- Date: 01/06/2018
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judge: Kari Jarvinen Contact Judge
- Published Date: 07/04/2019
Southern Counties Canine Association
Coton de TulearJudge: Kari Jarvinen
Puppy Dog (3 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Watson and Disney's Happypaws Going my Way - A promising young dog with excellent bone. Correct neck and topline and good body with good front and back end. Correct tail carriage, excellent coat and good mover. A good future in store.
2nd - Beck and Beckwith's Cotonxtreme Zeus - Slower maturing so more narrow all through. Moving very well although a little proud of his tail. Has a good head. Has promise for the future.
3rd - Scott's Cotonkiss Perfect Storm
Junior Dog (6 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Knight's Jespersens Commander at Blosscoton - excellent with very true typical head. Correct good front well shaped quarters, correct body with excellent coat. Very good mover. Reserve Dog.
2nd - Clarke's Cotonkiss Heaven Help Us - Also a very well made young dog. He is stronger in head than winner but he has a good neck and topline. A little high in tailset but he moved very well. Good quality of coat.
3rd - Kurtz's Cotonkiss Pluto
Post Graduate Dog (3 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Holley's Imerina Teddy Edward at Valeast - very strong male with strong head to match. Balanced proportions of head set well on good neck and topline. Liked his angulation both ends, excellent coat. Moved well up and down and in profile.
2nd - Needham's Cotonbrie Marco Polo for Cotoncloude (Imp Ita) - a later maturing sort. He has the frame. He is a bit longer cast than winner. I would like more bone but there is quality about him. He has a very good coat and he moved convincingly.
3rd - Morgan's Cotontastick Heresharley
Limit Dog (4 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Scott's Cotonkiss Conqueror- again I grade excellent. Very good general construction. Held topline very well. He could carry more body but he has excellent coat quality and very good movement.
2nd - Clarke's Cotonkiss Buddy Holly - a bit lighter made dog. He has excellent quality and nothing wrong in construction. He is as masculine as winner. Excellent coat type and texture and moved well enough.
3rd - Knight's Blosscoton Barabus
Open Dog (6 Entries 2 Absentees)
1st - Watson and Disney's Petit Casson's Omega (Imp Dk) - Very well made dog with an excellent head. He has a correct topline and overall shape. Held his outline well during his excellent movement. I think he could carry more condition but he is in correct coat and I rate him very typical of his breed. Best Dog.
2nd - Clover's Cotonalba Creach - Also well made with a good head. He has a very good front and good quarters to give reach and drive on the move. Coat condition is a little bit soft. A little bit too level in topline to beat the winner today.
3rd - Benaroch's Am/Can Ch. Cotonfield First Kiss
Veteran Dog/Bitch (0 Entries 0 Absentees)
Good Citizen Dog/Bitch (1 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Hancock's Szolohegyi Bitanguzo Jett - this dog was 4th in limit. A bit higher in body ratios. Very good coat quality, plenty of head and eye, too level in topline. Moved OK.
Puppy Bitch (6 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Gill's Cotonkiss Splish Splash - most promising. She is beautifully made. Well angulated shoulders, good turn of stifle making her an exceptionally good mover for a puppy. A beautiful head, I think she can have a great future.
2nd - Murdoch and Hirst's Cotonalba Boreraig - a bit smaller and not as strong in head as winner. Not quite the typical topline and a puppy that needs more time to develop. Quite good on the move.
3rd - Clemo's Cotonxtreme Rhea
Junior Bitch (4 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Pearman and Vinaccia's Cotonkiss Penny from Heaven at Mopseycoton - excellent, correct in most departments. I liked her proportions, her construction and has a good coat. She also has a very good head. She moved extremely well. A quality bitch that I rate very highly. Best Bitch and Best of Breed.
2nd - Peckett's Cotonkiss Petite Power at Cotontop - shorter bodied than winner, still a good bitch. Not as strong in head and needs time to develop in front. On the plus side, has a good coat and breed type. Moved well.
Post Graduate Bitch (4 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Pearman and Vinaccia's Jespersen's Ziggi Wiggi at Mopseycoton - This is a very well made young bitch. Correct proportions, good angulation and all of a piece. Holds herself well on the move, never losing that correct topline. She has a very good head, correct muzzle and eyes. Excellent coat quality. Reserve Bitch.
2nd - Craig's Cotonkiss Juicy Lucy - Most attractive, well presented bitch. Good body with correct coat and she moved very well. Her topline not as good as winner today but I rate her very highly.
3rd - Waller and Suttie's Tsachillies Amazing Helaine (Imp Swe)
Limit Bitch (1 Entries 0 Absentees)
1st - Peckett's Cotonkiss French Floozie at Cotontop - a very good bitch with quality more than substance. I think she could have more body and a softer coat texture. She moved quite well and presents a nice picture. A useful bitch.
Open Bitch (2 Entries 1 Absentees)
1st - Gill and Miles's Cotonkiss Viva La Juicy - in general a good bitch overall. Quite good on the move, quite well put together with good presentation and handled well. Typical in head and expression. Another good one in an entry that I enjoyed today.