- Show Date: 05/03/2023
- Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
- Judged by: Linda Jenkins Contact Judge
- Published Date: 28/07/2023
Ashton In Makerfield Canine Society
Ashton-In-Makerfield Canine Society 5/3/23
P. (6/4) 1. Coombes Tomarisroan Star Maker. At almost a year old there is much to like about this blue girl. Her head needs to finish developing but she has a sweet, merry expression. Correct front angulation and solid topline, she has a surprisingly good spring of rib for youngster. Balanced rear angulation with good bend of stifle and short sturdy hocks which she used to her drive around round the ring. A super prospect for the future, good luck with her. BP. 2. Nutter’s Jennobar Greatest Showman. Blue & tan boy with masculine head and good angulation fore and aft. Moved well.
J. (5/3) 1. Tomarisroan Star Maker. 2. Pendlebury's Rockllocers Coconut Husk At Sandabys. A substantial red dog of 15 months, well coated with a super head and good outline. Unfortunately, hands on I found him to be very overweight and he refused to move so I was unable to assess his movement.
PG. (5/3) 1. Sewell's Quattrozampe Chuffed'T Bits. This orange roan girl has a pretty feminine head and expression, with a tight, dark eye. I liked her outline and she has balanced angulation. She moves well enough in all directions and holds her shape on the move. 2. Rockllocers Coconut Husk at Sandabys.
L. (2/1) 1. Tomlinson Milalder Tickled Pink. Blue & tan girl of nice type. Feminine head of correct proportions. Well bodied with enough angulation fore and aft. Solid topline, gently sloping croup to correctly set tail. Moved merrily in all directions.
O. (4/2) 1. Sewell's Wintonia Hidden Gem At Quattrozampe. A mature blue girl of really lovely type. There is nothing flashy about her but hands on she is so honest and correct to go over. Feminine all through, short and cobby, with super angulation front and rear. Moved with reach and drive. BOB. 2. Sewell's Kerriglow Dream Again For Quattrozampe. Quality black dog with the most handsome head and expression. Very typey and moves out really well, I just preferred the front on his kennel mate today.
Linda Jenkins (Bruxly)