- Show Date: 08/07/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Pauline Luxmoore-Ball Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
East Of England Agricultural Society
1. O’Dwyer’s Aspenbeauty Making Dreams for Kalinski (AI) (imp AUS). Pleasing head and expression, correct wedge shaped skull and bite, good ear set, satisfying bone, still untidy going away, well handled and presented in immaculate condition, RBD.
1. Vidak’s Lacewood Winters Wish. Not as profuse coat as last class but moved with more fluidity, overall balance, freely gaited and good drive with nice overall outline and balance, BD.
1. Young’s Furzeland Devon Blaze avec Cocosamel. Carrying good muscle, balanced angulation and moved fluidly, very vocal on the day!
1. Moody/Haffenden’s Taronakits It’s Kayanova. Still very much a baby but lovely angulation under puppy coat, nice balanced head and good bone, overall paints a nice picture, BP.
2. Skjaeveland’s Alava Tsuki De Reina The White Patronus NAF. Older and still balanced overall, would prefer better rear feet but stood out from the remaining exhibits in this class.
3. Gwynne’s Rosnorske Royal Amethyst.
1. Wilson’s Cocosamel Ballerina. Not as expertly handled as 2nd but overall preferred the make and shape, pleasing head, nice feminine neck and shoulders, lovely smiley expression and moved well in profile.
2. Young’s Cocosamel Camelia. Again, as above, just a little bit more unsettled than her sister on the out and back.
1. Vidak’s Samnouska Spirit of Dreams for Lacewood. Shown in nice overall condition, well muscled and just moved a bit better in profile than 2.
2. Argyle’s Elygra Ice Precious Moment. Younger but just overawed and couldn’t get her to stand naturally but ok on the move, given time I think she may settle.
1. McGreade’s Nikara Neverending Dream for Frostia. Wonderful condition, nice in profile, lovely feminine head and ok on the back, shown in nice coat.
1. Brandenberg/Smith’s Ch. Taronakits Its Kwest JW. Pleasing overall balance, good head and expression, good bone and well coated, moved really well in profile, BB & BOB.
2. Collinson’s Ch. Nikara Secret Love by Norjack JW. Another nice example of the breed, just a little bit longer cast but overall good angulation and could have swapped places on a different day, RBB.
3. Young’s Cocosamel Misia.
1. Collinson’s Ch. Nikara Diamond Jubilee with Norjack. Shown in nice fit condition, especially for a 10 year old, balanced head, shown in good coat and moved well in profile, BV.
2. O’Dwyer’s Kalinski Dushka Maia. Finer head than 1 and handler needs to not pull her as far forward on the stand but a nice make and shape overall and shown in good condition, just wasn’t as fluid as 1 on the move.
1. Wilson’s Cocosamel Ballerina. Previously judged as a class winner, BSpB.
2. Clemente-Diaz’s Tiffany. Previously 4th in OB, just lacked a bit on the move, unsurprising given the heat of today, but pleasing head, good rapport with handler and better handling would stand her in better stead for the future but nice overall eye, ear shape and set.