• Show Date: 18/07/2010
  • Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
  • Judged by: christine morgan Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 30/03/2020

Newton Aycliffe & District Canine Society

18TH JULY 2010


Open (2, 0 abs). Two very nice examples of the breed here. Preferred head and eye of 1. Abbishaw & Jaques Curlabull Heart of Gold at Hastabbi Long, narrow head, good eye shape, strong through neck. Strong and straight in front with broad, deep chest. Good spring of rib and muscular quarters. Good square appearance. Moved well. BOB and Group 3. 2. Abraham’s Ardenstorn Luciano Bosis Sh CM.


Sp Yearling (1, 0 abs) 1. Drew and Garaham’s Barleyarch Tartan. I fell for this boy who was making his first appearance at just 6 months old. He excels in front with compact feet, good reach of neck and shoulders well laid back. Short back and stands over plenty of ground. Strong loin. Moved on an easy stride with lovely tail carriage. Has the attitude and showmanship to take him far. BOB and Puppy Grp 1.

Open (2, 1abs) 1. Drew and Garaham’s Alcazar Shanghi Surprise. Well balanced throughout. Straight front with pronounced pro-sternum. Good through neck and shoulders, ribs well sprung, good rear angulation and tail set. Needs mort work in head and feet could be better. BOS.


Sp Yearling. A lovely class. 1 Ord’s Giovale Dante’s Peak. Solid 14 month old dog who excels in front angulation and with correct feet both fore and aft. Correct head planes with that beautiful almost human expression. Broad, deep chest with pronounced pro-sternum. Good topline and slightly sloping croup. Moved well displaying typical Spinone gait. 2. Nicholson’s Olivechi Dainty Bess 3. Abbishaw’s Hastabbi Bucks Fizz . Best Puppy

Open (2, 0 abs) 1. Jonsson’s Sh Ch Giovale Arvo. What a lovely girl with a head and expression to die for. True front, plenty of depth and great spring of rib. Good return of upper arm and nice rise over loin. Strong quarters and moved on a long, relaxed stride. Didn’t have the same sparkle when it came to the group. BOB. 2. Ord’s Netis Al Rite Now.


Open (3, 2abs) 1. Rayner’s Gunalt Private Art at Raystans JW Sh CM. Pity he was alone but what a cracker. Presents an imposing and impressive picture with symmetry and balance all through. Clearly all male who gives his all. Oozes breed type and moves like a train. I thought he was absolutely lovely. Expertly and quietly handled to Group 1.


Junior (4, 2 abs0 1. Robson’s Risekar Ere We Go Again to Mimaro. Field Sp. Typical head but would have preferred a more open eye. Strong, level back with good topline and tail set although his tail carriage could have been better. Happy and agile mover. 2. Hughes Quintic the Countryman, Sussex.

Open (2, 1 abs) 1. Hope and Kane’s Paradise Fidelius for Jenesta. Gordon Setter. Happy girl, pity she’d left her coat behind. Good head with deep muzzle, nice chiselling. Decent spring of rib but would like more depth. Bit erratic on the move. Best AVNSC.


It was a pleasure to judge this group and I was spoiled for choice. 1 Weimaraner. 2. Rodgers’ Rojillair Magical Breeze. Golden Retriever with a beautiful head and expression. Moved very well. 3. Bracco Italiano. 4. Clarke’s Tigerock Paddington Bear. WSS of excellent type.


1. GSP. 2.Steel and Jefferson’s Mycalleys Denisse Sharnamber. American Cocker showing her head off. 3. Jenkins Cambremer Crispin. Labrador Retriever moving very well. 4. Endean’s Chlodyl Shear Diamond. Golden Retriever displaying plenty of breed type.


1. Steel and Jefferson’s Mycalleys Denisse Sharnamber 2. Jenkins Cambremer Crispin 3. Clarke’s Tigerock Billy Goats Gruff WSS


1. Gerhold’s Crossview Summer Alliance Golden Retriever. All male presenting a balanced picture. Moved well. 2. Riddell’s Cataluna Doc Holiday via Trunorth Irish Setter. 3. Shaw’s Bright Eyed Athena, Golden Retriever


1.Steel and Jefferson’s Sharnamber Carrick Sh CM. American Cocker of good type who made the cut in the Gundog Group. 2. Glasper’s Cataluna Swedish Rhapsody at Denetop Sh CM. Irish Setter 3. Gibson’s Lindridge Tiger Lillie at Meldyke, Cocker.


1.Pocklington-Hall’s Macall Sharday Serenade. The most beautiful Beagle. Loved everything about her from her beautifully mascarad eyes to her sturdy tail. 2. T. Paddington Bear 3. Pocklington-Hall’s Williamswick Patrick, Beagle.

Christine Morgan