• Show Date: 10/02/2013
  • Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
  • Judged by: Camille Lambert Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 07/04/2019

Portsmouth & Southsea Kennel Association

Portsmouth & Southsea Kennel Association

Sunday 10th February, 2013


Judge: Mrs Camille Pentland (Sturtmoor)

Junior D/B (2 ent, 1 abs)

1st – Mrs JM White’s NERADMIK MEANT TO BE WITH WHITCHAKEES, 15 month bitch. Feminine head of nice wedge shape with good ear set and correct bite. Super dark almond shaped eyes surrounded by nice spectacles. Good substance with pleasing outline and firm level topline leading to excellent tail set and good curl to tail. Moved soundly with straight action front and rear.

Post Graduate D/B (2 ent, 0 abs)

1st – Mrs PM Andrews’ NERADMIK HELP THE HERO AT MALDINE, 15 month dog, litter brother to the Junior winner. Very eye catching with super outline and profuse coat of good colour. Lovely head of correct shape with decent ear set, excellent bite and dark eyes giving a lovely expression. Would prefer the spectacles to be a little clearer, but they were evident. Short loin giving a firm topline. It was a joy to feel the required curl and good length of tail in this young man, something that appears to be hard to find nowadays in this breed. When settled he moved well in front and behind, but would prefer a little more width to the chest. Overall, a lovely dog who thoroughly deserves his BOB. I was pleased to hear later that he went on to be placed 3rd in the Group.


Open D/B (2 ent, 1 abs)

1st – Ms KM Austin’s CH. CHOTAHKEES TRULY GORGEOUS, 2 ½ year old bitch, lovely feminine girl with very attractive, typical head, good wedge shape and well carried ears. A lighter eye detracted from her expression a little, but her spectacles were the best of the day. Nice sized bitch, with clear silver colour and good outline. A little longer cast in body with a shorter but well placed tail which had little curl. Moved straight fore and aft, although a little broader in front that I would prefer. Unfortunately, not showing to her best ability today.