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Midland Cairn Terrier Club Open Show

1st  August 2009

Judge; Maud Hawkes (Maridale) 


BD, BOS & RBIS; Stephinson’s Twohoots Barnabas

RBD; Inett & Harrison’s Noncom Inett Tu Winnit With Carradine JW

BB & BIS; Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Jazz Hands JW

RBB; Petts Cairngold Gunning For Gold At  Doonrae

BPIS; Braybrook’s  Cloverbrook Xtra Factor

Best & Oldest Veteran Jennings’ Doonrae Virtuso


Judge Maud Hawkes, BB & BIS Landbuck Jazz Hands JW,  Richard Rumens

Sue Braybrook, BPB & BPIS Cloverbrook Xtra Factor, Judge Maud Hawkes


BIS & RBIS Landbuck Jazz Hands, BD & RBIS Twohoots Barnabas handled by Monica Ball






VD or B (3  entries)

  1. Doonrae Virtuoso
  2. Seveek Country Rambler To Svendalens
  3. Doonrae Youthfulness


New Members Stakes D/B (2)

      1.Tyreeeces Tricks

       2.Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes


MPD (3)

       1.Winetta New Kid In Town

  2.Milindack What News Watson

  3. Tweedisle Whiskey Mack


PD  (3,2a)

      1.Brenndarcy Trouble At Mill


JD  (5.2a)

  1. Cairngold Spin Of The Wheel
  2. Spirebrooke Dawn Raider
  3. Tyreeeces Tricks


MD (0)


ND ( 5)

  1. Cannwood Zipper At Thackeeston
  2. Tweedisle Star Gazer
  3. Retacy Red Lantern

Res. Tweedisle Whiskey Mack


 PGD (5,2a)

  1. Carradine Night Listener At Harkinleigh
  2. Tweedisle Krazy Koot
  3. Mosspur Licensed To Thrill

Res. Tweedisle Stargazer


MLD (2)

  1. Carradine Maybe The Moon At Harkinleigh
  2. Tanteazle Tailor Cut


OD (4,1a)

  1. Twohoots Barnabas JW
  2. Noncom Inett Tu Winnit With Carradine
  3. Cloverbrook Play The Game


SBD (5)

      1.Spirebrook Dawn Raider

       2.Mosspur Licensed To thrill

 3. Tyreeces Tricks

 Res. .Seveek Cpuntry Rambler To Svendalens

MPB   (4)

  1. Winnetta My Kinda Girl
  2. Brenndarcy Virginia Plain
  3. Tweedisle Pillow Dream

Res. Milindack Miss Marple


 PB (6,2a)

  1. Cloverbrook Extra Factor
  2. Svendalens Krazy Diamond
  3. Carocairn Spice Queen

Res. Brenndarcy All That Jazz

Vhc. Carocairn Spicy Saffron


JB (8,1a)

  1. Cairngold Treasure
  2. Lentrica Who’s The Daddy
  3. Spirebrooke Morning Glory

Res. Svendalens Crazy Diamond

Vhc. Twohoots Martha


MB (5,1a)

  1. Cloverbrook Cream Of The Crop At Eborvale
  2. Svendalens Crazy Diamond
  3. Winetta Special Delivery

Res. Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes


NB (5,1a)

  1. Cloverbrook Here I Come
  2. Empress Thistle Of Tweedisle
  3. Svendalens Crazy Diamond

Res. Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes


PGB (5,2a)

  1. Brenndarcy Button It JW
  2. Noncom Minnie The Minx At Carradine
  3. Winetta Anticipation At Thackeaston


MLB (5,0a)

  1. Landbuck Jazz Hands
  2. Cairngold Gunning For Gold At Doonrae
  3. Svendalens Lucky In Love

Res. Eborvale Enchantress

      VHC Carradine Sapphire At Spawyche


OB (5,1a)

  1. Conundrum Sweeter For Me For entrica
  2. Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Busy TAF
  3. Curtisey Foreign Account At Carradine

Res. Tweedisle Dolly Daydream


 SBB ( 3,1a)

  1. Svendalens Lucky In Love
  2. Spirebrooke Moning Glory
  3. Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes



New Members Stakes


















Best Gooner In Show

Photographs By A Firth

Out takes

Enjoying a Cuppa With Old Friends

No I’m definitely Taller than You!



I’ve just seen what she’s got in that bag!

Pink is just so last year!

And, her roots are showing again

Boring Work!

Serious Work

Happy Team Work!

“That’s right pet, you have a wee nap whilst I do all the work!”


No Hiding Place!




Sincere thanks to the Committee of the Midland Cairn Terrier Club for giving me the great pleasure of judging their August show.  I would also like to thank my Stewards for their efficiency and the Exhibitors for such a good entry.  Many of the dogs were excellent indeed, but the overall quality was somewhat uneven and with much greater strength in the bitches.  I was pleased to find that mouths have improved.  Most bites were acceptable with the correct number of incisors and also most premolars present.  I think this is important in a Terrier in view of its original function.  Front assemblies were however not always so good. There were quite a few rather upright shoulders and also some short upper arms and lack of forechest.


VD/B  (3)  1  Jennings’ Doonrae Virtuoso.  Lovely to see this 13 years old boy in such super condition.  He has neat ears plus eyes with good expression and is well angulated for and aft. Shown in good quality jacket and really enjoyed showing himself off. 2  Waites’ Seveek Country Rambler of Svendalens.  Dark brindle with very masculine head.  Rather sturdy but with good chest and tail set.  Showed very well and in tune with his owner.  3  Jennings’ Youthfulness. 


NMSD/B  (2)  1  Kinchin’s Tyreeces Tricks.  Copper brindle masculine dog.  Good mouth with big teeth; dark eyes.  Well ribbed with good rear angulation and tail set.  Good coat and moved well.  2  Pears’ Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes.  Compact wheaten brindle with feminine head and dark eyes.  Good coat quality and nice dark points.


MPD  (3)  1  Percy’s Winetta New Kid in Town. Very promising baby in red quality jacket and dark points.  Well placed ears, good stop and mouth with big, strong teeth.  Good angulation fore and aft.  Well bodied with good topline and tail carriage. Strong feet and well let down hocks.  Moved and showed very well. BPD.  2  Brennan’s Milindack Whats News Watson.  Pale wheaten in good coat.  Dark eyes and bite with big teeth.  Decent rib and good tail set but not so positive on the move.  3  Peers’ Tweedisle Whisky Mack.   


PD  (3;2)  1  Shannon’s Brenndarcy Trouble at Mill.  Another promising puppy but failed to take things seriously today, so movement was difficult to assess.  Well made head with dark eyes and good expression.  Nice outline with good reach of neck, good ribs and strong loin.


JD  (5;2)  1  Firth & Jones’  Cairngold Spin of The Wheel.  Very well balanced wheaten youngster.  Dark points to well carried, neat ears and dark eyes with varminty expression.  Good front and lovely neck and shoulder.  Well sprung ribs, strong loin and correct tail. Desired bend of stifle and well let down hocks. Moved out soundly with drive.  Well presented in quality coat.  2  Warne’s Spirebrooke  Dawn Raider.  Grey brindle with nice dark points, attractive head and good expression.  Well bodied and with good harsh coat quality.  Nice outline and showed well standing but did not drive on the move.  3  Tyreeces Tricks.


MD  (0)


ND  (5)  1  Harland’s Cannwood Zipper at Thackeston.  Dark brindle with very good head. Well placed, neat ears, good stop, expressive eyes and strong jaw.  Good angulation fore and aft. Lovely neck and deep chest; strong loin and correct tail.  Good bone and feet.  Moved well and soundly.  Well presented in good jacket.  2  Davies’ Tweedisle Stargazer.  Pale wheaten with attractive expression and strong jaw.  Good front- and rear angulation; level topline and well set on tail.  Coat somewhat profuse at present.  Movement  ok.  3  Tracey’s Retacy Red Lantern.


PGD  (5;1) 1  King & Leighton’s Carradine Night Listener at Harkinleigh.  Super head on this pale brindle with attractive dark points.  Well balanced with decent neck and angulations.  Well let down hocks.  Good coat quality.  Carried his tail well and moved out with drive.  Real showman.  2  Peers’ Tweedisle Krazy Koot. Well put together cream dog with masculine head and good expression.  Well placed shoulder, nice topline and good bend of stifle.  Nice harsh coat.  Not quite as positive on the move as winner. 3  Purvis’ Mosspur Licensed to Thrill. 


MLD  (2)  1  King & Leighton’s Carradine Maybee The Moon at Harkinleigh.  Litter brother to winner of previous class and with many attributes in common.  Again a very attractive head with well placed, neat ears and good expression.  Nice outline, strong loin and powerful rear.  Showman who moved with drive.  2  Mara’s Tanteazle Tailor Cut.  Dark brindle with masculine head with good stop and expression.  Well bodied and shown in excellent coat.  Didn’t move out well today.


OD  (4;1)  1  Stephinson’s Twohoots Barnabas JW.  What a lovely dog, so masculine and full of presence.  Well bodied and with good bone, but without coarseness.  Excellent head and that true expression, good stop and powerful bite.  Very well balanced and with good length of neck fitting into well laid shoulder.  Good front angulation matched by rear angulation with desired bend of stifle.  Strong feet and pastern.  Spot on tail set and carriage plus quality coat in best order finishes the picture.  He owns the ring on the move.  Shown in superb condition. BD. BOS .RBIS. 2  Harrison & Inett’s Noncom Inett Tu Winnit with Carradine.  Another quality dog with lovely masculine head and super expression.  Very well balanced with excellent topline.  Lovely reach of neck, deep in rib and strong in loin.  Wheaten brindle double coat of good texture and with attractive dark points.  Showed well but not as positive on the move as 1. RBD. 3  Copley’s Cloverbrook Play The Game.


SBD  (4)  1  Spirebrooke  Dawn Raider.  2  Mosspur Licensed to Thrill.  Wheaten brindle with nice dark mask and ears.  Decent head and nice outline.  Shown in full coat of good quality.  Moved out ok.  3  Tyreeces Tricks.      


MPB  (4)  1  Percy’s Winetta My Kinda Girl.  Very promising baby in attractive red coat of good texture.  Neat ears and great expression.  Very good quarters and rib to loin ratio.  Well set on and carried tail.  Moved out very well with sound stride.  2  Shannon’s Brenndarcy Virginia Plain.  Wheaten brindle with head coming on nicely and lovely expression.  Nice neck and well balanced with good coat.  Another promising baby.  3  Peers’ Tweedisle Pillow Dream.


PB  (8;2)  1  Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Extra Factor. What a cracking little girl !  Lovely head with correct ears, good stop, excellent bite and eyes with that wicked expression.  So well balanced, with good bone and well made throughout.  Excellent jacket and attractive dark points.  Presented in top condition. Handles with gusto and free flowing stride.  One to watch for the future.  BPIS. 2   Waites’ Svendalens Crazy Diamond.  Lovely girl in wheaten brindle harsh double coat.  Nice head with good ears and expressive eyes.  Well balanced and of very good construction.  Sound on the move and well handled. Another one who could have a bright future.3  Clarke-Norman’s Carocairn Spice Queen.


JB  (8;1)  1  Firth & Jones’ Cairngold Treasure.  Liked this cream youngster very much.    Very good head and keen expression.  Well balanced with nice reach of neck, excellent angulation front and hind.  Good rib, topline and tail.  Moved freely with strong propulsion from rear.  Very well presented in quality jacket and hard condition.  Another one to watch out for.  2  Clarke’s Lentrica Who’s The Daddy.  Pretty grey brindle girl built on a smaller, lighter frame.  Feminine head with good stop and lovely expression.  Balanced and well made.  Moved so well and is a real little showgirl. 3  Warne’s Spirebrooke Morning Glory.


MB  (5;1)  1  Shearsmith’s Cloverbrook Cream of the Crop at Eborvale.  Red/wheaten with nice dark points and good coat quality.  Well-made head and varminty expression.  Good front & rear construction and rib to loin ratio.  Well set on tail.  Moved freely and showed so well.  2  Svendalens Crazy Diamond.  3  Percy’s Winetta Special Delivery.


NB  (5;1)  1  Braybrook’s  Cloverbrook Here I Come.  Very cheeky, red youngster with super head and expression.  Balanced and with excellent front, well ribbed with strong loin, correct tail set and desired bend of stifle. Moved very well and showed non-stop.  2  Peers’ Empress Thistle of Tweedisle.  Grey brindle in full coat of correct texture.  Lovely head and expression. Well balanced with good rib to loin ratio.  Very good movement and showed well.  3  Svendalens Crazy Diamond.  


PGB  (5;2)  1  Shannon’s Brenndarcy Button It JW.  Wheaten with good head, neat ears and dark eyes with lovely expression.  Good angulation fore and aft, well sprung ribs and correct tail set and carriage. Nicely bodied and balanced. Free parallel movement and showed very well.  2  Harrison & Inett’s Noncom Minnie The Minx at Carradine.  Grey quality jacket with attractive dark points.  Feminine head of good construction and appealing expression.  Good reach of neck and nice outline.  Moved ok.  3  Harland’s Winetta Anticipation at Thackeston.


MLB  (5)  1  Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Jazz Hands.  This cream young bitch really ticked all the boxes for me.  Excellent head with good stop, neat ears and wicked expression.  Very well balanced and constructed throughout with correct angulations & ratios, good bone and well let down hocks.  Lovely neck and well fitting shoulder, super outline and tail. She moved so soundly and freely with good drive and in total rapport with her handler and never stopped showing.  Very well presented in excellent coat and hard condition.  She truly deserved her BB and BIS.  2  Petts’ Cairngold Gunning For Gold with Doonrae. Another very well constructed girl, this one in red jacket.  Lovely head and expression, nice flow of neck into level topline with correct tail.  Well bodied and with good angulation front and hind, well let down hocks and good bone. Presented in excellent coat and good muscle tone.  Moved with free stride and showed so well.  A worthy RBB.  3  Waites’ Svendalens Lucky in Love.


OB  (5;1)  1  Clarke’s Conundrum Sweeter For Me For Lentrica.  Yet another quality bitch.  Ultra feminine head with neat ears, pronounced stop and keen expression.  Well balanced with lovely outline and nice reach of neck into level back and correct tail set.  Good front assembly matched by ditto hindquarters.  Moved out well and showed non stop.  Well handled and with correct grey coat in excellent order.  2  Ball’s Tweslam Izzy Wizzy Get Busy TAF.  Lovely red with dark points.  Good head with well placed ears and true expression. Balanced with good topline and sound throughout.  Nice harsh jacket.  Moved and showed very well.  3  King, Leighton, Inett & Harrison’s Curtisey Foreign Account with Carradine TAF.


SBB  (3)  1  Svendalens Lucky in Love.  Pale grey brindle with good dark points.  Nice head with well carried ears and expressive eyes.  Good outline and decent quarters.  Moved with drive and showed very well.  2  Spirebrooke Morning Glory.  Grey brindle with attractive head and keen expression.  Good neck and level topline. Harsh double coat. Moved and showed well.  3  Copseleaze Miss Bagpipes.


Maud Hawkes