- Show Date: 27/04/2023
- Show Type: Championship Show
- Judged by: Vanessa Cox Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
West Of England Ladies Kennel Society
1. Nash’s Ralph of House Nash ShCEx VW. Super boy, 8 years old and in great condition for his age. Moderate length of neck, well laid shoulders, firm top-line, just a touch long in in the loin, tail set on well. Well proportioned head with lovely expression, skull good breadth, dark oval eyes and strong muzzle. Moves out so well in profile, using himself as he goes, just a little wide coming towards. Jack of good texture. Pleased to award him BVIB and good to see him taking Terrier Veteran Group 3.
1. Jenkins’ Kinsridge Chainmail. 7 month quality pup who scored for his overall type and balance. Lovely head and expression, good breadth to his skull, neat ears, and dark oval eyes. Moderate neck, short back with firm top-line, ribs developing nicely, short loin and well developed hindquarters. Gaiting freely and with drive. Jacket of good texture and presented beautifully.
2. Thompson & Pope’s Belleville in A Word. A real baby at just 6 months and quite raw at the moment so not the substance or balance of the winner as yet. Nicely proportioned head with dark, expressive eyes, good stop and strong muzzle. Neck of moderate length, level top-line but a tad longer cast and also needing to grow his jacket. Moved out well on the go around, just needs to settle a little in front.
1. Gee’s Watercroft Billy The Kid. Nearly 12 months top quality pup, he appealed for his nicely balanced and smart compact outline. Lovely headpiece, with good breadth to skull, ears of correct size and dark oval eyes with keen expression. Moderate neck which fits nicely into his well placed shoulders with short back, firm top-line and good length to rib cage. Please angulations both front and rear, topped of with a beautifully presented jacket. Came into his own on the move, with good reach and drive and parallel going away.
2. Thompson-Morgan’s Belleville Wordsmith. Another promising pup showing lots of potential. Liked his overall shape and type. Lovely head piece, balanced with broad skull, good skull to muzzle proportions, dark eyes giving keen expression, ears of good size and set, strong muzzle. Slightly shorter in neck than winner, or could have been more coat, well laid shoulders, firm back, well ribbed and short loin, Super coat both presentation and texture. Moved out well in profile and away and back.
3. Tate’s Jaeva Jammie Dodger.
1. Ward’s Littlemount Celyn Y Mor. Nicely proportioned head, expressive eyes would like which I would like a shade darker, good stop and strong muzzle with good dentition. Neck of medium length, short back, level top-line, lovely ribbing, firm loin and tail of good set. He has good angulations front and back but was carrying too much weight over his shoulders, which spoils his otherwise nice outline, it also affected his movement coming on. Good movement going away and in profile. Good quality coat.
1. Harrison’s Jacquidon Rich Tea. Attractive boy, pleasing size and type. Lovely headpiece with good breadth to skull, well defined stop, neatly placed ears, dark oval eyes with keen expression, strong muzzle and good dentition. Moderate neck, level top-line, good ribbing, short loin and tail set on well. Move true both fore and aft and moves out well in profile with good drive from well let down hocks. Good quality jacket
1. Thompson-Morgan’s Belleville Playmate. Quality pup, really well constructed and oozing breed type. I liked his balanced outline, plenty of bone and substance. Moderate neck fitting nicely into well laid shoulders, level top-line, well ribbed, short strong loin and tail set on well. Appealing head and expression, skull of good breadth, dark oval eyes with a keen yet mischievous expression. Gaiting freely around the ring, with good reach in front and drive from behind. Shown in super coat and body condition. Pleased to award him BPIB and delighted to see him take Terrier Puppy Group 2.
1. Jenkins’ Kinsridge Cash Point . Another quality dog, pleasing for size, substance and overall balance. Strong neck of medium length, level top-line, well ribbed and short muscular loin with well developed quarters and tail set on well. Masculine head with good skull to muzzle proportions, ears can settle a little, dark oval-shaped eyes with a bright keen expression. Well-boned and with good substance, he has pleasing angulations front and back, which showed in his movement, .good reach at front and driving from well let down hocks. Beautifully presented and jacket of good texture .
2. Haydon’s Earthtaw Lincoln . Similar size boy with a pleasing outline and a lovely compact body. Attractive head and expression, good breadth to skull, correctly proportioned, well defined stop, strong muzzle and good dentition. Medium length of neck, fits nicely into his well laid shoulders. Good ribbing, short level back and short strong loin, good angulations back and front. Well presented jacket of good texture. Moved really well on the go around, parallel rear with plenty of drive
3. Darnell’s Jacquidon Hot Off The Press
1. Gee’s Ch Watercroft Boozy Miller. A super dog from any angle, full of breed type with such a well balanced outline and he is the ultimate showman as well. Sweet yet masculine head, dark oval eyes with a keen expression and good strength of muzzle,. Moderate length of neck fitting nicely into well laid shoulders and short level back, strong loin and well angulation hindquarters. A1 coat condition and presentation. Came into his own on the move, gaiting around the ring with and easy stride and good reach in front and drive from behind. Pleased to award him DCC and BOB, pleased to see him shortlisted in the group.
2. Thompson-Morgan’s Belleville Plum Sauce. Another top quality dog, similar size to winner and again super for type. Strong neck of medium length, level top-line, super rib and short muscular loin. Attractive head with good skull to muzzle proportions, dark oval-shaped eyes and keenness of expression. Beautifully presented and jacket of good texture. Moving true both fore and aft and shows great drive from the rear and when viewed in profile. It was a close call between these two boys, the bubbly personalty of the winner just tipped the balance. RDCC.
MPB (3) 3 promising girls all at different stages of development.
1. Jenkins’ Kinsridge Brownie Point. Lovely chunky girl, she scored well for her overall type and balance. Gorgeous head, very feminine and bright expression, good skull to muzzle proportions, and neat ears. Moderate neck, well developed body and ribs for her age, firm level top-line and tail set on well . Gaiting freely and with drive from behind and good reach at the front.
2. Gee’s Watercroft Back in A Jiffy . Again another nicely balanced youngster, not quite as compact as winner at this early stage of development but good bone for age. Lovely head, feminine with breadth and strength to muzzle, with dark oval eyes with bright intelligent expression. Medium length of neck, short back, level top-line and tail set on well. She moved very well going away and in profile. Good quality coat.
3. Geary’s Watercroft Quick As A Flash to Germanus
1. Thompson-Morgan’s Belleville Hope Star . Quality youngster who stood out for her lovely construction and compact outline. Lovely head, very feminine, but has breadth to skull and strength to muzzle, well placed ears, and oval dark eyes giving a keen expression, Moderate length of neck, well laid shoulders, firm level top-line and well angulated hindquarters. Presented in super coat of good harsh texture . Came into her own on the move, so sound, gaiting freely with drive.
2. Nash’s Silverlily of Housenash. Different type to winner and not quite the substance of the winner as yet and appears a little longer cast. Sweet head, broad skull and well set ears, would like a touch darker eye. Moderate length of neck, well laid shoulders, nicely angulated hindquarters and tail set on well. Coat developing along the right lines. Moved out positively on the go around, her top-line just needs to settle a little. Just needs time to body up and mature
1. Tate’s Jaeva Puzzle Piece. Lovely youngster, full of quality and breed type. Her well balanced compact profile appealed very much. Lovely headpiece, feminine with good breadth to skull, neat well set ears and dark oval dark eyes giving a keen expression. Her skull to muzzle ratio was also very good. Moderate neck, well laid shoulders, short level back, and nicely angulated hindquarters. Quality coat and beautifully presented. Sound and accurate on the move with good propulsion from her well let down hocks. Very nice girl. Close up for RBCC.
1. Gee’s Watercroft Treacle Toffee. Quality youngster who caught my eye straight away for her lovely balance and proportions and super personality. Very attractive head, feminine yet still with the desired breath of skull and strength of muzzle, dark oval eyes with keen expression. Nicely balanced with medium length of neck, short back, well ribbed, level top-line, muscular loin and tail of good set. She stands well naturally and moved out freely and with enthusiasm. Excellent texture to her beautifully presented jacket. Pleased to award the RBCC.
2. Jenkin’s Kinsridge Cash Preferred . Another nice one, not using her ears quite as well as winner today, but she is pleasing to go over, with a lovely balanced outline. Feminine head, with broad skull, dark oval eyes giving a keen expression. Strong neck of medium length fitting nicely into well laid shoulders, very good forehand, well developed hindquarters and good turn of stile. First class coat presentation which was of a good texture. Impressive on the move, sound free action with good drive from behind.
3. Alman’s Namlak Geisel
1. Barrow’s Kinsridge Pink Diamond. Smaller girl but nicely balanced and with substance. Feminine well proportioned head, neat ears, dark oval eyes and good dentition. Neck of moderate length, short back with firm top-line, ribs carried well back and well sprung, short loin and well bent stifles. Moved out well in profile, just a touch close behind going away. Good texture to her jacket .
1. Nash’s Tiggy of House Nash. Nice type, small and very compact but carrying too much weight over her neck and shoulders at the moment which spoils her otherwise pleasing outline. Sweet well balanced head with neat ears, dark oval eyes with bright expression, and good skull to muzzle ratio. Well off for bone, neck of moderate length, level top-line nice spring of rib, muscular loin and tail good for set and carriage. Harsh well presented jacket. Moving out well in profile, just a touch wide coming on.
2. Lloyd’s Orison Nogin The Nod. Skull of good breadth, ears set on well but perhaps a little larger, dark oval-shaped eyes, well defined stop and good dentition. Neck of moderate length, level top-line but a tad long cast, she has pleasing angles both front and rear. I would just like a little more body substance to give her more of a compact profile. Moving nicely and parallel fore and aft.
1. Thompson-Morgan’s Belleville Citation. Caught my eye as soon as she entered the class for her beautifully balanced and compact outline. Lovely head, feminine expression; broad skull between her neat, well placed ears, oval-shaped eyes, well defined stop, and strong muzzle of correct length to balance. Moderate neck fitting nicely into her shoulders, short level back, strong loin and tail set on well. So good on the move, her well let hocks giving her propulsion from behind . Shown in first class coat and condition. Pleased to award her the BCC and BOS.
2. Gee’s Watercroft In The Que. Another super girl, full of breed type. I liked her compact and balanced outline. Moderate neck fitting well into her well laid shoulders, good fore chest, sound limbs with good bone, firm level top-line and short muscular loin. Attractive head, very feminine , dark eyes with a keen expression. Beautifully presented jacket of correct texture. So sound on the move with good reach and drive.
Vanessa Cox (Judge)