NOELAC Open Show. Saturday 22nd April 2007 Judge:  Mrs M Shand-Clarke (Shanclar)

 " I would firstly like to thank the North of England Club for their hospitality and for the opportunity to judge at this show. I had a lovely day and very much appreciated the quality of entries received.

Class 1; Minor Puppy Dog - 6 (2 Abs)

  1. Ogden's "Absosengkye Donny" - I loved the overall balance of this little man, just lacked in a little confidence but I'm sure he will do very well. One which I will keep a keen interest in. Excellent expression with good eye, super length of neck into good lay of shoulder for his age. Good front and turn of stifle and moved well on the move with level top line. Good textured coat and well presented.
  2. Scholes' "Rossgilde Kandidate" - Nice head and expression just preferred the overall balance of I at this stage. I think this young man will come into his own in about 6 months but lovely to go over very sound with good length of neck and rib with good angulation, moved well making use of the ring.
  3.  Lawson's "Rishlyn Casanova"

Class 2; Puppy Dog - 4 (1 Abs)

  1. Skerm's "Chethang Lisandro" - I loved this young mans overall balance and brashness. Beautiful deep gold with excellent expression. Nice front and lay of shoulder with good angulation with fluid movement and kept his shape. Good textured coat and well presented.
  2. Hamilton's "Gilderdale G'Day" - Nice looking chap with good head and expression. Very sound with good front assembly and level top line. Good turn of stifle who again moved well on the move. Good textured coat in good condition.
  3. Bacon's "Arrayshia Brave Knave at Leontyne"

Class 3; Junior Dog - 10 (3 Abs)

  1. Reynold's "Lisimo Now I'm Here" - And he certainly is!! Lovely young man who caught my eye on entering the ring, lovely head and eye with a very pleasing expression. Good crest into a good lay of shoulder and top line with an angulation that didn't disappoint. Moved fluidly with balance, lovely coat in excellent condition. Yet another person I will be watching with interest as I think he should do well.
  2. Paradise's "Shardlow Pilot of the Future" - Nice head and expression with good lay of shoulder and front assembly, good angulated quarters who moved well with ease. Again good textured coat and in good condition. Just preferred shorter coupling of 1 today.
  3. Povey's "Perjena Ice and Fire"

Class 4; Yearling Dog - 5 (2 Abs)

  1.  Povey's "Perjena lee and Fire" - Lovely gold man full of expression with a lovely balance. Nice crest leading into a good lay of shoulder with good rib coverage and angulated quarters. Moved well in good condition.
  2. Rout's "Simuje Nartika ShCM" - Nice head with good overall balance. Good front assembly and lay of shoulder, good length of rib with well angled quarters. Moved well with a good textured coat and presented well.
  3. Clifford's "Rossgilde To Spin a Secret at Woonona"

Class 5; Maiden Dog - 2

  1. Scholes' "Rossgilde Just a Dream" - Lovely cheeky little chap with good head and expression. Nice overall balance with good front and length of rib. Good level top line and angled hindquarters. Moved particularly well making good use of the space.
  2.  Bacon's "Arrayshia Brave Knave at Leontyne" - Nice head with good front assembly. Level top line with good length of rib. Good rear angulation, who moved well, with a good textured coat.

Class 6; Novice Dog - 2

  1. Gowlett's "Yorclif Viking Spirit at Bentina" - Lovely man with nice head and expression, good front with lay of shoulder, good length of rib with rear angulation. Moved well.
  2. Bacon's "Arrayshia Brave Knave at Leontyne" - As previous placing.

Class 7; Special Beginners Dog - 8 (4 Abs)

  1. Harrison's "Brendellas Old Spice JW ShCM" - Nice head and expression with good eye, well placed front and shoulder placement with good length of rib. Good hind angulation, who moved well with a good textured coat.
  2. Paradise's "Shardlow Pilot of the Future" - As placing in Junior Dog
  3. Povey's "Perjena Ice and Fire"

Class 8; Post Grad Dog - 10 (2 Abs)

  1. Hemsley's "Hazgaye Interceptor" - Lovely head and expression with nice dark eye, good crest leading into good lay of shoulder. Nice ITont assembly and length of rib. In good coat with nice texture. Nice fluid movement and well presented.
  2. Hamilton's "Gilderdale Rumour Has It" - Nice young man with lots to like, good head and expression nice crest leading into good shoulder placement. Good ITont assembly and length of rib, moved fluidly and made good use of the ring. Just preferred expression of one
  3. McNally's "Ballito's Ambrose with Angadema"

Class 9; Limit Dog - 6 (3 Abs)

  1. Sumner's "Truern Match Point" - I very much liked this man he had a lovely head and expression with good eye. Nice crest leading into good lay of shoulder and ITont assembly, with good depth of chest. Good length of rib and rear angulation. In good coat with nice texture beautifully turned out.
  2.  Bromley's "Cossy's Jammie Dodger at Jardene JW" - Another very sound man with a nice head and expression with good eye. Good length of crest and lay of shoulder with nice ITont assembly and rib coverage. Good angulated quarters who moved well keeping a good shape. Nicely turned out. I just preferred the overall balance of I today.
  3.  Harrison's "Bryzobren Belisario"

Class 10; Open Dog - 6 (1 Abs)

  1. Scarll's "Timazinti Motoro JW" - I loved this man at Crofts and he certainly didn't disappoint. He owned the ring as soon as he entered with a super balance and outline. Excellent head and expression with melting eyes. Lovely crest leading down into a good lay. It of shoulder with good depth of sternum. Level top line with good spring and length of rib, well defined rear angulation with lovely textured coat. He has a lovely fluid movement and I was very pleased to award Best in Show.
  2. Pointon's "Ch/Aus Ch Amesen Come Fly with me to Ballito (imp)" - Again another lovely quality man with lovely head and expression, with good crest leading down into good lay of shoulder and depth of chest. Good top line with good spring and length of rib with good rear angled quarters. Super mover who makes good use of the ring, good textured coat and in excellent condition. Just liked the overall balance of I today.
  3. Watts' "Am Ch Hylan Shotru Brandy Alexander for Kenida (imp)

Class 11; Veteran Dog or Bitch - 5 (1 Abs)

  1. Sumner's "Ch Truern Pole Position" - This dog still has a lovely balanced outline with lovely head and expression a real man. Lovely crest leading down into good lay of shoulder, good front assembly with good depth of chest with nice rear angulation. Moved fluidly who kept a good shape making use of the space. Well presented with good textured coat.
  2. Waterhouse's "Ch/Am Ch Chtaura Dream Machine" - Lovely head and expression with this man with nice crest leading into good lay of shoulder, good front and rear angulation. Moved well with good textured coat and presentation.
  3.  Bromley's "Ch Jardene Dazzle me Do"

Best Dog & Best in Show - Scarll's Timazinti Motoro JW

Reserve Best Dog - Pointon's Ch/Aus Ch Amesen Come Fly with me to Ballito

Best Puppy Dog & Reserve Best Puppy in Show - Skerm's Chethang Lisandro

 

Class 12; Minor Puppy Bitch - 8 (3 Abs)

  1.  Lawson's "Rishlyn Premonition" - Lovely young lady I liked her shape and balance. Good head and expression with good lay of shoulder and front assembly. Good top line and rear angulation with nice textured coat, well presented. She moved well making good us of space.
  2.  Hazelhurst's "Corrolls Passionate Affair" - Another very sound young lady, nice expression with good crest leading into good lay of shoulder. Good top line and rear angled quarters with nice textured coat. Good fluid movement.
  3. Scarll's "Timazinti Daniella"

 Class 13; Puppy Bitch - 7 (3 Abs)

  1. Waterhouse's "Chtaura Wishin an Hoppin" - What a lovely sweet little girl, I loved her balance. Lovely head and expression, with good lay of shoulder and front assembly. Good rib coverage and rear angulation. Moved very well keeping a nice shape on the move.
  2. Hamilton's "Gilderdale Waltzin Matilda" - Another very nice young lady well balanced with good shape. Nice head and expression with good crest leading into good lay of shoulder. Nice front assembly with good length of rib. Well angled quarters who moved well making good use of the ring.
  3. Phillips' "Arrayshia Knock Knock who's at Dimara"

Class 14; Junior Bitch - 10 (3 Abs)

  1.  Wiehe's "Lisimo April Love" - I loved the balance and shape of this lovely girl beautiful expression with a good eye. Good length of neck leading into nice lay of shoulder with well placed front assembly. Good length of rib and rear angulation. Good coat with lovely textured, moved very well today I will keep a very keen eye on this girl's progress, as I very much liked her.
  2.  Watts' "Timazinti Spirit of Life for Kenida" - Again another very nice young lady with lots to like, not much in this placing and had a lot of 1 's attributes. Nice head and expression with good eye. Good crest leading into good lay of shoulder, nice front assembly and length of rib. Well angulated quarters good well once she had settle down.
  3. Gardner's "Jejuna Octavia"

Class 15; Yearling Bitch - 2

  1. Waterhouse's "Chtaura Sealed With a Kiss" - Another very nice young lady with pleasing shape and balanced. Good head and expression with good crest and shoulder placement. Good front assembly and length of rib. Well angled quarters, moved well making good use of the ring.
  2. Gay's "Hazgaye La Costadais JW" - Liked this little lady too, nice shape and balance with lovely expression and eye. Good crest and lay of should with nice front assembly. Good rib coverage and hindquarters, in very good coat with nice texture. Unfortunately her movement was a little laboured today otherwise another close placing.

 Class 16; Maiden Bitch - 3 (1 Abs)

  1. Rhodes' "Arrayshia Feelin Groovy" - Nice sort with good head and pleasing eye. Good shoulder placement and front assembly with good length of rib. Well angled hindquarters, she moved well today making good use of the ring.
  2. Deuchar-Fawcett's "Larool Babycham with Saranbeck" - Nice head with good overall balance. Good front assembly and lay of shoulder, good length of rib with well angled quarters. Moved well with a good textured coat

Class 17; Novice Bitch - 3 (1 Abs)

  1.  Rhodes' "Arrayshia Feelin Groovy"
  2. Deuchar-Fawcett's "Larool Babycham with Saranbeck"

 Class 18; Special Beginners Bitch - 2 (1 Abs)

  1. Rhodes' "Arrayshia Feelin Groovy" Class

Post Graduate Bitch -7 (1 Abs)

  1.  McNally's "Angadema Ask for Me" - Eye catching lady, lovely head and expression with super outline and balance. Good crest leading into nice shoulder placement. Good spring and length of rib with well angled hindquarters. Moved fluidly keeping a nice shape. Good textured coat and in good condition. Nicely presented.
  2. Sumner's "Truern Sister Act" - Lovely shape and outline with pleasing head and expression. Good crest and lay of shoulder with good front assembly. Good length of rib and angled hindquarters. In good coat with lovely texture, moved well using the ring well.
  3. Waterhouse's "Chtaura She Will be Loved"

Class 20; Limit Bitch - 6 (3 Abs)

  1. Scarll' s "Timazinti Mantilla" - Another quality dog from this kennel, lovely head and expression with nice eye. Good crest leading into good lay of shoulder, good spring and length of rib with good rear angulation. Lovely movement keeping good shape, good textured coat very nicely presented.
  2. Davidson-Jones' "Peakajay Lady Ellawiza ShCM"
  3. Barthorpe's "Patarch to Perfection"

 Class 21; Open Bitch - 5

  1. Waterhouse's "Ch Chtaura All U Need is Love JW" - I have always loved this elegant lady, she was an absolute pleasure to go over with the deepest of expressions to melt any heart. Beautiful eye and expression with good crest leading onto good lay of shoulder. Good depth of chest and front assembly. Good top line with spring and length of rib with well-angulated quarters. Moved like a dream with excellent textured coat in lovely condition. Very well presented as usual.
  2.  Hazelhurst's "Zentarr Matilda at Corrolls" - There was little in this placing, this is a lovely elegant lady with much to like. Good front with super crest leading into good lay of shoulder with nice spring and length of rib. Good rear hind angulation who moves like a dream I just preferred the overall expression of 1 today.
  3. Scholes' "Ch Rossgilde Tamegan's Dream JW ShCM"

 

 Best Bitch & Reserve Best in Show -             Waterhouse's Ch Chtaura All U Need is Love JW

Reserve Best Bitch -                                           Haze1hurst's Zentarr Matilda at Corrolls

Best Puppy Bitch & Best Puppy in Show -     Waterhouse's Chtaura Wishin an Hoppin

Best Veteran in Show -                                         Sumners' Ch Truern Pole Position