NSC Championship Show 2016

Northern Schnauzer Club

Championship Show 12th November 2016

Judges:

BIS & Varieties:  Mrs J Harrison-Smith

Miniature Schnauzers: Mr J Bispham

Schnauzers: Miss L Dixon

Giant Schnauzers: Mr W Rylance

Show Results

BIS: Ch Draxpark Hot Like Me
RBIS: Ch Jalero Miss Iowher
BPIS: Wellingley Won Of The Girls
BVIS: Ch Khanate Million Dollar Baby ShCM

SCHNAUZERS

DCC: Ch Khanate Gin Fizz ShCM
RDCC: Boujan Date With Destiny

BCC: Ch Jalero Miss Iowher
RBCC: Ouseview Avid Alena

BOB: Ch Jalero Miss Iowa
RBOB: Ouseview Avid Alena
BP: Fivepits The Detonator

BV: Ch Khanate Million Dollar Baby ShCM

Left – right:

BOB, RBOB, BP, BV

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Firstly I would like to thank the committee for inviting me to judge, their warm welcoming hospitality, and the exhibitors for such a lovely entry. The quality throughout out is extremely encouraging and with such strength in the bitches, the future of this wonderful breed is surely exciting.

BOB: CH JALERO MISS IOWHER, a classy, unexaggerated girl who came to life on the move, not only was she sound with so much power behind her, she had such a cheeky personality which made a me smile. She motored around the ring asking to be looked at. On closer assessment I loved her head, expression and very kind, dark eye, a good strong neck, which she used to hold her head high, a spot on top line that she never lost, and her shoulders are well laid back. She has strength all through but maintains a lovely feminity. I could not look past her for CC, BOB and was over the moon to watch her take RBIS.

RBOB: OUSEVIEW AVID ALENA, as soon as she walked in to the ring I was drawn to this young girl, she is so perfectly steady and sound on the move, and was in the hardest muscular condition, there is nothing overdone about her, which I like, a darker coat of excellent texture, tailset bang on and carries it nicely too. Seeing her here I already felt she could be strong contender for the CC, but once against the open winner lost out on maturity and body. But I have no doubt she will trouble the best very soon. Delighted to award her the RCC and RBOB over the smart dog. I will watch her future with interest.

 BP: FIVEPITS THE DETONATOR, extremely pretty girl with a lovely head, she had a good body, lovely shoulders and spot on front assembly, along with good length to neck, she is a little longer in body at the moment, but still only young. With maturity I think she will have a good future. Pleased to award her BPIB, she did herself and owner proud looking great in Best puppy in show challenge.

 BV: CH KHANATE MILLION DOLLAR BABY ShCM, this beauty has been such a great ambassador for the breed, and even at her age looks every bit the champion, although catering a few extra pounds she is in such great condition. She had the best ears and expression of the day!! It was a pleasure to judge her today, and thrilled to award her BV, and elated when she pulled out all the stops to win BVIS, showing off her sheer quality. A credit to her owners/breeders.

Judge: Lucy Dixon


MINIATURE SCHNAUZERS

DCC: Wellingley Won To Please ShCM
RDCC: Kassava Raise The Bar

BCC: Stockinpaws Gravity
RBCC: Ch Acasia Passion from Finland JW

Left – right: BP, BOB, RBOB & BV

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BOB: Dursley’s Wellingley Won To Please ShCM a good looking dog from any angle, just shouting Schnauzer. Good clean head and expressive eyes. So sound in bone and body, in good textured coat. He is well put together both front and rear.  He looks a picture standing and moves as one would expect from his sound confirmation, very well handled to the DCC, and BOB.

RBOB: Holland’s Stockinpaws Gravity, so nice to go over this quality bitch who looks a picture standing in profile showing off her lovely shape. Splendid head and expression. She is sound front and rear, presented and handled in top order, free and balanced on the move. BCC & RBOB.

BP: Longdin’s Wellingley Won Of The Girls, a lovely bitch with very good head qualities and well set eyes giving a true feminine expression. First class body shape all well covered for age and presented in top order. Sound front and rear and it showed in her movement. BBP, BPIB and BPIS. At the end of the show the owner told me, along with her puppy, she also bred the Dog CC, BOB and Best Veteran in Show.

BV: Dursley’s Wellingley What About Me for Acacia, nice clean head and expressive eyes. Sound in neck and body. In good textured coat, well presented.  Nicely angled front and rear giving good movement. BV 

Judge: Jack Bispham.

 

GIANT SCHNAUZERS

DCC: Foxwood’s Backtrack
RDCC: Boston Blackstone-N (Imp ITA)

BCC: Ch Draxpark Hot Like Me
RBCC : Eskaidee Katinka

BOB: Ch Draxpark Hot Like Me
RBOB: Foxwood’s Backtrack
BP: Foxwood’s Femma Fatale for Dulejoes
BV: Gloris Lolly Pop

Left – right:

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My thanks to officers and committee for the opportunity to judge Giant Schnauzers at their Championship Show. A special thank you to my stewards for their efficiency, and exhibitors for entering the clubs 33rd championship show. I thought the standard of exhibits overall was good, but was surprised by some straight shoulder and narrow front construction making for poor front movement.

BOB: CH Draxpark Hot Like Me. Wonderful bitch, loved her type and size, but most of all her balance on the move, from her head of true proportions, strong neck into correct shoulders, slightly sloping topline, compact body, great rear quarters she effortlessly powers around the ring, turned out in top condition pleased to award her B.C.C. & B.O.B. and delighted to see her go onto B.I.S.

RBOB: Foxwood’s Backtrack. A very imposing male, fabulous head planes dark oval eye, flowing neck into excellent shoulders, loved his slightly sloping topline, deep compact body, strong rear quarter construction effortless, reach and drive just got better the more he moved, well handled to D.C.C

BPIB: Foxwood’s Femma Fatale For Dulejoes Pup of 7 months lovely type presented giving clean outline typical expression, she has nice angles front and rear, well handled to B.P.B. and B.P.I.B.

BVIB: Gloris Lolly Pop. Quality veteran of 8 years old, lovely head shape, strong neck into good shoulder, well off for body great rear quarters, moved freely.

Judge: Wayne Rylance (Redmist)

Critiques

BIS CRITIQUE - Mrs J Harrison-Smith

It was a pleasure and honour to award the top honours at this well organised and friendly show.

Best in Show –   Parker’s Giant Schnauzer, Ch. Draxpark Hot Like Me, a true Giant Schnauzer, defined by correct, harsh coat , super head and expression, best of all she had a correct frons with excellent layback of shoulder with well angulated upper arm, giving forechest and correct, strong, slightly sloping top line.She had a  defined correct , well ribbed body. She out moved the Schnauzer having good, well muscled hindquarters.

Reserve Best in Show –  Watson’s Schnauzer, pepper/salt, Ch.Jalero Miss Iowher, as with the BIS winner, a true Schnauzer, defined by correct, harsh coat , super head and expression, best of all they both had correct fronts with excellent layback of shoulder with well angulated upper arm, giving forechest and correct, strong, slightly sloping top lines.She too was also defined by correct , well ribbed body.

Best Puppy in Show –   Longdin’s Miniature Schnauzer, Wellingly Won of the Girls, like the BIS, so well put together with a pepper/ salt coat which is the best, with excellent head and expression.There was nothing ‘terrier’ about her, she is a true schnauzer.

Best Veteran in Show –  Bawden and Brown’s Schnauzer, Ch. Kanate Million Dollar Baby ScCM, pepper/ salt, wearing her 11 1/2 years well, a credit to her owners. Still an excellent example of the breed, she is a credit to her owner/ breeders. Part of the reason she is still in such good shape is because she is constructed correctly, so still has a strong topline.

Judge: Mrs J Harrison-Smith

SCHNAUZER CRITIQUE - Miss Lucy Dixon

Firstly I would like to thank the committee for inviting me to judge, their warm welcoming hospitality, and the exhibitors for such a lovely entry. The quality throughout out is extremely encouraging and with such strength in the bitches, the future of this wonderful breed is surely exciting.

MPD: (2,2abs)

PD: (No entries)

JD: (2,2abs)

PGD: (2,0)

1: MICCOSUKEES WINNING HAND, a young dog with lots of potential. He wasn’t cooperating with his handler being stacked which unfortunately didn’t help his outline. To go over he has a gorgeous head, with a lovely dark eye, and we’ll set ears when he uses them, he is of a nice size with well laid back shoulders and was so sound on the move, with more training I have no doubt he could trouble the best.

2: LEFENIX DARK AVENGER, a larger and heavier dog who has a lovely top line and great tailset. Today he did pace a lot on the move. He has a good solid front, but I did feel he was carrying a bit too much weight.

LD: (4,0)

This was a really good class, and I’m sure places will often change.

1: BOUJAN DATE WITH DESTINY, an impressive dog who creates a lovely outline, with the most beautiful neck and top line. He has a strong, masculine head, with such a kind eye, the more he moved, the more I was taken by him, I would like to see him moved a bit faster to show his full stride. A lot of work had gone into his presentation and he was shown in great condition. With maturity he will surely be at the top. A pleasure to award him the RCC.

2: LEEBREN AMERICAN PIE, black of excellent colour, on the first run around the ring I knew it would be a close decision in this strong class, but this male stood out with his rear drive and side gait, he is lovely to go over with good shoulders and spring of rib and tight elbows, but lost out to the winner on strength of head.

3: DRACO ALARM BESKYD FOR OUSEVIEW

OD: (5,2)

1: CH KHANATE GIN FIZZ ShCM, another imposing male, who has the best of ears and expression looking down his nose at you. He makes a lovely outline and I really appreciated that he isn’t too exaggerated! He powered round the ring effortlessly and so soundly in all directions. With his steady showmanship I could not look past him for the CC.

2: FIVEPITS THE MOLE, a larger heavier dog, with excellent front assembly, again he isn’t exaggerated in any way. He drives well from behind.

3: CH DANELBEKS CRY O’GENICS

VD:(No entries)

MPB (1,0)

1: DIAMOND IN THE SKY OF DIAQUINCY AT DANELBEKS (imp), 6month baby who is so raw still at the moment with lots of potential, taking the whole experience in her stride and never stopped wagging her tail. She has the sweetest expression, kindest of eyes, and already in great coat.

PB (2,1)

1: FIVEPITS THE DETONATOR, extremely pretty girl with a lovely head, she had a good body, lovely shoulders and spot on front assembly, along with good length to neck, she is a little longer in body at the moment, but still only young. With maturity I think she will have a good future. Pleased to award her BPIB, she did herself and owner proud looking great in Best puppy in show challenge.

JB (9,0) This was a fantastic class, no only for numbers, but the quality was so high, I have no doubt places will change regularly.

1: ACHNACARRY QUINCY’S GIRL, This girl stood out for me from the first go around and did not disappoint when I got my hands on her. She is elegant without exaggeration, has a gorgeous head and well made all through. She moves so well, particularly from the rear where she has power and drive whilst keeping her strong top line. I considered her for the RCC.

2: COMMONDALE CAREFREE AT JALERO, another lovely bitch who has such a purposeful drive from the rear, a great show girl who I’m sure will be at the top as well, just lost out today on expression and ear carriage.

3: MICCOSUKEES THE SHOW GIRL

PGB (3,0)

1: OUSEVIEW AVID ALENA, as soon as she walked in to the ring I was drawn to this young girl, she is so perfect, steady and sound on the move, and was in the hardest muscular condition, there is nothing overdone about her, which I like, a darker coat of excellent texture, tailset bang on and carries it nicely too. Seeing her here I already felt she could be strong contender for the CC, but once against the open winner lost out on maturity and body. But I have no doubt she will trouble the best very soon. Delighted to award her the RCC and RBOB over the smart dog. I will watch her future with interest.

2: BOUJAN ETERNALLY YOURS AT MINNIENOOM, still young and has a lot of maturing to do, very steady on the move showing well, nice to go over.

3: AMIGRIS MS DYNAMITE

LB: (4,0) Again a very strong class full of quality, places will easily change on another day.

1: ACHNACARRY SOPHIES GIRL, a close decision between 1 and 2. This girl moves well, has a strong but still feminine head and uses her ears well, a good strong top line held on the move, loved her neck and strong rear end when stood, but would have like a bit more character on the move to show that strength off.

2: SWEET SURI ALARM BESKYD FOR OUSEVIEW (imp), similar comments to 1, so nice to go over, a strong, well made front, and lovely side profile going around the ring. Lost out today on not using her ears, altering the expression.

3: MAIDLUNS MARTHA MAY

OB: (6,2), a nice class, which varied a lot in, types and style.

1: CH JALERO MISS IOWHER, a classy, unexaggerated girl who came to life on the move, not only was she sound with so much power behind her, she had such a cheeky personality which made a me smile. She motored around the ring asking to be looked at. On closer assessment I loved her head, expression and very kind, dark eye, a good strong neck, which she used to hold her head high, a spot on top line that she never lost, and her shoulders are well laid back. She has strength all through but maintains a lovely feminity. I could not look past her for CC, BOB and was over the moon to watch her take RBIS.

2: BOUJAN INDEPENDENT CLIMAX, a more exaggerated and elegant style which is very eye catching, she makes a very impressive outline. As with her kennel mate a lot had gone into her presentation. She does not disappoint to go over, good shoulders and lovely front, prominent chest and again well-laid shoulders. I thought she could have been my winner, but today was not as steady or sound as others on the rear.

3: KHANATE EURO MILLION

VB: (5,2)

1: CH KHANATE MILLION DOLLAR BABY ShCM, this beauty has been such a great ambassador for the breed, and even at her age looks every bit the champion, although catering a few extra pounds she is in such great condition. She had the best ears and expression of the day!! It was a pleasure to judge her today, and thrilled to award her BV, and elated when she pulled out all the stops to win BVIS, showing off her sheer quality. A credit to her owners/breeders.

2: CH/NL CH KHANATE A STAR IS BORN AT KAITERITERI, this girl has the same qualities to her older sister, and still looks every bit a champion. Looking in fine form demonstrating how well constructed she is still moving so well. Again, a pleasure to have her here to judge today.

SPECIAL BLACK DOG/BITCH: (1,0)

1: SCHABAAL VASHTI, a mature girl of excellent colour, so well trained and moving better here in this class than she did earlier, she knows how to play her owner up. She is still looking so well for her age, good strength to head and even now has the darkest of eyes.

Judge: Lucy Dixon

MINIATURE SCHNAUZER CRITIQUE - Mr J Bispham

A well organised show, all seemed to run so smoothly, with a good display of trophies and rosettes on offer

MPD.

  1. Hood’s Risepark Born To Be Wild for Jastalla, a well-balanced young man with good head qualities all well carried. He stands and shows to advantage showing off his nice outline. So good to see on the move.
  2. Dursley’s, Mutziee Galaxy’s Quest, not just as sure on the table as 1st, but he has lots a time on his side. Good overall body shape, stands true front and rear OK on the move.
  3. Fletcher & Coupe’s, Dalimese Rebel Rebel;

PD.

  1. James’ Surechanz Make My Day, a 10 months old, liked his head plains and well set dark eyes. Good neck topline and tail set. Straight front and compact feet, scores on the move going as one with his owner, BPD.
  2. Harrison’s Surechanz Made You Look, I see is the litter brother to 1st and very much the same make and shape. Not a great deal in these 2, 1st just had the edge on the move.
  3. Lee, Mutzlee My Boy Griffin.

JD.

  1. Descere’s  Basamart Maybach, a good looking black standing alone today but could do well in company. Sound well set neck.  Good depth of chest and sound loin. Good upper arm/shoulder angulations giving the desired reach.

PGD.

  1. Shaw’s  Siracem Bucks Fizz, liked his head with well-set eyes and ears. Straight front, soundly made hindquarters. He stacks well, best reach in the class.
  2. Wright’s  Cary Tyras Akvamarinas (imp), a nice black, good neck and overall body shape. Nicely made front and rear, but could not match 1st in movement.
  3. Starbound Martin.

LD.

  1. Thomas’s  Kassava Raise The Bar, a well-balanced dog, head of good length, good stop and skull. Nice strong neck well set. Liked his body shape all well covered, coat harsh and well presented. He looks good standing and did not disappoint on the move, very good showman, Res. DCC.
  2. Ilott’s Leecurt Smart Guy, another quality dog who pushed the winner all the way. Again sound in body and quarters, he has free well-balanced movement.
  3. Austin & Mather, Pajanzer Eckythump ShCM

OD.

  1. Dursley’s  Wellingley Won To Please ShCM, a good looking dog from any angle, just shouting Schnauzer. Good clean head and expressive eyes. So sound in bone and body, in good textured coat. He is well put together both front and rear.  He looks a picture standing and moves as one would expect from his sound confirmation, very well handled to the DCC, and BOB.
  2. Newman & Uryu’s  Risepark Right Charmer, another good looking dog with nice head plains, well set dark eyes and nicely set ears. Sound neck, liked his topline and tail set. In good body and coat condition. He stacks well and scores on the move going as one with his owner.
  3. Wareing’s  Leecurt Will I Am at Caskayd.

VD.

  1. Webster’s Buffels Keep it Short, a 7 year old with a nice clean head and good expression. Good depth of chest, good textured coat. He makes the most of standing and on the move with a better reach than a few of the youngsters.

MPB.

  1. Longdin’s  Wellingley Which Way Now, a 7 month old with a good head and expressive eyes. Nice neck and body shape. Makes the most of standing and showing, did not disappoint on the move.
  2. Thomas’s Kassava Bossanova, another promising young lady, good topline and tail set. She stands true front and rear, OK on the move, a close call between 1 and 2.
  3. Fleetwood & Masterton’s Toosum Let It Be.

PB.

  1. Longdin’s Wellingley Won Of The Girls, a lovely bitch with very good head qualities and well set eyes giving a true feminine expression. First class body shape all well covered for age and presented in top order. Sound front and rear and it showed in her movement. BBP, BPIB and BPIS. At the end of the show the owner told me, along with her puppy she also bred the Dog CC, BOB and best veteran in show.
  2. Beardall’s Gainsfield’s Valentina, another soundly made bitch. Good head plains, nice length of neck well set. Liked her topline and tail set. Good quarters front and rear giving well balanced movement.
  3. Descere’s Ambercoast Electra.

JB.

  1. Holland’s Stokinpaws Gravity, so nice to go over this quality bitch who looks a picture standing in profile showing off her lovely shape. , Splendid head and expression. She is sound front and rear, presented and handled in top order, free and balanced on the move. BCC & RBOB
  2. Dobson’s Risepark Ever In Style for Becjavic another good looking bitch, liked her head proportions and well set dark eyes. Good neck topline and tail set. Soundly made hindquarters but could stand better in front. She scores well on the move.
  3. Reeve’s Ch Deneens Scarlet Ribbons.

NB.

1, Longdin’s Wellingley Wild Tiger Lily, good head and expression, nice overall body shape well covered in a coat of good texture. She stacks well, and did OK on the move.

  1. Searson’s Jansad Custom Design for Traphen, nice head plains and well set dark eyes. She looks good standing but lost out in movement to 1st.
  2. Vasquez’s Chelines Lady Yana.

PGB.

  1. McDermott’s Lichstone Midnite Star Girl nice head proportions.   She looks good in profile. Straight front and compact feet. Good showgirl but could put more into her movement.
  2. Fones’s Nikisan Little Mix for Riveltofs, Good muzzle stop and skull topped with neat ears. Nice neck and body. Another who could improve in her movement.
  3. Beardall’s Gainsfield Teasing Jolene.

LB.

  1. Cox’s Traviston’s Look At Matilda, head of good length topped with neat ears. Straight front and sound hindquarters giving a balanced movement, with a good driving action.  Good depth of chest and sound in lion. Good showgirl, in harsh coat.
  2. May’s  Mantricks Every Witch Way, a well-balanced bitch, good length of neck and nice topline. She stands true front and rear, could not match 1st in movement.
  3. Searson’s Kassava Mystique in Traphen.

OB

  1. Boyle’s  Ch Acasia Passion from Finland JW, good head qualities all well carried with a nice alert expression. Neck well set, first class body shape, straight front and nicely angulated hindquarters. She stacks well and moves as one would expect from her sound confirmation, Res. BCC.
  2. Barker’s Ch Barrontoft Bedazzled, another nice bitch who looks good from any angle. Good head length with well-set dark eyes. She makes the most of standing showing off her lovely shape. Not just as positive on the move as 1st.
  3. Soar’s Sonjay Sky’s The Limit.

VB.

  1. Dursley’s  Wellingley What About Me for Acasia, nice clean head and expressive eyes. Sound in neck and body. In good textured coat, well presented.  Nicely angled front and rear giving good movement. BV.
  2. Parnell’s Ch Nortonchase Kiss in the Dark at Minivale JW, head handles well and nicely carried. Straight front and neat feet. Good showgirl free on the move.
  3. Ward & Frost-Ward’s  Bonny Sunshine Girl;

Sp. Black/Silver, D/B.

  1. Turner’s Kristal Twister vd Blessewichof Engalah (imp). She has a pleasing head and expression, nice neck and outline. Good showgirl who looks good standing in profile. Best mover in this class.
  2. Rayner’s Farcik Dzikie Pola naf, taf, good head plains and nicely carried. Straight front, good topline. Not the overall substance as 1st, OK on the move.
  3. Fletcher & Coupe’s Dalimese Rebel Heart.

Sp. Black, D/B.

  1. Lee’s Mutzlee Will I Am, a nicely balanced dog in good coat and body condition., he stacks well and moves well for his young handler.
  2. Ward & Frost-Ward’s Bonny Sunshine Girl, almost 12 years old and fully enjoying her day out which is as it should be. Moved OK for age.

Judge: Jack B Bispham.

GIANT SCHNAUZER CRITIQUE - Mr Wayne Rylance

My thanks to the Officers and Committee for the opportunity to judge Giant Schnauzers at their Championship Show. A special thank you to my stewards for their efficiency, and exhibitors for entering the clubs 33rd championship show.

I thought the standard of exhibits overall was good, but was surprised by some straight shoulder and narrow front construction making for poor front movement.

M.P.D (1)

 1. Parkers – Draxpark Feel Good Factor.Smart pup of 8 months old, good size, pleasing head shape, body developing nicely, turned out in great condition. B.P.D.

P.D. (1) 

  1. Turners – Dayshaun Lets Go Fly A Kite. Raw Youngster of 7 months old. Good head shape, nice shaped eye giving great expression.

J.D. (5.1)

  1.  Semjonova’s – Robmarralee Back In Black. Powerful 16 months of age youngster lovely head on flowing neckline, compact body, good angles front and rear, moved well.
  2. Parker’s – Spartacus Radine At Draxpark (IMPCZE) Another quality dog well off for size, turned out in great condition again great front and rear angles but preferred front of 1 on move.
  1. Allen & Watmough’s – Lucavale Washington.

P.G.D (4)

  1.  Smith & Browns – Foxwood’s Backtrack. Very imposing male, fabulous head planes dark oval eye,  flowing neck into excellent shoulders, loved his slightly sloping topline, deep compact body, strong rear quarter construction effortless, reach and drive just got better the more he moved, well handled to
  2. D.C.CReeves – Ouseview’s Floyd Mayweather At Valter. Pepper and Salt strong powerful dog, loved his head shape, good eye and ear carriage, harsh coat of correct texture on well sprung body, well groomed, well handled, preferred balance of 1 on the move.
  1. Tobijanski’s – Foxwood’s Quarterback Janski.

L.D. (5.1)

  1. Veal’s – Philoma Man After Midnight. Well balanced dog, nice size, good shape showing nice flowing outline, well off for rear angulation, good presentation and handling.
  1. Cook’s – Eskaidee Scene Stealer. 2-year-old dog of overall shape, no exaggerations, great harsh coat, moved okay, would prefer more body weight.
  1. Brown’s – Honering Masor VD Telgthoeve.

O.D (4)

  1. Smith’s – Boston Blackstone-N (Imp ITA) Great class of mature males all turned out in wonderful condition impressive male of 3 years,he commanded attention on entering the ring, from his striking outline, balanced head, good eye colour and shape, strong flowing neck into well placed shoulder, deep and full compact body, powerful rear quarters, moved freely to win class, and later R.D.C.C. lost in challenge to younger dog on move, his son I’m told.
  2. Parker’s – CH Draxpark Black Jack.One I have admired from ringside top quality male, great head shape, keen expression, harsh well groomed coat covering deep compact, body super rear angulation, confident easy action on the move, great partnership between dog and handler.
  3. Lowood Price & Price’s -Foxwood’s Buster Rymes At Adreana.M.P.B. (2)1. Fish’s – Foxwood’s Femma Fatale For Dulejoes, Pup of 7 months lovely type presented giving clean   outline typical expression, she has nice angles front and rear, well handled to B.P.B. and B.P.I.B.2. Ray’s – Minnienoom Bab Ling Brook. Sweet raw pup of 6 months old, pepper and salt of good colour and coat texture, loved her rear quarters just needs time.

    P.B. (3)

    1. Smith’s Philoma Tempo. Well presented pup, head of good proportion and shape, clean ear, nice ear carriage, good rear angulation.

    2. Ray’s – Minnienoom Bab Ling Brook

    3. Wright’s – Otis Boanergos Sicily (IMPUKR

    J.B (1)

     1. Whitney’s – Primavistas Got The Look. Excellent outline of a quality bitch, easy free flowing movement, held her topline nicely on the move, well off for coat and furnishings.

    P.G.B. (3.2)

    1. Houselop’s Eskaidee Firefly at Aligael. Good bitch of 2 years old, no exaggerations good head shape, strong body, harsh coated, moved soundly, but lacked purpose on move for handler today.

    L.B. (4.1)

     1. Foster’s – Eskaidee Katinka. Sister to P.G. winner same qualities but gave so much more, loved her soundness on the move true reach and drive, did everything with ease, pleased to give her R.B.C.C.

    2. Murgatroyd’s – Taktika Art Desert Rose for Marrytudog (IMPLTU).Strong head of good shape, good body outline, coat not a harsh as 1, moved okay, well handled.

    3. Cook’s – Eskaidee Pink Flamingo.

    O.B. (4)

     1. Parker’s – CH Draxpark Hot Like Me. Wonderful bitch, loved her type and size, but most of all her balance on the move, from her head of true proportions, strong neck into correct shoulders, slightly sloping topline, compact body, great rear quarters she effortlessly powers around the ring, turned out in top condition pleased to award her B.C.C. & B.O.B. and delighted to see her go onto B.I.S.

    2. Fish’s – Foxwood’s Destiny’s Child. Another quality bitch similar type to 1, of correct size pleasing head, eye, expression, beautifully presented well-groomed coat on well-proportioned body, preferred reach of 1 on the move.

    3. Cullen & Thomas’s – CH Philoma Lana Lang.

  4. V.B. (1) 1. Semjonova’s – Gloris Lolly Pop. Quality veteran of 8 years old, lovely head shape, strong neck into good shoulder, well off for body great rear quarters, moved freely. BVIB

    S.P.S. (4.1)

     1. Reeves – Ouseview’s Floyd Mayweather At Valter

     2. Allen & Watmough’s – Lucavale Washington

    3. Brown’s – Honering Major VD Telgthoeve

    Judge: Wayne Rylance

Photos

Judges from l-r:

Mr J Bispham, Miss L Dixon, Mrs J Harrison-Smith & Mr W Rylance

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BIS: Ch Draxpark Hot Like Me

BIS: Ch Draxpark Hot Like Me

RBIS: Ch Jalero Iowher

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BPIS: Wellingley Won Of The Girls

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BVIS: Ch Khanate Million Dollar Baby ShCM

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