The Ladies Kennel Association 2018
Judge: Mr Phillip Freer (Switherland)
MPD (4) 1 Binks' Tannahill Oslo. Just 6 months old, a little raw but very pleasing to go over with everything in the right place. Harsh jacket. Very free moving on the go around showing balance and good outline. Sound out and back. 2 Adams' Tecklegarth Gatling. Masculine dog, more mature than my winner. Has a good outline, harsh jacket, level back. Pushed hard for top spot but just preferred the free movement of my winner. 3 Christie's Tannahill Bergen.
PD (6, 1) 1 McPherson & Paterson's Brumberhill Mr Wilks. This boy is very well balanced and has good outline. Pleasing head, clean well laid shoulder and good length of upper arm. Level back, short strong loin and full rump. Very well presented harsh, dense coat. He has good ground clearance and a sound mover. Pleased to award him BP. 2 Adams' Tecklegarth Gatling. 3 Graham's Brumberhill Armstrong.
JD (3) 1 Stockdale's Derochaise Monterey At Fenwires. This dog has a very good outline and is well balanced with ground clearance. Masculine headpiece with dark almond shaped eye. Shoulders well laid back with equal length to upper arm. Level back, ribs well reaching and full volume. Well angulated hind quarters. Harsh dense jacket. Sound out and back with easy side gait. 2 Norman's Silvae Trade Name. Not the maturity of my winner. Pleasing head with dark eye. Long clean neck flowing into well placed front assembly. Prominent forechest. Level back. Not the hind angulation of first. Sound mover who appeared to be enjoying his day. 3 Brown's Romanchi Neptunium Into Tepotis.
PGD (2, 1) 1 Warren's Waggington Manhatten Of Wagsford. Correct size and nicely balanced. Masculine head but I would prefer a darker eye. Correct front assembly with shoulders well laidback and upper arm of equal length. Prominent fore chest, well ribbed. Level back and correct underline giving enough ground clearance. Moved soundly out and back and very good forward reach on the go around. I found his coat a little soft.
LD (9, 2) A really pleasing class to judge. 1 McCalmont's Silvae Trader. This boy is well balanced and produces a very good picture and outline on the stack. Masculine head with dark almond shaped eye. Very compact body, tight well padded feet. Prominent forechest with good depth of chest. Ribs well sprung and reaching well back. Well let down hindquarters. Level back and has a good underline giving enough ground clearance. Well presented harsh dense jacket. Well put together front and rear which showed with his sound movement and free easy side gait. 2 Adams' Wyldetarn Shoot From The Hip JW. Pushed my winner hard for top spot and similar attributes apply. I just preferred the headpiece of first. 3 Marston-Pollock's Cloudside Oliver.
OD (5) 1 Wharton & Pughe's Ch Derochaise Black Tarquin. This boy just had everything I was looking for, so well balanced with excellent outline and not overstated in anyway. In fact, I don't think there is anything I would change on him. Very well pieced together in front and rear construction. Masculine well balanced head. Long strong neck, clean shoulders. Enough bone, excels in topline and underline. Prominent forechest. Ribbing deep smooth, well sprung and reaching well back. Excellent harsh dense jacket. Foot perfect on the move. Pleased to award him CC and BOB. 2 Sorensen's Jethard Just Jive. Pleasing dog to go over with good front and rear. Masculine headpiece with dark eye. Good length of neck, prominent forechest and well ribbed back. Level topline on the stack with enough ground clearance underneath. Harsh dense jacket. In the class he wasn't as collected as I would have liked, but when returned for the challenge for Res. CC he pulled himself together on the move and was a different dog Res CC. 3 Vine's Derochaise Justified For Cishelvine.
GCD (1) 1 Foglia's Kentixen Abies Grandis. 4th in Open Dog. A sound moving dog with pleasing front, enough forechest and well padded tight feet. Well ribbed, level back. Well presented harsh dense jacket.
MPB (3) 1 Phillips' Clipperdown Gilded Lily. Very feminine 7 mth old, pleasing head and eye. Good front and forechest. Level back. Harsh jacket. Smart on the move, sound out and back. Just needs time, should have a promising future. 2 Clayton-Smith's Cairparavel Kiss From A Rose. More mature than first. But not the movement of my winner today. Pleasing head on good neck and clean front. Harsh jacket and well presented. 3 Clayton-Smith's Cairparavel Lilac Wine.
PB (4, 1) 1 Hastings' Bardings Bar-k Truffles. Correct size, well proportioned head. Enough forechest. Well off for bone, on the move sound out and back with easy side gait holding her topline. 2 Vine & Baxter's Cishelvine Kiss Me Quick. Not as mature as my winner, nice to go over. Feminine head on good length of neck. Level back and good ground clearance. Harsh jacket her movement was difficult to assess today she needs to settle. 3 Sanders' Knottsrose Mystique.
JB (3) 1 Carruthers' Stanegate Catherine Wheel. Young brindle bitch who has super outline and balance. Very pleasing to go over with everything in the right place. Pleasing head on long neck flowing into clean well laid shoulders. Prominent forechest, level back and good underline. Harsh dense jacket very well presented. Sound mover. There really wasn't a lot to fall out with. Should have a promising future. 2 McCalmont's Silvae Trade Secret. Another quality bitch, this girl pushed hard for the top spot. Similar attributes as my winner. Sound mover, well presented, harsh dense jacket. Another who should have a bright future. 3 Vine's Cishelvine Can't Catch Me.
PGB (5, 1) 1 Stockdale's Fenwires Limited Edition. Very pleasing bitch to go over. Balanced feminine head with dark eye. Long neck flowing into clean well laid shoulders. Well ribbed, level back and good underline. Well angulated hind quarters. Moved soundly. Well presented with harsh dense jacket. 2 Lee's Roteleitung Red Corvette At Mutzlee. Red, not as mature as first. Very pleasing to go over with nice front and rear angles. Holds a pleasing shape on the stack and is well balanced. Harsh jacket. Good topline and well ribbed back. Another sound mover. 3 Phillips' Cloudside Quintessence At Clipperdown. LB (8, 1) 1 McCalmont's Silvae Trademark. A definite type coming from this kennel. This girl has a super outline and is well balanced. Very much a showgirl. Pleasing front assembly and had the hind quarters to match. Strong prominent breast bone. Table top topline and correct underline with enough ground clearance. Harsh dense jacket that was well present. Sound mover, not a lot to fall out with. 2 Vine's Cishelvine Just An Enigma: Another super bitch that pushed hard for top spot. Pleasing head and eye, long strong neck, well laid shoulders and correct length to upper arm. Presents a clean outline on the stack and on the move. Level back. Correct ground clearance. Smooth well sprung ribbing reaching well back. Harsh jacket and very good mover. 3 Rowe's Boloria's Trick Or Treat JW.
OB (4, 1) 1 McCalmont's Ch Silvae Solo. Another super bitch from this kennel. Correct size, well balanced and excellent outline. Super sound mover out and back with easy free side gait showing good forward reach and drive from her hindquarters. Pleasing head, excellent neck and clean well laid shoulders. Prominent forechest, well ribbed, level back and correct underline with enough ground clearance. Shown in tip top condition. Well presented harsh dense jacket, pleased to award her CC. 2 Warren's Ch Wagsford Jennifer. Super sound feminine bitch that is so well constructed front and rear. Just loved her front assembly and prominent forechest. Long strong neck and clean well laid back shoulders. Correct ribbing, level back and good underline. Full broad rump. Nice out and back with easy side gait. Res CC. 3 Binks' Cishelvine Just This Once.
GCB (1) 1 Rushton's Tendrow Fancy Dancer. Stood alone, feminine well proportioned head with dark almond shaped eye. Good length to neck, well placed shoulders and prominent forechest. Well ribbed back, level topline. Harsh dense jacket. On the move, sound out and back. On the go around I felt she could use her hind quarters to better advantage.