you and a gently cushioned muzzle. Smaller, heavily marked with a white collar, ideal bone and substance and carrying the correct weight for his frame, a lovely dog moving and showing well – I am sure he will have many admirers.
3rd Knight’s Carolus Don Ricco JW
Res Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Salvadorey
VHC Robinson’s Tusculana Baleno
HC Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Pumkin
Yearling (9, 2)  
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of The Blue
Stunning well broken tri with an expression rarely seen in this colour, so beautiful soft and gently cushioned with those lustrous dark eyes giving a truly melting expression. He is an ideal size, short backed with pleasing all round angles, profuse coat of good texture and rich tan markings. Moved well in his class but just wish he had showed with a bit more oomph in the challenge as he was in serious contention – his owners must be very proud of him.
2nd Deans’ Clockpelters Dexter
A smart much less mature Ruby. I liked his clean outline, level topline and his happy attitude to showing. Correct head type, lovely warm dark eyes set in a gentle face. He has a really rich Ruby jacket, showed with enthusiasm, now just needs some more coat to complete the picture.
3rd Rummery’s Good News of Sevijean’s
Res Firth’s Dunadrob Jenson Button
VHC Stokes’ Alesssia Daring To Dream at Scouriemore
HC Cox’s Alesssia Dream Lover at Casimari
Special Graduate Blenheim (13, 2)  
1st Bubb’s Wandris What A Performance JW
Heavily coated Blenheim of true breed type. Most correct head properties and length of muzzle, lustrous dark eyes and correct cushioning to give the soft gentle expression, moved and showed steadily, good topline and tail carriage, has a look of his grandfather Ch Entertainer.
2nd Rhodes’ Calonlan Will I Am
Neat little dog a size smaller with much to admire, well proportioned in body with a deep chest. He has a sweet expression, lovely dark eyes, gently cushioned muzzle and a good ear set, also moving and showing to advantage – close up.
3rd Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Colby
Res Richens’ Emarik Mayhem
VHC Betts’ Kaidee Jasper Karrot at Shelpet
HC Crozier’s Korraines Mastermind
Special Graduate Tricolour (8, 1) Headed by 2 dogs of very different types but so much to like about each.
1st Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Roberto
Strikingly marked dog with such a well broken coat and such clarity without a hint of ticking. He has rich mahogany tans, beautiful soft expression and huge warm dark eyes. Lots of silky coat, covering a good frame, everything in proportion, moved well enough, I see he is a son of Ch Liccy to whom I awarded a CC some years ago.
2nd Searle’s Stonepit Franco I Believe
Another well marked eye catching dog with a clean cut outline and a good attitude to showing. He has a compact body shape with good all round angulation. Most appealing head and expression with good tan, a touch stronger in head and shorter in muzzle than 1 but I am sure they will swop places in the future.
3rd MacKenzie’s Carsan Kir Royale
Res Rummery’s Good News of Sevijean’s
VHC Nichol’s Maibee Garabaldi
HC Hedger’s Khatibi Peter Bread for Alrewic
Special Graduate Black & Tan (9, 1)  
1st Cracknell’s Sorata Bertie
Stylish upstanding dog with a great outline as everything just flows together. Correct head type and a soft expression, darkest eyes, rich tan points. I was not surprised to hear he was a son of my best veteran as he has inherited many of his qualities.
2nd Pagan’s Master Famous John Jr Sorata
I loved the expression on this dog as he has the most beautiful large dark eyes and such a gentle outlook. Presented in a straight silky coat, he too moved proficiently just a touch longer and lower giving 1 the edge for balance.
3rd Smith’s Beaudale Bye Bye Blues
Res North’s Jalesto Starmaker
VHC Boardman’s Volney Blackberry
Special Graduate Ruby (6, 1)  
1st Rogerson’s Rabymar Super Ted JW
I have admired this Ruby from the ringside and he is very balanced in outline, with ideal bone, good strong quarters topped off with correct tail carriage. He has very rich coat colouring and a masculine head with plenty of fill under the eyes, a tad short in muzzle for me but overall a very appealing type.
2nd Fry & Jackson’s Amantra Pumpkin
Placed in the very strong junior class, much less mature but lots to like. He has fabulous coat colouring, a sweet gently cushioned face with the darkest pigment and eyes. A free happy mover and with more coat and ear fringes he should be one to watch.
3rd Deans’ Clockpelters Dexter
Res Finney’s Anberan Perfectly Pumpkin
VHC Singleton’s Ailcres Sierra Madre Celxo
Post Graduate (21, 3) Strong class.
1st Hughes’ Stonepit Heaven Sent to Loranka
This richly marked dog has a good profile both standing and on the move displaying such balance and breed type and everything about his construction just moulds together so well. A most typical expression, dark eyes and pigment, head just right for me. In strong competition just edged the class over 2 on his extra coat and finish and as always with this exhibitor presented in pristine condition.
2nd Hill & Webber’s Montcolly Jeffrey
A lighter marked Blen perfectly balanced from head to tail, everything about him in construction is spot on and he is as sound as a pound. On closer inspection his head is so right, perhaps not as fashionable today as some, but he’s per the standard. I admired his huge dark eyes, correct length of foreface and jet pigmentation, I feel a dog that could do the breed a lot of good.
3rd Li’s Avalcier Gino JW
Res Wightman’s Royalston Enchanting
VHC Hunter’s Spennithorne Perfect Thyme JW
HC Lovel’s Lovetrac Picasso
Mid Limit (13, 4)  
1st Vella’s Cinderaic Seduction JW
Handy sized Blen of lovely breed type. Compact in body with a level topline and correct tail carriage added to which he had sound movement front and back. Dark pigmentation to his nose and eye combined with attractive rich chestnut makings and to top it all a soft expression- one to watch.
2nd Crane’s Spindlepoint Macallan into Cranvarl
Lighter marked dog with lots to like, good size, richly marked and his coat was in good order. Moved out well from his well angulated quarters, level topline with a good tail set and action. He has the darkest of eyes and a black nose and a gentle open expression.
3rd Betts’ Tashmit Sweetserve ShCM
Res Mynott’s Honeybet Magic Touch
VHC Storar’s Deranmar Saatchi
HC Hindle’s Ellisiana Adonis
Limit (10, 1)  
1st Li’s Avalcier Harvard JW
Very glamorous well broken dog put down to the minute. Lots of silky coat here of a lovely soft texture and underneath it he has a very good body shape with a good reach of neck and level back. He has a very soft expression with huge dark fully pigmented eyes, gently cushioned in foreface with no exaggeration. One of a number today I seemed to like by Ch Pascavale Jamie, would make a worthy Ch.
2nd Boyd’s Wandris Comedian at Airlie JW
Another Blenheim who fits the standard so well correctly constructed and good to go over on the table, free effortless mover. He too has a head with so much appeal with the largest dark eyes and black pigment, very little to choice between these 2 and he also could finish at the top, 1 just had a touch more coat and glamour on the day.
3rd Wightman’s Charnell Montgomery at Kailyflee
Res Mangham’s Garlouchi Just Magic of Charnavale JW
VHC Sedgbeer’s Russmic Marley
HC Cracknell’s Sorata Simply Red
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (12, 1) Probably the best class of the day as I could easily have given top honours to the first 3.
1st Koster’s Harana Alfie Boe
The last to come into the class but well worth the wait because today like his namesake he was certainly on song! This B & T never put a foot wrong and he just gleamed with condition, his silky not overdone coat just accentuated his lovely body shape. Spirit level topline, gently arched neck and correct angulation allowed him to almost float round the ring with his head held high. He has such a correct expression that would be right for any colour, richest tan and warm dark eyes, essentially masculine but at the same time refined without a hint of coarseness. Every dog has its day and today was his. He reminded me of some of the "greats" of the past. In the challenge he continued to pull out all the stops and I was delighted to award him what I believe is his first CC, on today’s showing the others must surely follow soon, CC and with the agreement of my co judge BIS.
2nd Smith & Aldous’ Ch Aranel Aldous
Fabulous Blenheim dog, new to me I actually thought he had come from abroad and was an exciting find! Another who stood out for beautiful breed type with such a gentle expression, lustrous dark eyes and just brimming with quality. Correct size, good neck and shoulders and sound, could perhaps have projected himself a little more, superb breed type.
3rd Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Am Ch Pascavale Nathan
Res Lovel’s Lovetrac Markof Distinction JW
VHC Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels JW
HC Elkjaer-Gregersen’s DK/SE Ch Cava Choice Ambitious Alexander
Open (12, 0) Another Star studded class.
1st Engel’s Ch Angel’s Pride Gentleman
Glorious conker red Blen whose head and eyes are the epitome of breed type for me. His expression so soft and appealing, nothing overdone, sparkling dark eyes and his ears frame his face so well. Short compact body with adequate neck, well let down hocks and a tail that comes straight off his back. He was expertly presented and showed steadily to win the RCC in hot competition today.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Am Ch Forestcreek Dream On of Pascavale
There was so much to admire about this richly heavier marked dog, not least his super crested neck, level topline lovely bone, correct shoulder lay back and turn of stifle. He strode round the ring with his head held high looking so good in profile Most agreeable head, warm dark eyes, black pigment, another, without doubt in contention for his title.
3rd Hughes’ Kaishmar Kavanagh Loranka
Res Pagan’s Sorata Don Vito
VHC Craig’s Cinderlace Arabis of Aldachell
HC Bindelli’s Int/GIB Ch Boatswain Camillo Cienfuegos

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Bitches Mrs S Ireland (Charnell)
It truly was a "dream come true" to be asked to judge this prestigious, and now international show. I felt a real responsibility to the breed that I have owned and loved for over 40 years. I did my best to be mindful of the breed standard throughout the day, and thank all exhibitors for accepting my decisions graciously. I hope that by the end of the day they could see what I was looking for. I wanted a well balanced and shapely little bitch, not exaggerated in any way and of the correct size, with that true Cavalier temperament – happy, outgoing and fearless. My co-judge Geoffrey Porter and I were in complete agreement in our final decisions and I couldn’t think of anyone who I would rather have had as my co-judge! My sincerest thanks to the committee for inviting me, and also for the wonderful hospitality they showed David and I from the moment we arrived at the hotel until the time we left.
Bitch CC Li’s Avalcier Inspired JW
Reserve CC Koster’s Harana Cilla Black JW
Best Puppy Coole’s Jolainey Magical
     
Veteran (17 Entries 3 Absent)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Krystle JW
An old favourite of mine and time has not robbed her of her beauty! Almost 11 years old this Blenheim girl is still so glamorous. Beautiful head with large, dark round eyes, softly cushioned muzzle, and the most gentle expression. I gave her a Res CC in 2004 and never dreamt I would be judging her again so many years later! A credit to the breed and also her breeders. Best Veteran in Show
2nd Cunningham’s Clockpelters Trudie
Delightful little Blenheim who I gave top honours to in this same class a couple of years ago. She hasn’t aged at all and still has a full set of shining white teeth. An achievement in itself! She is every inch a show girl. Neat compact body and excellent tail carriage. I love her size and shape and the way she moves around the ring.
3rd McMurray’s Merryoth Maeve
Res Lovel’s Ch Maibee Roselyn at Lovetrac
VHC Maclaine’s Ch Lochbuie Geordie
HC Phillips’ Droleus Sheez Cruuzin at Tillymist
Minor Puppy (18, 2) A lovely class!
1st Turnbull’s Middleshott Queen Of Light at Peakdowns
Most attractive little Blenheim showing great promise. Almost 8 months old and a lovely size. She has a delightful head, nice dark eye and sweet expression. Excellent reach of neck set into well laid shoulders, level topline and well set tail which she carried perfectly. Moved well.
2nd Long’s Arroline For Your Eyes Only
Exciting little Tricolour, just 6 months on the day and so well schooled! Good head type with large dark eyes, correct ear set and pleasing expression. Super neck, topline and tail. Well broken with rich tan points completed a very nice picture.
3rd Sansom’s Byermoor Olympia
Res Hughes’ Loranka’s Kiss The Stars
VHC Bubb’s Wandris Cute As A Button
HC Rhodes’ Calonlan Vogue
Puppy (26, 3) So many beautiful girls. All that were placed could win well at Championship level.
1st Coole’s Jolainey Magical
This young lady has had an amazing start to her show career over the last couple of months and I was delighted to have the chance to get my hands on her. She has the most beautiful head, large dark eyes and well feathered ears, well set so that they frame her pretty face. Good body and bone. Nice neck and good shoulder. placement. Carried her tail well on the move. Attractive rich chestnut markings. Was unsettled in the challenge for best puppy in show and just lost her topline. Best Puppy Bitch.
2nd Callaghan’s Tillashby Northern Star at Callyspride
Well balanced little Blenheim of 11 months. Ideal size and neat shape. So nicely made with a pretty head, large dark eye and good nose pigment. Lovely topline and tail which she held well on the move. Totally in tune with her handler.
3rd Towse’s Miletree Penelope
Res Kerr’s Kinvaar La Cascada
VHC Hogan’s Stavonga Angel Eyes
HC Salisbury’s Clopsville Santa Ynez
Junior (33, 4) So many good ones were unplaced and will go on to win at Championship level. I was spoilt for choice and had the luxury to be able to split hairs
1st Homes’ Leogem Rhapsody
Quality Blenheim, almost 18 months old and with the most beautiful huge, round, dark fully pigmented eyes, well cushioned foreface, correct length of muzzle, and good ear set all combine to give her the most gorgeous soft expression. Beautifully made throughout with lovely neck, good turn of stifle and well let down hocks. Moved freely holding her topline and tail carriage and presenting a nice outline. Not in full coat at the moment but I am sure she will make it right to the top.
2nd Wards’ Charalier Polka Dotcom
I fell in love with this little lady. Elegant, well broken little Blenheim who was so feminine. The prettiest of heads with large dark eyes and such a sweet expression. Reachy neck set into well laid shoulder, level topline and good tail carriage which she held on the move. She was a little apprehensive at the rather severe tannoy, which had frightened several of the minor puppies earlier, but recovered well. I gather that she has hardly been shown and this was her first time at an indoor event.
3rd Bayliss’ Castlewytch Painted Lady
Res Chapman’s Ellemich Exclamation
VHC Levy, Sedwick & Cline’s Pascavale Primrose
HC Attwood’s Angel’s Pride Znow White
Yearling (17, 2)  
1st Li’s Avalcier Inspired JW
My star of the day! I could not take my eyes off her, either in this class or in the challenge! She had everything I was looking for, the most stunning outline, every part flowing evenly into the next! So well balanced with elegant neck and shoulder, level topline and tail straight off her back. Beautifully made and moved accordingly. She is a perfect size and her attractive rich chestnut markings accentuate her lovely shape. She has a pretty head with large dark eyes, slightly tapered muzzle and sweet expression. Nothing exaggerated or overdone in any way. She fully deserved the Bitch CC (her third in a row) and her Championship title. What a way to make up your first champion in the breed! Res. Best in Show.
2nd Maclaine’s Lochbuie Taken as Red
Enchanting little Ruby with a great personality! The prettiest of heads with large dark round eyes, good pigmentation, well feathered ears and a rather cheeky expression. Nicely put together with an excellent topline and tail carriage and lovely bone and body. She wants to do everything at breakneck speed and her handler occasionally had trouble keeping up with her!
3rd Hall’s Tasset Mary JW
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Irish Mist
VHC Phillips’ Tillymist Sheez Innocence JW
HC Hazeltine’s Juzandia Honey Bea
Special Graduate Blenheim (14, 3)  
1st Cunningham’s Verheyen Angelina JW
Pleasing Blenheim, nice head type, good eyes, gentle expression, and good nose pigment. Very well made throughout and so sound which showed in her lovely movement, level topline and tail carriage. Perhaps would prefer her a size smaller but she has lots of quality. Clean cut rich chestnut markings.
2nd Hindle’s Ellisian Aphrodite
Compact Blenheim with correct proportions and excellent topline. She has a lovely head with beautiful, large lustrous eyes and gentle outlook. Held her topline and tail carriage well on the move. A very nice exhibit with lovely coat and attractive markings.
3rd Long’s Arroline Honeysuckle JW
Res Blessmann’s Toraylac Henrietta
VHC Towse’s Miletree Total Eclipse
HC Coole’s Jolainey Magic Touch
Special Graduate Tricolour (9, 1)  
1st Wiggins’ That’s M’Cupboard Luv from Droleus
Well marked Tri who presented a good outline both standing and on the move. Good head type with correct ear set and nice flat skull. Well cushioned foreface and large dark eye. Moved very well keeping her good topline and tail carriage.
2nd Atkins’ Triodan Tiffany at Lacerta
Another well broken Tri with a pretty head and lovely large dark eye. Well made little girl who has a good topline and tail, and sound positive movement.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Touch The Rainbow
Res Tarabad’s Khatibi I’m Martha Sleep
VHC Phillips’ Tillymist Sheez Innocence JW
HC Underwood’s Neddaow Starlight Lily
Special Graduate Black & Tan (10, 1)  
1st Rogerson’s Rabymar Paper Moon
Very shapely B/T with lovely straight silky coat and rich tan points. Good neck and shoulder, well developed rib, good turn of stifle and just the right amount of bone. I liked her size, good neck and level topline. She carried her tail well on the move. Just a tad short in face for me but she has so many good qualities.
2nd Owen’s Narayden Diva Fever at Hansowens
This girl has a most attractive head with beautiful large dark eyes and sweet expression. Good length of neck and level topline and tail. Lovely coat and condition. Moved well.
3rd Koster’s Harana Miss Ditzy
Res Mochrie’s Downsbank Tallulah
VHC Gardiner & Dansage’s Edonhill Easter Bonnet
HC Turner’s Shallot Indian Queen
Special Graduate Ruby (3, 2)  
1st Evans’ Svena Love Potion
Very sound compact young lady who had a good head and eye and well set ears. Well made with good body and bone, nice neck and shoulder and moved well. She was a bit proud of her tail which spoilt her outline.
Post Graduate (16, 3)  
1st Sansom’s Maibee Remember Me
Glamorous well marked Blenheim of great quality who is so typical of her breeding. The prettiest of heads and sweet, gentle expression. Heavily furnished ears set on well to frame her face. So well constructed with reachy neck set into well laid shoulder, good turn of stifle and well let down hocks. Long, flowing richly marked silky coat. Moved with style keeping her excellent tail carriage. One to watch!
2nd Hubbard’s Cobbets Dancing Diva avec Popolulu JW
One I have always admired and unlucky to meet one above today. Neat little Blenheim of the correct size and a nice clean outline. Most attractive head with dark eye, correct ear set, good pigmentation and pretty expression. She keeps her dead level topline on the move. Nicely marked and a rich colour. Completely at one with her handler.
3rd Tarabad’s Kaidee Kiss Me Kate Khatibi JW ShCM
Res Tarlton’s Triodan Tsara to Tomnil
VHC Stokes’ Scourimore Dream Awhile
HC Blackburn’s She’s The Katz Whiskaz from Droleus
Mid Limit (13, 1)  
1st Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Cava Choice Hot Constellation
I couldn’t take my eyes off this richly marked, well broken Blenheim as she went around the ring. Elegant neck flowing into well laid shoulder and level topline giving her a crisp outline both standing and on the move. She has the most feminine head with lovely large dark eyes and pretty expression. She moved with grace and style. Such a shame she was in so many classes as she fully deserved to be in my final line-up.
2nd Towse’s Miletree Star Of India
Another I have admired from the ringside. So typical of this kennel. She is a lovely size with neat body and great tail and topline. Attractively marked with a gorgeous head and expression. Full well furnished ears. Huge dark eyes, well filled foreface and gentle expression. A difficult decision between these two who are both by the same sire.
3rd William’s Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM
Res Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Ribbons
VHC Hughes’ Loranka’s Pixie
HC McMurray’s Cinderlace Primrose at Merryoth
Limit (13, 3)  
1st Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Cava Choice Hot Constellation
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2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Innocence
Another elegant little Blenheim with the most gentle and feminine expression. Huge eyes, long straight silky coat and super neck and shoulder. A real glamour girl. Just wish she would show a little more enthusiasm for the show ring!
3rd Maclennan’s Gentlelines Cosmetic JW
Res Owen’s Narayden Diva Fever at Hansowens
VHC Biggs’s Kellorian True Faith JW
HC Mancey’s Pataleys Gertrude Jekyll at Estrid
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (16, 2)  
1st Koster’s Harana Cilla Black JW
I loved this B/T girl! Litter sister to the BIS Winner she has all his many attributes. Very feminine unexaggerated head, often so hard to achieve in wholecolours. Correct ear set giving a flat skull, large dark eyes with just enough filling under. Well tapered muzzle, full well feathered ears all combine to give her a sweet expression. Elegant neck and spirit level topline. Nicely made throughout with good turn of stifle and hocks well let down which shows in her lovely movement and super outline. Perfect size and long straight silky coat in superb condition. Res CC. I am sure her first CC can’t be far away.
2nd Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Cava Choice Hot Constellation
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3rd Coole’s Jolainey Sugar Babe
Res Hegarty’s Chantismere Claddagh
VHC Robinson’s Tusculana Domenica
HC Stahl’s Ger Ch Key To My Heart vom Kaninchengarten
Open (9, 0)  
1st Surman’s Ch Cavaliegh Jaida with Vallender JW
Very worthy champion who I was delighted to be able to put my hands on. She is very correct in every way. Beautifully put together with a lovely neck and shoulder, good turn of stifle and well let down hocks. She is slightly out of coat which only serves to accentuate her nice outline, Lovely head type with a gentle expression. She moves so well keeping a level topline and correct tail carriage.
2nd Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Cava Choice Hot Constellation
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3rd Stahl’s Hun Ch Teqila Sunrise vom Kaninchengarten
Res Rees’ Tusculana Carmella at Embeth
VHC Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Touching Heaven JW
HC Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Perfect Passion
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