Terrier Association Championship Show
17 Nov 2018
Judge Dawn Inett (Carradine)
DCC & BOS; Kinton’s Ch Woodthorpe I Know The Code
RDCC; Saich’s Lindcoly Holwing Mad Murdoc
BCC & BIS; Yates-Johnson’s Ch Pendley Vivien
RBCC & RBIS; Parker Tucker’s Uniquecottage Florrey
BPD & BPID; Waugh’s Tribannon Karamak
BVIS; Dolan’s Ch Glenrood Masqerade
Joanne Johnson, BCC & BIS Ch Pendley Vivien, Dawn Inett, Ruth Parker-Tucker,
RBCC & RBIS Uniquecottage Florey, Sue Kinton DCC Ch Woodthorpe I Know The Code.
Ann Waugh, BPD & BPIS Trbannon Karamak, Dawn Inett,
Gerry Robinson, BPB Cruzo Curtain Call
Sue Kinton, DCC Ch Woodthorpe I Know The Code, Dawn Inett, Karen Saich,
RDCC Lindcoly Holwing Mad Murdoch, Ann Waugh, BPD Tribannon Karamak
Joanne Johnson, BCC Ch Pendley Vivien, Dawn Inett, Ruth Parker-Tucker,
RBCC Uniquecottage Florey, Gerry Robinson, BPB Cruzo Curtain Call
Class 1 - VET DOG / BITCH - 4 ENTRIES - 2 ABSENT
9. CH. GLENROOD MASQERADE (B)
Absent 30. CH. TWESLAM MAID BY MAGIC JW (B)
50. SVENDALENS MEMOIRE CHERRIE (B)
Absent 73. GLENMEAR SPROXTON LASS OF GETHLEE (B)
1st 9 2nd 50 3rd Res VHC
Class 2 - MINOR PUPPY DOG - 2 ENTRIES - 1 ABSENT
56. STOUTHEART EINSTEIN FOR LINDCOLY
Absent 59. NO COPYRIGHT WALK IT TALK IT (TAF)
1st 56 2nd 3rd Res VHC
Class 3 - PUPPY DOG - 3 ENTRIES - 1 ABSENT
35. TOM TRICK’S INCREDIBLY ILAY OF
UNIQUECOTTAGE (SWE IMP)
83. TRIBANNON KARAMAK
Absent 59. No Copyright Walk It Talk It (TAF)
1st 83 2nd 35 3rd Res VHC
Class 4 - JUNIOR DOG - 4 ENTRIES - 2 ABSENT
Absent 24. CHEZAKU THE COMPOSER
27. CORNTON FYNE FETTLE
Absent 52. CANNWOOD KORINTHIAN
66. BRENNDARCY BALDRICK
1st 27 2nd 66 3rd Res VHC
Class 5 - NOVICE DOG - 1 ENTRY
67. CALE HILL’S GO ABOVE AND BEYOND FOR
BRENNDARCY (DNK IMP)
1st 67 2nd 3rd Res VHC
Class 6 - POST GRADUATE DOG - 4 ENTRIES
17. SEVEEK TREASURE THE DREAM
36. UNIQUECOTTAGE GREY BALM
51. MIGHTY REARRANGER WITH MOSSPUR
60. GLENDREAM HEAR ME ROAR FOR LINDCOLY
1st 36 2nd 17 3rd 60 Res 51 VHC
Class 7 - LIMIT DOG - 6 ENTRIES - 2 ABSENT
3. LENTRICA ROCKETMAN AT CARERNWIL
Absent 28. CORNTON DARK CORRIE
37. UNIQUECOTTAGE SILVER ASKIN
Absent 45. WINETTA QUEST FOR FAME
63. LINDCOLY HOLWING MAD MURDOC
69. TREKHILLI MISTER BEAN AT CHERRYCRACK
1st 63 2nd 69 3rd 3 Res 37 VHC
Class 8 - OPEN DOG - 7 ENTRIES - 1 ABSENT
14. CH. IR CH. CADAGIO DON'T STOP ME NOW
15. CADAGIO TAKE THAT
18. SEVEEK I SPIED THAT DREAM
22. CH. WOODTHORPE I KNOW THE CODE
33. CALDWALL CALL TO ORDER
41. TWEEDISLE LIVELY LAD
Absent 84. CH. TRIBUNS LICORICE COIN AT
TRIBANNON (IMP SW)
1st 22 2nd 15 3rd 33 Res 41 VHC 18
Class 9 - SPECIAL BEGINNERS DOG / BITCH - 3 ENTRIES
25. CANNWOOD CALL ME AGGIE (B)
87. CORYNTHEAN WHO DARES DREAMS (B)
51. Mighty Rearranger With Mosspur (D)
1st 25 2nd 87 3rd 51 Res VHC
Class 10 - MINOR PUPPY BITCH - 5 ENTRIES
16. CADAGIO LET’S GET THE PARTY STARTED
19. SEVEEK CHERRY’S DREAM
54. CRUZO CURTAIN CALL
61. LINDCOLY ANY DREAM WILL DO (NAF)
79. CASTLELINE CORRIE
1st 54 2nd 16 3rd 61 Res 19 VHC 79
Class 11 - PUPPY BITCH - 5 ENTRIES - 1 ABSENT
10. WHISPERS AT DAWN AT GLENROOD
55. CRUZO CAT BALLOU
62. LINDCOLY HOWLING WHOOPI
76. TYCADNO YOURS TRULY
Absent 85. TRIBANNON BOURBON
1st 55 2nd 76 3rd 10 Res 62 VHC
Class 12 - JUNIOR BITCH - 6 ENTRIES - 1 ABSENT
4. LENTRICA DOLLY MIXTURE AT CARERNWIL
5. BIRSELAW VIKING PRINCESS
42. TWEEDISLE REMEMBER DEE
57. LINDCOLY THE BOY IS MINE
64. LINDCOLY ENID BLYTON
Absent 86. TRIBANNON BALANCHINE
1st 5 2nd 4 3rd 42 Res 64 VHC 57
Class 13 - NOVICE BITCH - 8 ENTRIES - 3 ABSENT
1. CLOVERBROOK MAID FOR GOLD
11. GLENROOD KATERINA
Absent 38. UNIQUECOTTAGE SILVER AGNES
Absent 43. TWEEDISLE FOREVER TANSY
Absent 47. DOONRAE PRIVATE DANCER
72. SEVEEK APRIL APRICOT
80. GLENROOD LOVE IN A MIST
76. Tycadno Yours Truly
1st 72 2nd 76 3rd 1 Res 11 VHC 80
Class 14 - POST GRAD BITCH - 9 ENTRIES - 2 ABSENT
8. SVENDALENS KNIGHTS PASSION
20. SEVEEK WITH CORYNTHEAN SHARING DREAMS
39. UNIQUECOTTAGE FENNEL
Absent 44. TWEEDISLE GUINEVERE
53. CANNWOOD CHANCE THE MOMENT
Absent 65. LINDCOLY MOANA TILLY
81. CASTLELINE CALADONIAN LASS
25. Cannwood Call Me Aggie
87. Corynthean Who Dares Dreams
1st 53 2nd 20 3rd 39 Res 25 VHC 81
Class 15 – LIMIT BITCH - 13 ENTRIES - 3 ABSENT
6. BIRSELAW PAIGE TURNER
23. WOODTHORPE ENIGMA
29. CORNTON STARR TURN
Absent 31. TWESLAM GIMME GIMME MAGIC
Absent 46. WINETTA I’VE GOT A FEELING
48. BRENNDARCY HUNKY DORY AMONG DOONRAE
58. LINDCOLY SWEETEST OREO
71. UNIQUECOTTAGE GOLD AVILL TOGLENCHESS
74. CANNWOOD MISTY DAWN AT GETHLEE
Absent 75. ELITECHARM FIVE OF DIAMONDS
77. TYCADNO DANCING STAR
82. PENTICHARM KNIGHT STAR
88. SEVEEK COUNTRY SUNSET AT CORYNTHEAN
1st 82 2nd 77 3rd 48 Res 88 VHC 6
Class 16 - OPEN BITCH - 8 ENTRIES - 2 ABSENT
2. CLOVERBROOK COPYRIGHT
12. CH. GLENROOD SPELL DANCE JW
13. LENTRICA FAME AT LANDBUCK
21. CH. SEVEEK HOPES N DREAMS JW Sh.CM.
Absent 32. TWESLAM BORN TO BEWITCH
40. UNIQUECOTTAGE FLOREY
Absent 78. TYCADNO MISS MONEY PENNY
89. CH. PENDLEY VIVIEN
1st 89 2nd 40 3rd 13 Res 12 VHC 2
Judge needed a practice before judging Show
President checking “ Has she judged previously”
Puppy’s watching seriously to those in the ring
Alan’s studying form but where is the bookmaker
Shhh, be quiet, a head has got ears
Phil & Milly watching the dogs in the ring
Cairn Terrier Association Championship Show, 17th November 2018, Judge – Dawn Inett (Carradine)
Thank you to the Officers and Committee for inviting me to judge. A special thanks to Phillip Horspool for his supportive stewarding and Gail Day for assisting. The show, from my view, had a great atmosphere and a "buzz" all day. I thoroughly enjoyed my day and thanks to the exhibitors for bringing their dogs under me. I was thrilled with my entry and, at the risk of sounding overly passionate about my hobby, it's very heart-warming to see the breed is in a good place at the moment; right from the MP classes through to the O classes there was quality to be found. We do need to watch heads to ensure we do not allow narrow heads to become the norm, the head should be of substance and strength but not large. Fronts, again we must not allow flat fronts to creep in, we need layback of shoulder enabling forward reach. Length of back, we need length from ribs not loin. Hindquarters were mostly satisfactory with only a few tucked under. Coats were in varying states of growth and presentation. Cairns should be tidied to show their outline. I don't mind a wild hairdo on top of a great body but exhibitors must remember that this is a show and they should be showing off their dogs virtues to advantage.
In bitches, Novice, Limit and Open were very strong classes. The standard in these three classes was amongst some of the best that I have judged. As a Judge it is frustrating when there are more than 5 outstanding dogs and you can't place them all. Both Limit and Open had to see top quality bitches unplaced simply because there were not enough placings available. The quality was such that it would have been lovely to have several CC's let alone 1st places!
It is always interesting to get home and "study form" in the catalogue. There were several breeding similarities in several Cairns that I really admired.
Many thanks to all the exhibitors for accepting my decisions with good grace.
Veteran D/B (4 entered, 2 absent)
1st Dolan's Ch Glenrood Masqerade, Best Veteran. 9 yrs old shown in great coat and condition. Lovely feminine head with correct bite, correct topline which she held on the move, lovely tailset, moved out well.
2nd Purvis' Svendalens Memoire Cherrie, shown in lovely coat and condition, pretty expression from correct eye, happy and at one with her handler.
Minor Puppy Dog (2,1)
1st Saich's Stoutheart Einstein For Lindcoly, upstanding male, shown in lovely coat and condition, correct eye, would prefer more width to skull, front assembly all good with correct feet and bone, moved OK for age and showed well.
Puppy Dog (3,1) Two lovely top quality young males. Am sure they will both have bright futures.
1st Waugh's Tribannon Karamak, BPIS. Excellent head with correct eye and colour, correct ear placement, lovely head to body balance. Scored over 2nd in shoulder placement which, when he settled and performed, produced good reach in front. Shown in full coat. Well up to size and don't want him any bigger, one hopes he has done all his growing and will now just mature. Lovely substantial short tail.
2nd Parker-Tucker's Tom Trick's Incredibly Ilay of Uniquecottage (Swe Imp) Similar remarks apply to this dog as for 1st BUT would like him a tad shorter in muzzle. Out of coat today but this is temporary and what was there, was of correct texture.
Junior Dog (4,2)
1st Miller's Cornton Fyne Fettle, considered for RCC. Aptly named! Lovely head structure, could have used his ears more to advantage, When he moved out at the correct speed, he covered the ground well. Shown in full coat of correct texture, in good condition throughout, lovely tailset and backend construction producing, once he got going, drive. A dog in fine fettle!
2nd Shannon & Storr's Brenndarcy Baldrick. A very smart male, shown in good coat and condition, correct head with lovely eye shape and colour. Preferred front assembly of 1st. This dog wasn't behaving today but is a quality male with much to like.
Novice Dog (1,0)
1st Shannon & Storr's Cale Hill's Go Above and Beyond for Brenndarcy (DNK Imp). Shown in good condition, coat a little short at the moment but what was there was of the best quality, correct front assembly, moving a little close behind today. Would like to see him with time on his back, very "raw" at the moment but one to watch with maturity.
Post Grad Dog (4,0)
1st Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Grey Balm. Lovely male, all around sound dog, When settled he moved well, shown in good coat and condition.
2nd Keeves' Seveek Treasure The Dream. Lovely head and eye but somewhat out of condition today and needing some ringracft training to enable him to show off his virtues.
3rd Saich's Glendream Hear Mr Roar for Lindcoly. A typy male with attractive head and eye. Correct front assembly, in good coat and condition. Would prefer a straighter tail carriage to improve his outline. Of good type.
Limit Dog (6,4) Lovely class of quality males
1st Saich's Lindcoly Holwing Mad Murdoc, RCC. Outstanding male, bang on for size. Everything where it should be, a little weak in pastern but of correct type throughout and a good honest Cairn. He is not, as he appears, heavy in neck/shoulder, once you battle through his plentiful coat, he is correct! His coat is of correct type but would benefit from being tidied to enhance his many virtues. A lovely dog! Same sire at the RBCC.
2nd Shopland's Trekhilli Mister Bean at Cherrycrack. Lovely headed male, no mistaking his masculinity, not holding his topline on the move today which pushed him into 2nd. Shown in great coat and condition. Lovely tail carriage and set on.
3rd Carter's Lentricia Rocketman At Carernwil. Forms a picture standing, very well presented male with great tail and set on but would prefer more width to skull and more positive front action. A quality male but pushed back to 3rd today behind two quality males.
Open Dog (7,6) Another really lovely class with some top-class males to choose from.
1st Kinton's Ch Woodthorpe I Know The Code, DCC & BOS. Outstanding male of correct proportions. Lovely head with width and substance, correct bite and ear placement, lovely eye shape and correct colour. Shown in great coat and condition. A really lovely male who is made correctly, he is quality and fits the standard throughout. A pleasure to judge him and award him CC. He got a little "bouncy" in the challenge for RBIS and lost out to the BRCC but he is quality! Awarded his sire a CC back in 2012.
2nd Hogarty's Cadagio Take That, considered for RCC. Presents a lovely outline when standing and on the move. Shown in great coat and condition, moved out well with lovely head and eye, correct type throughout, just couldn't match 1st for "finish" today.
3rd Owen's Caldwall Call To Order. Lovely quality male with super head, sound throughout. Just not the presence of 1st and 2nd and had to settle for 3rd
4th Peers' Tweedisle Lively Lad and 5th Keeves' Seveek I Spied That Dream. Two good quality males.
Special Beginners D/B (3,0)
1st Metcalf-Sault's Cannwood Call Me Aggie, Best Special Beginner. Pretty headed wheaten, lovely coat and shown in great condition. Very attentive to her handler.
2nd Williams' Corynthean Who Dares Dreams. Pretty headed youngster shown in good coat carrying a little too much weight.
3rd Purvis' Mighty Rearranger with Mosspur. Correct coat texture but not overly interested in showing today
Minor Puppy B (5,0) A lovely class
1st Robinson's Cruzo Curtain Call, Best Minor Puppy. Absolutely stunning head on this youngster, correct stop and eyes of lovely colour and set, creating such a typical expression, lovely neat little ears. A well put together puppy showing great promise. She is well up to size so please don't grow anymore....!! Loved her throughout, she has a great tail, correct length and substance. When she came into the ring, I wasn't overly pleased by her size but once I went over her, she really impressed and fits the standard. Should have a very bright future. Has the same sire as BPIS and you could see the likeness!
2nd Hogarty's Cadagio Let's Get The Party Started. Caught my eye when she came into the ring. Super showy puppy with great presence and confidence. Lovely outline but just couldn't match 1st for head properties. A totally different type to 1st but nonetheless of great quality, could do with losing a bit of puppy fat. A really good quality pup.
3rd Saich's Lindcoly Any Dream Will Do (NAF). A pretty feminine puppy shown in great coat and condition.
Puppy B (6,5) First 3 are all lovely puppies carrying different virtues
1st Robinson's Cruzo Cat Ballou. Well up to size everything where I would want it for a pup of this age. Pretty well made head with lovely eye, well put together throughout, shown in great body and condition. Couldn't match her little sister in rear action and lost out for BPB
2nd Thomas' Tycadno Yours Truly. A beautifully headed puppy, carrying too much weight today to take top honours. A puppy out of the top drawer and one I liked very much.
3rd Dolan's Whispers at Dawn at Glenrood. A lovely appealing puppy but not quite yet as balanced as 1st an 2nd, would like a little more length to balance her out.
Junior B (6,1)
1st Catto's Birselaw Viking Princess, Best Junior, considered for RCC. Really impressed by this youngster. Loved her size and shape. She has a sweet feminine head with correct head proportions, flowing into well made shoulders and level topline. Great tail and set. She moved out well but still has a lot of "puppiness" about her. Her day will come. Very excited to watch her develop.
2nd Carter's Lentricia Dolly Mixture at Carernwil. A lovely quality bitch, not the feminine head and expression of 1st but is very well made throughout and of good type. An all around sound Cairn.
3rd Peer's Tweedisle Remember Dee. Good type of Cairn but a little short of coat and carrying a bit too much weight today, unlucky to meet 1st and 2nd. With time she should mature to be lovely.
Novice B (8,3) At first look I couldn't quite believe that this was a Novice class, the quality in this class was outstanding. It was testing to split this class down into placings and would have liked more 1st's!
1st Smedley's Seveek April Apricot, Best Novice. A really typey youngster with beautiful head and expression. Very showy and moved out well. Correct size and presented a beautiful picture when standing.
2nd Thomas' Tycadno Yours Truly, 2nd in Puppy.
3rd Braybrook's Cloverbrook Maid for Gold. A quality youngster just out of puppy, very smart outline of correct proportions, short on coat but a lovely bitch throughout.
Post Grad B (9,2)
1st Roberts' Cannwood Chance The Moment. Very showy bitch with lovely shape and balance. Correct head, great length of neck flowing into well placed shoulders and holding her topline on the move, correct tail set. Very good quality bitch.
2nd Keeves' Seveek With Corynthean Sharing Dreams. Full of character. Showed well and moved OK when settled. In need of better coat.
3rd Parker-Tucker Uniquecottage Fennel. Good quality honest Cairn.
Limit (13, 3) A very good quality class. I would have liked to have 10 placings to reward the quality in this class. Each one of the Cairns in this class was worthy of a place.
1st Vaugham's Penticharm Knight Star, considered for RCC. Well up to size, has lovely balance and typical outline. Pretty feminine head with good eye placement, shape and colour. Correct ear placement and head structure. Lovely length of neck flowing into satisfactory shoulders, lovely spring of rib and length of loin. Well made backend. All her virtues fitted together to produce a very typy Cairn who moved out well around the ring.
2nd Thomas' Tycadno Dancing Star. Not at all focused today which was a shame as she is of great quality. She would not show her movement off at all today, she is made right and I would expect her to move well but she had other ideas! Lovely head, correct throughout, carrying a little too much weight. Her day will come!
3rd Petts' Brenndarcy Hunky Dory Among Doonrae. Very pretty bitch, longer cast than 1st and 2nd, pretty head with strong neck flowing into good shoulders. Very showy typy Cairn.
4th William's Seveek Country Sunset at Corynthean. Lovely shape and balance, moved soundly but carrying too much weight today.
5th Catto's Birselaw Paige Turner. Lovely type of Cairn from a larger mould but lovely to go over and everything where it should be.
There were five unplaced Cairns of great type and quality. A superb class.
Open (8,2) Six Cairns present and all of top quality. I thought the first two made a "great pair" together
1st Yates-Johnson's Ch Pendley Vivien, BCC & BIS. I wrote in my notes "outstanding". Lovely head, correctly made with width and substance but maintaining femininity. Lovely sized ears correctly placed. Strong neck of medium length, lovely shoulders producing great forward reach on the move. My hands flowed down her neck, over her clean shoulders along her level firm topline and into a well set on tail, which was of substance. Great backend correctly constructed which enabled her to drive herself around the ring with ease. I could quite easily pull up a comfy chair and watch her "go" all day! A top quality Cairn of great type with that "X" factor that took her to 1st place over some other very good quality Cairns in this class.
2nd Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Florey, RCC & Res BIS. Very similar type to 1st. loved her feminine head and construction throughout which is so typical. She looked a picture standing, great balance and outline. She was on top form today. To go over, she is well constructed with everything where it should be. She took RCC over some lovely bitches and RBIS over the dog, who himself is outstanding. This bitch was flowing in her movement in the final challenge. Same sire as the RDCC winner
3rd Felters & Rumens' Lentricia Fame at Landbuck. A lovely quality bitch with great femininity. Very showy, loved her size and type, well made throughout. Couldn't match 1st and 2nd for front action on the move.
4th Dolan's Ch Glenrood Spell Dance JW and 5th Braybrook's Cloverbrook Copyright, these two bitches are of great quality and should not be dismayed with 4th and 5th in this exceptionally strong class. 4th is an upstanding typy bitch who showed herself well but, for me couldn't match the femininity of 1st -3rd. 5th is a lovely bitch with much to like. She has everything where you want it and moved out around the ring.
I really would have liked 6 CC's for this open class – the only one "unplaced" was a quality bitch too Keeves' Ch Seveek Hopes N Dreams JW Sh.CM.
Dawn Inett (Carradine)