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Midland Cairn Terrier Club Championship Show

01 December 2012

Sue Braybrook (Cloverbrook)


DCC & BOS: Robinson’s Ch Cruzo Bilbo Baggins

RDCC: Robert’s Cannwood Cut Above

BCC & BIS: Kinton’s Woodthorpe Maybe This Thyme

RBCC & RBIS: Shaw’s Ch Honeyhall Hi N’Dry

BPIB: Shaw’s Honeyhall Headboy

Best Veteran: Grainger’s Devil In Diguise

Third in the Pro-Plan, Dog World, Pup of the Year stakes at the LKA was Alison Waites  Svandalens Snow Night

BCC & BIS Woodthorpe  Maybe This thyme, Sue Kinton, Iain Shaw, RBCC & RBIS Ch Honeyhall Nide N’Seek, Sue Braybrook, Gerry Robinson, DCC & BOS Ch Cruzo Bilbo Baggins

Iain Shaw BPD & BPIS Honeyhall Headboy, Jane Keeves BPB & RBPIS Seveek Living the Dream


DCC, RDCC Cannwood Cut Above, BPD



MPD  3,Oa

  1. Honeyhall Headboy
  2. Svendalens Snow Knight
  3. Lanbuck Bytheway


PD  4,1a

  1. Ometto I Am The One And Only
  2. Birselaw The Thrill Of It All
  3. Brenndarcy  Borgen


JD 3,0a

  1. Stirlingview Stunning
  2. Noncom Hugo First
  3. Carradine Terries Tipple


ND – No Entries


GD 1.0a

  1. Newfield Harvest Moon Over Brenndarcy


PGD 3,0a

  1. Millindack What News Watson
  2. Carradine Brian The Lion
  3. Birselaw Fable


LD 8,2a

  1. Birselaw Bobby Darin
  2. Spirebrook Dawn Raider
  3. Cannwood Zipper At Thackeaston
  4. Renshaw There And Back Again
  5. Tweedisle Sea Scout


OD 7,1a

  1. Ch. Cruzo Bilbo Baggins
  2. Cannwood Cut Above
  3. Ch Carradine Crackaway Jack
  4. Anjofra I’m Not Going
  5. Ch Landbuck Tillisch


SBD 1,0a

  1. Svendalens Snow Knight


V D/B 7-10 5,1a

  1. Ch Devil In Disguise
  2. Vanajam Dreamcatcher At Ometto
  3. Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens
  4. Ch. Brenndarcy Be Bop Deluxe


SVD/B 11+   

  1. Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl


MPB 5,3a

  1. Anjofra Mymble
  2. Landbuck Xanthe


PB  3,2a

  1. Seveek Living The Dream


JB  9,1a

  1. Lentrica Sweet Sensation
  2. Carradine In Love With Amy
  3. Doonrae Lexicon Of Love
  4. Carradine Magic Penny
  5. Stirlingview Surprise


NB 6,2a

  1. Tweslam Thistle Be Magic
  2. Stirlingview Sananda
  3. Newfield Michaelmas Daisy
  4. Copseleaze Tartan Tara


GB 7,3a

  1. Brenndarcy Maid In Heaven
  2. Spawyche Elizabethan Dream
  3. Strathinver Simply Florrie
  4. Stryveling Polly Flinders


PGB 9,2a

  1. Carradine I Am Florence With Harkinleigh
  2. Woodthorpe Playin For Thyme
  3. Milindack Miss Marple
  4. Birselaw Groovy Kind Of Love
  5. Glenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee


LB 12,6a

  1. Woodthorpe Maybe This Thyme
  2. Cannwood Danish Affair
  3. Pendley Playaway Jw
  4. Tweslam Winter Magic
  5. Svendalens Crazy Diamond


OB 6,3a

  1. Ch Honeyhall Hi N’Dry
  2. Curtisey Foreign Account With Carradine
  3. Honeyhall Handfull At Caldwall


SBB 9,1a

  1. Carradine Minnie The Moocha
  2. Svendalens Crazy Diamond
  3. Little Miss Tonka
  4. Vanajam Dream Catcher At Ometto

       5. Strathinver Simply Florrie























Photos By Alan Firth


Followed By Linda’s Lens

Our Camera Action man

Trophies & goodies

View from the top table

“Yes Chef!”

Just Waiting for the rush!


Mrs Mop!



What a prize!

Babs counting out the money


Who’s a winner!

One at a time please

A Yard of Jaffa cakes


Delicious Cup Cakes just asking to be eaten 

Some just couldn’t say no.. to temptation

We only came in for a warm


We came to see who was turning the xmas lights on!


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Saturday 1st December 2012

Judge: Mrs Susan Braybrook

I should like to thank all the exhibitors for such a fantastic entry.  I consider it a great honour to judge a club championship show.  The quality of the bitches was superior to the males, but overall I was delighted with my main winners.

My thanks go to my stewards for their hard work on the day.


BCC and BIS: Woodthorpe Maybe This Thyme

RBCC and RBIS:  Ch.Honeyhall High’N’ Dry

DCC and BOS: Ch. Cruzo Bilbo Baggins

RDCC:  Cannwood Cut Above

BPD and BP: Honeyhall Headboy

BPB:  Seveek Living The Dream

BV:  Ch. Devil In Disguise


MPD (3,0)

1)    Honeyhall Headboy

Headed a lovely class of puppies.  A top quality wheaten puppy who took my eye as soon as he entered the ring.  Lovely head, good reach of neck, correct conformation throughout, in profuse coat.  Moved and showed very well.  Excels in breed type.  One to watch. BPD, BP.

2)    Waites’ Svendalens Snow Knight

Wheaten with good head and expression.  Good mouth, correct body and balance, correct tailset and in excellent coat.  Moved positively and showed well.  Unlucky to meet 1).

3)    Felters and Rumens’ Landbuck Bytheway


PD (4,1a)

1)     Coffell’s Ometto I Am The One And Only

Very promising cream puppy, up to size for his age.  Excellent head and expression, excellent mouth, good reach of neck, good shoulders and front.  Correct spring of rib, good hindquarters and correct tailset.  Moved and showed well.

2)     Catto’s Birselaw The Thrill Of It All

Another well grown puppy.  Typical quality head and expression as always from this kennel.  Overall balance good.  Would prefer more body.  Coat not at its best today.

3)    Shannon and Storr’s Brenndarcy Borgen


JD (3,0)

1)      Currie’s Stirlingview Stunning

As his name suggests, a stunning exhibit.  Red brindle with excellent mouth, good dark eyes and well placed ears.  Well balanced throughout, correct shoulders and good hindquarters.  Presented in correct jacket.  Moved with drive.

2)     Burgin’s Noncom Hugo First

Up to size red brindle with masculine head and expression.  Good mouth and in correct jacket.  Handled and shown well.

3)     Bateman and Gompels’ Carradine Terrie’s Tipple


ND (0)


GD (1,0)

1)      Bradshaw and Shannon’s Newfield Harvest Moon Over Brenndarcy

Wheaten brindle, liked his head and expression.  Good topline and tailset, nicely angulated quarters, coat just needing attention.  Handled and shown very well.


PGD (3,0)

1)      Brennan’s Milindack What News Watson

Correct for size and balance, excellent head and expression, good mouth, lovely coat and condition.  One of the best movers on the day.  Unfortunately he lacked showmanship on this occasion and therefore missed out on top honours.  My type of Cairn.

2)     Byrne and Innett’s Carradine Brian The Lion

A smart, masculine male, moved out with drive.  New coat of correct texture coming through.  Handled and shown very well.

3)     Lamb and Saltmarsh’s Birselaw Fable Sh.CM


LD (8,2a)

1)     Catto’s Birselaw Bobby Darin

Wheaten brindle – excels in head with dark eye, good neck and shoulders.  Very well balanced throughout.  With maturity will bother the best. 

2)     Warne’s Spirebrooke Dawn Raider

An old favourite of mine.  Dark brindle, excellent head and correct mouth.  Correct conformation throughout and in excellent jacket.  Preferred the showmanship of 1) on the day.

3)     Harland’s Cannwood Zipper At Thackeston


OD (7,1a)

1)     Robinson’s  Ch.Cruzo Bilbo Baggins

Cream male, certainly up to size but with an excellent head and nice dark eye.  Thoroughly masculine expression.  Good neck and shoulders.  Good front.  Well balanced throughout with well made quarters and correct tailset.  Shown in excellent coat and condition.  Ideally I would have preferred him from a smaller mould, but could not deny his overall quality of conformation and movement. DCC,BOS

2)     Roberts’ Cannwood Cut Above

A wheaten dog with good head and expression.  Good mouth.  In good quality coat and condition.  Moved well but not co operating with his handler today on the move. RDCC

3)     Inett and Bambridge’s Ch. Carradine Crackaway Jack


SBD (1,0)

1)     Waites’ Svendalen’s Snow Knight


VETERAN D/B- 7-10 (5,1a)

1)     Grainger’s Ch. Devil In Disguise

Red, lovely head and expression.  All male, good balance throughout.  Good spring of rib, level topline, well made hindquarters, tail well set and carried correctly.  Shown in excellent jacket.  A credit to this kennel. BV.

2)     Coffell’s  Vanajam Dream Catcher At Ometto

Cream girl, beautiful head, good conformation throughout.  Loved her size and balance.  Shown in excellent coat.  Moved and showed very well.

3)     Waites’ Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens


VINTAGE D/B 11+ (2,1)

1)     Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Pearl

11 years old, lovely feminine bitch, well balanced throughout.  Well presented, moved soundly and enjoying her day out.


MPB (5,3a) Two babies of different types.

1)     Confue’s Anjofra Mymble

8 month old wheaten brindle.  Nice head, good dark eye, well placed ears.  In good coat.  Would just like a little more body to complete the picture.

2)     Felters and Rumens’ Landbuck Xanthe

6 months old bitch at her first show.  Lovely head, good mouth, nicely made throughout.  In lovely jacket.  Needs to settle on the move.


PB (3,2a)

1)     Keeves’ Seveek Living The Dream

Red with well proportioned head and good mouth.  Nicely balanced throughout.  In nice coat and condition.  Moved out well.  Although stood alone, a well deserved first place. BPB


JB (9,1a)

1)     Clarke’s Lentrica Sweet Sensation

Very feminine wheaten brindle with good head and expression.  Good neck, shoulders, topline and tail carriage.  Shown in correct jacket.  Moved and handled very well.

2)     Bateman and Inett’s Carradine In Love With Amy

Lovely head and expression.  Good mouth.  Well bodied and nicelt balanced.  Correct topline and tailset.  In good jacket.  Only just out of puppy.  Sound mover.

3)     Petts’ Doonrae Lexicon Of Love


NB (6,2a) Two very nice bitches – different types again.

1)     Osborn’s Tweslam Thistle Be Magic

Attractive feminine expression.  Nicely constructed body with good topline and tailset.  Would have liked more head furnishings to complete the picture.

2)     Currie’s Stirlingview Sananda

Dark brindle with varminty expression.  Well bodied and full of animation.  Could change places on another day.

3)     Bradshaw’s Newfield Michaelmas Daisy


GB (7,3a)

1)     Cullifords Brenndarcy Maid In Heaven

Cream.  Pretty feminine head with appealing expression.  Liked her overall make and shape.  In good coat and condition.  Moved soundly, handled very well.

2)     Moseley’s Spawyche Elizabethan Dream

Dark brindle bitch with true Cairn expression.  Excellent body and good overall balance.  Moved and showed very well.  Would have liked a little more coat.

3)     Jones’ Strathinver Simply Florrie


PGB (9,2a)

1)     Inett, Harrison, King and Leighton’s Carradine I Am Florence with  Harkinleigh

I loved everything about this Cairn.  Feminine head, lovely reach of neck, nicely constructed in body with a clean outline, good topline and tailset.  Moved out with drive.  A real showgirl.  Howver, today just needing more jacket to complete the picture.  Considered her for the RCC.  Her day will come.

2)     Kinton’s Woodthorpe Playin’ For Thyme

Grey brindle bitch with beautiful head and expression.  Excellent mouth.  Well balanced throughout and in good coarse jacket.  Moved out well.

3)     Brennan’s Milindack Miss Marple


LB (12,6a)

1)     Kinton’s Woodthorpe Maybe This Thyme

Grey brindle bitch of excellent type.  Beautiful well furnished feminine head with dark eye, good mouth and neat, well set ears.  Lovely expression.  Lovely reach of neck flowing into correct shoulders and level topline.  Correct tailset.  In excellent jacket.  Moved out well both fore and aft.  A real show girl and a typical example of  breed type.  BCC,BIS

2)     Roberts’ Cannwood Danish Affair

Cream quality bitch.  Nice head with good mouth.  Good jacket, kept her topline on the move.  Handled well.

3) Yates & Johnson’s Pendley Playaway JW

OB (6,3a)

1)     Shaw’s  Ch.Honeyhall High ‘N’Dry

Wheaten bitch, attractive feminine head with good mouth, neat well set ears, dark eye with true Cairn expression.  I liked her size and overall balance, excellent body, nicely sprung ribs, good front and quarters, in lovely jacket, moved with drive. RBCC,RBIS

2)     King, Leighton, Inett and Harrison’s Curtisey Foreign Account with Carradine

Dark brindle bitch, attractive head with excellent mouth.  In first class condition and nicely balanced throughout.  In good jacket, lost out to 1) on showmanship.

3)     Owen’s Honeyhall Handful At Caldwall


SBB (9,0)

1)     Ballinger’s Carradine Minnie The Moocha

A grey brindle with beautiful head and typical expression.  Good mouth, excellent size and balance.  In very good balance and in very good jacket.  Never stopped showing.

2)     Waites’ Svendalens Crazy Diamond

Same remarks apply as 1).  A close decision.

3)     Byrne’s Little Miss Tonka


Brace (4,1a)

1)     Bateman’s

A closely matched pair of quality, full of fun and looking festive in their Christmas attire.

2)     Pears’

Another attractive pair looking festive and enjoying their day out.

3)     Lamb and Saltmarsh’s



Judge: Mrs Susan Braybrook