Scottish Breeds Canine Club Championship Show
28th March 2009 - Cairn Terrier
Judge: Geoff Thomas (Tycadno)
DCC & BOB; Pollock’s Ch. Larchlea Licence To Thrill At Stanedykes
RDCC; Catto’s Ch/Nor/Fin/Dan/Swe Ch Birselaw Billy Fury (Re-Imp)
BCC; Shaw’s Honeyhall Hide N Seek
RBCC; Munday’s Ch Birselaw Firebird Of Stradivarius
BP; Mears’ Glenmear Marauder
Iain Shaw, BCC Honeyhall Hide N Seek, JimPollock, DCC & BOB Ch Larchlea Licence To Thrill At Stanedykes
DCC & RDCC
RBCC & BCC
BPD& BPIB - BPB
Our Judge Geoff Thomas Awarding BOB
Today saw the Larchlea Kennel achieve it’s 100th CC!
Our Congratulations Go To Carole Templeton
Veteran – Dog 2,1a
1st Ch/Nor/Fin/Dan/Swe Ch Birselaw Billy Fury (Re-Imp) (Miss Y Catto)
Minor Puppy – Dog 2
1st Glenmear Marauder (Mr B G & Mrs J Mears)
2nd Birselaw Badgers Dream For Cornton (Miss H M P Miller)
Puppy – Dog 3
1st Cloverbrook Ray Of Sunshine Over Shearwater ( Mrs A Wall)
2nd Lindcoly Here's Horace (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
3rd Spirebrooke Dawn Raider (Mr M & Mrs K M Warne)
Junior – Dog : 5
1st Jaeva Face The Music (Miss H & Mrs K Downie & Tate)
2nd Landbuck Colour Scheme For Winetta (Mrs J Percy)
3rd Strathgarten Crackerjack (Mrs C Marshall)
Res Landbuck Colour Code (Mr A & Mr R A Felters & Rumens)
Vhc Sybster Shiraz (Mr & Mrs J A Berrecloth)
Novice – Dog 2
1st Birselaw Badgers Dream For Cornton (Miss H M P Miller)
2nd Lindcoly Here's Horace (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
Post Graduate – Dog 5
1st Rocasovale Razzle Dazzle (Mrs J Smith)
2nd Strathview Country Squire (Miss J M Smith)
3rd Lindcoly Earnest Ernie (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
Res Fieldron Call My Bluff At Linarelads (Mrs J Lynch)
Vhc Russcot Rising Star (Mr W & Mrs N Hodgkins)
Limit – Dog 1
1st Larchlea Time To Entertain (Mrs C Templeton)
Open – Dog 4,1a
1st Ch. Larchlea Licence To Thrill At Stanedykes (Mr J Pollock)
2nd Ch Winetta Jimmy Mack (Mrs J Percy)
3rd Kiataia Masquerade (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
Veteran – Bitch 1
1st Ch Stradivarius Sonata (Mr R Munday)
Minor Puppy – Bitch 4
1st Larchlea Can't Remember (Mrs C Templeton)
2nd Larchlea My Elusive Dream (Mrs C Templeton)
3rd Sybster Sonja (Mr & Mrs J A Berrecloth)
Res Larchlea Come Away With Me (Miss H Downie)
Puppy – Bitch 7,3a
1st Lindcoly Yeah But No But Yeah (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
2nd Lentrica Daddies Girl (Mrs P Clarke)
3rd Spirebrooke Morning Glory (Mr M & Mrs K M Warne)
Res Waldenhof Quizzical (Mr R G & Mrs C E Taylor)
Junior – Bitch 6
1st Brenndarcy Button It Jw (Miss B & Mr D Shannon & Storr)
2nd Landbuck Jazz Hands (Mr A & Mr R A Felters & Rumens)
3rd Larchlea Spirit In The Sky (Mr & Mrs J I Wren)
Res Sybster Sancerre (Mr & Mrs J A Berrecloth)
Vhc Lindcoly Star Turn (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
Novice – Bitch 3
1st Sybster Sancerre (Mr & Mrs J A Berrecloth)
2nd Sybster Sauvignon (Miss F Dawson)
Post Graduate – Bitch 5,3a
1st Lindcoly Oki Doki (Mr C J & Mrs L M Saich)
2nd Sybster Summer Nights (Miss F Dawson)
Limit – Bitch 3
1st Honeyhall Hide N Seek (Mrs E B & Mr I L B Shaw)
2nd Conundrum Sweeter For Me For Lentrica Jw Shcm (Mrs P Clarke)
3rd Larchlea Light My Fire (Mr & Mrs J I Wren)
Open – Bitch 1
1st Ch Birselaw Firebird Of Stradivarius (Mr R Munday)
Scottish Breeds Canine Association 28th March 2009.
This was not a big entry at 51 dogs with 9 absentees. It was also a bit of a mixed bag as well in regards to quality and condition. My winners I was pleased with and I’m sure they could all hold their own in the best of company. Condition ranged from dog’s carrying too much weight that affected their movement, to a few dog’s that were just far too thin and lacking in condition, this was reflected in some my placings.
VD.(2,1abs) 1.RCC, Catto’s, Ch/Nor/Fin/Dan/Swe Ch Birselaw Billy Fury. Very masculine dark grey brindle. He carries his 8 years well. And as with so many from this kennel he excels in head, with that true cairn expression. Good length of neck into well placed shoulders and a firm level topline. Good spring of rib and in super coat and condition. Moved with drive and an extrovert showman.
MPD.(2) 1. BP, Mears’, Glenmear Marauder, 7 month dark red brindle. Presented a balanced outline. Has a well made head, with correct expression and a good bite. Nicely angulated both ends, which showed in his movement when he settled to it. Firm topline, good rib and length of loin. In a full puppy coat of correct texture. Very promising puppy. Pleased to hear after that he was by the BOB winner. 2. Millers, Birselaw Badgers Dream for Cornton, 8 month grey brindle. Well grown for age. Well balanced head, with neat ears, but not quite the expression of class winner. Another nicely made puppy, with a good length of neck and well placed shoulders, firm topline and shown in good coat and condition. A confident showman.
PD.(3) 1. Walls. Cloverbrook Ray of Sunshine Over Shearwater, 10 month light red brindle. Balanced head with enough stop and a good bite. Still looking a little immature for age, but has time. Straight front with good legs and feet, with a firm topline. Coat not at its best but of good texture. Moved steadily and showed confidently. 2. Saich’s, Lindcoly Here’s Horace, 9 month wheaten. Another immature boy. Has all the essentials. A nicely balanced head, a good straight front and well angulated both ends. Good topline and well set tail. Shown in a full puppy coat and moved well when he settled down. 3. Warne’s, Spirebrooke Dawn Raider.
JD.(5) 1. Downie & Tate’s, Jaeva Face The Music. Nicely made dark grey brindle, not overdone in any way. Not a big boy but has a well balanced head with good stop and keen expression. Good shoulder and forechest, well ribbed and shown in hard condition. Moves well and confident showman. 2. Percy’s, Landbuck Colour Scheme for Winetta. Well balanced light red, with a good head and correct bite, not the expression of 1st though. Firm topline and well sprung rib, shown in first class coat and condition, covered the ground well on the move. 3. Marshalls, Strathgarten Crackerjack.
ND.(2) 1. Birselaw Badgers Dream for Cornton. 2. Lindcoly Here’s Horace.
PGD.(5) 1. Smiths, Rocasovale Razzle Dazzle, Nicely balanced light grey brindle. Masculine head with good expression. Well angulated shoulder with good forechest. Nicely ribbed and firm topline. In decent coat but was lacking furnishings on belly and hindquarters, which spoilt overall picture. 2. Smiths, Strathview Country Squire. Up to size and rangy dark red brindle. Masculine in outlook and generally well put together. Good in front with a decent forechest. Held his topline on the move and shown in good coat and firm condition. Moves well enough but lacks animation. 3. Saich’s Lincoly Ernest Ernie.
LD.(1) 1. Templetons, Larchlea Time To Entertain. Beautifully headed grey brindle, with keen expression. Shown as always in first class coat and good hard condition. Firm topline, good spring of rib and well set tail. Moves and shows steadily.
OD.(4,1abs) 1.CC & BOB, Pollocks, Larchlea Licence To Thrill at Stanedykes. Striking red brindle, all male and mature for age. Excels in head and has a super expression, correct bite with big teeth. Good reach of neck into well made front with a well defined forechest and good ribbing. Firmest of toplines and well set tail. Shown in excellent coat and condition. Covered the ground with ease on the move and showed himself off to advantage. 2. Percy’s, Ch Winetta Jimmy Mack. A masculine dark grey brindle, again possesses a beautiful head with that true cairn expression. Good front and forechest, firm topline and well set tail. Shown in good coat and condition. Moved and showed steadily, a worthy champion. 3. Saich’s, Kiataia Masquerade.
VB.(1) 1. Mundays, Ch Stradivarius Sonata. Well balanced grey brindle. Totally feminine in outlook, with the most beautiful head and expression. Well angulated both ends and still moving very soundly. Held her topline on the move and tail bang on top. Happy girl who never stopped showing.
MPB.(4) 1. Templetons, Larchlea Can’t Remember. Classy and totally feminine 6 month old dark grey brindle. Beautiful head with a true cairn expression and a good bite. Presented a balanced outline, so well put together she had to move right and has a defined forechest. Shown in a full, well presented puppy coat. Very promising puppy. 2. Templetons, Larchlea My Elusive Dream. My notes say very similar to class winner and not surprised to see she is a litter sister. Another feminine bitch with a balanced head and keen expression. Again presented a balanced outline and moved well for such a baby. Not as confident as her sister but well deserved her placing. 3. Berrecloths, Sybster Sonja.
PB.(7,3) 1. Saich’s, Lindcoly Yeah But No But Yeah. Well balanced and feminine 10 month old wheaten, who gained in confidence as the class went on. Lovely head with good stop and dark eye. Good neck into well placed shoulders and straight front. Nicely ribbed and shown in a full puppy coat of good texture. When she co-operated with her handler she moved well enough to win class. 2. Clarkes, Lentricia Daddies Girl. Just gone 9 months pale wheaten. Well made feminine head, dark eye and neat ears. Good neck and topline. Carrying too much weight that affected her front movement. Needing a new jacket but what was there was of good texture.. 3. Warnes, Spirebrooke Morning Glory.
JB.(6) 1. Shannon & Storrs, Brenndarcy Button It JW. Just into junior and still has some maturing to do. Just right for size and presented a balanced outline. Very feminine in outlook with a nicely made head, dark eye, neat ears and lovely expression. Good neck into clean shoulders, firm topline and well set tail. Good coat of correct texture, presented well. Covered the ground well on the move and showed steadily. 2. Felters & Rumens, Landbuck Jazz Hands. 17 month clear wheaten. Another feminine bitch with a well developed head and good bite, not quite the expression 1st. Nicely put together with good angulations both ends. Well ribbed and has good legs and feet. Coat of good length and correct texture. Confident showgirl who moved steadily and soundly. 3. Wrens, Larchlea Spirit In The Sky
NB.(3,1) 1. Berrecloths, Sybster Sancerre. 14 month clear wheaten and still has some maturing to do. Nicely made head with neat ears and dark eye. Well placed shoulders and level topline, held on the move. Shown in a good hard coat and firm condition. Shows well and moves ok. Presented a more balanced outline than 2nd. 2. Dawsons, Sybster Sauvignon. Litter sister to class winner, again has a nicely made head with neat ears and a good bite. Not so good in front and topline needs to firm up on the move. Shown in good coat and moved steadily, but not showing with much enthusiasm.
PGB.(5,3) 1. Saich’s, Lindcoly Oki Doki. Up to size red, ok in head, has good bite and big teeth. Presented a balanced outline and is nicely put together throughout. In good body condition and a full coat. Movement difficult to assess as she wasn’t co-operating too well with her handler. 2. Dawsons, Sybster Summer Nights. Feminine looking wheaten. Ok in head and well made front. Carrying too much weight which spoilt her outline and front movement. Moved steadily but not interested in showing.
LB.(3) 1. Shaws, Honeyhall Hide N Seek. Ultra feminine wheaten brindle, most beautiful head and expression. So well balanced with firmest of toplines and tail set bang on top. Lovely front with defined forechest and good feet. Condition spot on and in the best coat I have seen her in for awhile. Covered the ground well, driving from the rear and a super showgirl. Pleased to award her the CC. 2. Clarkes, Conundrum Sweeter For Me For Lentrica JW. Grey brindle, so feminine in outlook with balanced head, good expression and neat ears. Nicely made front and level topline. Good rib and shown in good harsh coat. Shows non stop, moved well in profile but carrying too much weight which spoilt her front action. 3. Wrens, Larchlea Light My Fire.
OB.(1) 1. Mundays, Ch Birselaw Firebird of Stradivarius. Very feminine light grey brindle. Beautiful head, dark eye and lovely expression. Well balanced with firm topline, well set tail and hard condition. Good harsh coat but needs a bit more left on her belly and legs to complete the picture. Moves soundly and shows very well. RCC.