Midland Cairn Terrier Club Open Show
7th August 2010
Judge; Amy Firth (Cairngold)
BD & BIS; Felters & Rumens’ Lanbuck Tillisch
RBD; Warne’s Spirebrooke Dawn Raider
BB, BOS & RBIS; Harding’s Cannwood Remember Holly
RBB; Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Scrumptious
BPIS; Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Code Breaker
Best Veteran; Ehrenburgh’s Ch Carradine Master Tigger
Oldest Veteran; Jenning’s Doonrae Virtuoso
Alan Felters, Amy Firth, BD & BIS Landbuck Tillisch, BB, RBIS & BOS Harding’s Cannwood Remember Holly handled by Alison Wragg
Sue Braybrook, BPD & BPIB Cloverbrook Code Breaker, Amy Firth, BPB & BOSPIS Brenndarcy Pocahontas, Brenda Shannon
BD Lanbuck Tillisch, Alan Felters, Amy Firth, Kath Warne & RBD Spirebrooke Dawn Raider
Alison Wragg, BB Cannwood Remember Holly, Amy Firth, Richard Rumens & RBB Landbuck Scrumptious
Amy Firth, Joan Percy & Sharon Confue
(Joan & Sharon had changed out of their Judges outfits)
New Members Stakes 1
New Members Stakes
Midland Cairn Terrier Club Open Show 7th August 2010
Class 1: Veteran Dog/Bitch (5)
1st – Ehrenberg’s Ch Carradine Master Tigger
Smart, showy and alert 7 year old with a typical head and expression. Good mouth with adequate neck. A strong sound dog of correct proportions and size. A quality exhibit who stood out in the ring.
2nd – Waites’ Seveek Country Rambler to Svendalens
A well up to size 8 year old brindle of nice type. Level topline, carried his tail well. Good rear angulation and moved well behind. Well coated.
3rd – Jennings’ Doonrae Virtuoso
Class 2: New Members’ Stakes Dog/Bitch (1)
1st - Byrne’s Little Miss Tonka
Well coated clear red bitch who needs more facial furnishings to complete the picture. Front movement could do with tightening up a little. Showed well.
Class 3: Minor Puppy Dog (4)
1st – Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Code Breaker
Sound grey brindle with the best of heads, a powerful muzzle and good deep stop. Masculine without being coarse, well boned and perfectly balanced. Moved well for a youngster. BPIS
2nd – Currie’s Stirlingview Sensation
Promising young ‘Rossarden’ red with tight double coat. Attractive head with eye of correct shape and colour giving an appealing expression. Stood well forward on forepaws with good ample chest and brisket for a dog of this age. Could do with becoming a little more bold.
3rd – Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Bradley Lad
Class 4: Puppy Dog (4, 1A)
1st – Petts’ Cairngrove Nutty Professor
Well balanced 10 month old red brindle puppy dog. Keen typical Cairn expression with deep stop and good breadth of skull. Well placed ears, used well. Excellent rear angulation and movement. Needs to grow on and body up.
2nd – Confue’s Anjofra I’m Not Going
Good expression on this dark brindle. Nice type of correct size with pleasing outline, but could do with filling out a little. Moved straight in front.
3rd – Peers’ Tweedisle Midnight Madness
Class 5: Junior Dog (2)
1st – Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Tillisch
Balanced clear red dog with extremely pleasing and attractive head. Medium length of neck flowing into clean, well laid back shoulders. Level topline and well coupled. Moved particularly well, the best mover of the day. The first specimen where I could see his rear pads as he moved away, which confirmed from the rear the amount of drive that was visible from the side. Good profuse coat of lovely condition, presented well. A lively showman. Worthy BD & BIS.
2nd – Percy’s Winetta Sir Percy
Smart young red brindle dog with clean outline. Moved well front and rear. Trimmed nicely, presented himself well. Needs to mature and was a little short of coat on the day. Showed like a veteran.
Class 6 Novice Dog (3, 1A)
1st – Tracey’s MacIntouch
‘Typey’ well balanced brindle with pleasant keen expression. Excelled in front with good depth of brisket and well laid back shoulders. Good flow of neck with level topline. Would prefer him a shade bigger, but good specimen.
2nd – Currie’s My Sweet William
This up to size young brindle dog was short of coat today, which unfortunately made him look longer in the leg than he is, which upset his overall balance. This lack of furnishings also impacted upon the appearance of his head. Scissor bite. Moved well in the rear.
Class 7 Post Graduate Dog (5,0a)
1st – Goud’s Vale Of Atthols Shaggy Grey Buck
Cream dog of excellent profuse coat in show condition. Well muscled but not heavy in any way. Moved true front and rear, just lacking a little purpose today. Attractive expression with good short, full muzzle and definite, deep stop. Sound dog overall. Didn’t show to his full potential, but the best specimen of the class.
2nd – Inett’s Carradine Crackaway Jack
Red brindle dog with dark points. Good in all aspects, nicely balanced. Good expression, although a little long in muzzle. Well presented and handled. Showed brilliantly.
3rd - Harland’s Cannwood Zipper At Thackeaston
Class 8 Mid Limit Dog (5,0a)
1st – Marshall’s Strathgarten Crackerjack
Correctly sized clear red dog, with the most attractive of heads. Moved true front and rear with plenty of drive. In good coat and condition. Showed well, with plenty of spark and character. Quality specimen.
2nd – Shannon & Storr’s Brenndarcy Trouble At Mill
Lovely brindle dog with varminty expression. Moved really well, one of the best movers of the day. Not in quite as good coat or condition as I would have liked, but another quality specimen.
3rd - King & Leighton’s Carradine Night Listener At Harkinleigh
Class 9 Open Dog (2,1a)
1st – Warne’s Spirebrooke Dawn Raider
Quality brindle dog in the best of coats and condition. Went like a trooper. Lovely angulation and movement front and rear. Well coupled and muscled dog, who showed like a pro. RBD
Class 10 Special Beginners Dog (4,1a)
1st – Purvis’ Mosspur Licensed To Thrill
Clear red dog of correct size. Would prefer a little more body. Moved and showed OK.
2nd – Lamb & Saltmarsh’s Birselaw Fable
Up to size dark brindle in good coat and condition. Good head. Well laid shoulders and level topline. Preferred front and tail set of winner.
3rd – Peers’ Tweedisle Stargazer
Class 11 Minor Puppy bitch (5, 1a)
1st – Warne’s Cloverbrook Carousel ar Spirebrooke
True to breed standard. Typical cheeky cairn puppy expression with good short muzzle, definite stop and good large teeth. Lovely spring of rib with strong and supple loin. Stood well over forepaws. Extremely keen and showy. Gorgeous little bitch.
2nd – Samet’s Cloverbrook Black Diamond
Close 2nd. Another typical and very attractive correctly sized bitch. Exellent rear angulation. Nice expression, very similar to 1. Very good in nearly all aspects, just didn’t quite move or show as well as 1.
3rd – Currie’s Stirlingview Snapshot
Class 12 Puppy bitch (4, 1a)
1st – Shannon and Storr’s Brendarcy Pocahontas
Pretty wheaten feminine bitch in full double coat of correct texture, with attractive darker points. Moved very well for age. Overall make and shape is good, but could do with more head furnishings to complete the picture.
2nd – Petts’ Doonrae Kast in Gold
Promising young red brindle bitch with tight coat. I didn’t think that she had quite the overall balance of the winner, but this may improve when she gets a fuller jacket and some more furnishings. Has a bit of shading on her front legs which needs to be taken into account when assessing her movement, which was true.
3rd – Peers’ Tweedisle Devil be a Lady
Class 13 Junior bitch (5, 1a)
1st – Harding’s Cannwood Remember Holly
Outstanding light red bitch with highly pigmented dark points. Correctly sized and weighted with full profuse coat of good weight and condition. Perfectly balanced and angulated, and this meant that she moved true in front and rear, with plenty of drive, but still has relaxed and free flowing movement. Responded well to handler. Wish she were mine. BB + RBIS
2nd – Felters & Rumens’ Landbuck Scrumptious
Very good quality red brindle bitch with profuse, good quality coat. Moved and showed well. Was unlucky to meet 1 as a very nice specimen in her own right. RBB
3rd – Petts’ Doonrae Joie de Vivre
Class 14 Novice bitch (4, 1a)
1st – Percy’s Winetta Miss Independant
Nice feminine clear red bitch who excelled in movement front and back. Would have preferred a little more coat but was well furnished and had an attractive head and expression. Good bite with nice large teeth. Alert showgirl who used her ears well.
2nd – Roberts’ Cannwood One Moment in Time
Up to size, extremely pretty wheaten bitch with dark points. Moved exceptionally in the rear. Nicely boned with strong straight front and plenty of brisket. Correct mouth. Very close decision, both would have been worthy winners.
3rd – Peers’ Tweedisle Sweet Cherry
Class 15 Post Graduate bitch (6, 4a)
1st – Goud’s Vale of Atholls Bonnie Galloway
Sound wheaten bitch, perfect size, in very good coat and condition. Correct mouth Trimmed well. Moved well front and back. Good level topline, maintained on the move. Well set on tail, carried well. Showed nicely, obviously enjoying herself.
2nd – Harland’s Winetta Anticipation at Thackeston
Dark brindle bitch of typical type. Correctly shaped eye, of good, dark colour, which can be difficult with such a dark head. Broad skull and definite stop. Good mouth. Moved well front and back, up to size and preferred build of winner.
Class 16 Mid Limit bitch (3, 2a)
1st – Braybrook’s Cloverbrook Here I Come
Another pretty bitch with an ever so cheeky expression. Good quality profuse double coat, presented well. Really shone in the ring and would have been hard to beat even if others had been present. I would have preferred a little more flow of neck.
Class 17 Open bitch (4, 2a)
1st – Confue’s Anjofra Welcome to La La Land
A deep red extrovert showgirl with an attractive, correctly sized head, good mouth and correctly placed and used ears. Keen bitch who stands well over her forepaws. Good depth of brisket. Nice specimen overall.
2nd – King, Leighton & Inett’s Curtisey Foreign Account with Carradine
Dark brindle bitch, well up to size. Keen expression with good eye. Correct mouth with good bite. Moved well front and back. Preferred size and overall balance of 1.
Class 18 Special Beginners bitch (3, 1a)
1st – Cloverbrook Black Diamond
2nd – Little Miss Tonka
Judge Amy Firth
Special Award Classes (Dogs)
Judge Joan Percy (Winetta)
Special Awards Classes (Bitches)
Judge Sharon Confue (Anjofra)
Winetta Anticipation At Thackeston
SA - OD
SA - PB
SA - PGB