SWWECTC Limited Show
21 Feb 2016
Judge Joanne Johnson (Pendley)
BD & RBIS Batemanís Dandi Boy Spud
RBD Confueís Anjofra Roulette Russe
BB & BIS Shannon & Storrís Brenndarcy Moonstruck
RBB Dolanís Glenrood Scheherazade
BPIB Glenrood Dolanís Burlesque
Rita Bateman, BD, BVet, RBIS, Dandi Boy Spud, Joanne Johnson, Brenda Shannon,
BB & BIS Brenndarcy Moonstruck, BPB & BPIS Glenrood Burlesque, Sue Dolan
Rita Bateman, BD, Dandi Boy Spud, Joanne Johnson, Carol Confue, RBD Anjofra Roulette Russe, Uniquecottage Gold Sherdow, Ruth Parker-Tucker
Sue Dolan, RBB Glenrood Scheherazade, Joanne Johnson, Brenda Shannon, BB Brenndarcy Moonstruck, Ann Waugh handling BPB Glenrood Burlesque.
1 UNIQUECOTTAGE GOLD SHERDOW
††††† 1.TWEEDISLE TUGMAN
††††† 2.CATLELINE SER JAIME
JD 0 ENTRIES
ND O ENTRIES
†††† 1.CASTLELINE BARN DANCE
MLD 1 ,0
†††† 1 UNIQUECOTTAGE WINSFORD
†††††† 1 TWEEDISLE RELIGHT MY FIRE#
† 2 PENNIDAZZLE ALL SPRUCED UP
†††† 1.DANDI BOY SPUD
2 TWESLAM DAWN CHORUS AT CRANAE
BD/B 1 0A
†††† 1 BERANBURH NO DRAMAS
MPB 5 0
†† 1.GLENROOD HIGH SOCIETY
†† 2.BRENNDARCY DREAMSVILLE
†† 3.UNIQUECOTTAGE GOLD AVIL
†† RES UNIQUECOTTAGE GOLD TARR
†† VHC BERANBURH WEE DRAM
RES BERANBURH NO DRAMAS
VHC CASTLELINE CALEDONIAN LASS
RES TWESLAM GIMME GIMME MAGIC
VHC TWEEDISLE GUINEVERE
GB 2, 0A
††††† 1. TWESLAM BORN TO BEWITCH
MLB, 4, 1A
†††† 1.UNIQUECOTTAGE GREY BRATTON
Our judge in the spotlight!
South Wales and West of England Cairn Terrier Club Limit Show 21st February 2016.
My thanks to the club for inviting me to judge this show and to all the exhibitors for giving me such a quality entry and my steward for making everything run smoothly. It was a most enjoyable day with lovely dogs to go over, wonderful refreshments and there was a great atmosphere.
Although I have owned this breed for many years I tried to approach my judging of them with an all-rounder head on. Obviously coming from a working background I put a lot of priority on sound movement. In an ideal world a Cairn should have beautiful breed type and be a good mover but as ever compromises have to be made. I have never fault judged and like to focus on the positives in all dogs. Trying to assess movement indoors on rubber mats is not always ideal and some coped with the conditions better than others. I have always found that a really good mover will move well anywhere.
Minor Puppy Dog (1)
1. Parker-Tuckerís Uniquecottage Gold Sherdow
Sadly on his own today and really did not have time to settle. Good to go over on the table, harsh coat, good bone, straight top-line with strong quarters. Attractive head. Very exuberant on the move and was able to see flashes of good movement when he held it all together. Got better as the day went on and was best puppy dog.
Puppy Dog (2)
1.Peers Tweedisle Tugman
Won this class on his maturity and coat condition. Good top-line, straight front and good coat, head needs a bit more fill under the eye. On the move covered the ground well but would like a bit more positive hind movement.
2. .Thompsonís Castleline Ser Jaime
Close to the winner unfortunately coat condition let him down on the day. Attractive head, good top line and tail set, held good outline on the move, just going a bit close behind.
Yearling Dog (1)
1. Confue and Pavlovaís Anjofra Roulette Russe
Attractive grey brindle with good head. Good top-line, tail set and front. Good coat which was well presented. Steady on the move but perhaps could have had a bit more animation. Reserve Best Dog.
Graduate Dog (1)
1. Thompsonís Castleline Barn Dance
Nice dog to go over, attractive head, balanced body with good top-line and tail set. Good harsh coat and straight front. Moved well and particularly good front movement but a bit close behind.
Mid limit Dog (1)
†1. Parker-Tuckerís Uniquecottage Winsford
†Mature full coated dog, straight top-line with strong quarters. Strong head but would like balance of muzzle to top skull just a bit more balenced. Moved positively round the ring but a bit wide behind.
Open Dog (2)
1. Peer,s Tweedisle Relight My Fire
Two very different types in this class. The winner is a smaller balanced dog, who won on his attractive head. Good harsh coat but could do with a bit more on his quarters. Straight top-line and good tail set. Moved round the ring well
2. Kinchenís Pennidazzle All Spruced Up.
Longer and bigger than the winner but a sound dog. Not so attractive in head but good harsh coat, lovely top-line and tail set. Held his outline on the move and was good behind but paddling a bit in the front.
Veteran Dog or Bitch (2)
Only two here but both quality Cairns.
1. Bateman and Sachís Dandi Boy Spud.
Have always admired this boy and amazed that he is actual eligible for a limit show. Beautifully balanced, good head, lovely front construction matched by strong quarters with a straight top line and good tail set. Short harsh coat. I found him totally balanced and he maintained a wonderful outline on the move. He covered the ground really well with a minimum of effort, good both coming and going. Best Dog.
2. Oldaleís† Tweslam Dawn Chorus at Cranae.
Another lovely veteran. Attractive head, good coat, straight top line and good tail set. Another one that covered the ground well just not as tidy coming and going as the winner.
Beginners Dog or Bitch (1)
1. Davey and Bailieís Beranburgh No Dramas
Attractive puppy carrying a thick puppy coat which slightly took away from her outline. Good top-line and tail set and held a good outline on the move. Moved well behind but needs to tighten in front movement and needs a bit more animation to project her virtues.
Minor Puppy Bitch (5)
1.Dolanís Glenrood High Society.
Eight month old wheaten brindle bitch.Had the edge on coat and showmanship. Good outline and top-line, good rear movement but needs to tighten in front.
2.Shannon and Storrís Brenndarcy Dreamsville.
Nine month old wheaten brindle bitch. Very different type to the winner being taller and rangier. Harsh profuse coat, straight top-line and good tail set. Had a lovely stride on the move with powerful quarters, just needs to tighten all round.
3.Parker-Tuckerís Uniquecottage Gold Avill.
1.Dolanís Glenrood Burlesque.
Litter sister to the winner of the last class and slightly different type being taller and rangier. Beautiful head, good coat, straight top-line and good tail set. On the move held her outline really well and covered the ground with good movement coming and going. Still very raw and loses her outline at times but when it all comes together she is very impressive.BPIS
2.Shortís Splinterhillís Amazing Grace to Glenchess.
Very close to the winner a slightly different type being actually more mature. Good top-line, strong quarters and harsh coat. Not quite the head of the winner. Side profile she moved really well and powered from her strong quarters just needs to tighten in elbow as she comes towards you she is a tad wide.
3.Parker-Tuckerís Uniquecottage Florey.
A lovely class to judge.
1.Shannon and Storrís† Brenndarcy Moonstruck.
Beautiful red girl that appealed on first sight. So balanced with good front and strong quarters, good top-line and tail set. On the move she held a great outline and was true coming and going. Harsh full coat. Good head but perhaps could just have a bit more width between the eyes for perfection but that is being picky and she is so classy. BIS
2.Keeves Seveek Hopes ín Dreams
So close to the winner and another quality red bitch. Attractive head, good quality, harsh coat. Straight top-line and tail set. She covered the ground well on the move maintaining her outline, just a bit over energetic in front where she needs to tighten.
3.Harrison,Inett and Claytonís Carradine Madam Molly.
1.Keeveís Seevek Hopes ín Dreams.
1.Davey and Bailieís Beranburgh Wee Dram.
Eight month old Dark Brindle puppy carrying a full puppy coat. Attractive head. Moved well but needs a bit more animation and needs to strengthen in front. Good quarters
Graduate Bitch (2)
1.Osbornís Tweslam Born To Bewitch.
Beautiful outline on this red bitch, straight top-line and good tail set, carrying a harsh full coat. Very true in front and rear movement, held her outline on the move.
2.Waughís Andrum Brite Side
A close decision between these two. Beautiful head with dark pigment. Good top-line and tail set. Covered the ground with a great stride just didnít hold her outline as well as the winner and although true in front movement she was just not as good behind.
Mid Limit Bitch(3)
1.Dolanís Glenrood Scheherazade.
Very smart wheaten bitch, good head, beautiful outline, good top-line and tail set. Strong quarters which she used well on the move. She can be a bit exuberant on the move and consequently loses her outline at times and still needs to tighten in front a bit.
2.Waughís Tribannon Minuet.
Beautiful head on this cream bitch. Rangier type that the winner. Good top-line and tail set. On the move she really powered round the ring with probably the best movement coming and going of the day. Just tends to lose her outline a times as she moves round the ring.
3.Mcgrathís Brenndarcy Cinnamon Girl For Owenreagh.
1.Parker-Tuckerís Uniquecottage Grey Bratton.
Grey bitch that moved happily round the ring. Harsh coat coming through, strong bone and good quarters, top-line just needs to tighten.