- Show Date: 05/11/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Christine Oatridge Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
British Dalmatian Club
Minor Puppy 0 entries
Three lovely puppies.
1. Alexander: OFFORDALE KALINDA
Almost a year old and maturing nicely. A handy size. She has an attractive head, defined wither, layback of shoulder and good bone. Her good angulation with bend of stifle enabled free and reachy movement. She was against her litter brother in Puppy challenge, but her overall maturity won out. BP
2. Townson & Pardoe: SOPHTSPOT PHANTASIA FOR DAYMADAL
Close up to 1. A beautifully made bitch, she will have many wins I'm sure. Dense black spotting, attractive head with dark eye. Well angled fore and aft and well ribbed up with deep chest, straight forelimbs and cat feet. Liked her a lot.
3. Whincup : TAMILANDA INSTANT STAR
Junior 9 (2)
1. Chance & Dodds: DOTLUN APACHE INCH PERFECT.
Quality, well made liver bitch with good distribution of spots of rich colour. Has very attractive spotty head with well placed ears. Good return of upper arm, nice width of chest with plenty of heart room, well let down hocks into arched feet. Moved with purpose.
2. Vockings: BELLEOUD TIPPLE AT PORTUNES NAF
Feminine liver with good sloping shoulder. and clean reachy neck into defined wither. Deep brisket, well ribbed up and strong loin into nicely rounded quarters and bend of stifle. Kept her good topline on the move.
3. Tysterman: CARODAL JACOBS LADDER
1. Lamb: DALPETRO DOTTY JW
Lovely cobby black bitch - balanced all through. Strong yet elegant. Dense black
spots on clear white coat. Lovely forehand. Well let down hocks, good bone, tight
cat feet, strong loin, elbows close to body. Should have a bright future.
2. Scott-Allen & Davis: DALLYDYL CODE BREAKER
Liver of pleasing colour and defined spotting. Good overall construction with lovely forequarters, and clean lines. Well ribbed up, strong loin. In good muscular condition. She powered around the ring with long stride.
3. Bolt: FAKENHAM FONTANELLA
1. Kembrey: DALMARK BANANA-RAMA
Classy feminine liver with lovely spotty face. Nice colour. Well proportioned head with amber eyes and strong muzzle. Good forechest, strong straight bone, cat feet.
Moderate stifle, level topline which she kept on the move.
2. Collier: KALLIERBELLE PINK SAPPHIRE
Pleasing young black spotted with balanced angulation. Pretty head with nicely set ears. Laid back shoulder, good reach of neck. Attentive to owner and moved steadily.
3. Nicholson: STEYNDAL SIMPLY THE BEST AT DIBYNN
Graduate 10 (2)
1. Collier: KALLIERBELLE BLUEBELLE
A very nicely made black spot with well laid shoulder and return of upper arm. Strong loin, straight forelimbs into tight, well arched feet. Short coupled and with a nicely rounded rear end. Very well handled and gave a good account of herself in the challenge.
2. Derrick & Ryan: KALOKAIRIE'S HOCUS POCUS
A lovely outline on this classy liver bitch. Pretty face with nicely broken ears. Even distribution of spots of a good colour. Good loin, rounded quarters, well let down hocks, arched feet, nice turn of stifle. Moved well.
3. Saunders & Davis: DALLYDYL HONEY TRAP J
Post Graduate 9(2)
1. Kembrey: DALMARK THE ASH BLONDE
Balanced liver spot of good colour. Even distribution of spots. Not overdone in any way but all parts flowing together. Good head proportions, amber eye. Nice return of upper arm, arched cat feet and spring in pasterns. Lovely topline which she kept on the move. Her tracking was excellent and her correct conformatiion enabled her to move effortlessly round the ring. ResB.
2. Haywood-Ridgeway: LUCCOMBE STRAWBERRY FIZZ
An honest black spotted bitch with deep pigment on a clean white ground. Nice size and overall make and shape. She shows strength with elegance. One with a nice width to chest. Good bone and feet, strong loin, good width of thigh with nicely rounded quarters. Moved with purpose.
3. Barry & Cobb: KALOKAIRIE GUILTY PLEASURE
Mid Limit 8
1. Hartley & Griffiths: MIRAGUA HEART TO HEART
Well proportioned black with the deepest black pigment. Very balanced throughout. Good bone down to cat feet and a lovely spring to pastern. Lovely topline into well let down hocks, good croup and tail set. Although not her day today, she will surely have a bright future.
2. Morgan: MALBREOW WISH UPON A STAR
One I have always admired and gave her a Res CC a couple of years ago. Overall excellent make and shape,with lovely decoration. Feminine with darkest of eyes. Fit and well muscled she floated around the ring, but today she just wasn't playing the game.
3. Finlay: DVOJICA EXCUSE MY FRENCH AT DALFIN JW
1. Howard Riddle: SHYDALLY STAR ATTRACTION
A quality classy black spotted bitch with great ring presence. Strong in bone and body yet retaining elegance. Great lay of shoulder and defined wither. Plenty of heart room and a good underline. Well ribbed up and with enough length in body to enable her to stride out on the move. Another one with a good future.
2. Pace: DALCATORI MORGANITE ROSA DEL BRONDEL VCEDE
Very appealing liver bitch with the sweetest of heads. Lovely colour and decoration set off with amber eyes. Well set and held ears which are nicely spotted. Clean neck in to well defined wither and deep brisket. Strong loin and coupling.
3. Thorner: ALPHADALS SWEET DREAMER OF NARACOO
Open 11(1) Another lovely class with super Dals to go over. Yet again, I was splitting hairs between some quality bitches who all deserved their titles.
1. Neath-Duggan & Baker: CH.BUFFREY HANKY PANKY BY DALLEAF JW
Really classy black spotted girl who's a worthy champion. Headed a really strong class. Everything to like about her construction; powerful yet elegant and so well handled. Coming and going she tracked straight and true.
2. Whincup: CH.TAMILANDA CONTINENTAL GOLD CW21
Another quality bitch. Liver who excelled in type. Very feminine with lovely colour and decoration. Make and shape was excellent and again, moved very true going and coming. Enough length in body to enable reach and drive on the move.
3. Richardson: CH.MAPPLEWELL LIMITED EDITION
Special Memorial Open 6(3)
1. Hobbs & Whiting: SOPHTSPOT KNOCKOUT AT RAPANOOEY
So much to admire about this young black spotted bitch. Just coming into her own, well schooled and attentive to her handler. I risk repeating myself with my class winners. Showing strength with elegance, you feel she could do a days work. Good forquarters, enough bone into well arched cat feet. Short coupled, good croup and tailset. Depth of thigh, moderate turn of stifle, defined hocks all set off in sparkling condition. Moved with purpose. Bitch CC, Res.BIS.
2. Penn: DALFELLIN AGAPE
Vhc in a larger previous class. A more lightly spotted bitch showing clean lines and good overall construction. Dark eye, pretty head with well set ear. Good wither and a deep chest, cat feet, good loin and depth of thigh. Moved out well with drive.
3. Quigley: MALBREOW TWINKLING STAR
Junior Veteran 7(3)
1. Cole: KEIRADAL MEL'S DESTINY
Eight year old liver with a substantial well made body. Lots to like and she was looking on top form. Moved powerfully with reach and drive, keeping her topline.
2. McManus: BOSCHENDAL ASHES OF ROSES
Elegant black of 7 years. Nice make and shape with good angulation. Attractive head with good neck. She has overall balance and moved very well.
3. Graham: DOTLUN SORELLAS PHANCY AT RAVOLD
Senior Veteran 5(2) Two lovely veterans in this class, both worthy of first place.
1. Morgan: WINFLASH OLYMPIC STAR JW ShCM
Black spotted of 10 years, but belying her age as she was in super condition. Good firm muscle tone. She's a good size with overall balance. Lovely dark eyes. A deep chest with good underline. She stormed effortlessly around the ring. Best Veteran Bitch.
2. Thorner: TOLUTIM EVENSONG AT NARACOOPA Sh.CM
Another quality veteran I liked very much. 11 years old. She was elegant and classy. Lovely lines and her correct body shape meant she absolutely floated round the ring.
3. McManus: BOSHENDAL LADY IN RED
BRACE - Judged jointly with Dog Judge, Mary Sparks.
Two delightful, well matched Dalmatians in size and shape
that were expertly handled and stayed together with matching footfall.
JUDGE - Mrs. Christine Oatridge