The Welsh Kennel Club
19th August 2006
I would like to thank the exhibitors who
brought their dogs under me. This wasn't the biggest entry for my first
time awarding CCs but what it lacked in size it made up for in quality.
MPD No entries
(1) 1st Weinberger’s Correnie Mister Bojangles 10
mth, well Balanced Wheaten Brindle. Good bite, dark eye. Good neck &
forechest, tail set well on. Move well behind but needs to tighten a
little in front. A good show man.
(4/ 1 abs) 1st Cameron’s Stryveling Robb Ruadh. 15 mth, Red Dog. Nicely
made head with a good mouth and correct eye. Level Top line, and
shown in a good coat. Moved well around the ring. Would like him a
little shorter in loin. Showed well.
Soper’s Uniquecottage Ring Plover. Good head & correct bite with big
teeth. Eye could be slightly darker, held top line on the move
& showed well. Needs to tighten a bit in front.
Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Sundance Kid.
(4) 1st Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Little
Tyke. Nicely made head with a good _expression & well
placed ears. Good reach of neck into well laid shoulders. Tail could
be set on a little higher. Good front and rear action & moved with
drive around the ring, which won him this class. Showed well.
Thompson’s. Castline Jackard. An upstanding dog. Very well made head with
correct eye and deep stop. Has a good forechest and enough bone. In good
coat and showed well. Not moving as well as class winner.
Birch’s Kinkim Kernul.
(5) 1st Poiles Kedvaiy Harlequin. Red, Well balanced head, good reach of
neck & clean shoulders into level top line. Tail well set on.
Shown in good coat. Moved soundly both ends & showed well.
Thompson’s Prince Harry. Dark Brindle. Similar comments apply to this dog as
class winner. So good to go over and moved well, unfortunately in need of a new
jacket which let him down on the day.
Waites’ Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens.
(3) 1st Karlsen's Nord Int Ch Kramer’s Night
Rider. Well made Masculine head without any hint of coarseness. He
came into the ring as if he owned it and just demanded my attention. Well made
front, with good neck, shoulders and forechest. Well sprung rib with firm
topline. Strong quarters with a well set tail. So sound on the move and moving
with drive from the rear. Pleased to award him his crowning CC and BOB.
Weinberger’s Correnie Altissimo, again another good dog with lots to like about
him. Good in head with a dark eye and lovely long eyelashes. Good bite with big
teeth. Good lay back of shoulder and held his topline on the move. Foot fall
was correct. Showed well but in need of a new coat.
Ehrenberg’s Ch Carradine Master Tigger.
1st Templeten’s Larchlea Knot To Be Mist, 6mth dark brindle. How could you miss
her. Up to size, Classy well balanced head with good bite. Moved well for her
age, showing all the time. BP.
Osborn's Tweslam Bonne Annee, 7mth red. In good coat, with firm topline and
well set tail. Moved and showed well. Preferred the balance of class winner.
1st Hewitt’s Correnie Jazz Talk at Littleacorn, 10mth up to size wheaten
brindle. Another quality puppy with a lovely head. Well balanced and held herself
well on the move. A good show girl. In need of a new coat. One to watch.
(2) 1st Catto’s Birselaw Now Is The Moment. Feminine in Head
with small neat ears & Good stop. Straight front. Good lay
back of shoulder and well angulated behind which showed in
her sound movement.
Davey’s Berandurgh The Black Pearl. Dark Brindle, Very Good in head with dark
eye. Shown in full coat. Showed well but preferred the movement of First.
(2) 1st Davey’s Berandurgh The Black Pearl.
Turnbull’s Bedrule Talja. Red, Good bite & eye. In good coat, tail a
little low set. It was hard to assess her movement as she was all over the
place when moving. Handler and dog were not together.
Inett’s Mac Clouds Vanity Affair With Carradine. Dark Brindle, typie in head
with good stop and correct Bite. Clean shoulders, good forechest
& topline. Front movement let her down in the challenge,
Soper’s Glenmear Michelle at Elitecharm. Taller type than first. Good Bite and
nice eye. In need of head furnishings, the lack of them is giving a plain
appearance. Moved well. Could do with a new coat.
Fielders Berrybone Suprise Delight.
very good Class of Bitches could have done with three firsts.
PGB (8) 1st Hewitt’s Littleacorn Keep in Touch. Such a beautiful
feminine head, so well balanced in all parts, good bite with big teeth,
deep stop, dark eye & well set ears. Has a good forechest
& Elbows that fit into a well sprung rib. Correct front with good
neck, lay back of shoulder and firm topline. Well made quarters with no hocking
out or pinning in here. This construction allowed her to move very well. In
good Coat. & showed so well. Happy to give her the CC, hope the next 2 will
be on their way soon,
Hooton’s Penticharm Caribbean Queen, Another quality Bitch Good in all parts,
moved so well, as one would expect from this kennel. Her lack of head
furnishings let her down.
Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Heidi Claire. Wonderful Mover.
(2) 1st Catto’s Birselaw Its My Moment, another good head from this kennel.
Good stop & dark eye that gave her such a mischievous
_expression. Correct shoulder placing. Held it all together on the move.
Good coming and going, never stop showing. Res CC, I’m sure her Moment for the
3 CC wont be long.
Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl. This girl had a lovely head and eye, good
in neck, clean shoulders and a steady show girl. Preferred movement
(4) 1st Templeton’s Ch Let Me Entertain You. A
quality Dark brindle bitch, up to size. Has a good feminine head. It was a
joy to go over her, it all fitted in to the right place. Shown in good
jacket. Moved & showed well.
Burgin’s Curtisey Foreign Affair at Carradine. Wheaten Brindle with a lovely
black mask. Looked so full of cairn type. Nice head, good topline
& tail set well on, moved OK. In good full coat.
Osborn’s Tweslam Kalamazoo.