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Midland Cairn Terrier Club Championship Show

3 Dec 2016

Judge Sue Dolan (Glenrood)

  DCC & BOS; Shaw’s Ch. Honeyhall Headboy

RDCC Inett, Harrison, King & Leighton’s Ch.Carradine George Flies With Harkinleigh JW

BCC & BIS, Clarke’s Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW

RBCC & RBIS; Johnson’s Pendley Vivien

BPD & BIS; Ball’s Lentrica  Let’s Dance at Calamondin

Best Veteran;  Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands


BCC & BIS Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream, Sue Dolan,

RBCC & RBIS Pendley Vivien, Joanne Johnson, Iain Shaw,

Ch Honeyhall Head Boy

Sue Dolan, Monica Ball, BD & BPIS Lentrica  Lets Dance At Calamondin,

Joan Percy handling Tiquin;s BPB Winetta Wishin and Hopin.


Iain Shaw, DCC Ch Honeyhall Head Boy, Sue Dolan, RDCC Ch Carradine George Flies With Harkinleigh JW, Monica Ball, BPD Lentrica  Lets Dance At Calamondin.

 BCC Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream, Sue Dolan, RBCC & RBIS Pendley Vivien, Joanne Johnson, Joan Percy handling Tiquin’s BPB Winetta Wishin and Hopin.



Richard Rumens, Sue Dolan,

Best Veteran In Show Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands JW.


Class 1   Veteran Dog or Bitch   8,1a

1st Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands Jw

2nd Ch Tweslam Maid By Magic

3rd Ch Carradine Come On Irene JW

Res Dandi Boy Spud

VHC Birselaw Fable Of Macmoon Sh.CM


Class 2   Minor Puppy Dog 2,0a

1st Trekhilli Pepperazzi

2nd Brenndarcy Aladdin Sane


Class 3   Puppy Dog     1

1st Lentrica Lets Dance At Calamondin


Class 4   Junior Dog   3

1st Brenndarcy Tinsoldat

2nd Vale Of Atholl's Earl Of Mansfield

3rd Svendalens Starry Knight


Class 5   Novice Dog  No Entries


Class 6 Graduate Dog 7,2a

1st Birselaw Stay With me

2nd Birselaw Dark Charmer

3rd Glenmont Nicodemus

Res Mighty Rearanger With Mosspur

VHC Svebdalens Into Mischief


Class 7  Post Graduate Dog  5,0a

1st Nordcairns Quero Mucho Of Pendley

2nd Trekhilli Mr Bean At Cherrycrack

3rd Seveek I Spied That Dream

Res Cornton Dark Corrie

Vhc Performing The Dream For Tweedisle


Class 8   Limit Dog  8,1a

1st Correnie Hurricane Fly

2nd Glenmear McIntyre

3rd Winetta Sir Ivor

Res Brenndarcy Lord Marmaduke Avec Strathgarten

VHC Vale Of Atholl's Judges Dilema


Class 9   Open Dog    5,1a

1st Ch Honeyhall Headboy

2nd Ch. Carradine George Flies With Harkinleigh JW

3rd Renshaw There And Back Again Under Macmoon

Res Ch Svendalens Snow Knight


Class 10   Special Beginners Dog    3,0a

1st Glenmont Nicodemus

2nd Mighty Rearranger With Mosspur

3rd Cloverbrook Harris Tweed


Class 11   Minor Puppy Bitch   7,3a

1st  Brenndarcy  Hunky Dory

2nd   Brenndarcy  Oop's A Daisy

3rd Cornton Starr Turn

Res Seveek With Svendalens Dreaming Again


Class 12   Puppy Bitch 5,0a

1st  Lentrica Black Star For Cairngold

2nd  Winetta I've Got A Feeling

3rd  Lentrica Fame At Landbuck

Res  Carradine Tinkerbelle

VHC Tweedisle Bright Star


Class 13   Junior Bitch  4,1a

1st Pendley Vivien

2nd Brenndarcy Cloudbusting

3rd Mosspur Time After Time


Class 14   Novice Bitch  4,1a

1st Winetta Wishin And Hopin

2nd Carradine Here Comes Dolly

3rd Svendalens Knights Passion


Class 15   Graduate Bitch   8,2a

1st Birselaw Paige Turner

2nd Tweslam Gimme Gimme Magic

3rd Uniquecottage Gold Avill To Glenchess

Res Seveek Country Sunset

VHC Tweedisle Guinevere


Class 16   Post Graduate Bitch  3,1a

1st  Splinterhills Amazing Grace To Glenchess

2nd  Cornton Rosemaree


Class 17   Limit Bitch     6,2a

1st Tycadno Miss Money Penny

2nd Brenndarcy Moonstruck

3rd Tweslam Born To Bewitch

Res Seveek Snow Angel With Svendalens


Class 18   Open Bitch   10,4a

1st Ch.  Lentrica Dolly Daydream

2nd  Trbannon Minuet

3rd  Tycadno Morning Star

Res  Ni. Ch. Vale Of Atholl's Bessie Mcintyre

Vhc Brenndarcy Maid In Heaven


Class 19   Special Beginners Bitch   2,0a

1st Seveek Country Sunset

2nd Mosspur Time After time


Class 20   Brace    3,1a

1st Lamb & Saltmarsh
































Awarding BCC





Everything ready to go!

Iain takes home the Xas Hamper


Pat, Dolly & Doug Clarke Celebrating their New Champion!




Fancy Dress  all lined up and ready for judging


Fancy Dress Judge Milly Jennings with Winners Peggy (Dorothy & Toto)


Photos By Alan Firth



Saturday 3rd December 2016


I would like to thank the officers and committee of the MCTC for their hospitality and for inviting me to judge their Championship show. Many thanks also to my two stewards for their help and efficiency. I was very pleased with my entry and would like to thank the exhibitors for entering, and giving me the opportunity to go over and judge their dogs.


I was quite disappointed in the standard of some of the males, finding some incorrect mouths and poor movement. The bitches were of better quality than the dogs. Temperaments were good. I also found some of the exhibits with greasy and dirty coats. I know the weather has not been too good, but this could have been remedied before the show!


I was very pleased with my main winners and especially with both of my final line ups.



Veteran Dog or Bitch (8, 1 abs)


1st. Felters and Rumens’ Landbuck Jazz Hands JW, 9 yr old wheaten bitch who is put together well. Pretty head with a nice expression, good dark eye and correct mouth. Straight front, good length of neck, which flows into clean shoulders. Correct topline and good tailset. Showed reasonably well, enough to win this class. Best Veteran.

2nd. Osborn’s Ch Tweslam Maid By Magic JW, 7 yr old red bitch of a larger build than 1. Good head and expression, well balanced with a good topline. Showed well. 

3rd. Innett's Ch Carradine Come On Irene JW.


Minor Puppy Dog (2, 0 abs)


1st. Day’s Trekhilli Pepperazzi, 8 month old very dark brindle shown in a good coat. Wide jaw with strong teeth and a correct bite. Straight front, good length of neck and good shoulders, level topline which he held on the move. Well up to size. Excellent showman. 

2nd. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Aladdin Sane, 8 month red of a smaller mould than 1, he has a good head and eye giving a correct expression. Coat of a good texture. He was difficult to assess as he was a little wayward on the table and on the move.


Puppy Dog (1, 0 abs)


1st. Ball’s Lentrica Let’s Dance at Calamondin, 10 month wheaten brindle with a lovely head and expression, straight front with a good forechest, excels in length of neck flowing into correctly laid shoulders. Good topline and tailset which gives him a lovely outline. I was pleased to award him Best Puppy.


Junior Dog (3, 0 abs)


1st. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Tinsoldat, well balanced red who excels in head which is of correct proportion with good width under the eyes. Good neck and shoulders, level topline. Showed well, just needs to tighten in front movement.       2nd. Goud’s Vale of Atholl’s Earl Of Mansfield, wheaten who was shown in a short coat, lovely head and expression, good neck and shoulders. Moved well in the rear. 

3rd. Farwell’s Svendalens Starry Knight.


Novice Dog (0)


Graduate Dog (7, 2 abs)


1st. Catto’s Birselaw Stay With Me, red brindle with a good strong head and a wicked Cairn expression. Dark eye and a strong jaw with large teeth and a correct scissor bite. Correct layback of shoulders, level topline and a good tailset. Excelled in rear angulation giving him good rear movement. Showed in very full coat. 

2nd. Lamb & Saltmarsh’s Birselaw Dark Charmer, a grey brindle smaller than 1 but well balanced. Moved true both ways. Shown in a short coat. Showed well. 

3rd. Wright’s Glenmont Nicodemus (Imp).


Post Graduate Dog (5, 0 abs)


1st. Yates & Johnson’s Nordcairn’s Quiero Mucho of Pendley (Imp), red who excels in head and has an excellent mouth with a strong wide jaw and large teeth. Straight front with strong feet, good forechest and correct layback of shoulders. Level topline and a good tailset. Well let down short hocks which shows in his rear movement. Moved with plenty of drive. A real showman. 

2nd. Shopland’s Trekhilli Mister Bean at Cherrycrack, very dark brindle with a good head and mouth. Level topline and tailset. Shown in full coat. Showed well. 

3rd. Keeves’ Seveek I Spied That Dream.


Limit Dog (8, 1 abs)


1st. Weinberger’s Correnie Hurricane Fly, red brindle shown in full coat. Good head with correct stop and correct bite. Straight front. Moved around the ring well and showed well. 

2nd. Mears’ Glenmear McIntyre, red brindle who excels in head with a good dark eye, deep stop, strong muzzle, and a wide jaw. Excellent length of neck and very clean shoulders. Good topline and tailset. Moved well in front. Showed well.

3rd. Percy’s Winetta Sir Ivor.


Open Dog (5, 1 abs)


1st. Shaw’s Ch Honeyhall Headboy, brindle with a lovely head and expression, wide jaw with a correct scissor bite. Straight front with strong feet. He has a good length of neck with the correct layback of shoulders. Well angulated rear quarters. Showed and moved around the ring well. Dog C.C. 

2nd. Inett, Harrison, King & Leighton’s Ch Carradine George Flies with Harkinleigh JW, grey brindle shown in full coat. Another dog with a beautiful head, a strong jaw with large teeth. Level topline with a good tailset, and strong hindquarters. Well muscled. Moved with plenty of drive. A close decision between 1 and 2.  Reserve C.C. 

3rd. Lamb & Saltmarsh’s Renshaw There And Back Again Under Macmoon Sh Cm.


Special Beginners Dog (3, 0 abs)


1st. Wright’s Glenmont Nicodemus (Imp), red of a smaller type, shown in a short coarse coat. Good stop and correct bite. Very full of himself. Showed and moved well. 

2nd. Purvis’ Mighty Rearrager with Mosspur, wheaten shown in a correct coat, good eye colour, level topline, moved okay.  3rd. Davies’ Cloverbrook Harris Tweed.


Minor Puppy Bitch (7, 3 abs)


1st. Petts’ Brenndarcy Hunky Dory, 7 month red with a pretty head with dark points and a good stop. Nicely balanced with a good length of leg, level topline and a good tailset. Moved out well. 

2nd. Taylor’s Brenndarcy Oop’s A Daisy, 7 month wheaten with a nice expression, correct mouth. She was difficult to asses, but moved okay when she settled. Gave her handler a hard time. 

3rd. Miller’s Cornton Starr Turn.


Puppy Bitch (5, 0 abs)


1st. Firth’s Lentrica Black Star for Cairngold, a 10 month well balanced wheaten brindle with a pretty head, straight front and a good forechest. Good outline, moved and showed well. 

2nd. Percy’s Winetta I’ve Got A Feeling, 11 month wheaten brindle of a smaller mould than 1, with a pretty head and expression, straight front, good topline and correct tailset. Showed well.

3rd. Felters and Rumens’ Lentrica Fame at Landbuck.


Junior Bitch ( 4, 1 abs)


1st. Yates and Johnson’s Pendley Vivien, a well balanced wheaten brindle with a good head, correct mouth and eye and enough stop, giving a good expression. Level topline and good tail carriage, well let down short hocks, moved with plenty of drive from the rear. An excellent showgirl! Reserve C.C.

 2nd. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Cloudbusting, red with a beautiful head, straight front, good length of neck, level topline, just needs to tighten in front. 

3rd. Purvis’ Mosspur Time After Time.


Novice Bitch (4, 1 abs)


1st. Tiquin’s Winetta Wishing And Hopin TAF, a well balanced wheaten brindle, pretty head, correct mouth and eye, straight front and good forechest. Moved and showed well. 

2nd. Clayton’s Carradine Here Comes Dolly, red of correct proportions, straight front, moved well in the rear. 

3rd. Waite’s Svendalens Knight Passion.


Graduate Bitch (8, 2 abs)


1st. Catto’s Birselaw Paige Turner, very dark brindle who has the most beautiful head with a deep stop, short foreface and a wide jaw with a correct bite. Good length of neck and clean shoulders, strong hindquarters with good angulation and short hocks. Moved well, an excellent showgirl. 

2nd. Osborn’s Tweslam Gimme Gimme Magic JW, red, bigger than 1, good eye and correct mouth with a wide bite, straight front, level topline and a good tailset. Coat of good texture and well groomed. Showed okay. Just didn’t have as much drive as 1. 

3rd. Shorts’ Uniquecottage Gold Avill to Glenchess.


Post Graduate Bitch (3, 1 abs)


1st. Shorts’ Splinterhill’s Amazing Grace to Glenchess, a very dark brindle with a beautiful head and a good expression. Good dark eye and correct mouth. She was a picture standing and moved well from the side and rear, well muscled. Difficult to assess her front movement as she was giving her handler a hard time as she was quite a handful! 

2nd. Miller’s Cornton Rosemaree, wheaten brindle slightly taller than 1 with a good head and expression, correct mouth, good reach of neck and lovely clean shoulders. Moved well.


Limit Bitch (6, 2 abs)


1st. Thomas’ Tycadno Miss Money Penny, a beautiful headed wheaten brindle with a good head and a deep stop. Good forechest, straight front with strong feet, correct layback of shoulders, level topline and a good tailset. Moved and showed well. Would benefit from a little less weight. 

2nd. Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Moonstruck, smaller and shorter coupled than 1, but has a pretty head, good earset and a correct mouth. Straight front and a good topline. Could change places another time. 

3rd. Osborn’s Tweslam Born To Bewitch.


Open Bitch (10, 4 abs)


This was the strongest class of the day, and another time the results could be very different.


1st. Clarke’s  Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW, a wheaten brindle with a dark mask. Head of correct proportions with dark eyes and a good bite. This bitch excels in length of neck and lovely clean shoulders. She has a straight front and good feet, a level topline which she kept on the move, and a good tailset.  She has a coat of a good texture and was well groomed. Moved with purpose around the ring. An excellent showgirl. I judged her when she was a puppy and she has matured well. Pleased to award her Bitch C.C. and Best in Show. 

2nd. Waugh’s Tribannon Minuet, wheaten who is of similar balance to 1. She has a good head, eye and mouth, lovely straight front and good layback of shoulders. Level topline and good tailset, excellent hindquarters and moved with real drive from the rear, double coat of good texture. Just didn’t show as well as 1 but she could change places another time. Considered her for the Reserve Bitch C.C. 

3rd. Thomas’ Tycadno Morning Star.


Special Beginners Bitch (2, 0 abs)


1st.Williams’ Seveek Country Sunset, wheaten brindle, strong head, good outline, showed well. 

2nd. Purvis’ Mosspur Time After Time, pretty headed wheaten, good length of neck, just not holding her tail up today.


Brace (4, 3 abs)


1st. Lamb & Saltmarsh’s, both dogs dark grey brindle, moved okay when they settled. Enjoying themselves.



Sue Dolan