Midland Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show – 26th November 2017
Best of Breed – Ch Valentyne The Irish Tenor
Best Opposite Sex – Salegreen Peony for Paulian JW
Best Puppy – Aranel Candy Crush
Best Veteran – Ch Dalvreck Dream On at Braemarra JW

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mr M Hegarty (Chantismere)
It is always an honour to get asked to award CCs in your own breed and with that comes a responsibility to do so with impartiality and adherence to the breed standard. A lovely entry of quality dogs awaited me which made this task so much easier. My grateful thanks to Secretary Mary Rees and her hard-working committee for not only putting on a superb show but for the hospitality and efficiency shown to me, making it a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Thank to you to all who came and asked for an opinion with grace and good sportsmanship. I was most pleased with the numbers of excellent exhibits and in some classes very difficult decisions had to be made often on minor points that may not separate on another occasion. Some beautiful heads and eyes were on show on the day but unfortunately in some cases this was accompanied by less merit in terms of shape and construction. ‘Active, graceful and well balanced’, is called for in the breed standard and for me it is the framework upon which the other essential features of type are draped on.
Dog CC O’Brien’s Ch Valentyne The Irish Tenor
Reserve CC Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Reach JW
Best Puppy Dog Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Joe Delucci
     
Veteran (6 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st McInally’s Ch Dalvreck Dream On at Braemarra JW
It’s always nice when an old favourite walks into the ring in veteran. It seemed no time at all since I first saw this handsome chap at one of his first puppy training classes. It was his first venture in the class and he certainly has retained much of the youthful qualities that gained him many admirers on the campaign trail. What I liked about him that he was totally unexaggerated in all respects. Fabulous eyes set in a handsome, classic headpiece with correctly set ears. Well made all through with lovely neck and shoulders, firm top line and well carried tail. He moved with drive and elegance and was a joy to watch going around in a well-presented jacket of correct texture and rich chestnut colour. It was plain to see he was enjoying his day ‘off the couch’ with his owner and they made a lovely picture going around with his enthusiasm and happy nature – just as it should be. I was delighted to see him go Best Veteran in Show. On this sparkling form it’s sure to be the first of many.
2nd Rhodes’ Calnolan Will I Am
Another lovely gentleman just nudging his way into the veteran rankings. Well off for type with a pleasing head, large round eyes and well-set ears. Beautiful for size, neat and well put together with a short back, well sprung ribs and a level top line allowing him to present an eye-catching outline both standing and on the move which he did with precision. Stood in a rich chestnut well broken jacket making a very attractive picture that moved him into second place over some other lovely golden oldies.
3rd Lymer & Jones’ Homerbrent Bransombe
Res Hedger’s Khatibi Peter Bread for Alrewic
VHC Sinclair’s Waldor Missouri to Byflosin
Minor Puppy (8, 1)  
1st Bubb & Barrett’s Wandris Leading Man
He certainly was the leading man in this class which was full of varying types. At the top end of MP, he should have most of his growing behind him. That said, there is so much quality that is totally undeniable as he was so correct where it really should matter. Classically proportioned head piece with correct ear placement that already has an unmistakably masculine yet gentle outlook from the best of eyes. So, satisfying to go over on the table where there is nothing discordant to offend. Best of neck and shoulders, blending into a solid top line with prefect tail extension which also made a very attractive picture going around in a coat that of the richest chestnut. Well sprung ribs and correct bone with all the right angles made him very hard to fault. On top of this his temperament was all a cavalier should be.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Glory Days
Smaller neat little Blenheim toy spaniel who was of a beautiful type. Very sweet pretty head with endearing expression from big round dark eyes. Lovely make and shape of an ideal size with good angles all through. As the class progressed he gained in confidence and gave a very good account of himself moving positively in both directions. Another with the desired rich chestnut marking that we are seeing less of these days. First class presentation.
3rd Koster’s Harana Jarvis Cocker
Res Crane’s Cranvarl Washington
VHC Knight’s Carolus Don Luciano
Puppy (10, 3)  
1st Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Joe Delucci
Impossible to ignore with lovely kerbside appeal, I’m quite sure that this boy will follow his illustrious kennel mates to the upper house. Screams type yet is correct and unexaggerated in most respects. Beautifully balanced head with correct proportions topped off high set ears which he used to advantage. Soulful expression from best of eyes. Lovely outline with moderate neck into good shoulders and great spring of rib. Short backed and standing with a ‘leg in each corner’ he cut a fine dash. Quality coat and exuberant attitude he just clinched Best Puppy Dog on showmanship. Does not need to carry any more weight.
2nd Smith’s Beaudale Rusty Dusty Blues
I needed 2 first prize cards here. My first impression from across the ring was one of graceful elegance and on closer inspection I found this to be so. Beautiful classic head, which would have been correct in any colour, with most appealing eyes that were large, dark and round, imparting a truly melting expression and darkest of nose pigment – so essential in rubies to provide the contrast required to add to the gentleness of expression. Jacket also of the richest chestnut colour that was complimented with lovely furnishings. On the move he was all that I look for and presented a very balanced and graceful picture. Just needs to tighten up all round and I am sure he will have an illustrious career.
3rd Hindle’s Spindlepoint Donovan at Ellisiana
Res Taylor’s Mastercut Jack Frost from Taybar
VHC Hughes’ Granasil Love Lace Loranka
Junior (10, 1)  
1st Rix’s Ricksbury Poldark
This youngster has blossomed into a very competitive exhibit in recent months. He presented a very crisp clean-cut outline in his rich well broken coat with nothing to offend the eye on an initial glance. On the first ‘go around’ he held it together holding a very neat balanced shape so gracefully on the move. On closer inspection on the table all was confirmed and I found him to be ideal size with correct substance, angles with level top line, spring of rib and correctly set and carried tail. Nicely balanced head that had good ratio of skull and correctly tapered muzzle proportions and a very gentle expression. Presented in lovely order; it was hard not to draw him in to my final four. I’m sure he will continue to delight many others.
2nd Bubb’s Jordanic Evanly Touch
A very difficult decision between two top class exhibits that will both to on to greater things. It was hard not to feel sentimental when assessing this quality boy in respect for his breeder who would have been so proud of him on his performance today. Hard to fault in terms of construction and breed type. I’m sure that most of his growth is behind him. He was so satisfying to go over with everything as it should be. Best of neck and shoulders, top line and set and carriage. Great bone and correct angles all through. Classic head of great proportions that is just as it should be for age with one of the best eyes in the entry. He put in a faultless performance with the attitude I was looking for. One to beat!
3rd Coole’s Jolainey Frederick
Res Wightman’s Ellemich Kouros at Kailyflee
VHC Barwell’s Charlottetown Action Man
Yearling (3, 0)  
1st Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
What a charmer and definitely one for the future. He filled my eye from the minute I saw him on first inspection. Just about the right amount of everything that is so typical of our lovely breed. His face is captivating with beautiful dark eyes that positively sparkle, well filled under the eyes and a muzzle that was plush yet tapered as per the standard. All topped off with correct ear placement. Very satisfying to go over as he was so well balanced; moderate neck into best of shoulders. Short back and couplings with level top line and super ribcage Beautiful angles front and rear which he used to advantage as he flowed elegantly in all directions. All that and a long, silky well broken coat and desired rich chestnut colour. I could not resist him and delighted to include him in my final four. I truly hope he continues to get the recognition he deserves.
2nd Fox-Shone’s Tamyse Theo avec Pamedna
An eye-catching boy who is cast from a larger mould. Very pretty head with large dark eyes imparting a super soft expression and well-set ears. Underneath his profuse coat is a well-made boy of good construction who was satisfying to go over. On the move, he was more difficult to assess as his abundance of coat can detract from his outline. However, when stood in repose and relaxed his honest proportions were more apparent. His happy easy-going nature was a pleasure to see as so many today just could not ignite that vital spark.
3rd Lee’s Kelrick Flapjack JW
Novice (7, 2)  
1st Bubb’s Jordanic Evanly Touch
(See 2nd Junior dog)
2nd Price’s Ouzlewell’s Likely Lad for Almonroyd
Had this prettiest of boys as my winner until 1 showed up for a second bite of the cherry! Such a nicely balanced exhibit with a lovely sized frame that placed him firmly in the Toy Spaniel category. Presented to perfection with a coat of the correct texture and rich chestnut markings. Captivated by his pretty yet still masculine head with wonderful expression from beautiful eyes. He used his ears to advantage at all of the right times. Lovely angles all through and a joy to go over on the table. Gave everything to his owner and put in a foot perfect performance. Unfortunate to meet 1 on this occasion but will have many better days ahead.
3rd Searle’s Lanola Santos at Stonepit
Res Latteck’s Lovetrac Fernando
VHC Mattock’s Pamedna George Harrison at Leybourne
Graduate (9, 2)  
1st Koster’s Harana Dean Martin
So typical of his kennel this young Black and Tan boy remined me of a young Alfie Boe. Not fully matured yet his head his very correct with beautiful large, dark round eyes and pleasing expression. He has such a crisp out line with the best of toplines and handled well on the table with everything in the right place. Moved accordingly in a positive manner in all directions. Straightest, silky coat in excellent condition and presented to absolute perfection. Beautiful rich tan markings topped it all off. Delightful temperament. Just needs time and should continue to make a name for himself.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
Another Pascavale star in the making. Such an attractive head piece that was very correct with nicely tapered muzzle and well filled under the best of eyes (imparting sweetest of expressions) and very well-set ears. Well broken and presented immaculately he made a lovely picture going around in a positive manner with lovely enthusiastic tail action evidencing his delightful temperament. A close call but no doubt destined for much greater things when fully matured.
3rd Korn’s Beaudale Secret Dream at Sandusk
Res Kynaston’s Granasil Vontrap
VHC Bell’s Chistabella Picasso ShCM
Post Graduate (10, 3)  
1st Ireland’s Charnell Hogan
Another who grew on me as the class progressed. A very well broken Blenheim who caught my eye with his lovely easy action going around. On closer inspection he has a good reach of neck with super top line, lovely angles front and rear and very positive movement both coming and going. Just the right amount of bone for his well put together frame. Classic head piece with lovely proportions and balance and a very dignified expression from super eyes. Richest of chestnut markings on a pearly white background. He warmed up as the time went on and just clinched the top spot.
2nd Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW
Ultra-worthy Black and tan who has always made an impression on me. Ideal for size and proportions with beautiful substance for his neat frame. Lovely construction with strong positive driving action and great reach in front. Captivating head with glorious eyes and expression so hard to achieve in this colour. Coat was well presented with rich tan highlights. Presented as a quality picture. Hair splitting decision. Will be heard of much more in the coming year.
3rd Royce’s Stonepit Jubilation at Rucazan
Res Latteck’s Clopsville Mario of Pascavale
VHC Hawes’ Miletree Centauri for Kersmere
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (8, 3)  
1st Bloice’s Scotlass Power Of Love JW ShCM
I’ve always liked this richly marked Blenheim boy who scores for size and type. Pretty head with lovely properties. Well balanced with correct ratio and proportions. Lovely endearing expression and well-placed ears. Another real Toy Spaniel yet the substance to make him an active sporting little dog. On previous occasions I’ve witnessed him holding back but today he was back to his former glory and put in a polished performance ahead of another attractive exhibit.
2nd Hobbs’ Beaconsfylde Catch The Kiss JW ShCM
This lovely richly marked Blenheim has come on so much of late. Loved his size with pleasing angles, good spring of rib and depth of chest. Classic head that still has more to go but with a very pleasing expression. Positive movement in all directions. Caught my eye in profile but such an honest dog to go over and does not disappoint. Nicely marked and in good coat. With time on his side he will give his owner many more good days.
3rd Ford’s Salegreen Periwinkle to Hiscli
Res Sinclair’s Waldor Missouri to Byflosin
VHC Royce’s Stonepit I Believe In Dance at Rucazan
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (5, 2) A disappointing class.
1st Royce’s Stonepit Jubilation at Rucazan
Generous headed tricolor of good type. Nice head proportions and pleasing expression with lovely well-set ears framing face. Good tan and well broken markings. Good size and substance and shape. Moved well with enthusiasm.
2nd Thomas’ Charlottetown Dylan Thomas of Pepyswood
Heavier marked tricolor with nice white collar. Classic head with bright tan. A little more fill under eye would have enhanced greatly. Good overall shape and handled well on table. Moved well and showed off a lovely temperament.
3rd Hedger’s Khatibi Hedger Betts on Alrewic
Special Mid Limit Ruby (6, 2)  
1st Korn’s Beaudale Secret Dream at Sandusk
Very elegant ruby boy so typical of his breeding with lovely rich colour and most appealing of heads Super eye & expression. Caught my eye immediately. Handled well on the table, being of an ideal size. Nicely balanced with short couplings. He looked good going around with an elegant easy action. Has lots of time on his side and the incoming year should see him reach his best.
2nd Tarabad’s Khatibi One InVermillion JW
Another nice one from this kennel. Just not the depth of colour of the winner. Pleasing head & expression, well balanced, in good coat, nice size and moved well. Happy temperament.
3rd Kynaston’s Granasil Golden Nugget
Res Mattock’s Pamedna Bristol Cream at Leybourne
Special Mid Limit B/T (4, 2)  
1st Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW
(See Post Graduate)
2nd Wilkinson’s Narayden The Bruse in Poppywood
Stronger in type this more masculine headed male did have a soft expression and good eyes. Sound in body with good depth of chest and well sprung ribs. Kept a level topline on the move which he did with great reach and drive. Showed well with endearing temperament. Just preferred the neater proportions of the winner.
Limit (6, 0)  
1st Waddington’s Spindlepoint President JW
A pleasure to have judged this handsome chap. Captivated by the ideal head proportions of this most lovely of boys. Everything in balance in his headpiece with correct ratio to complete a very satisfying picture. All topped off with the very best of eyes that imparted one of the softest expressions of the day. Ideal for size and substance he had just the correct amount of bone to reflect his frame. Sound in front and rear he made a lovely picture on the move. On the table I found a very sound structure with best of neck and shoulders leading into level topline. Carried himself with grace and elegance on the move with a well carried tail. Stood in a jacket of the richest chestnut and so well presented. Happy showman and won with a little to spare. Deserves to go far.
2nd Knight’s Carolus Don Santino JW ShCM
Another lovely boy who scored to adherence to the standard. Point for point he measured up and I was not surprised he has done the winning he has. Not exaggerated in any way. His Headpiece is classic with well-set ears, tapered muzzle, adequate fill and kind, round dark expressive eyes. Neat in body proportions with lovely unexaggerated angles all through. Level top line and well carried tail secured this deserved placing. Attractively marked and presented nicely. Well-schooled and showed off his good nature at all times. Will appeal to breed specialists and all-rounders who should always give him a second glance.
3rd Drewett’s Brymarden Honeycombe at Judyland
Res Long’s Arroline Infinity JW ShCM
VHC Leach’s Ouzelwell’s Leonardo
Open (5, 3)  
1st O’Brien’s Ch Valentyne The Irish Tenor
Our standard calls for 12 – 18 lbs. I found this charming boy to be both well balanced and well boned and certainly within these parameters. He has instant kerbside appeal with his well broken jacket of the richest chestnut (we don’t see enough of this) and will always get that second look. Ideal proportions that are so balanced – a rare find. On the first go around he locked my eye with his elegant, easy free flowing action and very much at one with his handler who he obviously adores. On the table I was struck by the neatness of his balanced outline. His head for me has just the right amount of everything in the correct ratio to make it arguably one of the best heads in the breed. Eyes of correct size and spacing to compliment the proportions and they impart a lustrous expression that it is hard not to be captivated by. Moderate neck with correct arch into super neck and shoulders and short level top line. From nose to tail nothing felt discordant to the touch with each part a seamless extension of what came before or led into. Super angles to the front with correct length of upper arm allowing him to reach out freely and a strong well angulated rear that powered his accurate movement around the ring at all times and made it an absolute joy to watch. Outgoing happy temperament added the essential animation that secured the top spot in the class. Not in his best coat today but there was absolutely nothing to hide and his fringings and furnishings were more that required to complete the most charming of memories of the day. A little treasure and an absolute pleasure to have judged this true Toy Spaniel. CC and with agreement of Co Judge BIS
2nd Aldous & Smith’s Ch Aranel Cassius
Another champion from the top drawer who was in many respects quite different to 1 yet ticked many of the boxes required. Delicious type that was real eye candy and a lesson for many! Most beautiful of heads with glorious eyes and absolute best of expressions that were among the best in the entry. Again, instant kerbside appeal with his superbly presented wealth of coat which was a shade lighter than 1. Going around he looked a picture enjoying his time in the ring. On the table his head was delightful with lovely balance and very correct and it is hard not to fall in love with him just by gazing in those eyes. Underneath the coat was a well balance toy spaniel of correct size and substance. Moved positively and gave a great account of himself in every direction. On this form he always be a contender. A close call in every way.
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (7, 0)  
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Out Of Reach JW
Another who falls very neatly into the true Toy Spaniel bracket. I find it very hard to strike that balance between ‘moderation required and type desired’ in our standard but these breeders have cracked it here. Not hard to see why this boy has won as consistently as he has with just the right amount of everything in the correct proportions. Simply could not be denied for his beautiful shape and perfect substance to match. So well-marked with the showiest of temperaments and very much at one with his owner: he made a big impression on the initial go around. So, satisfying to assess on the table; everything in the right place. Moderate in very way from his gently arched neck, good lay back of shoulder, depth of chest, well sprung ribs and short level back with his tail a prefect extension of the spine. Beautiful head of ideal proportions with well-placed ears which he used well at all times, beautiful eyes and melting expression. Very much at one with handler who got the best out of him to win over another deserving and accomplished champion. Shown in lovely coat and condition and a pleasure to award Reserve CC in stiff competition.
2nd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Cupid JW
Impressive quality male of a type I admire greatly. Another big winner deserving of all his accolades but unfortunately not the animation today that I know he has in spades. Ideal size and lovely bone. Impressive on the move and did so in all directions with well carried tail. Delightful to go over on table with everything just as it should be. Sweetest of head and beautiful eyes giving desired expression with correct fill under eyes. Carrying a wealth of well broken coat that was long and silky as required by the standard. I’m sure he will rise to the occasion in future outings and secure further top awards as he is so deserving.
3rd Homes’ Ch Leogem Renaissance JW
Res Koster’s Ch Harana Errol Brown JW
VHC Barwell’s Charlottetown Cecil

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Bitches Mrs J Barraclough (Juette)
First of all, I would like to thank the Midland CKCS Club for inviting me to judge at this Show. I had a wonderful day and two brilliant stewards who kept the judging flowing along. I have been out of action through ill health for a few years so all of these bitches were new to me. Thank you to all the exhibitors who presented their quality girls in pristine condition. They all deserve a prize but unfortunately there was not enough cards to go around. I am a conformation and movement person and I think this is paramount no matter which breed one judges. Today I was spoiled for choice. All my placings had excellent movement and with the size and shape I like completed the ideal picture. I was pleased with my final line up and am sure that places will change. Thank you to the exhibitors for being so gracious in accepting my decisions. The Exhibitors did not make things easy for me today. All their girls were quality right from the tip of their noses to the end of their tails.
Bitch CC Sidgwick’s Salegreen Peony for Paulian
Reserve CC Rix’s Ricksbury Royal Tapestry
Best Bitch Puppy Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Candy Crush
     
Veteran (3 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st Owen’s Narayden Diva Fever at Hansowens
What a smashing little Black and Tan. Gleaming coat which looked lovely against the green floor. With head up and proud she knew her stuff. Honoured and pleased to award her Best Veteran Bitch.
2nd Turner’s Shalot Indian Queen
Another Black and Tan girl enjoying her day out. She came up to what I was looking for but unfortunately had to settle for second today.
Minor Puppy (21, 4)  
1st Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Eternity
What a class. This little girl led a star line up. She stood four square. She was very pretty, head the right shape and size with lovely dark eyes and pigment. She moved with confidence and little effort enjoying her day out. If this is the standard breeders are achieving now the breed is in good hands.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s So Heavenly
Another lovely puppy. Large dark eyes and pigment. Lovely shaped head. Like the winner she moved well. Just splitting hairs today. Places will change on another day.
3rd Cunningham’s Verheyen Harriet
Res Mynott’s Pennygown In A Nutshell
VHC Bell’s Chistabella Only For You
Puppy (15, 5)  
1st Aldous & Smith’s Aranel Candy Crush
When I thought that things could not get any better in walked this little girl. She had attitude, holding up the prettiest of heads and a lovely arched neck and saying ‘Look at me’. I could not resist her charms. Confirmation and movement was spot on, beautiful coat well presented and was pleased to see her award her Best Puppy in Show.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s So Scrumptious
Very pretty blen. Large dark eyes and lovely pigment. Good arched neck. Moved with confidence. A good contender for the honours. Sadly, these girls had to meet today. They will change places many times.
3rd Long’s Arroline Euphoria
Res Hogan’s Stavonga Sasha
VHC Smith’s Beaudale Lilac Fairy
Junior (11, 5)  
1st McInally’s Braemarra Edina
Heavily marked blen. So rich in colour. Great condition. Very pretty head with all the attributes. Moved and showed herself off to her advantage. Pleased to award her the class and told afterward that this win sealed her JW. Well done.
2nd Mann’s Harana Bette Midler at Lyndabelle
Lovely head shape, dark eyes and pigment. Well broken markings, coat in good condition. Showed well.
3rd Surman’s Harana Siouxsue Sioux
Res Tyler’s Deranmar Hester with Janthow
VHC Ward’s Jordanic Evanly Mist
Yearling (10, 2)  
1st Sloan’s Melody Style Organi
Nicely marked blen, in good condition. Pretty head complete with the desired lozenge. Dark pigment and eyes. Enjoyed her day out.
2nd Hogan’s Miletree Ophelia at Stavonga JW
Well broken blen girl enjoying her day out. Pretty head. Lovely dark eyes and pigment. Shorter in body than 1. Places will change.
3rd Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Cherie Amour
Res Drewett’s Judyland Magical Daisy
VHC Jackson & Lindop’s Fortunamajor Time Turner
Novice (12, 7)  
1st Brewer & Moody’s Bowforte Talullah Belle
Smart little blen. Needs to body up a little but that will come. Good markings, pretty head. Showed well.
2nd Long’s Arroline Utopia
Well-marked blen. Pretty head. Nice body and shape. Needs to stretch out on the move.
3rd Glenn’s Korolevsky Rosichka at Lilorchard
Res Bubb’s Wandris Here Comes Alice
VHC Tyler’s Derenmar Hester with Janthow
Graduate (10, 3)  
1st McInally’s Braemarra Edina
Same as Junior.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Patrice
Very smart little girl. Lovely blen coat with good markings. Pretty head, large dark eyes and good pigment. Stylish mover.
3rd Ward’s Jordanic Evanly Mist
Res Glenn’s Shelpet Samara at Lilorchard
VHC Yeates’ Underknoll Amelia with Merryanna
Post Graduate (11, 4)  
1st Sidgwick’s Salegreen Peony for Paulian JW
This little girl ticked all my boxes and more. She has a neck to die for. Exquisite head. Large dark eyes and black pigment. She oozes quality from the tip of her nose to the last hair on her tail, asking for attention and she definitely got mine today. Set down in perfect condition. Gleaming coat, beautiful markings. I noticed her from coming into the ring and could not take my eyes off her. A well-deserved CC and Res Best in Show. Let’s hope the next two CC’s are not long in coming.
2nd Holbrook’s Vonnyisle Jezebel
Smaller blen. Pretty head, dark eyes and pigment, Good movement both ways.
3rd Coole’s Jolainey Whizadora
Res Franks’ Cathmead Maybe I’m Amazed
VHC Mynott’s Honeybet Just A Minute
Special Mid Limit Blenheim (8, 1)  
1st Rix’s Ricksbury Royal Tapestry
Another bitch I could not take my eyes off. She stood out in this class. Rich blen coat in excellent condition. Very pretty head with everything to match. She also demanded my attention and got it. Effortless when on the move and also ticked all my boxes. In my opinion another champion in the making. Pleasure to award her the Res Bitch CC.
2nd Rhodes’ Calonlan Virgo
Another nice blen. Compact and nice size. Never stopped wagging her tail.
3rd Price’s Almonroyd Dreams And Wishes
Res Lee’s Calonlan Perfect Kiss for Kelrick
VHC Tarabad’s Khatibi Rita Aura
Special Mid Limit Tricolour (7, 1)  
1st Hughes’ Loranka’s Turn The Magic On
Heavier marked tri with tan in all the right places. Very pretty and put down in excellent condition as are all from this breeder. Very pretty head and everything right with it. Movement spot on and when standing made a lovely outline.
2nd Eustace & Lovel’s Lovetrac Knickerbocker of Salegreen
Heavily marked tri. Deep white collar which emphasized her lovely neck. Nice head, darkest of eyes and pigment. Very graceful on move.
3rd Hobbs’ Carolus Felicitation at Beaconsfylde JW ShCM
Res Glenn’s Korolevsky Rosichka at Lilorchard
VHC Yeates’ Underknoll Amelia with Merryanna
Special Mid Limit Ruby (4, 2)  
1st Bailey’s Toyswood Fenellas Legacy for Aldoricka
Very rich colour. Good coat. Pretty head, dark eyes and good pigment. Lovely outline when standing. Good mover.
2nd Owen’s Narayden Golden Touch at Hansowens
Larger than 1. Profuse coat, good condition. Nice head, dark eyes and pigment. Moved OK.
Special Mid Limit B/T (3, 1)  
1st Spall & Clark’s Llapsttam’s Killer Queen
Nice size and shape. Good rich tan on raven black. Coat in good condition. Pretty head. Movement OK.
2nd Player’s Anickily Pandora
Very similar to 1. Lovely size and shape. Good coat. Nice head. Good on the move.
Limit (3, 1)  
1st Barrowclough’s Almonroyd Catch A Wish at Barrowlain
Heavily marked blen. Excellent condition. Short body. Lovely face framed with large full ears, very pretty. Nice outline.
2nd Surman’s Pennygown Madly Deeply for Vallender JW
Pretty head. Nice neck, Well broken coat in good condition. Wanted to play rather than walk.
Open (10, 4)  
1st Smith’s Crimbledale Jemima at Beaudale
Very pretty B/T. Beautiful coat in very good condition but a little short on her tail. Effortless movement. She liked to stride out and made a very good picture both standing and on the move.
2nd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Moments Like This JW
Stylish tri, Well broken markings, very good tan, lovely coat. Another very good mover. Stood four square with a good outline, large dark eyes and good pigment. Lovely ears. Very pretty girl.
3rd Sansom’s Ch Byermoor Princess
Res Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Touche JW
VHC Edwards’ Ch Magic Charm’s Witchy Woman to Delhaze
Special Open Bred By Exhibitor (2, 0)  
1st Inglis’ Ch Craigowl Keep In Touch
Heavier marked blen, rich colour and in good condition. Very pretty head. Large dark eyes and good pigment. Showed herself off to her advantage. Beautiful outline when on the move and when standing.
2nd Bubb’s Wandris Cute As A Button
Blen Girl. Nicely broken coat in good condition. Pretty head with large dark eyes and good pigment. Nice size and shape.

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