- Show Date: 10/12/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Elaine Wilson Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Ladies Kennel Association
L.K.A. SHOW REPORT. December 2022
Thank you to the committee of LKA for inviting me to judge TIBETAN TERRIERS,
And also for committee’s generous hospitality. Thank you to my steward for the day.
Thank you to all the exhibitors for entering and giving me the privilege of assessing your lovely dogs.
Due to the imperfect floor and grates, a number of dogs did seem to struggle on the move, and subsequently this did affect some of my placings.
I found the bitches to have more depth of quality than the males, but there were fewer males entered. Having said that, I was very pleased with my winners. Both MPB and PB classes had some very promising prospects looking to the future, I shall follow them with interest.
1. Ford’s Avaness Stars Shine Darkley over Setrique. b/w. almost 9 months. Liked his overall shape and balance. Head well proportioned with ears well set. Dark eyes with typical expression. Moved out with confidence covering the ground well. Will watch with interest.
2. Millington. Boshanti Gerald. 6 months b/w. liked this puppy. Typical head with strength to muzzle. Balanced with correct tail set. Square in shape and sturdy with well angulated rear. A little erratic on the move, but saw enough to earn his place.
3. Guziolek. Boshanti Gustav.
P.D. 4, 1 ab
1st. Cooper & Purslow. Bheehind Closed Doors. 9.1/2 months g/sable . lovely head with strength to muzzle and under jaw giving typical expression. Good length of neck well angulated front with large feet. Good depth to body with well angulated rear and low set hocks. Tail set correct. Excels on the move with an effortless stride. Good coat presented well.
2. Kempt. Araki Dare Ya Tolook at Yanlan. g/s/w/.7 mths. 4th in minor puppy. Square in shape with good angulation front and rear. Huge flat feet, well bodied. Moved with freedom, was effortless and precise on the move. Beautifully presented coat. Preferred head and size of winner.
3. Hayes’s Gandaki Valentino to a Tea.
J.D. 2., 1. abs.
1st. Cooper & Purslow’s Ahgainst All Odds. black, 18 months, Lovely type, sturdy and well muscled. Head is balanced with strength to muzzle and under jaw, giving typical expression. Well ribbed body and short slightly arched loin. Large flat feet, profuse coat. Rather full of himself as the handler, changed dogs from the previous class, so movement was bit too busy, nevertheless deserved his 1st. place.
1st. Helliwells’s Kentwone Run b/w. Liked this young dog very much. Totally balanced throughout. Masculine head with correct proportions, and strength to muzzle and jaw. Dark Eyes. Good length of neck leading into correct shoulder placement with good length and return of upper arm. Large feet. Is square in shape with good depth to elbow. Ribbed well back with short slightly arched loin and correct tail set carried well. Rear angulation correct with low set hocks. Moved well in profile, accurate coming and going away. Has Presence. A Promising Youngster. Could benefit from better muscle tone.
1st. Laffling Araki Secret Lover Boy. g/s/w. Have admired this boy from the ringside. Maturing nicely. Is sturdy and muscular with no exaggerations. Head well proportioned with dark eyes. Strength to underjaw with correctly placed teeth. Totally balanced with good angles front and rear, large feet and low set hocks. Body powerful and strong. Moves with an effortless stride. Beautifully presented double coat.
2. Hadlow’s Snoanda Doing This My Way at Quidditch. black of good type. Pleasing head and expression which is typical. Square in shape with good body and short slightly arched loin and well set tail with good rear angulation and low set hocks. Large feet. Moved out well, but preferred front extension on first. beautifully presented full double coat.
3. White’s Trytez Try’n Stop Me.
A very nice class. 1st. Armstrong’s Rigaze Dalai Gartok at Tizzycharm. Very typey, classic head and expression. Well made with good angles front and rear. Square in shape under a profuse double coat of correct texture. Body strong and muscular. Masculine, with no exaggerations, moved well in profile, coming and going away.
2. Mattar Kyibrangs Golden Rock g/w. Balanced throughout and well made, has good angles front and rear with large feet. Strong in body and sturdy with good leg length to body ratio. Well set on and carried tail. Stunning stacked, but handler needs to have more control of him on the move. Could well change places with 1st. On another day.
3. Du Cros Tyngeli Will I Am for Regenka.
O.D. 8, 1 abs
. My hardest decision of the day, down to splitting hairs and finer points.
1st. Knight Waterley Ricky Evangelista. b/w. I first saw this dog as a raw 6 months puppy across the ring, and thought WOW! He has matured into a stunning example of the breed. Masculine and sturdy without being overdone. Excellent outline and has a real presence. Head is well proportioned, with well set and shaped ears. Eyes dark. large and round, set correctly. Scissor bite with teeth perfectly placed with strong under jaw giving typical expression. Good length to neck which flows into well laid shoulder with good length and slope to upper arm. Large feet well down on pads. Body well ribbed, compact , powerful and muscular. Well angulated rear with low set hocks. Tail set and carriage correct. Movement effortless and precise, keeping his shape. A pleasure to award him CC , BOB.
2. Guziolek. Boshanti Neville g/s/w. Really impressed me and many of the above comments could apply. Judged as a Junior , when he was a handful for his handler on the move. He has matured into a stunning adult. A typical well proportioned head with good pigment, and large dark round eyes. Strength to muzzle and under jaw giving typical expression. Good Length to neck, with strong, sturdy muscular body. Well angled front and rear with low set hocks. beautifully balanced throughout. Movement effortless with good reach and drive. Precise coming and going away, finished with a full double coat beautifully presented Unlucky to meet 1st pleased to award RCC.
3. Mrs & Miss Cooper. CH. Araki Justa Boot Perfect.
1st. Jones Dobriach The Only Way Is Essex. 10 years. black. Typey and square in outline. Has a typical head and expression. Compact and well muscled body. Well angled rear with low set hocks. Carried himself well on the move . Very full of himself and really enjoying his day out.
MPB. 4 0abs
1st. Knight. Waterley Party Princess. b/t/w. 6.1/2 months. Very Raw , but showing lots of promise. Feminine, well proportioned head with typical expression. Well angulated front and rear. Large feet. Tail set correct and carried well over back. Showed herself very well on the move with good head carriage, striding out well in profile and positive coming and going. Coped well with the floor. Will watch with interest.
2. Davies. Pinrow Flaming Rose g/s . 6.1’2 months. Very typey in a larger frame than the first. Typical head and expression, strength to muzzle with strong under jaw. Enough neck, well developed body with good angles. Holds her shape well on the move when she concentrates. Not really at one with her handler yet.
3. Stuchbury. Aveness Lights Up Kutula
P.B. 10. 2abs.
1st. Gent. Myrlea Moonlighting with Miteng. 9 months .black. Headed a strong puppy class. Typey and balanced throughout. Feminine head well proportioned with dark eyes. Strength to muzzle and under jaw with correct dentition. Good length of neck. Body well developed with well set and carried tail. Gives handler a hard time when stacked, but moved out with an effortless stride to win the class. B.P.B. & B.P,
2. Cooper and Purslow. Bhring Me Sunshine. g/s. in a larger frame than 1st, but not heavy or coarse. Liked her shape and style. Feminine typical head with good pigment. Strength to body with good angles front and rear. Excels on the move with a positive stride . A close decision.
3. Guziolek. Boshanti Dulcinea.
Lovely class. 1st. Rudderham. Khyibrang Spanish Eyes with Dejaru. 13 months. Very feminine with a lovely outline . Head well proportioned . Ears well set and shaped with dark eyes. Good length of neck. body well developed with good depth. Short slightly arched loin and correctly set tail . Well angulated rear with low set hocks. moved steadily with a good stride . Beautifully presented coat which shone.
2. Honey. Mrs, & Miss. Khyibrangs Rose Queen. 13 months. litter sister to 1st. very typey with a beautiful well balanced head. Has presence, with a lovely outline and similar comments to above. Huge feet. moved well in profile , but not as positive going away as 1. two lovely bitches.
3. Greens. Verony Like a Charm.
1st. Willoughby. Palshar All that Glitters. b/w 19 months. My notes say Beautiful and Captivating. So feminine and balanced throughout, but has strength and sturdiness, Good angulation front and rear, large feet. Body is strong with good depth and short slightly arched loin. Correct tail set and carriage. Moved with purpose and a good stride, true coming and going. Beautiful mature well presented coat. Rcc in strong competition.
2. Bateman Mr.& Mrs. Snoanda Bumble Boogie. 19 months.b/t/w. Quality bitch. Beautifully made. She has attitude, presence and style. Strength and sturdiness without being coarse. Classic head with typical expression. Good angulation front and rear with low set hocks and large feet. Moved effortlessly with good head and tail carriage, beautifully presented coat, Pushed one hard for first place.
3. Kemp. Palshar Nutty Dancer at Yanlan.
PGB. 8. 4abs.
1st. Allen. Balderstone Shades of Cool. b/wm. Liked her size, femininity and freedom of movement. Balanced throughout, sturdy, good length of neck. Body is well ribbed back with short slightly arched loin, correct tail set. front and rear angles compliment each other. Large feet and low set hocks. beautifully presented.
2. Hadlow. Khyibrangs Regal Rock. b/wm. In a larger frame than one. Has a beautiful typical head and expression. Sturdy and well muscled. Tail set correct and carried well. Just preferred overall balance of one.
3. Rutley. Javeys Tiger Lily.
LB. 9. 3 abs.
1st. Bateman and Brunell. Dhoki Apsos Mighty Like a Rose. b/wm. of excellent type. Liked her head which is of good proportions with a strong under jaw, and strength to muzzle giving typical expression. She is balanced without exaggeration. sturdy and well bodied. Moved out precisely coming and going with good profile movement, keeping her shape with good head and tail carriage. Liked a lot.
2. Butler Mrs, Miss. Araki Blue Secret into Kizzit. b/s/w This girl is beautifully put together with good angulations front and rear, large flat feet and low set hocks. Good length of neck with a good leg to body ratio. Body has depth and well ribbed back. Correct tail set carried well. Profuse double coat beautifully presented. Would like to see her moved at a slower pace.
3.Honey. Khyibrang Love on The Rock.
OB.9. 2 abs.
This was a very strong class. 1st. Dykes’ Pinrow Midnight Diva at Kashi. Stunning black. Have admired this girl from the ringside. So typical of her kennel. Of excellent breed type . Full of presence. Feminine head with good proportions and dark round eyes. Strength to muzzle and under jaw giving typical resolute expression. Enough neck with good front angles. Large feet. Square in shape with a good rib cage and short slightly curved loin. Well angled rear and low set hocks. She is feminine, but has strength and sturdyness. Moved at a pace to show off her movement at its best. Finished off with a full double coat that gleamed. Delighted to award her the BCC.
2. Le Moignan. Waterley Miss Moneypenny.b/w. Another stunning bitch of excellent quality. Square in shape under a profuse coat beautifully presented. Feminine well proportioned head, dark eyes and correct dentition giving typical expression. Good length of neck. Body is powerful and has depth to elbow and well ribbed back. Sturdy and well muscled, good angles front and rear, large flat feet and low set hocks. Moved as she should with an effortless stride. Pushed one hard for first place. Felt she was carrying a little too much weight today, and in challenge for RCC, she had done enough and didn’t move as well as in her class.
3. Honey. Khyibrang Rosita’s Girl
Honey Mr.Mrs. Ch. Alilah Carmel Ciro at Khyibrang. 9.1/2 years. Has a typical head with correct dentition, strength to muzzle and under jaw giving resolute expression. Dark round eyes. Good Length to neck with a well angled front and large feet. Body is well muscled, powerful with good depth to elbow. Sturdy and excels on the move with an effortless stride. True coming and going with good head and tail carriage. Just love her attitude. A worthy champion.Best Veteran.
Elaine Wilson (Judge )