• Show Date: 12/06/2022
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judged by: Pam Blay Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 28/07/2023

Three Counties Agricultural Society

Breed: Bracco Italiano


Bracco Italiano

PD (2,2a) JD (1) 1 Jackson’s Solwaypoint Portofino, just right for age, he is very masculine with a good topline & well set tail, liked his head & expression with correct planes & eye set, good ears too, lovely neck with a dewlap, good shoulders & forequarters, good topline & well set tail, when he moves he is so correct with the lovely profile movement that I expect from the breed, using his well muscled hindquarter to advantage. Alone but could win in good company. Son of BOB & winner of OB. RBD. PGD (2,2) OD (4,3) 1 Jackson’s Sh Ch Gunsyn Tusk, again alone but what quality, exciting correct movement which I really appreciated, in excellent coat & condition, loved his masculine head & expression with a lovely neck & dewlap, correct neck & shoulders, strong topline & ribcage leading to a good loin & well set & carried tail, loved his head carriage & forequarters in profile movement, effortlessly covering the ground, he is quality & I can see he is having a good year too. BD & BOB, shortlisted in a strong group. VD (0).

PB (2,1) 1 Jackson’s Iolanda Di Cascina Croce at Solwaypoint, what a beautiful bitch with so much promise, lovely coat for age put down in excellent condition, loved her head & eye & can’t wait to see it finished, good neck & strong loin, her profile movement & head carriage showed her potential, she is quality & I can’t wait to see her progress. She impressed me so much that I couldn’t resist her for BB, she was also BP & my thoughts on her were confirmed by the group judge who gave her Puppy Group 3. JB (3,1) 1 Coghlan’s Braccorion’s Va Va Voom, different type of chestnut & white ticked bitch of substance, good head & expression, she is feminine & balanced & when she settled she moved well. Showed good balance & depth & width of chest with a good ribcage & loin, well set & carried tail; 2 Jenkins & Buckland’s Braccorion’s Upstart, a bit unsettled today but when she settled she moved OK, again a different type but she has a good head, think she must be coming into season as today she was a bit skittish & difficult to assess, I am sure she will settle soon. PGB (2) 1 Hamlyn’s Bushwacker Daisy Duke of Amestorah, better body proportions on this feminine, quality bitch with a good head, lovely neck & shoulders, good topline & tailset with correct hindquarters, moved well particularly in profile with the correct head carriage & ground covering action, in good coat & condition, well boned legs & feet. RBB; 2 Kelsey’s Elfrindew Kinky Reggae, preferred 1’s body length & balance & therefore consequently didn’t move so easily, feminine in outlook with a good head, correct neck & forequarters. OB (2) 1 Jackson’s Polcevera’s Bruma, dam of RBD & the same quality, lovely head & expression, feminine in outlook, she is balanced & well muscled all through, lovely head carriage & topline & tailset when she moved in profile, no wasted effort but good, clean movement covering the ground well; 2 Hamlyn & Frost’s Elettra Dell ‘Oltresavio of Amestorah, an interesting imported bitch who was not so balanced as 1 for me, slightly smaller all through but still a nice type, feminine outlook with a feminine head & well set & carried ears, moved well on well boned legs & feet. VB (0).