• Show Date: 18/06/2022
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judged by: Russell Hodges Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 22/06/2022

Border Union Agricultural Society

Breed: Miniature Pinscher

PD (4,1)

1. Santoriello’s Pinicio Red Rebellion. 11 month Red with a bright eye, pleasingly proportioned head and straight front. Well bodied and put down in excellent condition. Moved soundly and with confidence, with a good hackney action that was lacking in many exhibits. BPIB

2. Westerman’s Charpin Ottomatic. 8 Month B&T. Good head with correct proportions, although eyes could be a little larger. In excellent condition and correctly marked. Moved out well.

3. Sharp Dixon and Reyes Dinarth License to Kill

JD (2,0)

1. White’s Glenbrows Wind of Change. 12.5 month B&T. Good head and expression with slightly arched neck and well laid shoulder. Well bodied and correctly marked. Moved soundly but slightly more flexion would give a correct hackney action.

2. Watkins Pernickety Pace of Danton. 13 month Red with a pleasing head and expression. Heavier set and longer in body than 1. Moving a little wide all through and requiring more lift and flexion for the desired hackney action. Presented in excellent condition.

GD (1,0)

1. Allan’s Allanbru Pocket Rocket. B&T. Well proportioned throughout with a decent head although eyes a little on the small side. Presented in good condition and correctly marked. Moved out well in all directions.

LD (4,1)

1. Collinson and Dare’s Collypins Supersonic. Black and Tan quality dog. Head well proportioned with a nice eye and keen expression with good earset. Straight front and strong rear. Well bodied with a sloping topline. Moved out well with animation and sufficient lift.

2. Smith’s Gold Dggr at Tubize Quality red with a good head and eye, and nicely constructed throughout. Well bodied. Not moving with the confidence of 1.

3. White’s Alcum Skyfall.

OD (4,0) This was an excellent class of top quality dogs.

1. Collinson and Dares Ch Collypins Klickety Klick. Black and Tan of outstanding quality. IN great condition with correct and clear tan markings. Lovely head and expression with well set ears. Well placed shoulders with a straight front. Compact body, with a slightly sloping topline and strong rear. Moved confidently and soundly. DCC BOB

2. Gentle’s Dimogen Don’t Cha Know. Red boy in a more petite mould. Good head and eye, well bodied and compact. Excellent front and rear – moving out well and accurately in all directions. RDCC

3. Smith’s Ch Hamilton Arrow at Tubize.

VD (1,0)

1. Harrison’s Ch Trenson Flummadiddle ShCM 7 year old Red of quality in excellent condition. Pleasing head and expression. Compact and Well bodied, with sloping topline. Moved out well with soundness. BV

PB (1,0)

1. Stracey’s Galkerah Antonia to Krieger. 10 month B&T with a lovely head and straight front. Well bodied with sloping topline. Stands square and moves very well.

JB (2,1)

1. Stracey’s Kriegers Ghetto Booty. 16 month confident red with a pleasing head and expression. Straight front and well bodied. Moved well with animation and soundness.

LB (4,1)

1. James’ Jaegerson Cracks the Code. Compact and confident red, of quality, with a lovely head and eye. Straight front, well bodied with sloping topline. Moved precisely and with animation, with enough lift in front and soundly behind. RBCC.

2. Gentle’s Dimogen River Witch . 5yo quality B&T. Nice head proportions and well marked. Well bodied and moved well in all directions.

3. Cocking’s Kelljantzi’s zquisite beauty.

OB (4,0) Another outstanding class filled with excellent exhibits.

1. Santoriello’s Ch Pinicio Wrapped in Red. 3yo red of outstanding quality. She has a lovely head and eye with an animated expression. Showed herself to advantage at all times. Well bodied with a slightly sloping topline. Straight front and rear and moved with confidence, and soundness with enough of a hackney gait. BCC

2. James’ Jaegerson Code Red. 2yo top quality red. Sister to the limit winner and the same comments apply to them both. In the challenge for the RCC I just preferred the slightly cleaner head planes of the limit winner who also was moving slightly stronger behind. Nevertheless another outstanding bitch.

3. Westerman’s Kelljantzi’s yulianna at charpin.

Dr Russell Hodges (Judge)