Darlington Dog Show Society
Championship Show – 16th September 2018
Best of Breed – Pascavale Tommy
Best Opposite Sex – Pamedna Cherie Amour
Best Puppy – Beaudale Storm In A Teacup
Best Veteran – Peakdowns Penny Layne

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mrs E Berwick (Merrylaine)
I would like to thank the Darlington committee for the invitation to judge this well run shown and the hospitality shown to me and thanks to my excellent stewards who kept the ring in order. We were lucky that as the weather was kind and we were able to make use of the huge outside ring.
It had been 5 years since I last awarded CC’’s in the UK, I was really looking forward to this appointment and appreciated the entries on the day. I was thrilled with my main winners who I felt were lovely representatives of our breed. Temperaments throughout the day were excellent.
Dog CC Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Tommy
Reserve CC Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Reach JW
Best Puppy Dog Smith’s Beaudale Storm In A Teacup
     
Veteran (2 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1st Walker’s Korolevsky Iosif ShCM
Richly marked blen boy celebrating his 11th birthday on the day. He has a lovely soft expression with dark eyes and excellent pigment, long ear feathers. Level topline which he held well on the move he went well both ways. Obviously adored by his owner and rightly so.
2nd Hall’s Clockpelters The Viceroy at Dalhallpals
Another blen boy who was also 11 and showed no sign of his age at all, he was full of beans and very attentive to his handler. Loved his expression. He is well marked. Good neck and shoulder placement. Right amount of bone for his size.
Minor Puppy (6, 0)  
1st Bubb & Barrett’s Wandris Evanly Legacy
Eye catching blen on nearly 9 months who is very hard to overlook. He has the most attractive head with dark eyes, excellent pigment, well set ears and a gentle expression. Beautifully marked. Good spring of rib and well bodied. He moved very steadily going around the ring. Today he seemed distracted, I don’t think he liked the wet grass!
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Haiden
Raw blen baby at his first show but showed very confidently. He has a lovely head, dark eyes and good pigment. He has a super shape and the right amount of bone for his size. Moved steadily both ways. A promising prospect.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Believe In Dreams
Res Nolan’s Jernito Minnie Magic
VHC Burr’s Lorphil Last Chance
Puppy (6, 0)  
1st Smith’s Beaudale Storm In A Teacup
Super black and tan boy. Loved his gentle expression, dark eyes, good pigment, well set ears. Good neck and shoulder placement, he moved well both ways and carried his head gracefully. He is an ideal size, right amount of bone. Delighted to award him Best Puppy Dog and later Best Puppy in Breed. Was thrilled to watch him pulled out in the Toy Puppy Group.
2nd Spall & Clark’s Korraines Peaky Blinder at Llapsttam
Another lovely black and tan boy. He has rich tan and his coat was beautifully presented. He moved very well using his hind quarters to advantage. Shall watch both of these boys progress with interest.
3rd Rix’s Ricksbury Royal Sovereign
Res Leach’s Melrose Dalton
VHC Fox’s Lynmily Mister Blue Sky
Junior (3, 2)  
1st Crane’s Cranvarl Washington JW
Smart blen with a lovely head. He has a gentle expression with dark eyes, good pigment, clear muzzle. He is a nice size. Coat well broken and very well presented. Good spring of rib. He moved with plenty of drive. Am sure his owner will have plenty of fun with him.
Yearling (3, 1)  
1st Hindle’s Spindlepoint Donavan to Ellisana
Have watched this boy turn from a gangly teenager into a handsome young man. He has the most lovely eyes, good pigment. Elegant neck, good shoulders and a level topline. He is very well marked and his coat was in good condition. He moved very well going around the ring. Showed well.
2nd Bayliss’ Castlewytch Red Admiral
Another well marked blen. I like his size and his shape. He has excellent pigment and good ear feathers. Good spring of rib and level topline. Sadly he was unsettled behind on the move today.
Novice (2, 1)  
1st Lovel’s Pascavale Hudson at Lovetrac
Super smart blen boy, very typical of his breeding. Loved his size and shape. His expression is very appealing, dark eyes, good pigment. Text book markings and a lovely rich colour. Beautifully presented. Very attentive to his handler. He moved well around the ring. One to watch out for.
Graduate (4, 1)  
1st Hughes’ Loranka’s Glory Days
Blen boy of lovely size, good bone. Dark eyes and excellent pigment. Level topline and good spring of rib. He moved soundly. He was beautifully presented as were all the dogs from this kennel.
2nd Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
Another blen boy of a nice size. He has a most handsome head with a gentle expression with dark eyes, excellent pigment, and well placed ears. He is well broken and a rich colour. Kept his handler on her toes today.
3rd Nichol’s Chantismere Choir Boy
Post Graduate (4, 0)  
1st Price’s Ouzlewell’s Likely Lad for Almonroyd
Blen boy who I hadn’t seen before. He is well balanced, attractive head with dark eyes and good pigment. Good reach of neck and level topline. He moved very well both ways and with plenty of drive. An honest dog with a lot to offer.
2nd Bubb’s Jordanic Evanly Touch Wandris JW
Heavier headed than 1st, richly marked blen with super pigment and correct ear set. Level topline and good turn of stifle. He moved very steadily around the ring.
3rd Bell’s Chistabella Picasso ShCM
Res Lee’s Kelrick Flapjack JW
Limit (10, 3)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Tommy
I have admired this boy from the ringside and was thrilled to get an opportunity to judge him. Right out of the top draw. To me he is an ideal size and a true toy spaniel. He has a gentle expression with dark eyes and good pigment and ear placement. Lovely neck, level topline, both standing and on the move. He moved well both ways using plenty of drive from his hindquaters. His presentation and showmanship are both first class. Delighted to award him the CC and BOB.
2nd Tarabad & Whitman’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW
Black and tan with personality plus! Nice size, he has an elegant neck and good shoulder placement. He moved very well both ways using his hindquarters to advantage. His coat has a lovely gleam on it.
3rd Nolan & Bayliss’ Castlewytch Party Time
Res Knight’s Carolus Don Santino JW ShCM
VHC Wileman & Bott’s Ellemich Konstantino of Narvidar
Open (8, 1) Nice class
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Reach JW
This blen boy has such a gentle expression not exaggerated in anyway, large dark eyes, excellent pigment. Good neck and shoulder placement, he has a level topline. He moved effortlessly going around the ring. His coat is a rich colour. Showed well and in tune with his handler. Delighted to award him the Res CC.
2nd Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic JW
Another worthy champion who grew on me. He is a beautifully marked blen who was presented beautifully. His outline draws you back to him. Elegant neck, level topline both standing and on the move. Good spring of rib. Excellent head carriage as he moved around the ring. Very close to the first, two lovely examples of the breed.
3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
Res Long’s Arroline Infinity JW ShCM
VHC Rix’s Ricksbury Poldark JW

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Bitches Mrs E Berwick (Merrylaine)
Bitch CC Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Cherie Amour
Reserve CC Long’s Arroline Euphoria JW
Best Puppy Bitch Brooks’ Moonvale Martini
     
Veteran (3 Entries, 0 Absent) Three super girls who were all a pleasure to judge I was splitting hairs between them. In the end the babies of the class had to give way to the nearly 12 year old who held her own against them in true style!
1st Turnbull’s Peakdowns Penny Layne
This lovely blen has such a gentle expression with big soulful eyes. Lovely size. She is a well broken blen her chestnut a rich colour. She moved steadily going around the ring waging her tail the whole time. She is a credit to her owner. I was delighted to award her Best Veteran in Breed.
2nd Rees’ Ch Tusculana Carmella at Embeth
Well marked tricolour with lovely rich tan. She is an ideal size just right amount of bone. Love her expression, dark eyes and good pigment. Moved as well as many youngsters here today.
3rd Tarabad & Whitman’s Khatibi I’m Martha Sleep
Minor Puppy (11, 2)  
1st Brooks’ Moonvale Martini
Scrummy blenheim baby of nearly 7 months. She has a lovely gentle expression, dark eyes, good pigment, good ear placement. Level topline and good spring of rib. She was presented very well with her coat being a lovely texture. Delighted to make her Best Puppy Bitch.
2nd Waters & Bryson’s Sweetbriar Sorbet
Very typical of her breeding. Well marked blen lovely rich colour. She is less mature in head than the first but still has the attributes of a gentle expression. Dark pigment. She moved very steadily going around the ring.
3rd Bubb’s Wandris Evanly Memory
Res Nolan’s Jernito Hopes And Wishes
VHC Taylor’s Chambecc Shimmer
Puppy (9, 1)  
1st Whitehouse’s Embeth Jessie Jay at Denain
Blen with lozenge, she is well marked. Attractive head, good pigment. She moved well going around the ring holding her topline at all times, standing and on the move. Very well handled getting the best out of her.
2nd Knight’s Buttercup V ’T Burgstse Hof at Carolus
Happy little soul, very attentive to her handler. Pretty headed blen, with dark eyes, good pigment. She is heavier marked but her coat is a rich colour. Her outline is lovely. Good turn of stifle.
3rd Richardson’s Kringleholme Mosaic
Res Craig’s Aldachell Zoe Ze
VHC Whitfield’s Bevelmount Santa Fe
Junior (5, 2) Three quality girls that I was literally splitting hairs between all lovely examples of the breed.
1st Lovel’s Lovetrac Boogie Wonderland
Ultra feminine blen girl of just 15 months. I hadn’t seen this blenheim before. She is so exceedingly pretty and fits the title ‘Toy Spaniel’ to a T. Lovely dark eyes, clear muzzle and good pigment. Extremely long ear feathering. Right amount of bone for her size. She moved well both ways and showed beautifully. I will follow her career with interest.
2nd Hazeltine’s Juzandia Morwenna
I have admired this girl from the ringside and she is as lovely to go over as I hoped she would be. Most beautiful eyes, clear muzzle. Compact size. Very well marked and presented well. She has a good spring of rib. Moved effortlessly around the ring.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Russmic Jasmine Rose
Yearling (9, 3)  
1st Long’s Arroline Euphoria JW
Blen who grew on me more as the day went on. Although her head still needs to mature, she has the most lovely eyes and excellent pigment. She has such an elegant outline, good reach of neck, level topline held well on the move. Good spring of rib. Beautifully presented and shown. In the challenge my eye just kept been drawn back to her outline and shape. I was delighted to award her the Res CC.
2nd Tarabad & Whitman’s Khatibi Amber Lynne
Smart ruby girl. I like her size. She has dark eyes and good ear placement. Right amount of bone and level topline. She moved well going around the ring once she had settled.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s So Scrumptious
Res Lunt’s Calonlan Practical Magic
VHC Leaver’s Revaelann Serene Glamour
Novice (4, 0)  
1st Bubb’s Wandris Tiramisu
Eyecatching blen with such a gentle expression. Dark eyes, clear muzzle and excellent pigment. Heavier marked blen whose coat is a rich colour. Good bone, level topline. She moved very well going around the ring. A happy show girl.
2nd Hegarty’s Chantismere Loretta
Lighter marked blen with lozenge. Beautiful eyes and long ear feathering. She is compact and has a level topline. Another happy show girl.
3rd Lee’s Calonlan Love Actually for Kelrick
Res Linton’s Thekop’s Cinderella
Graduate (4, 0)  
1st Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Sapphire
Blen with a most gorgeous head with such a kind expression. She has dark eyes, good pigment and ear placement. Good neck and shoulder placement. Level topline. She moved well going around the ring.
2nd Glenn’s Korolevsky Rosichka at Lilorchard
Pretty headed tri with good tan in all the right places. She has a thin blaze but this doesn’t distract from her expression. Good bone and spring of rib. Moved well.
3rd Byrne’s Chantismere Chanson D’Amour
Res Richardson’s Kringleholme Seruna JW
Post Graduate (4, 0)  
1st McMurray’s Cinderaic Are You For Me at Merryoth
One word to describe this girl – busy! Lovely head with dark expressive eyes, excellent pigment. Good neck and shoulders. A level topline both on the move and standing. She is well broken with rich tan. Very attentive to her handler.
2nd Turnbull’s Peakdowns Mystic
Another lovely blen, slightly longer cast than first. She has a lovely head, dark eyes, excellent pigment. Her coat is a rich colour. She has just right amount of bone for her size. Very close to 1st.
3rd Glenn’s Shelpet Samara at Lilorchard
Res Collier’s Serenglade Ohana
Limit (9, 2) Super class of girls.
1st Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Cherie Amour
Another that I have admired from the ringside. She is an ideal size not overdone in anyway. Such a lovely head, dark eyes excellent pigment and well tapered muzzle. Well set ears with full feathering. She is richly coloured and her coat was presented well. Good neck and shoulders and a level topline. Moved well going around the ring. Handled well to bring out the best in her. I was more than delighted to award her the Bitch CC today which I understand makes her up. Huge congratulations she is a credit to you and the breed.
2nd Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Cristal
The first thing you notice about this blen bitch is her eyes, so typical of her breeding. She has a pretty head framed by full ears. She is well marked. Moved very well going around the ring. I was splitting hairs between her and the lovely blen placed third who had left her clothes at home.
3rd Claydon’s Brymarden Honeybun
Res Spall & Clark’s Llapsttam’s Killer Queen
VHC Rees’ Embeth Bonny Boat JW
Open (6, 4)  
1st Hughes’ Loranka’s Rainbow Dreams
One I have seen before and liked. Exceedingly pretty head with desired lozenge. Dark expressive eyes. Ideal size and shape. Level topline held well on the move. Very well presented.
2nd Lee’s Calonlan Perfect Kiss for Kelrick JW ShCM
Blen who is well marked another with the lozenge. Attractive head with dark eyes and good pigment. She has a good reach of neck, moved steadily both ways. Well presented.

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