The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show – 1st March 2014
Best In Show – Gamble On You Des Contemplations at Pascavale
Reserve Best In Show – Charnell Clematis of Salegreen
Best Puppy – Bonitos Companeros Crystal
Best Veteran – Ch Byermoor Queens Maid JW
BIS Photo by Tracy Morgan
Dog Results Bitch Results Breeders Competition
Dogs Mrs L Gillhespy (Lorphil)
Thank you to the Officers and Committee of the Cavalier Club for inviting me to judge Cavalier dogs at their Championship show. The last time I judged dogs was 5 years ago and so many of the dogs were new to me. It was an honour and a privilege to judge at such a well-organised show where the hospitality was first class; the majority of the dogs were beautifully clean, exceptionally well groomed and temperaments just as they should be. All of my winners were well within the breed standard for size, full of breed type, free moving and elegant in action and with plenty of drive from behind.
To those exhibitors whose dogs were not placed as highly as they would have liked please consider the following; Is your dog correctly constructed, well balanced and have the gay, friendly temperament with no tendency to nervousness.
On the day some heads were very pretty, but not the correct shape; the bodies of others were either too tall on the leg or too long in the back, having very little spring of rib and certainly not short coupled. Whilst all my winners, without exception, had an arch to their neck which gives that proud head carriage, level backs with well set on and carried tails, there were still many where the exhibitors appeared to be controlling their dog’s tails either by using their voice or in a couple of cases being a little harsh with their use of the lead. Finally we all know the difficulties of showing a dog, as opposed to a bitch, but just before you take your dog into the ring please check that he is clean, dry and not sticky underneath.
Thank you to the two stewards, Richard and Roy, for keeping the ring in excellent order.
My co-judge, Kirstie McMurray and I were delighted to be in total agreement with both our Best in Show winner Michael Levy & Mark Sedgwick’s tricolour dog GAMBLE ON YOU DES CONTEMPLATIONS AT PASCAVALE and Reserve B.I.S. Rosemary Eustace’s blenheim bitch CHARNELL CLEMATIS OF SALEGREEN.
Best Puppy was the 11 month old blenheim bitch BONITOS COMPANEROS CRYSTAL owned by the partnership of Inglis, Vorderstrasse and Kirschbaum.
Dog CC Levy & Sedgwick’s Gamble On You Des Contemplations at Pascavale
Reserve CC Pagan’s Ch Sorata Don Vito
Best Puppy Dog Towse’s Miletree Joshua
     
Veteran (14 Entries, 2 Absent)  
1st Claydon’s Ch Brymarden Montana JW
These exhibitors are to be congratulated for having bred consistently stunning Cavaliers over the years and this 10 year old must be one of the best. For me he set a high standard for the rest of the day. A richly coloured blenheim that is so very well constructed he cannot stand or move in any way other than true, he has a masculine head, with large dark, lustrous eyes, long well feathered ears set on high and ample cushioning to his face. His sparkling white collar accentuates his good reach of neck, whilst his richly marked blenheim coat was silky to the touch and of good length with plenty of feathering to his chest, ears and skirt. A mature body, with excellent spring of rib, level topline both standing and on the move. His ever wagging tail is set on correctly and carried as an extension to his topline.
2nd Tomlinson’s Swe Ch Sanikro Knight Of Honour
8 yr old tricolour dog with a well marked coat of the correct texture, long and silky. Very attractive, masculine head with beautiful eyes and glorious expression. Well padded muzzle, rich tan markings and good bone. Again so well constructed that his free and easy movement was a pleasure to watch.
3rd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Just Like Heaven JW
Res Gow’s Lyncraeg Dream Angus ShCM
VHC Barwell’s Charlottetown George Cross
HC Biggs’ Kellorian Head Over Heels JW ShCM
Minor Puppy (9, 2)  
1st Lamont’s Moorfields Eclat D’Or
This richly marked ruby is one of the best I have seen for a long time; his stunning outline could not be overlooked. He stands four square at all times and when looking at him in side profile you see a wonderful reach of neck, well laid back shoulders, level topline and wagging tail, set on and carried correctly. He has a most attractive head, large dark eyes and correctly set ears. His coat is silky in texture and already has good length to it. His spring of rib is well developed, he is short in back and has well turned stifles. His front movement was a joy to watch.
2nd Bayliss’ Castlewytch Bumble Bee
An extremely raw youngster who so thoroughly enjoyed his first show. Classic, well broken blen. with rich chestnut markings and the makings of a silky coat that was presented in excellent condition. Attractive head, with large, dark eyes, correct dentition and gentle expression. Short coupled with good spring of rib, level topline and well set on tail. Good turn of stifle. A most promising puppy for the future.
3rd Price & Dawber’s Almonroyd Acclaim
Res Fisk’s Rebhann’s Arthur Sixpence
VHC Renaud’s Ellenaud Freddie Mercury
HC Connor’s Gadeslain Perfect Gent
Puppy (19, 2)  
1st Towse’s Miletree Joshua
This attractively marked blenheim dog just cannot be overlooked for his superb breed type, correct size and most appealing head, gentlest of expressions, with good length and plenty of feathering to his ears. Excellent dentition and dense pigmentation. He is very well constructed, has a straight front assembly, well laid back shoulders, good spring of rib and level topline. Another who has a very well set tail and holds it correctly on the move. His well muscled hind legs allow him to have such positive drive in his rear movement. A toy spaniel and one that must be assured of a rosy future.
2nd Smith’s Beaudale Georgie Porgy
Black & Tan dog with bright tan markings that has a lot going for him. Very attractive head, large dark eyes and well placed ears that have plenty of fringing. Mature body with good muscle tone, moderate bone, short coupled body with good spring of rib and exceptional topline. Again a true toy spaniel in size and handled so well.
3rd Vorderstrasse & Kirschbaum’s Bonitos Companeros Everlasting Dream
Res Koster’s Harana Bruno Marrs
VHC Whitfield’s Bevelmount Red Beaujolais
HC Wightman’s Ellemich Kemzo at Kailyflee
Junior (12, 1) This class was one of the more difficult to judge when making the final decisions as all three boys were worthy of winning the class.
1st Bubb’s Wandris Evan ‘Elp Us JW
Mature blenheim that is just so exciting to go over. Every part of him falls into the correct place. Well broken coat, gorgeous head with blenheim lozenge, large dark eyes, dense pigmentation, well filled muzzle and excellent dentition. Long, well feathered ears that he uses to advantage. Wonderful reach of neck leading into level topline, short coupled body with well turned stifles. Such an attractive dog both standing and in profile. Coat preparation was first class.
2nd Claydon’s Brymarden Carolina Sunrise
Another very attractive blen. full of quality and style. Beautiful head with expressive, large dark eyes, long well feathered ears and a plushness to his muzzle. Dense pigmentation. Well muscled body, good reach of neck, well sprung ribs and superb topline and tail carriage. Extremely sound and stylish on the move. A dog that must surely be assured a most promising future.
3rd Greenall’s Charlier Dress To The Nines for Charlesworth
What a stunning blenheim this boy is, outstanding eyes and gentlest of expressions.
Res Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Cava Choice Loverboy
VHC Godwin’s Cavaliegh Angelo
HC Maclaine’s Lochbuie Keswick
Yearling (15, 0) This class contained four dogs that were outstanding for breed type, size and construction, and thus made for a very difficult choice when making the placements.
1st Vorderstrasse & Kirschbaum’s Bonitos Companeros Tom Sawyer
What a lovely blen. this boy is, outstanding eyes and most attractive expression. Well developed body, good neck and shoulders, very strong front action. Rich chestnut coat of a lovely texture. A boy who will continue to please many others I’m sure.
2nd Hazeltine’s Juzandia Sargeant Pepper
Beautiful rich ruby dog that just screams quality through and through. He is so attentive to his handler. Lovely head and expression, broad muzzle with well filled cheeks and long, well feathered ears. Impressive profile, holding a level topline both standing and on the move. Very good tail set and carriage. Short, compact body, excellent neck and well laid back shoulders. Good turn of stifle. Moves with drive both ways. So well schooled.
3rd Cortes & Londono Miletree Montesuma of Londoncor
Res Gibb-Stuart’s Chantismere Push My Button JW
VHC Mackenzie’s Carsan Danza
HC Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Pascavale Kingsley
Special Graduate Blenheim (9, 1)  
1st Crossley’s Ispahan Sea The Stars
A richly marked blen. of lovely breed type and excellent construction. His strong, accurate movement was a joy to watch. Attractive head, large dark eyes, and pleasing expression. Excellent reach of neck, well sprung ribcage and one of the best topline and tail carriages on show today. A young dog well deserving of this win and Post Graduate.
2nd Kasanova’s Etar Prokopska Hvezda
Most attractive blenheim of very good construction and in excellent condition. He has a handsome head, long well feathered ears, correctly set. Well sprung ribcage, short in the back. He sported a richly marked, well broken coat, has a level topline and well set and carried tail. His flowing, positive movement won him this placing.
3rd Barwell’s Charlottetown Justintime
Res Watts’ Jamesbonny Bradley
VHC Renaud’s Toraylac Denton
HC Royce’s Stonepit I Believe In Dance at Rucazan
Special Graduate Tricolour (10, 1)  
1st Godwin’s Cavaliegh Fletcher
A classically marked, well balanced tri dog, correct head with the gentlest of expressions. Long well feathered and well set ears, excellent dentition. Good reach of neck and well laid back shoulders, Moderate bone with a straight front assembly. Short coupled with a really good spring of rib and level back. Tail carriage just as it should be and a joy to watch on the move. A dog to be proud of.
2nd Nichol’s Maibee Garabaldi
Different in type to the winner but nevertheless a most attractive boy. A toy spaniel in size with an old fashioned head but with melting, liquid, lustrous eyes and ample cushioning to his muzzle. His handler moved him steadily and on a slack lead thus getting the best out of him. His coat was in gleaming condition, he has long, well feathered ears set correctly.
3rd Hunter & Martin’s Spennithorne Dream Thyme
Res Phillips’ Tillymist Sheez Just Cruuzin
VHC Phillips’ Tillymist Heez Harry Beau
HC Rhodes’ Calonlan Wellington
Special Graduate Black & Tan (11, 0)  
1st Cracknell’s Sorata Bertie
Although slightly larger than most in this class, this boy had the construction I was looking for, with an excellent straight front, well turned stifles, level topline and correct tail carriage. Appealing head, with large, dark eyes, almost flat between the ears, rich tan markings in all the right places and long well feathered ears. Looked good both standing and on the move.
2nd Wilkinson’s Narayden the Bruse in Poppywood
Another very nice dog, giving a lot away in age to the 1st. Attractive head and eyes, good reach of neck, well sprung ribs and muscled hindquarters. Happy little dog.
3rd Boardman’s Volney Blackberry
Res Landsbury’s Celxo Freddie Mercury
VHC Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Fade To Black
HC Hurley’s Lahume Sambuca
Special Graduate Ruby (10, 2)  
1st Maclaine’s Lochbuie Cappuccino
Very well balanced ruby, with glorious eyes and expression, full, broad head and long well feathered ears. Exceptional topline and tail carriage. Short coupled and a lovely colour.
2nd Smith’s Beaudale Little Ted
This ruby boy’s silky coat is such a rich colour. His eyes are large and dark giving his head such a handsome expression. Good reach of neck and shoulder placement, super topline and positive driving action from behind. He has ample bone for his size.
3rd Fraser’s Costara Ruadh at Lyncraeg
Res Hamill’s Craebeck Scrumpy Jack
VHC Lunam’s Tingewood Red Oktober
HC Boardman’s Inami Lukas Minonara from Volney
Post Graduate (21, 6)  
1st Crossley’s Ispahan Sea The Stars
See Special Graduate Blenheim
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Moonshine
Richly marked blenheim with a lovely head and expression. Large dark eyes, blackest of nose pigment. Well-feathered ears, set correctly. Good body shape, with super spring of rib, nice neck and shoulders leading into a level top-line both standing and on the move. His positive movement at the rear was a joy to watch.
3rd Tarabad’s Khatibi Walter Melon
Res Blackburn’s Lovetrac Buster for Bekenveldt
VHC Carr-Tomlinson’s Ledesham Jack Flash
HC Knight’s Carolus Don Ricco JW ShCM
Mid Limit (13, 3)  
1st Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Colby
Outstanding Blenheim dog both in construction and breed type. His head is so appealing, with beautiful, large dark lustrous eyes and long well feathered ears. Arched neck and good shoulder placement. Short coupled body with well sprung ribcage. Excellent turn of stifle with strong drive from the rear. Very good tail set. His coat was in immaculate condition. A dog to be proud of.
2nd Nichol’s Homerbrent Merry Maestro
This well marked blenheim dog’s real strength lies in his correct construction and sound movement, both ways. Different in shape to the winner he has to be handled to appreciate his body qualities. Straight front, good neck and shoulder placement, level topline and well turned stifles. His coat had been very well prepared, gleaming with health. Excellent dentition. Would just have preferred to see fuller, dark pigment to his eyes.
3rd Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Pascavale Jacob
Res Bryant’s Cobbets Frankly Frankie at Lucanico JW
VHC Martins’ Loranka’s Here Comes The Sun to Clemartill
HC Richens’ Emarik Mayhem
Limit (12, 2)  
1st Godwin’s Cavaliegh Jacob
This is a stunning young dog, so typical of his breeding. He stands out for breed type. having a gorgeous head, expression and dense pigment. Excellent scissor bite. Although more heavily marked, his coat colour is so rich, the texture so silky and long with an abundance of ear and leg feathering. His owner must be so proud of him. His short coupled body shape, level topline and terrific drive from the rear end are his strengths.
2nd Rogerson’s Rabymar Super Ted JW
Attractive ruby dog that scores well for breed type. Pleasing head, full muzzle and well filled cheeks. Mature body with good spring of rib, correct neck and shoulder placement, level topline and very good tail carriage. Sound both ways on the move.
3rd Searle’s Stonepit Franco I Believe
Res Barwell’s Bowfort Masterminded for Charlottetown
VHC Rhodes’ Calonlan Will I Am
HC Biggs’ Kellorian Reason To Believe
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (10, 4)  
1st Levy, Sedgwick & Cline’s Ch/Am Ch Pascavale Nathan
This blen. appealed greatly to me. He is of excellent breed type and a true toy spaniel, has a stunning overall outline, the most beautiful head with gentlest of expressions and large, dark eyes. One of his greatest assets must be his dense, black pigment. He is a super size, with good bone, neck and well-laid shoulders. Excellent spring of rib. His coat was in excellent condition and of the correct texture. He moved so soundly. Thrilled to have been given the opportunity to judge him.
2nd Vella’s Ch Cinderaic Seduction
A richly marked blenheim dog that I have long admired from the ringside and a difficult choice between him and the first. This boy is also a super size, full of breed type and moved so soundly both ways.
3rd Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Colby
Res Koster’s Ch Harana Alfie Boe
VHC Mynott’s Honeybet Magic Touch
HC Hindle’s Ellisiana Adonis
Open (12, 2)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Gamble On You Des Contemplations at Pascavale
C.C. winner and B.I.S. In profile this dog presents the shape that we should all be aspiring to breed; he just flowed around the ring with such ease and elegance. The first thing that appealed to me was his well marked silky, coat, large pearly white collar and attractive markings. His head has that gentle expression, large limpid, dark eyes with rich tan markings. Excellent dentition and well filled muzzle. He is very well made throughout, has a mature body, excellent front and spring of rib, level topline and tail set. He showed so well for his handler, moving out really smartly and with great drive from his rear quarters. It was my pleasure to award this dog the C.C. and with my co-judge’s complete agreement Best in Show. Congratulations to his overseas breeders.
2nd Pagan’s Ch Sorata Don Vito
A ruby dog that I have long admired from the ringside. He is the ultimate show dog, never flagging and always giving his best effort for his handler. Super breed type, excellent construction, lovely masculine head, only let down today by a slightly off nose. Reserve C.C.
3rd Hughes’ Ch Kaishmar Kavanagh Loranka
Res Vorderstrasse & Szabo’s Int/Ger/Hu/Nl Ch Bonitos Companeros Imperator
VHC Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
HC Maclennan’s Swe Ch Aranel Sirius

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Bitches Mrs K McMurray (Merryorth)
I would like to thank the Officers and Committee of the Cavalier Club for the invitation to judge this most special of shows. I felt very privileged to be entrusted with this honour and certainly I was met with a very quality bitch entry and my line up I felt was full of well balanced girls that allowed me to shortlist down to 6 for further consideration.
The other thing for me that was so special about this appointment was to judge alongside Lorraine Gillhespy, someone who has been a close friend of our family for many years – I couldn’t think of a better person to be stood alongside when considering the final awards. We were in complete agreement when it came to judging these exhibits and there was no hesitation is awarding the stunning Tri Colour dog Gamble on You Des Contemplations at Pascavale BIS – he just had the overall glamour over the young Blenheim Bitch winning her first CC and we were again in agreement that Charnell Clematis at Salegreen should go Reserve BIS and Best Opposite Sex. The puppies were another two that complemented each other but the bitch was still giving her all after a very long day and Best Puppy went to Bonitos Companeros Crystal. Unfortunately there isn’t a Best Veteran award at this show which I do think is a shame as we should (like all other Club Shows) be heralding our older dogs that are fit for function. Perhaps this is something that the Club could consider.
Lastly thank you very much to my two stewards who kept me on the straight and narrow and supplied me with various sweets to stop me coughing! Apologies to a few exhibitors when I took a coughing fit in the middle of one of the classes! Thank you again for all the exhibitors for coming I for one will not forget this day in a hurry.
Bitch CC Eustace’s Charnell Clematis of Salegreen
Reserve CC Homes’ Ch Leogem Rhapsody
Best Puppy Bitch Inglis, Kirschbaum & Vordestrasse’s Bonitos Companeros Crystal
     
Veteran (18 Entries, 1 Absent) I was delighted to start off with such a strong class of ‘older’ ladies shown in great condition and headed by 2 Maibee Montrose daughters.
1st Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Queens Maid JW
8½ yr old blen who was shown in such fantastic condition, she has the sweetest of expressions framed by well set ears and the darkest of nose and eye pigment, a lovely arched neck that flows onto a level topline and tailset, she is so well balanced and has great drive from both the front and rear, she obviously is enjoying her time back in the ring and her tail never stopped wagging, her age belies her and she could certainly show some of the youngsters about showmanship and ‘ring presence’. I loved her and she was in my shortlist for further consideration.
2nd Claydon’s Ch Brymarden Moon River JW
10 yr old Blenheim is built on similar lines to the winner. Another who has that ‘montrose’ expression with limpid dark eyes that just melt you. Well arched neck and good angulation both friont and rear making for a well balanced little lady with a spirit level topline and tailset, which she uses to advantage when on the move. Loved her to and really wish I had 2 first prizes in this class. Well done to her owners for presenting her in fantastic condition.
3rd Koster’s Dortmund Delya Harana
Res Claydon’s Rippleoak River Dancer
VHC Brooks’ Moonvale Mona Lisa
HC Smith’s Wightisle Twist Of Magic at Sapphireisle
Minor Puppy (14, 2)  
1st Salisbury’s Clopsville Mimosa
7 month old nicely marked blen baby who has the most exquisite head, well filled foreface and large dark eyes and framed by well set ears. Shown in good coat of lovely texture, good bone for her size and overall a nice balanced picture with good shoulder placement and nicely arched neck. Standing she presented a lovely shape which she kept whilst on the move. She just needs to gain some more confidence to complete the picture and she should have a bright future.
2nd Parsons’ Emberlace Ilythia
Black and tan who excels in her overall size and shape. Good strong tan and lovely coat of soft texture. Pleasing head and expression with good earset, level topline and tailset and good front and rear angulation. She has a lovely happy disposition both standing and on the move and whilst on the move kept her lovely shape. Another one who should have a bright future.
3rd Sansom’s Byermoor Masqurade
Res Hughes’ Loranka’s It Could Be Magic
VHC Hall’s Tasset Wendy
HC Hunter’s Spennithorne Wild Thyme
Puppy (21, 6)  
1st Inglis, Kirschbaum & Vordestrasse’s Bonitos Companeros Crystal
11 month old blenhiem who fills the eye both standing and on the move. She has the sweetest of expressions with a well filled foreface framed by well set ears. Well arched neck and lovely shoulder placement, level topline and tailset, she is not overdone in any way and moved round the ring with great presence. She has a very stylish outline that catches your eye with excellent angulation that allows her to power round the ring. Very attentive to her owner and gives her all constantly wagging and creating that bit of pizzazz. Was delighted to award her Best Puppy Bitch and in full agreement of my co-judge Best Puppy in Show when she was still giving her all after a long day.
2nd Ireland’s Charnell Xtra Special
And she most certainly is! Slightly heavier marked than the winner but that doesn’t detract from her overall quality and is a lovely overall size and shape. Prettiest of heads with lovely dark eye and nose pigment and a nicely filled muzzle. Good bone and well arched neck set on a lovely topline with fantastic tailset. Moved round the ring with drive keeping her well balanced outline. She pulled out all the stops at the end to gain her this place in some stiff competition.
3rd Bradley’s Garlouchi Touch Of Magic
Res King-Smith’s Ispahan Blue Bunting
VHC Chapman’s Ellemich Wizadora
HC Godwin’s Cavaliegh  Georgia
Junior (25, 3)  
1st Eustace’s Charnell Clematis of Salegreen
Well what can I say about this little bitch other than wow! I really wasn’t expecting to find my benchmark for all the other bitches so early on in proceedings. This little girl is a real toy spaniel and is so well constructed that I don’t think she could stand incorrectly if she tried. She has the most exquisite expression with a well cushioned foreface and lovely limpid dark eyes and dense nose pigment, beautiful ear set and nice flat scull. Very elegantly arched neck with lovely shoulder placement that flows into a correct topline and tailset, well let down hocks. She is so neatly proportioned that every bit of her just flows nicely into the next. She glides round the ring with ease and grace keeping a very eyecatching outline and a level topline and tailset. She was my one to beat and pulled out all the stops in a hotly contested line up. I just loved her and could not deny her the CC which was her first and I am sure she will be a champion before long. With my co-judge we were delighted to award her Reserve Best in Show and Best Opposite Sex.
2nd Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Puenchalard’s Pascavale Annalisa
Well handled and presented Blenheim girl who has the most beautiful expression with jet black nose and eye pigment, shown in beautiful coat and condition. Another one with a stunning outline and everything just fits together perfectly and keeps a stunning outline both standing and on the move. Gently arched neck and good set of shoulders, level topline and tailset. She moves round the ring with drive and presence. I was splitting hairs in this class as these are two quality bitches out of the top drawer. This little girl should have a bright future and I am sure that she is destined for the top spot.
3rd Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Liberty Belle
Res Lovel’s Lovetrac Scrumdiddly
VHC Sutcliffe’s Aristor Fern
HC Atkins’ Lacerta Waltzing Matilda
Yearling (16, 3)  
1st Jenkins’ Hollambrie Pink Diamond
Nicely marked and balanced Blenheim who is a neat size and shape. I see she is another Genesis daughter; he is certainly stamping a certain type. Sweetest of expressions, good dark eye and nose pigment, good bone for her size and well let down hocks. Nicely arched neck with a very short coupled body with a good spring of rib. Moved out well at all times keeping a level topline and tailset a quality little bitch.
2nd Callaghan & Todd’s Tillashby Northern Star at Callyspride JW
Another one from the top drawer and I was up close to the winner it really was a hair splitting decision. Well schooled Blenheim with lovely markings, shown in sparkling condition with ample coat of soft texture. Lovely outline with a pleasing expression and dark nose pigment, covered the ground with ease and drive. I have give this little girl a Best Puppy Bitch before and she has certainly fulfilled her early promise and was in good company in this class.
3rd Coole’s Jolainey Magical JW
Res King-Smith’s Ispahan Seabreeze
VHC Brewer & Moody’s Charlottetown Inadream at Bowfort
HC Mancey’s Estrid Cleopatra
Special Graduate Blenheim (19, 4) Beautiful class of blenheims wish I had more red cards to go round.
1st Vorderstrasse & Kirschbaum’s Lorphill Lacoste Dream
Richly colored blen shown in good goat. She is an ideal size and shape and has the sweetest head and expression with huge dark eyes and a well cushioned foreface. She has a stunning outline that she kept at all times with a level topline and tailset, good front and rear angulation. She has a very happy disposition and was handled to perfection to show off a true toy spaniel.
2nd Taylor’s Taybar Stella
Another one from the top drawer with similar comments to the winner, she is another one that fits the description Toy Spaniel. Lovely rich markings and shown in good coat of lovely texture, gorgeous head and the desired lozenge, well muscled body and good spring of ribs, moved round the ring with drive and presence keeping a pleasing outline.
3rd Sansom’s Byermoor Princess
Res Bayliss’ Castlewytch Painted Lady JW
VHC Novakova’s Fantastica Prokopska Hvezda
HC Hughes’ Loranka’s Kiss The Stars
Special Graduate Tricolour (10, 2)  
1st Searle’s Stonepit Believe In Angels
Enchanting little bitch who has a lovely outline and shape, beautiful head and expression with limpid dark eye and nose pigment, good strong depth of tan. Lovely crest of neck, ample bone for her ideal size, level topline and tailset and excellent front and rear angulation. She is slightly heavier marked however that doesn’t detract from her overall quality. I loved her attitude, personality and presence that made her one that could not be overlooked. She was in my final cut for the CC and I am sure her day will come, a beautiful little girl.
2nd Rees’ Loranka’s Make A Wish with Embeth
Another heavier marked little lady who has the most gentle expression, well cushioned foreface with jet black nose pigment and huge limpid dark eyes. Good reach of neck with excellent shoulders and hind angulation. She moved round the ring well and with a bit more confidence she will trouble the best.
3rd Smith’s Wightisle Twist Of Magic at Sapphireisle
Res Atkins’ Triodan Tiffiny at Lacerta
VHC Underwood’s Neddaow Starlight Sakura
HC Yeates’ Merryanna Seamist
Special Graduate Black & Tan (6, 1)  
1st Koster’s Harana Kiki Dee
14 month old black and tan who has a pretty head and expression framed by well set ears an lovely dark eye and nose pigment. Excellent strong tan with a lovely silky jet black coat of correct texture. She is an ideal size and shape with an ample reach of neck and good shoulder placement and good rear angulation. She has a lovely free flowing movement keeping a lovely profile include a well set tail, a very happy show girl who is another future star from this kennel.
2nd Pagan’s Sorata Miss Emily JW
Another lovely little show girl where many of the same comments above apply and I really was splitting hairs in this decision. She is a very happy girl who moves round the ring with presence keeping a lovely outline. In general I just preferred the length of muzzle of the winner.
3rd O’Grady’s Culverhill Charlize
Res Turner’s Shalot Indian Queen
VHC Mochrie’s Downsbank Mistletoe
Special Graduate Ruby (6, 0)  
1st Brewer & Moody’s Russmic Isadora
14 month old little girl who unfortunately left all her clothes at home today. Pretty head and expression with good dark nose and eye pigment. Good bone for her size and nice front and rear angulation. Moved true both coming and going keeping a pleasing outline.
2nd Flower’s Anberan Lady Gaga
3 year old ruby who has a sweet head framed by well set and feathered ears, good overall shape and balance and ample bone for her size. Moved well at all time round the ring.
3rd Smith’s Beaudale Rosie Ribbons
Res Mochrie’s Downsbank Holly Berry
VHC Bartlett’s Sorata Sophie Anne for Korolevsky
HC Kitson’s Kadoogels Cabochon Ruby
Post Graduate (19, 2)  
1st Chapman’s Ellemich Exclamation
Blen girl who I had the pleasure of judging as a youngster and hasn’t she really blossomed and matured. Shown in lovely coat of excellent texture and condition with rich chestnut on a pearly white coat and expertly handled as are all from this kennel. Gentle feminine expression with limpid dark eyes, excellent reach of neck and level topline and tailset, this little girl excels in movement and powers round the ring keeping an eye catching outline. She is so full of character and today she never stopped showing from in her class to the final line up. Such a quality girl who I shortlisted for my final considerations and I am sure she won’t be far of winning big green cards.
2nd Wiggins’ That’s M’Cupboard Luv at Droleus
Another one from the top drawer and very unlucky to meet Exclamation in top form. Tri girl who has the darkest of nose and eye pigment, pleasing expression with well filled foreface. Good reach of neck that flows onto a level topline and tailset. She is a real toy spaniel and is a lovely well balanced size and shape and presents a really lovely picture both standing and on the move. Covered the ground with ease and is such a happy show girl.
3rd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Desire
Res Tarabad’s Khatabi I’m Martha Sleep
VHC Carr-Tomlinson’s Ledesham Katherine Wheel
HC Goodgame’s Miletree Mistere at Glynco
Mid Limit (10, 3)  
1st Inglis’ Craigowl Salzburg JW
Well broken 16 month old blen who is such a show girl and can’t be faulted for her enthusiasm in the show ring. Sweetest of heads with a well cushioned foreface framed by well set and feathered ears, limpid dark eye and nose pigment. Good reach of neck and well placed shoulders and ample bone for her size. She stands four square with a pleasing outline, moved round the ring like a train keeping a level topline and tailset. Shown in good coat of a lovely soft texture and is another quality girl from this kennel.
2nd Long’s Arroline Honeysuckle
Well schooled blen that is handled to absolute perfection, constantly wagging and is so attentive to her handler – well done. Neatly made girl who presents a lovely picture both standing and on the move, keeping her constant enthusiasm for the job in hand. Pleasing expression with well cushioned muzzle and large dark eyes. She excels in her reach of neck and shoulder placement, moves round the ring with drive keeping a balanced outline and level topline and tailset.
3rd Conlon & Kotani’s Rathbrist Dream On
Res Burton’s Juzandia Bea Happy at Amblecroft
VHC Owen’s Narayden Diva Fever at Hansowens
HC Dodds’ Delhaze Zofeya at Itsadodal
Limit (9, 3)  
1st Tarabad’s Kaidee Kiss Me Kate Khatibi JW ShCM
5 yr old blen who is has a lovely rich chestnut and clear cut markings. Feminine expression framed by well set and well feathered ears, Good reach of neck and well placed shoulders. Nice short coupled body with good spring of rib and excellent well muscled rear quarters. Moved in all directions well with drive keeping a pleasing outline and a level topline. Very sympathetically handled as always this exhibitors get the best out of her charges.
2nd Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM
Richly coloured ruby who is another one from the top drawer, well arched neck, nicely turned stifle and well let down hocks. She excels in overall construction and has a very eye catching outline both standing and on the move. Shown in excellent condition with a lovely sheen to her coat that is of a lovely texture. This was another class that I was splitting hairs and just preferred the softness of expression of the winner.
3rd Parsons’ Miletree Rebeka Emberlace
Res Loades’ Rosirius Clover
VHC Gow’s Lochbuie Teazle at Lyncraeg
HC Lowe’s Turretbank Dark delight
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (6, 2)  
1st Koster’s Ch Harana Cilla Black JW
Well known black and tan bitch who was shown in sparkling condition, well coated and feathered with not a hair out of place. A lovely bitch to go over as everything fits neatly together. Stunning expression with a well cushioned foreface framed by well set and feathered ears and jet black nose and eye pigment. Good rich tan in all the correct places and raven black coat with a lovely sheen to it. Nicely crested neck with good front and rear angulation, she almost floats round the ring keeping a pleasing outline and moved true in all directions. She was in my final cut for the CC a lovely quality bitch.
2nd Loades’ Rosirius Jazmine
Sweet headed black and tan with a well filled muzzle, good reach of neck set on a level topline with a good tail carriage and good shoulder placement. A real toy spaniel that moved round the ring with drive keeping a pleasing outline.
3rd Turner’s Shalot Indian Queen
Res Newell’s Corbieanne Charlottes Girl
Open (12, 2) One of the nicest open bitch classes I have judged with such a depth of quality.
1st Homes’ Ch Leogem Rhapsody
A blen who I have had the pleasure of judging as a youngster and she has certainly matured into a stunning bitch and one I find so enchanting. Softest of expressions with huge limpid dark eyes framed by well set ears. Excellent crest of neck set on well laid shoulders, a very short coupled body with a good spring of rib and a well angulated rear quarters. She is such an ideal size a real Toy Spaniel. She flows round the ring keeping a perfect outline with a proud head carriage and a perfect topline and tailset. She still has that look at me attitude that you can’t ignore. I love her but she was unfortunate to meet the stunning young Clematis and she had to settle for the RCC today.
2nd Maclennan’s Gentlelines Cosmetic JW
Richly coloured and well marked blen who I found myself being drawn to. She has the prettiest of heads with a head of correct proportions and well cushioned foreface and huge round dark eyes. Good bone and nicely crested neck and correct shoulder placement and level topline and tailset. She is another that is built on very clean lines and move round the ring with verve and using her well muscled and angulated hind quarters to drive her round the ring. She never stopped showing for her handler and she most certainly was giving her all to beat many quality bitches in this class.
3rd Levy, Sedgwick, Cline & Harrison’s Am Ch Bentwood Chloe of Forestcreek
Res Elkjaer-Gregersen’s Dk Ch Cava Choice Hot Constellation
VHC Coole’s Ch Jolainey Taylor Made
HC Stahl’s Int/Ger/Lux/Hun Ch Tequila Sunrise vom Kaninchengarten
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