Southern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Championship Show – 7th April 2018
Best In Show– Ch Leogem Renaissance JW
Reserve Best In Show – Pascavale Gino
Best Opposite Sex – Arroline Euphoria
Best Puppy – Verheyen Harriet
Best Veteran – Ch Harana Alfie Boe

BIS
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Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mr M Li (Avalcier)
Having had over 20 years of association with the Southern CKCS Club, being a member and involved with Southern Cavalier Welfare, I was honoured to judge their Championship show. The show being held in our dear friend Tom Boardman’s memory, made it even more special. Thank you to the Southern CKCS Club committee for the invitation and my able stewards, Eddie Bishop and Brian Traynor for keeping the ring running smoothly. I was very pleased with my line up of quality dogs and thank you to all the exhibitors for accepting my decisions sportingly.
Dog CC Homes’ Ch Leogem Renaissance JW
Reserve CC Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
Best Puppy Dog Koster’s Harana Jarvis Cocker
     
Minor Puppy (1 Entry, 0 Absent)  
1st Smith Canando Woody’s Boy
Standing alone, a tri who is still very much a baby. Beautifully marked, so hard to achieve in this colour, despite lacking tan on body. Head needs to develop but has large eyes on a clean face. Correct coat texture, well muscled and angulated hindquarters. Moved with a firm topline when settled.
Puppy (4, 0)  
1st Koster’s Harana Jarvis Cocker
Well made ruby, maturing well for his age. With the roundest of eyes and correctly placed earset, producing the most endearing expression. Quality coat and of rich colour. His strong hind movement shone out in this class. One with a bright future. BPD.
2nd Moger’s Underknoll River Dance at Gayhalo
A nicely marked tri with neat compact shape, short coupled and good width of chest. Head with dark pigment and should fill out in time. Lost out to the movement and expression of the winner.
3rd Webster’s Culverwood I Had A Dream
Res Smith’s Canando Woody's Boy
Junior (7, 1)  
1st Bayliss’ Castlewytch Red Admiral
An exciting blenheim youngster that stood out in the class for his breed type, size and construction. Gentle expression with dense pigment. His correct lay of shoulder with his short pasterns, front and rear angulation provided him with the means to produce reach and drive. Parallel movement to and fro with good tail carriage. Attentive at all times and short listed for top honours.
2nd Mynott’s Honeybet Heads Up
A lovely blenheim, well marked with a good length of neck, giving him an air of elegance and a pleasing profile. Attractive head with tapered muzzle. Nice size with good bone to match and moved well when settled.
3rd Taylor’s Mastercut Jack Frost from Taybar
Res Bubb & Barrett’s Wandris Leading Man
VHC Stansbury’s Cathmead Michael Roughan at Dooraclare
Yearling (3, 0)  
1st Bubb’s Jordanic Evanly Touch Wandris JW
Eye catching blenheim, well bodied and muscled. Handsome with good cushioning on his face and correct earset. Nicely balanced all round, well feathered and coated. Stands with a pleasing profile. Moved confidently with good tail carriage. His quality shone through, winning the class with ease.
2nd Hutchin’s Frondil’s Office Ed
A typey compact ruby of ideal size, clearly enjoying himself. Lovely round eyes, good width between his ears and set to frame a charming masculine expression. Good depth of chest with coat of correct texture and colour. Held a level topline on the move.
3rd Coles’ Twyforde Curiosity
Novice (7, 1)
1st Coole’s Jolainey Stanley
A striking and upstanding dog. A strong blenheim with good bone and well made all round. Moderate neck, accentuated by his white collar. Good length of filled well muzzle and correct stop. At one with handler, attentive and moved round the ring with ease.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Glory Days
Blenheim of ideal size, less mature than winner. Attractive head with a kind expression. Very nice to go over with a good structure but a little close in the rear. Showing a lot of promise, needs to relax on the move.
3rd Latteck’s Lovetrac Fernando
Res Bubb & Barrett’s Wandris Leading Man
VHC Coles’ Twyforde Juno
Special Graduate Blenheim (4, 0)  
1st Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
Confident exhibit with a lot of appeal and quality stamped over him. Perfect size for a toy spaniel, neat in shape, chest well developed with a profuse coat. Sweetest of heads, moved with a level topline and plenty of drive when settled. Not the easiest to handle but he did enough to be considered for top honours.
2nd Ford’s Salegreen Periwinkle to Hiscli
Brother to winner. One who should always demand a second glance. Less mature in body than winner, with a good crest of neck and length of featherings to pose a pleasing composed outline. Clean faced and attractive head. Not as animated on the stand as he was on the move.
3rd Thomas’ Bowfort Bertie Wooster of Pepyswood
Res Bloomfield’s Delhaze Skyfall with Oaklake
Special Graduate Tricolour (3, 0)  
1st Connor’s Gadeslain Perfect Gent
Self assured boy of nice size with a soft expression and good tan. Like his shape and make, good front quarters. His coat needed attention. Moved steadily with excellent head carriage.
2nd Lee’s Kelrick Flapjack JW
Well presented with a rich dark tan, tight lipline and classic head. Slightly longer cast than winner. Shapely body with good muscle tone and correct tail set. Moved and showed well, just not the topline of winner.
3rd Coles’ Twyforde Juno
Special Graduate B/T (4, 0)  
1st Koster’s Harana Dean Martin
The well proportioned shape of this boy caught my eye. Showed with a great temperament. Soft expression with a delightful head. Coat in tip top condition as can be expected from this kennel. Moved confidently covering the ground well and parallel forward and aft. Unsettled in the challenge with a different handler. A quality exhibit.
2nd Rhodes’ Calonlan Café Noir
Nice size and attractive in head, built on longer lines with good reach of neck. Well developed body, with a lower tailset but managed a good tail carriage on the move. A little unsure of his surroundings today.
3rd Rennard’s Deranmar Endeavour
Res Webster’s Featherfalls Secret Sunset
Special Graduate Ruby (4, 0)  
1st Hutchin’s Frondil’s Office Ed
(See 2nd in Yearling Dog.)
2nd Hughes’ Granasil Lovelace Loranka
Immature but well constructed. Compact, angulated stifle and good bone for his size. Richly coloured coat with featherings to come. Pleasing head with good ear set. Firm and level topline on the move. Inquisitive and easily distracted.
3rd Blackie & Knapp’s Cridensa Conrad
Res Morrison’s Lewisisle Highland Bracken
Veteran (6, 3)  
1st Koster’s Ch Harana Alfie Boe
Beautifully presented and having lost none of his sparkle, this worthy champion was giving the youngsters a lesson in showmanship. Lovely kind and gentle expression. Ideal size, well constructed with strong quarters. Still maintaining his enthusiasm and moved freely round the ring.
2nd Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
High quality exhibit, full of breed type. Greying round the edges without losing his delightful expression. Balanced in shape, well muscled and strikes a pleasing profile. Good angulation allowing flowing movement.
3rd Morrison’s Lewisisle Highland Hamish ShCM
Post Graduate (13, 2)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Tommy
A neat well constructed blenheim with an enchanting expression. Dense pigment with a well filled face. Good spring of ribs and in excellent condition. Showy, happy and self assured, moved with ease, keeping a pleasing profile. Short listed in the challenge.
2nd Coole’s Jolainey Frederick
Masculine headed blenheim, attractive in head marking with correct length of muzzle. Coat of good texture covering a well made body but would prefer a better lay of shoulders. Well schooled and liked his sound movement and tail carriage.
3rd Ford’s Salegreen Periwinkle to Hiscli
Res Lock & Thomas’ Korolevsky Luka
VHC Blackie & Knapp’s Cridensa Coltrane
Limit (10, 2)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Gino
Quality blenheim with text book markings. His presence makes him hard to ignore. Well filled foreface, kind expression with dense dark pigment. Carries the right amount of substance for his frame, his balanced outline forms a pleasing picture. Did not disappoint on the move; firmly, steadily and with ease in all directions. RCC and with the Referee’s decision, RBIS.
2nd Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW
Another quality exhibit with an appealing expression framed by his long ear featherings. Loved his size and type. A b/t who held his head proudly when standing with a profile to be admired. Moved positively, unlucky to meet the winner on form today but with so many virtues and perseverance, his day will come.
3rd Drewett’s Brymarden¬† Honeycombe at Judyland JW
Res Rhodes’ Calonlan Corona
VHC Mangham’s Castlewytch Perfection of Charnavale JW
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (4, 0)  
1st Homes’ Ch Leogem Renaissance JW
This eye catching glamourous blenheim is of excellent size and very well constructed. Shown in full coat, moderately boned with the perfect shape, crest of neck flowing into well laid shoulders. His showmanship was second to none. His gentle expression and type epitomises the breed. He comes into his own with his movement. A fluent stylish mover, true from all angles. Pleased to award him the CC and with the agreement of the Referee, BIS.
2nd Hughes’ Ch Loranka’s Cupid JW
Judged this blenheim as a youngster and good to see him make it to the top. A deserving champion. Body has now matured, solidly made with a well developed chest. As he did before, moved with a strong drive from behind. He still maintains an abundance of coat which can sometimes mask his outline.
3rd Blackie & Knapp’s Cridensa Coltrane
Res Morrison’s Lewisisle Highland Hamish ShCM
Open (4, 0)  
1st Sedgbeer’s Ch Castlewytch Rave On with Russmic
On inspection, with so many qualities, I can see why this blenheim has made it to the top. He has great appeal and confidence. Firm neck and body, well ribbed. His angulations both front and rear are good, enabling him to move round the ring with ease. Another one short listed for top honours.
2nd Koster & Abraham’s Multi Ch James Brown of Sevijean’s
A ruby with a striking outline that cannot be ignored. He gleamed with the shine on his beautiful richly coloured coat. Loved his size and profile, so well proportioned. Excellent pigment, black eye rims, just a little overdone in the head for me. Excelling on the move with a perfect topline and tail carriage.
3rd Long’s Arroline Infinity JW ShCM
Res Norris’ Cinderaic Are You Kidding Criscan

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Bitches Mr P Webber (Montcolly)
Many thanks to the committee for inviting me, my stewards who kept me in order and to the exhibitors for entering under me.
It was a privilege to be Judging at this show where the Late Tom Boardman was being remembered and honoured. So much so with the approval of the committee I decided to line up my winners so Joyce had a good view of the line up from her vantage point.
I was surprised and delighted that my beautiful elegant feminine Certificate, Reserve Certificate and BP winners were all sired by the same stud dog. It is indeed the mark of a good sire that he can stamp his type on lots of different lines. Long may he keep producing as he may just be the saviour of the breed. I was looking as always for elegant moderate Cavaliers that conformed to the standard and not today’s modern over coated, over angulated, over exaggerated type that a lot seem to favour. As I was driving home from the show a thought came to me and that is this ....
it’s no wonder the Cavaliers seldom win high honours at General Championship show level these days, because if the group judges who are mostly all rounder’s are judging to the standard it’s no wonder we don’t get very far because the exhibits we are sending to the groups bear very little resemblance to the written standard that they are judging to and to follow this thought to its end conclusion when the new KC Judging rules come in to being and there may be fewer single breed judges at all the shows so we are going to be in a right pickle.
To those few of you that are still breeding to the standard please don’t give up or all will be lost and you never know if we do get more judges using the standard to judge by, your time could be nigh.
Bitch CC Long’s Arroline Euphoria
Reserve CC Rees’ Embeth Bonny Boat JW
Best Puppy Bitch Cunningham’s Verheyen Harriet
     
Minor Puppy (9 Entries, 2 Absent)  
1st Sedgbeer’s Russmic Jasmine Rose
Petit richly coated Ruby still very much a baby just as you would expect in Minor puppy. Moved sound as a pound.
2nd Holbrook’s Vonnyisle Ice Princess
Blenheim of slightly larger frame than 1 but very elegant. This happy girl was well marked, an elegant feminine head with attractive eyes. Moved positively for a baby.
3rd Fisk’s Rebhann Mona Lott
Res Fisk’s Rebhann Ivanna Tinkle
VHC Williams’ Anickily Anna Rose Sancana
Puppy (11, 2)  
1st Cunningham’s Verheyen Harriet
This Blenheim girl caught my eye on first inspection and was instantly the one to beat. A Lovely moderate make and shape with expressive eyes, broad skull and well cushioned muzzle.
She has many qualities and one in particular that is missing in so many these days, a spring of rib and with it comes a lovely fore chest with plenty of heart room. On from her spring of rib is a short coupling and lovely hind angulation which set off her profile perfectly. Her richly marked coat was a lovely silky texture of which there were few on the day. With agreement of the Dog judge BP in show. And very well deserved too.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Beautiful Moments
This tri girl also caught my eye and pushed 1 hard.
Well made and soundly put together with the most expressive eyes and rich tan markings that complemented her expression. She only lost out as 1 was a little more mature and steady. This little star was so happy on the day that sometimes she lost a little concentration but when she did get it together she covered the ring with ease another one I shall be watching with interest.
3rd Watts’ Culverwood Belle Star from Jamesbonny
Res Rhodes’ Calonlan Lavender Blue
VHC Hughes’ Evydal Jonquil
Junior (16, 2)  
1st Long’s Arroline Euphoria
Blen of quality and seldom seen elegance these days both in head and body.
This young lady is definitely moderate in all areas. Most importantly for me the correct headpiece with shallow stop and tapered muzzle with the desired and required large dark lustrous eyes framed by long ear leathers gave me my perfect interpretation of the breed standard and when I look through the Champions book to the Golden days of Cavaliers I see resemblances to many of our lovely champions of the past. The whole picture was complimented by a well marked jacket of the correct texture and put down as always to perfection. She easily covered the ring driving off from a sound rear end and I was very happy to award her First Challenge Certificate and disappointed that she didn’t go further but it was clear that both my co judge and referee had a completely different interpretations of the breed standard to my own and were never going to agree with me. In my opinion the bitch is much nearer our breeds standard than either of her competitors for BIS and RBIS.
2nd King-Smith’s Ispahan Sister Midnight
Another Blenheim of quality and I see sired by the same prepotent sire. Typical classic Cavalier shape with lovely large dark expressive eyes. I also liked this girl a lot and she only lost out to 1 on slightly less maturity and in truth both exhibits aren’t quite finished yet which is to their advantage. Another positive mover that drove off from a sound rear end.
3rd Ireland’s Glebeheath Jezebel at Charnell
Res Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Eternity
VHC Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Amber Lynne
Yearling (4, 3)  
1st Coles’ Twyforde Kharis
Another 1 with lovely expressive eyes, this happy Blenheim of the correct size and shape moved around with gusto. Well done.
Novice (11, 0)  
1st Maclaine’s Lochbuie Taken For Granted
A classic BT that stole my heart. I’m sure her owner called her Twiggy and I’m sure she will indeed mature to be a super model. Definitely one I would have gladly taken home. Lovely inquisitive expression with dark eyes and correct length of muzzle, well put together and moved soundly if not a little apprehensively but she is still a youngster. As immature as she was she was still a contender for my res CC as I loved her style.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s So Scrumptious
Well proportioned Blen with the most expressive eyes. Short coupled making a very neat outline, moved steadily but needs a bit more confidence which she obviously will get as she matures. Her Blenheim marking were one of the richest on the day. Her correct moderate amount of coat was showing off her outline to its best advantage.
3rd Rhodes’ Calonlan Pretty In Pink
Res Cunningham’s Verheyen Heike
VHC Drewett’s Judyland Magical Daisy
Special Graduate Blenheim (2, 0)  
1st Homes’ Leogem Aliona
Neat elegant lady of good proportions producing a lovely typical outline. Her length of leg to back ratio is just what I was looking for. Although this was a small class I’m sure she would have beaten many others entered on the day as she scored highly with me for make and shape. She fitted in perfectly with my final line up. Expressive dark eye that welcomes closer attention, elegant neck, short coupled body and well turned stifle produced sound movement. At one with her owner.
2nd Cragg’s Loranka’s High Class Lady with Aureus
This pretty headed girl was short coupled with a lovely spring of rib and just right for size. Her profusely coated body wasn’t hiding anything. I preferred the eyes on my class winner.
Special Graduate Tricolour (7, 2)  
1st Yeates’ Underknoll Amelia with Merryanna
Beautifully marked and sound as a pound. Just right for shape and make another with the required amount of spring of rib, tan marking in all the right places complemented the picture. Wasn’t quite as positive behind but non the less a lovely girl. I was disappointed she was beaten in another class as she would have looked lovely in my final line up.
2nd Stark’s Tayfern Lark Ascending
This compact 8 and a half year old was still showing like a trouper. Lovely expressive eyes with a neat nose set in an elegant head piece.Good tan everywhere it should be, with coat of the correct texture. Moved well.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Beautiful Moments
Res Newell’s Corbieanne Charlotte’s Girl
VHC Cornelius’ Corsham’s Giselle
Special Graduate B/T (3, 0)  
1st Turner’s Shalot Indian Queen
Another 8 and half year old her condition belying her age. Her tan marking in all the right places gave her a lovely soft expression. Good coat well presented. Obviously enjoying her day as she moved with great gusto.
2nd Tyler’s Gadeslain Margarita with Janthow
I preferred the outline of this girl but I feel if her tan had been richer and lighter it would have given her a softer expression. She moved positively around the ring and showed well.
3rd Morrison’s Lewisisle Highland Betsy
Special Graduate Ruby (4, 0)  
1st Hall’s Granasil Golden Mitzy
Good pigment and a lovely expressive eye with a flat scull all helped with the overall picture of this girl. Although completely out of coat her outline from her neck to her neat turn of stifle made a lovely outline.
2nd Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Amber Lynne
A smaller version of 1. Expressive inquisitive eyes set in a soft head with good pigment. Still a lively youngster with lots of promise another one that made me smile. So nice to see such happy animated exhibits from this kennel.
3rd Tyler’s Deranmar Hester with Janthow
Res Lewis’ Carleeto Nikita
Veteran (10, 1)  
1st Rees’ Ch Tusculana Carmella at Embeth
Tricolour Champion who was a mere baby at 8 years old in this class but still full of life. She covered the ring easily. Soft expression, enviable pigment and rich tan in all the right places and a respectable jacket in good condition. Well done.
2nd Connor’s Gadeslain Mystic Star
BT golden oldie. It was such a pity these 2 had to meet today, had it have been an oldest past the post competition at nearly 15 she would have won hands down. Her eyes and tan markings were still as bright as ever and she clipped round the ring as if she was still 3. Though not a full set of teeth the ones she had got were pearly white and we all know how much work that takes. Well done to her owner for keeping her in such good condition.
3rd Surman’s Ch Cavaliegh Jaida with Vallender JW
Res Turner’s Shalot Indian Queen
VHC Pipkin’s Ryanmil Magic Flute
Post Graduate (19, 3)  
1st Pipkin’s Salegreen My Delphinium for Ryanmill
Eye catching Blenheim of quality. Lovely for make and shape and steady on the move. My eye kept returning to her, she had a beautiful silky coat that was a good rich colour and well marked of perfect moderate amount. This girl is just coming in to her own. An exciting balanced exhibit.
2nd Rennard’s Deranmar Evensong
B/T with the most melting of eyes. A broad muzzle that wasn’t too short and lovely bright tan marking complemented the picture. In profile her hind angulation was spot on. I just preferred the outline and type of 1.
3rd Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Patrice
Res Eustace & Lovel’s Lovetrac Knickerbocker of Salegreen
VHC Holbrook’s Vonnyisle Jezebel
Limit (11, 2)  
1st Butler’s Tamyse Toot Sweet
A Blenheim of quality, beautifully marked with just the right amount of coat Presented to perfection. Lovely size and shape another one that covered the ring with ease.
2nd Maclaine’s Pennygown Ticket to Ride
Another from this Kennel that I could have easily taken home. Lovely elegant Blenheim that conforms to my interpretation of the standard. Lovely moderate head and expressive eyes, perfect body size with good bone, spot on lay of shoulder gave her a lovely head carriage. She moved with gusto obviously enjoying her day. Very close up to 1. I was genuinely splitting hairs.
3rd Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Cherie Amour
Res Surman’s Pennygown Madly Deeply Vallender
VHC Williams & Boardman’s Jonsville Crystella Sancana JW ShCM
Special Open Bred by Exhibitor (5, 0)  
1st Rees’ Embeth Bonny Boat JW
I have long admired this super smart Tri Colour, she has such a lovely demeanour. Elegant head piece with expressive large enough eyes for head size. Moved with style and drives off positively from a well muscled rear end. A little more coat would finish her off to perfection. Tricolours always have to have that extra 10% more of everything to get themselves noticed. Well deserved Res Certificate.
2nd Maclaine’s Lochbuie Reddy For Anything
Short coupled Ruby of good colour and neat out line with good rear angulation, inquisitive expression that made me smile. A little more coat would help greatly.
3rd Long’s Arroline Phoenix
Res Loades’ Rosirius Clover
VHC Turner’s Shalot Esther
Open (5, 0)  
1st Edwards’ Ch Magic Charm’'s Witchie Woman to Delhaze
A Blenheim champion that oozes quality. She has a perfectly proportioned head with skull, eye size and set, muzzle length, and under eye padding all spot on. Her body size and shape is all in proportion. I’m sure she will have more Certificates to come.
2nd Bayliss’ Castlewytch Touch Of Class
This Blenheim is also from the top draw. Balanced shape and make, so well constructed with a lovely lay back of shoulder and good rear angulation. Her coat, head and eyes all score full marks. So balanced in out line. Moved positively. My notes say moderate all over and that sums her up perfectly. I liked her lot.
3rd Vella’s Cinderaic Taboo
Res Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Rita Aura
VHC Bubb’s Wandris Cute As A Button

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