• Show Date: 18/05/2018
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judged by: Paul Eardley Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 02/11/2020

Scottish Kennel Club

Breed: Norwich Terrier

SKC MAY 2018-NORWICH TERRIERS Junior Dog (1 entry) 1st. Smith’s Javidel Walk In The Park-a good one to start the day with. Lovely head, good outline, full of himself and filled my eye. Res CC Open Dog (3 entries) 1st. Crawley, Oddie, Dyer & Nagrecha’s Ragus Scouts Honour-beautiful type and so correct for size. I loved his head, super bite, great neck and shoulders, lovely firm and level top line and correct rear angulation. Good mover in all directions, super coat texture and showed with sparkle. Only young so there is more to come yet. CC and BOB. 2nd. Lazenby’s Tinkave I’m The Man-bigger and heavier all through than the winner and a bit proud of his tail. Super show temperament and went above another typy one on movement. Puppy Bitch (3 entries, 1 absent) 1st. Hitchen & Lumpkin’s Kreatin Extra Treat-Very pretty youngster, lovely typical head, super short body and great temperament. Res CC. I was delighted to see that she placed 2nd in the puppy group. 2nd. Crawley’s Ragus Silk Moth- looked a bit of a baby against the first. Super head developing and good rear. Junior Bitch (2 entries, 1 absent) 1st Kell’s Amicaro Light Up The Sky-this one looked a little narrow all through. Is a bit in between and will look better with maturity. Coat texture good. Limit Bitch (1 entry) 1st. Batey’s Ragus Burning Question-I liked this one, feminine but with a bit of substance, good size, very much a terrier with a real look at me expression. Looked good in profile. Well presented and handled. CC Open Bitch (2 entries, 1 absent) 1st. Armstrong & Lawrance’s Elantiz Mockinjay-beautifully presented girl, good outline, would prefer a little more head and she was not always helping her handler. Veteran Bitch (1 entry) 1st Armstrong & Lawrance’s Elantiz Rambling Rosie-in lovely form for her age, good head, moved ok and pushed the youngsters. Pleased to see that she was 2nd in the veteran group. Paul Eardley