Critique

Best in Show was Wayman’s Cobyco Chasing Stars at Scarletfair.

Reserve Best in Show was Howgate and Hull’s Palmik Wish Me Luck JW

Best Puppy in Show was Tope’s Falconcrag Class Act for Dewerstone

 

My thanks to the committee for this appointment which I had been looking forward to immensely. Also thanks are due to my very efficient Stewards who kept me on course and looked after me faultlessly.

Very many thanks to all the exhibitors for such an amazing entry, which I found on the whole good for size and condition. I was pleased to find that nearly all the dogs moved away and back cleanly.

 

Minor Puppy Dog 8 (2 absent)

1st. Third’s Windfly Onner Bluemoon. 7 month Blue , well made with balanced outline. Good for size. Good reach of neck into correct topline. Well placed shoulders, good bone and feet with good spring of pastern. Deep brisket and good unexaggerated quarters. Moved Well

2nd. Chappell’s Blueflight Ice ’N’ Easy. 7 month Fawn brindle. Well made more rangy dog. Good head and neat ears, long neck. Good shoulders, just needs more confidence.

3rd Ford’s Danluke Lord Sugar

 

Puppy Dog 6 (3A)

1st. Tope’s Falconcrag Class Act for Dewerstone. 11 month Fawn. Elegant masculine well-made quality dog. Good head and expression. Long strong neck into good topline. Good spring of rib, well angulated shoulders. Deep brisket. Good length of loin, strong quarters with good width across the thigh. Moved Out well. B.P.D and B.P.I.S.

2nd. Perkin’s Jasarat Jetsetter at Zeglynn. 11 month Fawn Brindle. Slightly larger dog. Good head with lovely expression. Good depth of brisket and strong loin..

3rd. Hawker’s Mollytop Dream Maker

 

Junior Dog 8 (2A)

1st. Rishworth’s Richclass King of Kings. Red brindle with white trim. An eye catching dog well balanced throughout. Good shoulder and hind angulation with well-developed second thigh. Elegant neck, good shoulders. Deep brisket with good spring of rib. Moved well.

2nd. Bellamy’s Kandalama Royale. Fawn Brindle Parti. Lovely head with kind expression and oval eyes. Strong loin and well-made quarters. Moved well and freely.

3rd. Perkin’s Jasarat Jetsetter at Zeglynn.

 

Maiden Dog 7(1A)

1st. Tope’s Falconcrag Class Act for Dewerstone.

2nd. Third’s Windfly Onner Bluemoon

3rd. Chamberlain’s Collooney Candyman at Alacrity.

 

 

Novice Dog 4 (1A)

1st. Zevenbergen’s Gold Finch. Fawn boy of a more old fashioned type. Good head with rose ears. Straight front, deep brisket, good bend of stifle.

2nd. Hooper’s Torbers Jeb. Dark brindle. A strongly made boy. Good head, strong underjaw, long neck deep brisket. Plenty of width across thigh.

3rd. Mulligan’s Ashkyem Star Chaser.

 

Graduate Dog 12 (3A)

1st.  Andrew’s Railfield Rainkey for Sharmus JW. Fawn brindle with white trim. Well balanced dog in good muscular condition. Good layback of shoulders. Deep brisket, pleasing sweep of stifle. Well-developed second thigh. Moved well.

2nd. Leathart and Skelley’s Ringmore Dalrymple. Fawn with pleasing outline. Good reach of neck. Correct front with deep brisket. Good spring of rib. Well let down hocks. Moved well.

3rd. Bowrey’s Cobyco Cause to Celebrate.

 

Post Graduate Dog 10.

1st. Mulligan’s Askyem Big Star. Brindle with white trim. Sound muscular dog standing over plenty of ground. Good head and neck, flowed into good topline. Well laid shoulders. Deep Brisket well ribbed back into good length of loin. Moved well.

2nd. Tope’s Bryarose Theseus at Dewerstone. Smokey fawn brindle. Another pleasing boy. Good head and eye, lovely expression. Neat ears good front with well laid shoulders. Good slope of pastern, deep brisket. Strong quarters. Would have liked a little more length of loin.

3rd. Wayman’s Speymalt See The Stars at Scarletfair.

 

Limit Dog. 9

1st. Neale’s Stormalong Romantic Romeo. Fawn brindle with white trim. Lovely dog who took your eye. At one with his handler. Elegant neck leading to flowing topline. Good shoulders, good bone and feet. Plenty of depth of chest. Nice spring of rib. Strong loin. Good turn of stifle, good width of thigh and well developed second thigh. Moved out well with purpose. R.B.D.

2nd. Scholes’s Craigavad Once in a Lifetime. Pale fawn brindle. Good for size. Pleasing head with oval eye and rose ears. Overall good shape and make with well-turned stifle, well let down hocks. Fine jacket. Not very relaxed today.

3rd. Wayman’s Speymalt Northern Star JW

 

Open Dog 8(2A)

1st.. Wayman’s Cobyco Chasing Stars at Scarletfair. Fawn and white parti. Masculine elegant dog with lovely balance of outline. A lovely head and eye, good reach of neck, flowing topline with correct rise over strong loin of good length. Well placed shoulders. Correct depth of brisket and strong made quarters. Moved out well with drive. Very well handled. Was pleased to award him B.D and B.I.S.

2nd. Whitehead’s Citycroft High Society JW. Fawn. Many of the same comments apply to another pleasing dog with a good outline, head and expression who moved well out and back and in profile.

3rd. Rishworth’s Collooney Taylor Made.

 

Veteran Dog 9 (1).

1st.. Chappell’s Blue Charm Biggles at Blueflight. Brindle of 7 years. Strongly made dog. A young veteran who still has his good lines. Moved freely Good Condition.

2nd. .Bellamy’s Palmik Midnight Express. Fawn Brindle. Good head and ears with oval eye. Good outline and good muscular condition for 10 years. Moved well.

3rd. Vickerstaff’s Bali Hi of Rystone.

 

Special Lure Coursing or Racing Dog. 4.

1st. Third’s Bruntsfield Blackmail. Gleaming black in hard condition. Nice outline, good spring of rib and looking ready for field or track. Moved well.

2nd. Norman’s Jarmane Blue Topaz. Blue slightly larger dog. Good bone and feet, deep brisket with plenty of heart room. Another ready to go.

3rd. Price’s Elmanash Majestic Gold among Silkdance JW.

 

 

Special Height Dog 10 (1).

1st. Kirkland’s Copsebury Comedy Chaos. Lovely class headed by a red fawn of lovely make and shape. Good neck and shoulders. Deep brisket with good spring of rib. Correct rise over the loin. Strong quarters and very sound. Moved well.

2nd. Price’s Elmanash Majestic Gold among Silkdance JW. Fawn who pushed 1st. hard, just preferred the overall size and shape of 1st. by a whisker. Well-made dog in good condition, many of the same comments apply.

3rd. Andrew’s Railfield Rainkey for Sharmus JW.

 

Bitches

 

Minor Puppy Bitch 5 (2 absent)

1st. Williamson and Grant’s Windfly One Perfect Day. 7 month Deep black. Good head rose ears and a strong underjaw. Well held topline with good length of loin. Well bent stifle, good bone and feet. Moved well in all aspects. In lovely condition. B.P.B and R.B.P.I.S

2nd. Leathart’s Ringmore Galatea. 6 month Fawn/white parti. Lovely head with oval eye and rose ears. Good length of neck well placed shoulders. Deep brisket good bend of stifle with good width of thigh. Needs to carry a little more weight but this will come. Moved well.

3rd Rossiter’s Wenross Miss Tiggywinkle.

 

Puppy Bitch 10 (4A)

1st. Harding’s Hergehill Persian Silk. 9 month. Brindle with white trim. Well grown young lady clean front good bone good fill to chest and slope of pastern. Strong loin and well-made quarters with good bend of stifle. Moved well with good reach and driving action.

2nd. Smeath’s Willingwisp Moment of Love. 11 month Pale fawn with a smooth outline. Lovely feminine head and sweet expression. Good oval eye. Long neck sweeping into topline. Good layback of shoulder. Moved well.

3rd. Taylor’s Willingwisp Moment of Hope to Musblaiks.

 

Junior Bitch 14 (4A)

1st. Howgate and Hull’s Palmik Kandalama Dusk Til Dawn JW. Brindle/white Parti. Eye catching and oh so feminine. Well balanced with flowing lines. Good bone and feet well sprung ribs. Good layback of shoulder, correct depth of brisket. Well-muscled quarters with good bend of stifle, well let down hocks. Very sound. Handled to get the best out of her.

2nd. Gallie’s Gwendariff Thanks a Latte. Pale fawn. Another lovely girl from this strong class. Well balanced. Pretty head good pigmentation. Clean neck and shoulder. Flowing topline moved well to and fro.

3rd. Bayley’s Collooney Candy Crush.

 

Maiden Bitch 6

1st.  Leathart’s Ringmore Galatea.

2nd. Quant and Totte’s I said Nothing. Fawn/white. Feminine head with oval eye and rose ears. Good depth to brisket and spring of rib. Strong loin of adequate length. Fine coat in good condition.

3rd. Reese’s Millington Mercury

 

 

Novice Bitch 11 (2A)

1st. Richard’s Jimanica Jolly Japes. Red fawn with a strong but still feminine outline. Well-made throughout. Clean neck and shoulders. Good infill to chest, deep brisket. Well ribbed back, strong loin and quarters. Moved well in all directions.

2nd. Bayley’s Collooney Candy Crush. Red gold. Good head, long neck good shoulders and clean front. Good depth of brisket and length of loin. Just preferred stronger quarters of first. Moved well.

3rd. Williamson’s Windfly Onnerown.

 

Graduate Bitch 12 (3A)

1st.  Gallie’s Gwendariff Thanks a Latte

2nd. Leathart and Skelley’s Ringmore Day Lily. Fawn. My notes say old fashioned girl of lighter type. Good head and expression plenty of brisket and length of loin. Fine jacket, moved well.

3rd. Fletchers Bruntsfield Beatnik at Shuleah.

 

Post Graduate Bitch 10 (2).

1st. Chappell’s Nattah Skys the Limit at Blueflight. Brindle/white. Took your eye at once for her lovely balanced flowing lines. Pleasing reach of neck into good shoulders. Well filled chest correct spring of pastern. Plenty of depth of brisket. Well-made loin and good well-muscled quarters. In lovely condition, moved and handled well. R.B.B.

2nd. Harding’s Copsebury Cream Cracker. Fawn with gleaming coat. Good overall make and shape. Good neck and topline, plenty of length of loin and strong quarters with good bend of stifle.

3rd. Hooper’s Torber Tootsie.

 

Limit Bitch. 13 (4)

1st. Molyneux’s Molvine Queen Elizabeth. Classic fawn who shone in this class. Lovely head and eye. So feminine with elegant neck and topline. Deep brisket and good spring of rib. Gentle rise over loin. Good width of thigh and well developed second thigh. Well let down hocks. Moved well.

2nd. Bayley’s Whisterfield As if by Magic JW Sh CM. Another lovely fawn of nice size and good proportions. Good in all departments lovely condition, moved well and pushed 1st. hard.

3rd. Third’s Tango Time of Bruntsfield.

 

Open Bitch 7 3A)

1st. Howgate and Hull’s Palmik Wish Me Luck JW. Brindle with a very shapely outline. Has the look of one built for speed. Good head with very alert expression. Good length of neck clean shoulders and correct rise over long well-muscled loin and well-made quarters. Stood over plenty of ground. Handled well, moved out freely with drive. B.B, R.B.I.S and B.O.S.I.S.

2nd. Neale’s Stormalong Post Haste.  Pale fawn. So much to like about this lady from her gentle expression. Lovely oval eye, good neck and shoulders, deep brisket, well ribbed back. Strong quarters. Fine shining jacket, moved well.

3rd. Hooper’s Torbers Damara.

 

Veteran Bitch 9 (2).

1st. Wayman’s Cornstalk Magic Star at Scarletfair. Sweet fawn 7 years. Pretty head, neat ears, very smooth outline, good bone and feet , deep brisket moved well. B.V.I.S

2nd. Wignall’s Starswift Sunset. Pale fawn. Slightly older lady in such good condition. Good balanced outline, sound all through.

3rd. Woodward’s Chasing Spiderwebs Around Tervanty

 

Special Lure Coursing or Racing Bitch. 7 (2).

1st. Third’s Tango Time of Bruntsfield. Pale fawn. Lovely for size with good shoulders. Well filled chest with plenty of heart room. Strong loin and quarters. In good hard condition, moved true and freely.B.R.C.I.S.

2nd. Reese’s Hazelnut Honeycomb. Fawn. Good reach of neck, strong loin, well-muscled quarters. Sound moving fore and aft.

3rd. Williamson’s Windfly Onnerown.

 

 

Special Height Bitch 15 (2).

1st. Bayley’s Whisterfield As if by Magic JW Sh CM

2nd. Gallie’s Gwendariff Thanks a Latte

3rd. Neale’s Stormalong Post Haste

 

Margaret Ironside Memorial Stakes 7 1).

1st. Neale’s Stormalong Romantic Romeo

2nd. Mulligan’s Ashkyem Big Star

3rd. Third’s Tango Time of Bruntsfield

 

Progeny 1

1st. Taylor’s Jzan Zizadorable Sh CM.  Lovely family group of fawns and brindles, could see the likeness. Sound and moved well.

 

Brace 5 (2)

1st. Leathart’s Fawns. Such a well matched brace who showed and moved as one. Well handled. A joy to watch.

2nd. Norman’s Blues. Another well matched pair who really appealed.

3rd. Fletcher’s Fawns.

 

Judge Elaine Walker