CRUFTS
Championship Show – 5th March 2020
Best Of Breed – Ch Pascavale Haiden
Best Oppposite Sex – Ch Arroline Eclipse JW
Best Puppy – Pascavale Douglas
Best Veteran – Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM VW

Dog Results Bitch Results
Dogs Mrs K McMurray (Merryoth)
Having been around Cavaliers all my life and to have the opportunity to judge my breed at Crufts was a true honour and a day that will live long in my memory. Stepping onto the famous green carpet is something very special and I was conscious of the responsibility that was bestowed upon me as this is the show of shows and the eyes of the Cavalier world was watching.
Thank you to each exhibitor for bringing your dogs for my opinion and for taking the time and effort to be there at an uncertain time. There were some hair-splitting decisions and I found what I was looking for in each of my class winners and beyond. Thank you to the spectators and exhibitors for the sporting way you accepted my decisions, hearing applause round the ring is heartening for a judge and something that we should encourage more of at shows.
At the end of the day to be in the middle of the ring with my co-judge Sandra was an absolute pleasure and an honour and a privilege. We were both appreciative of each other’s exhibits that were sent through for all awards and I felt that all the boys and girls complimented. Hopefully all could see and appreciate that both Sandra and I were looking for a true Toy Spaniel.
To my two excellent stewards, Claire and Ian, who were efficient in their job, thank you for all your help and assistance and lastly to the Crufts Committee for the invite to judge at this special show.
Dog CC Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Haiden
Reserve CC Stahl, Arrowsmith & Vorderstrasse’s Keep On Loving You vom Kaninchengarten Germ Jun Ch Vdh
Best Puppy Dog Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Douglas
     
Veteran (12 Entries, 1 Absent)  
1st Maclaine’s Ch Lochbuie Cappuccino
This is Ruby boy that I have now judged at every part of his show career, as a puppy, an adult and now a veteran where each time he won his class plus a Res CC. He was presented in tip top condition today with a gorgeous and lustrous flat coat and without a hair out of place. When standing he presents a pleasing picture with a graceful outline and nicely arched neck and well-placed shoulders and excellent hind angulation. He has excellent pigmentation and flat skull with well placed ears. This boy for me comes into his own when he powers round the ring, head held high and presenting one of the best topline and tailsets in the entry today. A very worthy champion and I hope we continue to see him in many veteran classes to come as he is the template of what we want to achieve in this breed
2nd Gibb-Stuart’s Ch Chantismere Push My Button JW ShCM
This well-known blen dog was presented in lovely coat and condition and such a rich chestnut that lacks in many. Attractive headpiece with a well cushioned foreface and limpid dark melting eyes. Gently arched neck and good shoulder placement, he presents a nice outline standing and, on the move. He has such enthusiasm for being in the ring and is willing to please his owner. He strides out round the ring with that look at me attitude even though on the day he was feeling the heat of the hall. A dog who is worthy of all his wins.
3rd Rhodes’ Calonlan Will I Am
A blen boy who is a slightly smaller package than the winners but that doesn’t deter for his overall quality. Shown in lovely coat and condition with rich chestnut markings. He has a gentle but masculine expression with excellent earset, good overall bone and well sprung ribs. Moved out well at all times with a happy wagging tail.
Res Mangham’s Maibee Perfect Touch of Charnavale JW
VHC Sharman’s Wandris Beyond Belief
Minor Puppy (3, 0)  
1st Towse’s Miletree Roman
Self assured 7 month old blen boy who is at the right stage of his development. He has the most exquisite size and shape with an excellent neck and shoulders and a well bent stifle and let down hocks. Nice head and expression with beautiful dark nose and eye pigment. Ample coat of lovely soft texture and presented in excellent condition. Moved round the ring with drive and personality keeping a pleasing outline with level topline and tailset. He is an exciting prospect loved his attitude and personality, one with an exciting future and will watch his development with great interest.
2nd Mangham’s Brymarden Touch Of Gold of Charnavale
Blen boy who is a shade longer than the winner but still a quality puppy. Attractive head with well cushioned foreface and framed by well set ears and dense nose and eye pigment. Nicely arched neck and nice shape that he held both standing and on the move. Shown in good coat and condition.
3rd Biddle’s Hearthfriend Rory Red Socks
Rich coloured ruby boy who completed a nice quality class of babies, pleasing head, ample bone for his size, well arched neck and well placed shoulders. Moved steadily round the ring.
Puppy (10, 1)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Douglas
11 month old blen boy who put in a very self assured performance and was enjoying his time in the ring, presented to perfection with a profuse puppy coat that didn’t have a hair out of place. He has a wonderful gentle but masculine expression with a well cushioned foreface and excels in the darkest nose and eye pigment. Gently arched neck with excellent angulation both front and rear, good spring of ribs, a topline and tailset that you could balance a tray on! When he moved it was with an effortless action and driving from the rear. My notes say simply stunning and he is certainly one with an assured future and I was delighted to award him Best Puppy Dog and with agreement of my Co-judge Best Puppy in Breed. It wasn’t till afterwards that I found out he was the son of my CC winner, well done on breeding two boys who excel in overall breed type. He was on that was in my final consideration.
2nd Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Royal Male
Heavier marked tri boy who excels in his wonderful shape and construction. He has a pleasing head framed by well set ears dark nose and eye pigment. He has ample bone and is of an ideal size, nice arch of neck flowing into a level topline and tailset. He always moved with assurance round the ring and moving parallel, a promising puppy
3rd Lee’s Kelrick Flashback
A very raw blen who boy who has a lovely rich chestnut coat. He has excellent dark nose and eye pigment and a flat skull with good earset. Nicely arched neck, good shoulders and rear angulation. Moved steadily round the ring keeping a nice balanced outline.
Res Gibb-Stuart’s Tangledwood Furminator
VHC Firth’s Keycav Arthur Miller
Junior (20, 4)  
1st Wileman & Bott’s Granasil Trick Or Treat for Narvidar
16 month old Black and Tan boy who was shown in absolute gleaming condition. Exquisite headpiece with a gentle but masculine expression with a well cushioned foreface. Gently arched neck with a exquisite front assembly, short coupled body with a well sprung ribs. When standing he is so eager to please his owner and for me has a lovely balanced outline that is kept whilst he motors round the ring with plenty of drive from his hindquarters. This boy has personality in abundance and for me was one of the best wholecolours in the entry today. Given a few more months of maturity we will be knocking on the door for top honours and was one that I considered in the final line up.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Genova
A dog that I am not conscious of seeing before and is of lovely overall quality. Richly coloured blen boy shown in excellent coat and condition, nicely balanced outline that he kept at all times. Nice head with deep limpid eyes and dark nose pigment and nice ear placement. Moved round the ring with drive with a nice parallel action keeping a level topline and tailset at all times. Will look forward to seeing him at future shows as he is of such obvious quality.
3rd Galofre Cambreleng’s Lionheart De Los Ursidos Kodiak Ch Jr Esp
Well broken blen boy who was presented to perfection and was well handled by his owner, loved his proportions and well balanced outline keeping a level topline and tailset at all times. Loveliest of heads and expressions with a well cushioned foreface. Excellent front and rear angulation with a good spring of ribs. Moved with drive round the ring.
Res Rhodes’ Calonlan Hendricks
VHC Bartlett & Hitcham’s Granasil Garibaldi at Korolevsky
Yearling (17, 6)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Haiden
This 2 year old blen who is presented and handled to perfection and I can genuinely say that I haven’t seen him looking better, for me he is just coming into his own. He has the gentlest of Cavalier expressions with a well cushioned foreface and limpid dark nose and eye pigment, excellent earset and the desired almost flat skull. He has a well arched neck and he excels in front and rear angulation, ample bone and a nicely sprung ribs. When he stands he has a wonderful profile that standing four square and when he moves he has a free moving graceful action. The icing on the cake for me is his topline and tailset one the correct extension of the other and absolutely level. He is one of the nicest boys I have had the pleasure to judge and sent a shiver up my spine to see him standing happily wagging at one with his handler. Thank you for the opportunity to judge him and it was my pleasure to award him the CC and with compete agreement of my co-judge Best of Breed.
2nd Stahl, Arrowsmith & Vorderstrasse’s Keep On Loving You vom Kaninchengarten Germ Jun Ch Vdh
This exuberant richly marked blen is another one from the top drawer. Shown in absolute sparkling condition with a rich chestnut on a pearly white coat with hardly a hair out of place. Exquisite head and expression with large round dark eyes and exceptional pigment. He is an ideal size and shape with the correct amount of bone with lovely angles both front and back. He drives round the ring with enthusiasm keeping a stunning outline with a gently arched neck and level topline and tailset. I found him quite an impressive little dog that with ordinary luck should get his title. I was delighted to award him the Res CC in this quality entry and will watch his progress with interest.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Believe In Dreams
Pleasingly marked tri boy with good strong tan. Handsome head framed by well set ears, nicely arched neck, level topline and tailset. Excellent hind angulation with well let down hocks, moved round the ring well keeping a pleasing outline, another quality boy from this consistent kennel.
Res Grzesik’s Love My Tender Canis Satelles
VHC Renaud’s Ellenaud Oliver Twist
Undergraduate (17, 2)  
1st Cooles’ Jolainey Finlay
Compact blen boy who is a gorgeous overall size and shape. Pleasing head with well cushioned foreface and gentle expression framed by well set and feathered ears. Good balance and excellent spring of rib, lovely front and rear angulation and well let down hocks. He moved round the ring with drive keeping a level topline and tailset. A happy show dog who never stopped wagging.
2nd Kilcoyne’s Granasil Bourbon
Richly coloured ruby boy who was a shade larger than the winner. Stunning head with beautiful dark nose and eye pigment framed by well set ears. Nicely arched neck with good forechest and ample bone. Moved round the ring with ease keeping a lovely outline and balance.
3rd Watts’ Jamesbonny Master Lucus
Blen boy who has a lovely soft and gentle expression with a well cushioned foreface. Well marked and shown in excellent coat and condition. Presents a well balanced picture standing and drives round the ring using his excellent well muscled hind angulation.
Res Swanston’s Pamojill Arran
VHC Lee’s Kelrick The Irish Rover
Graduate (14, 1)  
1st Hughes’ Lorankas Imagine
Richly marked blen boy who was well coated and presented to perfection. Pleasing head and expression with excellent dark nose and eye pigment. He has a lovely arched neck flowing into a well-balanced body with a well developed forechest. Cobby body with an excellent spring of rib. Shoulders and rear angulation are excellent with well let down hocks. He moves round the ring with ease keeping a stunning outline and an exquisite topline and tailset. With a bit more maturity I am sure he will hit the high spots.
2nd Parsons’ Peakdowns Marcopolo at Anjomil JW
Heavier marked blen who has a well cushioned foreface and attractive headpiece. He was unplaced in the Yearling Class and he showed better in this class to gain a place. Nice overall outline with good angulation front and rear. Moved well both coming and going.
3rd Renaud’s Toraylac Kit Carson for Ellenaud
Heavier marked blen who is a lovely rich chestnut. Excellent dark nose and eye pigment, gently arching neck, good front and rear angulation which he used to advantage on the move. A happy boy who was giving it his all.
Res Homes’ Leogem Ravel
VHC Yeates’ Merryanna Easter Buddy JW
Post Graduate (14, 4)  
1st Bubb & Barrett’s Wandris Evanly Legacy JW
Well coated and nicely marked blen boy who has a lovely overall shape. Handsome and gentle expression with a well cushioned foreface and excellent dark nose and eye pigment. He is very nicely put together and presents a nice clean profile both standing and on the move. Well arched neck and excels in hind and rear angulation. Drives round the ring keeping a level topline and tailset, a quality boy who deserves a second look.
2nd Kynaston’s Granasil Vontrap JW ShCM
Black and tan boy who was shown in absolutely sparkling coat of lovely soft texture and condition. He has a masculine head and expression with excellent dark nose and eye pigment, flat skull with framed by well set ears. A lovely balance outline, gently arched neck good topline and tailset and moved well both coming and going.
3rd Nichol’s Chantismere Choir Boy
Compact richly marked blen who has a lovely happy disposition, well cushioned foreface and a gentle expression framed by well set ears. Well balanced with ample bone for his size and well let down hocks. Moved out well keeping a nice outline.
Res Leach’s Melrose Dalton (Imp Ger)
VHC Fraser’s Lewis’s Leonardo at Fraskye
Mid Limit (19, 2)  
1st Levy & Sedgwick’s Pascavale Kyle
I have often admired this dog from the ringside and he didn’t disappoint me when going over him today. Short coupled blen who was shown in excellent coat and condition with not a hair out of place. His headpiece is exquisite with a well cushioned foreface and a masculine but gentle expression framed by well set ears. He has limpid dark eyes and nose pigment. Loved his overall size and shape and he presents a lovely shape both standing and on the move. When he moves, he does so with his head held high striding round the ring with a look at me attitude, showing off his excellent reach of neck. Well handled to get the best out of this exhibit, he was in my final consideration for top honours.
2nd Rees’ Embeth Wishmaker
Profusely coated lightly marked blen boy who was presented to perfection. Excellent eye and nose pigment with a masculine head framed by well set and feathered ears. Well arched neck with lovely front and rear angulation. He strides out round the ring keeping an eyecatching outline that he holds whilst standing too with a gently wagging tail. Another one from the top drawer and I was splitting hairs with the winner and I am sure they will change places on other occasions.
3rd Towse’s Miletree Joseph
Short coupled blen boy who is a balanced size and shape. Lovely dark nose and eye pigment, well cushioned foreface and good ear placement. Ample bone for his size and good front and rear angulation. Moved around the ring with drive and purpose keeping an eye-catching outline with a level topline and tailset.
Res Charkiewicz’s Little Guns Agness Angels JW
VHC Wimberley & Newman’s Trishine’s Celestial Dream with Finjaro
Limit (11, 0)  
1st Raboin’s Bonitos Companeros Neptun
18 month old blen who scores for size and shape, Well coated and well broken markings. He showed with enthusiasm and had a very outgoing personality. Lovely headpiece that is gentle but yet masculine with a well cushioned foreface and framed by well set ears. He stands four square showing off a pleasing and clean cut outline with a gently arched neck and good front and rear angulation. Moved out well at all times using his well muscled hind quarters and excellent turn of stifle.
2nd Guvercin’s Verheyen Foxx at Glebeheath
Well coated richly marked blen boy who was presented to perfection. Well cushioned foreface and scores for excellent nose and eye pigment with large round dark eyes. He presents a clean cut outline both standing and on the move, excellent bone for his size and good front and rear angulation. He comes alive when on the move where he drives round the ring keeping a level topline and tailset.
3rd Taylor’s Mastercut Jack Frost from Taybar
Lightly marked blen who excels in reach of neck and shoulder placement. Attractive head pattern with dark nose and eye pigment, flat skull framed by well set and feathered ears. Level topline and tailset that was held at all times. He moved round the ring with grace and ease wagging at all times.
Res Nichol’s Chantismere Chamberlin
VHC Davies’ Salegreen Brecon
Open (19, 5)  
1st Moonen’s King For A Day Of An Excellent Choice NJK ‘18/JW ‘18/W’18/W’19
Blen who was shown in excellent coat and condition. An excellent head of lovely proportions with a gentle but masculine expression and a well cushioned foreface. Gently arched neck good shoulder placement and good hind angulation with well let down hocks. Well balanced with an excellent spring of rib he has a lovely outline when standing. He moved out with enthusiasm with drive from his hindquarters. An eyecatching boy that cannot be overlooked.
2nd Galofre Cambreleng Ch/Pt/Gib/Sp/Fr Ch Kamelot Knight De Los Ursidos Kodiak
A different type to the winner who is richly marked and built on clean lines presenting a lovely overall shape both standing and on the move. Pleasing head with a well cushioned foreface framed by well set ears nicely arched neck. Excellent front and rear angulation that he uses to advantage as he drives round the ring.
3rd Rix’s Ch Ricksbury Poldark JW
Honest blen who scores for his overall size and shape. Nice head and expression with good dense nose and eye pigment. Good bone for his size and excellent front and rear angulation, he drives round the ring keeping an eyecatching outline with a level topline and tailset.
Res Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi Bark Obama JW ShCEx
VHC Lovell’s Ch Pascavale Hudson at Lovetrac
Good Citizen Dog Scheme – Dog (16, 0)  
1st Kynaston’s Granasil Vontrap JW ShCM
See Post Graduate
2nd Parson’s Peakdowns Marcopolo at Anjomil JW
See Graduate
3rd Bell’s Chistabella Picasso ShCM
5 yr old blen dog who put his all into his showing. Attractive headpiece with a well cushioned foreface framed by well set ears. Ample neck and level topline and tailset. He excels on the move using his well muscled hind quarters to propel him round the ring keeping a well balanced outline.
Res Taylors’ Loranka’s So Amazed JW
VHC Rhodes’ Calonlan Hendricks

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Bitches Mrs S Ireland (Charnell)
After over 50 years in my beloved breed, to judge at this prestigious show was indeed a dream come true. My co judge and I both considered this to be a huge honour and privilege and were very mindful of our responsibility to the breed. I am immensely grateful to all the exhibitors who presented their dogs for my opinion and for the sporting manner with which they accepted my decisions. This is a very special show, like no other, the shop window for the world of Dogs. The importance of soundness and temperament is paramount. No two breeders will ever totally agree on everything but I hope that exhibitors could clearly see what I was looking for, a classic sound, elegant, moderate bitch who would project the wonderful happy, outgoing and carefree spirit of the Cavalier. I believe both Kirstie and I found that in our ultimate winners. Our final decisions were unanimous and we were so proud of our Best of Breed in the Toy Group. Even though he was unplaced he did us proud and was still wagging his tail at the end of a very long day. I would like to thank the Crufts Committee for giving me this honour, my two efficient stewards Merriol and Alan for keeping my ring running smoothly and finally to Kirstie for being the nicest co judge I could wish for.
Bitch CC Long’s Ch Arroline Eclipse JW
Reserve CC Moonen’s Mamma Mia Of An Excellent Choice NJK ‘19/BJS‘19
Best Puppy Bitch Cunningham’s Verheyen Kalinda
     
Veteran (13 Entries, 2 Absent) What a way to start the day with this lovely high quality class of delightful older ladies. I wish I’d had more cards!
1st Williams’ Sorata Barley Wine Sancana JW ShCM VW
11 year old ruby who has long been a favourite of mine. She is a perfect size with the prettiest of heads and beautiful eyes, large, dark and round as the standard requires. Neat compact shape and she still holds a great topline and tail carriage both standing and on the move. A little grey in the face and missing a few teeth but still keeping her rich ruby colouring. Moved beautifully and looked as if she was enjoying her day in the limelight. Best Veteran in Breed.
2nd Cunningham’s Ch Verheyen Laura
Well marked 11 year old Blenheim who excelled on the move keeping a lovely outline. Loved her gentle expression and large dark eyes. Her teeth would put many a youngster to shame! Long silky coat in wonderful condition.
3rd Whitman & Tarabad’s Denham Over The Moon (Imp USA)
Well balanced 8 year old B/T who I have admired many times from the ringside. I like her neat shape, good neck, topline and tail carriage. Attractive head with large dark eyes and kind expression.
Res Rees’ Ch Tusculana Carmella at Embeth
VHC Holbrook’s Marlhouse Natasha
Minor Puppy (4 Entries, 0 Absent)  
1st Claydon’s Brymarden Touch And Go
Very smart richly marked Blenheim baby who presented a neat outline. Excellent on the move and kept her good topline. Nice size with good bone, and coat coming along nicely. Lovely large eye and good earset.
2nd Hughes’ Loranka’s Secret Potion
Very feminine little B/T with the sweetest expression. Well made with good rib and bone for her size. Raven black with bright tan markings. Needs to tighten a little in front and still quite raw and leggy but with so much promise for the future. I liked her a lot.
3rd Coole’s Maibee Just A Dream
Well marked Blenheim. Completely different in type to one above. Good head shape with correct ear set and large eye. Good body and well sprung rib but lost her topline on the move.
Res Galloway’s Russmic Miss Liberty
Puppy (7, 2)  
1st Cunningham’s Verheyen Kalinda
Well broken little Blenheim. She had left most of her clothes at home which only accentuated her excellent construction. Pretty head with jet black nose pigmentation, large dark round eyes, correct ear set and sweet expression. Lovely neck and well laid shoulder, good topline and croup. Very attentive to her handler and moved with style keeping a lovely tail carriage. I was pleased to award her Best Puppy Bitch.
2nd Butler’s Tamyse Tiger Lily
Very pretty baby with the prettiest of heads and lovely eyes giving a gentle expression. Still quite raw and a bit leggy at the moment but is a perfect size and has a good length of neck, correct shoulder placement, level topline and good tail carriage. Straight silky coat of lovely quality. One to watch I think!
3rd Whitman & Tarabad’s Khatibi The Queen’s Peach
Richly coloured ruby. Nice size with well sprung rib and good bone. I liked her head and expression with large dark eyes and good pigment. Well put together and happy mover. Carrying a bit too much weight today which rather spoilt her outline.
Res Lee’s Kelrick One Kiss
VHC Snook’s Coralvalley Delight
Junior (28, 4)  
1st Moonen’s Mamma Mia Of An Excellent Choice NJK ‘19/BJS‘19
Very stylish well balanced Blenheim with a gorgeous head, the most beautiful large, round, dark eyes with well cushioned foreface and black nose pigment giving the most lovely soft expression. Excellent neck and shoulder, good croup and well set tail. She really motored around the ring, head held high and driving off well let down hocks and keeping a lovely topline and tail carriage. I was pleased to award her a well deserved Res CC in excellent company.
2nd Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Que Sera Sera
This lovely B/T girl caught my eye as soon as she entered the ring. Lovely head carried proudly on her arched neck. Short coupled with good front and rear angulation giving her a great outline. She looked super on the move keeping her good topline and croup. She reminded me very much of her illustrious sire with her easy free movement. Very unlucky to meet one above.
3rd Galofre Cambreleng’s Mist Of A Legend De Los Ursidos Kodiak Ch Jr Esp/Gib
Very feminine well broken, clearly marked Blenheim with the prettiest of heads, excellent pigmentation and dark eye. A little unsettled to start with but she regained her composure and looked a treat going around. Everything in proportion, well balanced and well made. Perfect for size and moved accurately keeping a good tail carriage.
Res Koster’s Harana La Boheme
VHC Waters & Bryson’s Sweetbriar Soprano JW
Yearling (19, 5)  
1st Long’s Ch Arroline Eclipse JW
Moderate! A word that is repeated throughout our breed standard and this little tricolour girl is the perfect example! Such a feminine head with correct flat skull, ears set high and fanning forward to frame her pretty face. Gorgeous large dark sparkling eyes, soft cushioning and well tapered muzzle giving her a gentle, yet alert expression. Elegant neck and well laid shoulder, level topline and correct tail carriage. Gleaming black straight silky coat covering a well ribbed body with rich tan points on clear white. On the move she looked a picture, never putting a foot wrong. Her constantly wagging tail epitomises the gay, happy temperament that is so important for our breed. Yes I would prefer more well broken markings, but these would be perfectly acceptable on a Blenheim and actually accentuate her elegant outline both standing and on the move. I loved her! Well deserved Bitch CC and BOS.
2nd Hogan’s Stavonga Wendy’s Song
Blenheim girl with a classic head. Lovely soft expression from large, dark, round eyes and good nose pigment. Well cushioned foreface and correct earset. Well balanced with good angles for and aft enabling her to move with drive. Super neck and shoulder with good topline, croup and tail set. Rich chestnut well broken markings on pearly white. Confident, happy mover who isn’t the easiest to handle. A high quality girl who will gain top honours in the future.
3rd Homes’ Kiss The Stars vom Kaninchengarten by Leogem (Imp Deu)
Petite, well balanced and perfectly marked tricolour with the prettiest head and melting expression. Large round soulful eyes, correct length of muzzle and good earset. Well made throughout with short back and well set tail. Profuse silky coat. Presented a nice outline on the move keeping a good head carriage.
Res Potter’s Toyswood Sophie
VHC Mynott’s Honeybet Hot N’ Naughty
Undergraduate (19, 4)  
1st Butler’s Tamyse Tickled Pink
Delightful well marked Blenheim who always looks as if she is trying very hard not to win her class, she is so busy looking to see what’s happening everywhere else! Feminine head with a very sweet expression, good pigmentation and tapered muzzle. Elegant in outline with arched neck and good angulation. Glamorous straight silky coat of pearly white and rich chestnut markings. Happy on the move keeping her good tail carriage.
2nd Watts’ Jamesbonny Rosebud
Neat, well made little Blenheim with good construction, firm body with well sprung rib and correct bone. Attractive head with good eye and nose pigment and well set ears. Balanced in outline and keeping a level tail and topline on the move. Rich well broken chestnut markings. Just needs a little more coat to complete the picture.
3rd Waterman’s Burleybeck Chardonnay
Well marked Blenheim with a lozenge. Good head shape with large dark eye giving a gentle expression. Ideal size with moderate neck, well laid shoulder and good topline.
Res Potter’s Toyswood Oh You Pretty Thing
VHC Barwell’s Charlottetown Chanel
Graduate (23, 6)  
1st Claydon’s Brymarden Breeze
Shapely well marked Blenheim who I have admired from the ringside. Ideal shape for me with elegant neck, level topline, good croup and tail set. Generous head with lovely eye and well cushioned foreface. She excels on the move keeping her excellent tail carriage, elbows well tucked in and driving from the rear. A quality bitch who should go right to the top. In my final cut.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Bewitched
Glamorous well broken little Blenheim in lovely coat and condition. Very feminine expression from large soulful eyes and good nose pigment. Well angulated front and rear and moved well keeping a good topline and tail.
3rd Brewer & Moody’s Charlottetown Gina Bea
Very well balanced nicely marked Blenheim with a gentle expression. Well made with good body and spring of rib. Very accurate on the move keeping a good topline and tail carriage.
Res Homes’ Leogem Myrtle
VHC Mangham’s Charnavale Perfect Angel
Post Graduate (13, 0)  
1st Claydon’s Brymarden Blush
Another quality Blenheim from this kennel and sister to the winner of the previous class. Much the same remarks apply. Very sound, precise mover with a correct head and kind gentle expression. So well balanced and kept a great topline both standing and on the move.
2nd Oxman’s Diva Deluxe Of An Excellent Choice for Ulverscroft (Imp Nld)
Glamorous Blenheim who was very stylish on the move. Presented a great outline with proud head carriage carried on elegant neck and well laid shoulder. Short coupled body with good front and rear angulation. Nice size and correct straight silky coat.
3rd Lewis’ Carleeto Satine
Feminine little B/T girl. Small and neat in shape with well made body, just the right amount of bone for her size and well sprung rib. Pretty head and expression with large dark eye. Bright rich tan markings on her straight silky raven black coat.
Res Taylor’s Vonnyisle Portia at Taybar
VHC Williams’ Anickily Anna Rose Sancana
Mid Limit (12, 2)  
1st Colavecchia’s Carolus Miss Elsie
Another who made the final cut, and so well deserved. Petite, glamorous little Blenheim lady with a wealth of flowing silky coat and lots of personality. She has the sweetest expression from large, dark, round lustrous eyes. Nice to go over with good neck and shoulder, topline and tail. Very much at one with her handler and moved gaily with a happy wagging tail. Every inch a Cavalier!
2nd Loades’ Rosirius Bluebell
I’ve always like this Blenheim girl with her calm gentle outlook. Very well balanced in shape with firm topline and good tail carriage. She has a lovely head with well cushioned foreface, large kind eyes and correct ear set.
3rd Sedgbeer’s Russmic Jasmine Rose
Well made richly coloured ruby girl. Elegant neck and shoulder. Short back and well angulated rear. Lovely head and expression. Rich ruby colouring. She just forgot to bring her ball gown!
Res Fox-Shone’s Pamedna Eternity JW
VHC Owen’s Hansowen Ebony Star
Limit (12, 2)  
1st Hazeltine’s Juzandia Morwenna
One of my favourite little girls. Well marked Blenheim. Perfect size with a spirit level topline, good croup and well balanced shape. Excellent neck and layback of shoulder, well made body with good rib and well turned stifles. Gorgeous large dark eyes giving a soulful expression. Moves like a dream with elbows well tucked in and hocks well let down. One of best rears in the ring! A gentle little lady who is so typical of this kennel. Well deserved her place in my final cut.
2nd Godwin’s Cavaliegh Jenna
Pretty well marked Blenheim with gentle, feminine head with lovely eyes and sweet expression. Well made all through with good spring of rib and attractive rich coloured markings on a straight silky coat. Kept her good tail and topline on the move.
3rd Grzesik’s Love Of My Live Canis Satelles
Well marked Blenheim who had good balance and was the correct size. Large eyes and well cushioned muzzle giving a gentle expression. Good construction so she moved well keeping a level topline. A little proud of her tail at times which spoilt her outline.
Res Owen’s Hansowens Rising Star
VHC Charkiewicz’s Natalka Love Me
Open (12, 3)  
1st Cunningham’s Verheyen Heike JW
Heavier marked Blenheim who excelled on the move. Classic head with large dark eyes and plenty of cushioning giving a gentle expression. Good neck and shoulder, well ribbed body and good bone. I don’t think I’ve ever seen this girl go better than she did today. Very free moving she just sailed around the ring keeping a great topline and lovely tail carriage. Selected in my final cut.
2nd Levy & Sedgwick’s Ch Pascavale Patrice
Blenheim with flashy markings and a great outline. Feminine head and expression, excellent neck and lay of shoulder, leading to firm topline, good croup and rear angulation. Kept her excellent tail carriage on the move.
3rd Hughes’ Loranka’s Beautiful Moments
As always a lovely quality tricolour bitch from this well known kennel. Small, compact little girl with a beautiful straight and silky coat. The prettiest of heads with large round eyes and a sweet expression. One who could never be overlooked.
Res Stahl, Arrowsmith & Vorderstrasse’s Hug Ch Delight For Me vom Kaninchengarten Ger Vdh Jun Ch
VHC Lovel’s Ch Lovetrac Boogie Wonderland
Good Citizen Dog Scheme – Bitch (8, 0)  
1st Player’s Anickily Pandora JW
Nice size profusely coated B/T. Small and compact with a pretty head and sweet expression. She can really move, keeping her firm level topline at all times.
2nd Colavecchia’s Carolus Miss Liberty
Larger Richly marked Blenheim with such a happy personality, it was sometimes hard to assess her shape and movement. Nice head type with large eye and kind expression. Good topline and tail.
3rd Dawson’s Luphenex Little Lady Katie
Well marked tricolour who was a nice size. Sweet head and expression, cushioned muzzle and good earset. Moved well.
Res Lee’s Kelrick One Kiss
VHC Fox’s Lewharle Izzadorable for Lynmily

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