- Show Date: 26/11/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Jane Howarth Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Setter & Pointer Club
Minor Puppy (3)
1 Williamson’s Hawklawn Sultan of Swing
Well-proportioned with well-shaped head and dark eyes. Straight front of good width with plenty of bone. Well ribbed body. Good rear angulation. He moved the better of these showing a happy disposition.
2 Cook’s Pernickety Quiddity
Six months’ o/b enjoying his first show. Well-shaped head with kind eye and low set ears. Clean in neck. Good length of rib. Well-turned stifles. Should mature nicely.
3 Smettem Minson’s Chywoon Hotline Bling
1 Littlechild and Danks-Kemish’s Bournehouse New Year’s Sky over Ravensett
Well made through with balanced head, good reach of neck and well laid shoulders. Good width to his quarters. Stifles are well bent and hocks nicely let down. Moved freely and easily to edge this over his brother.
2 Osborne’s Bournehouse New Years Moon
Naughty but nice! O/B brother to the winner, well-shaped head with gentle expression and well placed ears. Good reach of neck leads to well-placed shoulders. Good length of rib. Well angulated quarters. Just needs to settle on the move to do himself justice.
1 Bennett and Fisher’s Quensha Man in the Mirror
Well grown o/b of 15 months. Well shaped and balanced in head with dark eyes. Level in topline, plenty or rear angulation. Happy on the move.
1 Stewart and Quenby’s Tattersett Golden Sunrise
Lovely headed boy with kind expression and well placed ears. Well amngulated shoulders, straight in front with elbows nicely tucked in. Well ribbed with firm short couplings. He moved freely in the space available. Lots to like here.
2 Whiting and Grant’s Tattersett Many Clouds at Ormstiga
Brother to the winner and plenty to like here as well, stronger but still balanced in head. Well boned, straight front. Good layback of shoulder. Firm in topline, presented to advantage.
1 Quensha Man in the Mirror
1 Smettem Minson’s Lucksheray Zenith of Fame at Chywoon
Two year old b/b Lean, balanced head. Clean neck of good length leads to straight front. Well boned legs with tight feet. Level in topline with good rear angulation. He moved straight and true. Carrying plenty of coat.
Post Grad (5, 2 absent)
1 Hepburn’s Tattersett Rainbow Legacy
So honest and true to type, good to go over. Well balanced head with good eyes and clen neck of good length. Well laid shoulders with straight front and nicely tucked in elbows. Deep well ribbed body with firm, short couplings. Well-turned stifles. Free form exaggeration. He moved well holding his topline correctly. In good coat. RCC in strong competition.
2 Vallance’s Rowanmyle Was A Skellum
Another good one. Well balanced three-year-old with well-shaped head, good reach of neck and correct front. Well ribbed body. He moved well in the space available.
3 Carr’s Balvenie Blue Lagoon
1 Taylor’s Bumblecorn Ash of Tattay
Won this class on his overall make and shape. Correct in head with good bite. Correct front, shoulders well laid back and neatly tucked in. Well ribbed with good width and enough depth. He is firm in topline and holds it well on the move. Covered the ground nicely.
2 Bishop’s Dyrham Desert Storm
Well-shaped head with defined stop and well placed ears. Clean neck of good length leads to well-placed shoulders. Correct in topline with good depth to his body and well set tail. He has a good bend of stifle. Moved well enough but did not fully cooperate with the change of handler.
3 Snook’s Dalreavoch Northern Caper
1 Darley’s Severnsett Firecracker
Mature 3 year old, presented a super outline standing and moved to advantage. Correct head proportions with kind expression and dark eyes. Clean neck leads to straight front and well laid shoulders. Good length and depth of rib giving the desired heart room. Firm over the loins and correct set om of tail. He has good width to his quarters and good turn of stifle. Hocks are well set. A pleasure to award him the CC and later Best of Breed.
2 Atyeo and Taylor’s Samelen Comeback Special
Another good one looking well standing presenting a quality picture. Balanced head with plenty of work and dark eyes. Correct ear placement. Clean in neck with well-placed shoulders. Well ribbed with good length and short firm couplings. He has good width to his second thigh and was well presented. Close to top honours today.
3 Danks-Kemish’s Sh Ch Ravensett Work of Art at Alolfrana
1 Loakes’ Sh Ch Rachdale Painted Lace at Goldbirch
Lovely seven-year-old who could have held her own in the open class. Classic, well-shaped head with plenty of chiselling. Clean neck leads to well angulated shoulders. Straight front legs and neat feet. Balanced in body with moderate rear angulation. Her tail is well set and used to advantage on the move, never stopped wagging. Best Veteran.
2 Kerr’s Fanchon Lawdy Miss Clawdy Taffi
At ten was giving way to youth here! Well-shaped head with good ear placement. Strong neck and level topline. Neat feet. Another enjoying her day.
Minor Puppy (5,1)
1 Williamson’s Hawklawn Jazzella
Sister to the MPD winner and so many of his comments also apply here. Nicely made through and right for her age. Well-shaped head with good bite and dark eyes. Well-proportioned body with good length of rib. Well angulated quarters which she used to advantage on the move.
2 Cook’s Pernickety Quartz
Pretty youngster of six months. Typical head with good length of muzzle. Soft expression and well placed ears. Well balanced through, moving well with slashing tail. Should mature nicely.
3 Stephenson’s Mariglen Wave Dancer for Bondgate
1 Ridsdill’s Sharnyx Here’s Bonnie
Alone here but that did not detract. Beautiful 9 month old with quality head, clean neck and well laid shoulders, elbows nicely tucked in. Good body properties with just the right amount of width and depth for her age. Good rear angulation. Presented in lovely coat and moving well. My Best Puppy today.
1 Kemp Taylor’s Quensha Strawberry Swing
Well shaped head with good reach of neck and good layback of shoulder. Stright in front with good length of rib and correctly angulated quarters. She moved well on this tricky surface. Just needs the coat to complete the picture.
2 Welburn’s Oshowa Dream Come True
Heavier made and showing a good disposition. Well bodied and in good coat condition. Not as firm in topline as the winner.
1 Grimsdell’s Tattersett Dark Amber
Daughter of my RCC winner and inherited many of her qualities. Good head with well-set ears and soft expression. Well boned through with good layback of shoulder and tight feet. Balanced body with good length of rib and firm short couplings. Her tail is set correctly and carried well on the move.
2 Neath’s Albadora State of Grace
Well constructed and very pretty. Well shaped head with good stop and plenty of shape. Straight in front. Firm in topline. Good rear angulation. Everything is there, just needs to settle on the move and a bit more coat to finish off.
3 Quensha Strawberry Swing
1 Quensha Strawberry Swing
1 Tompsett’s Leilasett Northern Lights over Radbrooks
A good honest type. Very correct and not overdone. Feminine head with dark eyes and well placed ears. Clean neck with good layback of shoulder. Straight in front. Enough bone but still feminine through. Moderate rear angulation and moving correctly.
2 Oshowa Dream Come True
3 White’s Paduan Nightingale
Post Graduate (7,1)
1 Darling’s Severnsett Dark Angel
Caught my eye immediately and stole my heart today. Never noticed her before and later found out she is sister to DCC winner. Classy head with good stop and plenty of shape under her dark eyes. Clean neck of good length leads to well-placed shoulders. Well ribbed with good width and enough depth. Firm short couplings giving a correct topline and good tail set. Well angulated quarters, good width of second thigh. Hocks are well let down. She moved well carrying her tail correctly. CC her first.
2 Yule’s Rowanmyle One Bewitched
Well balanced three-year-old. Feminine head with gentle expression and dark eyes. Straight, well boned front. Well ribbed with strength over her loins. Moved really well covering the ground easily. Tail never stopped wagging.
3 Wale’s Chanina Golden Rose
A super class with quality right down the line.
1 Paton’s Bournehouse Secret Destiny for Meadowfoot
Another new one to me. This o/b is so well put together and honest through. Balanced head with good length of muzzle and dark eyes. Clean, strong neck of good length. Well laid shoulders. Good width and depth to her chest giving the desired heart room. Strong quarters showing good width of thigh. She moved out well showing reach in profile and correct tail carriage. Close up for top honours.
2 Sharples’ Mariglen Serendipity at Kanietter
Found this four-year-old so good to go over. Well-proportioned head with good ear placement. Clean in neck and well ribbed. She has good width to her quarters and a good turn of stifle. She moved well covering the ring easily.
3 McCabe’s Rachdale Ribbons of Pearls
1 Grimsdell’s Sh Ch Tattersett Dark Honey
Well-presented worthy Champion in good coat and showing well. Lovely head with dark eyes and soft expression. Good reach of neck leading to well-placed shoulders and well boned straight front legs. Good depth of chest with firm short couplings giving a correct level topline. Strong quarters of good width and well-turned stifles. Hocks are nicely let down. She moved well and was presented in super coat. RCC.
2 Loakes’ Sh Ch Goldbirch Wings of Desire
Glamorous light tri presented to a very high standard and showing well. Good head with correct length of muzzle and dark eyes. Good reach of neck. Level in topline. Well angulated quarters used to advantage on the move.
3 McCabe’s Sh Ch Rachdale Elegance