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ISBC 49th Breed Championship Show 2020
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Best In Show ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Admist Kespas JW
Best In Show ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Admist Kespas JW
BV (L) ShCh Bardonhill Afternoon D`Lite At Fernstart (Subject To KC Confirmation) -BP (R) Sixoaks My Fair Lady
DCC (L) ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW -DRCC (R)Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW
BRCC (L) Ixia Rainbow Brite -BCC & RBIS(R) Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheanne
DCC (L) ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW -DRCC (R)Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW
Veteran Dog-Millcroft Chase The Moon To Shanoah
Veteran Bitch - ShCh Bardonhill Afternoon D`lite At Fernstart (Subject to KC confirmation)
BPIS & BPB Sixoaks My Fair Lady
RBPIS & BPD Forfarian Dusty Bottoms
Judges Presentation- (L) Chris Schofield Dog Judge- (R) Viv Blackshaw Bitch Judge. Presented by Chairman Mr G Stevenson (C)
Dog Judge: –Mrs C Schofield (Cwsscwn)

Bitch Judge –Mrs V Blackshaw (Lanstara)

Referee –Mr J Cuddy (Balbriggan)

BIS            -Stockton’s ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amist Kespas JW
RBIS         -Ciechonska’s Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheanne
BPIS         – Heather’s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
BVIS          -Box’s ShCh Bardonhill Afternoon D`Lite At Fernstart (ShCh Subject To KC Comfirmation)
Dog CC     -Stocktons`s Riverbrue Alchemist Amist Kespas JW
Dog RCC  – Chorley,Chorley-Newton, Flinders, And Gardner`s  Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW
Bitch CC    -Ciechonska`s Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheanne
Bitch RCC  -Bouttell & Burbridge`s Ixia Rainbow Brite
BP Dog       -Sturrock’s Forfarian Dusty Bottoms
BP Bitch     -Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
BV Dog       -Foster`s Millcroft Chase The Moon To Shanoah
BV Bitch     – Box’s ShCh Bardonhill Afternoon D`Lite At Fernstart (ShCh Subject To KC Comfirmation)

MPD (3,0a)

1 Sturrock`s Forfarian Dust Bottoms
2 Greenan & Hopewell`s Lochlorien No Offence Juleset
3 Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

PD (3, 1a)

1 Sturrock`s Forfarian Dust Bottoms
2 Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

JD (3,2a)

1 Berry’s Brinara Country Boy

YD (3,1a)

1 Crocker & Lewis`s Riverbrue Wonderwall At Hernwood
2 Brown’s Riverbrue Soldier On

MD (1,)

1 Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

ND (6,1a)

1 Fisher`s Quensha Who Knew
2 Berry’s Brinara Country Boy
3 Deighton`s Oakdene Schiehallion (imp Bel)
4 Henderson & Szwajkowski’s Redclyst Pasha
5 Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

UGD (1)

1 Webb & Danks-Kemmish`s Alolfrana Azzaro Beside Redeshka (Aw1)

GD (8,2a)

1 Crocker`s Riverbrue Morning Glory
2 Gardner`s Quensha Walk Me Home To Danwish
3 Gisby’s Suteresett Rum Tum Tugger
4 Deighton`s Oakdene Schiehallion (imp Bel)
5 Dodds`s Bardonhill Any Dream Will Do

PGD (7,1a)

1 Willis`s Gwendariff The Grand Master At Jacwillins
2 Swainston`s Glenvarna Monterey JW
3 Foster’s Goldnavarm Endurance At Shanoah
4 Lewis & Levene`s Bardonhill Ginger Nut At Valasarch
5 Holehan`s Loganrish Lets Go Crazy

MLD (6)

1 Gisby`s Suteresett King Of Hearts JW
2 Gardner`s Danwish On High JW (Ai)
3 Lorrimer`s Kerrimere Classique JW
4 Toms`s Clanrua Birch
5 Poole`s Teleri Summer Nights (Ai)

LD (5)

1 Chorley,Chorley-Newton,Flinders, & Gardner’s Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW
2 Greenan`s Anlory Aidan JW
3 Russell’s Lynwood Hocus Pocus At Settesoli JW
4 Hart’s Gwendariff In The Limelight With Gilliegrae JW Sh.cm
5 Macdonald`s Redclyst Maximus

OD (7,1a)

1 Stockton’s ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW
2 Alcorn & Ingram`s Gwendariffs Red Light Show Farnfield
3 Edwards`s Gwendariff U Can`t Miss Me Bonhomie
4 Russell’sStrathmead Huckleberry Of Settesoli
5 Toms`s Ir ShCh Toberbilly I Wish You Luck Ir J Ch Jd

VD (4,2a)

1 Foster`s Millcroft Chase The Moon To Shanoah
2 Heppell`s Deevonville Santana Sh.cm

SVD (0)

SBD (3)

1 Deighton`s Oakdene Schiehallion (imp Bel)
2 Poole’s Teleri Summer Nights (Ai)
3 Corless’ Swiftlark Invincible

MPB (6,2a)

1 Atkin`s Lochlorien Marcella
2 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
3 Henderson & Szwajkowski`s Grenada Lofty Czerwony (Taf Naf, imp Pol)
4 Hadfield`s Covarney Time After Time For Marzanne

PB (5,1a)

1 Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
2 Atkin`s Lochlorien Marcella
3 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
4 Hadfield`s Covarney Time After Time For Marzanne

JB (8,3a)

1 Box`s Fernstart Hearts Delight
2 Douthwaite & Wharfe`s Quensha Beautiful Stranger Of Gracewood
3 Pallister`s Penwyn Keeping Faith
4 Walker`s Glenvarna My Girl
5 Shepherd`s Glenvarna Cover Girl

YB (8,2a)

1 Sturrock’s Forfarian Tickles Your Fancy
2 Bouttell & Burbridge`s Ixia Snow Vixen (Taf)
3 Watts`s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence
4 Holehan`s Loganrish Taste Of Diamonds
5 Humphreys’s Riverbrue Flashbax At Henaleas

MB (9,3a)

1 Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
2 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
3 Pallister`s Penwyn Keeping Faith
4 Hadfield`s Covarney Time After Time For Marzanne
5 Walker`s Glenvarna My Girl

NB (9,3a)

1 Box`s Fernstart Hearts Delight
2 Watts`s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence
3 Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
4 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
5 Hadfield`s Covarney Time After Time For Marzanne

UGB (5,1a)

1 Heppell`s Riverbrue Be Here Now
2 Watts`s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence
3 Douthwaite & Wharfe`s Quensha Beautiful Stranger Of Gracewood
4 Jones`s Alolfrana U`r Bootiful

GB (5,1a)

1 Humphrey`s Alolfrana Miss Daisy At Henaleas JW
2 Swainston’s Glenvarna Santa Barbara
3 McDowell & Stewart`s Gwendariff Back Off Baby
4 Kourea`s Cassie Cloonmanna

PGB (12,3a)

1 Sturrock`s Forfarian Soo Lush JW
2 Bott`s Bardonhill Love Of My Life
3 Muir`s Gwendariff`s Up To Somethin
4 Holehan`s Loganrish Diamonds N Pearls
5 Kennedy-Sloane`s Twoacres Destiny

MLB (3,1a)

1 Ciechonska`s Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheannes
2 Edwards`s Gwendariff Its Numero Uno At Bonhomie JW

LB (7,2a)

1 Bouttell`s Ixia Rainbow Bright
2 Elkins`s Twoacres Promise Of Spring With Avacet
3 Naylor`s Anlory Amelia
4 Hadfield`s Covarney Avec Marzanne JW
5 Nevitt`s Aoibheannes Stay With Me

OB (4,2a)

1 Mugford`s ShCh Lynwood Abracadabra JW
2 Witheld

VB (3,1)

1 Box’s ShCh Bardonhill Afternoon D`Lite At Fernstart (ShCh Subject To KC Comfirmation)
2 Taylor`s Danaway Goody Two Shoes

SVB (0)

SBB (5,2a)

1 Corless`s Swiftlark Second Nature
2 Hadfield`s Covarney Estee Avec Marzanne JW
3 Shepherd`s Glenvarna Cover Girl

Judges Critique Dogs

I was thrilled to be asked to judge Dogs at the ISBC 49th Breed Championship show, held with The National Dog Show at Stafford Show Ground, having been involved
in the breed for some 40 plus years I consider it to be a great honour and privilege.

Thanks to the hard working Committee for your hospitality and hard work, my congratulations to your team.

I really enjoyed my judging, the depth of quality, the presentation and muscle condition was very high, well done to the exhibitors. The ring was spacious and the weather was sunny and warm – there is nothing quite like the sun on an Irish Setter’s coat !

Minor Puppy Dog (3)

1st Sturrock , Sturrock & Sturrock’s Forfarian Dusty Bottoms, 7 month old who just loves life!! What a little cracker, he has a lot of maturing to do but he has a lovely head with well set on ears of good length, beautiful almond shaped dark eye giving such a cheeky look. Excellent outline on the stack, strong quarters and the best of feet. On the move he really enjoyed himself, his footfall was accurate and his tail carriage is excellent. In the challenge for Best Puppy he was just a touch over exuberant,

2nd Greenan & Hopewell’s Lochlorien No Offence Juleset. Pleasing head with a soft expression. Clean neck leading to well laid shoulder and corresponding length of upper arm. Good length of leg and correct depth of chest. Good length and spring of ribcage. Strong hindquarters. Moved soundly.

3rd Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

Puppy Dog (2)

1st Sturrock , Sturrock & Sturrock’s Forfarian Dusty Bottoms – Repeat

2nd Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible. Honest boy who has breed type. Decent head and good eyes,. A shade long in leg and his ribs need to fill out, but all this will change as he matures. Just never really settled.

Junior Dog (3, 2ab)

1st Berry & Morris’s Brinara Country Boy presented a nicely balanced outline with slightly arched neck, Moderate sloping topline, deep brisket, well ribbed back, short well developed loin and tail of good set. Pleasing head with masculine expression, good planes, medium stop, dark eyes, and raised eyebrows. Moved out well when viewed coming and going and in profile.

Yearling Dog (3, 1ab)

1st Crocker & Lewis’s Riverbrue Wonderwall at Hernwood, Eye catching masculine head, with raised brows and chiselling, correct eye shape and colour. Lovely length to an arch, strong neck, well laid shoulder placement, sloping firm topline, and good angles front and rear, correct tail placement used at all times on the move. He moved freely round the ring, on a lengthy balanced side gait. Handled and presented beautifully.

2nd Brown’s Riverbrue Soldier On. Another who I thought quite lovely and he pushed the winner hard here. Well balanced with neck of correct length, firm topline with slight slope, deep brisket, ribbed well back, short well developed loin and tail set on high. Delightful head and expression, moderate stop, medium-sized dark oval eyes, correctly set ears. Moved well with a confident carriage.

Maiden Dog (1)

1st Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible – Repeat

Novice Dog (6)

1st Fisher’s Quensha Who New. This is a very typy boy. Pleasing head, expressive eyes and good balance of skull and muzzle. He has a well laid shoulder which gives him length of neck. Deep in rib, and well ribbed back. Wide in the second thigh with well let down hocks, On the move he is sound and has good footfall.

2nd Berry & Morris’s Brinara Country Boy – Repeat

3rd Deighton’s Oakdene Schiehallion (Imp Bel)

Undergraduate Dog (1)

1st Webb & Danks- Kemish’s Alolfrana Azzaro Beside (AW 1) Quality boy presenting such a good outline with moderately long neck, firm slightly sloping topline, first class ribbing, good depth to chest, short well developed loin and a good tail set. Most attractive head and expression. Purposeful action, holding his topline as he goes and very well handled. Quality coat and presentation

Graduate Dog (8)

1st Crocker’s Riverbrue Morning Glory . Super head with correct eye and expression, wth raised brows and plenty of chiselling. . Lovely neck length leading into good lay of shoulders, firm top line, lovely moulded croup. Well balanced throughout which gave him the drive to move effortlessly round the ring. In super coat and muscle condition.

2nd Gardner’s Quensha Walk Me Home To Danwish He also presents a well- balanced outline with slightly arched neck, deep brisket, well sprung ribs, firm loin and tail of good set. Lovely head and expression with defined stop and dark oval-shaped eyes. Moving freely with excellent carriage.

3rd Gisby’s Suteresett Rum Tug Tugger

Post Graduate Dog (7)

1st Willis’s Gwendariff The Grand Master At Jacwillins, young male who stood out in this class so much to like about him in all departments. Super head showing raised brows and chiselling. Almond shaped eye and a soft expression Well balanced, super angulations in front and back. Lovely length to neck leading into a good lay of shoulder, good depth to chest strong quarters that he used to advantage on the move showing easy free flowing movement.

2nd Swainsans’s Glenvarna Monteray JW This boy has a lovely head with plenty chiselling & dark eye, strong neck leading to correct shoulders & straight front. Good depth to chest and well ribbed. Correct hind angulation which gives him drive on the move. Well presented.

3rd Foster’s Goldnavarm Endurance At Shanoah

Mid Limit Dog (6)

1st Gisby’s Suteresett King Of Hearts JW Super boy, lovely head with soft expression from a dark eye of correct shape, lovely ear set. Arched neck flowing to good lay of shoulders, such a well- balanced boy with good angles allowing his free flowing movement round the ring.

2nd Gardner’s Danwish On High (A.I.) JW. Pleased for type and presented a good outline with correct length of neck, Deep oval ribbing, strong loin and well set tail. Masculine head and expression with correct skull and parallel planes, dark oval-shaped eyes. Moved true.
3rd Lorrimer’s Kerrimere Classique JW

Limit Dog (5)

1st Chorley- Newton, Chorley, Flinders & Gardner’s Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW He is of excellent type and presented a well-balanced outline with strong, slightly arched neck, firm backline with the requisite gentle slope, deep chest, ribbed well back, short firm loin and muscular hindquarters, tail set on well. Quality head and expression; masculine with moderate stop, parallel planes, dark oval-shaped eyes, powerful muzzle with good finish. Moved with stylish action with plenty of drive from the rear. DRCC.

2nd Greenan’s Anlory Aidan JW. Another who was good to go over but he didn’t quite have the outline of winner. Strong neck of sufficient length, firm topline with characteristic slope, deep chest, good spring of rib, firm loin and tail good for both set and carriage. Pleasing head and expression dark oval-shaped eyes and well set ears. Moved true and purposefully.

3rd Russell’s Lynwood Hocus Pocus At Settesoli JW

Open Dog (7, 2 ab)

1st Stockton’s Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW. Super masculine boy with no trace of coarseness. Lovely dark eye of correct shape, excellent chiselling and raised brows giving the most melting expression. Good length to neck showing the slight arch, leading into good lay of shoulder, excellent depth to ovel ribs short strong loin and well angled hindquarters. Correct set to tail held to perfection on the stack and on the move. This boy floated round the ring, I could watch him all day. In super condition in coat and muscle tone., DCC & BOB in full agreement with my co-judge.

2nd Alcorn & Ingram’s Gwendariffs Red Light Show Farnfield. Pleased for type and presented a good outline with correct length of neck, Deep in chest and well ribbed back. Short muscular loin and strong quarters. Pleasing head and expression with correct skull and parallel planes, dark oval-shaped eyes, and a soft expression. Moved with accurate footfall and drive.

3rd Edwards’s Gwendariff Ucan’tmissme Bonhomie

Veteran Dog (4, 2ab)

1st Foster’s Millcroft Chase The Moon To Shanoah. . This boy really appeals for type, is good to go over and presented a very good outline. Masculine headpiece, kind eye, correct planes, medium stop and strong muzzle Excellent ribbing, nice short loin and tail set on well. Well -constructed, standing nice and straight in front and firm, muscular hindquarters. Moving freely on the down and back and handled to advantage. In the Challenge for BVIS I think he just wanted to find his bed !

2nd Heppell’s Deevonville Santana Sh,Cm, Another who was good to go over but he didn’t quite have the outline of winner. Strong neck of sufficient length, strong topline with characteristic slope, deep chest, good spring of rib, firm loin and tail good for both set and carriage. Pleasing head and expression with moderate breadth to skull, correct planes, dark oval-shaped eyes, good ear set. Straight in front and moving well.

Special Vintage Dog

No Entries

Special Beginners Dog (3)

1st Deighton’s Oakdene Schiehallion (Imp Bel) This boy possesses a well- balanced

head. Good reach of neck, well laid shoulders. Correct topline and good tail set. Moved

soundly once she got in to her stride and settled.

2nd Poole’s Teleri Summer Nights (A.I.) . Masculine head with a kind eye. Nicely balanced all through. Clean outline with firm topline and well-set tail. Well-made hindquarters. Stands square all round. Moved steadily fore and aft.

3rd Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

Christine Schofield

Judges Critique Bitches

First of all a sincere thank you to the committee of the ISBC for working so hard to put this show on in such difficult times. I know all who attended appreciated the work that had gone into it.

Thank you too to the committee of The Birmingham National Show. It truly was a fantastic achievement to put the show on and support the breed clubs in the way that they did. I thought the layout, atmosphere and hospitality were superb.

The stewards who worked in the ring with me did an excellent job keeping the show running smoothly, thank you.

Most of all thank you to all exhibitors for allowing me to judge your beautiful bitches and the sporting manner in which my decisions were accepted.

The last time I judged the breed was over 3 years ago . I reported then on light round eyes and I am sad to see them still in evidence as were some heavy heads with broad skulls.

Some classes were very strong in quality though and I was spoiled for choice with beautiful girls down the line or cardless ­.

Minor Puppy ( 6: 2 ab)

  1. Atkin’s Lochlorien Marcella , 6 months old, showing great promise for the future. I loved the elegance and balance of this puppy. She has a beautiful head and expression, good reach of neck into well laid shoulders and a gently sloping topline. Well handled and steady on the move.

  2. Corless’s Swiftlark Illustrious, I see she is half sister to the winner and was close up. I preferred the head of 1 but she too has a nice head and soft expression. Good angulations front and rear. Ribs well sprung and strong hindquarters. Less settled on the move than 1 today

  3. Henderson & Szwajkowski’s Grenada Lofty Czerwony Taf Naf (Imp Pol)

Puppy (5:1)

  1. Heather & Heather’s Sixoaks My Fair Lady, Pretty head with refined skull and raised brows. Ears set on low and lying in a neat fold down her neck. Well balanced with depth of chest, correct topline sloping down to a well set on tail. Shown in good coat. Moved very well. BPB and in agreement with my co judge BPIS

  2. Atkin’s Lochlorien Marcella

  3. Corless’s Swiftlark IIlustrious

Junior (8.3)

  1. Box’s Fernstart Hearts Delight,13 mths . This bitch flows from her head down to her tail. She is well constructed with good lay back of shoulder and correct length in upper arm , well sprung ribs, strong quarters. Shown in beautiful condition with a gleaming rich flat coat. Moved well. Very promising I shall watch her progress with interest.

  2. Douthwaite and Wharfe’s Quensha Beautiful Stranger Of Gracewood, Lovely youngster maturing nicely . She hasn’t got the finish of the winner at this stage. Well balanced, good head with soft, gentle expression and good finish to her foreface. Good depth of chest, straight front, neat feet. Moved steadily.

  3. Pallister’s Penwyn Keeping Faith

Yearling (8.2)

  1. Sturrocks’s Forfarian Tickles Yer Fancy. This youngster reminds me so much of her mother at a similar age. She has a lovely head with a refined skull, raised brows and plenty of chiselling. Her ears are set on low and hang correctly in a neat fold down her neck. She flows from her occiput down to the end of her tail with no lumps and bumps. She is strong over the loin and has lovely width through her quarters . Strong driving movement carrying her tail well.

  2. Bouttell & Burbridge’s Ixia Snow Vixen, (Taf)

Another lovely bitch showing great promise for the future. Well balanced, pretty head and soft expression, good depth of brisket and spring of rib. Moved soundly

  1. Watt’s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence

Maiden (9.3)

  1. Heather & Heather Sixoaks My Fair Lady

  2. Corless’s Swiftlark Illustrious

  3. Pallister Penwyn Keeping Faith

Novice (9.3)

1 Box’s Fernstart Hearts Delight

2 Watt’s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence this youngster was 3rd in the strong Yearling class She has a lovely head as one would expect from this breeder. Refined skull, raised brows and soft gentle dark eye of correct shape. The head is nicely worked, with good finish to the muzzle. She is well balanced, with straight front and good depth of chest. Moved soundly

3.Heather & Heather Sixoaks Leading Lady

Undergraduate (5.1)

  1. Heppell’s Riverbrue Be Here Now. Lovely head with raised brows and kind expression. Good finish to foreface. Strong neck slightly arched leading into correctly sloping topline with tail set on well. She is elegant, balanced and full of quality. Shown in lovely coat and condition. She was a little unsettled today but moved soundly carrying her tail well.

  2. Watt’s Shenanagin Half A Sixpence

  3. Douthwaite and Wharfe’s Quensha Beautiful Stranger Of Gracewood

Graduate (5.1)

  1. Humphreys’s Alolfrana Miss Daisy at Henaleas. Pretty girl with refined head and soft dark eye. Well balanced. Correct moderate reach of neck and lay back of shoulders. Ribs well sprung, good depth of brisket . Strong over the loin and through hindquarters. Neat feet . Moved happily and soundly.

  2. Swainston’s Glenvarna Santa Barbara, gentle head and expression, good front with strong fore-chest, beautiful elegant neck leading into well laid shoulders. Well presented in good coat and condition. Moved well

  3. McDowell, McDowell and Stewart’s Gwendariff Back off Baby

Post Graduate (12.3)

This was a lovely class. I was splitting hairs

  1. Sturrocks’s Forfarian Soo Lush. So pretty, elegant and balanced. Strong topline sloping down into a well set on tail . She has a well sprung, deep ribcage. Lovely rich coat in excellent condition. Moved with reach and enthusiasm, using her tail well to win this class.

2 Bott’s Bardonhill Love of My Life, close up to the winner. Gentle head with good finish to her muzzle. Lovely low set ears hanging neatly against her neck. Good layback of shoulder and length to upper arm. Straight front, neat feet. Strong hindquarters. Moved well

3 Muir’s Gwendariff’s Up To Somethin

Mid Limit (3.1)

1 Ciechonska’s Gwendariff’s Smart Move Back to Aoibheanne What a pretty bitch she is. I loved her. She has a well proportioned head with a refined skull, raised brows over soft gentle dark eyes. Lots of work in her head as there should be. Clean outline, well balanced, with correct reach of neck , good forehand, well ribbed with excellent depth. Stifles well bent, hock to heel short and strong. Neat feet. Moved with enthusiasm driving from the rear, carrying her lashing tail correctly . BCC, RBIS and BOS

2 Edwards’s Gwendariff Its Numero Uno at Bonhomie JW Bigger bitch than the winner. Nice head and kindly expression, low set ears. Clean top line with no lumps and bumps, tail set on well. Great depth of brisket. strong hindquarters. Shown in excellent coat and condition. Moved well.

Limit (7.2)

  1. Bouttell & Burbridge’s Ixia Rainbow Brite.(Taf )

Very elegant,well balanced bitch, full of quality. Lovely head with true Irish expression. Gently arched neck set neatly into her withers. Good angulations front and rear. Hock joints well let down. Ribs well sprung. Strong through the loin and good width in her quarters. Moved soundly showing reach and using her tail. I was delighted to award her the RBCC

  1. Elkins’s Twoacres Promise of Spring with Avacet, A lovely girl who was unlucky to meet the winner in such strong form today. Gentle well proportioned head with raised brows and chiselling. Well balanced without exaggerations. Straight front, good width across her rear. Shown in good coat and condition. Moved very well

  2. Naylor’s Anlory Amelia

Open (4.2)

  1. Mugford’s Sh Ch Lynwood Abracadabra, Beautiful girl with lovely head and expression. Good reach of neck and well laid shoulders. Well balanced. Shown in full coat and excellent condition. Moved soundly

Veteran (3.1)

1. Box’s Bardonhill Afternoon D’Lite at Fernstart. Dam of the winner of Junior and it is easy to recognise the qualities she has passed on to her. Beautiful head with raised brows and good stop. Plenty of work in foreface. Refined skull, excellent ear set. Flowing outline. Correctly balanced with good front and rear angulations and well developed second thigh. Lush coat well presented . Not as collected on the move today as the top winners but I was delighted to award her BVB and BVIS in agreement with my co- judge.

2 Taylor’s Danaway Goody Two Shoes. A lovely girl unlucky to meet the winner in top form. Such a pretty head with just a “smattering of salt” showing through now. Well balanced with good neck and shoulder. Good spring of rib and depth of brisket Strong, well-muscled hind quarters. Moved very well.

Special Beginners (5.2)

  1. Corless’s Swiftlark Second Nature . Pretty head with lots of work, soft gentle eye, good finish to her muzzle. Straight front nicely angulated front and rear. Moved steadily

  2. Hadfield’s Covarney Estee Avec Marzanne JW, I preferred the head of the winner. Shown in lovely coat and condition, well sprung ribs and good depth of brisket.

  3. Shepherd’s Glenvarna Cover Girl

Vivien Blackshaw

Judge

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