The Combined Cavalier Championship Show
Hosted by The South & West Wales CKCS Club
15th July 2017
Best In Show – Ch Ellemich I’m A Celebrity JW
Best Opposite Sex – Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic
Best Puppy – Pascavale Gino
Best Veteran – Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mrs C Ackroyd-Gibson (Toraylac)
I wish to thank the committee and exhibitors for making this show the highlight of my judging career. I had been looking forward to getting my hands the lovely dogs that had been making an impact on the show scene, and I wasn’t disappointed. I came across the usual problems with tailset, poor rear conformation, lack of forechest and narrow fronts. Eyes are difficult to breed away from small, light or almond eyes so it didn’t surprise me to find many examples of these, but I was heartened to find beautiful, dark, round and large eyes that give the unique expression of our breed.
Dog CC Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic
Reserve CC Aldous & Smith’s Bluemoon Cavaliers Renaissance for Aranel
Best Puppy Dog Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
     
Veteran (3 Entries 0 Absent)  
1st Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
An old favourite of mine and a dog that really has got better as he has aged. He is the ideal size, so correct in his conformation, has the most beautiful head that is so recognisable in his offspring. He moves with real drive and is correct fore and aft always keeping his tail level and constantly wagging. This dog will go down in history as a Legend. Sire of Dog CC and several more class winners.
2nd Hughes’ Ch Kaishmar Kavanagh Loranka
Another lovely boy who has such wonderful ring presence. Moves smartly around the ring with drive. Such a lovely soft expression and large dark, round eyes. Head framed with well set and feathered ears. A quality boy.
3rd Hughes’ Stonepit Heaven Sent to Loranka
Minor Puppy (7, 0)  
1st Bayliss’ Castlewytch Red Admiral
This young boy instantly appealed to me as he entered the ring. Great size and shape and stood foresquare. Really lovely head with soft expression, enough cushioning, excellent pigment and dentition. Good shoulder placement and spring of rib. Should be an exciting prospect.
2nd Smith’s Beaudale Rusty Dusty Blue
What a smashing ruby boy that appeals when he moves but also on the table. Lovely head and expression, good pigment. Moved steadily. Just a little longer in loin than 1.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Russmic One N Only
Res Hindle’s Spindlepoint Donovan with Ellisiana
VHC Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Oreo
Puppy (5, 1)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
This boy stood out and screamed breed-type. Super outline and attractive Blenheim markings. Lovely silky coat, great pigment and well feathered. Head is just right with plenty of cushioning but still with a tapered muzzle. Nothing extreme about this boy and richly deserved his BPIS.
2nd Coole’s Jolainey Frederick
Not as mature as 1, but another exciting prospect. Great shape with excellent shoulders, good topline and moved steadily. Heavier marked with lovely textured coat. A really nice baby.
3rd Parker’s Jordanic Evanly Touch
Res Searle’s Lanola Santos at Stonepit
Junior (10, 0) A difficult class to judge with many types and some with uncharacteristic, hard expressions.
1st Chapman & Ireland’s Ellemich The Sinner
This bl boy is another that instantly catches the eye. Such a rich jacket, immaculately presented and sympathetically handled. Head is soft but masculine, with beautiful eyes and lots of cushioning. Good front angulation with enough width between his legs. Level back and short coupled. Correct in front and really driving with his hocks. Will go far.
2nd Coole’s Jolainey Stanley
Exciting young blen. Still at the fluffy coat stage but it hides nothing. Beautifully made with good bone, excellent angulation and good tailset. Soft, expressive head with good dentition and pigment. Moved really well. Another young man for the future.
3rd Cullen & Parker’s Chlojade Shooting Star
Res Watts’ Jamesbonny Josey Wales
VHC Korn’s Beaudale Secret Dream at Sandusk
Yearling (8, 1)  
1st Homes’ Ch Leogem Renaissance JW
What a quality exhibit with the most lovely outline when stood. Everything in the right place with such elegance. Beautiful head with well set and feathered ears giving the required flat skull. Correct stop and well filled under the eyes. Such a pity that today he was extremely distracted on the move.
2nd Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Cassius
What a cracker. Everything you could wish for and so beautifully presented. Excellent angulation with a good reach of neck, level topline, excellent tailset. Such a pity another dog that just didn’t give his best.
3rd Stahl’s One N Only Junior vom Kaninchengarten
Res Bloomfield’s Delhaze Skyfall with Oaklake
VHC Kynaston’s Granasil Vontrap
Novice (3, 1)  
1st Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
Such lovely breed type with masculine head, soft expression. Lots of coat which can detract at times. Tends to lose his topline on the move.
2nd Thomas’ Bowfort Bertie Wooster of Pepyswood
Blen with a nice outline, moved steadily. Head a little coarse for my taste. Good pigment.
Graduate (4, 1)  
1st Bell’s Chistabella Picasso
Attractive, well made blen. Kept a lovely outline on the move when the handler loosened the lead. Soft but masculine head, with lovely eyes and well set ears. Correct mouth and good pigment. Well angulated shoulders and hind quarters. Just a little larger than ideal. Sired by BVIS.
2nd Norris’ Cinderaic Are You Kidding Criscan
Smaller than 1. Good head and expression with correct shaped skull. Moved happily and covered the ground well. Like a lot of dogs, was a little proud of his tail.
3rd Caldwell’s Kathysgirls Jaguar
Post Graduate (10, 0) A good class.
1st Cunninmgham’s Verheyen Anton
An outstanding, unexaggerated dog. Beautifully marked, excellent size, good bone, well laid shoulders, short hocks which he really drove off. Never stopped showing for a second. Short-listed for the CC.
2nd Renaud’s Ellenaud Freddie Mercury
It is no secret that I like this boy. Lovely breed type and unmistakably male. Very well constructed with moderate angulation. He has amazingly dense pigment which sets off his lovely well cushioned head. Carries a wealth of coat which can make him look heavy. Another dog that threw his chances moving today.
3rd Waddington’s Spindlepoint President JW
Res Latteck’s Clopsville Mario of Pascavale
VHC Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW
Special Mid Limit Black & Tan (4, 0)  
1st Kowalski’s Haralledream Warrior
Larger framed exhibit who moved steadily with a firm and level topline. Super large eyes, good bite, well cushioned muzzle and well set ears.
2nd Webster’s Featherfalls Secret Sunset
Smaller than 1. Lovely rich tan and pretty head with lovely expression. Not so positive on the move which cost him the class.
3rd Caldwell’s Kathysgirls Jaguar
Res Earl’s Earlrae Little Wizard
Special Mid Limit Ruby (4, 0)  
1st Tarabad’s Khatibi One In Vermillion JW
Easy winner of this class. Super boy with loads of character. Very well made with a lovely outline standing and on the move with a perfectly carried and set tail. Very sweet head with large, dark eyes, well cushioned muzzle without any coarseness.
2nd Mochrie’s Bonitos Companeros Zenit
Larger exhibit who moved. Masculine head. Good angulation.
3rd Kynaston’s Golden Nuggett
Res Lewis’ Carletto I’m A Believer
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (4, 1)  
1st Aldous & Smith’s Bluemoon Cavaliers Renaissance for Aranel
What a little star. Such excellent breed type with sublime head and expression. Large dark eyes, plush muzzle, excellent dentition, well set ears. Wonderful outline and didn’t disappoint on the table. He is a super size with well laid back shoulders, a correct crested neck, level topline and well set tail. Strong hind quarters with short hocks. To top this he was presented so expertly. My RCC winner who was very close to my CC.
2nd Hedger’s Khatibi Hedger Bets on Alrewic
Larger framed dog than 1. Extremely well marked and well presented. Moved steadily but didn’t have the reach of the winner due to the more upright shoulder conformation.
3rd Thomas’ Charlottetown Dylan Thomas of Pepyswood
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (6, 1)  
1st Drewett’s Brymarden Honeycombe at Judyland
Really like this exhibit who is now maturing in to a first class male. Beautiful head and expression with the largest of dark, round eyes. Well cushioned foreface and excellent dentition. Well set on neck and shoulders, with firm and level topline. One of the few dogs who could really cover the ground on the move.
2nd Renaud’s Ellenaud Freddie Mercury
2nd in PG
3rd Bloice’s Scotlass Power Of Love JW ShCM
Res Slack’s Willowheart Louis
VHC Lock & Thomas’ Korolevsky Luka
Limit (6, 3)  
1st Mangham’s Castlewytch Perfection of Charnavale JW
I have judged this boy before as a puppy and rewarded him very highly and he certainly doesn’t disappoint when going over him now. Masculine head, rich tan markings, well cushioned muzzle large expressive eyes. Lovely neck and well laid shoulders. Firm, level topline, well sprung ribs, excellent bone, well marked and beautifully presented. Such a pity he was a little proud of his tail today. Another sired by BVIS
2nd Long’s Arroline Infinity JW
Another quality exhibit who catches your eye immediately. Very close-up to 1 and many of the remarks apply to this boy especially his lovely head. Just not the front of 1.
3rd Bloomfield’s Delhaze Skyfall with Oaklake
Res Hawes’ Miletree Centauri for Kersmere
VHC   Featherfalls Secret Sunset
Open (7, 1) What a fantastic class. I was really spoiled for choice.
1st Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic
Fell in love with this boy from the start. Such a classic dog with so much quality. Not exaggerated in any way with excellent construction and temperament to match. Beautifully marked with a moderate length, rich, silky coat. Standing and moving he was a star. Sired by BVIS. CC and in full agreement with my co-judge, RBIS.
2nd Cortes’ Am GCh Miletree Joshua
This boy really does have the most wonderful head. Masculine but so soft and expressive. Good pigment but coat was lighter tan 1. Higher on leg but still well angulated. Handler would insist on rushing the dog on the move which caused his gait to converge. A top quality exhibit.
3rd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Heavenly Moment
Res Gibb-Stuart’s Ch Chantismere Push My Button JW ShCM
VHC Arrowsmith, Magri, Kirschbaum & Emberton’s Ger Ch Bonitos Companeros Woohoo

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Bitches Mr S R Goodwin (Lanola)
I would like to thank South & West Wales C.K.C.S. Club for inviting me to judge this show. When I received this invitation I was a committee member of The National Club. I felt honoured and privileged to judge at this show. I have been involved in the breed since 1973. I would like to thank my two efficient stewards for the smooth running of the ring, the Patron, Mrs Maureen Sheppard and Mrs Sheila Dupe a very long standing Committee Member. I had a lovely entry of 88 bitches with 11 absent. Last but not least I would like to thank the exhibitors for allowing me to judge your dogs. I was so shocked to see so many puppies with undershot mouths. The Breed Standard asks for scissor bite. I found several adults with runny eyes and no amount of talcum powder will cover the stains but in fact it makes it look more obvious and alters the expression. I also found several youngsters who were slab sided and lacked spring of rib. I was pleased with my final line up and for me my CC winner just stood out for Breed Type and with my co Judge Mrs Caroline Ackroyd–Gibson were in complete agreement on the bitch being Best In Show as our decisions for Best Puppy & Best Veteran
Bitch CC Chapman & Ireland’s Ch Ellemich I’m A Celebrity
Reserve CC Maclaine’s Lochbuie Reddy For Anything
Best Puppy Bitch O’Grady’s Culverhill Coralie
     
Veteran (7, 1) What a super class of top quality exhibits and was one of the best classes today.
1st Tarabad’s Ch Kaidee Kiss Me Kate Khatibi JW ShCM
Excellent start to the day, Blenheim, ultra feminine head framed with long ears, dark eyes full of expression. Compact neatly made body, well broken coat of silky texture, moved out effortlessly retaining a lovely outline. One of the last champions to gain her title sired by the late Maibee Montrose. Put down to perfection and shown in excellent condition, a credit to her owner. I felt privileged to have been given the chance to go over such a lovely bitch of super breed type. Best Veteran Bitch
2nd Coole’s Jolainey Naughty But Nice
Blenheim another nice type by Montrose, softest of expression with large, round, dark eyes. Moved with drive, super level topline both on the move and standing, belying her age, out of coat but this only showed off her super outline more. A credit to her owner, a kennel who I have always admired and the type this exhibitor shows.
3rd Rees’ Ch Tusculana Carmelia at Embeth
Res Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM
VHC Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Tip
Minor Puppy (8, 0)  
1st Loades’ Rosirius Bluebell
Promising Blenheim, correct for size, well boned and so beautifully proportioned. Good neck and shoulders with level topline, well angulated back end, silky coat with deep chestnut. Attractive head with large, round, dark eyes, giving gentle expression, moved well in both directions.
2nd Cunningham’s Glebeheath Jenny at Verheyen
Blenheim with most pleasing head, looked well on the move with sound easy movement, has a well presented broken coat, Just not as balanced as the winner.
3rd Waddington’s Spindlepoint Donna Summer
Res Mochrie’s Downsbank Rose Coral
VHC Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Ginger Rogers
Puppy (10, 0)  
1st O’Grady’s Culverhill Coralie
Quality Ruby, caught my eye as soon as she entered the ring. Very feminine head, with large, round, dark eyes, ears well set and well fringed for age, lovely shape, well angulated front and rear and moved freely, level topline both standing and moving, oozed personality and breed type. Coat was presented in excellent condition pleased to award her Best Puppy Bitch.
2nd Bubb’s Wandris Here Comes Alice
Tricolour, nicely presented who oozes breed type. Scores in outline and so well balanced, moved freely and with level topline, coat of correct silky texture in excellent condition and expertly handled.
3rd Parker’s Jordanic Evanly Mist
Res Surman’s Harana Siouxie Sioux
VHC Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Charisma
Junior (13, 2)  
1st Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
Blenheim, pleasing head, scores in outline and is so well balanced, stylish on the move and holds a spirit level topline, for me I would like slightly more cushioning under the eyes which gives you that soft expression. I am sure this will come when she is fully matured, still has time on her side. Put down to super condition as always from this kennel.
2nd Rennard’s Deranmar Evensong
Black tan, feminine, sweet expression, jet black pigmentation, super outline, excellent crested neck flowing in to well angulated shoulders, compact and short coupled level back, with short driving hocks giving her lovely movement. Liked her overall balance. Had she held herself in the class like when I was doing the critique, would have won this class, put down in excellent condition.
3rd Conneally’s Coedgwylum Sapphire
Res Roberts & Brewer’s Bowfort Talullah Belle
VHC Tarabad’s Frondil’s Bright Fuschia
Yearling (4, 1)  
1st Coole’s Jolainey Rosabella
Elegant well marked Blenheim, just needs more furnishing to complete the picture, nice expressive head with large dark eyes, well balanced body with good hind quarters and easy flowing movement.
2nd Bloice’s Ouslewell Margarita Time
Blenheim of all round good type and shape, gentle head good pigmentation and dark appealing eyes,good shoulders and topline, was in between coat today.
3rd Walton’s Underknoll Kiki
Novice (9, 2 Absent, 2 Withdrawn)  
1st Maclaine’s Pennygown I’ve Got A Feeling
This smart Blenheim excels in breed type, and fills the eye with her feminine charm, Beautifully presented in tip top condition, lovely bone and well bodied. Just needs to gain more confidence and willtrouble the best.
2nd Roberts’ Pauroi Lavish Alice
Very happy Blenheim showgirl with dark large expressive eyes, and full well set ears. She covers the ground well keeping a firm level topline and well carried tail. Her hind quarters are well angulated and moved out freely and never stopped showing, presented in lovely condition.
3rd Rennard’s Deranmar Antonia
Res Rogerson’s Rabymar Paper Lace
VHC Cox’s Magiro Snow Princess for Fujairah
Graduate (8, 2)  
1st Coole’s Jolainey Whizadora
Well presented Blenheim with clean markings, pleasing head, lovely pigmentation, appealing dark eyes, good confirmation, very happy to be in the showring, so full of herself. Another nice exhibit from this kennel, shown in super condition.
2nd Homes’ Leogem Ginestra
(See Junior)
3rd Conneally’s Coedgwylum Hot Crystal
Res Korn’s Evydal Soiree at Sandusk
VHC Jones’ Boatswain Azure at Droleus
Post Graduate (7, 0)  
1st Rees’ Embeth Bonny Boat JW
Very well put together, Tricolour of good make and shape. Moved soundly in both directions with good front assembly. She presents a compact balanced outline with very nice tail set, and a good rapport between dog and handler, put down in lovely condition.
2nd Franks’ Cathmead Maybe I’m Amazed
Lovely Blenheim, giving her all, she moves with drive keeping a level topline and was shown in good coat of the correct silky texture. Classically marked, she has a very pretty feminine head, dark pigmentation and eyes, very close up to winner, another day could changes places.
3rd Maclaine’s Pennygown Ticket To Ride
Res Tarabad’s Khatibi Rita Aura
VHC Walton’s Gayhalo Pique with Underknoll
Special Mid Limit Black & Tan (5, 0)  
1st Smith’s Crimbledale Jemima at Beaudale
Quality well proportioned Black tan, exquisite ultra feminine head with soft well cushioned muzzle and large luscious dark eyes, lovely outline, super reach of neck, well placed shoulders, her correct angulation allowed her to move effortlessly and positively around the ring, carrying her head proudly. I was so disappointed today she just did not want to stand and show, such a shame as I liked her a lot. Lovely silky coat presented in prestine condition.
2nd Lewis’ Carleeto Midnight Dream JW ShCM
Pleasing and compact Black tan, good bone, level topline, correct tailset and carriage, good shoulder placement, ample reach of neck, well proportioned head with good pigmentation, elegant mover holding her head proudly.
3rd Tarabad’s Frondil’s Bright Fuschia
Res Player’s Culverhill Chyna at Anickily
VHC Rogerson’s Rabymar Love Potion
Special Mid Limit Ruby (4, 1)  
1st Whitfield’s Aristor Pink Topaz for Bevelmount
Cracking Ruby, lovely headed bitch. Beautiful big expressive dark round eyes, so important in this colour. Soft gentle expression. Ideally sized, lovely balanced, moved soundly and showed well, presented in lovely condition.
2nd Lewis’ Carleeto Nikita
Ruby pleasing head, good dark pigmentation and dark eyes, Exuberant temperament. Moved and showed well, scores in outline, nice expression and well presented.
3rd Walton’s Underknoll Rudbeckia
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (8, 2)  
1st Hughes’ Loranka’s Turn The Magic On
A well broken Tricolour with a silky textured coat, feminine head, large, dark round eyes and pigmentation, good front and shoulders, level topline, moved well and presented to perfection as you would expect from this kennel.
2nd Vella’s Cinderaic The Lady Is A Tramp
Heavily marked tricolour which does not detract, pleasing head, dark eyes and pigmentation. Straight front, good body and bone, super topline and outline, moved freely and shows with lots of style. Not yet back in full coat, but was of the correct silky texture, presented in lovely condition.
3rd Walton’s Gayhalo Pique with Underknoll
Res Webster’s Cofton Miss Dynamix
VHC Cox’s Featherfalls Fairy Finesse for Fujairah
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (4, 1)  
1st Edwards’ Magic Charm’s Witchy Woman to Delhaze
Quality Blenheim with ultra feminine head with large, dark, round eyes, lovely size and still has ample bone and substance, coat was presented in immaculate condition, moved well in both directions, level topline, just did not give all in the challenge, such a pity, I loved her, a real toy spaniel.
2nd Bubbs’ Wandris Cute As A Button
Blenheim, gorgeous rich chestnut markings, Nice expression, large dark eyes, with well feathered ears which framed her head to perfection. Looks good standing, everything in balance and did not disappoint on the move. Today her coat was not in the best of condition, just lacked that shine as she was in between coats.
3rd Brewer & Moody’s Bowfort Patacake
Limit (11, 2)  
1st Maclaine’s Lochbuie Reddy For Anything
Quality Ruby, very feminine, large dark eyes, good reach of neck, level topline, correct tailset and carriage, good shoulder placement, well proportioned head with excellent pigmentation and appealing eyes, elegant mover holding her head proudly. She is lovely to go over on the table and then you can fully appreciate all her qualities. Presented to perfection as were all from this Kennel. Reserve Challenge Certificate
2nd Williams & Boardman’s Jonsville Crystella Sancana JW ShCM
Pretty headed blenheim I have often admired, large round dark eyes with excellent pigmentation, good neck into well laid shoulders, classically marked, a sound mover, completely out of coat today, such a pity.
3rd Waddington’s Ricksbury Rosebark of Spindlepoint
Res Hughes’ Loranka’s Kiss The Stars
VHC King-Smith’s Ispahan Blue Bunting
Open (4, 1)  
1st Chapman & Ireland’s Ch Ellemich I’m A Celebrity JW
Blenheim, beautifully headed bitch with large dark eyes, softest of expression, Excellent breed type and for me oozes quality. I have admired her from a puppy and today she looked stunning although slightly out of coat, her outline was sharper and crisper and cleaner, moved well in both directions with excellent topline, was presented to perfection. I was thrilled to award her the Challenge Certificate and later with my co judge Mrs Caroline Ackroyd-Gibson she went on to win Best In Show.
2nd Caneparo’s Dancing Queen vom Kaninchengarten
Another quality richly marked well-broken Blenheim. Moved soundly and showed well, Pretty, large dark eyes, lovely expression and shown in good condition.
3rd Arrowsmith, Vorderstrasse, Kirschbaum & Magri’s Ger Ch Bonitos Companeros Allerleirauh EUW2017

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