Open Show April 2013 – Show Report

where to buy provigil online forum APRIL 28th 2013 – Open Show held in conjunction with WELKS Ch. Show, Malvern

buy Lyrica 50 mg Judge:  Peter Hayton (Pedrohay)

Minor Puppy Dog – 2 (1)

  1. Bartley’s YUSHAMA SHOOTING STAR

Good head and ear placement, neck line to shoulder nice curve, and along back to tail just off top, some hair reduction off back at the rear would enhance tail set and rear. General trimming to advantage would help. This dog would benefit from the minimum of hair trimming till it grows again. ,

Puppy Dog – 2 (2)

 

Junior Dog – 5 (2)

1.  Corri’s INVERGLEN LOWE “N” BEHOLD

Head shape very good, ear placement as required, bright eyed with correct muzzle and varminty expression, enhanced by very good presentation.  Neck line sweeping down and gentle curve onto shoulder to a correct length of back.  Tail set on top and of correct length. Shoulder placement extremely good.

  1. Carlin & Gillott’s LIZANDYCHRIS CHECK ME OUT

Slightly shorter in length than 1 but in good coat and all the attributes that we expect.  The deciding factor here was movement in the ring, a little extra drive and the placing could have been reversed.

  1. McLoughlin’s LEY HEY LATEST LEGEND

Yearling Dog – 1 (0)

  1. McLoughlin’s LEY HEY LATEST LEGEND

Head, eyes, teeth all acceptable, ear set a fraction low. Shoulders and back good, tail apt to go proud when on the move.

Graduate Dog – 4 (4)

 

Post Graduate Dog 4 (4)

  1. Thomson’s ASHGATE US APOLLO

Head good, muzzle correct length, with bright eyes and good ear placement. Good neck to shoulder curve and along to correct length of back to tail on top.  Shoulder placement correct.  Stifle and hock well balanced with drive on the move. Well presented.    here BD & BOS.

2,   Hughes’ BRYCHDYN DIAMOND GEEZER

Good head and ear placement with good sweeping line down neck to shoulder and across back to tail on top.  Shoulder line down leg to floor slightly forward but overall well presented. Drive at rear not as forceful as 1.

3.  West’s TOMLYNDON POWER OF LOVE.

Limit Dog – 1

  1. Corri’s INVERGLEN LORD OF THE MANOR

Good head and muzzle, eyes bright with a varminty expression.  Ear placement correct, shoulders correct giving a good straight front.  Back of correct length and tail on top.  Moved with a positive drive and was constantly visually in touch with the handler.  RBD

Open Dog – No entries.

 

Veteran Dog or Bitch – 4 (1)

  1. Gaydon’s WISTONANT ROYAL RUBY AT GILBRI

One young handler in the presence of an experienced show dog, leads to a very good presentation, congratulations to both, and the teacher.    This 8 year old Bitch is in extremely good condition, with a very harsh coat which was presented to advantage.  Head as the breed required, good front and shoulders, lovely neck to shoulder and onto a gentle sweep along to correct length of back and tail on top.  Stifle and hock free moving giving good drive on the move.

  1. Davison’s ANTONIA APPLIE PIE AT BRAXQUIN

Very close in attributes to 1, but on the day had a slight dip in back on the move that made the decision on placement that I made.

  1. McLoughlin’s  LEY HEY LIVING LEGEND

Minor Puppy Bitch – 2 (1)

  1. Hunt’s KELLETHRIGG LUCKY CHARM

Just maturing and a little timid on the day, but all the requirements of the breed are in place, coat beginning to come through.   Well presented.

Puppy Bitch – 3

  1. Gaydon’s GILBRI TOWN TEASE

This bitch was presented almost to perfection.   Size and balance, head, ears, eyes, stop, teeth all as expected.  Good sweep down neck to shoulder and onward to a correct length of back to tail on top. Shoulder placement to legs gave a really good straight front. Good powerful free movement of the rear.   BPIS

  1. Chambers’ CIRCINUS ROSIE POSEY

Small in stature but all points in place, with a good coat.  Moved with drive when encouraged to traverse the ring faster.  Well presented.

  1. Hammett’s HOLLOWVIEW PRICELESS JEWEL

Junior Bitch – 6 (1)

  1. Lewis’ BELLEVIEW DAY DREAM AT LEODHAS

This compact bitch had everything that I liked, good head, shoulders to a good front and a neck line onto shoulder and back, and tail on top.  Handler and dog as one with each other on the move.   RBB & RBIS

  1. Gaydon’s GILBRI CHRISTMAS ANGEL

Slightly larger than 1 but all the attributes of the breed. Top line not as level  and coat a little flyaway.  Not as happy on the move.  but well done.

  1. Mealing’s REFRANDIES MUIRNE

Yearling Bitch  – 2 (1)

  1. Hammett’s HOLLOWVIEW MADAME SOPHIE

Good head and ear placement and a glint in the eyes.  Muzzle slightly long but in general well proportioned.  Good neck to shoulder line and good back to tail on top.  Front placement ok but attention to front leg trim would give a more smoother straight front.  Moved well.

Graduate Bitch – 1 (1)

 

Post Graduate Bitch – 3 (1)

  1. Chambers’ CIRCINUS TWINKLE STAR

Head, eyes, muzzle, teeth all correct, ears a fraction low but not out of proportion. Neck line into shoulder and across back to tail on top.   Rear end moved with more drive when encouraged handler to move a little faster.

  1. Stock’s LINDENKA APPLE CHARLOTTE

Did not like being in the ring today.  All breed requirements are in place but better  presentation would be an asset.

 

Limit Bitch  – 4 (2)

  1. Hunt’s KELLETHRIGG SERENADE GIRL

When I went over this bitch I realised that it had all the attributes of the breed standard, and a pleasure  to see her on the move.   BB & BIS

  1. Windram’s COCHANSA DALES PRIDE

Not happy on the move, needed encouragement to walk.  Presentation review may also help.

Open Bitch – 3 (1)

1.   Lehtonen & Hotanan’s INT.SWE.FIN.EST.CH WHO’S HOT AND WHO’S COLD

Well presented in coat and moved very positively – striding out.  Good head, teeth, eyes, and ears, good sweep of neck to back and tail just on top.  Straight front  slightly forward.  Well done to both dog and handler

2.   Hughes’ BRYCHDYN REMARQUE

Slightly smaller dog than 1 and was not as free in movement as 1.

Brace

  1. Stock’s LINDENKA BAXTER / LINDENKA APPLE CHARLOTTE

On their own in this class but the pair held it together in harmony and unison, traversing tight turns and only swapping sides at the very finish.  Well done.

Special Beginners Dog or Bitch – 6 (3)

  1. Stock’s LINDENKA APPLE CHARLOTTE

Confident and was in control.

  1. Hunt’s KELLETHRIGG LUCKY CHARM

A bit jumpy today, needed to settle, time will tell.

3.   Hammet’s HOLLOWVIEW MADAME SOPHIE

Judge

Peter Hayton