22nd October 2015
Judged by Stuart Mallard
MPD (9,1a) 1 Godbehere’s Tillashby Arubato, 8 months, well knit, large head, short muzzle nicely cushioned, straight fine bone into decent feet, back level, tail set high & carried well, hindquarters defined & put to good use when on the move; 2 Pearce & Hann’s Rakuchin Kenjina, compact outline, his head is balanced with correct width & shape, well appointed forehand with width to chest, short back & tail set high, his action is sound enough but he was somewhat hesitant at times; 3 Schemel’s Chinart Yuunagi. PD (8,2) 1 Matches’ Godheim Stars And Stripes at Fochai, promising lad, well laid out head carried with style on arched neck of moderate length, finely boned down to hare feet, short backed with tailset, carriage & hindquarters to suit, light assertive movement; 2 Vincent’s Yama Jimmy Choo, loved this lad’s shape, he carries a quality head with enough breadth, well shaped & placed dark eye gave correct expression, muzzle short & padded, compact & soundly constructed with topline & tail set to suit, just preferred front action of 1, quality coat coming; 3 Allcock & Tong’s Sleepyhollow Rhein Gold. JD (11,4) 1 Farmer’s Sangria Lord Of The Dance, compact, very smart with relatively large head, short muzzle & tidy finish to mouth, his well spaced dark eyes have a touch of white which gives correct expression, clean front assembly supported by sound limbs, reasonable topline, hindquarters with good turn of stifle, moved smartly with poise; 2 Vincent’s Yama The Magician, 10½ months & displaying lovely breed type, clean head, large nose, muzzle cushioned, expressive eyes, compact body, tail set & carried well, shapely hindquarters & a sound mover, shown in good coat of correct silky textures; 3 McFarlane’s Myojo Mortgan. PGD(11,5) 1 Farmer’s Sangria Riverdancer, appealing package, compact & on his toes, quality head, dark well spaced eyes, small ears set high, width to front, best topline in this class, tail carried well, ample turn of stifle, sound movement with good reach, coat of correct texture; 2 Rhodes & Vincent’s Javalcy Bit Of Razzle Dazzle, compact & balanced, head of good size with short well finished muzzle, arched neck of moderate length into clean shoulders & sound limbs, defined hindquarters with movement to suit; 3 Thomas’ Javalcy Nik Nak Paddywack. LD (11,2) 1 McLeod’s Dunline Oh What A Night, impressive lad, typical outline & balanced head carried smartly, his well placed bright eyes give correct expression, muzzle & mouth well finished, shoulders set firm supported on straight strong fine bone & good feet, his topline is level & tail high set, moved soundly with pride & was shown in lovely coat. RCC; 2 Tong’s Dalehouse Elements Of Elgar Jakconas, also worthy, head to suit, dark eyes set apart giving typical expression, muzzle short & padded, good finish to mouth, well made front with width, topline & hindquarters to suit, moved soundly with good deportment; 3 Godbehere’s Charnell Kenji at Tillashby. OD (7,2) 1 Davidson’s Ch Hysterical Samuri Sou at Shalarna, what a cracker this little chap is, his small frame is so well constructed conveying a most beautiful compact silhouette, his head is of a decent size, well laid out & I loved his expression, his moderate neck is proudly arched maintaining impressive bearing, active & on his toes, he moves out so well with an air of self importance, sporting a quality coat he was presented to perfection. CC & BOB, well done on your group placing; 2 Burden’s Sangria Amadeus of Sheonagh, projected the correct outline & carried his well laid out & finished head with pride, pleasing forehand & bone, he has a level back & defined hindquarters, he moved soundly but was a tad apprehensive at times; 3 Parry’s Ch Sidlyn Gone With The Wind to Gwynsias.
MPB (7,1) 1 Whitehouse’s Denain Sweet Jasmine, compact outline, gently arched neck carried balanced head with pride, front to develop still, reasonable topline, tail set & carried well, shapely hindquarters & a steady mover; 2 Basing’s Arranbrook Frangipanni, quality r/w, square in outline, head with shape & commendable attributes, level back & high set tail, marginally preferred rear action of 1, coat of correct texture coming, well presented; 3 Gillhespy & Van Baaren’s Chinart Ajisai. PB (11,3) 1 Davidson’s Sharlarna Betty Boo, classy feminine & typified breed type, head in proportion to body, muzzle short & wide, dark eye placed well apart, small high set ears, clean front & fine bone, well coupled level topline with tailset & hindquarters to suit, sound stylish mover. BP; 2 Matches’ Godheim Charlotte at Fochai, totally clean lines & very honest in construction, I liked her head & short well padded muzzle, width to front, quality body, just preferred rear action of 1, coat of correct texture, well presented; 3 Vincent’s Yama Paper Lace. JB (10,2) 1 Basing’s Arranbrook Bedazzled, all of a piece, well knit with a soundly built frame, she has elegance & moved soundly with style; 2 Oatridge’s Sleepyhollow Tea For Two, rather raw but has time on her side, I felt she conveyed excellent breed type & moved out to advantage; 3 Robinson’s Midorchi Make Believe.PGB (5,2) 1 Allitt’s Tillashby Kimika, feminine lass with class, compact in body & carrying an excellent headpiece, well appointed bright dark eye with a touch of white to enable characteristic expression, width to front supported by strong fine bone & hare feet, topline, tailset & turn of stifle to suit, sound movement with typical bearing; 2 Wallhead’s Choya Kinuko at Merida, similar stature, head with size & shape in proportion to body, moderate neck gently arched, straight front with width, I just favoured topline of 1, shapely hindquarters, silky coat well presented; 3 Wallhead’s Sleepyhollow Tikle My Fancy at Merida. LB (6,1) 1 Crane’s Sidlyn Wind Of Change for Cranvarl, clean lines, I loved her head with correct attributes, front assembly well appointed, sound limbs, nicely ribbed with short level back & high set tail, hindquarters nicely turned, well presented; 2 Davidson’s Sharlarna Koyuki, very feminine, correct breed virtues, just preferred length to leg of 1, moved very soundly, beautiful coat & presentation; 3 Rowley & Wallhead’s Fralee Elsie at Merida.OB (10,3) 1 Steele’s Javalcy China Doll at Threadgold, feminine & very well balanced, quality headpiece with lovely finish, correct eye & large nose, she is short in back & presents a suitable profile, clean forehand, shape to ribcage with topline to suit, her tail is set high but she can drop it which almost cost her today, her hindquarters have good definition & she moved soundly with apt carriage, loved her coat & presentation. CC; 2 Jolly’s Sharlarna’s Dancing Queen at Dekobras, quality lady, feminine with correct bearing, she has size to her head in proportion with her body, short wide muzzle, clean jaw, well spaced dark eyes, high set tidy ears, well placed shoulders & fine bone, correct topline, tailset & hindquarters, excellent coat & presentation; 3 Paradise’s Shardlow Knickweboka Glory.
STUART J MALLARD