Eastern Counties Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society
Championship Show – 8th April 2017
Best In Show – Leogem Renaissance JW
Best Opposite Sex – Miletree Miriam Avalcier
Best Puppy – Pascavale Tommy
Best Veteran – Wynncliff Lady Karly of Beaconsfylde

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mr C Cortes (Londoncor)
I would like to thank the Eastern CKCS committee for giving me the opportunity to judge at this show which was my first appointment at Championship show level. The organisation and professionalism of the committee set a very high standard. In addition, I cannot thank enough my stewards who were very responsive and proactive and their experience was invaluable on the day.And lastly I would like to thank the exhibitors who put a lot of time, effort and resources in attending this show.
Dog CC Homes’ Leogem Renaissance JW
Reserve CC Hansen’s Am G Ch You’re My Sunshine vom Kaninchengarten
Best Puppy Dog Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Tommy
     
Veteran (5 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
Blenheim dog with the most beautiful head and expression, lovely dark and round eyes with enough cushioning underneath. He was constantly using his ears and has a flat skull. He is well balanced and I preferred him due to his slightly shorter couple and correct tail carriage. He was my Best Veteran Dog.
2nd Cracknell’s Sorata Bertie ShCM
This lovely Black & Tan has outstanding coat of straight and silky texture. He excelled in top line and head carriage. At his age he is still a great mover, covering enough ground and carrying himself proud when going around the ring.
3rd Mynott’s Honeybet Magic Touch
Res Betts’ Tashmit Sweetserve ShCM
Special Veteran (10 Years and Over) (2, 1)  
1st Tarlton’s Tomnil Phantom Cream
Nicely broken Blenheim with a lozenge. At his almost 11 years he has a beautiful head with correct proportions between muzzle and skull. He has good balance in front and rear angles and an amazing temperament, his tail never stopped wagging.
Minor Puppy (7, 1)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Tommy
Young Blenheim of lovely shape and outline. His head, together with his round dark eyes set him apart in this class. He also has a lovely shape, with good reach of neck and level top line. I like his tail set and carriage. His overall quality won him Best puppy Dog and with the agreement of my co-judge Best Puppy in Show.
2nd Berry & Rix’s Ricksbury Poldark
Blenheim with the richest colour and most attractive markings. He is very well balanced with a lovely neck and shoulders, beautiful level top line and tail set and carriage. His head wasn’t as mature as number one but his overall shape and correct movement makes him one to watch.
3rd Wightman’s Ellemich Kouros at Kailyflee
Res Goodwwin’s Lanola Santos
VHC Ackroyd-Gibson’s Toraylac Valentino
Puppy (10, 2)  
1st Koster’s Harana Louis Prima
Well balanced Ruby who was the best mover in the class, particularly when going and coming. Lovely soft expression, dark pigment, arched neck and well laid back shoulders. He was outgoing and with a lovely temperament.
2nd Latteck’s Lovetrac Fernando
Very appealing Blenheim with beautiful round and dark eyes, high set and well feather ears that used to his advantage and that framed his soft expression. I particularly liked his correct front assembly.
3rd Etheridge’s Shelpet Vanilla Ice at Diddlidors
Res Thomas’ Bowfort Bertie Wooster of Pepyswood
VHC Brown’s Russmic Buddy
Junior (10, 0)  
1st Stahl’s One N Only Junior Ger Jnr Ch
Blenheim of beautiful marking and a lozenge. I admired his masculine head and he was a bit cleaner when moving compared to the rest in his class. He makes an attractive overall picture, with lovely arched neck, well laid back shoulders and level top line. He just needs to mature to get his coat.
2nd Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama
Very appealing B & T that looks more mature than number one. Very glamorous with enough straight and silky coat. I loved his head and soft expression. He is well constructed and carries himself well when going around the ring.
3rd Smith & Aldous’ Aranel Cassius
Res Watts’ Jamesbonny Josey Wales
VHC Ford’s Salegreen Periwinkle
Yearling (2, 0)  
1st Homes’ Leogem Renaissance JW
The star of the day. This beautiful Blenheim is all about correct proportions and balance. He has the softest expression but also a masculine head. His arched neck falls into his well laid back shoulders. He is compact in body with good sprung ribs. Clean when going and coming which at times it was hard to find. Very rich chestnut colour and moved with purpose. I was happy to award him the CC and with the full agreement of my co-judge also BIS.
2nd Blackburn’s Bekenveldt Stairway To Evan
Up to size and well broken Blenheim, appealing head with good pigment and coat colour. Nice arch to neck, correct level top line and tail carriage. He looks lovely when going around the ring and was presented in good coat condition.
Novice (8, 1)  
1st Koster’s Harana Louis Prima
See class 4, "Puppy Dog"
2nd Smith & Aldous’ Blue Moon Cavaliers Renaissance for Aranel
Tricolour with gorgeous head and soft expression. Much more mature than number one. He has an attractive outline with beautiful straight and silky coat. He just needs to mature and become more confident in the ring.
3rd Latteck’s Clopsville Mario of Pascavale
Res Etheridge’s Shelpet Vanilla Ice at Diddlidors
VHC Hutchin’s Frondil’s Office Ed
Special Graduate Blenheim or Tricolour (4, 1)  
1st Waddington’s Spindlepoint President JW
What a beautiful head this Blenheim has, lovely large, round and very dark eyes, high ears set and very dark pigment on nose. He is the right size and with moderate bone. Great temperament and moved well around the ring. His top line needs to settle down a bit more.
2nd Lock & Thomas’ Korolevsky Luka
Another lovely Blenheim with appealing head and markings. His is compact in body with rich chestnut colour and well broken. At times carried his tail a bit too proud.
3rd Slack’s Willowheart Louis
Special Graduate Black & Tan or Ruby (2, 1)  
1st Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama
See class 5, "Junior Dog"
Post Graduate (17, 2)  
1st Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Catch The Kiss JW
This well broken Blenheim scored high on movement. He was very tidy when going and coming and carried himself nicely when going around. He has a lovely head with correct proportions and ears placement; however I would like his eyes to be a fraction larger. Hi is square in body with a steady top line and tail carriage.
2nd Lovel’s Jolainey Moonlight at Lovetrac
A promising Blenheim with a delightful head and gorgeous large, dark and round eyes. His well broken coat is of a very rich chestnut colour and of silky texture, and he was presented in tip top condition. Good top line and tail carriage. Not quite the drive of my number one.
3rd Maclaine’s Lochbuie Connoisseur
Res Hawes’ Miletree Centauri for Kersmere
VHC McMurray’s Harana Jack Jones at Merryoth
Mid Limit (9, 1)  
1st Knight’s Carolus Don Santino JW ShCM
This young well broken Blenheim is very sound throughout. He scored on side movement and tail carriage. Nice head, lovely dark eyes, good pigment. High set ears with plenty of feather that he used to his advantage. He just needs to tighten a bit more.
2nd Betts’ Kaidee Jasper Karrot at Shelpet
Another quality Blenheim with a lozenge, a delightful and masculine head, arched neck, square body and good level top line. He has excellent sprung ribs and plenty of coat. His tail needs to settle down a bit more and he could be a bit tidier on his back end movement.
3rd Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Fade To Black
Res Hindle’s Ellisiana Adonis
VHC Cracknell’s Sorata Henly Wet Socks
Limit (10, 1)  
1st Long’s Arroline Infinity JW ShCM
This Blenheim who is brimming on quality scored on balance and movement. He has a stunning head, dark pigment, high set ears and lovely dark round eyes.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Ice Man JW
Smaller dog than number one and beautiful type, superb head, very dark pigment and lovely overall outline. He has plenty coat and was presented in beautiful condition. He was just not as tidy when going and coming as number one.
3rd Rhodes’ Calonlan Corona
Res Mangham’s Castlewytch Perfection of Charnavale JW
VHC Tarabad’s Khatibi One In Vermillion JW
Open (6, 0)  
1st Hansen’s Am G Ch You’re My Sunshine vom Kaninchengarten
This beautiful well broken Blenheim is full of ring presence and soundness throughout. He has the most beautiful head with lovely dark eyes, excellent pigmentation with well cushioned muzzle. His preparation is outstanding and indeed a credit to his handler. He flowed around the ring with plenty of drive which showed his profile to his advantage. Lovely type and size and I was really splitting hairs between him and my CC winner. He was my RCC and I was delighted that in agreement with my co-judge he was also Reserve BIS. A privilege to judge him indeed.
2nd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Cupid JW
Another Blenheim full of quality and presented to perfection. This dog is exceptionally well balanced throughout, with great ring presence and attractive markings. He is short in body and with a lovely soft expression. When moving he is true when going and coming and keep a steady top line.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic JW
Res Gibb-Stuart’s Chantismere Push My Button JW ShCM
VHC Knight’s Carolous Don Rico
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (6, 1)  
1st Inglis’ Craigwol Out Of Reach JW
Lovely dog to go over on the table. Well broken Blenheim of ideal size. He scored with his beautiful head and soft melting expression. He has lovely pigment, high set ears and well cushioned muzzle. He moved nicely when going around, keeping a steady top line and tail carriage. One I considered for top honours.
2nd Maclaine’s Ch Lochbuie Cappuccino
This lovely size and well balanced ruby scored in soundness and movement. Very compact in body with arched neck, good sprung ribs and correct tail set and carriage. I admired his dark pigment, large eyes and long ears that he used to his advantage.
3rd Koster’s Ch Harana Errol Brown JW
Res Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Jacob
VHC Hunter’s Aus Ch Spennithorne Dream Thyme

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Bitches Mrs J Montford (Elvenhome – Australia)
I would like to thank the Eastern Club for the invitation to judge at this very friendly and well run show. I was a member of the society for many years so it was like coming home. Thanks to my efficient stewards Sylvia Lymer and Steve Mynott. I had some lovely bitches including a number or promising youngsters. In the entry there were a number who would have benefited from better lay of shoulder to give a nice elegant reach of neck and I was concerned by the hind movement generally….so many not using their stifles and moving away so close behind. However I was really pleased to have the vast majority with pleasant heads, not many with rounded skulls, low set ears and ultra short muzzles and it was so lovely to see such rich glowing chestnut markings, pigment generally was excellent as were temperaments.
Bitch CC Li’s Miletree Miriam Avalcier
Reserve CC Berry & Rix’s Ch Ricksbury Rumour Has It JW
Best Puppy Bitch Callaghan & Todd’s Ellemich Parisienne at Callyspride
     
Veteran (5 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st Hobbs’ Wynncliff Lady Karly of Beaconsfylde
Super little B&T girl whose looks belied her age of nearly 13 years. Lovely size with the sweetest of heads and dark eyes. She was a super mover, very true up and back with driving hindquarters and wagging tail – what a poppet!
2nd Rees’ Ch Tusculana Carmella at Embeth
Very smart 7 years tri with melting expression and eyes, flat skull, good body proportions an active mover presented in lovely coat.
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3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Scarlette
Res Stanton’s Cavisdale Reggae Music at Cassandy
Special Veteran (10 Years and Over) (3, 0)  
1st Hobbs’ Wynncliff Lady Karly of Beaconsfylde
See Veteran
2nd Atkins’ Triodan Tiara at Lacerta
Super 10 yr girl appealing expression with lovely eyes, well balanced skull and muzzle. In good coat and still a deep rich colour, positive mover.
3rd Knight’s Carolus Little Madam JW
Minor Puppy (9, 5)  
1st Callaghan & Todd’s Ellemich Parisienne at Callyspride
Well made all through, correct proportions, well placed shoulders giving her a wonderful reach of neck, well angulated behind, level topline which she kept on the move, parallel moving away, her head still needs to fill, softest coat and very deep colour.
2nd Etheridge’s Diddlidors Money Pennie
Nice head, flat skull but slightly short in muzzle for perfect balance, short coupled, could have more angulation, was true moving up and back, exceptionally rich colour.
3rd Edwards’ Delhaze Dolly Daydream with Annatika
Res Goodwin’s Lanola Santuzza
Puppy (18, 2) Super class with a number of puppies who should have a bright future and make the next year or two quite exciting.
1st McInally’s Braemarra Edina
A feminine and charming girl, neatly and compactly made, correct proportions, well angulated front and rear, kind expression with wide flat skull and correct ear placement, silky coat texture.
2nd Li’s Avalcier Summer Sunshine
I adored her head and expression, dense nose pigment, she had lovely bone and substance, well broken markings, just moving little close beind.
3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Patrice
Res Sedgbeer’s Russmic Rosie Glow
VHC Lovel’s Lovetrac Yumdiddly
Junior (9, 2) This class headed by two lovely girls, different in style but both lovely in their own way.
1st Sidgwick’s Salegreen Peony for Paulian
A mature fully coated girl, good substance and bone, well put together, well laid shoulders giving her a reach of neck. Moved with activity and drive. Soft expression with flat skull hidden under some excess hair, beautifully broken markings.
2nd Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
Smaller and light in bone, lovely make and shape, sweet face, ideal size for me, she kept a correct outline on the move, really rich chestnut.
3rd Berry & Rix’s Ricksbury Royal Tapestry
Res Watts’ Jamesbonny Samantha Sings
VHC Glenn’s Shelpet Samara at Lilorchard
Yearling (4, 0)  
1st Hogan’s Miletree Ophelia at Stavonga
Very animated! Lovely bone well put together, short coupled with excellent spring of rib, she had a appealing head and soft, profuse coat.
2nd Stahl’s Waelderschaetzle Baby Doll Bianca
Nice to see a very wel broken tri with very clear pearly white, broad skull, tapered muzzle, very dark eye but would prefer larger, strong active mover.
3rd Barrowclough’s Almonroyd Catch A Wish at Barrowlain
Res Salisbury’s Clopsville Santa Suzana
Novice (10, 2)  
1st Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
See Junior
2nd Li’s Avalcier Summer Sunshine
See Puppy
3rd Lovel’s Lovetrac Everlasting Love
Res Rennard’s Deranmar Antonia
VHC Chambers’ Georgewade Tennessee
Special Graduate Blenheim or Tricolour (14, 3)  
1st Eustace’s Lovetrac Knickerbocker of Salegreen
Sweet tri with the most melting expression, very typical and correct, blance of skull to muzzle, open stop, dark eyes all contributing to a harmonious picture, compact body with good spring of rib, gleaming coat of correct silky texture.
2nd McMurray’s Cinderaic Are You For Me at Merryoth
Gorgeous blen with soft, open expression, correct stop, tapered muzzle, strong level topline, beautiful turn of stifle, covered the ground well, presented in profuse coat.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Turn The Magic On
Res Sidgwick’s Salegreen Peony for Paulian
VHC Lee’s Calonlan Perfect Kiss for Kelrick JW ShCM
Special Graduate Black & Tan or Ruby (6, 0)  
1st Whitfield’s Aristor Pink Topaz for Bevelmount
Ideal for size and bone she caught the eye with her outline, expressive face,head very correct with large, beautifully dark eyes, blackest of nose pigment, richly coloured coat of the softest texture, held her level topline on the move.
2nd Koster’s Harana Emmaline
Youngster only 16 months, still looking raw and unfinished, good skull and ear placement, she just needs some time to fill and get some cushioning, promise of good coat and colour, she has an exuberant temperament.
3rd Tarabad’s Frondil’s Bright Fuschia
Res Vout’s Chlojade Moondust over Touvas
VHC Deans’ Daischa Charles-Garden
Post Graduate (7, 0)  
1st Whitfield’s Aristor Pink Topaz for Bevelmount
See Special Graduate Black & Tan or Ruby
2nd Salisbury’s Clopsville Brooklyn
Lovely style of Blenheim, I particularly liked her head, typical open expression, well made all through, well laid shoulders, kept her level topline when moving, such a rich chestnut.
3rd Mynott’s Honeybet Pep ‘C Kola
Res Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Patacake
VHC Rees’ Embeth Bonny Boat JW
Mid Limit (9, 0)  
1st Li’s Miletree Miriam Avalcier
The star of the day for me, she won her place on the overall excellence of her head, body proportion, movement and temperament, all contributing to the overall picture. Her head correct in all details with especially wonderful eyes that do so much to enhance the expression, nothing exaggerated, great body shape and good bone for her size, nothing too heavy or weedy, she moved with great activity, very correct with the best parallel hind movement on the day. I was delighted to award her the Bitch CC.
2nd Hobbs’ Carolus Felicitation at Beaconsfylde JW
Heavily marked tri, good body shape but not as short coupled, well angulated front and rear, moved a bit close behind.
3rd Surman’s Pennygown Madly Deeply for Vallender JW
Res Edwards’ Magic Charm’s Witchy Woman to Delhaze
VHC Chambers’ Georgewade Mistletoe’N Wine
Limit (6, 2)  
1st King-Smith’s Ispahan Blue Bunting
I really liked this compactly built girl, such well balanced proportions and length of leg, correctly laid shoulders giving her some elegance, she moved very correctly with strong, driving rear carrying herself with some style, the sweetest of faces with gorgeous eyes. Close up in the final challenge.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Garbrielle
Real glamour girl, beautifully presented in full coat of deep rich colour, pleasing head and good body shape, just moving a little close behind.
3rd Vella’s Cinderaic Taboo
Res Tarabad’s Khatibi Rita Aura
Open (4, 1)  
1st Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Princess
She really is a princess! Mature bitch of excellent breed type, lovely head with the most gentle expression and gorgeous eyes, lovely front assembly with good reach of neck, softest coat texture, so dignified on the move.
2nd Mynott’s Honeybet Justa Minute
Happy tri, good body proportions, pleasant head but could use her ears to better advantage, well presented, soft silky coat texture, topline not quite level on the move.
3rd Rix & Walker’s Ricksbury Pollyanna
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (7, 2)  
1st Berry & Rix’s Ch Ricksbury Rumour Has It JW
Loved this bitch’s outline and body shape. Very correct head, nothing exaggerated giving the typical proper expression, good neck flowing into well angulated front assembly, strong topline, glossy coat of the richest chestnut. Her excellent construction enabled her to move with drive and she was absolutely parallel moving up and back as the Standard requires. I was delighted to award her the Res CC.
2nd Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Touche JW
A sweetly feminine girl, lovely for size and bone, soft expression, nice to see a flat skull and correct highset ears, I really liked her melting eyes. Presented in full coat of the softest, silky texture, she was graceful on the move.
3rd Koster’s Ch Harana Kiki Dee
Res Godwin’s Ch Cavaliegh Honesty
VHC Landau’s Cascavah Luck Be A Lady

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