- Show Date: 25/03/2018
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Mark Phillips Contact Judge
- Published Date: 02/11/2020
West Of England Bull Terrier Club
The West of England Bull Terrier Club Ch. Show
25th March 2018
Judge Mark Phillips
I would like to thank the West of England BTC committee for inviting me to judge their championship show & for the smooth organised running of the show. I would also like to thank all the exhibitors for giving me such a good entry in number and in quality, which made for some very difficult and close decisions. In particular my Open Dog & Bitch classes were excellent for depth of quality and fantastic to have such choice.
Special Beginners Dog (1 entry)
1: Martin & Vanstone’s Diton Dixieland with Pusissance. Sound compact balanced white dog with blk ears. Good fill and nice turn to head with no exaggeration. Good eye & mouth. Moved with drive from behind , closer in front. Ears could do with being stronger.
Puppy Dog (2 entries)
1: Godsall’s Neverland Devils Own. Striking upstanding red & white puppy dog. Lovely lines when standing. Well turned head with good fill and excellent expression. Mouth fault.Lovely front with neat feet. Covered the ground freely on the move. Super showman. With maturity one to watch. Best Puppy.
2: Dweck & Swan’s Neverland The Devil To Pay. Masculine white dog, not as mature as his brother. Strong well filed head with expression. Mouth fault. Good bone and neat feet. Moved well behind and covered the ground.
Junior Dog (7 entries,1 absent)
1: Lamonby’s Emred Dikram Devils Brew. Quality terrier type white dog with ear markings. Head filled and turned without exaggeration. Wicked eye and good mouth. Cobby and compact in body with lovely turn of stifle. Moved true and with drive, just needs time to settle and mature.
2: Martin & Vanstone’s Diton Dixieland with Pusissance.
3: Mc Pherson’s Beskermengel Golden Sirius
Novice Dog (1 entry)
1: Marles’ Sandi Bullies Divine Architect Buildon. Elegant white dog with ear patch. Turned head, lacking a little fill & profile but with good expression. Mouth off. Lovely reach of neck and good turn of stifle. Could be tighter throughout. Moved better going than coming.
Post Graduate Dog (4 entries)
1: Foster’s Bilboen Great Dragon’s Spy. Typy compact brindle and white dog. Lovely turned head with excellent fill and well placed ears. Good mouth. Well made & balanced throughout with neat feet. Moved with drive from behind. Super showman and difficult to fault, I would just prefer a little more of him.
2: Smalley’s Vetsbullies Jesus of Briden. Powerful masculine black brindle and white dog. Super filled and turned head with wicked expression. Mouth fault. Straight front and good angulation. Moved freely and with drive. Didn’t make the most of himself. Very close decision between 1 & 2.
3: Scott & Sutcliffe’s Tilleah Jessee James At Dotannebull
Limit Dog (4 entries,2 absent)
1: Mundy’s Ukusa Hellacious. Large upstanding solid red dog. Powerful head with good turn and finish. Misplaced tooth. Lovely reach of neck and straight front with neat feet. Prefer more angulation behind. Lacks drive on the move. Super showman.
2: Armstrong & Von Memerty’s Ukusa Porthos. Upstanding white dog. Strong head with decent fill and keen expression. Not as tidy in front as 1. Good quarters and neat feet. Sporadic showman.
Open Dog (9 entries, 1 absent)
1: Newberry’s Ukusa Dosequis. Eyecatching masculine cobby white dog with ear patch. Super turned and filled head with strong underjaw and excellent expression. Mouth OK. Well made, compact & shapely throughout. Lovely chunky round bone. Feet could be tidier. Really powerful quarters which he uses to drive with on the move and powers down the mat. A real stallion who showed like a top and won the CC with something to spare. Dog CC & BIS
2:Catilina’s Dofro Tjurpanna Stormrider. Showy terrier type white dog with lovely lines. Good profile with fill and wicked expression. Good mouth. Shapely and well made throughout with neat feet and lovely forechest. Moved close behind but moved freely and covered the ground. Super showman. Res Dog CC
3: Sineri’s White Kamikaze
Special Beginners Bitch (1 entry)
1: Malden’s Louka Shooting Star. Cobby white bitch with red ears. Strong head with fill. Good mouth & keen eye. Nice forechest and good turn of stifle. Moved well, once settled. Needs to make more of herself.
Puppy Bitch (5 entries,2 absent)
1: Westwood’s Tulsadoom Ninki Nanka. Cobby white puppy bitch with black eyes. Superb head, filled and turned with wicked expression. Mouth fault. Lovely bone and substance with good turn of stifle. Her maturity & superior movement won her the class.
2: Pullen’s Blazinbullys Sweet Surprise. Typy upstanding brindle & white puppy bitch. Super profile to head with strength. Mouth fault. Lovely reach of neck with good hind angulation. Covered the ground on the move. Excellent showgirl. More mature than 3
3: Nisbet & Kelly’s Serenbull Soul Angel
Junior Bitch (6 entries,2 absent)
1: Zabinski’s Nordbull Naughty N’Nice At Zabakrol. Eyecatching quality feminine white bitch with blk eye patches. Classical bitch with lovely turned head, completely filled with good underjaw. Good mouth. Lovely reach of neck into straight front with elbows tucked right in. Lovely turn of stifle with round bone. Shapely & balanced throughout. Moved with drive from behind and covered the ground. Presented with a sparkling white jacket and really stood out. Just loved her. Bitch CC
2: Hackett’s Spartiate Devils Vision. Cobby compact tri bitch. Head with decent profile, lacked some fill. Mouth good. Straight front with shapely turned quarters. Moved better behind than in front. Showed well. Doesn’t need to carry anymore weight.
3: West & Jones’ Irazistabull Staring Back At Groundworx
Novice Bitch (3 entries,1 absent)
1: Hall’s Bilboen Glitz n Glamour. Cobby white bitch with red ear. Super head with sweeping profile and good fill up. Could use ears more. Mouth good. Chunky bone, straight front and good hind angulation. Moved close behind and better in front. Needs to make more of herself.
2: Malden’s Louka Shooting Star. Cobby compact white bitch with red ears. Very similar in body to 1 but lacked in profile.
Post Graduate Bitch (5 entries, 2 absent)
1: Paterson’s Bilboen Gersemi. Shapely feminine white bitch with red ear. Good head with profile and finish, well filled. Good mouth. Straight front with powerful turned quarters. Neat feet. Moved better in front than behind but covered the ground. Sparkling condition, could use ears more.
2: Britnell’s The Pie n Mash Queen. Feminine white bitch. Decent fill to head, but lacked in profile. Good mouth. Straight in front and fairly balanced & shapely. Covered the ground on the move.
3: Twyman’s Ukusa Dalliance For Laronbelle
Limit Bitch (7 entries, 3 absent)
1: Blair’s Helena Vom Teltschikturm @ Megavillle. Eyecatching, quality, mahogany brindle & white bitch. Super sweeping profile with good fill & expression. Mouth OK. Lovely reach of neck into straight front with cat feet. Shapely forechest. Cobby & compact throughout. Moved with drive and covered the ground. Sparkling condition, a really animated showgirl who never stopped showing . Res Bitch CC
2: Karta Williams & Williams Kaiserbull’s Tough Love At Karmara. Upstanding feminine white bitch with lovely shapely flowing lines and ring presence. Lovely turned head with good profile and enough fill. Wicked eye and mouth ok. Fairly well made throughout. Moved freely and covered the ground.
3:Johnson’s Javarke River Romance
Open Bitch (9 entries, 1 absent)
1: Gronborg’s Dnk Ch Danelaw Symphony For the Devil. Super feminine upstanding white bitch with flowing lines making a lovely silhouette. Good profile and decent fill up. Well placed ears and strong underjaw. Good mouth. Lovely reach of neck into straight front with neat feet. Good hind angulation and very shapely body. Moved adequately but does cover the ground. Pushed hard in the challenge and never stopped showing.
2: Young & Deutsch’s Trick or Treat Jaunty Air At Kirkville. Compact, feminine, terrier type white bitch. Nicely filled and turned head without exaggeration. Mouth ok. Well made and shapely throughout. Good mover, moved true and with drive. Super showgirl and difficult to fault. I would just prefer a little more of her.
3: Foster & Bicker’s Bilboen Glowing Goddess.