• Date: 17/02/2018
  • Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
  • Judge: Alison Broome Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 05/11/2018

North Of England Scottish Terrier Club

Special Triers Dog or Bitch (2, 1 absent)

1. Greenwood’s Petmon Light Of My Life. This veteran dog moved well for his age, he has a clean and well-proportioned head with a dark eye and well-set ears. Good run of neck into a low, deep body with substantial bone and adequate angulation throughout.

Puppy Dog (2, 0 absent)

1. Kenny Marriott & Kirk Gellatly & Marriott’s Millingford Hudson. This lovely puppy stood out demonstrating excellent breed type and balance. Pleasing head and expression, good front and rear angulation with good depth and bone. Well muscled throughout. Moved well in profile. Best Puppy Dog.

2. Vickers’ Eskwyre Goodbye Mr Chips. A couple of months younger than the class winner, this well presented puppy has a pleasing outline which he maintained on the move, good length and proportions of head, good run of neck, flowing well into a level topline. Lacked the maturity of the class winner.

Junior Dog (2, 1 absent)

1. Rutherford’s Carisco Follow Your Dreams. This Junior dog was well presented with good depth and texture of coat. Although a bit taller than the Best Dog winner, he has a well constructed front and rear and moved clean coming and going. Head well proportioned and of good length with a dark eye and ears of good set and shape. Reserve Best Dog.

Graduate Dog (1, 0 absent)

1. Willis’ Carisco Kings Crudaser. At 18 months old, this young dog still has some maturing to do, but was presented in good coat and condition. Good angulation throughout and moved well in profile demonstrating a correct tail set.

Open Dog (2, 1 absent)

1. Meek’s Benartybrae Macarena At Benbetham. This lovely mature wheaten dog is well proportioned throughout with good angulation and breed type, maintaining his outline both in standing and on the move. He is low to the ground with a well constructed front, good depth, short-backed and ribs well rounded. Best Dog, RBIS.

Veteran Dog or Bitch (1, 0 absent)

1. Greenwood’s Petmon Miss Tiggywinkle ShCM. Looking fantastic for her age, this veteran bitch was well presented in excellent coat. She has a feminine, clean head of good proportions. Her body is low to the ground and short backed with a well constructed front and rear. Moved well. Best Veteran.

Minor Puppy Bitch (1, 0 absent)

1. Becquet & Darby’s Minorlines Royal Imperial Bescott. This promising youngster has lovely breed type and excellent proportions throughout. She moved well in profile as well as coming and going, demonstrating excellent front and rear construction and good tail set. Pleasing head with dark, almond eye and feminine expression. Best Puppy Bitch, BPIS.

Puppy Bitch (2, 1 absent)

1. Roe & Stewart’s Eskwyre It’s A Lot Like Love. Brindle bitch presented in excellent coat and condition. Good angulation throughout, moved clean coming and head clean with good proportions and a dark, almond eye. Could do with more depth, but this should come with age.

Junior Bitch (4, 0 absent)

1. Rutherford’s Carisco Cendal Cream. At 18 months old, this beautiful wheaten bitch was presented in fantastic coat and condition. She displays plenty of breed type and maintained her outline both in standing and on the move. Good bone and substance, well angulated throughout with a well constructed front and powerful rear. Head strongly constructed and of good length and proportions while maintaining feminine expression, ears of good set and shape. Best Bitch, BIS.

2. Meek’s Lomondview Amber Solitare At Benbetham. A size smaller than the class winner, this bitch is short-backed with a level topline and moved well in profile. Head proportions ok, ears set well, good expression. A bit out of coat on the day.

Gradate Bitch (5, 2 absent)

1. Willis’ Trakside Cobalion. This bitch was presented in good coat and moved well. Body of good depth, short-backed and tail set well. Could do with a bit more length in head and neck, but skull and foreface of equal length with correct bite, good eye colour and shape, ears set well.

2. Meek’s Benbetham Geraldine Of Oban. Moved well in profile, short-backed with a level topline. Front and rear construction ok. Good expression with a dark eye and ears of good set and shape. Handled well, but not in as good coat as the class winner.

Limit Bitch (5, 4 absent)

1. Becquet & Darby’s Minorlines Princess Royal Bescott. Displaying plenty of terrier attitude, this well proportioned bitch has a excellent front and rear construction and plenty of depth with good run of neck and muscular hindquarters. Head of good length and proportions with ears set well. Moved well coming and going. Reserve Best Bitch.