- Show Date: 02/10/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Lee Cox Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Scottish Kennel Club
Scottish Kennel Club
2nd October 2022
1: HARRISON, Mr & Mrs T & H Glenbrows Well I Never, 6-month-old Red and full of potential. Has that little bit of star character that I so cherish. His head and expression and delightful. Good for size, he already moves like the consummate professional and is in optimum condition. One with a future.
2: WESTERMAN, Miss Charlotte Ann Charpin Ottomatic, 10-month b/t who presents a pleasing outline stacked. He pleases very much for head properties and is totally balanced. On the move he puts his feet in the right place but just lost a bit of concentration when it mattered. Champion quality though.
3: MCLEAN, Mrs Harriet Kilmuir Quarterflash
1: SHARP-DIXON & REYES, Mr K & J Dinarth License to Kill, 16-month b/t of quality. He is good for size and type. Alert expression with strong ears. He is balanced in outline and has a firm strong topline. Moved out well keeping his outline
1: HARRISON, Mr & Mrs T & H Danton Whatever You Want for Glenbrows, 9-month red of type and excellent size. Masculine in head with alert expression. Sound in body, with balanced outline. Moved out well and was in super condition. In the challenge he continued to impress and moved out with style and precision and so was rewarded with the RCC and ended the day with BP too above a very promising bitch puppy.
1: MITCHELL, Mrs R ALCUM MR WHO, all male b/t with a super attitude. He has a strong topline into well set tail. Well ribbed and balanced in angulation. Moved well in profile
2: SMITH, Mr & Mrs D & H Gold Digger At Tubize, red of decent size. He has type about him but could just use himself better for advantage as he seemed to lose his outline, particularly in profile. He will have better days.
1: SMITH, Mr & Mrs D & H Ch Hamilton Arrow At Tubize, b/t of excellent size and shape. He pleases very much for type and has the correct action in profile. In super condition, his coat gleams. His head and expression are a delight, and his attitude is wonderful. In the challenge he came at me a little wide at the elbow and so this cost him. However, very worthy of his title.
2: REDDINGTON, Miss K Kaypin Voulez Vous, red of quality and all male. He too presents an excellent outline and has a strong firm topline. Just preferred the size, head, and expression of the winner today
1: HARRISON, Ms J D Ch Trenson Flummadiddle Sh.CM, 7 and ½ year old red of exceptional quality. He is so true to type, and he presents a wonderful outline stacked. Yes, he is a little grey round the edges, but he still can show some how to move. His head is a delight, and he still has a firm topline. In superb condition and a real credit to the breed. I felt him very worthy of the CC today.
1: REDDINGTON, Miss K Kaypin Hey Diddle Diddle, 7-month red of real quality. Cute as a button and has the most delightful expression. She has a crisp outline and is already all of a piece. Champion quality for sure. RCC
2: HARRISON, Mr & Mrs T & H Glenbrows Aurora, another good one from this Kennel, she too has a rosy future ahead of her. Full of type, she just needs to put her brain in gear, and she’ll be away.
3: WILSON, Miss T Kilmuir Quaint She Ain't @Nianka
1: STRACEY, Miss R Galkerah's Antonia to Krieger, outstanding b/t bitch who screams type. Her outline is breath-taking with a real arch to her neck. She has depth, strong firm topline and is totally balanced in angulation. Well-marked and coat in gleaming condition. Attentive to her handler at all times and uses her ears. Her head may not be to all tastes, but it is balanced, feminine and in keeping with flat skull, dark eye, and wicked expression. Super sound on the move and precise on the out and back. My CC winner today, which I understand is her all-important 3rd. BOB and delighted to see her win the Toy Group and finish the day with RBIS, no mean feat.
2; MITCHELL, Mrs R ALCUM SWEET CAROLINE, red who was unlucky to meet the winner today. She is good for size and who pleases in outline. Just a tad wide coming towards me
1: BISLAND, Mrs Joan Krieger's Eternal Flame. red who scores for size and uses her ears well. Strong topline and well ribbed. Moved on the right track.
1: WESTERMAN, Miss Charlotte Ann Keljantzi's Yulianna at Charpin JW, b/t who is of good size and shape. I preferred her head properties, and she kept her outline in profile. Well ribbed and has depth. Moved well in profile
2: STRACEY, Miss R Ch Krieger's Dark 'N' Delicious JW Sh.CM ShCEx, close up and I can see her changing places. Perhaps better going away that the winner but lost out today in profile. Perhaps just slightly stronger in head but a super expression.
1: STRACEY, Miss R Ch Krieger's Bubble Butt JW, 9-year-old red in superb condition and sound as a bell. Great for size and type, she still keeps a crisp outline and can see why she carries a title. Another real credit to the breed
Lee A S Cox (Judge).