East of England 19

                                                                                           Judge: MR JIM RICHARDSON

 

BOB - SH CH/AUST SUP CH/SE (U) CH/IR SH CH SANDICAM THE LOOK OF LOVE (IMP AUS)

Dog CC - SH CH/AUST SUP CH/SE (U) CH/IR SH CH SANDICAM THE LOOK OF LOVE (IMP AUS)

Res Dog CC - MEADOWDALE STORM TROOPER  

Bitch CC - MEADOWDALE JEDI OF HANKNIGHT

Res Bitch CC - EASTRIDING SHEER LOVE FOR SANDICAM

Best Puppy - PLAIGLEN ENCORE

Special Beginner - CASSAPPLE LINDYHOP

Best Veteran - ROSANNOCH FORTUNA JW

 

I wish to thank the Committee for inviting me to judge at this well laid out and organised show. Also I wish to thank my two excellent stewards.

MPD (2, 1) 1 House’s Gleadsbury Gunpowder Plot. Once he grows up and matures the owner could have some fireworks and celebrations with this promising 8 month old l/w. Pleasing head with kind, typical expression. Strong neck flowing into the withers. A little careless with his front when standing. Firm body and strong at the loin. Second thigh needs to develop. Strong hocks which he used to drive from rear but needs to tighten in front.

 

PD (1) 1 Gleadsbury Gunpowder Plot.

 

JD (4, 1) 1 Jenkinson’s Eastriding Royal Mayfair. Liked this l/w a lot as in time he will have so much to offer. Liked his height to length proportions giving him real balance. Masculine attractive head which is so well proportioned. Intelligent expression. Balanced angulation in the forehand and hindquarters with mature deep body in between. Short in couplings. A little careless with his front when standing. Covered the ground with purpose.

2 Gray’s Trimere Time Tracker. L/w. Not quite the finish and maturity of first. Pleasing head with good dark eye. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Longer cast than first. Strong topline. Moved true in both directions.

3 Keely’s Alhambian Bon Scott.

 

YD (2) 1 Trimere Time Tracker.

2 Merrick’s Tiverstone Statesman At Stormerick. B/w boy who needs to show more animation and drive from the rear. Attractive masculine head but would prefer slightly darker eye. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Nicely feathered ears. Adequate layback of shoulder. Well developed hindquarters.

 

PGD (2, 1) 1 Osbourne’s Pendarlow Peter Pan With Braego. L/w. Pleasing head with moderate breadth of skull. Soft expression. Adequate layback of shoulder and has good upper arm. Level topline. Quite long cast. Strong mover with good drive and forward reach.

 

MLD (2, 1) 1 Walker’s Dexbenella Atticus Finch. Pleasing, well proportioned head from this l/w. Kind eye but teeth could be cleaner. Strong neck flowing into the withers. Good straight front but carrying a little too much weight across the back. Short in couplings. Strong topline held on the move. Carried himself really well with good head and tail carriage. Strong drive from the rear but needs to tighten in front slightly.

 

LD (4) 1 Eyeington’s Meadowdale Storm Trooper. Loved this b/w for his size and masculinity as he is all dog. Attractive, masculine, well proportioned head with kind expression. Reachy neck with well laid back shoulders and good upper arm. Good straight front with tight feet. Deep in brisket and well ribbed body. Good width of thigh and bend of stifle. Neat hocks which he used to drive from the rear. Excellent forward reach. RCC.

2 Rose’s Westaway Dream Angus Of Rosannoch (Imp Nor). L/w. Presents a very balanced outline but preferred the length of leg and slightly more maturity of first. Attractive, well proportioned head with nice chiselling below the eyes. Kind, soft expression. Good forehand construction. Short, level back. Well developed hindquarters. Covered the ground well.

3 Happs Clentonion Solomons Seal.

OD (3, 1) 1 Casey & Cavallo’s Sh Ch/ Aust Sup Ch/Se (U) Ch/Ir Sh Ch Sandicam The Look Of Love (Imp Aus). Eyecatching l/w presented in tip top condition. Compact, short coupled and well muscled body. Pleasing head with soft, intelligent expression. Well set in eyes. Well feathered ears with good dimensions. Reachy neck flowing into the withers. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Deep in brisket with well sprung ribs. Strong over the loin. Well let down hocks. Carried himself really well and has strong rear movement and excellent forward reach. CC & BOB.

2 Topliss’ Sh Ch Beresford Night Train. L/w. Presents a balanced outline with no exaggerations. Attractive, masculine head with kind expression. Preferred front construction of first. Deep mature body. Strong topline, well developed hindquarters with strong hocks. Moved truly in both directions.

 

VD (1) 1 Wallis & Levene’ Torbeck Penrhyn Bay. 8 year old l/w and is fit for his age but when moving would like to see more drive and enthusiasm. Pleasing well proportioned head with kind eye. Strong topline with correct tailset. Good width of thigh and bend of stifle. Well handled.

 

Sp Beginners D (1) 1 Barnett’s Glenbrows Had To Be. Pleasing head but would prefer to see darker eye. Good ear set. Lacking in shoulder placement and upper arm. Well developed hindquarters but quite narrow across the loin. Correct tail set and carriage. Moved ok when settled.

 

MPB (4, 1) 1 House’s Gleadsbury Dynamite. Won this class on movement. Just right for her age but handler not making the best of her qualities. Feminine head but would prefer darker eye. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Liked her height to length proportions.

2 Williams & Toublic’s Cobhay Fancy Phlox. Longer cast than first and standing high at the back-end. Handler is inclined to over-extend her. Attractive, feminine head with soft expression. Good straight front. Hindquarters still to develop. Moved well in both directions.

 

PB (6, 1) 1 Glendinning’s Plaiglen Encore. Liked this l/w a lot and ended up awarding her BPIB. Liked her shape with no exaggerations. Sweet, feminine head with intelligent expression. Dark, well placed eyes. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows and good bone. Excellent head and tail carriage on the move. Very promising.

2 Gleadsbury Dynamite.

3 Cobhay Fancy Phlox.

 

JB (5) 1 Casey & Cavallo’s Eastriding Sheer Love For Sandicam. L/w. Loved this youngster so much that I awarded her the RCC. So full of quality from nose to tail. She is bang on for her age. Beautiful head although I would prefer darker eye. Excellent forehand. Strong topline. Well developed hindquarters. Totally at one with her handler on the move which was a joy to watch plus excellent head and tail carriage. One I would love to own.

2 Calvert’s Calvdale Stowaway Magic JW. L/W. Not quite as mature as first. Very attractive head which was enhanced with tan markings on the muzzle. Kind, expressive eyes. Good height to length proportions. Well developed hindquarters. Her front is a bit loose whilst on the move. Strong rear action.

3 Jenkinson’s Eastriding Glam Princes.

 

YB (4, 1) 1 Lillie’s Freeway Fortune. L/w. Quite unsettled both standing and on the move. Nicely moulded head with intelligent expression.

Preferred her size over litter sister who was second. Good reach of neck but lacking a bit on shoulder angulation and upper arm. Well developed hindquarters. Sound on the move but needs more confidence.

2 Lillie’s Freeway Remembrance. Prefer to see more length to the leg. Pleasing head with soft expression. Stands a bit careless with her front. Good bone and feet. Strong toplone. Not together on the move.

3 Stradling’s Beresford Splash Of Ginge.

 

PGB (10) 1 Hancock’s Meadowdale Jedi Of Hanknight. B/w. Won this class with ease and ended up winning the BCC. Simply adored her head which was so typical and feminine. Strong reachy neck. Being ultra critical would just prefer slightly more layback of shoulder. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Good bone with strong pasterns. Well ribbed body. Covered the ground with ease and style. Presented in lovely condition. 2 Rowlinson’s Peasblossom Untamed. L/w. Well proportioned attractive head with soft expression. Good forehand construction. Short in couplings. Good width of thigh and bend of stifle. Strong backline. Needs to mature a little more. Strong hocks which she used to drive around the ring. 3 Chaston’s Cassapple Lindyhop.

MLB (5) 1 Kelly’s Shipden Alhambian Diana Dors. L/W. As her name suggests she is very attractive. Loved her clean lines making her totally balanced. Gorgeous appealing head. Well set and feathered ears. Good flow of neck into well laid shoulders. Good straight front with tight fitting elbows. Strong over the loin. Short in couplings. Stylish mover. Needs more tummy feathering to complete the picture. Excellent breed type.

2 Topliss’ Beresford Night Class. L/w. Presents a balanced outline. Attractive head with intelligent expression. Preferred forehand of first. Mature and well muscled body. Well ribbed with short couplings. Level topline. Well developed hindquarters. Moved soundly in both directions.

3 Hydon’s Clentonian Pandemonium JW.

 

LB (9) 1 Calvert’s Calvdale Heritage Of Folly JW. L/w. Easy winner in this class from a clever breeder. Totally balanced, clean outline. Attractive classical head with kind expressive eyes. Reachy neck flowing into well laid back shoulders. Good bone and feet. Short in couplings with well sprung ribs. Well developed hindquarters. Moved with purpose. Excellent breed type.

2 Gibson’s Calvdale Rag Nymph. L/w. Didn’t quite get her right on the stack. A lot to like about her and similar qualities to first. Beautiful head. Prefer to see more length to the neck. Deep, mature body with well developed hindquarters. Good height to length proportions. Good bone with tight feet. Excelled on the move.

3 Walker’s Beresford Night Nurse At Dexbenella.

 

OB (4, 1) 1 Topliss’ Lordsett Uptown Girl At Beresford (Imp Pol). L/w. One who excelled on the move with power from behind and driving action up front. Attractive head with good dark, appealing eye. Good reach of neck flowing into well laid back shoulders. Good straight front. Strong, level back, short in couplings and strong over the loin. If she was mine I would be trimming her feathering somewhat as the length of it is distracting to the eye and makes her slightly matron like.

2 Clark’s Jorobaden Teal At Syferspring. L/w with tan on muzzle. Clean outline. Lovely head with kind expression. Would prefer better layback of shoulder. Short in couplings. Well developed hindquarters. A bit careless with her front when standing but I put that down to handler. Covered the ground with ease. Needs a bit more finish to complete the picture.

3. Eyeington’s Flaming Whirlwind Of Meadowdale JW ShCM Ir Jun Ch.

 

VB (4) 1 Rose’s Rosannoch Fortuna JW. L/w. One who I have done well in the past. Showing no sign of her 7 years. Feminine, balanced head with kind eye. Good ear set. Adequate lay back of shoulder. Good straight front with strong bone and tight feet. Deep in brisket. Strong over the loin. Well developed hindquarters. Strong drive from rear and good forward reach. Her tail on the move just spoils the overall picture for me. Excellent presentation.

2 Reynold’s Mompesson Royal Flush. Attractive head. Prefer more length to the neck. Adequate lay of shoulder. Strong level back which she held on the move for her 8 years. Good width of thigh and bend of stifle, moved well in both directions.

3 Hancock’s Hanknight Jiggles Jinny.

 

Sp Beginners B (3) 1 Cassapple Lindyhop. Third in PG. Good height to length proportions giving her balance. Pleasing head. Very narrow in thigh. Correct tail-set. Moved truly but would like more drive.

2 Reynold’s Clentonian Picture Perfect. Pleasing head but had a dull expression. Needs more layback of shoulder. Handler has to find the right pace for her.

3 Sanders’ Meonstoke Angelica. Minor Puppy - Dog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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