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1st OCTOBER 2005

Judge; Liz Cartledge (Ryslip)



DCC &  BOB; Middlehurst’s Ch. Cannwood As If By Magic To Starveren JW

RDCC & RBIS; Karlsen’s Int Ch Kramer’s Nightrider JW

BCC & BOS; Catto’s  Birselaw I Got You Babe

RBCC; Templeton’s Ch. Larchlea Looks Like Heaven

BP; Roberts’ Cannwood  Camilla


DCC & BOB Ch. Cannwood As If By Magic To Starveren JW, Mary Middlehurst, Judge Liz Cartledge, Yvonne Catto & BCC Birselaw I Got You Babe

BP Cannwood Camilla





Best Veteran

More Pictures After Results

Minor Puppy Dog (2. 1a)
1st Shopland’s Cherrycrack Mack The Knife

Puppy Dog(4. 1a)
1st Dalzell’sLaganside The Red Barron
2nd Jeffrey’s Sandaig Shearer
3rd Keenan’s Shabanagh Lord Dudley

Junior Dog (3. 2a)
1st Firth & Jones Cairngold Cosmonaut

Maiden Dog (no entries)

Novice Dog(2. 1a)
1st Sandaig Shearer

Undergraduate Dog(3. 1a)
1st Frost’sPenticharm Black Jack
2nd Ocedar Zephyr

Graduate(3. 2a)
1st Dalzell’s Laganside Supertrooper

Post Graduate Dog (6. 2a)
1st Chambers & Thomas Cairngrove Red Rascal
2nd Smith’s Rocasovale Good Luck Charm
3rd Burton’s Minorcas Yours Truly
4th Ough’s Ocedar Blue Moon

Limit Dog(6. 2a)
1st Berrecloth’s Sybster Springtime
2nd Evan’s Birselaw Billy The Kid at Kapplegill
3rd Stepinson’s Twohoots Arthur
4th Treglown’s Cairngrae Phantom Menace

Open Dog (7)
1st Middlehurst’s Ch Cannwood As If By Magic to Starveren (CC and BIS )
2nd Karlson’s Int Multi Ch Kramer’s Night Rider (RCC)
3rd Shaw’s Honeyhall Helluvaguy
4th Short’s Glenchess Black Tie
5th Treglown’s Brenndarcy DangerMouse

Special Beginners(2)
1st Bradshaw’s Tweslam Magic Time
2nd Ough’s Ocedar Zephyr



Veteran Dog (3.1a)
1st Bradshaw’s Tweslam Magic Time
2nd Jennings Doonrae Virtuoso

Veteran Bitch(2)
1st Jeffrey’s Sandaig Silent Wings
2nd Cameron’s Kinkim Lisa Lumm at Stryveling

Special Vintage Dog or Bitch(6. 1a)
1st Rae’s Chrianbi Coxcomb Prominent
2nd Cameron’s Ch Pinetop Havana Of Stryveling
3rd Middlehurst’s Ch Starveren Chance a Glance
4th Berrecloth’s Sybster Star Of The East
5th Ough’s Stormy Weather

Minor Puppy Bitch(7.4a)
1st Robert’s Cannwood Camilla (Best Puppy)
2nd Shaw’s Honeyhall Head Over Heels
3rd Cameron’s Stryveling Isle of Taransay

Puppy Bitch(7.2a)
1st Hooton’s Penticharm Carribean Queen
2nd Marshall’s Kenmilfore Lady Marmarlade
3rd Deneland Catherine
4th Shabanagh Golden Amber
5th Uniquecottage Black I Susie

Junior Bitch (14. 3a)

1st Catto’s Birselaw I Got You Babe (CC)
2nd Mear’s Glenmear Marcuella
3rd Confue’s Anjofra Queen Of tarts
4th Firth & Jones Cairngold Collusion
5th Bristol’s Camasmor Cailin From Kenross

Maiden Bitch(5. 2a)
1st Stephen’s Sybster September Morn
2nd Dowling’s Black Rod Bo Peep
3rd Miller’s Cornton Caorach

Novice Bitch(9 )
1st Sybster September Morn
2nd Haukatsalo-Irving’s Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorppa
3rd Confue’s Anjofra Nine West
4th Evan’s Sarachelle Killick Wren Of Kapplegill
5th Ough’s Ocedar Willow The Wisp

Undergraduate Bitch((8. 1a)
1st Petts Cannwood Casta Spell at Doonrae
2nd Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorppa
3rd Rae’s Chrianbi Tangle Of The Isles
4th Hodgkin’s Birselaw Superstar via Russcot
5th Graham’s Kenmillto Sue

1st Hooton’s Penticharm Deep Secret
2nd Catto’s Birselaw It’s My Moment
3rd Dolan’s Glenrood Dusty Pipit
4th Berrrecloth’s Sybster Cutty Sark
5th Hauktsalo-Irving’s Copseleaze Here Is Me At Haukanmtorppa

Post Graduate Bitch(13. 3a)
1st Rae’s Chrianbi Sweet Perfume
2nd Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Ruby
3rd Stephinson’s Twohoots Cecilia
4th Bradshaw’s Newfield Heather Honey
5th Burton’s Minorcas Sure To Please

Limit Bitch(11. 3a)
1st Templeton’s Larchlea Remember Remember
2nd Dolan’s Glenrood Solitaire
3rd Hooton’s Penticharm Time To Party
4th Smith’s Rocasovale All That Jazz
5th Shopland’s Cherrycrack Chasing Aimee

Open Bitch (11. 4a)

1st Templeton’s Ch Larchlea Looks Like Heaven (RCC)
2nd Catto’s Birselaw Special Moment
3rd Hooton’s Penticharm Burning Desire
4th Waugh’s Ch Andrum Carrlotta
5th Pollock’s Ch Stanedykes Diva

Special Beginners Bitch(7)
1st Copseleaze Here Is Me At Haukantorppa
2nd Newfield Heather Honey
3rd Birselaw Starlet To Jancairn
4th Kenmillto Sue
5th Corton Ruadh

Thanks To the CTC for results 


Special Vintage Dog Or Bitch























Best Puppy Gets a Cuddle from The Judge


Photographs By Alan Firth

Cairn Terrier Club Championship Show Saturday 1 October 2005


The CTC held its 72nd Championship show at the Cochrane hall, Alva, Clackmannanshire with a first class entry of 151 from 130 dogs.  We were blessed with a glorious day and although judging took place inside, the warm, sunny atmosphere certainly prevailed in the hall very well!  Club shows are much more friendly and enjoyable events than the hectic all breeds championship shows where timing is everything.  I could not have wished for a better day; of course judging is a serious business but it is also meant to be an enjoyable pastime and I really hope the exhibitors and committee enjoyed the show as much as I did.


Cairn Terriers are “big personality” dogs and quite good at showing off!  This was obvious throughout the day where we had various degrees of “hi jinks” in the ring, somersaults and very high leaps in the air!  Some of the lower dog classes were a bit thin on the ground but LD and OD more than made up for this in quality.  The bitch classes were nearly all very good and I had some delightful puppies.


Having flown to Edinburgh I had chauffeur service to and from everywhere and my night’s stay in Tillycoultry with its lovely views was most acceptable.


Secretary Karen Evans and her committee must have worked very hard to make everything run like clockwork and I much appreciated a weekend of true Scottish hospitality.


Best in Show was Ch Cannwood As If By Magic To Starveren JW; RBIS Int & Multi Ch Kramer’s Night Rider; BOS Birselaw I Got You Babe; BO Cannwood Camilla, a daughter of BIS & B Veteran Chrianbi Coxcomb Prominent.


VD (3,1)

  1. Bradshaw’s Tweslam Magic Time, 7 years, very fit typy dog of good size, quality head, firm body, lovely jacket, moved OK but took himself rather seriously and could have been a little more animated.
  2. Jennings’ Doonrae Virtuoso, nearly 9 but I don’t think he knows that!  Very lively indeed but pulled on the lead so that movement was not easy to assess.  Harsh coat but rather a lot of it, tailset could be better. Attractive head, plenty of character.


VB (2)

  1. Jeffrey’s Sandaig Silent Wings, 8 and a half years, good coat, pleasing head, expressive eyes, well proportioned, eager showgirl.  Moved better than
  2. Cameron’s Kinkim Lisa Lumm of Stryveling, 9 and a half years, feminine outlook, showed with great enthusiasm, good coat, failed in hind movement.  Two rather portly ladies.


Vintage (6,1)

  1. Best Veteran, Rae’s Chriambi Coxcomb Prominent, 10 years plus, grey/brindle, in good form, excellent topline and quarters, weather resistant coat, no mistaking sex in head and general outlook, well set & carried tail, firm, fit body, focused showman.
  2. Cameron’s Ch Pinetop Havana of Stryveling, at 13 and a half years his front movement is no longer his best feature but he has kept a slim figure, typical head.  Bit deaf and probably not seeing too well but a game little chap, ready for anything.
  3. Middlehurst’s Ch Starveren Chance a Glance


MPD (2,1)

  1. Shopland’s Cherrycrack Mack The Knife, seven and a half months, showy puppy, on his toes but with a will of his own!  Clean and well presented, smart mover.  Head needs to develop and topline to settle.


PD (4,1)  Difficult class

  1. Dalzell’s Laganside The Red Barron, seven and a half months red, excellent coat, body & topline, keen expression, alert showman, well handled.
  2. Jeffrey’s Sandaig Shearer, eleven months quality puppy but not in best coat & he was a real hooligan today, refused to settle down standing or moving or could have won this class, attractive head, fit body.
  3. Keenan’s Shabanagh Lord Dudley


JD (3,2)

  1. Firth, Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Cosmonaut, excellent quality & type, I liked this 17 month old dog very much, by same sire as BIS winner.  Smart, keen looking youngster in good form, used his neck to best advantage standing, easy mover, well carried tail, pleasing head, sparkling, bright eyes, fit & well muscled.  Was in the last 3 for the challenge.


ND (2)

  1. S Shearer, still being the “wild child”


UGD (3,1)

  1. Frost’s Penticharm Black Jack, 18 months gr/br of good type, firm topline, well muscled quarters, keen eyes & expression, moved & showed quite well.
  2. Ough’s Ocedar Zephyr, 2 years, not in the mood to co-operate today & never settled down to move in an orderly fashion.  Harsh jacket, masculine head, needs a bit of schooling.


GD (3,2)

  1. Dalzell’s Laganside Super Trooper, same dam as the PD winner, 14 months, quality head, dark, expressive eyes, firm, fit body, well handled, good quarters.  Needs more reach in front movement.


PGD (6,2)

  1. Chambers & Thomas’ Cairngrove Red Rascal, red of nearly 2, most attractive head & expression, good outline, body & quarters, excellent jacket, brisk mover, steady showman, kept interested to the end.
  2. Smith’s Rocasovale Good Luck Charm, 2 years gr/br, assertive & very masculine, dark intelligent eyes, plenty of terrier spirit, well coated & bodied, up to size.
  3. Burton’s Minorcas Yours Truly


LD (6,2)  Good class, very even

  1. Berrecloth’s Sybster Spring Time, 2 and a half years, such a fit and agile dog, bouncing with good health & happiness, masculine head, lovely eyes, full of himself, good feet, well sprung ribs, level back, correct coat, moved soundly.  Up to size but a lovely cairn who tried so hard in the challenge.  On the last couple of laps around the ring he got a bit too happy with his tail.  Most appealing in every way.
  2. Evans’ Birselaw Billy The Kid of Kapplegill, 3 years gr/br, attractive head, broad skull, dark eyes, good outline & overall proportions, well set tail, gay, happy showman.  Not quite the free stride in movement of 1st.
  3. Stephinson’s Twohoots Arthur


OD (7)

  1. CC & BIS, Middlehurst’s Ch Cannwood As If By Magic to Starveren JW, coming up to 2 years.  I thought he was quite lovely, marvellous silhouette which he kept at all times, standing or moving.  Quality head, clean neck & shoulders, firmest of toplines, well knit body, correct tailset & carriage, sound active mover, plenty of character, intelligent showman, who could not stand wrongly.  Impressed me from start to finish.
  2. RCC, Karlsson’s Int & Multi Ch Kramer’s Night Rider, real eyecatcher & full of quality, never put a foot wrong, expertly handled by Liz Hooton who has the ability to “magic” everything out of her charges.  Three years, harsh jacket, dark points giving keen alert expression, excellent topline & quarters.  Polished performer, moved with precision.  Two top class Cairns.
  3. Shaw’s Honeyhall Helluvaguy


BD (2)

  1. Tweslam Magic Time
  2. Ocedar Zephyr


MPB (7,4)

  1. Best Puppy, Roberts’ Cannwood Camilla, 6 months dark brindle, absolutely irresistible with that wicked glint in her eyes, showed with style & composure – occasionally forgetting what she was supposed to do but that only added to her charm.  Pretty head, so coy & feminine, good topline, neckline & hindquarters, fluent mover.  Full of promise.
  2. Shaw’s Honeyhall Head over Heels, 8 months, very nice head & expression, natural showgirl, eager to please, well proportioned with good body, strong back end, moved well, front needs to tighten.
  3. Cameron’s Stryveling Isle of Taransdy


PB (14,2)

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Carribean Queen, 11 months, all quality & most typical of this kennel, dark knowing eyes, shaped body, firm topline, good coat, sound.
  2. Marshall’s Kenmilfore Lady Marmalade, nearly 12 months, attractive well constructed puppy in good form, well fitting jacket, neat head, keen & alert showgirl, moved well.  Close up
  3. Towers’ Deneland Catherine


JB (14,3)  Quite a class with plenty of choice

  1. CC Catto’s Birselaw I Got You Babe, accomplished showgirl who caught my eye as they went round, certainly did not disappoint at close quarters, typical head, bright eyed, well place shoulders, well sprung ribs, good feet, firm body & topline, well muscled quarters, free mover, no exaggerations, really had to pull out all the stops to beat the OB winner in the bitch challenge.  Just coming 18 months so has a bright future ahead.
  2. Mears’ Glenmear Marcuella, 13 months gr/br with lots to like, well proportioned with good topline, quality head, excellent type, well conditioned & coated, sensible showgirl, moved OK, well handled.
  3. Confue’s Anjofra Queen of Tarts


MB (5,2)

  1. Stephens’ Sybster September Morn, 12 months plus, easy winner her, moving a shade close behind but showing with animation and made the most of herself, appealing head, expressive eyes, weather resistant coat, firm & fit, well handled
  2. Dowling’s Black Rod Bo Peep, pretty yearling but not keen to use her tail.  Harsh jacket, feminine head, dark eyes.  Moved OK behind but a bit loose in front.  Needs to show with a bit more spirit
  3. Miller’s Cornton Cadrach


NB (9)

  1. Sybster September Morn
  2. Haukatsalo’s - Irving’s Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorppa, 2 years, full of confidence, good topline standing but did not quite hold it as firmly on the move.  Attractive head, expressive eyes, low set hocks, good feet.
  3. Confue’s Anjofra Nine West


UGB (8,1)

  1. Petts’ Cannwood Kasta Spell at Doonrae, feminine brindle in splendid form, very good size & type, excellent coat, body & proportions, fit & healthy, moved & showed well.  Litter sister to BIS
  2. Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorppa
  3. Rae’s Chrianbi Tangle of the Isles


GB (10,1)  Nice class of good quality

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Deep Secret, 2 years, feminine bitch, copybook showgirl, clean & well presented, quality head, has that air of importance, moved & showed well, good outline.  Sympathetically & most competently handled to look her best
  2. Catto’s Birselaw It’s My Moment, 19 months, typy bitch but not in her best bib and tucker today, pleasing head, wicked expression, moved well, good topline, well proportioned
  3. Dolan’s Glenrood Dusty Pipit


PGB (13,3)

  1. Rae’s Chrianbi Sweet Perfume, won a hot class, I liked this 4 years brindle, excellent coat, attractive head, keen bright eyes & expression, game & hardy, showed for all she was worth, moved Ok.  Had to work hard to beat
  2. Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Ruby, 2 years, good quality & type, quite a live wire, extrovert temperament, in good coat & form, feminine head, firm topline & quarters, well handled, a little loose in front.
  3. Stephinson’s Twohoots Cecilia


LB (11,3)

  1. Templeton’s Larchlea Remember Remember, not yet 2, well up to size this gr/br, but so fresh looking, healthy & sound, that I could not resist her.  Excellent harsh jacket, well sprung ribs, strong pads, good feet, intelligent showgirl who gave 100%, good tailset & carriage, free stride, broad skull, full of expression
  2. Dolan’s Glenrood magic Solitaire, 2 and three quarter years, smart bitch of good quality, pleasing head, dark eyes but panting & looking slightly worried.  Correct coat, firm body, topline & quarters, moved & showed OK but just did not seem completely relaxed in this hall
  3. Hooton’s Penticharm Time To Party


OB (11,4)  Super class which took me a bit of time to sort out

  1. RCC, Templeton’s Ch Larchlea Looks Like Heaven, good name for a lovely bitch & what an animated showgirl, half sister to the LB winner & more the size I like.  Excellent type, game & agile, lovely head, lively, keen expression, coat & conditioning just right, sturdy body, loved every moment of being in the ring.  Probably the closest decision of the day when she just lost out to the Junior Bitch in the challenge on tail carriage.
  2. Catto’s Birselaw Special Moment, this exhibitor was fielding an exceptional team of young talent & this one was no exception.  Classy bitch, well proportioned, good body, coat & quarters, quality head, keen expression, on her toes, willing showgirl responding well to her handler, went well as did
  3. Hooton’s Penticharm Burning Desire, completing a top class trio, followed by 2 more worthy champions so I really was spoilt for choice


BB (7)

  1. Haukatsalo – Irving’s Copseleaze Here’s Me At Haukantorppa, 2 years brindle, typy bitch, very sound & wokmanlike on the move, tended to get a bit bored standing.  Attractive head, well coated & bodied, good sort
  2. Bradshaw’s Newfield Heather Honey, Res in the good PGB class, good body & outline, moved OK
  3. Watts’ Birselaw Starlet to Jancairn, litter sister to BCC.


Liz Cartledge