• Date: 09/01/2020
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judge: Pam Marston-Pollock Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 13/01/2020

Boston & District Canine Society

Breed: Spaniel (Sussex)

Boston &DCS 10.1.20 

Sussex Spaniels 

PD(1,0) & JD(2,1) 

1.Moon’s Foxhampton Fields of Gold,head of good proportions,good depth of muzzle and earset.Well developed body for his age with firm topline.Good sized feet,sound mover RBD. 


1.Graham’s Eald Dances with Wolves Among Nyrliam JW,Loved this young chap,beautifully balanced and well matured.Quality masculine head with well developed muzzle.Well angulated in front with elbows tucked well in,boned down to well shaped foot. 

Moved absolutely dead true both coming and going,BD & BOB. 


1.Evans’SH.CH.Yorkham Rocking Rudolph,strongly built  with good bone substance,mature body and well balanced hindquarters.Moved well. 


1.Matthews’Foxhampton Fly By Night,stood out for her quality, typy head and general construction. 

Well developed muzzle and soft eye.Good front angulation,legs set well under her.Good spring of rib,broad loin.Jacket needs to develop.Soundest mover.BB.& BP. 

2.Davey’s Eald Village Urchin,higher on the leg than rest of entry but a good overall shape and good straight limbs.Not the strength to bone,  moved soundly. 

3.Short & Bull’s Foxhampton Femme Fatale.Litter sister to 1 but not as well built in front construction.Total picture spoilt by the puppy trying to gobble bait.I would suggest losing the bait and concentrating on stacking to show off her virtues. 


1.Foxhampton Fly By Night 

2.Foxhampton Femme Fatale 

3.Foxhampton Falling Star 


1.Moon’s Deanway Sugar Plum Fairy,feminine head with clean skull.Well balanced all through,good depth of brisket.Would prefer better undercoat.Moved soundly. 

2.Davey’s Lamborghini Alessi Angels for Eald (IMP),stronger made all through and taller.Balanced head but not work in foreface.Lacked the body depth of 1,noved well. 


1.Moon’s Deanway Storm In A Teacup,feminine headed bitch of smaller size.well boned and sound mover.Slightly upright in shoulder and could have stronger pasterns.RBB. 

Pam Marston-Pollock