Glen Of Imaal Terriers-National Terrier 2012
PD (1)1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Billy Wizz, very promising wheaten, loved his head & eye, strong muzzle, good bite, well placed shoulders, good depth to body, correct angulation, moved with drive. Should make up. BP & RCC.
PGD (3) 1 Brown’s Jeonty Dinky Doughnut, broad skull, strong muzzle, dark eye, ample muscular neck, moved freely; 2 Horton’s Jeonty Highlander Boy, typical head. Would prefer slightly better lay of shoulder. Good depth, excellent coat & condition, moved well going; 3 O’Hanlon & Montford’s Pajantick Jimmy Mack.
LD (4) 1 Ashcroft’s Romanville Typhoon, broad skull. Would prefer slightly better rise. Correct angulation, moved true both ways; 2 Hadley’s Donvaleset Rebus, excellent type, correct rise. Lost out to 1 in movement; 3 Welch’s Romainville Brannigan at Brockland.
OD (7) 1 Welch’s Ch/Int Ch Brockland Brayhead Lad, quality blue that |I have had the pleasure of seeing before. Excellent head shape, correct bite, big teeth, loved his topline slightly rising to strong loin, excellent hindquarters, good jacket. Didn’t quite move so well in front for BOB. CC; 2 Garner’s Johnny Be Good at Romainville, wheaten, pleasing head & ears, excellent bite, correct rise, good depth, covered the ground well; 3 Hardy’s Amhard Damson Sauce.
PB (4) 1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Jean Genie, good for size blue, excellent head shape, lovely eye, promising body shape, should do very well; 2 Hardy’s Ahmard Ginger Snap, promising wheaten, loved her body shape. Just slightly preferred front feet of 1;3 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl.
PGB (2)1 Withers’ Romainville Aoife at Pajantick, top quality wheaten, good for size, gorgeous head & eye, strong muzzle, correct bite, well placed shoulders, excellent topline rising over strong loin, in excellent coat & condition, couldn’t stand wrong. Moved so well & what a showgirl. CC & BOB; 2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Inki, blue, correct forehand, very good body shape, covered the ground well. A pleasure to see her move.
LB (3) 1 Baldock’s Jeonty Maybe Daysee, typical head shape, correct front, in excellent muscletone, very god coat, moved freely; 2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Lily, pleasing head shape. Would prefer slightly better front. A little heavy. Moved with drive.
OB (5) 1 Rogers’ Ch Winnie Wanna Make Music by Jeonty, classy wheaten, excellent head shape, ample neck, correct topline, excellent hindquarters. A pleasure to see her move. RCC; 2 Harley’s Ch Donvaleset Brier, wheaten, pleasing head & eye, good depth, covered the ground well;3 Sage’s Jeonty Lola May at Wickholm.
BILL BROWNE-COLE (Judge)