Dachshunds (Smooth Haired Judge/s:Mr J Hunt
Puppy Dog Entry 3 Abs 1
Dog CC : McNAUGHTON'S CEDAVOCH HONOUR BOUND
Res Dog CC: ARMSTRONG'S CH LAURALEE LLOYD GEORGE
Bitch CC: ARMSTRONG'S LAURALEE PEEPING FAWN
Res Bitch CC: WILLIAMS' RIJOBEAU INNET TU WINNIT BY CWMDARHIAN
Best Puppy: WILLIAMS' RIJOBEAU INNET TU WINNIT BY CWMDARHIAN
BEST OF BREED: ARMSTRONG'S LAURALEE PEEPING FAWN
It is always a pleasure to judge your own breed now we are not a numerically strong breed, but we certainly make up for it in quality.
PD(2) Interesting class with lots to like about both exhibits. It was splitting hairs between first and second. 1 Higgins’ Leveliss This Charming Man. Immature black and tan dog, lovely to go over, masculine head, well arched neck, level topline that he keeps at all times, covers the ground well. Best PD. 2 Tite’s Rijobeau Caught Red Handed. Red of larger type, pleasing to go over, correct head, neck and front, well muscled hindquarters, moved out well today. I preferred the front movement of winner but I am sure they will change places another day.
JD (1) 1 Locick-Gibbs’ Tealby Pride N Prejudice Now Roleta. Black and tan of taller type, excellent prosternum, moved ok, but for me I would like a darker eye to finish the picture.
PGD(1) 1 Furber’s Gameron Smart Choice To Dorysa. Black and tan that has improved with age, pleasing head, neck and front, moved ok.
LD (2) 1 Chambers’ Rijobeau I Swear Ya Honour At Viewmoor. Smart red who has come on in leaps and bounds, but today was giving the handler a hard time, masculine head with correct almond eye, well constructed front, moved out with style and purpose, pressed hard for the RCC. 2 Ellis’ Tealby Another Rumour In Red. Red of heavier type to winner, needs to carry less weight which would make him less heavy in the front and the shoulders, well sprung rib, moved ok, but I preferred outline of first on the move.
OD (3) 1 McNaughton’s Cedavoch Honour Bound. Black and tan of smaller type, pleasing head, well arched neck, well placed shoulders, excellent spring of rib, keeps a good outline on the move, well angulated hindquarters, moved with style and purpose, pleased to award him the CC. His third, congratulations. 2 Armstrong’s Ch Lauralee Lloyd George. Old favourite of mine, so much has been written about him, a true stallion, moved and showed well, sympathetically handled to get the best out of him. RCC. 3 Dalgety’s Thundergay Archduke.
PB (2) 1 Higgins’ Leveliss What She Said. Litter sister to the puppy dog winner. Lovely to go over, nice head, neck and front, moves out well, keeping a classic outline at all times, but needs time to settle to finish the picture. 2 Furber’s Roleta Constant Reminder To Dorysa. Very immature baby who needs time to settle, different type to the winner, preferred the front assembly of first, moved out ok but when she is relaxed you will be able to see the best in her.
JB(1) 1 Williams’ Rijobeau Innet Tu Winnit By Cwmdarhian. Smart red who is maturing nicely, pleasing head and expression, well filled front, correct shoulder, excellent topline, well angulated hindquarters, moved out well covering the ground with ease, pleased to award her the RCC and BP, shows a promising future.
PGB(3) 1 Dalgety’s Thundergay My Fair Lady. Smart black and tan carrying far too much weight, correct head, well arched neck, well placed shoulders, well angulated hindquarters, moved out well. 2 Elis’ Tealby Tittle Tattle. Black and tan of longer type than first, scores well in all departments, keeps a nice outline at all times, moved out well.
LB(2) 1 Dalgety’s Thundergay Magdalena. Heavy set black and tan, nice head, well arched neck, moved out well keeping a good outline, needs to loose some weight to finish the picture. 2 McNaughton’s Cedavoch Altariel. Different type to winner, has a lot of nice attributes with a lovely outgoing temperament but I preferred the front construction of the winner.
OB (3) A class with 3 gleaming reds, all of different types which I am sure will change place another day. 1 Armstrong’s Lauralee Peeping Fawn. This is the third time I have judged this young lady and she never disappoints you on handling her. Gorgeous head and expression, well arched neck, correct well filled front, well placed shoulders, excellent spring of rib, well angulated hindquarters that give thrust on the move, moves with verve and style, keeping a classic outline at all times, she could not be denied the CC, her third and BOB. Congratulations, looked a picture in the Group. 2 McNaughton’s Cedavoch I Love To Boogie. Red, different type to winner, pleasing head, well filled front, correct shoulders, moved out wel, would like to see her carrying a little less weight, but her underline spoilt the final picture. 3 Locick-Gibbs’ Roleta Keepin Up Appirances.