- Show Date: 10/12/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Mark Cocozza Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Ladies Kennel Association
LADIES KENNEL ASSOCIATION
1. Rutter/Allsopp’s Chrisford Golden Touch. Excellent type and balance, loved his head and expression, excels in front, underline, tail and light lifting movement, hopefully his top-line will smooth a little with maturity, RDCC.
2. Bird’s Tamiskene Hamilton. Lovely proportions and elegance, nice expression but muzzle could have a little more strength, good neck, nice curvy top-line standing but flattens a little on the move, very sound and steady mover if a shade narrow.
3. Wallace-Horne’s Loutony Little Brother.
1. Chau/Steele’s Ch. Jaros Ferazi Et Tu Brute at Sfizimio (imp USA). Really liked him, excellent balance, proportions and clean outline, he could not stand wrong at any stage and his movement was absolutely spot on keeping his outline with desired lifting front movement and very sound, he has an excellent underline, balanced front and rear, easy DCC winner & BOB.
2. Brundtland’s Miwell Alex McQueen. Elegant and shapely dog of moderate outline, he has beautiful eyes, top-line is ok and he moved well with some lift but a little lethargic, overall he has a very nice look and just needs to concentrate a little more on the move.
3. Wallace-Horne’s Loutony Little Brother.
1. Wallace-Horne’s Skylar’s Chico. Elegant and shapely dog with good head, eye, ears, skin, coat and top-line which he holds standing and moving, he has lift in front and moves ok with nice bone and good feet.
2. Satchell’s Littlebriton Bombers Moon. Shapely and well constructed balanced but his eyes and ears spoiled the overall picture, good top-line and underline, steady mover who holds his shape well but just a little flat in front movement.
1. Henshall’s Gemolli Midnight Magic. Good proportions and balance, he has a good top-line but would prefer a little less depth to chest, nice bone, good feet, he moved well with lift if a shade untidy, his tail carriage spoiled an otherwise very nice outline and his expression could be better.
2. Thompson’s Blue Lagoon of Bytheiad. Very elegant and steady with good head and eye, top-line looks good standing but flattens a little on the move but he has a nice overall outline although his coat is a little sparse in places.
1. Tiley-Davies’ Ch. Toerag Little Scamp JW. Elegant, very good proportions and nice shapely outline and balance, lovely head and expression, uses his ears well but they could be a little smaller, excellent underline, holds his top-line well standing but flattens a little on the move, moves well and overall a lovely type dog.
2. Powell’s Chrisford Rough Rider. Heavier built dog but he is very well constructed and balanced, he has a lovely expression but his head could be a little more refined, very sound steady mover.
3. Henshall’s Gemolli The Sorceror.
1. Wallace-Horne’s Skylar’s Chico. 1st in PGD.
1. Henshall’s Ch. Gemolli Joie De Vivre JW ShCM VW. Elegant well balanced and excellent proportions, feminine with nice bone, good feet, excellent top-line and underline, lovely outline standing and moving and very nice precise movement with lift, BV.
1. Rutter’s Chrisford Afternoon Delite. She has excellent proportions and lovely clean outline standing, excellent head, eye, ears, coat, skin and rear, she has very precise movement in front but could have a little more lift.
2. Brundtland’s Velvethound Lilly. Very typy and just needs some training as was a little unsettled but she has a very nice look about her and when she settled a little she showed that she has nice lift in front and a controlled action.
3. Hague’s Laborghini Blue On Black.
1. Browne’s Chrisford Golden Moments with Skilaki. Excellent type, beautiful head and expression, good neck, top-line, underline and has a lovely outline which she holds standing and moving, she is feminine and elegant, liked her a lot, RBCC & BP.
2. Mellis’ Miwell Mary Quant by Lamoye. Good proportions and balance, she tended to flatten a little on the move but she is very steady and sound with a good head and eye, coat could be better.
3. Hague’s Laborghini Love Potion.
1. Guyton’s Ansanda Winter Bird. Shapely and elegant, lovely expression and ears, good neck, top-line, underline and rear, nice bone, good feet, she holds her outline standing and has lift in front if a shade exaggerated but overall a very nice type bitch.
2. Read’s Littlebriton Paper Moon. Taller and of good proportions and balance, eyes a little full and light but she has a good top-line and is a steady mover but could just have a little more reach on the move.
3. Mellis’ Miwell Mary Quant by Lamoye.
1. Browne’s Chrisford Rumour Has It with Skilaki. Shapely but carrying a little too much weight which made her lose her elegance, she has a lovely expression and ears, good front, she moved well but she is just a little too steep in the rear.
2. Tiley-Davies’ Toerag Little Sunbeam JW. Liked her head, ears and eyes, nice size, feminine, top-line a little overdone, good tail set, just picks up and short steps slightly in front in movement but overall holds a nice outline.
3. Thompson’s Vendetta Forum Romanum of Bytheiad (imp POL).
1. Rutter/Wheeler’s Ch. Chrisford Chasin Pavements. Loved her outline in profile, her balance is excellent and she just flows from neck to rear, she is all curves with an excellent top-line with the rise over the loin rather than across the back, lovely underline, lovely expression, excellent ears, she has lift in front but was a little unsettled today coming and going but in profile she holds her shape beautifully and deservedly won the BCC.
2. Doherty’s Ch. Littlebriton Winter Is Here. Lovely balance with clean outline and proportions, I really liked her a lot and thought she was an excellent type but she was just not putting in any animation on the move.
3. Henshall’s Gemolli Antique Tapestry JW.