- Show Date: 20/11/2022
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Vanessa Cox Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Bichon Frise Club Of Great Britain
Bichon Frise Club of Great Britain 20/11/2022- Special Award Classes
1. Stokes’ Delprupar Le Bon Ton at Anneymar. Lovely puppy bitch with lots to like, with a pleasing balanced outline. Sweet head, very feminine with dark round eyes and excellent pigmentation. Soundly made with a nice arch to her neck, straight front legs, firm topline and well carried tail. Beautifully presented. Moved very well in all directions with good reach and drive maintaining a lovely outline in profile at all times. Promising youngster with a lovely attitude.
1. Stafford’s Deizi No smoke Without Fire at Louisianna. Well this little girl certainly ticks a lot of boxes, she caught my eye straight away for her confidence on the move and her overall size and shape. So very feminine with good head proportions and the darkest of eyes and dense nose pigment giving her a lovely expression. Good front with a nice arch to her neck, firm topline and well carried tail. Sound away and back and has free flowing, rhythmic side gait all topped off with a beautifully presented silky textured coat.
2. Stokes’ Delprupar Jamaican Me Crazy. More mature girl built along slightly bigger lines. Pleasing to go over with her happy temperament, showing good overall balance. Attractive head and expression, dark eyes and pigment, her muzzle is just a tad longer than winner. Nicely arched neck, firm body with defined chest, secure topline and well bent stifles. She used her good front and rear angulations to advantage and moved out with good reach and drive maintaining a lovely outline in profile. Well-presented coat.
1. Loye and Taylor’s Fribonch Hello I’m Dolly. Just slightly referred her outline on the stack and overall size, but little to choose from these two lovely girls. Nicely proportioned, pretty head and expression, very feminine, dark eyes and dense nose pigment. Like her balanced outline with good reach of neck, straight front, lovely topline and pleasing tail carriage. Nicely angulated rear with good bone and substance Moved very well in all directions with good reach and strong rear action showing her pads as required. Well-presented coat and a lovely temperament.
2. Carr’s Daveyluv’s Hot Tramp I Luv You So. Another lovely girl, well made throughout, perhaps just a touch more of her than winner. Very attractive head and expression which is nicely proportioned, dark eyes and dense nose pigment. Straight front, good forechest, well ribbed with secure topline and nicely angulated rear. Moved very well in all directions with good reach and drive maintaining a lovely outline in profile. Lovely coat presentation. .
3. Marsden’s Winharleigh Magic of Music. A sound mover, with good balance, eye and nose placement was also good, fair neck and firm topline. He could do with a little less head coat and less eye staining to enable him to move up the placings.
Vanessa Cox (Judge)