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The Welsh Kennel Club 2018

Cairn Terrier

Judge: Mr R Irving


DCC : Waugh's Ch Tribuns Licorice Coin At Tribannon (Swed Imp)

RDCC : Keeves' Seveek I Spied That Dream

BOB & BCC : Dolan's Glenrood Spell Dance Jw

RBCC : Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Florey

Best Puppy : Waugh's  Tribannon Karamak

Best Veteran : Smith's Glenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee



BCC & BOB Glenrood Spell Dance Jw, Sue Dolan, Ronnie Irving, Ann Waugh,

DCC Ch Tribun Licorice Coin At Tribannon,

Roy Nuttall, BPD & BPIB Waugh's  Tribannon Karamak, Ronnie Irving,

Jo Smith, BVIB Glenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee



Ann Waugh, DCC Ch Tribuns' Licorice Coin At Tribannon, Ronnie Irving, Jane Keeves,

RDCC Seveek I Spied That Dream, Roy Nuttall, BPD Tribannon Karamak.

Sue Dolan, BCC Glenrood Spell Dance JW, Ronnie Irving, Ruth Parker-Tucker, RBCC  Uniquecottage Florey, Ann Waugh, BPB Tribannon Bourbon.


Vd No Entries


Mpd (4 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Waugh's Tribannon Karamak

2nd: Day's Tribannon Chocolate Chip At Trekhilli

3rd: Parker-Tucker's Tom Trick's Incredibly Ilay Of Uniquecottage Taf (

Res: Bateman's Carradine Whiskey Mac


Pd (1 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Shannon & Storr's Cale Hill's Go Above And Beyond

 For Brenndarcy (Im


Jd (2 Entries) Abs: 1

1st: Keeves' Seveek Treasure The Dream


Nd (1 Entries) Abs: 0

No Entries


Gd (1 Entries) Abs: 0

No Entries


Pgd (1 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Silver Askin


 Ld (4 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Keeves' Seveek I Spied That Dream

2nd: Carter, & Clarke's Lentrica Rocket Man At Carernwil

3rd: Owen's Caldwall Call To Order

Res: Peers' Tweedisle Lively Lad


Od (5 Entries) Abs: 2

1st: Waugh's Ch Tribuns Licorice Coin At Tribannon (Swed Imp)

2nd: Ball's Lentrica Let's Dance At Calamondin

3rd: Shopland's Trekhilli Mister Bean At Cherrycrack



Vb (1 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Smith'sGlenmear Sproxton Lass Of Gethlee


 Mpb (5 Entries) Abs: 2

1st: Waugh's Tribannon Bourbon

2nd: Bateman's Carradine Mon Mon Sherry

3rd: Bateman & Ravenhill's Carradine Fizz Bomb


Pb (4 Entries) Abs: 2

1st: Carter's Lentrica Dolly Mixture At Carernwil

2nd: Peers' Tweedisle Remember Dee


Jb (5 Entries) Abs: 1

1st: Thomas' Tycadno Dancing Star

2nd: Lund's Cairngold Brandy Snap

3rd: Thompson's Glenrood Love In A Mist

Res: Keeves' Seveek With Corynthean Sharing Dreams


Nb (1 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: No Entries


Gb No Entries


Pgb (3 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Fennel

2nd: Shopland's Cherrycrack Fair Rosamund

3rd: Soper's Elitecharm Five Of Diamonds


Lb (4 Entries) Abs: 1

1st: Petts' Brenndarcy Hunky Dory Among Doonrae

2nd: Osborn's Tweslam Born To Bewitch

3rd: Smith's Cannwood Misty Dawn At Gethlee


Ob (5 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: Dolan's Glenrood Spell Dance Jw

2nd: Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Florey

3rd: Shannon & Storr's Ch Brenndarcy Cloudbusting

Res: Thomas' Tycadno Miss Moneypenny

Vhc: Short's Splinterhill's Amazing Grace To Glenchess




















Graham's Outtakes

Bottles up - Get set- and Go!


Setting up the Dog Agility Ring.

Nat West Bank

Tribute to the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society - Forestry

The Band Stand



I was pleased to judge the breed at this show though I was of course sorry about the reason to be standing in; namely that the scheduled Judge Liz Cartledge had taken ill. I am sure we all wish to join in sending our best wishes to her for a speedy recovery to good health. I thought that, as on the last occasion I judged the breed in the UK, in the main heads were pretty good and that fronts were better than expected. Coats were also good but size continues to be rather variable. 


MPD (4) 1. Waugh's Tribannon Karamak, scored for topline and tailset. Good in head for his age. Scored over 3 for front and tailset. Correct proportions and not as big as 2. Good feet. Moved OK in front and strode out well behind. Scored over his sister for best puppy as was of a better size.

2. Day's Tribannon Chocolate Chip at Trekhilli, a shade taller than 1 but very good in neck and topline, not quite as good as 1 in front but he too moved well behind. Good coat and pleasing in head and expression Correct tail and tail carriage.

3. Parker-Tucker's Tom Trick's Incredibly Ilay of Uniquecottage TAF 


PD (1) 1. Shannon & Storr's Cale Hill's Go Above and Beyond for Brenndarcy, Good in head and expression with a good eye OK in ears and correct stop and skull. Good neck. Coat could be better. Correct tail and tail carriage. Could move a bit more tidily in front and, having a good deal of bend of stifle, he was slightly close behind. Enough bone. 


JD (2,1) 1. Keeves' Seveek Treasure the Dream, another with good head and eye with the right size of ears well carried. Looks good and showed OK standing but needs a bit more ring discipline going around the ring. This would make his outline look better. Enough coat of good texture. Moved well in front and was sufficiently angulated behind. 


PGD (1) 1. Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Silver Askin, a dog with very pleasing dark points, ears and muzzle. Good in eye shape and size, Good strength of jaw. Good topline but didn't behave all that well moving up and down but seemed sound in front and hind movement. Good tail sometimes carried a bit high. Excellent rugged appearance. 


LD (4) 1. Keeves' Seveek I Spied That Dream, very pleasing in head and expression and scored there over 2. Excellent neck and good topline, coat not too bad and though he moved well in front he could drive slightly better behind at times. Good general outline and proportions. Went on to win RDCC

2. Carter & Clarke's Lentrica Rocket Man at Carernwil, also very good in outline but he didn't have quite the head and expression of the winner. Good ears and eye. Pleasing in coat and moved OK. Didn't yet have the head or mature development of the winner.

3. Owens' Caldwall Call to Order. 


OD (5,2) 1. Waugh's Ch Tribuns Licorice Coin at Tribannon, not a small dog but very well proportioned with good length to height ratio. Very good in head and expression with good stop. Excellent neck, topline and tailset. Good coat of the right texture and enough bone. Has ring presence. Moved rather better in front than behind. A quality and typey exhibit that went on to take the DCC

2. Ball's Lentrica Let's Dance at Calamondin, another dog that was good in head and eye and was better for size than 1 but movement was not so positive as 1 and he could do with just a shade more neck.

3. Shopland's Trekhilli Mister Bean at Cherrycrack 


VB (1) 1. Smith's Glenmear Sproxton Lass of Gethlee, seemed a bit stuffy in outline and didn't hold her outline well going around the ring but very good in head and eye with enough stop and correct in muzzle. Enough bone. Excellent coat quantity and texture and moved out well behind.


MPB (5, 2) 1. Waugh's Tribannon Bourbon, not a small bitch but OK behind and scored for head and outline and showed better than 2. Excellent coat. Good neck. Correct tail and tail set and had the right amount of bend of stifle. Well balanced and good enough for age in front and behind. 

2. Bateman's Carradine Mon Mon Sherry, good size but not quite the head of the winner, could do with just a shade more strength of foreface Good topline and scored over 3 behind. Coat good for age and correct length and shape of tail.

3. Bateman & Ravenhill's Carradine Fizz Bomb 


PB (4,2) 1. Carter's Lentrica Dolly Mixture at Carernwil, needs a bit more development in head to complete the picture, good neck and OK in topline. Excellent size. Moved out reasonably well and scored there over 2. Correct weight and enough bone for age. Needs to settle in the ring 

2. Peers' Tweedisle Remember Dee, good in coat and not bad in head but not moving well in front and is carrying too much weight today. Does not stride out properly behind. 


JB (5,1) 1. Thomas Tycadno Dancing Star, scored very much for maturity over 2. Good in head and typical outline. A quality bitch with a good coat of correct texture. Good front. Enough bone and good feet.

2. Lund's Cairngold Brandy Snap, scored over 3 for front movement and slightly over her, for hind movement. Needs a bit more time to mature and finish in head. Correct neck. Enough coat for her age and OK in stifle. Stood well in front.

3. Thompson's Glenrood Love in a Mist 


PGB (3) Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Fennel, very pleasing in head, good for type and good for length and body proportions. OK in coat. Correct for size and had much breed type and quality. Moved well in front and behind.

2. Shopland's Cherrycrack Fair Rosamund, not quite the head of 3 but scored over her in hindquarters. Needs a bit more coat to complete the picture. Good neck, topline and tailset. Could benefit from a bit more bone.

3. Soper's Elitecharm Five of Diamonds 


LB (4,1) I found this a difficult class to judge. 1. Petts' Brenndarcy Hunky Dory among Doonrae, I thought she was, correctly, not as big in head as 2 and was better in eye. She could however do with a shade stronger muzzle. She moved OK in front but not so well behind. Good body proportions and in good coat and had correct tailset.

2. Osborn's Tweslam Born to Bewitch, a bit shorter in back than 1 and did not seem so typey in head and eye. Good coat and moved better behind than 1 but not quite so positive in front.

3. Smith's Cannwood Misty Dawn at Gethlee 


OB (5) 1. Dolan's Glenrood Spell Dance JW, two very similar bitches here. The first stood up well and was somewhat more showy than 2. She had a very good head with really typical expression, good skull, good eye and ears. She had the correct amount of strength of jaw. Stood well in front. Good feet. Moved soundly in front and behind. Shown in excellent coat. Went on to win BCC and BOB.

2. Parker-Tucker's Uniquecottage Florey, another - similar in many ways - and has benefitted from maturity. Good in head and skull, well proportioned in body and correct rib. Moved out well in front and behind. Has good breed type and not over exaggerated in any way. Went on to win Res BCC

3. Shannon Storr's Ch Brenndarcy Cloudbusting 

Ronnie Irving