• Date: 06/09/2019
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judge: Vanessa Cox Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 02/11/2020

Richmond Dog Show Society

Breed: Pomeranian

Richmond Championship Dog Show 2019

Pomeranian

VD (1)

1. Hills’ Ch Casarow's Monty Python JW ShCM. This lad belies his 9 years, attractive outline and compactly built with short back and high set well plumed tail. Masculine head, neat ears, with dark eyes giving a keen, alert expression. Sound limbs, fine bone and small neat feet. Beautifully presented double coat. Typical and sound on the move and a real showman too. Best Veteran in breed and delighted to see him win the Toy Veteran group.

SBD (3)

1. Gooch’s Paavali’s First Choice At Cassibawn. Scored here in terms of maturity and with lots to like too. Attractive head with dark eyes and excellent nose pigment. Fine boned legs, cat like feet, coat of correct texture with lovely high tail. Typical and sound on the move and very attentive to his handler. Pleased to award him Best Special Beginners and delighted to see him go group 4 in the Toy Special Beginners group, well done.

2. Simmons’ Petitpom Legend Of Love. Well balanced boy compactly built giving a pleasing outline. Attractive head, neat ears and bright intelligent dark eyes. Good front, finely boned legs and neat cat like feet. Shown in good coat with high set tail carried right over back. Moved out confidently just a touch close going away today.

3. Brown’s Furminator At Altina Naf Taf Imp.

MPD (3)

1. Cawthera-Purdy’s Lireva's The Power And Glory. Scored on movement in this class, very sound both front and rear and an accomplished showman for one so young. Most attractive foxy head and expression, and tiny high set ears. Good forehand, fine boned, short back and with lovely high tail set to finish the shape. Nicely balanced youngster in lovely coat and condition. Promising pup.

2. Brown’s Furminator At Altina Naf Taf Imp. A change of handler in this class and he settled down to move well in all directions. Very attractive head, good eye shape, well placed ears tiny ears. Finely boned legs, neat cat like feet, good angulations and high set tail.

3. Kee’s My Masterpiece (Imp), sweet youngster not cooperating with his handler today.

PD (5,1abs)

1. Pike & Carter’s Breezelyn Latin Gigolo. Super pup, and a real eye catcher too, compactly built, very well ribbed, short back with high set tail well plumed and carried well over back all giving a pleasing shape. Sweet head, correct eye shape and neat ears. Good front, fine bone and neat feet. Coat presented to advantage and he looked a picture so attentive to his handler. Came into his own on the move, sound as a pound with a brisk, easy action. BPD

2. Brown’s Altina's Tom Thumb. Another lovely quality pup with the prettiest of heads and foxy face, dark eyes full of expression and neat high set ears. Correct bone with nice cat-like feet. Short in back, good ribbing for age with high set tail giving a pleasing overall shape and balance. Moved out confidently, just touch close behind today.

3. Johnson’s Amardica Legend Of Magic At Startori

JD (4,1abs)

1. Nolan’s Villenelle’s Lovin The Sun. Stood out in this class, presents a most attractive outline. Prettiest of heads and expression, small ears, dark correctly shape eyes with bright expression and excellent nose pigment. Good front and legs on neat cat like feet. Good depth of chest, short back and high set well plumed tail carried right over back. In very good show condition with super coat, came into his own on move and sound as they come. Close up for RCC just a touch more maturity needed, but I’m sure we’ll being hearing more of him.

2. Maes & Paulussen’s Pommekes Resort Rocky. Attractive youngster with lots to like. Pretty head with a keen expression, muzzle could perhaps be a touch shorter and neat small ears. Good front and chest, short back, nice fine bone with correct cat-like feet, coat of correct texture with lovely high tail set. Moved out soundly not quite as fluid as winner.

3. Simmons’ Petitpom Legend Of Love

PGD (4)

1. Reid’s Pomirosa Special One. Very typy and smart in appearance giving a very pleasing overall shape and balance. Sweet head, short muzzle, small neat ears and keen intelligent expression. Good forehand, short back and lovely high set well plumed tail carried over back to finish the shape. Moved out well with a brisk, easy action and an attentive showman.

2. Maes & Paulussen’s Pommekes Resort Rocky. See previous notes- his outline and shape won him this class place.

3. Gooch’s Paavali’s First Choice At Cassibawn.

LD (3,1abs)

1. Maes & Paulussen’s Pommekes Resort Rocky. See previous notes, preferred his coat texture.

2. Hills’ Toybox Lucifer Among Sharhazlah Sh.CM. Overall shape and balance was good and a nice size too. Sweet foxy head with neat ears and the darkest of correctly shaped eyes with keen expression. Well bodied, good ribbing and compactly built with high set tail carried right over back. Coat texture was a bit soft which cost him the class. As sound as they come on the move with a brisk easy action.

OD (5,1abs)

1. Cawthera-Purdy’s Ch Reta Hugo's There Lireva. A real eye-catcher and such attitude too, he presents a most attractive shape, short back with high set well plumed tail carried well over his back. Attractive head, neat ears, dark eyes with such a bright intelligent expression. Very good forehand, well ribbed with fine bone and neat feet. Top notch presentation in correct full double coat. Attentive showman who scored highly on the move with a brisk easy action. Really stood out in the line-up for CC with the classic Pom shape. Delighted to award him the DCC and BOB and fantastic to see him still showing his socks off to win Toy Group 1.

2. Holman’s Ch Baromar Dubonet At Altina. Another lovely exhibit very showy and attentive to handler. Beautiful head and expression, small dark correctly shape eyes with keen expression, tiny ears and excellent nose pigmentation. Compact body, well ribbed, short back, high set profusely plumed tail carried right over back all giving a breed typical silhouette. Presented in tip top condition. His excellent construction showed in his movement, sound out and back with a brisk, easy action. Pleased to award him the RDCC.

3. Pike & Carter’s Breezelyn Dandy Dick Turpin.

VB (1)

1. Lambert’s Jillapom Talula With Pomstar. Mature 7 year lady, whose overall size, shape and balance was good. Sweet head, nice eyes, small well placed ears, tendency to show her tongue. Good forehand with fine bone and compact feet. Well ribbed with shortish back and high set tail carried well over back. Moved well around the ring, just a touch close behind.

SBB (2)

1. Brown’s Altina's Costa Minta. Nicely balanced girl with a very attractive head and expression, fine muzzle and neat well placed ears. Compact body with good ribbing, deep chest and high set well plumed tail carried right over back give a typical outline. Shown in great coat and condition. Moved out soundly with an easy action.

2. Charalambous’ Eacpoms She's A Rainbow. Smaller girl, sweet head with small high set ears, small dark eyes and very good pigment. Fine boned and neat cat like feet, short coupled body and high set tail carried right over back. Needs more practice on the table to show herself to better advantage, but once on the ground she was sound and steady on the move.

MPB (5,1abs)

1. Cawthera-Purdy’s Lireva's Glorious. Quality puppy with a feminine sweet expression, smallest of ears and good eye shape with the brigh keen glint. Super outline, well ribbed for age, short back and high set tail carried over the back giving a typical shape. Finely boned legs and neat cat like feet, top notch coat for age. Scoring highly on the move, she is sound both front and rear, very showy pup.

2. Johnson’s Startori Shadow Of The Skys Naf. Overall shape and balance was good. Sweet head, foxy face, high set neat ears, dark eyes and nose. Correct bone with nice cat-like feet. Short in back, good ribbing for age with high set tail giving a pleasing overall shape and balance. Puppy coat is of good quality. Moved out well with brisk and buoyant action.

3. Holman’s Altinas Isadorable.

PB (5)

1. Davey’s Klassna Time Will Tell. Beautiful little girl, caught my eye as soon as she entered the ring. Handles so well and has a pleasing balanced outline. Lovely head, neat ears, darkest of correctly shaped eyes and fine muzzle. Very good forehand, good legs and cat like feet, well ribbed, short compact body with lovely well plumed high tail set to finish the shape. Top notch coat condition and presentation and such an attentive showgirl, impressive on move with Moved a brisk buoyant action. Very promising pup, delighted to award her BPB, BPIB and the RBCC. Shortlisted in the Toy Puppy Group. I’m sure we’ll be hearing lots more of her.

2. Pike & Carter’s Breezelyn Rock Chick Naf. Another lovely example of the breed just not quite so forward as winner as yet, but lots to like and full of promise. Pretty head with a keen expression, tiny well placed ears and the darkest of correctly shaped eyes. Very good forehand, well ribbed for age, compact body. Presented nicely with super coat with lovely high tail set to finish the shape. Moved steadily, just needs to settle a little but she is lovely pup full of quality.

3. Johnson’s Amardica Legend Of Dreams.

JB (2)

1. Brown’s Altina's Costa Minta. See SBB notes

2. Davey’s Klassna Luxury Silk. Sweet little girl giving away quite a bit in terms of maturity in this class as she just 9 months. Overall shape and balance was pleasing. Pretty head, neat high set ears, dark eyes and very good nose pigment. Short backed with good tail carried over the back, well ribbed and shown good coat for age. Moved out confidently and soundly both ways, a nice pup.

PGB (4,2abs)

1. Reid’s Pomirosa Miss Fabulous. Pleasing foxy head and expression, dark correctly shaped eyes, fine muzzle and very good nose pigment. Lovely outline, well ribbed and overall shape and balance was good too. Fine boned legs and cat like feet. Very good muscle tone and well-made hindquarters which showed in her very good movement, very sound and true out and back. Presented beautifully in lovely double coat with high set tail carried over back.

2. Hills’ Vivica Fox At Toybox . Nice sized girl with a pretty head with neat ears and dark eyes with bright intelligent expression. Fine boned and neat cat like feet, short coupled body and high set tail carried right over back. Moved out soundly just not quite as fluid as winner.

LB (4,1abs)

1. Reid’s Pomirosa Dancing the Dream. Well-proportioned girl with a pleasing shape. Pretty head with well-placed ears and dark although slight round eyes. Short back, well ribbed, good legs and neatly trimmed cat like feet. Really good hindquarters, which showed in her, positive movement. Double coat of correct texture with lovely high tail set to finish the shape.

2. Wilcox & Selwood’s Solar Smile Love Is A Battlefield At Tracdal Boazp. Slightly smaller than winner but nicely put together, pretty head with high set ears and dark eyes. Good front, well ribbed, short back with high tail which could be a touch more plumed. Shown in lovely double coat. Moved out soundly and steadily.

3. Charalambous’ Misteriya Del Esto Valkyrie Trisha (Imp Rus).

OB (3,1abs)

1. Cawthera-Purdy’s Ch Lireva's Dancing With Stars. Top quality girl who catches the eye with her typical outline. The prettiest of heads with foxy outline, well placed ears and dark correctly shaped eyes. Good forehand, well ribbed, short and compact cobby body topped off with a high set tail carried right over her back giving such a lovely shape. Not quite in full coat but it is of good texture. Scored highly on move with her sound brisk action and so attentive to her handler. Pleased to award her the BCC.

2. Reid’s Sweet Heart Of Chiao Li Ya At Pomirosa. Lovely typy girl and very pretty too, beautiful head with dark sparkling eyes, well placed ears and fine muzzle. Correct layback of shoulder, short in back, good rib and overall shape and balance was very good. Presents a most attractive outline. Harsh double coat presented to advantage. Considered her for RCC but she didn't want to cooperate with her handler and just didn’t quite settle of the move today.

Vanessa Cox (Judge)