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Cairn Terrier Association Championship Show

18th November 2006

Bob Croyman (Croyanda)


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

RDCC; Hooton’s Penticharm Prince Charming

BCC; RBIS & BOS; Templeton’s Ch. Larchlea Remember Remember

RBCC; Osborn’s Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Bizzy

BPIS; Hooton’s Penticharm Party Knight

Best Veteran; Hooton’s Penticharm The Dark Lady


Mary Middlehurst, DCC & BIS,Ch. Cannwood As If By Magic To Starveren JW, Judge Bob Croyman, Carole Templeton & BCC, RBIS ,BOS, Ch. Larchlea Remember Remember

Liz Hooton & BPIS Penticharm Party Knight




VD/B (8,3a)

  1. Hooton’s Ch The Penticharm Dark Lady
  2. Hughes’ Penticharm Silver Dawn
  3. Warne’s Tribannon Crystal Blue

Res. Petts’ Doonrae Dragoon

VHC. CH Kinkim Prinz Ludy


MPD (11,4a)

  1. Catto’s Birslelaw Day Dream Believer
  2. Stephinson’s Twohoots Barnabas
  3. Roberts’ Cannwood Just Remember N.A.F.

Res. Evans’ Kapplegill No Quarter

VHC. Confue’s Anjofra Mucky Boots


PD (7,1a)

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Party Knight
  2. Saich’s Kiatia Masquerade
  3. Waugh’s Tribannon Warlord

Res  Confue’s Anjofra Mucky Boots

VHC Peers’ Tweedisle A Special Magic


JD (5)

  1. Firth’s Cairngold Jackpot
  2. Grainger’s Devil In Disguise
  3. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy  Spellbinder

Res. Saich’s Lindcoly High Flyer

VHC. Peers’ Tweedisle That Special Man


MD (4,2a)

  1. Saich’s Kiataia Masquerade
  2. Peers’ Tweedisle Trouble Maker


ND (2)

  1. Peers’ Tweedisle That Special Son
  2. Saich’s Lindcoly Golden Legend


UGD  (8,1a)

1.      Hughes’ Gyncairn Rock N Roll

2.      Peers’ Tweedisle Sweet Talking Guy

3.      Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Sundance Kid

Res Parker-Tucker’s Uniquecottage Sooty Bear

VHC Frost’s Penticharm Black Jack


GD (2)

  1. Copseleaze Corn Cracker
  2. Ough’s Ocedor Zephyr


PGD (8,3a)

  1. Hooton’s Penticharm Prince Charming
  2. Birch’s Kinkim Kernul
  3. Saich’s Lindcoly Just Bud

Res. Thompson’s Castleline Jackard

VHC. Warne’s Royal Silver


LD (7,2a)

  1. Poiles’ Kedvaiy Harlequin
  2. Brown’s Cruzo Gold Charmer 
  3. Smith’s Rocasovale Good Luck Charm

Res. Saich’s Hector Of The Glen

VHC. Chambers & Thompson’s Cairngrove Rascal


OD (5,2a)

  1. Middlehurst’s Ch Cannwood As If By Magic To Starveren JW 
  2.  Berrecloths Ch Sybster Springtime ShCM
  3.  Evans’ Birselaw Billy the Kid Of Kapplegill


SBD (4,1a)

  1. Penticharm Black Jack
  2. Lynch’s Fieldron Call My Bluff

      3.  Ocedor Zephyr

MPB (14,6a)

    1. Thompson’s Castleline Tiger Lily

    2. Moseley’s Carradine Sapphire At Spawyche

    3. Stephinson’s Twohoots Agnes

    Res. Firth’s Cairgold Buck’s Fizz

    VHC. Roberts’ Cannwood Hold That Dream


PB (12,3a)

     1.Templeton’s Larchlea Knot To Be Mist

     2. Longdin’s Wellingley From US To You

     3. Hooton’s Penticharm Obsession

     Res. Warne’s Lady Jane Enraw

     VHC. Hooton’s Penticharm Light My Fire


JB (6)

     1.Bradshaw’s Newfield Heather Magic

     2. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Bewitched

     3.Thompson’s Castleline Soloist

      Res. Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Lemoncello

     VHC. Saich’s Lindcoly Just A Spell


MB (3,2a)

  1. Saich’s Lindcoly Christmas Lady


NB (5)

  1. Shannon, Storr & Culliford’s Brenndarcy Be Bop Deluxe
  2. Parker-Tucker’s Uniquecottage Goldilocks
  3. Petts & Jennings’  Doonrae Gold Digger

Res. Williams’ Curtisey Joint Venture

VHC. Ough’s Ocedor Look At Me


UGB (7,1a)

  1. Dolan’s Glenrood Cascade
  2. Osborn’s Tweslam Amber Nectar
  3. Marshall’s Strathgarten Kenmilfore Lady Marmalade

Res. Davey’s Beranburgh the Black Pearl

VHC. Lindcoly Just A Spell


GB (5,1a)

  1.  Newfield Heather Magic
  2. Smee’s Malmay Can I Come In
  3. Haukatsalo-Irving’s Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorpa

Res. Jennings’ Doonrae Zestful


PGB (10,4a)

  1. Catto’s Birselaw Now Is The Moment
  2. Hooton’s Penticharm Caribbean Queen
  3. Dolan’s Glenrood Mateus Rose

Res. Clarke’s Tanteazle Tiger Lily For Lentrica

VHC. Confue’s Anjofra Queen Of Tarts


LB (15.8a)

     1. Osborn’s Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Bizzy

     2. Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl

     3. Berrecloth’s Spring Into Summer

     Res Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Heidi Claire

     VHC. Dolan’s Glenrood Dusty Pipit


OB (9,5a)

    1. Templeton’s Ch. Larchlea Remember Remember 

    2. Mears’ Glenmear Marcuella

    3. Petts’ Cannwood Kasta Spell At Doonrae

    Res. Parker-Tucker’s Uniquecottage Glengettie


SBB (5,1a)

  1. Newfield Heather Magic
  2. Cairngold Cassis At Haukantorpa
  3. Seveek Country Lover At Svendalens

Res.Beranburgh the Black Pearl

























Photographs BY Alan Firth



18TH  November 2006.


Having checked my records it was in 1989 when I judged the Open Show, it was therefore an honour to be invited to judge the Championship Show, although a year earlier than planned due to the poor health of  John Radford, I wish him and his family well for the future.   My thanks go to the Officers and Committee, plus a speedy recovery to Catherine Butterfield, for their obvious hard work with regards to the show preparation and to my able ring stewards.


I was pleased with the entry numerically, but found a marked variance in size in both dogs and bitches.  There were also a number of stilted rear ends resulting in poor angulation with negative drive and weak hind action.  Heads are still a problem, narrow skulls and muzzles, long in foreface resulting in restricted jaw width and small teeth.

On a more positive note, however, there has been a marked improvement with topline and tail sets, reach of neck, and front movement.  It was pleasing to see most exhibits in double coats of correct texture and length.  All males were entire, and temperaments good.  Overall quality still remains with the bitches.


Dog CC & BOB – Middlehurst’s Ch. Cannwood As If By Magic to Starveren Jw. Deserved the top spot today, excellent outline, balanced in all departments, strong head & expression, moved freely both ways, correct double coat.

Bitch CC & RBIS – Templeton’s Ch. Larchlea Remember Remember.  Very feminine dark brindle.  Super reach of neck and shoulders, good bone, legs and feet and depth of rib, best of mouths, covered the ground well.


RDCC – Hooton, Shorter & Nuttall’s Penticharm Prince Charming, stood out in the challenge, correct head with intense dark mask, sound shoulders, strong quarters, put down to perfection.


RBCC – Osborn’s Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Bizzy. Well coated rich red lady, well proportioned, good angulation , excellent legs and feet, moved well.  Lovely strong head.


BPIS – Hooton’s Penticharm Party Knight.





  1. Hooton’s – Ch. Penticharm The Dark Lady- very sound well coated brindle, 11 years old enjoying her day back in the spotlight.  BEST VETERAN
  2. Hughes’s – Penticharm Silver Dawn-, at 14 years old this super silver brindle was also enjoying her day, show presence and quality in abundance.
  3. Warne’s- Tribannon Cristal Blue.




1.       Catto’s Birselaw- Daydream Believer, quality wheaten puppy, well coupled, ample depth of rib moved OK.

2.       Stephinson’s – Twohoots Barnabas, a lovely puppy, similar to one in all departments.

3.       Robert’s – Cannwood Just Remember (NAF)


PUPPY DOG  7 (1)


1.       Hooton’s – Penticharm Party Knight, well proportioned wheaton, must not grow on, free

flowing stride, one for the future and pleased to award him BPIS.

2.       Saich’s – Kiataia Masquerade, a showy red brindle, coat past its best, moved okay when settled.

3.       Waugh’s – Tribannon Warlord.




 JUNIOR DOG   5 (0)


1.       Firth & Jones’s – Cairngold Jackpot, strong masculine dog in correct double coat, good head

and expression, good reach of neck, top line and tail set, best of legs and feet, moved well. BEST JUNIOR.

2.       Grainger’s – Devil in Disguise, balanced outline, strong head with dark mask, dark eye,

moved OK, good legs and feet.

3.       Shannon & Storr’s – Brenndarcy Spellbinder.




1.        Saich’s – Kiataia Masquerade.

2.        Peer’s – Tweedisle  Trouble Maker – Well up to size but in proportion, okay on the move.




1.        Peer’s – Tweedisle That Special Son – very showy wheaten in good coat, shoulders okay,

        muscular legs and feet.

2.        Saich’s – Lindcoly Golden Legend, red lacking coat and head furnishings, a little fond of his tail




1.        Hughes’s- Gyncairn Rock N Roll – smart red brindle, sound mover, strong head, powerfull rear quarters, good feet and legs.

2.        Peer’s – Tweedisle Sweet Talking Guy, - well proportioned dark brindle, lovely dark eye, reach of neck and lay of shoulder, well ribbed.

3.        Shannon & Storr’s – Brenndarcy  Sundance Kid.




1.        Weaver’s- Copseleaze Corn Cracker -  nice wheaten brindle with dark mask, good outline, sound mover.

2.        Ough’s – Ocedar Zephyr, red with strong rear quarters, topline okay, would have liked a better reach of neck.




1.        Hooton,Shorter & Nuttall’s – Penticharm Prince Charming – RDCC.

2.        Birch’s – Kinkim Kernul – sound wheaten, correct head and expression, lay of shoulder and topline, moved well both ways.

3.        Saich’s – Lindcoly Just Bud.


LIMIT DOG  7 (2)


1.       Poile’s – Kedvaiy Harlequin – red brindle, good head, neck and shoulders, well balanced, with good length of back, strong rear quarters, moved okay

2.       Brown’s – Cruzo Gold Charmer, red dog , topline and tailset spot on, correct coat, a little wide in front which spoilt his movement.

3.       Smith’s – Rocasovale Good Luck Charm.


OPEN DOG  5 (2)


1.       Middlehurst’s – Ch. Cannwood As If By Magic to Starveren JW. DCC & BOB.

2.       Berrecloth’s – Ch. Sybster Spring Time,  fine upstanding grey brindle, so typical of the breed,  strong head, deep stop, dark eyes, correct mouth, good depth of rib, powerful rear quarters, sound topline  on the day I preferred the movement of 1.

3.       Evans’s – Birselaw Billy The Kid of Kapplegill





        1.       Frost’s – Penticharm Black Jack – Dark Brindle in full coat, Stood out in this class, handled

                  and showed well.

        2.       Lynch’s – Fieldron Call My Bluff – lovely red dog in good coat, would not settle on the


        3.       Ough’s- Ocedar Look At Me.





        1.       Thompson’s- Castline Tiger Lily, what a super red puppy, full of sparkle, correct coat,

                  topline and tail set spot on, good on the move and one for the future. RBPIS.

        2.         Moseley’s – Carradine Sapphire at Spawych, a very feminine wheaten, good outline,

          drives well off strong rear quarters, lovely head and expression.

        3.        Stephinson’s – Twohoots Agnes.




1.             Templeton’s -  Larchlea Knot To Be Mist, a fine dark brindle, must not grow on, good head

although short on furnishings, dark eye and good ear placement, strong rear quarters, okay

on the move.

2.             Longdin’s – Wellingley From Us To You, very alert keen expression, good bone, legs and

feet, nice, moved okay out and back.

3.             Hooton’s – Penticharm Obsession.




1.             Bradshaw’s – Newfield Heather Magic, smart red brindle in full coat, good head and

expression,  well ribbed, good legs and feet moved okay.

2.             Shannon & Storr’s – Brenndarcy Bewitched, shown in full coat, correct head and ear

           placement, topline and tail set carried well on the move.

3.             Thompson’s – Castleline Soloist.




1.             Saich’s – Lindcoly Christmas Lady, good mouth, coat past its best, medium bone, tight feet

And pads, moved okay.




1.             Shannon,Storr & Culliford’s – Brenndarcy Be Bop Deluxe, stood out in the class, up to size

           but balanced, shown in full coat, strong head, expression and mouth, good reach of neck    

           shoulders and topline.

2.             Parker-Tucker’s – Uniquecottage Goldilocks, unlucky to meet 1 in such good form, well

           proportioned, the lack of head furnishings spoilt the head, good front.

3.             Pett’s – Doonrae Gold Digger.




1.            Dolan’s – Glenrood Cascade, super wheaten showed like a bomb, excellent in outline,

          pleasing head and expression, steady on the move.

2.            Osborn’s – Tweslam Amber Nectar, well balanced light brindle, nicely coupled, the

          front movement could be more positive.

3.            Marshall’s – Strathgarten Kenmilfore Lady Marmalade.



1.          Bradshaw’s – Newfield Heather Magic.

2.          Smee’s – Malmay Can I Come In, well coated brindle up to size but balanced, strong

   angulated rear, showed and moved well.

3.       Haukatsald-Irving’s – Cairngold Cassis at Haukantorppa.




         1.     Catto’s – Birselaw Now Is The Moment, a fine wheaten brindle, excellent head set on good

                 neck and shoulders, topline and tailset maintained  on the move deserved her place in this

                 strong class.

2.             Hooton’s – Penticharm Caribbean Queen, another fine cairn from this kennel, well balanced outline, good neck and shoulders, moved very well both ways.

3.             Dolan’s – Glenroor Mateus Rose.




        1.       Osborn’s – Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Bizzy, another very strong class, pleased to award her


2.       Moseley’s – Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl, a very close call with 1, super head and

          expression, wheaten in full double coat, moved well both ways.

        3.       Berrecloth’s – Sybster Spring Into Summer.




1.           Templeton’s – Ch. Larchlea Remember Remember BCC & RBIS.

2.           Mear’s – Glenmear Marcuella, good sized silver brindle, correct head and mouth,

          well balanced, nicely coupled okay on the move.

3.           Pett’s – Cannwood Kasta Spell at Doonrae.





1.             Bradshaw’s – Newfield Heather Magic.

2.             Haukatsald-Irving’s – Cairngold Cassis at Haukantorppa.

3.             Thompson’s – Castline Soloist.



R.H.J. Croyman (Croyanda)