- Show Date: 25/08/2018
- Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
- Judged by: Lloyd Cross Contact Judge
- Published Date: 02/11/2020
West Bromwich & Wednesbury Canine Society
Many thanks to the committee for the kind invitation to judge the hound group at this very friendly and well run show at the Sports Connexion, Ryton on Dunsmore. A lovely entry even though it was hound day at SKC for which I thank the exhibitors for their support – some cracking dogs on show. I prefer to see exhibits moved a lot as I feel the construction of all hound breeds become much more apparent on the move as opposed to in the stack. Thanks to all exhibitors for their great handling and good sportsmanship.
Post Grad (1,0)
1st Keates Affietar Glen Maragan JW – lovely maturing black masked sabled gold dog of very sound overall construction. Well balanced skull, good dark eye and pigmentation good strong jaw, correct bite, lovely neck and elegant head carriage. Good shoulder placement well set back flowing into lovely level topline, good tight elbows and correct large feet. Stood alone but I did appreciate the qualities of this dog. Will do very well in the future and one for the top in my opinion. BOB
Post Grad (0)
1st Addis’ Savannastorm Nature’s Child – lovely red/white dog of good proportions, well balanced and sound all through. Good length to height ratio, lovely shoulders and correct angulation fore and aft, good head and eye, nice drive on the move. Another that stood alone in its breed on the day but very worthy of his BOB.
1st Quinney-Spencer’s Quincerhound Charmed Piper – lovely 7 month tri bitch of correct and balanced proportions. Lovely head, dark pigmentation and correctly shaped dark eye. Lovely construction all through. Great balance for a puppy and moved with purpose from well angulated hind quarters. I am sure one to follow for the future. Best Puppy & Puppy Group 2 in a strong line up.
2nd Holland’s Mirada Lolola – another very sound moving and well balanced puppy, lovely head and expression, good firm topline just preferred the angulation of winner.
3rd Rodericks Barterhound Princess
1st Hunts Bondlea Lucy – Just out of puppy tri bitch, lovely compact shape, beautiful head with soft correct expression. Well placed low set ears, good length of neck flowing into good shoulders, straight front, with rounded bone ending in tight feet. Good body level top line, good turn of stifle.
2nd Petersons Troopersway Prince George – very houndy larger type, great bone & substance, good head & expression, moved soundly preferred the balance of winner.
3rd Quinney-Spencers Quincerhound Charmed Leo
Post Grad (2,0)
1st Petersons Troopersway Gladiator JW ShCM - Tri, balanced outline, handsome hound head with dark eyes, low set ears. Lovely neck flowing to good shoulders, front legs straight with rounded bone finished off with neat feet. Well sprung ribs, level top line. Pleasing well angulated hind quarters. Covered the ground well. RBOB
2nd Bondlea Lucy
1st Phillips & Keytes Lanesend Segenhoe JW ShCM – A beautifully balanced dog with lovely outline both on the move and stacked. Super quality head with dark pigmentation and expressive dark eye.
He immediately caught my eye with his excellent construction and sound movement. Nothing exaggerated throughout with enough substance, super balanced, great angulation fore and aft, shown in hard condition strong firm thighs with low set hocks – this excellent balance and sound construction combined to give him an excellent forward reach with good strong drive from behind which clinched him BOB. Unfortunately, in the group was upset prior to entering the ring and was not at all happy, shame as I liked him a lot.
2nd Caple’s Tregoniggie Colour of Magic at Moresefield JW ShCM – another super exhibit of elegant lines, correct size and balance, lovely head eye and expression, great sound construction and angulation moved well unlucky to meet the lovely dog in this mixed sex class.
3rd Hollands Eardley Walk the Talk at Tagahound
Post Grad (1,0)
1st Johnson’s Skyrose Sea of Papavas at Viridis – elegant white/black bitch of good breed type, correct head and eye on lovely neck, great outline. On the move was a little loose in front action and a little sluggish. That said well deserved her BOB.
1st Skyrose Sea of Papavas at Viridis
1st Porczynska’s Diamondridge Destiny Child – lovely strong bitch, good head, correct pigmentation, nice eye and expression, strong neck and well placed shoulders flowing into good topline. Well angulated fore and aft. Had a lovely outline in profile and was impressed with movement coming and going away. RBOB, BPIB & Hound Puppy Group 3
1st Doughty’s Maanhaar Primo-Creatus Henrietta for Rubiltra (Imp Ukr) – sound and honest bitch with good overall balance. Good neck and shoulders strong outline held on the move which won her BOB over the puppy on the day. Also Hound Group 4.
2nd Diamondridge Destiny Child
3rd Barnes & House’s Diamondridge Dream-Catch-Me
Post Grad (2,0)
1st Maanhaar Primo-Creatus Henrietta for Rubiltra
2nd Diamondridge Dream-Catch-Me
1st Hobbs Kaymark Graceful with Beaconsfylde – beautifully balanced elegant bitch puppy, nothing exaggerated, long and lean head, nice strong jawline, dark pigment and oval eye, super long muscular neck nicely arched, good well laid back shoulders, good bone and straight front with correct width.
Deep chest and nice top and underline – super graceful arch over loin. Moved with drive and assuredly for a puppy from strong hindquarters. Lovely well let down hocks. Covered the ground well moving straight in front and behind. Well presented and handled BPIB & Hound Puppy Group Winner
2nd Osbournes Florancy Above and Beyond Derohan – another lovely bitch puppy, all the above comments apply to this lovely exhibit. Splitting hairs on the day, will no doubt win well in the future. Well presented and handled.
3rd Cyrangrange Serendipi Tea
1st Dufty & Moreland’s Triken Dream Chaser – very well balanced dog only just out of puppy and should mature into a lovely exhibit. Super head and eye, strong arched neck flowing into well placed and laid back shoulders, good depth of brisket, well muscled. Moved soundly fore and aft hold a lovely outline full of flowing lines. On the day a little hesitant to be handled but his qualities won him the class. One that will do well given more time and confidence.
2nd Pitchers Lolani Tennessee Fire At Amphoras – of a nice type and size – similar comments to 1st apply here, lovely flowing lines – on the day just preferred the movement of the winner
Post Grad (5,1)
1st Vaughans Shirotae Solo Surprise – beautifully feminine bitch of correct size, lovely flowing lines, super dark pigmentation, dark eye lovely expression, nicely defined head. Sound construction throughout, lovely hind angulation used to great advantage on the move. Ran the eventual BOB winner close. Delighted to award her RBOB.
2nd Lindley’s Jazzellie Dream Forever – super bitch of lovely balance and sound construction. Moved with drive and straight fore and aft. Just preferred the head and expression of winner.
3rd Kelly’s Martdia Dazzle and Daze
Open Dog (1,1)
Open Bitch (7,1)
1st Lindley’s Cobyco Charming Ways of Jazzellie- super elegant bitch of just over 2 years. Loved her look at me presence in the ring. Well balanced brindle girl of super elegant lines – correct size, great angles throughout, lovely lay of shoulder, deep brisket and nice strong loin, super mover correct fore and aft – beautiful outline at all times, on going over I found her to flow from head to tail. Nothing exaggerated and one I was very taken with. Delighted to award her BOB & Hound Group 2.
2nd Fishers Marleben Dream Maker – lovely faun of slightly rangier type to my winner however her movement easily gave her the 2nd place in this strong class. Super angles, great outline and lovely depth of keel.
3rd Vaughan’s Shirotae Gin Sing
AVNSC HOUNDPuppy (2,0)
1st Starkeys Carpaccio Black Obsidian for Hamoura – B/T Min smooth Dachshund – a real cheeky young dog of good promise – good hind quarters and nice angulation better in length of ribbing than 2 but in urgent need of more training to settle him down. Best AVNSC Puppy
2nd Grahams Brumberhill Armstrong – wild boar Std W/H Dachshund – promising standard wire minor puppy. In need of developing into his frame at the moment. Given more time should fill out and have a better profile. At the moment tall and rangy but that said strong hindquarters and decent topline on the stack and move. One to watch how he develops.Junior (1,0)
1st Kerry’s Kireton Hebe – b/t min smooth dachshund – beautiful bitch just out of puppy – for me has great quality lovely outline nice head and eye, good neck into correctly angulated shoulders lovely deep oval front good ribbing and super topline. Will watch this youngsters progress with interest. A real outgoing character and sometimes needed to concentrate a little more – gave her handler a hard time.Post Grad (2,0)
1st Stargang High Hopes of Robinswood – red min smooth dachshund dog of quality – lovely balanced dog that catches the eye with a super outline on the move and excellent movement fore and aft. I would prefer a stronger head on a dog but that said overall a quality exhibit. Well presented and well handled.
2nd Hunt’s Soletrader Buzz Aldrinnat Bondlea – PBGV dog of a good size, good head and eye nice coat – could have a stronger front construction and a little more hind angulation but moved soundly. Against the different breed standards - preferred the outline of the winner on the move.Open (2,0)
1st Kerry’s Kireton Cici – b/t min smooth dachshund out of the top drawer. I have had the pleasure of judging her in the past and awarding her a res CC – she remains quality through and through and a lovely size. Correct head and eye, good neck, lovely depth of keel and prominent forechest. Great ribbing and short loin – super movement and lovely outline at all times. Delighted to award her Best AVNSC & Hound Group 1.
2nd Adams Wyldetarn Shoot From The Hip – quality std wire dachshund still a young dog but real quality. Good head and eye, lovely front construction nice prominent keel and good depth. Nicely angulated hind quarters used with purpose on the move. Great outline on the stack and in motion. Moved well fore and aft. Very unlucky to come up against such a top drawer opponent. Reserve Best AVNSC Hound.Hound Group
1. Kerry’s Kireton Cici – Miniature s/h Dachshund
2. Lindley’s Cobyco Charming Ways Of Jazzellie – Whippet
3. Dance’s Emem Gloria Sunshine -Miniature w/h Dachshund
4. Doughty’s Maanhaar Primo-Creatus Henrietta for Ribultra (Imp UKR) – Rhodesian Ridgeback
Hound Puppy Group
1. Hobbs Kaymark Graceful with Beaconsfylde – Whippet
2. Quinney-Spencer’s Quincerhound Charmed Piper – Beagle
3. Porczynska’s Diamondridge Destiny Child – Rhodesian Ridgeback
4. McCarthy’s Nagshall Love Constantly – Miniature L/H Dachshund
Judge: Lloyd Cross (Loggeta)