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Cairn Terrier Association Open Show, Mar 14th 2004

Judge Mr Phillip Horspool



Best in Show

Miss J E Hooton’s Penticharm Time To Party


Reserve Best in Show

Mr & Mrs B G Mears’ Stanedykes Tosca


Best Dog

Mrs R A Harrison & Mrs D Formosa’s Hyde Castle Flic-Flac For Carradine (Imp)


Best Puppy in Show

Mrs J G Parker Tucker’s Uniquecottage Glengettie


Results after pictures





More pictures after results

Veteran Dog or Bitch

  1. Ch & Am Ch Uniquecottage Bright Gold
  2. Kervaig Picador
  3. Correnie Small Hazel
  4. Ock Enchanted Shadow


Minor Puppy Dog

  1. Carradine Master Tigger
  2. Cairngold Coeur De Leon (NAF)
  3. Tweedisle That Special Man
  4. Retacy Melody King
  5. Ocedar Zephyr


Puppy Dog

  1. Clairevona Vibrant Knight
  2. Daddies Hero


Junior Dog

  1. Ock Ross I’m The Boss
  2. Carradine Master Guy For Luvemal
  3. Crowneast Limestone Lad
  4. Tweedisle Time Traveller


Maiden Dog

  1. Uniquecottage Chipmunk
  2. Maximal Don’t Stop The Music
  3. Daddies Hero


Novice Dog

  1. Ock Ross I’m The Boss
  2. Uniquecottage Chipmunk
  3. Carradine Master Guy For Luvemal
  4. Ocedar Zephyr


Post Graduate Dog

  1. Anjofra Bang on The Door
  2. Castleline Prince Harry
  3. Cairngold Sparticus
  4. Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens
  5. Glenmear Tempus Fugit


Limit Dog

  1. Hyde Castle Flic-Flac For Carradine (Imp)
  2. Glenmear Malfoy
  3. Ocedar Blue Moon


Open Dog

  1. Spawyche Elizabethian Jet
  2. Castleline Star Trooper
  3. Glenchess Black Tie
  4. Anjofra Golf Papa Lima
  5. Vanajam Amulet with Maxiveek


Special Beginners Dog

  1. Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens
  2. Ocedar Blue Moon

Minor Puppy Bitch

  1. Penticharm Deep Secret (NAF)
  2. Correnie Hi Lily (NAF)
  3. Curtisey Foreign Affair at Carradine
  4. Bencana Royal Sovereign
  5. Bencana Dark Mint


Puppy Bitch

  1. Uniquecottage Glengettie
  2. Tweslam Kalamazoo
  3. Nuvan Little Mo
  4. Castleline Constellation
  5. Clairevona Astranomical


Junior Bitch

  1. Penticharm Time To Party
  2. Glenchess Golden Wings
  3. Cairngold Cranberry
  4. Seveek Chasing Dreams
  5. Crowneast Sugar Babe


Maiden Bitch

  1. Maximal Fly Me To The Moon
  2. Crowneast Madam Butterfly


Novice Bitch

  1. Glenrood Magic Solitaire
  2. Seveek One Moment in Time with Maxiveek
  3. Glenmear Martine
  4. Anjofra Golf Sierra Quebec
  5. Skimmerton SilverTouch


Post Graduate Bitch

  1. Stanedykes Tosca
  2. Spawyche Dawn Chorus at Gyncairn
  3. Cairngold Cedar
  4. Glenchess Sugar Mouse
  5. Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl


Limit Bitch

  1. Clairevona Victorian Ice


Open Bitch

  1. Glenrood Forever Beauty
  2. Penticharm Burning Desire
  3. Spawyche Forever Amber at Carradine
  4. Glenchess Gold Myrtle
  5. Uniquecottage Gold Tilly


Special Beginners Bitch

  1. Ock Dark Truffles
  2. Glenmear Martine
  3. Shearwater High Jinks
  4. Ocedar Sweetie























(Photographs by Alan Firth)

With thanks to Norman Wall for loan of Camera


Veteran Dog/Bitch (8/4)

  1. Parker Tucker’s Ch Uniquecottage Bright Gold. Impressive red, quality head & expression, typical outline, moved well, steady showman.  Harsh coat.
  2. White’s Kervaig Picador.  9 and a half years wheaten male.  In good condition, pleasing head, dark eye, strong body & quarters, another enjoying his day out.
  3. Weinberger’s Correnie Small Hazel


Minor Puppy Dog (5)

  1. Ehrenberg’s Carradine Master Tigger.  A most promising wheaten/brindle, gave a good account of himself in the class.  Nicely proportioned for one so young, moved steadily, showed with enthusiasm.
  2. Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Coeur de Leon.  Copper/br, just 6 months, double coated, a smart puppy full of zest.  Good type, handled well, another promsing one.
  3. Peers’ Tweedisle That Special Man


Puppy Dog (4/2)

  1. Weedall’s Clairevona Vibrant Knight, smart red dog, good head, well placed ears, neck of fair reach.  Level topline, good quarters, full of character, handled & showed well.
  2. Norton’s Daddies Hero.  Silver brindle, extrovert showman, requires new coat to complete the picture.


Junior Dog (5/1)

  1. Fairweather’s Ock Ross I’m the Boss, nicely balanced wheaten/brindle, good neck & shoulders, correct topline, typical head & expression, harsh coat, moved steadily.  Given more time  I’m sure he will trouble the best.
  2. Bambridge’s Carradine Master Guy For Luvemal.  Red dog in good coat & condition, not quite the balance of the winner, attractive head.
  3. Tutchings’ Crowneast Limestone Lad


Maiden Dog (4/1)

  1. Parker Tucker’s Uniquecottage Chipmunk, wheaten brindle, only 11 months.  Scored in make & shape.  Nicely boned, in good condition although his coat was at the between stage.
  2. Bennett’s Maiximal Don’t Stop The Music.  Masculine dog, in good coat, well bodied, moved OK & showed well.
  3. Daddies Hero


Novice Dog (6/1)

  1. Ock Ross I’m The Boss
  2. Uniquecottage Chipmunk
  3. Carradine Master Guy For Luvemal


Post Graduate Dog (6/1)

  1. Confue’s Anjofra Bang On The Door.  A red dog not over done.  Good neck, shoulders & topline, harsh coat, moved true, steady showman.
  2. Thompson’s Castleline Prince Harry.  Nicely balanced wheaten/brindle, typical head & expression, moved well.  Lacked showmanship.
  3. Ramsden’s Cairngold Sparticus


Limit Dog (5/2)

  1. Harrison & Formosa’s Hydecastle Flic Flac For Carradine.  A red dog with quality, appealed for general make & shape.  Has substance but in no way coarse, good head & expression, good neck & shoulders, level topline, strong quarters.  Presented in good coat & condition, handled & showed well, moved with purpose.  Best Dog.  Unfortunately he was over exuberant in the challenge for BIS  which cost him the further award.
  2. Mears’ Glenmear Malfoy.  Another red, not dissimilar from the winner.  Impressive outline, needs new coat to give a more complete picture.
  3. Ough’s Ocedar Blue Moon


Open Dog (5)

  1. Shorter & Nuttall’s Spawyche Elizabethian Jet.  Dark brindle dog of good type, hard bitten expression, dark eye, well placed ears, good neck & shoulders, good front.  Level topline, liked his coat & condition.  A positive showman who moved with purpose.  RBB
  2. Thompson’s Castleline Star Trooper.  Honest type of dog, good bone & body, typical head & outlook.  Harsh coat, moved OK.
  3. Short’s Glenchess Black Tie


Special Beginners Dog (3/1)

  1. Waites’ Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens
  2. Ocedar Blue Moon


Minor Puppy Bitch (8/1)

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Deep Secret, pretty puppy, full of type, quality & charisma, moved & showed well for one so young.
  2. Weinberger’s Correnie Hi Lily.  Another wheaten, feminine in outline, co operated well with her handler, most promising.
  3. Harrison & Formosa’s Curtisey Foreign Affair at Carradine


Puppy Bitch (9/4)

  1. Parker Tucker’s Uniquecottage Glengettie.  Red brindle, a real eyecatcher, scores in make & shape, nicely proportioned outline, keen expression, movement & showmanship were of a high standard, good coat & condition, BPIS
  2. Osborn’s Tweslam Kalamazoo, another nice quality bitch, feminine head, good outline & body.
  3. Evans’ Nuvan Little Mo


Junior Bitch (12/1)

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Time to Party.  A most attractive, classy young bitch that oozed quality & type.  Liked her head & expression, balanced feminine outline, in good coat & presented to perfection, moved true.  Did everything that was asked.  Best Bitch & BIS, shall watch her career with great interest.
  2. Short’s Glenchess Golden Wings, another well balanced one with more than a touch of class, attractive head & expression, good make & shape, moved well.  Not the ring presence of the winner.
  3. Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Cranberry


Maiden Bitch (3/1)

  1. Bennett’s Maximal Fly Me To The Moon, wheaten brindle, honest in type & stance, correct coat, moved true, showed OK.
  2. Tutchings’ Crowneast Madam Butterfly.  Has all the essentials just disinterested in today’s proceedings.


Novice Bitch (9/4)

  1. Dolan’s Glenrood Magic Solitaire.  A well constructed grey brindle, wicked expression, full of animation, good coat & condition, moved & showed well, very promising.
  2. Keeves & Bennett’s Seveek One Moment in Time with Maxiveek.  Wheaten, pleasing in make & shape, typical head & expression, good topline & quarters, handled well.
  3. Soper’s Glenmear Martine


Post Graduate Bitch (17/4)

  1. Mears’ Stanedykes Tosca, a very shapely red brindle, one of quality, natural outline.  Classy head & expression, good front, fair spring of rib, clean neck & shoulders, very sound on the move, good harsh coat.  Overcame some stiff opposition not only to win this class but also in the challenge for Reserve Best Bitch, which she won as well as RBIS.
  2. Hughes’ Spawyche Dawn Chorus at Gyncairn, wheaten brindle, very smart & composed, balanced feminine outline, lovely head & expression, moved well, very assertive.
  3. Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Cedar


Limit Bitch (3/2)

  1. Weedall’s Clairevona Victorian Ice, copper brindle, feminine in profile, pleasing head & expression, good body shape, co operated well with her handler, moved well.


Open Bitch (6/1)

1.      Dolan’s Glenrood Forever Beauty,  a cream one that appealed with her clean outline and balance.  In good form.  Typical head & expression, moved well.

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Burning Desire, another with many fine attributes, love her type & quality.  Although well presented her coat was not at its best today.  Also moved well, showed with enthusiasm.
  2. Harrison & Formosa’s Spawyche Forever Amber at Carradine


Special Beginners Bitch (4)

  1. Fairweather’s Ock Dark Truffles, not dissimilar to her litter brother who won JD. Just needs to grow and gain more experience, moved true.
  2. Glenmear Martine, compact sort, nice head & expression, harsh coat
  3. Purvis’ Shearwater High Jinks


Philip Horspool (Judge)