- Date: 10/05/2018
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judge: Vanessa Cox Contact Judge
- Published Date: 05/11/2018
Birmingham Dog Show Society Ltd
National Dog show 2018 - German Pinschers
1. Ellis’ Goodsouls Rumour Has It It's Falkor. Eye catching youngster who has a lovely balanced outline. Feminine well-shaped head with dark oval eyes and well placed ears. Straight front with good bone, well laid shoulders leading into correct topline with slight slope. Good rear angulations and shown in tip top condition. Came into her own on the move with strong and easy ground covering stride, pleased to award her RBB.
2. Portman, Bond, and Portman’s Redrovia Bonneville. Another nicely balanced youngster, with some more developing to do. Masculine head, dark oval eyes and correct dentition. Good front and legs, firm topline, strongly muscled hindquarters with well bent stifles. Not quite as settled on move today as the winner but he is sound away and back. Shown in gleaming coat.
1. Ellis’ Nettle’s Londonderry For Falkor (Fin Imp). Pleasing youngster with a balanced clean outline and good size too. Masculine wedge shaped head, high set ears and oval eyes. Straight front with well boned legs, well laid shoulders, deep chest good topline with slight slope leading into well-muscled hind quarters. Shown in gleaming jacket. Scored highly on his movement, moved out with an easy and powerful ground covering stride. Pleased to award him RBD.
2. Wakefield’s Ceriinan Vivica At Brintala. Another nice one, this time feminine version, pleasing wedge shaped head, and alert expression, ears not quite as neat as the winners. Good front and legs, good reach of neck, well laid shoulders. Firm topline and well-muscled hindquarters. Shown in glossy jacket and well-conditioned body. Good on the move with an easy stride.
3. Mordacz And Lewczuk’s Paula Kalong
1. Wakefield’s Int Ch Hickson Matrix of Milo at Brintala (Imp). Mature boy with a pleasing balanced outline. Handsome masculine wedge shaped head, with well-placed ears, oval eyes and excellent pigment. Straight front with well boned legs, well laid shoulders and good depth of chest, topline flows nicely with well-developed hindquarters. Presented in first class condition, good muscle tone and dense glossy coat. Really good mover, scoring highly for his free and powerful ground covering action. Pleased to award him BD.
2. Wynne-Eyton’s Ir Ch Brintala Valentino At Twrcymru CW17. Built on bigger lines than the winner, this mature male has a good wedge shaped masculine head, oval eyes and excellent pigment. He can stand a touch wide at front, has well boned legs and tight feet. Good topline with slight slope and shown in lovely coat and body condition. Moved out with a good stride.
1. Smith and Holliday’s Inxs Written In The Stars. Classy girl, loved her compact size and balanced shape with the desired slight slope to her topline giving a typical outline. Feminine blunt wedge shaped head, high set ears and dark oval eyes. Straight well boned legs with tight feet. Good reach of neck, well laid shoulders, deep chest and well bent stifles. Shown in super coat and body condition. Her construction suggests she should move well, and she does, with such a powerful easy stride, covering the ground well. Pleased to award her BB and BOB.
2. Wakefield’s Hickson Heaven Is On Fire. Similar size and has a nicely balanced outline with a good topline. Lovely head and expression, high ear set and excellent pigment. Straight front and well boned legs with tight feet. Shoulders well laid back, nicely angulated hindquarters. Moved out well good ground covering action.
3. Kell and Stewart’s Calvaxar Cheyenne.
1. Wakefield’s Ch Lux Ch Legacy's Wish-ful Thinking Via Aritau. A 9yr compact girl who belies her years. Pleasing for size and full of breed type. Feminine wedge shaped head, high set ears, dark oval eyes and very good mouth. Straight front and well boned legs. Well laid shoulders, deep chest and she was maintaining her topline at all times. Excellent coat and muscle tone, could carry a touch less weight to advantage, if she can lose that, she’ll be in with a real chance in the challenge. She has great action, such an easy ground covering stride. BV.
Vanessa Cox (Judge)