Manchester Championship Show
17 January 2018
Dog CC : Mears’ Glenmear Mcintyre
Res Dog CC :Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Tinsoldat
Bitch CC :Clarke’s Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream Jw (Shortlisted)
Res Bitch CC :Dolan’s Glenrood Spell Dance
Best Puppy :Firth’s Cairngold Chico
Best Veteran : Lamb & Saltmarsh’s Birselaw Fable Of Macmoon Sh.Cm
Pat Clarke, BCC & BOB Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream, Albert Wight, Brian Mears, Glenmear McIntyre,
Linda Firth, BPD & BPIB Cairngold Chico, Jo Lamb, BVD & BVIB Birselaw Fable Of Macmoon Sh.Cm
DCC Glenmear McIntyre, Brian Mears
Albert Wight, RDCC Brenndarcy Tinsoldat, Brenda Shannon
Pat Clarke, BCC Lentrica Dolly Daydream, Sue Dolan, RBCC Glenrood Spell Dance, Albert Wight, Tycadno Dancing Star, Geoff Thomas.
Pd (6 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: Firth’s Cairngold Chico
2nd: Lamb & Saltmarsh Birselaw Come Dancing
3rd:Keeves Seveek Treasure The Dream
Res: Saich’s Glendream Hear Me Roar For Lindcoly
Jd (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Peers Tweedisle Lively Lad
2nd: Reeves Cairngold Bubbly
3rd: Keeves Seveek Treasure The Dream
Pgd (5 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: Lamb & Saltmarsh Birselaw Dark Charmer
For Macmoon Sh.Cm
2nd: Owen Caldwall On Call
3rd: Parker-Tucker Uniquecottage Silver Askin
Ld (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Peers Tweedisle Tugman
2nd: Keeves Seveek I Spied That Dream
3rd: Ball Lentrica Let's Dance At Calamondin
Od (5 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: Mears Glenmear Mcintyre
2nd: Shannon & Storr Brenndarcy Tinsoldat
3rd: Saich Lindcoly Sword In The Stone
Vd (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Lamb & Saltmarsh Birselaw Fable
Of Macmoon Sh.Cm
Pb (10 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: Thomas Tycadno Dancing Star
2nd: Roberts Cannwood Chance The Moment
3rd: Thompson Glenrood Love In A Mist
Res: Saich Lindcoly Oh Carolina (Naf)
Vhc: Williams Corynthean Who Dares Dreams
Jb (5 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Soper Elitecharm Five Of Diamonds
2nd: Saich Lindcoly Hocus Pocus
3rd: Saich Lindcoly The Boy Is Mine Naf
Res: Williams Corynthean Who Dares Dreams
Vhc: Keeves Seveek Wishes N' Dreams Jw Sh.Cm
Pgb (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Rouillon Mistiguette De La Terrardiere
2nd: Parker-Tucker Uniquecottage Fennel
3rd: Saich Lindcoly Let's Just Talk
Res: Saich Lindcoly I Am Moana Naf
Lb (6 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: Parker-Tucker Uniquecottage Florey
2nd: Rouillon Mistiguette De La Terrardiere
3rd: Saich Lindcoly Sweetest Oreo
Res: Peers Tweedisle Carefree
Ob (6 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Clarke Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream Jw
2nd: Dolan Glenrood Spell Dance
3rd:Shannon & Storr Brenndarcy Cloudbusting
Res:Keeves Seveek Hopes 'N' Dreams Jw Sh.Cm
Vhc: Saich’s Lindcoly Heinz Baked Bean
Vb (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Saich Lindcoly Here's Olive
Not the biggest entry of the year and spoiled by absentees which would doubtless be the result of the poor weather conditions. As usual with this lovely breed there was a lively ringside and I have to say that although the numbers were not great, I did have some lovely quality exhibits to go over. The BOB winning bitch was, I believe, winning her 13th CC whilst the BOS dog was made up on the day. And I had two super puppies, one of each sex, from which to choose BP, the nod going to the dog in a photo finish. And finally the BV which was a startlingly young 9 years old which had supped at the fountain of youth.
1 & BP Firth's Cairngold Chico what a lovely start to the day with this so very promising young red dog. Lovely size, well weighted bone and a decent length of leg to give him such balance. Lovely neck, he is well ribbed, decent loin, beautifully set and carried tail and already has well muscled hams. His head is a delight, sufficiently broad in skull, well defined stop, beautiful mouth and teeth and well furnished. To complete the picture he has such good eyes and neat ears. Spotless in coat, he is a consummate showman and moved around the ring with a purposeful and cocky air.
2 Lamb & Saltmarsh's Birselaw Come Dancing With Macmoon another really smart youngster with so much to admire. Loved his head and expression, bright eyes and another which uses his ears so well. Good reach of neck which aids his head carriage and outline decent spring and depth of rib, level back &, correct tail set. He was in excellent coat and just needs to be a little more composed on the move. 3 Keeves' Seveek Treasure the Dream
1 Peers' Tweedisle Lively Lad I just hope this wheaten has stopped growing as I liked him a lot. Beautiful headpiece, super neck and level back over a well sprung ribcage leading to a confidently carried, well furnished tail. He was in really good coat and moved around the ring with a light, positive stride and especially good fore action.
2 Reeves' Cairngold Bubbly this light red is on a smaller scale all through, though perfectly balanced. His head is well proportioned but for me I would like a little more stop definition. I liked his well set, neat ears and again really good and very expressive eyes. Whilst he has a good spring of rib, he needs to develop a bit in forechest as he is somewhat narrow when action fore viewed. His rear action was so positive. 3 S. Treasure the Dream
PGD (5/2) 1 Lamb & Saltmarsh's Birselaw Dark Charmer for Macmoon ShCM medium sized very dark, handsome headed youngster with such good length/height proportions adding to his appeal. I would like his eyes to be a little larger but they are a good shape and well pigmented. Level backed, such a good neck and correct tail. He was on the tiptoe of expectation throughout and was brisk and light footed as he circled the ring.
2 Owen's Caldwell On Call this cream dog is just a little over furnished in head for me. Skull broad enough, moderate stop, well shaped and coloured eyes, ears could be carried a shade higher to aid his expression, really well ribbed and boned with good feet and lovely, well muscled hindquarters. Needs some ring training to settle him on the move as he is a bit erratic. 3 Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Silver Askin.
LD (4/1) 1st Peers' Tweedisle Tugman wheaten of excellent make and shape and he has that air of being a good 'un! I really liked his head, such a good mouth and foreface, well defined stop, eyes slightly deep set and so expressive. He has a lovely ribcage, with ample width in forechest, was presented in super jacket and was so well schooled and controlled on the move. He certainly added to the quality of the line up for the CC.
2 Keeves' Saveek I Spied That Dream very stylish but sadly very out of coat. I appreciated his balanced head, lovely eyes and neat, wide set ears and he does have that almost varminty expression. Ever alert he was a bit unsettled in front action but will do much better when back in coat. 3 Ball's Lentrica Let's Dance at Calamondin.
1 & CC Mears' Glenmear McIntyre won here on the quality of his head and expression. A real Cairn look, middle sized, ample substance and well weighted bone throughout. His coat was in super condition, he is so well ribbed and muscled and once on the move he showed real balance and purpose as he swept around the ring with much conviction. His handler is not the best in the world but the dog did more than enough to convince me he was the best male here! Delighted to hear that this win gives him his crown.
2 & Res CC Shannon & Storr's Brenndarcy Tinsoldat this red dog is, I believe, sitting on 2CCs and todays win makes it 6 or perhaps even 7 RCCs. He is certainly worthy of gaining his crown and surely it should come 'ere long. I liked everything about him as he has that air of quality, all male in outlook, so well bodied, good neck and tail, strongly made hindquarters and so good in profile action. For me he is shown with too much cheek hair which makes his head appear heavier than it is and that made a tough decision easier. But I wish him well. 3 Saich's Lindcoly Sword In The Stone.
VD (1) 1 & BV Lamb & Saltmarsh's Birselaw Fable of Macmoon ShCM 9 years old, in sparkling body and coat, lovely headpiece, bright eyed and bushy tailed as he swept around the ring with much gusto and almost leaving his handler breathless with the pace he has. Lovely make and shape, well weighted bone and a non stop showman. A real character.
1 Thomas' Tycadno Dancing Star so aptly named as this charmer is one with a very bright future. This clever exhibitor always produces something that appeals to me. This youngster has class written all over her. Loved her make and shape, undeniably feminine in head and expression, so well constructed, sufficient rear angulation and a very positive mover. Not yet so finished in coat as the dog puppy but I'm sure she will make her presence felt very quickly.
2nd Robert's Cannwood Chance the Moment another really very promising young cream and I expect she too will have many successes in her career. Bags of style, so well schooled to make the most of her many virtues. Loved her head and expression, well laid shoulders, straightest of fore limbs, good feet and a spirit level backline. Her jacket was immaculate and her profile action light with lots of drive. Not quite so settled coming towards me as Star but that will correct itself, I'm sure. 3rd Thompson's Glenrood Love In A Mist
1 Soper's Elitecharm Five of Diamonds lovely for size, balanced shape, delightful head and expression and she uses her ears non stop. Her outline is so good, she was in good jacket and moved around the ring so positively. A credit in presentation, she has attitude to burn. Needs a little time to fill out in forechest to complete the picture and be a threat to her elders.
2nd Saich's Lindcoly Hocus Pocus wheaten brindle which for me is just a tad short in leg for her rib depth. I liked her spring of rib, supple loin, correct tail and well let down hocks. Here head is balanced, nice eyes, neat ears and in excellent coat. When moving. not quite so collected as and lacking the rear drive of the winner. 3rd Saich's Lindcoly The Boy Is Mine
1 Rouillon's Mistiguette De La Terrardiere I liked his super little French bitch so very much. A real Cairn head and expression, excellent neck, really well bodied, harsh jacket which was superbly presented, level back, correct tail and she is so well muscled. Never stops showing, has a purposeful "I'm in a hurry" action as she circled the ring with such precision and purpose. If only she had that tad more length of leg to give the balance she lacks!!. Despite that shortcoming I felt her qualities had to be rewarded.
2 Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Fennel another with lots to like. For me not quite the stunning eyes and expression of "Madame" but I liked her size, length/height balance, lovely head carriage, excellent fore assembly and her sound action. Shown in excellent coat and she is so at one with her handler. 3 Saich's Lindcoly Let's Just Talk.
1 Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Florey I really did like this lovely bitch which has such an air of quality about her with a delightful headpiece which just exudes Cairn type as I see it So well put together in construction, well boned, lovely ribbing and excellent tail carriage. She has a light, free, ground covering stride as she circles the ring with such ease and purpose. Just played up a little in the challenge but another which will surely go on to her title
2 Mistiguette De La T.
1 CC & BOB Clarke's Ch Lentrica Dolly Daydream JW, so shapely, ultra feminine in head, schooled and presented to perfection. Never put a foot wrong, shows her head off constantly and whenever I glanced her way she was looking statuesque. Truly a top class example of the breed which was a delight to go over and once she had moved around the ring I knew I had found my winner. I
2 & Res CC Dolan's Glenrood Spell Dance similar in make and shape to the winner. Beautiful headpiece, delightful expression, ample neck, clean, smooth backline, well muscled hindquarters and so good in profile action. Not quite so steady when coming towards me as Dolly but I still felt she was good value for the runner up spot. I believe this is her 3rd Res CC. Keep trying! 3 Shannon & Storr's Brenndarcy Cloudbusting
VB (1) 1 Saich's Lindcoly Here's Olive. red which is a credit for her 10 years. Smart as paint, lovely bright expression, has retained a fit and healthy body shape and is still light footed as she moves around the ring.