Scottish Kennel Club 2

Royal Highland Showground, 1st October 2021. Judge: Miss V Cox.

 

Dog CC Hume's Danchester's Vote Me To Win
Reserve Dog CC France's Int Ch. Back To My Roots at Luna Caprese with Torbrae
Bitch CC & BOB Sleight's Danchester's Can You Hear Me Roar for Bonnybeck
Reserve Bitch CC Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont
Best Puppy Allenby's Diddimont Luna Wuffgood
Best Veteran Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith

Puppy Dog 1st: Davies's Dandie Dream Call Me Winner
Headed a good class of promising babies. Smart mustard boy has a lovely masculine head with large skull and dark expressive eyes. Good forehand with well let down chest, good ribbing and well developed hindquarters. He has a shapely outline and his well-presented coat is developing nicely. A positive easy mover, just a touch proud of his tail on the move.
2nd: Butcher's Mishahda Mischief Managed
Another lovely mustard with a pleasing long shapely body with gentle curves. Not quite as developed in the head as winner as yet, but all in proportion with his body. Good forehand with strong bone and well slung chest. Good outline with slight arch over the loins and he kept this outline both standing and moving. Confident mover with good propulsion from rear.
3rd: Murphy's Ceilmear Licenced To Thrill at Ellbet

Junior Dog 1st: Fox & Cox's MyDan'd Look What I Found at Puddockswell
Mature mustard boy with a good sized skull with lovely melting expression and profuse top knot. Decent forehand with good bone, well let down chest and good ribbing. Topline has gentle curves, maybe a touch heavy in body. Nicely prepared coat. Strongly muscled hindquarters which gave him propulsion on the move whilst carrying his tail correctly.

Postgraduate Dog 1st: Cox-Purcell & Miller's Puddockswell Jelly Roll Morton
Mature mustard boy with an attractive head and expression, lovely eyes, all topped off with a profuse top knot. Good forehand with well let down chest, strong bone, could perhaps carry a little less body condition. Good strong rear and good angles both ends enabling him to move out well. Shown in a good jacket.
2nd: Campbell Black's Puddockswell Buster Brown
Chunky mustard boy who is heavier all through than the winner. Good sized head, lovely eyes give a soft expression. He is carrying far too much weight so looked rather stuffy in the neck, good spring of ribs and well-muscled quarters. His coat needs a tidy up to give a better outline. Moved out well enough though with good drive from behind.

Limit Dog 1st: Webber's Lilyphanie Great Showman
This mustard appealed for his size and shapely outline. Strong masculine head with broad skull, strong muzzle of correct proportions and large expressive eyes. Pleasing forehand with good bone, well slung chest and good rib with slight arched loin. Good strong rear and good angles both ends. Shown in good jacket. An active and confident mover with good propulsion from behind.
2nd: Poole's Hawkesmill Merlon
I liked the good sized skull on this mustard with lovely melting expression, just needs more furnishings, especially topknot, to finish the picture. Good neck and shoulder, pleasing length of body, not quite as shapely in outline as winner. Strongly made hindquarters and good tail set on. A good moving boy who was shown and presented well.

Open Dog 1st: Hume's Danchester's Vote Me To Win
Headed a good class, this stylish mustard boy caught my eye as he entered the ring for his long shapely body with slight arch over the loins and he kept this outline at all times both standing and moving. Very appealing masculine head and melting expression topped off with a good topknot. Decent forehand with good bone, well-muscled hindquarters. Coat presented to enhance his shape and shown in fit hard condition. Moved out with a free and easy action with drive from behind and this coupled with his showmanship gave him the edge in the dog challenge. DCC.
2nd: France's Int Ch. Back To My Roots at Luna Caprese with Torbrae
Quality pepper boy, who appealed for his balanced long shapely body, good ribs with a slightly arched loin all giving a typical topline. Masculine with large skull and dark, expressive eyes and good topknot. Good front assembly, with good bone. Strongly muscled, well angulated hindquarters which gave him propulsion on the move. Shown in beautiful coat and condition. RDCC.
3rd: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies River Mersey at Lenacourt
Res: Fox's Puddockswell Hoodwink
VHC: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry

Veteran Dog 1st: Youngs's Inzievar The Goldsmith
Best veteran. 7 ½ year quality mustard dog looking really well for his age. Liked his typical outline with slight arch over the loins and he kept this outline at all times both standing and moving. Very appealing head and melting expression. Good forehand with well let down chest, well developed forequarters and good spring of rib. Well-muscled hindquarters and shown in lovely coat. Moved soundly, just felt he needed a bit more oomph.

Special Beginners Dog 1st: Butcher's Mishahda Mischief Managed

Puppy Bitch 1st: Allenby's Diddimont Luna Wuffgood
Headed a good class of promising youngsters. A stunning mustard girl with everything to ask for, I was very tempted to ask if I could take her home with me! Very appealing head and melting expression with profuse silky top knot. Well slung chest and good rib with typical topline. She presented a very good overall picture with her shapely body, lovely temperament and positive, fluid driving action. Her coat was presented to best advantage. I think she should have a bright future. BPIB.
2nd: Bell's Reidswire Lady Gaye
A lovely Pepper girl with a good sized head and lovely expressive eyes giving a soft expression. Good forehand with a strong neck, well let down chest, good ribbing and well developed hindquarters, just not quite the topline of winner at the moment. A really good moving girl who was shown in good coat with furnishings developing, and presented to advantage.
3rd: Karlsen's Diddimont Ginny Wren at Karezig

Novice Bitch 1st: Allan's Cloverwood Saffron avec Clairmorin
Mature mustard with a good sized head with pleasing eye and soft expression. Good forehand with well laid shoulders and good depth of chest, quite well bodied, touch level in topline. Well laid shoulders, some tuck up and well bent stifles. Her coat could do with a little bit of tidying up to enhance her shape. Well-muscled and angulated hindquarters which gave her some propulsion on the move.

Postgraduate Bitch 1st: Youngs's Danchester's Can U Keep A Secret
Good sized head on this mustard girl with lovely eyes which give her a soft expression, head large in proportion to her body and profuse top knot. Good forehand with strong bone, well slung chest, well ribbed back and shapely topline, could be a touch longer in the back. Well angulated hindquarters which gave her some propulsion on the move. Well-presented jacket.
2nd: Cavanagh's Puddockswell My Darling Clementine cum Magellanica
Mustard girl who presented a good overall picture with her long shapely body with gentle curves. Good sized head, lovely eyes give a soft expression just needing more furnishings especially the top knot. Very good body and rib with slight arched loin. Shown in a good jacket. Moved out well with some drive from behind.
3rd: Weaving's Dentgate Silk Threads
Res: Murphy's Dryfevalley Boogie Woogie

Limit Bitch 1st: Sleight's Danchester's Can You Hear Me Roar for Bonnybeck
Caught my eye straight away, this quality mustard girl presented a lovely overall picture, well-constructed throughout and a shapely body with gentle curves. Gorgeous well balanced head, very feminine with profuse top knot and large kind eyes all giving a delightful expression which gave her the edge in the bitch challenge. Very good front assembly, strong neck which fitted nicely into well laid shoulders, well ribbed back, and strong rear end with good angles. Beautifully presented to enhance her outline. It was on the move that she came into her own, confident and fluid propulsive action holding herself well at all times. BCC & BOB.
2nd: Hume's Danchester's Could This Be Magic
Attractive pepper girl with a good sized head, lovely eyes which give a soft expression. Very good forehand, well placed shoulders which fit nicely into her well-made body which has a shapely outline with slight arched loin. Strong, well-muscled hind quarters which enabled her to move out with drive. Shown and presented to advantage.
3rd: Gregg's Dariant Quelle at Bambusa
Res: Thomas's Tymeirz Lulu Grace at Cumhath
VHC: Weaving's Dentgate Silk Threads

Open Bitch 1st: Allenby's Wilmit Mildred Potter for Diddimont
A quality mustard girl who I have judged before and previously thought highly of her. Loved her feminine head, profuse top silky knot and large kind eyes which give her a charming expression. Very good front, well angulated fore and aft with good spring of rib, long shapely body with gentle curves in the right places and strongly made rear. A really good moving girl who was shown and presented to best advantage keeping her outline at all times both standing and moving. Just felt she didn’t quite have the body of the winner at the moment, but it was a close decision, I’m sure we’ll be hearing more of her. RBCC.
2nd: France's Miss Sophie di Luna Caprese at Torbrae
Quality mustard girl who has an appealing good sized head, silky top knot and lovely eyes give a soft expression. Well laid shoulders with good spring of rib, not quite the rise over loin as winner but still quite shapely outline. Holding herself well on the move, she is free moving with some propulsion from the rear. Shown in a good jacket.
3rd: Miller's Dryfevalley Caerlaverock
Res: Denham's Dentgate Mulberry Silk
VHC: Thomas's Tymeirz Lulu Grace at Cumhath

Veteran Bitch 1st: Harcourt-Morris's Dainty Dandies Royal Dutch Emma for Lenacourt
Such a lovely 7 year mustard shown in great condition. Lovely feminine head, large in proportion to body, large kind eyes giving a delightful expression. Good front, with well-developed neck fitting nicely into well laid shoulders, well ribbed back, maybe could do with a touch more length of body. Well-presented jacket. Moved out with a free and easy stride.