- Show Date: 08/09/2023
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Julie Moyes Contact Judge
- Published Date: 09/09/2023
Richmond Dog Show Society
Richmond Championship Dog Show 8th September 2023
VD(1) 1st. Crozier’s Misma of Brook Hall. 8-year-old very fit & well-conditioned. Typy & good for size. Once he settled, he moved well.
JD(2,1a) 1st. Crawley & Baldwin’s Ragus Punch Bowl. I found this wheaten puppy stunning! He did not disappoint on the table, his movement was effortless at only 10 months he has everything. I was honoured to have the chance to go over him. As close to the breed standard in one dog as I have ever seen. CC BOB BP and won the Terrier puppy group to boot! Congratulations.
PGD(1) 1st. Hardwicke & Barge’s Bring Me Laughter. A longer bodied B&T, good head with a dark eye & kind expression. Good in shoulders but rear movement erratic today.
LD(3,1a) 1st. Crawley’s Mr Holmes Investigates Ragus Lovely headed 17 month. Pleasing neck & shoulder, clean chest, straight legs short cobby body good ribs & tail set, good rear angulation short hocks, powerful sound movement, shown in a beautiful full coat, RCC
2nd. Crozier’s Sea Sky Smart B&T. This chap sports a good head, shown in fit condition good topline, I liked his outline. Out moved his brother for BV.
OD(2,1a)1st. Martin’s Ragus Oh Boy. Well balanced boy of correct outline, good shoulder placement and rear angulation showed in his sound movement. Good head & expression. Lovely presentation. Lots to like about him, just needs to get his act together.
SBD(1)1st. Morris & Reid’s Brickin Blame The Game. 2 year old red youngster, good head, looking a little raw needs a little more substance, rear movement erratic today but very attentive to handler.
PB(2)1st. Watkins’s Baktwins One Moment In Time. 6mth effervescent B&T with a gorgeous head feminine expression, skull broad & good strength to muzzle, good body for age, lovely rear, low in hock, moved well.
2nd. Hardwicke’s Norowic Lady of Rohan. Pretty headed girl, liked her shape, moved well going away but not the reach from her forequarters that 1 had.
JB(3,1a)1st. Batey’s Contilly Smoke and Burn. B&T. Good shape to this cobby lady, balanced head sweet expression, good angulation of both shoulder & hindquarters. Good tail set, with plenty behind it. Coat still coming on. Moved well when she settled.
2nd. Ostermann & Smith’s Ragus Touch of Nutmeg. Good for size, needs more substance, but she has plenty of time. Feminine head properties good neck & shoulders, good length of back, good ribs. Picture will improve when the coat grows in.
PGB(1)1st Watkins’s Baktwins Let Me Be The One. Shown in beautiful full coat, loved her shape, she has depth but not overdone. Very typy head with soft expression, uses her ears. Good in angulation forequarters & rear, moved well.
LB(2,1a)1st. Stevenson’s Brickin Mint Edition Loved her type. Feminine head, defined neck leading into well placed shoulders, straight legs, well ribbed, good rear angulation which was muscled up. Took a little time to settle but when she did she moved freely with power.
OB(1)1st. Inett & Harrison’s Ragus Blowing Kisses to Carradine. Beautiful sized cobby shaped lady of strength but still feminine, good head & expression, lovely clear fore quarters, straight legs and feet, well ribbed up. Good rear quarters allowing for her driving movement which won her the CC in the challenge. CC.
Julie Moyes Judge.