• Show Date: 08/01/2023
  • Show Type: Open/Limited/Sanction
  • Judged by: Stephen Proctor Contact Judge
  • Published Date: 28/07/2023

Heywood & Radcliffe Canine Society

Heywood & Radcliffe Canine Society Open Show – 08.01.2023

Rough Collies

Rough Collie - Puppy

1st Rose’s Beldones Clementine Avec Coloratura - lovely head and expression on this s/w puppy bitch, appealed for overall make and shape, however, was reluctant to move on the floor, well presented and handled sympathetically. BP

Rough Collie - Junior

No entries

Rough Collie – Post Graduate

1st Rose’s Uffspring Ultravox for Coloratura – nicely constructed tri bitch, with a jet black coat, lovely head, on this feminine bitch, good front and shoulder, moved with drive from rear and stood foursquare throughout, was attentive to handler and presented to advantage. RBOB

2nd Mills Lynmack Sweet Amber – ultra feminine s/w bitch, well construced bitch, when settled moved well, just lost out on overall shape and make.

3rd Grindley’s Lanrue Blueberry Muffin

Rough Collie – Open

Quite a variety in type in this class!

1st Bluck’s Phreelancer Chill Phactor for Elshajo, this b/m male caught my eye upon entering the ring, masculine head, given the desired expression, with a good eye and used his ears well throughout. Very well constructed, good front and shoulder, with well angulated rear, allowing him to cover the ground with ease, he never put a foot wrong, was handled and presented to advantage, deservedly winning BOB and later getting placed fourth in the group.

2nd Beare’s Jemspark Maid in Secret, such a feminine sable bitch, appealed for her make and shape and had the most melting expression, pulled out the stops to get a hard win second in this class, was handled well throughout.

3rd Mills Barrenclough Diamond Dawn at Myjacks

Working Group

Bullmastiff – Junior

1st Marshall & Tankard’s Omfero Princess Audrey at Verosa, 18 month old bitch, loved her head, typical square muzzle, correct eye and ear placement, all combining to give the correct expression, well constructed good angulation front and back, moved with the desired power and purpose, showed all day, was well handled and I was delighted to give her Group 2, in a strong group.

2nd P & C Latter’s Stoneglad She’s a Rebel, promising 9 month old puppy bitch, pleasing head and expression, well made, good front and shoulder, correct angulationg in rear, allowing her to move with drive and purpose, showing power, she showed non stop and her handler got the best from her, delighted to give her the puppy group.

3rd P & C Latter’s Stoneglad She’s Just My Style

Bullmastiff – Post Graduate

1st Marshall & Tankard’s Omfero Princess Audrey at Verosa

Bullmastiff – Open

No entries

A.V.N.S.C Working

A.V.N.S.C Working – Puppy

1st Fletcher’s Sacaria Whisper of Hope – this eye catching young Dobermann, caught my attention when he entered the ring, lovely head and expression all male, very well put together, he was handled sympathetically and with a little bit more confidence, will be one to watch, won the class on his stylish movement.BP A.V.N.S.C & PG 3

2nd Owen’s Tyak Golden Jubilee – this Great Dane was another nice youngster, loved her shape and what an appealing expression, correct eye and head planes, well made and was showed and handled to advantage, just needs time.

3rd Balshaw’s Cockneyoka Over the Line

A.V.N.S.C Working – Junior

No entries

A.V.N.S.C Working – Post Graduate

1st Strong’s Cerisier Supreme of Strongzbeaux JW – lovely Dogue De Bordeaux, she has the most beautiful head with good head and correct bite, well made bitch with strong hindquarters allowed her to move with power and drive. RB AV

A.V.N.S.C Working – Open

1st Abbot’s Nikami Leap of Romance, Great Dane male, loved his head, very elegant looking male, good front and desired topline, move into strong back end which allowed him to move so well, he was well handled throughout, with an obvious rapport with his handler, done more than enough to win the class, with Best A.V.N.S.C and later got Group 3.

Working Group

Group 1 – Lear-Schofield & Schofield’s Alfross Romabo Harper (Leonberger), my star of the day, this young lad, commanded attention from the moment he set foot in the ring, such a beautiful head and typical strong expression and he was most certainly self assured and handled to perfection by his young handler, strong neck, with well laid shoulders and a good front, correct topline, which he held on the move, good extension and covered the ground effortlessly, shall watch his career with interest, was delighted to give him a strong group.

Group 2- Marshall & Tankard’s Omfero Princess Audrey at Verosa (Bullmastiff)

Group 3 - Abbot’s Nikami Leap of Romance (Great Dane)

Group 4 – Austin & Baxter’s Going for Gold Tender Ebony (Newfoundland), well presented male, such a lovely typical head, well constructed and moved with the desired slightly rolling gait, unlucky to be in such a tough group.

Working – Puppy Group

Group 1 - P & C Latter’s Stoneglad She’s a Rebel (Bullmastiff)

Group 2 – Lear-Schofield & Schofield’s Alfross Tulabo Beaumaris (Leonberger), what an appealing young male, this puppy was very raw and immature, but I saw much potential in this youngster, such a friendly disposition and pleasing head, good front and topline, good back end and moved so well for being so young, another promising youngster.

Group 3 - Fletcher’s Sacaria Whisper of Hope (Dobermann)

Group 4 – Beaumont’s Beauimres Maddie the Baddie (Boxer), this young boxer bitch, had lots going for her, such a good head, length of neck and very well put together, moved and showed to advantage.