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Leeds & District Championship Show

Judge Brenda M Shannon (Brenndarcy)

 22nd July 2017 

Dog CC : Weinberger’s Correnie Hurricane Fly 
Res Dog CC : Catto's Birselaw Stay With Me
Bitch CC & BOB : Clarke Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW (Shortlisted in group!)
Res Bitch CC :Smith’s Cannwood  Misty Dawn At Gethlee 
Best Puppy : Peers’ Tweedisle Lively Lad 
Best Veteran : Felters & Rumens' Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands Jw

Richard Rumens, VB & BVIB, Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands JW, Pat Clarke, BCC & BOB Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW, Brenda Shannon, Susan Weinberger, DCC Corennie Hurricane Fly, Louise Peers, BPD & BPIB Tweedisle Lively Lad.


Susan Weinberger, DCC Corennie Hurricane Fly, Brenda Shannon, Yvonne Catto, RDCC Birselaw Stay With Me, Louise Peers BPB Teweedisle Lively Lad

Linda Firth, BPB Cairngold Carolina, BCC Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW, Pat Clarke, Brenda Shannon, Alison Wragg handling Smith’s RBCC Cannwood Misty Dawn At Gethlee



PD (2 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: PEERS Tweedisle Lively Lad 
2nd: REEVES Cairngold Bubbles 


PGD (5 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: BALL Lentrica Let's Dance At Calamondin 
2nd: SMITH Rocasovale Danish Delight 
3rd: GOUD Vale Of Atholl's Earl Of Mansfield 
Res: CARTER & CLARKE Lentrica Rocket Man At Carernwil 
VHC: PEERS Tweedisle Tugman 

LD (6 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: CATTO Birselaw Stay With Me 
2nd: WAUGH Tribuns Licorice Coin At Tribannon (Imp) 
3rd: KEEVES Seveek I Spied That Dream 
Res: SMITH Rocasovale Distant Drums 
VHC: PARKIN Carradine My Mate Matthew 

OD (2 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: WEINBERGER Correnie Hurricane Fly 
2nd: PERCY Winetta Sir Ivor 

VD (1 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: PARKIN Roachdee Mystery Of The Full Moon 

MPB (2 Entries) Abs: 2

PB (3 Entries) Abs: 1 
1st: FIRTH Cairngold Carolina 
2nd: SOPER Elitecharm Five Of Diamonds 

JB (1 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: MILLER Cornton Starr Turn 

PGB (7 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: SMITH Cannwood Misty Dawn At Gethlee 
2nd: FELTERS & RUMENS Lentrica Fame At Landbuck 
3rd: FIRTH & FIRTH Lentrica Black Star For Cairngold 
Res: OSBORN Tweslam Gimme Gimme Magic 
VHC: WILLIAMS Seveek Country Sunset 

LB (3 Entries) Abs: 1 
1st: PERCY Winetta I've Got A Feeling 
2nd: MILLER Cornton Rosemaree 

OB (4 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: CLARKE Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW 
2nd: KEEVES Seveek Hopes 'N' Dreams JW Sh.CM 
3rd: OSBORN Tweslam Born To Bewitch 
Res: GOUD NL Ch Vale Of Atholl's Bessie Mcintyre 

VB (2 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: FELTERS & RUMENS  Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands JW 
2nd: SMITH Glenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee 














Special Bespoke Rosettes,

 A Yorkshire White  Rose from a Yorkshire Lass  Judging in Yorkshire

Blue from the Yorkshire Flag

Tartan for our Scottish Breed

And Silver marking  my 25 years with Danny.



Every picture tells a story..

In July 1992 Danny & I set off on a day out to Harewood House Bird garden, we ended up at Leeds dog show instead!

At the time I had a wheaten pet Cairn called Mr Darcy.

Perhaps a seed was planted...

25 years later here I am judging Cairn Terriers at the same show.

All three Cairns in the photo we took above are now in the pedigrees of our kennel.


I think the three dogs are;

Ron Birch's Ch Kinkim Bruff Too Flox

Sue Tutchings' Ch Crowneast Special Vintage

Norma Newton's Ch Strathinver Smartguy

(But stand to be corrected)






The rings half an hour before Judging

From the tent  roof!

The benches



Leeds & District Championship Show

Judge Brenda M Shannon (Brenndarcy)

 22nd July 2017 


Leeds Dog show was the first I ever visited, this was 25 years ago and I had a pet Cairn Terrier called Darcy, so I was delighted with my invitation. Not a massive entry which made it difficult to judge to type,  there is quite a variance in type these days sadly not all fitting our breed standard. Bitches were of overall better quality. 

Due to the early morning Monsoon weather conditions a lot of the males still had damp coats. This also delayed judging.

Thank you to all my exhibitors some of whom travelled a long way.


MPD No Entries 

PD (2 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Peers’ Tweedisle Lively Lad, attractive 10 months old wheaten brindle with a good head, excellent mouth, good stop, correct earset and forechest. Liked his size and overall make and shape, lovely showman who handled himself well on the grass. Good bone and conformation. Moved well going away. Pleased to award him BPIB.
2nd: Reeves' Cairngold Bubbles, another good male puppy who when focused stood well, he has a lovely shaped eye and attractive head with those desirable dark points. Not as well schooled as one on the move, but has a good front and rear when settled. Good bone, an all round promising youngster.

Jd No Entries 

Pgd (5 Entries) Abs: 0 

A difficult class to judge, dogs of different type, stage and quality.
1st: Ball's Lentrica Let's Dance At Calamondin, up to size 18 months wheaten brindle, won this class on movement, excellent head with dark points. Correct dentition. Although coat not at its best he handled well and was in good body condition. Would prefer him to be a tad smaller all round.
2nd: Smith's Rocasovale Danish Delight, smaller and maturer all round than one. This two year old handled  and moved well. Loved his head, coat of correct texture and in good condition. tailset and top line ok .
3rd: Goud’s Vale Of Atholl's Earl Of Mansfield 
Ld (6 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Catto’s  Birselaw Stay With Me, dark brindle won this class on movement. excellent showman, shown in full coat of good texture, plenty of forechest. Pleasing head and expression, pleased to award him the RDCC
2nd: Waugh's Tribuns Licorice Coin At Tribannon (Imp), rangier than one, side movement bang on, but was erratic at times when going fore and aft. Tail set good, close decision, just preferred showmanship of 1.
3rd: Keeves’ Seveek I Spied That Dream 

Od (2 Entries) Abs: 0 

1st: Weinberger's Correnie Hurricane Fly, I gave this handsome 3 yr old wheaten brindle the RDCC last time I judged. On form today, pleased that he has matured well. Shown in full coat of good condition, he has a good level top line and correct tailset. Good bone & forechest. Attractive head with correct mouth, dark eye & lovely dark points. Moved, showed and handled well for his owner. Well deserved DCC

2nd: Percy’s Winetta Sir Ivor, attractive dark brindle. Good masculine head, well made with a good outline presenting a level topline kept on the move. presented in excellent coat and condition.

Vd (1 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Parkin's Roachdee Mystery Of The Full Moon, Judged this 10 year old bright red masculine boy many times, he still enjoys the showring. Handling well for his owner who keeps him in lovely condition.


Mpb (2 Entries) Abs: 2
PB (3 Entries) Abs: 1 .

1st: Firth's Cairngold Carolina, 11 months. Loved this outgoing red bitch, excellent front, topline and tailset. dark points adding to a very attractive head with ex stop & good mouth, showed and handled well. Good bone and forechest,. Bright future.

2nd: Soper's  Elitecharm Five Of Diamonds, I liked this 10 month old  wheaten. Steady alert and pretty showgirl, nice make and shape & moves soundly. Good head with definite stop. Different type to, but close up on 1, her coat letting her down today, but a good one coming through. Another one to watch in the future.

Jb (1 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Miller’s Cornton Starr Turn, "One the judge would like to take home" comes to mind, super well balanced 14 month old wheaten brindle show girl, in good harsh coat with correct mouth, good stop, front, topline, tailset and forechest. Feminine head and expression, being on her own in the ring didn't spoil her enthusiasm. Showed all out.

Pgb (7 Entries) Abs: 0  A lovely class of up and coming future stars. not enough cards to go round.
1st: Smith’s Cannwood Misty Dawn At Gethlee, another ultra feminine bitch, cream with those desirable dark points, one I have admired from afar. just out of junior she is steady on the move with a good straight front. level topline and correct tailset. well presented and handled. One who's character shows through. Challenged hard to win her class and gain the RBCC
2nd: Felters & Rumens’ Lentrica Fame At Landbuck, another I have admired from afar and not disappointed. Good steady mover, well constructed, good front movement when settled. shown in good coat and condition. Liked her make and shape. Another just out of junior and maturing well.
3rd: Firth & Firth’s Lentrica Black Star For Cairngold 
Lb (3 Entries) Abs: 1 
1st: Percy’s Winetta I've Got A Feeling. This 18 month old Wh brindle with dark points excels in head, she is so feminine. Good front, excellent mover all ways. Shown in ex coat and condition. Liked her overall make and shape. pressed hard for top honours.
2nd: Miller’s Cornton Rosemaree, unlucky to be up against one. Another quality bitch from this kennel, sound with a good coat and moved well.

Ob (4 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Clarke’s Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream Jw. Very confident show girl. Attractive outline, well presented and handled, worthy champion, this bitch has everything in the right place. Moved well both ways BCC & BOB - Shortlisted in group.
2nd: Keeves’ Seveek Hopes N' Dreams Jw Sh.Cm. this girl is lovely to go over, so well constructed, coat, tailset, topline all in order. But like her litter brother (3rd in LD) lacks focus on her showmanship. Hope she gets her act together soon.
3rd: Osborn’s Tweslam Born To Bewitch. 
Vb (2 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: Felters & Rumens’ Ch Landbuck Jazz Hands Jw, at 9 years old she was one of the best movers of the day. There are so many Cairns in the show ring today without her "Drive". This Bitch is so well put together, hard to fault her, she belies her age. Sound, good and attractive head, good coat texture. Top show girl!
2nd: Smith’s Glenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee, 9 Year old dark brindle, larger all round than one, presented in good coat, moved steadily with encouragement from handler, she just didn't have the enthusiasm of 1 today.

Brenda Shannon