• Show Date: 01/09/2023
  • Show Type: Championship Show
  • Judged by: David Craig Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 05/09/2023

City Of Birmingham Canine Association

Breed: Dachshund (Miniature Long Haired)




Class 897 PD (3 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1872 PHILLIPS, Mrs & Mr Jackie & Paul Summerview Hello Hugo, 10 months black/tan, presents a very pleasing overall picture standing, good to go over and shown and presented in lovely condition, pleasing head shape, well made front, correct feet, ribs go well back with good length of sternum, hind legs straight and parallel, moved soundly and kept his outline on the move, BD, BOB and BPIB;

2nd: 1852 COX, Mrs P Dolyharp Fidelio, shaded cream of nearly 12 months, pleasing head, almond shaped eyes, moved soundly, preferred ribbing and front of 1;

3rd: 1859 JAMES, Miss Libby Johnny Thor At Daxiemoors

Class 898 JD (1 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1864 MCCARTHY, Mrs C Nagshall Dyce The Ice, 16 months cream, appealing head shape with very good pigmentation, pleasing topline and a sound mover out and back as well as maintaining his outline in profile, RBD;

Class 899 PGD (3 Entries) Abs: 1

1st: 1863 MCCARTHY, Mrs C NAGSHALL THE ODD REASON JW, two years shaded cream, scored here in front assembly over 2, pleasing topline which he held on the move, has good ground clearance;

2nd: 1875 POOLE, Mrs M E Findowrie The Fusileer, black/tan with most attractive head, pleasing topline and well made hindquarters, just preferred the front of 1;

Class 900 OD (3 Entries) Abs: 2

1st: 1861 MCCARTHY, Mrs C Nagshall Dutch Odyssey, 4 years red, pleasing head and eye, quite well made in front and pleasing hindquarters, would prefer a better topline;

Class 901 GCD (1 Entries) Abs: 1


Class 903 VB (2 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1860 KERSLAKE, Mrs P & Mr S Devonwood Steps in Time, black/tan of 7 years, very nice overall picture, pretty head, pleasing front, shown in wonderful condition, credit to owner, moved soundly;

2nd: 1867 MURPHY, Miss M Classidax Liberty Belle, another black/tan, this time 8 years, in good condition, pleasing movement, preferred head and feet of 1;

Class 904 PB (7 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1870 PAIN, Mrs J E Tolberg Here's To The Future with Ravensbeech, very feminine shaded cream, pleasing head, well made front, well made hindquarters, moved with drive and accuracy and carried herself well in profile, will look even better with a little more coat;

2nd: 1866 MCCARTHY, Mrs C NAGSHALL THE ODD EXCUSE, pushed hard, this shaded cream has many virtues, pleasing outline, good head, moved well, has more coat but didn’t quite hold her topline as well as 1 in profile;

3rd: 1848 ANEKE, Mrs Amanda Jayne & ANEKE, Mr Daniel Dachadam Miss Guinness

Class 905 JB (2 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1865 MCCARTHY, Mrs C Nagshall I'm So Dizzy JW, shaded cream who appealed in overall outline, very pleasing head shape, correct shape eye and good pigmentation, well made front, good topline, well ribbed, good hindquarters with legs straight and parallel, correct topline which was held on the move, sound in both directions, pushed hard for BOB, hope she continues to do well, BB;

2nd: 1849 BURROWS, Reverend V E Theodora Hephzibah, red of 13 months, what a great character and shown in fit condition, great rapport between handler and dog;

Class 906 PGB (3 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1851 COX, Mrs P Cheritondax Chardonnay JW, red of 2.5 years, pleasing quality and well constructed overall, pleasing head of correct shape, good body and ribbing, level topline held on the move, well made hindquarters, moved soundly and held her outline on the move, RBB;

2nd: 1876 SIGGEE, Mrs Tara M Ensigynes Glaciarium, 2 years shaded cream, pleasing overall outline, preferred feet of 1;


Class 907 OB (6 Entries) Abs: 0

1st: 1869 PAIN, Mrs J E Cwmdarhian Radio Gaga Ravensbeech, black/tan of nearly 4 years, lacking coat a little but overall preferred her shape, and soundness, pleasing outline with good topline held on the move, true out and back;

2nd: 1850 COX, Mrs P Dolyharp Sweet Harmony, shaded red of pleasing proportions and outline, correct length of body, pleasing topline, looked good in profile, preferred feet of 1;

3rd: 1874 POOLE, Mrs M E Findowrie Jessica Rose


David R Craig (Judge)