Dogs - Mary Towers (Deneland)
Bitches – Pat Jeffrey (Sandaig)
Referee – Feffie Somerfiled (Oudenarde)
DCC & BIS; Templeton’s Larchlea Time To Entertain
RDCC; Pollock’s Ch Larchlea Licence To Thrill At Stanedykes
BCC , BOS & RBIS; Fielder’s Miradose Little Gem
RBCC; Felters & Rumen’s Landbuck Jazz Hands
Best Puppy In Show; Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Trouble At Mill
Best Veteran In Show; Wall’s Ch Shearwater Cae De Sonhas
Best Breeder; Firth & Jones (Cairngold)
Dawn Inett handling BCC, BOS & RBIS Miradose Little Gem, Julie Fielder, Judges Mary Towers & Pat Jeffrey,
BPIS Brenndarcy Trouble At Mill, Brenda Shannon, Carole Templeton, DCC & BIS Larchlea Time To Entertain.
BPD, RDCC & DCC
BCC & RBCC
RBIS BVIS, BPIS & BIS
BPD & BPB
1. Correnie Tornado
2. Cherrycrack Blackadder
3. Crowneast Gypsy King
Res Cairngold Spin Of The Wheel
Vhc Spirebrooke Dawn Raider
1 Carradine Maybe Be The Moon At Harkinleigh
2 Lindcoly Earnest Ernie
3 Ocedor Zephyr
Res. Tweedisle Guy Mannering
Vhc. New Adventure
Vhc. Aizenaiy The Mighty Quin
Res. Tribannon Warlord
Vhc. Su Ch Castleline Jackard
SVD/B 7-9 Yrs 2,0
SVD/B 10yrs+ 5,1a
Res Ocedor Kiwi
Res. Glenchess Chloe
Vhc. Honeyhall Handful At Caldwall
Res. Andrum Peace Treaty
Vhc. Glenchess Chloe
Res. Brenndarcy Button It
Vhc Vanajam Leading Lady
1. Sybster Sonja
2. Glenrood Warrior Princess
Res. Tweslam Serendipity
Vhc Little Miss Tonka
Res. Glenrood Mystic Topaz
Vhc. Trekhilli Chilli Pepper At Tre-Ki Sh CM
Res. Glenrood Forever Tops
Vhc. Cairngold Candlelight
Res. Razzle Dazzle Glory At Tribannon
Vhc. Ch Castleline Tiger Lily
V D/B 7-9
V D/B 10YRS +
Judy & Jim
There was wine & cake for the Exhibitors. As a very happy looking Chrissie Grainger & Liz Thompson celebrated their recent show successes – Three New Champions between them!
(Liz’s homemade fruit cake was so delicious a few unnamed folks had one piece too many!)
DOGS JUDGED AT SOUTHERN CAIRN TERRIER CLUBS CH. SHOW
Presentation on the whole was good. Movement in the lower classes left a lot to be desired but there was a marked improvement in the higher classes. I found some suspect mouths and this problem does not seem to go away.
MP. Dog 4 (1)
First Weinberger's Correnie Tornado. 6 mth. silver br. in very good coat and condition/ excellent mouth/typical Cairn head and expression. Sound mover for one so young.
Second: Shopland's Cherrycrack Blackadder. 8 mth. dk. br. along similar lines to I/ not so steady on the move.
Third: Tutchings Crowneast Gypsy King.
P. Dog 4 (1)
First Shannon & Storr's Brenndarcy Trouble at Mill. Well balanced youngster - lovely head and expression with good mouth - level topline - excellent on the move. Best Puppy in Show.
Second: Mears Glenmear Maruder. A very promising dk.br.along similar lines to 1 but to-day did not have his mind on the job in hand.
Third: Weinberger's Larchlea Come Fly With Me to Correnie.
Junior 9 (2)
First Wall's Cloverbroook Ray of Sunshine over Shearwater. Brindle of excellent quality/ showed well. Correctly balanced. Good outline moved soundly. In good coat.
Second: Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Raleigh. Well presented dk.br. with a delightful head and expression. In profuse coat. Correct in all departments.
Third; Mosley's Kedvaiy Locomotion.
First: Peers Tweedisle Krazy Root. First class cream in good coat. Very nice head/ excellent outline and body. Covered the ground well.
Second: Saich's Lindcoly Here's Horace. Along similar lines to I/ less coat / Did not move as well as 1.
Novice 4 (2)
First Kippen's Chezaku Master Minder. Good quality Cairn correct in all departments. Excellent coat. Covered the ground well.
Second: Kinchin's Tyreeces Tricks. Along similar lines to 1 not so steady on the move.
Under grad. (4)
First Moseley & Innett's Spawche Elizabethan Onyx. Dog of nice type/ good head and expression/ correct mouth. Well angulated body/ excellent bone work/ good strong feet. Moved well.
Second: King & Leighton's Carradine Night Listener at Harkinleigh. Very typical/ correct in all departments/carrying less coat than 1.
Third: Warne's Spirebrooke Dawn Raider.
Sp.Begs. 3 (1)
First Ough's Ocedar Benji. Pleasing red br. with good strong quarters. Excellent bonework/ moved well.
Second: Kinchin's Tyreces Tricks. Pleasing heady body shape good. Excellent coat. Movement not so good as 1.
First King & Leighton's Carradine Maybe the Moon at Harkinleigh. Very good head and expressionn correct mouth pleasing on the move.
Second: Saich's Ernest Ernie. Well proportioned wheaten/ good reach of neck/ level topline/ not so settled on the move as 1.
Third: Ough's Ocedar Zephyr.
First Harrison & Inett's Noncom Inett Tu Winnit With Carradine. Cairn of quality/ correct in all departments in good harsh coat. Moved well.
Second: Felters & Rumens' Landbuck Colour Code. Well presented wheaten. A well balanced dog with good dark eye. Delightful expression.
Third: Hawkins Kilnyard Archie Spangles.
First Templeton's Larchlea Time
to Entertain. A fine example of the
breed/ well presented/ very good bonework/correct in all departments. Moved soundly
and did not give up showing until he had won this class/ and later the C.C.
Second: Smee's Malmay King of the Road. Very well presented grey/correct xpression/ a good sound example of the breed.
Third: Smith's Rocasvale Razzle Dazzle.
Open Dog 6 (1)
First Pollock's Ch. Larchlea Licence to Thrill At Stanedykes. Presented in superb coat and condition. True Cairn expression/ with that wistful outlook on life. Moved with drive Res. C.C.
Second: Cameron's Ch. Stryveling Robb Ruadh. Sound Cairn of great quality. Very well presented. To-day preferred movement of 1.
Third: Firth & Jones Ch. Cairngold Jackpot.
Mary W. Towers.
THE SOUTHERN CAIRN TERRIER CLUB
27 JUNE 2009
JUDGE;PAT JEFFREY – BITCHES
I was delighted to judge bitches at this SCTC Show and to share the judging with two respected senior judges.
Not having been to many shows in the last few years most of the entry was new to me. I think rear movement has improved somewhat in the last few years. Heads in the lower bitch classes, I feel, were lacking in the true Cairn expression and I saw little in the bitch puppy classes that really had the “WOW” factor as has often happened in the past. From what I saw in the puppy dog classes I think the young dogs have the better heads.
Temperaments were good and I found very few bitches with the incorrect bite or very small teeth. Even a very pretty feminine head should have large functional teeth and most of them did.
SPECIAL VETERAN, DOG OR BITCH ( 5, 1 ab )
This class was a bit of a problem to judge being dogs and bitches, but Mary and I judged it together and we agreed on the final placings.
1. Wall’s Ch Shearwater Cae de Sonhas
2. Dolan’s Glenrood Magic Pippit –
A very pretty cream bitch of 10 years. Lovely feminine head and expression and in good condition. BEST VETERAN BITCH
3 Birch’s Kinkim Prinzludy
4 Ough’s Ocedar Kiwi
MINOR PUPPY BITCH (9 - 4 ab)
1 Shannon & Storr’s BRENNDARCY VIRGINIA PLAIN
Very much a baby at 6 ½ months. Attractive head, good coat and moved quite soundly. BEST PUPPY BITCH
2 Percy’s WINETTA MY KIND OF GIRL2 and 3 are litter sisters and are almost impossible to separate. Well grown at 6 1/2 months. Close fitting coat of good texture,firm body, well put together and moved quite well.
3 Percy’s WINETTA SPECIAL DELIVERY
4 McIntyre’s GLENCHESS CHLOE
5 Owen’s HONEYHALL HANDFUL AT CALDWALL
PUPPY BITCH (8 – 3 abs)
1 Templeton’s LARCHLEA CAN’T REMEMBER
Very dark brindle, good length of neck, good coat, nicely proportioned throughout but a little bit “raw” at the moment. Promising, hope she doesn’t grow on too much on maturity.
2 Weinberger’s CORRENIE CHERIE AMOUR
Light grey brindle of 10 months. Coat at the in between stage, nice head, well placed ears, good length of neck.
3 Berrecloth’s SYBSTER SONJA
4 Fyfe’s ANDRUM PEACE TREATY
5 GLENCHESS CHLOE
JUNIOR BITCH (20 – 4 ab)
A super class in both quality and numbers and placings could change any time. Some very good sound movement amd some really nice heads.
1 Firth and Jones’s CAIRNGOLD TREASURE
This bitch really caught my eye. Good head and neck, firm topline, good tailset, well balanced. Moved very soundly, covering the ground with ease.
2 CATTO’S BIRSELAW BEWITCHED
A different type to 1, but in quality very little between them. Beautiful, feminine bitch, gorgeous head, neat ears, good neck and topline, excellent coat. Moved and showed well.
3 Confue’s ANJOFRA WELCOME TO LA LA LAND.
4 Shannon and Storr’s BRENDARCY BUTTON IT
5 Ward’s VANAJAM LEADING LADY
MAIDEN BITCH (4 – 1 ab)
1 SYBSTER SONJA
3rd in puppy. 11 months cream, nice head, neat ears, good coat and moved quite well. Slightly longer in back which affected overall outline and balance.
2 Dolan’s GLENROOD WARRIOR PRINCESS.
Grey brindle, sweet head, good topline and tailset. Could do with a bit more body.
3 Saich’s LINDCOLY YEAH BUT NO BUT YEAH
NOVICE BITCH (3 – 1 abs)
1 Poile’s KEDVAIY LIZA WITH A Z
A glorious rich red not so much seen nowadays. Excellent quality coat, good head, neck, topline and tailset. A real eyecatcher but movement a little bit loose.
2 Peers’ TWEEDISLE TOWN TOPPER
· A bit longer cast than 1. Grey brindle, nice head, dark well placed ears. Level topline
UNDERGRADUATE BITCH (7)
1 Harrison and Inett,s CURTISEY FOREIGN ACCOUNT WITH CARRADINE
Well grown grey brindle, nicely balanced, good head with well placed ears. Lovely outline and moved soundly. A nice bitch
2 Warne’s SPIREBROOK MORNING GLORY
Well balanced grey brindle. Good head, nice expression, level topline, good tailset, moved quite well. Unplaced in the very strong Junior class, where she first caught my eye.
3 Day’s TREKHILLI PICCALLILLI
4 Osborn’s TWESLAM SERENDIPITY
5 Byrne’s LITTLE MISS TONKA
SPECIAL BEGINNERS BITCH (2 - l abs)
1 TREKHILLI PICCALLILLI
Grey brindle, good coat, nice head, good topline. Not a big one but well balanced. Moved soundly.
1 Harrison and Inett’s NONCOM MINNIE THE MINX AT CARRADINE
Nice dark wheaten brindle, lovely head, good topline, correct tailset, quality coat but too much hair underneath the body. Really strode out around the ring.
2 Day’s TREKHILLI CHILLI PEPPER AT TRE-KI
Very dark brindle, lovely appealing head, good expression, nice dark hazel eye, neat ears, good topline and tailset., Well balanced.
3 Weinberger’s LARCHLEA GOOD VIBRATIONS AT CORRENIE
POST GRADUATE BITCH (11 – 3 abs)
1 Felters and Rumens LANDBUCK JAZZ HANDS
Cream, nicely balanced, nice head, good length of leg, good topline and tailset. Coat not at its best but she moved so strongly and soundly and this was the deciding factor in awarding her RES BITCH CC.
2 Confue’s ANJOFRA ME ME ME
Similar in type to 1. Nicely proportioned head, good neck and topline and moving well
3 Moseley’s CARRADINE SAPPHIRE AT SPAWICHE
4 Dolan’s GLENROOD MYSTIC GEM
5 TREKHILLI CHILLI PEPPER AT TRE-KI
LIMIT B ITCH (10 – 2 abs)
1 Felder’s MIRADOROSE LITTLE GEM
Feminine cream, attractive head and expression, neat well placed ears, dark hazel eye. Lovely neck flowing so smoothly into well placed shoulders, good topline and tailset. She absolutely flowed around the ring, covering the ground so smoothly and effortlessly keeping her lovely outline at all times.
Showed and moved well., CC and RES BIS, BEST OPP SEX
2 Thompson’s CASTLELINE BONNIE
Similar to 1 in type. Feminine head, dark ears, moving very soundly.
3 Wren’s LARCHLEA SPIRIT IN THE SKY
4 Dolan’s GLENROOD FOREVER TOPPS
5 Firth and Jones’ CAIRNGOLD CANDLELIGHT
OPEN BITCH (7 – 2 abs)
1 SMOOK-VAN KOOLBERGEN NED/INT/BEL/LUX/GER/SWE//CH BIRSELAW EMMA
Brindle, most glorious head and expression, excellent dense coat of good texture, moved very soundly but looking slightly heavy.
2 Firth and Jones’ CAIRNGOLD AVIN A PADDY
Dark brindle, good size and in good hard condition. Attractive head with that wicked expression which is typical of a Cairn. Moved and showed well. Nice outline.
3 Shannon and Storr amd Culliford’s BRENDARCY BE BOP DE LUXE
4 Waugh’s RAZZLE DAZZLE GLORY AT TRIBANNON.
5 Thompson’s CASTLELINE TIGER LILY