National Terrier critique

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER

Special beginners dog or bitch

1st CAMPEN Mrs M Romainville Rock’N Rolla at Coedrhosyn – Good mover with a very good head and expression and a well balanced dog, showed well.

Minor puppy dog

576 HARLEY Mr D & Mrs V Abberann Running Down A Dream – Nice pup moved with confidence, well balanced throughout and well presented.

 Puppy Dog

576 HARLEY Mr D & Mrs V Abberann Running Down A Dream

Junior dog

589 WHITE Mrs A Abberann Cosmic Cowboy – Very nice young dog, good coat which was well presented. Nice head and expression. Moved well front and back.

Post Graduate dog

587 SAMUEL Mrs L Jeonty Yippe Kiaye – nice coat and was well presented. Good texture. Nice type of dog good width to head but needs to settle down.

Open Dog

1st: 590 WHITE Mrs A Multi Ch Abberann Conan An Ch’07 ANCH08 CJW07 CW07 – For me this dog is the breed standard and in the form of his life at 12 year old. Perfectly balanced dog with a great head and expression. Superb temperament and so well presented. And moves and shows like a dream. CC and Best of Breed.

2nd: 567 ALSTEAD Dr J Ch Golden Spurs – Really good type and moved true front and back and is a great showman also. Good coat which is very well presented. Reserve CC.

3rd: 573 HANNINGTON Miss A Boudivella Oscar

Minor Puppy Bitch

1st: 570 FORBES Mrs K Jeonty Dreams A Dream With Karensbrae – Good breed type, moves very well for a youngster. Showed well. Balanced throughout.
2nd: 579 MARTEL Miss C Jeonty Letty Be Magic – Not as showy as 1. Moved well front and back. Nice head with good width and well handled.

Puppy bitch

1st: 579 MARTEL Miss C Jeonty Letty Be Magic – Not as showy as 1. Moved well front and back. Nice head with good width and well handled.

2nd: 593 WITHERS Mrs P J Pajantick Hot Totty – Good coat texture well presented. Good width of head but just didn’t make the best of herself. Would look a lot better if she put more into her showing.

Junior bitch

1st: 569 CAMPEN Mrs M Romainville Rock’N Rolla at Coedrhosyn  – Nice type of bitch. Very good head and expression. Moved well both ways, good cost well presented.
2nd: 582 ROGERS Mrs C J Jeonty Jyn A New Hope – good head, well balanced. Moved well a nice type.

Post Graduate Bitch

1st: 572 GEORGE, Mrs K A & SULLIVAN Miss N C Romainville Maggie May – Good quality jacket, well presented. Nice head with good expression. Very well presented and moves well both ways.

2nd: 574 HANNINGTON Miss A Boudivella Tegan – Through this class away. Nice type, moves well. Unfortunately didn’t put all into her showing.

Limit bitch

1st: 568 ALSTEAD Dr J Sigrid Helga At Pantcottage – Lovely type. Showed very well and moved well both ways, balanced throughout with good presentation. Reserve CC
2nd: 585 SAGE Mr J A & Mrs J Jeonty Lola May At Wickholm – Different type to 1. Very good coat which was well presented, handled and shown well. Good mover.
3rd: 583 ROGERS Mrs C J Jeonty Minnie Meme

Open Bitch
1st: 591 WHITE Mrs A Ir Ch Dutch Daultons Midnight Sky Of Galore – Real breed type, great coat presented to perfection. Good width of head and nice expression. Moves well both ways. In great muscle tone. CC which made her a champion.

2nd: 592 WHITE Mrs A Ir Ch Abberann Reach For The Stars Ryanne – Similar type to 1. Very well presented. Moved well both ways. Well handled.
3rd: 580 QUARRIE Mr D A & Mrs J Rhumsaamist Glen Maye At Quaywest

P Martin (Judge)

National Terrier critique

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIERS

Post Graduate Dog (2)

1. Samuel, Jeonty Yippe Kaiye, good head, eye and expression, strong jaw, good forequarters, nicely made body of good length, correct topline and good tail set, moved well.

2. Smith, Romainville Bilbo Baggins, a larger cast strong masculine dog, good head and eye, strong quarters fore and aft, well set tail, moved well.

Limit Dog (3)

1. Alstead, Golden Spurs, good outline and overall balance, good masculine head, with good ears, strong jaw, muscular neck, well placed shoulder, good forequarters, well sprung ribs, well-made body, strong loin, muscular hindquarters, well set tail. Moved with drive and showed well C.C. and Best of Breed.

2. Rogers Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty, masculine, good type, head, eye and ears, nice forequarters, nicely made body, good hindquarters, moved well. Pleasing in outline and overall balance.

3. Hannington, Boudivella Oscar.

Open Dog (3-2a)

1. Sage, Romainville Fast N’ Furious At Wickholm, a nicely made dog, well balanced with good outline. Good head, strong jaw, good eye and expression, good front and forequarters, well-made body, good coat, nice hindquarters. Moved well. Res.C.C.

Minor Puppy Bitch (1)

1. Hannington, Boudivella Tegan, a typey well balanced pup, feminine head, dark eye, nice neck and forequarters, nicely made body, good angulated hindquarters, moved well.

Puppy Bitch (2)

1. Alstead, Sigrid Helga At Pantcottage, good head and eye, neat ears, nice neck, good shoulders, good body and length, good quarters fore and aft, moved very well. Best Puppy

2. George & Sullivan, Romainville Izzy Wizzy, pleasing in outline and overall balance, finer in head at present, nice bone and substance, good hindquarters,

Junior Bitch (1)

1. Sage, Wickholm Breaking Dawn, a soundly made bitch, with good outline and overall balance. Good type, head and eye full of expression, muscular neck, good shoulders and forequarters, good feet, good ribs and well-made body, strong loin, muscular, good hindquarters, moved with drive and showed well C.C.

Post Graduate Bitch (3)

1. Rogers, Jeonty Minnie Meme, nice head and eye, good front and forequarters, nice ribs and body, good feet, good outline. Res. C.C.

2. George & Sullivan, very typical, good expression, nice neck and forequarters, deep chest well bodied, muscular hindquarters.

3. Janes & O’Brien, Amhard Jessie Jay.

Limit Bitch (1)

1. Hannington, Romainville Uptown Girl, a nice balanced bitch of good type, feminine head, good bone and substance, well placed shoulder, good ribs and body, good hindquarters.

Open Bitch (5-2a)

1. Quarrie, Rhumsaamist Glen Maye At Quaywest, Very typical, nice head balanced with strong jaw, nice neck and forequarters, nice ribs, well bodied, strong hindquarters,

2. Sage, Jeonty Lola May At Wickholm, 8 year old in good condition, nice outline and overall balance, good front and forequarters, well-made body, correct topline, nice hindquarters, moved and showed well.

3. George & Graham, Romainville Fade to Grey.

Judge: Peter E. Bakewell

 

 

 

National Terrier critique

Glen Of Imaal Terriers

Thank you to National Terrier for the invitation to judge these breeds, it was a well run show with good quality in the breeds I judged. Thanks to the exhibitors for the entries & the sporting atmosphere at ringside, I enjoyed the day among the dogs & their supporters

MPD (2,1a)

1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Becks Blue, good development so far on this impressive youngster, he has the skull to muzzle ratios, neck, body & chest coming through, he’s good at the rear with the muscle & true action front to develop, but goes well in side action.

JD (2)

1 Hannington’s Boudivella Oscar, interesting class with the first stronger & more substance at this stage, he’s longer, but has the power in head & skull, strong jaw & better front with a good chest & strong rear, moved to win;

2 Rogers’ Kingcottage Boogie On Basil, slightly smaller at present but of good type, head balanced to length, good topline & tailset, he moved well on side & rear action & carries a good coat, more to come as he develops.

PGD (1)

1 Alstead’s Golden Spurs, smart boy with the shape & balance, he has the head width developing, has the chest & body, though a little longer in loin, strong quarters & coat colour, he moves well on side & rear action, front to improve.

LD (4)

1 Withers’ Pajantick Star Trooper, impressive, strong, substantial wheaten boy with the typical head, skull, jaw & neck, he has a good front topline & shape with the tail & overall size, he’s well built through chest & loin with strongly muscled rearquarters, good on the move, he took it all before him today, great condition for CC & BOB;

2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Jazz Man, liked this lad with the classic head, ear & eye, good neck, holds himself well in balance, would prefer a slightly better shoulder set, but he has the topline & rearend, just more to come in body & muscletone to challenge 1 in this excellent class;

3 Davis’ Donvaleset Rafferty at Viahninns.

OD (2)

1 Ashcroft’s Ch Romainville Typhoon, quality boy with the strength in head, skull & muzzle, he has the bone, body & substance, nice quarters & muscled rearend, not quite the topline today from withers, but he’s good on the move pushing all the way in the challenge taking the RCC today;

2 Sage’s Romainville Fast N’Furious at Wickholm, another lovely dog from this kennel with a classic shape, good typical head & neck, slightly longer in back than 1 with the croup & strong rearend, he moved well at his own pace.

MPB (0).

PB (2)

1 Rogers’ Jeonty Minnie Meme, very promising & stunning puppy with the balance & overall shape, she has the attitude, is good through head & muzzle, she has the power in jaw with strong teeth, I liked the front topline & rear muscle strength, she’s good on the move from all angles & took this class & BP today;

2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Razzamatazz, loved the outline & overall type of this girl, she’s good in profile action, but not quite the front development yet of 1, she’s growing well at this stage with the chest & body to firm up, her time will come.

JB (0).

PGB (1)

1 Studd’s Wickholm Gone In Sixty Secs, smart girl with good proportions in head & body, she has the front & rise in topline to the tailset, a strongly muscled rearend & she’s good on the move with an easy action, accurate & true.

LB (2)

1 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl, good type on this strong girl, she has the balance but a little longer in loin, she’s well filled in body with good proportions in head & muzzle, she carries the coat of harsh texture & won this class with the better movement today;

2 Ashcroft’s Romainville Moira, lovely wheaten girl of a better outline shape than 1, she has the power in skull & jaw, neck & tailset, carrying a little too much body weight today but OK on the move, with more to come in front action.

OB (3)

1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Rock On Ruby, three quality girls in this class, the first a big strong powerful girl with the type in head, skull & muzzle, strong jaw & teeth of good size, she has the bone, strong front, depth of chest, rib, loin & tailset, she has good propulsion on the move, covers the ground with her strong drive at the rear, won the class & the close decision for the CC;

2 Seall’s Ch Bregorrey Madam Defiance, lovely, impressive for type & balance, good overall for size & performance, attracts in head, neck, topline & body, she’s good through although with finer bone, she has a strong rear & the easy action on the move, well deserved RCC, a worthy champion;

3 Sage’s Jeonty Lola May at Wickholm.

JEFF LUSCOTT

National Terrier critique

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER

My thanks to the Committee for their warm welcome and excellent hospitality and to the exhibitors for an excellent entry of 27 dogs. I was very pleased with my main winners and thought the representative in the Group ring gave a very polished performance. However, through the entry I was a bit dismayed to find a Dandie-style head, a Skye-type head and those expressions did not look at me like a Glen and a couple of Cesky Terrier-like trimmed outlines. This is something that breeders and exhibitors need to address – a Glen should have none of these attributes! A Glen should look like a Glen of Imaal, with strength and substance, not like a mix match put down to look like something else for appearance sake. Having said that, I thoroughly enjoyed judging the breed that is a great favourite of mine.

MPD (1) 1 Hardy’s Amhard Justin Thyme. Just coming up 8 months this wheaten boy has a good body shape and outline. Promising head with good width of skull, good stop and correct shaping to the foreface. Strong front assembly for his age and a good shaped ribcage with a short loin. He has good muscling in his hindquarters and this assists his free-flowing movement. Very steady both coming and going and his overall type and ring presence won him the Best Puppy award over the bitch.

JD (1) 1 Alstead’s Golden Spurs. 16 months blue boy with an attractive bit of brindling through the coat at the moment. A shade square in outline at the moment carrying a very full harsh coat for his age. A well balanced skull and foreface with correct ears and good scissor bite. Good length of rib but just a bit flat at the moment and a good strong loin. Good muscling in the quarters allowing free flowing movement though a shade tight both ends. I will be interested to watch how this young man develops.

PGD (2, 1) 1 Sage’s Romainville Fast N’Furious At Wickholm. Stood alone in this class but stood out in the Dog Challenge for his breed type that is so correct to the standard. A cracking headpiece with powerful foreface and beautiful dentition with a correct scissor bite. Correct rose ears, well set and with that lovely Glen expression. His blue coat has such a good harsh texture and his body proportions are spot on with a great ribcage, strong loin and a correct topline both standing and on the move. He has very well muscled hindquarters and the best tail carriage on the day. He moved with such purpose and drive both coming and going and really covered the ground when viewed in profile. I was please to award this top quality Glen his first CC and BoB and I am sure his crown is not far away.

LD (4) 1 Hardy’s Amhard High Flyer. Two and a half yr old wheaten lad with a very good outline. Well balanced skull with good stop and tapering muzzle and a good scissor bite. He has a strong muscular neck that runs into a well-structured front assembly with good bone and correct feet. A nicely extended ribcage and good loin but unfortunately he had left his jacket at home. However, this is temporary and with a full coat should be able hold his own in any company. Strong quarters with good muscling and a very well set tail. A sound steady mover in profile, though just a shade tight at the back going away. Well put down and handled. 2 Welch’s Romainville Brannigan At Brockland. He too presents a good outline with his strong head, this red/wheaten has a good, harsh quality coat, dark eye and balanced muzzle. He has a good strong neck running into good set of shoulders and front with excellent bone. Just a shade flatter in rib today but has good strong loin. Not as good in turn of stifle as winner but has good muscling in his quarters. He moved steadily in profile though a tad wide in front coming towards me. 3 Withers’ Pajantick Star Trooper.

OD (3) 1 Hadley’s Donvaleset Rebus. Striking blue veteran with a good Glen outline with good harsh coat presented correctly. He has a good strong skull of the correct shape with good strength to the foreface and good dentition for his age. Excellent power in his forequarters with the correct amount of bone with well balanced body with good ribcage and short loin and correct topline especially when on the move which he did with ease and precision. The harsh textured coat covering his body was very well presented. He is well muscled still for his age and this and overall type won him this class and the Reserve CC. 2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Billy Whizz. Attractive red wheaten just coming up four years with a well balanced skull and good stop but was just a shade short of strength in the muzzle. Good ears and correct dentition heading up a well-laid front assembly with plenty of bone. Good width of chest, well-sprung ribcage and short loin that is covered with a good quality harsh jacket. His quarters are well-muscled and this helps give him the required Glen topline. Moved steadily both coming and going but was just a little too fond of his tail on the move and this spoiled the overall picture. 3 Welch’s Ch & Ir Ch Brockland Brayhead Lad. Must mention this super 11 year old blue, unfortunately had left his coat at home. Lovely breed type and can still cover the ground with relative ease.

MPB (1) 1 O’Brien & James’ Amhard Jessie Jay. Attractive wheaten puppy with a good outline if just a little square looking at the moment. She has a well balanced skull and foreface for her age with nice dark well set eyes and a lovely expression. Good neck and front assembly with good bone for her years. Good shape of rib and neat loin with a nicely muscled set of quarters. Just a baby with a lot of potential and at only 8 months she moved and showed very well.

PB (2) 1 George & Sullivan‘s Romainville Anna Belle. 11month wheaten with a well balanced skull and foreface with good scissor bite. Neat ears and well set eyes, strong neck for her age and plenty of bone in a well laid front assembly. Nicely proportioned rib to loin balance with good angulation and muscling in a very nice set of quarters. Moved steadily in profile and was well put down with a good harsh coat for her age and was well handled. 2 Hardy & Tune’s Amhard Jeez Louise. Litter sister to the winner of Minor Puppy and many of the same attributes apply. A good quality coat covered a slightly flatter in rib than the winner but she had an equally well-proportioned balanced outline. Good muscletone in a very nice set of well angulated quarters. Moved a bit erratically at times but could be sound and steady when she put her mind to it.

JB (1) 1 Studd’s Wickholm Gone In Sixty Secs. Just a month out of puppy this young wheaten lady was another who had left her coat at home. Balanced skull and foreface with a good scissor bite, though with a slightly larger, lower set ear carriage. Good neckline with a well boned set of legs below, running into a nicely sprung ribcage and a well muscled quarters for her age. Turned in a shade coming towards but moved soundly in profile and was sympathetically handled.

PGB (1) 1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Fade To Grey. Two yr old blue with a nicely balanced outline covered with an attractive, if softer textured overcoat. Good head proportions with nice toning eye and neat ears and scissor bite. Strong neck and sound forequarters with good bone and correct feet. Shade flatter in rib but with good strength through the loin. Moving soundly enough in profile but was a shade tight both coming and going. Well put down and handled.

LB (5) 1 Baldock’s Ellerton Dusky Beauty. This blue bitch who is just coming up 3 years has a very typical Glen outline with that constant reminder of the characteristics of the breed. Very good skull and foreface proportions with neat set ears and correct scissor bite. Lovely muscular neck  running into a very good lay of shoulder and excellent bone and feet. She has a nice deep well sprung ribcage and a good strong loin ensuring the topline is maintained throughout. Really covered the ground in profile and was very positive both ends coming and going. In the bitch challenge I felt that she was, on the day, just a shade better in forward reach and drive than second in Open and was delighted to award her the Reserve Bitch CC. 2 Hadley’s Donvaleset Domino. Full sister to my CC winner, this 7 year old wheaten has a very good quality coat and typical outline. A very well balanced skull and foreface with neat ears, just a shade lower set, and a lovely expression. Strong neck flows into a well-laid shoulder with good bone and neat feet. She has a good well sprung ribcage with a strong, short loin behind and well set tail. Well muscled quarters that assists that free easy movement in profile though was incline to be a shade tight going away. 3 Rogers’ Jeonty Meme Fern.

OB (6) 1 Harley’s Ch Donvaleset Brier. This attractive wheaten bitch really belies her 8 years as she commands attention and has great ring presence. Her body shape has the classical Glen outline and that look of sturdiness and substance. She has a lovely balanced skull and foreface with neat ears and a dark eye. A good set of teeth with the correct scissor bite. Her muscular neck runs into a very well-laid front assembly with excellent bone and correct feet. A beautiful ribcage with good depth and length and with her neat short loin her topline remained constant throughout. Such a sound steady mover, she covered the ground so easily in profile, one of the deciding factors in this class and was very true both coming and going. Very well handled and could not be denied the Bitch CC. 2 Baldock’s Ch Jeonty Maybee Daysee. Another wheaten lady who belies her years, one would never suspect she was only a year younger than winner. Another classy Glen outline with the look of substance without coarseness. Another beautifully balanced skull and foreface with that endearing Glen expression coming from those dark eyes. She has the best of fronts with excellent bone and correct feet setting up the well formed, correct ribcage required by the standard. A strong loin and well muscled quarters led to sound steady movement in profile but felt she did not have as much reach and drive as winner. A very nice bitch to go over and was very well handled. 3 Sage’s Jeonty Lola May At Wickholm.

Bob Cross (Judge)

National Terrier critique

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIERS

MPD (1) 1 Whitehouse & McBrine’s Knockcarrig Anamcha, pleasing puppy with lots of character, good stop & well set eye, head & body developing along correct lines, moved well with drive.

PD (1)s Romainville Jazzman, good looking brindle of good size, shape & proportions for age, head developing well, pleasing eye, good back skull, ribcage & muscletone, moved out freely with drive. All together won him BP.

JD (2) 1 White’s Abberann Phelan, this lad is still a puppy, well developed head with correct head planes, good forehand ribs & substance but not over done, would like a little more length in body, moved out strongly; 2 Hardy’s Amhard High Flyer, liked this lad’s body proportions, balanced head & nice well set eye & ears, good angles front & rear, moved well, just needs to mature.

PGD (3,1a) 1 Withers’ Pajantick Star Trooper, wheaten with good overall balance, well off for stop, good eye, strong neck, slight lift to firm loin, strong mover with drive which won him the class; 2 Squires’ Bendikes Edward Bear, brindle with correct head & eye, good ribcage, level topline, moved OK, lacked drive.

LD (1) 1 George & Sulivan’s Romainville Billy Whizz, this good looking wheaten was a puppy last time I judged him, now fulfilling his promise, pleasing head planes of correct proportions, good depth to brisket & width of chest, nicely angulated, moved efficiently showing off his attributes, pushed hard for top honours.

OD (5) Super class. 1 White’s Ir Ch Cib Ch Abberann Karl, masculine all through with plenty of substance but not over done in any way, powerful head, well set eye, strong neck & front assembly, good spring of rib, strong loin, in firm condition, well muscled rear, coat of correct texture, moved like a train, well handled. CC; 2 Rogers’ Bregorrey Wannabe Victory by Jeonty, another all male, not in his best coat today so nothing hidden, masculine, balanced head, nice expressive eye, good lay of shoulder & depth to brisket, firm loin, moved freely front, rear & side. RCC; 3 Hadley’s Donvaleset Rebus.

PB (4,1) 1 George & Sulivan’s Romainville Fade To Grey, liked her overall size & shape, good height to length ratio, feminine head, pleasing expression from well set eye, positive in movement, covered the ground with ease; 2 White’s Abberann Dervla, balanced head pattern with pleasant eye, good lay of shoulder, clean on withers, slightly shorter in body length than winner, moved OK; 3 Harvey’s Romainville Ladys First.

PGB (4,2) 1 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl, loved her balanced shape & size, feminine head, correct stop & eye set, pleasing expression, good depth & width of chest, firm loin, moved soundly all ways; 2 Ashcroft’s Romainville Moira, attractive head, good shoulders, brisket & ribcage, tidy feet, moved well.

LB (3,1) 1 George & Sulivan’s Romainville Jean Genie, another attractive pleasing bitch from this well known kennel, always shown in immaculate condition, feminine head, clean stop, dark eye, alert expression, good forequarters & rear angles, strong neck onto good shoulders, depth of chest, firm topline, just needs to settle in movement. RCC; 2 Rogers’ Jeonty Meme Fern, nice type of head with pleasing eye, good neck, forechest well ribbed up, moved OK.

OB (4,1) Good class.1 Harley’s Ch Donvaleset Brier, always liked this bitch & she did not let me down today, super type of bitch, balanced body shape, correct ratios showing strength & substance to do the work required but still feminine. Head correct proportions, well set eye & ear cartridge, enough foreface & back skull, excellent forehand, nicely laid shoulders & depth & width of chest, slight rise to firm loin, in great condition & muscle tone, moved out freely & strongly, covered the ground with ease, a pleasure to award her the CC; 2 White’s Ch/Ir Ch Abberann Ennya, slightly shorter in length than winner but still balanced, feminine head, good width, nicely laid shoulders, clean on withers with good depth to brisket, firm strong loin, moved well particular front & side; 3 Withers’ Romainville Aoife at Pajantick.

FRANCES KAYE(Judge)

National Terrier Critique

National Terrier Club  Champ. Show.                                6th. April, 2013.

Glen of Imaal Terriers.

I was looking forward to judging the Glens next year, 2014, which would have been 20 years since I first awarded Green Stars at Fermoy C.C.  in 1994. I was bought forward due to Judy Averis  being ill. She had pulled a lovely entry of 38. We wish her well & a fast recovery.                                                                                                                                                                          I enjoyed my day & looking back over the years there is now a more balanced look to the breed. Type & temperaments were first class & I was continually washed throughout the day, perhaps it’s the beard!                                                               Couple of points worth mentioning , muscle tone is important & the hard muscle I would like to feel on the loins & quarters was sadly lacking in a lot of the exhibits. Coats could be cleaner, my hands, at the end of judging, were black. It doesn’t take much to present a nice clean exhibit.

Puppy Dog.    3.                                                                                                                                                                                                      1st. George & Sullivan’s, Rogame Alfie, wheaten with nice head, correct round eye, good mouth, pleasing front & bow with well padded feet, good body for age with strong well muscled quarters, went well.                                                                   2nd. Withers, Panjantick Star Trooper, strong wheaten with good head, nice eye, good muzzle & under jaw, plenty of substance, good body & quarters, arrived late but settled well.                                                                                                                3rd. Sage’s, RomainvilleFast N’Furious at Wickholm.

Junior Dog.    2,                                                                                                                                                                                                     1st. Roger’s, Bregorrey Wannabe Victory by Jeonty, typy blue youngster with grand head & good eye, correct mouth, good in front with nice bow & feet, pleasing ribbed body of nice length & rise to loin, nice bend of stifle with strong hams, correct double coat in lovely condition, went with drive & challenged well.                                                                         2nd. Squires, Bendikes Edward Bear, good headed brindle with neat ears, nice round eye, strong muzzle, good over all length with correct top line, moved & handled well.

Post Graduate Dog.    3, 1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                              1st. George & Sullivan’s, Romainville Billy Wizz, wheaten with lovely head & expression, nice kind eye, strong muzzle,  pleasing front & bow with terrific bone, strong well ribbed body, good quarters, in excellent double coat,  well shown & presented. moved well.                                                                                                                                                                                      2nd. Brown’s, Jeonty Dinky Doughnut, smaller dog but well balanced & typy, pleasing head & expression with good stop, lovely mover going true both ways, fit dog that went well.

Limit Dog.    5, 2 ab.                                                                                                                                                                                             1st. Hadley’s, Donvaleset Rebus, good strong headed blue with well set ears, correct mouth, strong muzzle, good front & bow, pleasing body of nice over all length & rise to loin, in correct double coat, moved & handled well.                                          2nd. Penny’s, Grizzlemarsh Digby, strong dog with nice head & eye, correct mouth, lots to like about him with pleasing body & quarters, in good coat, moved & handled well.                                                                                                                                     3rd. Welch’s, Romainville Brannigan at Brockland.

Open Dog.     7, 2 ab.                                                                                                                                                                                           1st. Garner’s, Ch. Johnny Be Good at Romainville, wheaten dog of lovely type & balance, grand head with correct round eye, good mouth, correct front & bow with ample bone, nice arch of neck of correct length leading to good ribbed body  with strong quarters, good in profile with nice over all length & correct top line with rise to loins, in excellent coat & condition, well presented , moved round the ring as if he owned it, loved him to bits & pleased to award him CC & BOB.      2nd. Welch’s, Ch/Int. Ch. Brockland Brayhead Lad, well known blue of quality, of lovely type & balance, pleasing head & expression, good mouth, good front & bone with nice over all length, good body & quarters, nice in profile, good coat & condition, a credit to his owner breeder ,  went well to Res. CC.                                                                                                          3rd. Ashcroft’s, Romainville Typhoon.

Minor Puppy Bitch.    2, 1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                               Roger’s, Jeonty Meme Fern, wheaten youngster in lovely coat & condition, nice head & expression with well set ears, strong muzzle, good front & bow with ample bone & good feet & turn out, lovely body for age with nice over all length, good in profile with rise to loin & good quarters, moved & handled well to Best Puppy.

Puppy Bitch.    1.                                                                                                                                                                                                 1st. Baldock’s, Ellerton Dusky Beauty, blue bitch of nice type with pleasing head , nice round eye & correct mouth, good in body presenting  a nice profile with good over all length & rise to loin, tidy puppy with lots to like about her, went well

Junior Bitch.    2, 1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                                         1st. Cockayne’s, Bregorrey Lady Belleisle, cracking blue of lovely type, nice feminine expression,  well set kind round eye, correct mouth, pleasing front & bow with good feet & turn out at pastern, nice neck to good body, well ribbed up with correct  top line rising to well muscled loin, nice bend of stifle with strong quarters which gave her excellent drive, in the best of coats & condition, moved & handled well to bitch CC.

Post Graduate Bitch.    3, 1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                              1st. Ashcroft’s, Romainville Moira, pretty wheaten bitch of nice type, pleasing head with good eye & correct mouth, nice over all balance with good body, ample bone & well padded feet, nice rise to loin, went well.                                                             2nd. Squires, Young May Moon, blue brindle with strong head, nice round eye, strong muzzle, good well ribbed body with good set on, moved & handled well.

Limit Bitch.    4, 1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                                            1st. Baldock’s, Jeonty Maybee Daysee, typy wheaten bitch with lovely head & expression, best of ears, nice round eye, correct  bite, good front & bow, well bodied up with strong quarters, nice over all length with rise to loins, moved & handled well to Res. CC.                                                                                                                                                                                     2ND. George & Sullivan’s, Romainville Lily, wheaten bitch of similar attributes, pleasing  head & expression with well set round eye, good mouth & muzzle, nice neck to well ribbed body, strong quarters, moved & handled well.                                  3rd. Penny’s, Panjantick Rosin.

Open Bitch.    5,  1 ab.                                                                                                                                                                                          1st. Sage’s, Jeonty Lola May at Wickholm, nice headed wheaten bitch in good double coat & condition, pleasing expression with good eye & correct mouth, strong bodied bitch with good bone, went with drive from strong quarters.            2nd. Withers, Romainville Aofe at Pajantick, smaller type in good double coat, pleasing out line with rise to loin, feminine expression with nice round eye & good ears, moved & handled well.                                                                                                       3rd. Whitehouse’s, Romailville Tigau.

Alan Small (Judge)