THREE COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW
15th June 2005 - Cairn Terriers
Judge: Mr J E
DCC : BERRECLOTH'S SYBSTER SPRING TIME
RDCC: HARRISON & INETT'S HYDE CASTLE FLIC FLAC FOR CARRADINE imp
BCC & BOB: PARKER-TUCKER'S CH UNIQUECOTTAGE GLENGETTIE
RCC: CAMERON'S STRYVELING MEG MERRILEES
BP: BRAYBROOK'S CLOVERBROOK PLAY THE GAME
BCC & BOB Ch. Uniquecottage Glenettie
BCC & DCC
DCC & RDCC
RBCC & BCC
BPD & BPB
More pictures after results, critique after pictures
1st: : Tutchings' Crowneast Best Mate
1st: : Braybrook's Cloverbrook Play The Game
2nd: : Peers' Tweedisle Pathfinder
3rd: : Goldfinch's Anjofra Hobbs Among Kanawha
1st: : Firth & Jones' Cairngold Cosmonaut
2nd: : Thompson's Castleline Jackard
3rd: : Frost's Penticharm Black Jack
1st: : Berrecloth's Sybster Spring Time
2nd: : Peers' Tweedisle That Special Man
1st: : Harrison & Inett's Hyde Castle Flic Flac For Carradine Imp
2nd: : Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Chipmunk
3rd: : Birch's Kinkim Kernul
1st: : Leese's Cloverbrook Silver Rebel
2nd: : Short's Glenchess Black Tie
1st: : Towers' Deneland Catherine
2nd: : Radford's Skimmerton Touch Of Magic
3rd: : Peers' Tweedisle Solitaire
1st: : Bambridge's Carradine Creme Brulee For Luvemal
2nd: : Radford's Skimmerton Gold Dust
3rd: : Braybrook's Cloverbrook Attitude
1st: : Cameron's Stryveling Meg Merrilees
2nd: : Keeves' Seveek The Mystery Of Dreams
3rd: : Short's Glenchess Nightingale
1st: : Hooton's Penticharm Deep Secret
2nd: : Robinson’s Cruzo Bold Bretta
3rd: : Tutchings' Crowneast Sugar Babe
1st: : Shopland's Cherrycrack Chasing Aimee
2nd: : Peers' Tweedisle Gorgeous Geena
3rd: : Keeves' Seveek Chasing Dreams
1st: : Parker-Tucker's Ch Uniquecottage Glengettie
2nd: : Ward's Vanajam Piewaket
3rd: : Osborn's Tweslam Charlie's Angel
by Linda Firth, Alison Wragg and Anthony Osborn (and anyone else who happened
to be in close proximity to Linda!)
The weather was
far from ideal for the occasion, up to the middle of the day it was heavy
torrential rain for most of the time, hence judging was carried out inside the
marquee. The conditions then totally
changed, it turned quite warm and humid for the rest of the show. The ringside atmosphere was enterprising – I
thank the exhibitors for the sporting way in which they accepted my decisions.
My priorities are
for type, balance and quality; most of my winners reflected these virtues in varying
- Tutchings’ Crowneast Best Mate – full coated wheaten, very much a youngster
but coming on well, lovely expressive head with the desired dark eye,
correct bite, ideal body, balance & outline for age, moved soundly
& showed with confidence.
- Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Play the Game – very showy wheaten, liked his overall
conformation & balance, presenting a nice picture in profile. Scores in head, eye & ear, good
straight front, clean neck & shoulder, shapely quarters, free &
precise movement, shows much scope for the future, BP
- Peers’ Tweedisle Pathfinder, fits the requirements well at this stage. Not as mature & the strength in
head as 1 , should come with maturity.
Pleasing expression, correct medium proportions throughout, making
him well balanced.
- Goldfinch’s Anjofra Hobbs Among Kanawha
- Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Cosmonaut - a lot to like about this young
light/gr/brindle, alert, plenty of type, pleasing well furnished head with
the desired expression, nicely put together, well laid shoulders, good
topline & quarters, fluent and active in movement, very promising.
- Thompson’s Castleline Jackard – another one just out of puppy, wheaten, nice
head & expression, enhanced with a dark mask, good length of neck
flowing into well placed shoulders, ribs, balance & outline just right
for development, moved freely.
- Frost’s Penticharm Black Jack.
- Berrecloth’s Sybster Spring Time – quality gr/br in prime condition, very
assertive, conforms well to the standard, nicely angulated to the
forehand, excellent well furnished masculine head, good ear carriage, eye,
bite, neck & shoulders. Liked
his height to length ratio, strong quarters, covered the ground with ease,
an accomplished showman, CC.
- Peers’ Tweedisle That Special Man, standard r/br that balances out well, pleasing
head & expression with desired dark eye, nice weight of bone, good
forehand construction, legs & feet, moved & showed OK.
A really lovely
class to go over with very little dividing the placings.
- Harrison & Inett’s Hyde Castle Flic Flac for
Carradine, red of pleasing size
& type, liked his eye catching outline & balance, super masculine
head that fits the Standard in detail without any exaggerations, good eye
shape & colour, lovely expression, well turned quarters, once settled,
moved well, Res. CC.
- Parker Tucker’s Uniquecottage Chipmunk – very nice showy gr/br, well proportioned head
enhanced by well set ears & dark mask, nicely constructed in body,
correct angulation giving good balance, strong supple loin with sound
quarters, free movement with plenty of drive.
- Birch’s Kinkim Kernul
- Leese’s Cloverbrook Silver Rebel – dark gr/br in good coat, looking good in
outline, typically constructed head, good mouth, stop & eye, well
balanced forehand, straight front, very good neck & shoulders, medium
level back & well turned quarters, liked his movement fore & aft.
- Short’s Glenchess Black Tie, top sized wheaten, another one that could
really move, good front extension & purposeful hind action – resulting
in flowing movement with a steady topline. Scores in head, front, shoulders, ribs & balance. Responds well to handler.
MPB (7, 2a)
- Towers’ Denland Catherine, most attractive 7 months eye catching light
gr/br puppy, progressing along the right lines, totally feminine head,
neat well carried ears, dark eye, correct bite, lovely outline &
general balance, moves really well, delightful show personality.
- Radford’s Skimmerton Touch of Magic, another light gr/br of similar lines to
1. Still very much a pup,
expressive head, neat ears & pleasing front, needs to gain a little
more ring presence but I’m sure this will improve with experience.
- Peers’ Tweedisle Soilitaire
- Bambridge’s Carradine Crene Brulee for Luvemal – liked this light gr/br’s overall balance,
lovely feminine head, good topline & tailset, very showy, just out of
MPB qualification, a little erratic on the table but on the floor, moved
& showed very well.
- Radford’s Skimmerton Gold Dust – litter sister to 2nd in previous
class, very much on similar lines in make & shape, another with a will
of her own on the table but once on the floor this youngster moved &
showed with confidence.
- Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Attitude.
- Cameron’s Stryveling Meg Merrilees – most feminine bitch of considerable merit,
exquisite head of correct proportions, lovely expression enhanced by neat
well set ears & dark eye.
Liked her conformation, length & balanced outline. Plenty of strength in hindquarters,
moved & showed well, Res CC.
- Keeves’ Seveek The Mystery of Dreams – light gr/br, beautiful expressive head,
completely feminine with appealing expression, nicely constructed of
medium make & shape, good shoulder placement, rear angulation &
hocks, excels in hind movement, very close up to 1.
- Short’s Glenchess Nightingale
PGB (9, 2a)
- Hooton’s Penticharm Deep
Secret, wheaten/br, beautiful
type, nicely put together, ideal balance, attractive head with eye
catching expression, scores well in reach of neck, layback of shoulder,
rib & loin, well turned quarters, excellent ring presence &
showmanship, considered for Res CC.
- Ward’s Cruzo Bold Bretta, another of first rate type, very little to
separate thee two, both well balanced bitches, coat not in best order but
this is only in the short term.
Sound, moved freely with drive.
- Tutchings’ Crowneast Sugar
- Shopland’s Cherrycrack Chasing Aimee, cracking light gr/br, nice size in complete
balance, well animated. Lovely
shaped feminine head with dark points, ears used well, good front, compact
feet, good bone & substance, effective shapely quarters, used to
- Peers’ Tweedisle Gorgeous Geena – well proportioned & nicely balanced bitch
free of exaggerations, level topline, medium length of loin with pleasing
muscle tone, correct tail & rear angulation.
- Keeves’ Seveek Chasing Dreams
OB (6, 1a)
- Parker Tucker’s Ch Uniquecottage Glengettie – quality light r/br of type with substance
& showmanship. Lovely well
furnished expressive head, good front & tight feet, clean laid
shoulders, so well balanced, ribs adequately sprung with sufficient depth,
shapely quarters, hocks well let down.
Truly impresses with her fluency in movement which appears
effortless, CC & BOB
- Ward’s Vanajam Piewaket – another lovely example of the breed, very
similar to 1 in size, nice make & shape, attractive head but requires
a little more head furnishings to complete the picture, efficient well
constructed quarters, good freedom of movement
- Osborn’s Tweslam Charlie’s Angel
John Bunting (Judge)