- Show Date: 20/08/2023
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Tom Graham Contact Judge
- Published Date: 26/08/2023
Welsh Kennel Club
RETRIEVER (FLAT COATED)
VD (2 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Staff's Bonnyhilbrae Royal Flush, 7 yrs, balanced head, stood true with good bone & feet, ample depth, well ribbed, moved true & steady.
MPD (5 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Lane-Ridyard's Kulawand Callisto, a super youngster who must have a bright future & reach the top, a very well balanced head with good eye, correct neck, stood true on good legs & feet, lovely depth for age, well ribbed, strong rear, in super condition, moved very true & steady, covering the ground well, BPIB
2nd: Curtis' Tallistar Midnight Ash, another quality youngster who also must have a bright future & could go all the way to the top, quality head with good eye, strong neck, true front with lovely depth & ribbing, shown in good condition, moved out well pushing the winner all the way.
3rd: Wild's Kvicksana The Master Piper At Bluewaters(IMP SWE)
PD (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Curtis' Tallistar Midnight Ash
2nd: Wild's Kvicksana The Master Piper At Bluewaters(IMP SWE) 3rd in MPD, not as mature as winners, has everything in the right place, balanced head, good bone & feet, in good condition, very promising but will need time.
3rd: Leigh's Benvellyn Denali At Willaura
JD (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Clark's Hurstclough Night Owl at Flanova, well balanced head, good neck, ample depth & good ribbing, lovely substance, stood on good legs & feet, moved out true & positive.
2nd: Buckley's Blacktoft Brindisi by Buckleyhill, another quality exhibit, has good breed type, lovely depth & ribbing, moved out well just preferred the drive of winner today.
3rd: Egginton's Pajanbeck Think Of Me (A.I.)
YD (6 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Wild's Bitcon Alliance With Bluewaters (AI) JW, this quality youngster has everything going for him, he is maturing nicely, super head, good front assembly, well ribbed, in good condition, moved out in style.
2nd: Pingree's Telurn Final Attraction Among Heatheridge JW, another good youngster, just carrying a tad too much on his shoulders today, balanced head strong neck., good front, moved out steadily.
3rd: Buckley's Blacktoft Brindisi by Buckleyhill
ND (2 Entries) Abs: 0
Two youngsters that have quality heads, good bone & feet, ample depth & ribbing, the winner just had the edge on the move today
1st: Stephenson's Llantrussa Peer Gynt at Falahall
2nd: King's Kingsisla Isle of Lewis
PGD (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Pingree's Calzeat Gentleman's Agreement to Heatheridge (Imp), quality male of good type, masculine head, lovely true front with good bone & feet, good depth & well ribbed up, in super coat & condition, looked a picture when stacked, moved out very true & positively. RDCC
2nd: Vanderstegen's Charlotte Moity Havoc, not as mature as winner, balanced head, good bone & feet, in good condition, moved positively.
3rd: Kearton's Braemist Bootlegger at Ravenhall
LD (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Bright's Hopevalley Morning Phantom, quality male with good head & eye, stood true on good legs & feet , correct depth, presents a lovely outline on the stack & move, in good condition with good substance, moved positively, pushed hard for top honours today.
2nd: Buckley's Steelriver Hit the Beach with Buckleyhill another quality exhibit of good breed type, moved very true, unlucky to meet the winner on top form today.
3rd: Wilson's Hameldowntor Pedro Ximenez
OD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Holland's Flatcharm Mayhem Miller, I was told that this young chap has been slow to mature, well it was well worth waiting for, he looked a picture on the stack & on the move, he has a super head, good neck & shoulders, stands true with lovely bone & good feet, correct depth with super ribbing, strong short loin with well angulated muscled rear, this showed in his free ground covering movement, in super coat & condition, he just asked for his 1st CC.
2nd: Romeo-Dieste's Hopevalley Morning Circus another quality male, lovely head, true front with ample bone, good depth & ribbing, in good condition moved out true, one to watch.
VB (3 Entries) Abs: 0
My first 2 were in very good condition for the age of 7 yrs, ample depth, plenty of bone, good feet, well ribbed, the winner just edged it in her free movement. BV
1st: Wilson's Hameldowntor Music Of The Night (Imp Fra),
2nd: Kearton's O'Flanagan Brogan's Legacy At Ravenhall TAF
3rd: Simon's Gwenadillo Montesori Coedylan VW
MPB (4 Entries) Abs: 0
4 promising puppies
1st: Jones' Benvellyn Sequoia, very feminine all through, balanced head with good eye, stood true on good legs & feet, ample depth & ribbing for age, in good condition & not fazed by her big day at 6 mths, moved very well for one so young, should do well.
2nd: Curtis' Tallistar Midnight Beauty another quality baby, with similar comments, but not as steady on the move as winner, her time will come.
3rd: Walker & Robert's Gloi Dubh Lady Muck
PB (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Jones' Benvellyn Sequoia
2nd: Curtis' Tallistar Midnight Beauty
3rd: Walker & Robert's Gloi Dubh Lady Muck
JB (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Armstrong's Bitcon Jelly Bean (ai), a star in the making as you would expect from this kennel, for one so young she already shows quality, super head, good front, presents a balanced picture on the stack, good depth & ribbing, moves out well keeping a good topline, one to watch RBCC
2nd: Prior's Blacktoft Avelino, another quality youngster, everything in the right place, feminine head, good bone & feet, not as free on the move as winner.
3rd: Egginton's Pajanbeck One Moment In Time AI:
YB (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Mellor's Flatcharm Guilty Pleasure, this young lady is maturing at the right pace, lovely type, feminine all through, in super condition, moves out in style.
NB (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: Walker & Roberts' Gloi Dubh Lady Muck 3rd in the puppy classes, not quite as mature as the winners but very nice to go over, just needs time & patience.
2nd: Egginton's Pajanbeck One Moment In Time AI, good type, in good condition, would prefer a higher head carriage.
3rd: Clark's Kazval Turn Back Time at Flanova
PGB (10 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Thurgood & Holmes' Finhamspride Clio, lovely feminine head & expression, good depth, straight front with good bone & feet, well ribbed, in good condition, moved positively
2nd: Thurgood's Thurwhitt Tamara, another quality girl, feminine all through, true front, would prefer tighter feet, good depth & ribbing, in good condition, moved true.
3rd: Whitaker & Kilsby's Jetstarski I'm On Fire
LB (8 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Thurgood's Thurwhitt Dancing Queen, super mover, balanced head with good eye, stood true with well boned legs & good feet, lovely depth, in good condition.
2nd: Leavy's Hopevalley Morning Shine Over Wychwizard, quality girl, good substance all through, ample depth & well ribbed, moved true.
3rd: Stevenson's Caci's Born to be Miss Universe (Imp. Swe.)
OB (6 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: Anderson's Sh Ch Feldkirk Dior Of Kazval, what is there to say about this lady that has not already been said, a pleasure to go over, she is so very feminine in all departments, super front, with lovely bone & feet, good depth & ribbing, she scores with a lovely presented clean outline on the stack & on the move, her free movement is a pleasure to watch covering the ground with ease & at one with handler, thank you for the chance to judge her in the breed. BCC & BOB, pleased to see her make the split in the group.
2nd: Romeo-Dieste's Hopevalley Morning Rainbow JW, full of breed type, feminine head & expression, good depth & ribbing, strong front assembly, in good condition, moved true.
3rd: Whitaker & Kilsby Evening Mist Black Brianta (CZE)