Scottish Kennel Club (Sept) 2023
Judge: Mrs J Paradise
BEST OF BREED : 1928 ROONEY & GREEN, Mr, Mr & Mrs S,J & A Ch JASCHIN FIRST EDITION
Dog CC : 1925 MARTIN, Ms P Sharlarna Trouble maker
Res Dog CC : 1929 ROONEY & GREEN, Mr, Mr & Mrs S,J & A Ch JASCHIN HOLD THAT THOUGHT JW
Bitch CC : 1928 ROONEY & GREEN, Mr, Mr & Mrs S,J & A Ch JASCHIN FIRST EDITION
Res Bitch CC : 1921 LINDSAY, Miss L Jaschin Who'd Have Thought at Anjuli
Best Puppy : 1917 CRANE, Mrs L & TONG, MISS JAYNE CRANVARL THE GYPSY PRINCESS
Best Veteran : 1910 BLAIR, Mrs G Bellflows Honey Bee
Best Special Beginner : 1919 HARBRON, Miss Sheila Jaschin Stop And Paws
Class 819 MPD NO ENTRIES
Class 820 PD NO ENTRIES
Class 821 JD (2 Entries) Abs: 2
Class 822 PGD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1914 BURNS, Miss Tracy & HAMPTON, Ms Leila Sleepyhollow Vincent
Class 823 LD (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1933 YOUNG, Mr C F KIRDANCHI MOVES LIKE JAGGER
2nd: 1911 BLAIR, Mrs G Sharlarna's Chaos At Bellflows
3rd: 1918 GILLHESPY, Mrs Lorraine & VAN BAAREN GROB, Mr. Pet Chinart Akerrn
Res: 1919 HARBRON, Miss Sheila Jaschin Stop And Paws
Class 824 OD (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1925 MARTIN, Ms P Sharlarna Trouble maker
2nd: 1929 ROONEY & GREEN, Mr, Mr & Mrs S,J & A Ch JASCHIN HOLD THAT THOUGHT JW
3rd: 1922 LINDSAY, Miss L Ch Cranvarl Roger at Anjuli JW
Res: 1920 LINDSAY, Miss L Ch Anjuli Trevor
Class 825 VD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1930 SWANSTON, Mrs G M Pamojill Pop Star
Class 826 SBD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1919 HARBRON, Miss Sheila Jaschin Stop And Paws
Class 827 GCD NO ENTRIES
Class 828 MPB NO ENTRIES
Class 829 PB (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1917 CRANE, Mrs L & TONG, MISS JAYNE CRANVARL THE GYPSY PRINCESS
2nd: 1927 POTTS, Mr R & Mrs J Adreeam Highland Chincess
Class 830 JB (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1912 BURNS, Miss Tracy Yakedo Irises
Class 831 PGB (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1921 LINDSAY, Miss L Jaschin Who'd Have Thought at Anjuli
2nd: 1923 MARTIN, Miss S E Sleepyhollow Cover Girl for Kirdanchi.
Class 832 LB (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1924 MARTIN, Ms P Sharlarna Bish bash bosh
2nd: 1915 CRANE, Mrs L Cranvarl's Macey Grey JW
Class 833 OB (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 1928 ROONEY & GREEN, Mr, Mr & Mrs S,J & A Ch JASCHIN FIRST EDITION
2nd: 1926 MILLAR, Mrs S Sharlarna Deja Voo
Class 834 VB (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 1910 BLAIR, Mrs G Bellflows Honey Bee
2nd: 1913 BURNS, Miss Tracy Sleepyhollow Calamity Jane
Class 835 SBB NO ENTRIES
Class 836 GCB NO ENTRIES
Not a numerically large entry but full of quality. As the saying goes, you have to be in it to win it, so judges can only select from those present on the day.
Thank you to the exhibitors who made the trek to Scotland - and to those that live there, for once you didn’t have to start out as usual at silly o’clock!
The standard for ”ideal size is 4-7 lbs, daintier the better providing type, quality & soundness are not sacrificed.” Please remember this when breeding & selecting your show dogs.
It was lovely to see such a good representative of the lesser seen colours in the breed which are now becoming more commonly seen.
MPD NO ENTRIES
PD NO ENTRIES
JD (2, 2a)
Very unfortunately one was actually at the show but despite the steward shouting the class numerous times did not arrive at the ring in time. Always difficult if you do not have a catalogue & assume that others will be present in earlier classes.
1. Burns & Hampton’s Sleepyhollow Vincent. 3 year old well coated dog, squarely built with tail held correctly. Attractive ear feathering, hare feet with slippers, nicely boned without being overdone, head set on medium neck, has the minimum amount of white in the inner corner of the eye. A calm nature, moving nicely around the ring with a good performance & unobtrusive handling.
1. Young’s Kirdanchi Moves Like Jagger. Really liked the size of this 18 month old boy who is dainty yet masculine & finely boned. His skull is crescent shaped on the top between the ears, & the expression is correct with white inner corners of eyes, black nose & good nares. Liked his front layback and ribs. His silky coat is long with good feathering. A tendency to stand with forefeet turned out but they are straight on the move, where he moves smartly. 2. Blair’s Sharlarna's Chaos At Bellflows. At just over 2 years he is looking every inch the part with his square build &mature coat. Ex ear placement & short, well cushioned muzzle. Just referred the movement of 1st.
3. Gillhespy & Van Baaren Grob’s Chinart Akerrn
All a little different to each other with each having different strengths & everyone deserving the titles previously won.
1. Martin’s Sharlarna Trouble Maker. At 4 years old he has a mature body, with a finished flowing coat of silky texture. Loved his well placed eyes & ears, well cushioned muzzle & astonished expression. Well bodied with ex layback of shoulder & rear angulation & he holds a level topline whilst standing on hare feet. He moved with animation in all directions in a business-like manner. CC. 2. Rooney & Green’s Ch Jaschin Hold That Thought JW. Had the best straight front legs of the day with forefeet facing forwards. He is of a lovely, dainty size, standing square & with a level topline. His head is text book with the most gorgeous eyes. Moving at just the right pace to show him off & a very worthy champion. RCC.
3. Lindsay’s Ch Cranvarl Roger at Anjuli JW
1. Swanston’s Pamojill Pop Star. At 7 years old this dainty dog has straight forelegs, well placed front, ribs going well back & is so sound moving. Nice width of skull and pleasing expression. A pity he was not in his best bib & tucker but he has so much to appreciate. BVD.
1 Harbron’s Jaschin Stop And Paws. This w/b boy has a medium neck, ex level topline & holds his tail well both standing & moving. I would prefer less white of eye and more body to him as he is rather narrow all through both standing & when he moves. Well coated forechest & skirting. BSpB
1. Crane & Tong’s Cranvarl The Gypsy Princess. What a poppet. Dainty personified. 11 months, finely boned, lovely light markings on a clear white background, as preferred by the Japanese. Such a pretty head with dark sparkling eyes. Small & dainty she may be but there is no lack of body & her ribs are well sprung. She moves steadily with good elevation & with a lot of concentration, whilst fully taking in her surroundings. BPB & BPIB.
2. Potts’ Adreeam Highland Chincess. Nice width of muzzle with good cushioning. Well bodied with good covering of ribs. Well schooled on the move. Would prefer less white of eye & more strength in the rear end.
JB (1) 1. Burns’ Yakedo Irises. Loved her absolutely beautiful head consisting of well placed ears & eyes, level lips & resolute expression. Well constructed all through & so well balanced. Her movement is so effcicient with nothing wasted. Head & tail held proudly on the move. I very much look forward to seeing how she matures as she surely has a bright future ahead of her.
1. Lindsay’s Jaschin Who'd Have Thought at Anjuli. White/sable. Such rich sable markings on this gorgeous headed, extrovert, elegant girl. Perfect for size & square balance, her forelegs sit neatly against her ribcage & she moves so fluidly. My notes say “I want her”. Expertly handled to allow her freedom to express herself. RCC. . 2. Martin’s Sleepyhollow Cover Girl for Kirdanchi. 4 years old. Of good balance in body & moving well. Nicest of eyes. Not the expression of 1st partly due to lack of underjaw.
1. Martin’s Sharlarna Bish Bash Bosh. A very appealing pretty girl, scoring so well in head. Body proportions square and forefeet face straight ahead which allows her to move straight and fluidly. She shows super life & reach in front and positive drive from behind to flow around the ring effortlessly. 2. Crane’s Cranvarl's Macey Grey JW. A top quality white/lemon with utterly perfect, symmetrical text book head markings. So nice to see she is carrying the right amount of body weight. In her Sunday best dress. Just not quite matching the fluid movement of 1st today.
1. Rooney & Green’s Ch Jaschin First Edition. 4 years old & although I thought she was a little wide in front on the move I could not deny her top honours here as overall she excelled in all other departments from head to toe. You need hands on her to appreciate how each part of her flows into another. Presented & handled impeccably, this owner partnership has mastered the art of breeding and showing this breed to consistently produce both structural soundness & showmanship character qualities – not always easy to achieve in this breed. Pleased to award her CC & BOB.
2. Millar’s Sharlarna Deja Voo. This 5year old was a surprise find. I was really drawn to her, so very sound, well put together with perfect width all through, standing square on finely boned but strong legs. I would love to see her shown in full coat & the handler showing more confidence in her own abilities – the dog can do it – she just needs you to believe in her.
VB (2) 1. Blair’s Bellflows Honey Bee. Almost 8 years old, with the sweetest of heads. Elbows held tight to body, straight feet, ex forelegs, these veterans can show the youngsters how to do it. All in balance. She just put in slightly more effort on the move to secure 1st place. BVB & BVIB.
2. Burns’ Sleepyhollow Calamity Jane. What can I say! One of my all-time favourites & she should have become a Champion in her youth. Still a top quality make and shape underneath the coat but her now profuse coat on the day just affected her outline & she has slowed down a little on the move. It made my day to see her again. Thank you.