Boston & District Canine Society
Championship Show – 8th January 2017
Best of Breed – Ch Craigowl Out Of Touch JW
Best Opposite Sex – Ch Avalcier Rouge JW
Best Puppy – Leogem Ginestra

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mr R Morrison (Bowerswell)
I would like to thank the Boston club officials for this invite, thanks also to the stewards for their expertise in keeping the ring running smoothly. The entry was exceptionally good with 170 dogs giving approx. 200 entries with only 13% in absentees. I would like to thank the exhibitors for their entries and giving me the honour to judge their dogs and accepting my decisions in a sporting manner. I was pleased we had a very good sized ring as I like an animated ring and I was able to get the dogs moving out without restriction.
On the plus side temperaments and dentition were good. Presentation and condition was with the exception of a few very good.
On the negative side I found that front action left a lot to be desired with chopping, plating, pinning and also a lack of rear drive being prevalent. Tail set and carriage was variable with a worrying trait being high flying tails. My winners did not have these faults in that they had the attributes I was looking for basically being a true toy spaniel with class, active, graceful, well balanced who was happy, outgoing, in tip top condition with no exaggerations with everything being in moderation and with sound movement stemming from good construction being free flowing, elegant with good front pick up and reach and good rear drive.
Dog CC Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Touch JW
Reserve CC Homes’ Leogem Renaissance
Best Puppy Dog Chapman & Ireland’s Ellemich The Sinner
     
Minor Puppy (16 Entries, 1 Absent) This was a lovely class.
1st Chapman & Ireland’s Ellemich The Sinner
Very young Blenheim, lovely head shape, well cushioned muzzle, jet black nose, A1 dentition, high set ears, good length of arched neck, tidy front and rear assemblies hence his true gaiting action, he has a most appealing depth of rich chestnut colour, he is outgoing with character, presently he needs to fall into his shape being at present a little bit table on legs, he is only a baby who is very promising and who was presented and handled to perfection, was my BPD.
2nd Cullen & Parker’s Chlojade Shooting Star
Heavily marked tri, tidy in shape and very good to go over, appealed in size, showed well, was just not a positive in front action as the Sinner but another that was well presented.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Korolevsky Brodsky for Russmic
Res Koster’s Harana Dean Martin
VHC Maclaine’s Awaray’s Earl Of Waringham
Puppy (3, 0) This was a somewhat mixed class
1st Fox-Shone’s Tamyse Theo avec Pamedna
11 months old very heavily coated Blenheim, I feel his wealth of coat detracts re his outline, he is appealing in head via his expressive eyes, good pigmentation and dentition, he has well sprung ribs, a strong level topline, I liked his good bone and his condition, he moves out well in profile but his front action just needs to tighten up when coming towards.
2nd Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
Another Blenheim, I preferred him for size, he has good head properties, is ok in neck and he has good body properties which aid his shape, he was well presented, presently he is not as mature as the first.
3rd Etheridge’s Shelpet Vanilla Ice at Diddlidors
Junior (9, 0) This was a good class.
1st Homes’ Leogem Renaissance
Quality young Blenheim, delightful head shape and expression, terrific nose pigmentation, he is well put together scoring in neck length, well laid shoulders, true front and rear construction, excellent ribbing and short coupling, his tail is well set and carried and he use like a metronome continuously, he is of true toy spaniel size and was beautifully presented and handled, I later awarded him the RCC as for me he is not exaggerated in any way, is honest all through and he has quality, style, character and his movement is correct from all angles, one I feel could go all the way.
2nd Loynd’s Crimbledale Genesis
A smart black and tan who is longer cast than the first, he is very tidy in overall condition, is pleasing in head and body properties, his coat was squeaky clean, he covered the ground soundly and with ease, he was well presented and handled.
3rd Drewett’s Brymarden Honeycombe at Judyland
This was a smart Blenheim of a slightly larger mould.
Res Biddle’s Luphenex Lick And A Promise by Hearthfriend
VHC Vaughan’s Diddlidors Far Far Away
Yearling (6, 0)  
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Touch JW
This dog exudes quality, breed type and he is a true toy spaniel, he was put down to perfection in presentation and handling, he has an A1 head shape, lovely sized and expressive eyes, good depth of pigmentation, ideal dentition, lovely length of arched neck, his front and rear assemblies are second to none as is his resultant correct movement where he has terrific front reach and strong rear drive, his outline outline shape is very pleasing, his coat is of good colour and soft and silky in texture. I gave this dog a BPIS a year ago when sent through by another judge and stated I thought he could go all the way, I make no apologies for giving him the CC and BOB today as he is a top drawer exhibit and a credit to the breed. He moved showed and well in the Toy Group challenge having to overcome being approached by the judge from the rear as opposed to the front, sorry but for me that practice is a cardinal sin.
2nd Baillie’s Peakdowns Morning Magic at Cavallino
This boy was unlucky to meet the first as in other classes he would have won, he is of a similar size who holds an A1 profile shape in stance and when gaiting, he shows non stop and he was well presented and handled, an honest well constructed boy who for me is of good breed type.
3rd Royce’s Stonepit Jubilation at Rucazan
Res Evans’ Evansly Earnest
VHC McMurray’s Harana Jack Jones at Merryoth
Graduate (11, 1)  
1st Ireland’s Charnell Hogan JW
Another Blenheim of true toy spaniel size, he has a lovely head enhanced by his expression, depth of pigmentation and clean dentition, his overall construction and body properties are very pleasing, he is well marked and of good colour, when moving he has sufficient front extension and he has strong rear drive, I liked his tail carriage, throughout he responded well to his handlers, his presentation was of the top order.
2nd Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Catch The Kiss JW
He has very similar attributes, I liked his richly marked coat, his positive true movement and his clean sharp presentation, he is slightly longer cast than Hogan hence his placing but he was close up and he was sympathetically handled throughout.
3rd Lister’s Roll Of The Dice to Cachevell
Res Ballantine’s Middleshott Kings Ransom
VHC Royce’s Stonepit Jubilation at Rucazan
Post Graduate (8, 2)  
1st Ballantine’s Middleshott King Of Hearts
Blenheim boy who is all male, he is strong in head with good pigmentation and strong dentition, he is well made via his reach of neck into well laid shoulders, well sprung ribs, very acceptable front and rear assemblies with resultant tidy positive sound movement, his tail carriage is exemplary, he showed well for his handler throughout.
2nd Baillie’s Peakdowns Ryan at Cavallino
This Blenheim was close up here, he has numerous pleasing attributes similar to one, I do prefer his size, today he was somewhat proud of his tail, he has character, moves steadily and truly and gives his all to his handler.
3rd Nichol’s Chantismere Chamberlin
Another pleasing Blenheim exhibit.
Res Mochrie’s Bonitos Companeros Zenit
VHC Royce’s Stonepit I Believe In Dance at Rucazan
Limit (21, 2) Numerically a fantastic and well contested class.
1st Mangham’s Castlewytch Perfection of Charnavale JW
Immediately caught my eye from the outset of the class, I think he is quality all through, this tri has a lovely head shape, excellent blaze, expressive eyes, tidy dentition, his tan is in all the right places, his coat is of good length and texture and it was squeaky clean, he shows non-stop, his construction just knits together resulting in his good posture shape and sound outgoing movement, he is a very animated exhibit who gave his all to his very sporting handler.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Ice Man JW
This was another I really liked due to his ideal size, his A1 coat and its super texture and presentation, he showed well and has similar attributes to the first, he is very responsive to his handler but on the move although sound he was just not as animated hence his placing, never the less he was close up here as he is of lovely breed type.
3rd Edward’s Delhaze Take A Chance
Another that I liked in this strong class.
Res Knight’s Carolus Don Santino JW ShCM
VHC Baillie’s Peakdowns Floyd at Cavallino
Open (13, 2) Very competitive class of top winning dogs which meant each exhibit had to be on the ball to ensure its placing. I was a little disappointed in one or two re their presentation and condition.
1st Inglis’ Craigowl Out Of Reach JW
Litter brother to the CC winner and basically they are like two peas in a pod, I feel attribute wise they mirror each other in most departments, he in this class was the most composed and resultantly the most positive on the move which he had to be to edge his placing over the second, he was put down and handled to perfection, a true toy spaniel that will go on to better things.
2nd Koster’s Ch Harana Errol Brown JW
This is a ruby of the highest order, he has a delightful head, sparkling expression, strong depth of pigment, tidy dentition, good rich coat colour, he excels in outline shape, construction and resultant sound true movement, he gives his all to his handler and he was very close up to the winner, he is a true toy spaniel and worthy champion and one it was an honour for me to judge.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic JW
Not disgraced with this placing, another it was an honour for me to judge, he is slightly longer cast than those above.
Res Maclaine’s Ch Lochbuie Cappuccino
VHC Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Cupid JW
Veteran (2, 1 withdrew)  
1st Betts’ Tashmit Sweetserve ShCM
Now eight years young and one I have done well for in his younger days, he is good to go over with pleasing construction that aids his positive free flowing movement which he has retained since his youth, I liked his here I am attitude, his coat today was not at its best but he was well presented and he enjoyed his day out.
Good Citizen Dog Scheme (Dog or Bitch) (10, 6)  
1st Kynaston’s Granasil Golden Nugget
Ruby dog who is very responsive to his handler, pleases in head properties, size and condition, unplaced earlier in a competitive limit class, he moved positively and was well presented.
2nd Bell’s Chistabella Picasso
Blenheim boy who was well presented, has a tidy head shape, pleasing expression, moved with aplomb, just not as balanced in shape as the first.
3rd Sebire’s Shelpet Olivia Mayqueen
Res Dawson’s Willowtump Athelas at Luphenex

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Bitches Mr R Morrison (Bowerswell)
Bitch CC Li’s Ch Avalcier Rouge JW
Reserve CC Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM
Best Puppy Bitch Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
     
Minor Puppy (18 Entries, 1 Absent) Pleasing class of delightful babies most out for the first time in the show world.
1st Koster’s Harana Blossom Dearie
Lovely Black and Tan, very feminine, she is very balanced, compact and exudes character, lovely head piece, lovely eyes of good size and shape, tidy dentition, well constructed scoring in make, shape, soundness and temperament, shows non–stop, immaculately presented and sympathetically handled, one that will go on to have a bright future.
2nd Glenn’s Korolevsky Rosichka at Lilorchard
Nicely marked tri who is very much a baby, she is ultra feminine, is of very good shape, was beautifully presented and well handled, she due to her good front and rear assemblies covered the ground when gaiting with ease and soundly, she never stopped wagging her tail which is lovely to see.
3rd Smith’s Beaudale Lily Rose
She is a very promising ruby.
Res Spall & Clark’s Llapsttam’s Killer Queen
VHC Li’s Avalcier Summer Sunshine
Puppy (13, 0) Very pleasing class headed by three lovely girls.
1st Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
Beautiful Blenheim bitch who exudes femininity and quality, A1 head properties, eye shape and size, nose pigment and dentition, her construction is terrific which results in her excellent outline shape, balance and ease of true sound movement, she has a delightful outgoing temperament, was presented to perfection, I was smitten by her and later short listed her for top honour consideration I eventually awarded her BPIB, she is a character and for me is a star in the making one I will watch out for with interest, her presentation and handling were exemplary, this one I am sure will have a bright future. After a long day she showed her heart out in the Toy Puppy Group challenge and was shortlisted in very good company.
2nd **, Kirschbaum & Vorderstrasse’s Bonitos Companeros Opal
Beautifully marked tri girl of quality who was only edged out here by Ginestra, this girl has most of the attributes of the first and basically I was splitting hairs to make my decision, she was minimally not as positive in action hence her placing, put down to the minute and another that should have a bright future.
3rd Barwell’s Charlottetown Summer
Another promising puppy who moved soundly, is of good size and was well presented, she also will be heard of again.
Res Hogan’ Miletree Ophelia at Stavonga
VHC Maclaine’s Pennygown Ticket To Ride
Junior (9, 0) Strong class.
1st Li’s Miletree Miriam Avalcier
Ultra feminine Blenheim, very well broken up coat markings and rich in colour, beautifully balanced, A1 for size, balance and showmanship, very sound moving and oozes personality, squeaky clean presentation, well handled, her expression is soft with a glint of impudence which to me is endearing.
2nd Smith’s Crimbledale Jemima at Beaudale
This black and tan was close up here, another very feminine girl, I liked her overall make, shape, balance and condition, she showed continuously, moved really well holding a level topline at all times, she has a lovely raven black coat, of depth and condition, accompanied by good tan markings, she was put down and handled to perfection.
3rd Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Cherie Amour
A young ruby just out of puppy, who is very feminine and is of quality, she is sound and will mature on well.
Res Claydon’s Brymarden Honeysuckle
VHC McMurray’s Cinderaic Are You For Me at Merryoth
Yearling (6, 0)  
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Touche JW
Another from these exhibitors from the same litter and what a super litter, she has a head and expression to die for, she is overall a beautiful Champion that is very well put together, is resultantly very sound, is very balanced, shows non-stop, is ultra feminine and is in super condition, as always from these exhibitors she was put down to perfection and expertly handled. As with her litter mates her attributes far outweigh any minimal faults.
2nd Edwards’ Magic Charm’s Witchy Woman to Delhaze
This Blenheim girl has similar attributes as the first and put up a very strong challenge as she moved well, was showy and waswell presented just lost out a little on precise action, Touche just edging the precision comparison.
3rd Barrowclough’s Almonroyd Catch A Wish at Barrowlain
Res Hughes’ Evydal Saffire
VHC Sebire’s Shelpet Olivia Mayqueen
Graduate (6, 1)  
1st Claydon’s Brymarden Honeybun
This Blenheim shows her heart out, she is very sweet, has a lovely head, cheeky expression, well carried ears, arched neck, strong front and rear assemblies, good spring of rib, short coupled, level topline, moved exuberantly and soundly, has well broken coat markings, was well handled and presented, I loved her character and size, resultantly she was in the short list for top honour consideration.
2nd Ryan’s Cavalli Beautiful Life JW
Another Blenheim of a similar mould, showed happily, I liked her balance she was just not as flamboyant as the first.
3rd Bell’s Chistabella Paloma
Res Ward’s Beauco Dolly Mixture
Post Graduate (9, 1) Pleasing class.
1st Chambers’ Georgewade Mistletoe’N Wine
This Blenheim girl was of lovely make and shape, has A1 head properties, expressive eyes, clean dentition, she is very balanced, has a lovely coat of good texture and colouring, she is very showy, is very sound on the move, was squeaky clean and well handled to head this class.
2nd King-Smith’s Ispahan Blue Bunting
Blenheim girl who gave her all, is of the same mould and has similar attributes, she moved positively and happily, is just not as compact as the first.
3rd Surman’s Pennygown Madly Deeply for Vallender JW
Like the two above had similar traits.
Res Williams & Boardman’s Jonsville Crystella Sancana JW ShCM
VHC Engel & Waters’ Chantismere Silver Button
Limit (13, 1) Cracking class headed by three lovely girls.
1st Brewer & Moody’s Charlottetown Silvee at Bowfort
A tri that I thought was very honest, she showed her heart out never stopping wagging her flag, very clean cut coat markings, tan in all the right places, I liked her soft expression, lovely cushioned muzzle, her ears are high set and of good length, she was well presented and when she gets moved out she really covers the ground soundly and effortlessly, her continuous happy showmanship helped win her the class.
2nd Turnbull’s Peakdowns Mystic
A Blenheim of a slightly smaller mould, lots of similar attributes and again never stopped wagging her flag, she pushed the first hard but was edged out through the winners character.
3rd Inglis’ Craigowl Keep In Touch
Blenheim from the same litter as the others exhibited by these exhibitors, she is heavier marked than them but she is lovely and another that cannot be overlooked.
Res Chapman & Ireland’s Ellemich Im A Celebrity JW
VHC Rennard’s Deranmar Jocelyn JW
Open (10, 3) This was a very good class of quality exhibits and like the OD class to be placed they had to be on the ball re type, soundness, condition and showmanship.
1st Li’s Ch Avalcier Rouge JW
Top notch ruby girl who is very attractive, stands four square wagging her tail and being very attentive to her handler, she has a lovely head shape, very expressive eyes, tidy dentition, lovely length of ears, I loved her reach and arch of neck, well laid shoulders, well put together front and rear assemblies, good strong body properties with everything knitting together to ensure her correct shape, balance and resultant free flowing movement, she was beautifully presented and handled, she is a very worthy Champion basically a classy lady, today she was my CC winner and BOS.
2nd Godwin’s Ch Cavaliegh Honesty
A well coated Blenheim, lovely head shape, appealing expression, could have a little more depth of nose pigmentation, I loved her make, shape, overall construction, ease and soundness of her movement, a worthy Champion who I seriously considered for the RCC, she was well presented and handled.
3rd Koster’s Ch Harana Kiki Dee
A black and tan from the top drawer, she shows non-stop is of a lovely make and shape, very balanced and very showy.
Res Claydon’s Ellemich Infusion JW
VHC Turnbull’s Middleshott Queen Of Light at Peakdowns
Veteran (6, 1)  
1st Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM
This exhibit is a credit to her owner, she is in fantastic condition, she is of delightful make and shape, is very balanced, loved her soft but impudent here I am expression, arched neck, well laid shoulders, body formation and condition, A1 front and rear assemblies, what a character using her well set and carried tail to perfection, she moves absolutely soundly and is very attentive to her handler which emphasises her super profile outline, I thought she was beautiful and I had great pleasure awarding her the RCC in hot company.
2nd Stanton’s Cavisdale Reggae Music at Cassandy
Lovely black and tan, super showgirl who was very attentive to her handler, nicely balanced, she was in tip top condition and another that was a credit to the owner.
3rd Turnbull’s Peakdowns Penny Layne
Blenheim of lovely size and type, in good condition, showing well and again a credit to her owners.
Res Mynott’s Honeybet Just Magic
VHC Dawson’s Willowtump Athelas at Luphenex

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