- Show Date: 08/09/2023
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Lee Cox Contact Judge
- Published Date: 06/10/2023
Richmond Dog Show Society
Richmond Championship Dog Show
8th September 2023
1: STRINGER, Mrs Lynne Tumbledown's Sole Pretender, 10-year-old chocolate, who is in fine fettle for his age. He pleases for expression and is masculine all through. Balanced in angulation and sound on the out and back. Super tail.
1: WILES, Mrs S Richbourne Lion King, what a gorgeous yellow baby of 6 months, the most delightful head and expression, totally balanced in angulation and good to go over. He is square and solid even at this age. Moved out well with the correct carriage. Champion for sure
2: MILLS, Mr & Mrs Christopher & Claire LEMBAS CAPTAIN JACK, close up this black 6-month-old boy has all the potential in the world. He too has the most delightful head and expression, amazing coat and tail and he too is good to go over, just not as precise on the out and back today but I can see them changing places on more than one occasion, another title bound.
3: JOHNSON, Mr Gary & JOHNSON, Mrs Jean Cremino Celebrity
1: SMITH, Miss Caroline Potterzuri Mister Pumbaa of Flyenpyg, yellow of 8 months, pleases for type and shape, just needs to body up and he’ll be away
2: FINDJAN, Mrs Vivienne CREMINO CAPABILITY ROSSACRE, 7-month yellow who has the most endearing expression. A tiny bit immature at the moment compared to his fellow pups, but he is another with time on his side.
1: HARRIS, Ms Joyce Elizabeth Winsleywood Wellington, smart young yellow with a super head and expression. Totally balanced in outline with good length of leg, won the class on precision coming towards me and kept the correct outline in profile.
2: ALLEN, Mrs C Allen & Mr D Timouron Olimpio, yellow who also scores for type, a tad loose in front coming towards me today and this is what cost him. All male and another who is balanced.
3: FOSTER, Mr Mark Midnight shadow magic
1: HARRIS, Ms Joyce Elizabeth Winsleywood Wellington
2: ALLEN, Mrs C Allen & Mr D Timouron Olimpio
3: BECKER, Mrs Karin MILES FROM NOWHERE HEAVY-DUTY (Swed Imp)
1: WILES, Mrs S Richbourne Heartbreaker, choc boy who is all male, super for coat and real otter tail. Has length to leg and decent feet, a tiny bit long in loin but he covers the ground and keeps his outline.
2: SMITH, Miss Caroline Potterzuri Mister Pumbaa of Flyenpyg
3: FINDJAN, Mrs Vivienne CREMINO CAPABILITY ROSSACRE
1: SADLER, Mrs Hazel Talifen Gentleman Jack, yellow of type, good for size and substance, good for neck into strong topline, in decent coat. Moved out on the right track.
1: ANDREWS, Mr & MRS B & A Creamwood Tea For Two, yellow that won the class on shape and balance. Decent in head and expression, pleasing for outline and used himself in profile.
2: BOULDEN, Ms C Rumhill Firecracker JW, choc boy who has substance and is all male, super for bone and feet, good coat and in good muscle tone. Maybe just a tad longer in loin than the winner.
3: NEWMAN, Miss Pauline Ann CREAMWOOD SILVER HAWTHORN (AX3)
1: COODE, Mr D Warringah's The Bluff, super black boy with style and quality in spades. He may not be the biggest, but he is workmanlike, fully mature and totally balanced. Gorgeous head and expression, in superb muscle and coat. Champion quality with the average amount of luck. CC
2: VENABLES, Mr Anthony KIMBERJAK PRECIOUS METAL (AU4), yellow who pleases for shape and type, not quite the positivity coming and going as the winner today. Super for size and substance. In good coat.
3: FINNEY, Miss L Carpenny Kipling
1: HODGE, Mr & Mrs & Miss ARV & R Sh Ch Ir Sh Ch Naiken Elite Envoy (ai) JW Ir J Ch, Chocolate boy who has made quite a name for himself, and I can clearly see why. He is so very typical and is as sound as they come. Presented and handled superbly, he will always figure. Today, for me, he was just a tad heavy over the shoulders and this cost him. RCC
2: JOHNSON, Mr Gary & JOHNSON, Mrs Jean Sh Ch Cremino Calabrese, superb yellow, close up and very worthy, just preferred the coat of the winner today and reach in front.
3: BECKER, Mrs Karin Trewinnard The Tailor KC
1: STRINGER, Mrs Lynne Tumbledown's Sole Pretender
2: VENABLES, Mr Anthony KIMBERJAK PRECIOUS METAL
3: NEWMAN, Miss Pauline Ann CREAMWOOD SILVER HAWTHORN
1: REES, Mrs M Eremos Perfect Pascali, 9-year-old yellow of super type. Super expression and wonderful shape. In good coat and balanced in angulation. Moved out well. BV
2: SCUTCHER, Mrs A Winsleywood Wild Anise JW Sh.CM, 8-year-old yellow who is very enthusiastic and has a love of life, she pleases in profile and is totally typical and balanced, just a tiny bit erratic coming towards me today.
3: WELFORD, Mrs Anne & WELFORD, Miss Johanna Othamcourt Penny Lane To Ankari
1: GANNEY, Mr & Mrs Ian & ALLEN, Mr Geoff & HESS, Mrs Darrabol Amphitrite With Allenie (AI), 8-month-old yellow of obvious type and quality, delightful head and expression, super for size and type and she fills the eye not being overdone in any way. Very sound on the move. Title bound, I’m sure.
2: LAPPER, Mr Tom Tomative Annabelle, 7month black, of champion quality, beautiful expression, super for type and move out well. Superb coat and tail and excellent feet.
3: MILLS, Mr & Mrs Christopher & Claire LEMBAS BLACK BETTY
1: LAVELLE, Mr & Mrs R J & A & WILES, Mrs S Crosscroyde Chianti, quite delightful 11-month-old yellow and already all of a piece. The most beautiful head and expression. Strong neck into superb topline and well-set tail. Super coat, tail and feet. Totally balanced and a future champion. Totally fell for her. RCC and BP
2: BOULDEN, Ms C Rumhill Bossy Boots, 9-month-old chocolate of obvious quality and another with the most endearing expression, she too will title I have no doubt, I really liked her.
3: WALLACE, Mrs J Ann DreamMake for Tiaja (Imp Dnk)
1: BRADDON, Mrs F. E. M. & BRADDON, Mr D. L. Trendlewood Tiger Lily, yellow of superior quality and type, she is super for shape and is good to go over having a very decent forehand, strong neck and firm topline, beautiful expression, she moved out well
2: FINDJAN, Mrs Vivienne MAGNAVALLEYS MOON LIGHT ROSSACRE, black with the most endearing temperament and her tail never stopped, not as forward as the winner but time is on her side, and she had everything in the right place.
3: JOHNSON, Mrs Denise Bromwynn CARRIEGAME HARVEST PARADE
1: CASEY, Mr E & JAYES, Mrs E Berlan first in line at Sandylands, gorgeous dark yellow of obvious quality and as sound as a bell. So balanced, delightful head and expression, in super condition. Just needs the finish in body and a title is ahead of her.
2: COODE, Mr D Warringah's Pippingarra, yellow of slightly differing type abut still so much to like about her, her shape is delightful, and she is beautifully made, sound on the go round but just a tad erratic coming towards me today and she didn’t have her best dress on, but that always grows.
3: LEWIS, Mrs Sally A GAMESMERE CLEMENTINA
1: MILLS, Mr & Mrs Christopher & Claire Lembas Peggy Patch, 6-month-old yellow with the most beautiful head and expression, she is already all of a piece and she has the world in front of her, simply delightful
2: BOULDEN, Ms C Rumhill Bossy Boots
3: EDWARDS, Mrs Vivienne Fiona Howcastle Josephine of Chelmscote
1: LAVELLE, Mr & Mrs R J & A Crosscroyde Cheeky Emma, gorgeous yellow for type and shape, good for size and substance, yet still feminine, liked her head and soft expression. Moved out well.
2: MILLS, Miss & Mrs R J & J E Jaybec Winter Wispa JW, another very decent yellow who scores on the move, soft expression, balanced outline and decent bone, close up
3: KING, Mrs J Linthwaite Arabella
1: DAVEY, Mr & Mrs A & N Clanfield Highland Rose, yellow bitch who pleases for shape and type, pleasing head and expression, balanced in angulation and moved out well.
2: LAPPER, Mr Tom NAIKEN EVITA (A I), black bitch who pleases for head and expression, firm topline and well carried tail, she is balanced, but just felt the heat I felt today
1: MILLS, Mr & Mrs Christopher & Claire LEMBAS KAKAMORA, black girl of immense quality, would not want her any heavier, beautiful head and expression, totally balanced in angulation and she has the most wonderful coat and tail. Sound on the move with effortless stride
2: LAVELLE, Mr & Mrs R J & A Crosscroyde Chelsea Flier, yellow with the most delightful head and expression, she has substance and is super to go paver, moved out well holding her outline.
3: MILLS, Miss & Mrs R J & J E Trendlewood Day Dreaming
1: WILES, Mrs S Richbourne Hermione, wonderful yellow of superb type and shape, her head and expression are dreamy. She is totally balanced and full of substance yet retains femininity. Yes, perhaps a little untidy in underline but her shape screams Labrador to me. Maybe not the flashiest, but ultra sound and who said a Labrador should be flashy anyway. I loved her and I sincerely hope she gains a very deserved title. CC & BOB
2: ALLEN, Mr Anthony & JORDAN, Mrs Lucille & HESS, Mr Am Ch Gr Ch Tampa Bay & Eagle Pond's Kisses Sweete, lovely for type too, fantastic coat and tail, just not as positive going away. Handled to get the very best out of her, she took the eye in profile.
3: CASEY, Mr E & JAYES, Mrs E Sh Ch Lapema Masquerade at Sandylands
1: HOSKING, Mr W & Mrs P Cornishwater Mountsbay, yellow who won on the move as she was more precise on the out and back. Decent shape and typical in outline.
2: BYSOUTH, Miss Melanie F Luckswarren Secret Phoenixblack who is typical in outline and pleases in head and expression. Has depth all through.
3: STRINGER, Mrs Lynne Tumbledown Xarhea
Lee A S Cox (Judge)