Irish Setter Breeders Club

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ISBC 48th Breed Championship Show 2021
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Dog Judge: –Mrs Pat Butler-Holley

Bitch Judge –Mr A Watt

Referee –Mr D Hemmings

BIS            -Sturrock’s ShCh Forfarian Hey Sexy Lady JW
RBIS         -Russell’s Lynwood Hocus Pocus At Settesoli JW
BPIS         – Sturrock’s Forfarian Dusty Bottoms
BVIS          -Sturrock’s ShCh Forfarian Hey Sexy Lady JW
Dog CC     -Russell’s Lynwood Hocus Pocus At Settesoli JW
Dog RCC  – Stockton’s ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW
Bitch CC    -Sturrock’s ShCh Forfarian Hey Sexy Lady JW
Bitch RCC  -Elkins Twoacres Promise Of Spring With Avacet
BP Dog       -Sturrock’s Forfarian Dusty Bottoms
BP Bitch     -Pallister`s Penwyn Keeping Faith
BV Dog       -Mitchell`s ShCh Amblin`s Sweet William

MPD (3,1a)

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

PD (3, 1a)

1 Gratton’s Glenlaine Moonstone
2 Corless’s Swiftlark Invincible

JD (3)

1 Allen,Bott,Morgan`s Quensha Take A Bow
2 Berry’s Brinara Country Boy
3 Richardson’s Gwendariff Tullys Red Arrows

YD (7,2a)

1 Brown’s Riverbrue Soldier On
2 Crocker’s Riverbrue Morning Glory
3 Richardson’s Bluesprings Now I`m Here At Forestfire
4 McCulloch’s Shenanagin Oh Oh Seven
5 Dufrat’s Riverbrue Cast No Shadow On Haverley

MD (3,)

1 Walker’s Gwendariff`s Flags Are Flyin
2 Tye’s Blazing Bronze Join The Chase (Imp NLD)
3 Gratton’s Glenlaine Moonstone

ND (8,)

1 Walker’s Gwendariff`s Flags Are Flyin
2 Gilk’s Suteresett Mr Mistoffelees At Gochmawr
3 Cohen’ s Lynwood Merry May King With Shushana
4 Tye’s Blazing Bronze Join The Chase (Imp NLD)
5 Berry’s Brinara Country Boy

UGD (7,1a)

1 Webb & Danks-Kemish`s Alolfrana Azzaro Beside Redeshka(Aw1)
2 Holehan’s Loganrish Lets Go Crazy

3 Hughes’s Gwendariff Plays The Flute

4 Cohen’ s Lynwood Merry May King With Shushana

5 Dodds`s Bardonhill Any Dream Will Do

GD (12,2)

1 Gardner’s Quensha Walk Me Home To Danwish
2 Davison’s Bardonhill You Dont Fool Me
3 Nicholl’s Strathmead Alexei
4 Gisby’s Suteresett Rum Tum Tugger
5 Slater’s Kerryfair Lucky Seven

PGD (10,4)

1 Swainston’s Glenvarna Monterey JW
2 Stewart-Ritchie & Longbottom’s Gwendariff Smart Red Jacket JW
3 Poole’s Teleri Summer Nights
4 Northend’s Aoibheannes Single Malt
5 Williamson`s Bluesprings Picture This JW

MLD (7,2a)

1 Gardner’s Danwish On High JW (Ai)
2 Lorrimer’s Kerrimere Classique JW
3 Hall`s Harreds Trevor
4 Heppell’s Deevonville Santana
5 Toms`s Clanrua Birch

LD (7,4)

1 Russell’s Lynwood Hocus Pocus At Settesoli JW
2 Chorley,Chor;ey-Newton,Flinders, & Gardner’s Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW
3 Davis`s Pawsword Prairie Wind With Alanasett JW

OD (6,1a)

1 Stockton’s ShCh Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW
2 Danks-Kemmish ShCh Alolfrana Hotter Than You Know JW ShCm Shcex
3 Toms`s Ir ShCh Toberbilly I Wish You Luck Ir J Ch Jd
4 Russell’sStrathmead Huckleberry Of Settesoli
5 Corless`s Swiftlark First Knight

VD (3,)

1 Mitchell’ s Amblins Sweet William

2 Tupper’ s Staratlanta Elliott

3 Mohan’ s Anlory Keltic Legend

SVD (0)

SBD (10,1a)

1 Poole’s Teleri Summer Nights (Ai)
2 Walker’s Gwendariff`s Flags Are Flyin
3 Corless’ Swiftlark First Knight
4 Deighton`s Oakdene Schiehallion (imp Bel)

MPB (2,)

1 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
2 Kassube & French Twoacres Chocolate Delight

PB (6,1a)

1 Pallister’s Penwyn Keeping Faith
2 Corless`s Swiftlark Illustrious
3 Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
4 Jones’s Wenflaen Deja Vu
5 Kassube & French Twoacres Chocolate Delight

JB (17,7)

1 Danks-Kemmish’s Alolfrana Scandalous
2 Allen,Bott & Morgan’s Quensha Crimes Of Passion
3 Box`s Fernstart Hearts Delight
4 Stewart-Ritchie & Longbottom’s Gwendariff We`ll Be Phame Us (Ire)
5 Bott`s Bardonhill Woven In Gold

YB (8,1a)

1 Williamson’s Bluesprings A Kind Of Magic At Keljaru
2 Sturrock’s Forfarian Tickles Your Fancy
3 Humphreys’s Riverbrue Flashbax At Henaleas
4 Bouttell’s Ixia Snow Vixen
5 Heppell’s Riverbrue Be Here Now

MB (12,4a)

1 Bouttell’s Ixia Snow Vixen
2 Box`s Fernstart Hearts Delight
3 Bott`s Bardonhill Woven In Gold
4 Heather`s Sixoaks My Fair Lady

5 Luto`s Rappatty Pippittypop

NB (15)

1 Bouttell’s Ixia Snow Vixen
2 Jones`s Alolfrana In A Hot Storm Over Wenflaen
3 Box`s Fernstart Hearts Delight
4 Bott`s Bardonhill Woven In Gold
5 Pallister’s Penwyn Keeping Faith

UGB (2,)

1 Mitchell`s Strathmead Tatiana With Amblin
2 Harreds Sophie At Dabryeli

GB (16,)

1 Williamson’s  Bluesprings Sunday Girl
2 Swainston’s Glenvarna Santa Barbara
3 Muir`s Gwendariff`s Up To Somethin
4 Borthwick`s Lotushill Scotch And Wry

5 Humphrey`s Alolfrana Miss Daisy At Henaleas JW

PGB (14,2)

1 Bott`s Bardonhill Love Of My Life
2 Richardson`s Brabrook True Violet For Montgreenan JW
3 Bougen`s Gwendariff Hot Ticket
4 Heather`s Six Oaks Leading Lady
5 Sturrock`s Forfarian Soo Lush JW

MLB (3,2a)

1 Ciechonska`s Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheannes

LB (8,1)

1 Elkins`s Twoacres Promise Of Spring With Avacet
2 Bouttell`s Ixia Rainbow Bright
3 Nevitt`s Aoibheannes Stay With Me
4 McNeil & Boyd-McNeil`s Glennlokhen Deveron
5 Hinslea`s Gwendariff Guess Who`s Comin To Northamber JW

OB (4,)

1 Allen, Bott & Morgan`s ShCh Quensha Tumble And Twirl JW
2 Danks-Kemmish`s Rappatty Starlight Over Alolfrana JW Shcm
3 Sterritt`s ShCh Corranroo Just One Kiss With Riversett Cjw18 Jun
4 Jarvis`s Lowdon Sleepy Time

VB (9,3)

1 Sturrock`s ShCh Forfarian Hey Sexy Lady JW
2 Box`s Bardonhill Afternoon D`lite At Fernstart
3 Blackshaw`s Lanstara Spring Star JW
4 Dale`s Aubanjon Royal Symphony

5 French`s Balintyne Just You Just Me

SVB (0)

SBB (4,3a)

1 Robinson`s Lanstara Red Dress

Judges Critique Dogs

I served on the ISBC committee for a long time many years ago, and was more than delighted to be invited to judge the show in 2022. Things don’t always go to plan and sadly both Irene Munro had to stand down, Joan Kniveton was then invited to judge and unexpectedly Joan had to withdraw due to illness. As Joan and I have been friends for many years it was a hard decision for myself to take over, but I did and can say I enjoyed the day, and pleased to say Joan is getting better. To the committee I say a big thank you the show was wonderful, the new building is fantastic but as it was sunny and breezy as it always on the Newark showground the show was held outside fantastic for the dogs.

I last judged Dogs within the breed in 2017 and prior to that 2014 and I thought then we are in danger of producing generic Irish Setters with no breed type evident just red dogs. I am pleased to say the quality has increased in the main. We must remember the Irish Setter is racy well balanced and full of quality, combining elegance with substance. Yes we want a slim elegant animal but we don’t want this to be interpreted as narrow all through with front legs appearing out of one hole or the opposite, coarse in head and over done in body. The standard also asks for a firm straight top line gently sloping downwards from the withers, this cannot be achieved unless the front angulation and rear construction is correct, upright shoulders with no upper arm angulation can never create the correct top line not even by overstretching the exhibit backwards!!

Today I found a few exhibits displaying entropian and round eyes which wasn’t something I was expecting this maybe something to look out for and address before it becomes the norm.

Minor Puppy (3,1)

1 Sturrocks, Forfarian Dusty Bottoms First class of the day and wow he’s just wonderful and playful!! Love is outline and shape so well balanced, good neck and shoulders, strong neck displaying the arch at the crest of his neck. I like him in overall shape and balance. Delighted to award him BPIB and later in agreement with my co judge Alistair Watt he went BPIS. What a start to his career.

2 Corless, Swiftlark Invincible and does he think he is, a puppy so full of quality. Very exuberant and loved his time in the ring. Hopefully in time he will not give his handler such a hard time. Will watch him with interest.

Puppy (3,1)

1 Gratton, Glenlaine Moonstone, Good well balanced head and good expression. Good bone and feet, true front, good body with the correct topline. Moved well for 4 seconds!!!!

2 Corless, Swiftlark Invincible

Junior (3)

1 Allen/Bott/Morgan Quensha Take a Bow, he has the most lovely head, so well balanced, correct chiselling along his cheeks, good raised brows which he used to his advantage. He is so full of character. Good body proportions and totally overall balance. good strong quarters. Moved well. Should have a bright future.

2 Berry, Brinara Country Boy, A little more body on this youngster would have changed is overall outline. Needs time but I feel the quality of the dog in confirmation will develop into a classy dog. The best of heads so well balanced. Moved well.

3 Richardson, Gwendariff Tullys Red Arrows

Yearling (7,2)

A class full of quality dogs true Irish Setters, yes they are at different stages of development but that is what should be expected in yearling dogs. They could have changed places at any time which is quite rewarding and promising for the future.

1 Brown, Riverbrue Soldier On just loved this dog and he was close up for top honours today, Correct outline, good shoulders and true front, good ribs and strong loin, strong quarters which he used on the move.

2 Crocker, Riverbrue Morning Glory, litter brother to winner, slightly heavier than his brother, but again same comments apply, correct outline, good well angulated shoulders both dogs had good upperarm angulation which is sadly lacking in some exhibits. moved with drive and effortless free flowing movement.

3 Richardson, Bluesprings Now Im Here at Forestfire.

Maiden (3)

1 Walker, Gwendariff Flags are Flyin, Heavier dog than I would normally like, he is balanced and presented in absolutely fantastic coat and condition. Shown and handled to perfection, moved really well in total harmony with his handler.

2 Tye, Blazing Bronze Join the Chase (imp NID) totally different than winner in the fact that more body would have helped him. presented well in good coat. He just needs time.

3 Gratton, Glenlaine Moonstone

Novice (8)

1 Walker, Gwendariff Flags are Flyin

2 Gilks Sutersett Mr Mistoffelees At Gochmawr, built on slighter lines this young dog is so full of promise, He has a well blanaced head displaying all the correct attributes, oval skull, raised brows, and that wonderful chin so evident. Good body proportions and moved well

3 Cohen Lynwood Merry May King with shushana.

Undergraduate (7,1)

1 Webb/Danks-Kemish, Longer Cast than I would like but he couldn’t be denied his place, well balanced head, good expression and eye shape. His coat must be hardwork for his owner but presented in good hard condition. Moved well

2 Holehan, Loganrish Lets Go Crazy he has the delightful well balanced head, good enck and shoulders and goos ribs, however he falls away over the croup which spoils his overall outline. Moved OK

3 Hughes, Gwendariff Plays the Flute

Graduate (12)

1 Gardner, Quensha Walk Me Home to Danwish, Good overall conformation of this dog, sound in all departments. Good balance in head and body. Good head and eye well chiselled and brilliant expressive brows which every time you looked him expression changed. Good strong neck and well angulated shoulders, good ribs and strong loin. True Free flowing movement.

2 Davison, Bardonhill You dont Fool Me, like this dog especially his head and expression, showing lots of chiselling on his cheeks, good eye shape, strong neck and clean shoulders. Moved well.

3 Nicholls, Strathmead Alexei

Post Graduate (10)

  1. 1 Swainston, Glenvarna Monterey, As the standard asks for raciness combining elegance with Substance this dog has it. He has scope and covers the ground well. Delightful in head and true expression showing that hint of mischief making in his eye. Good topline again gently sloping as is required which he holds well on the move. Its a good job the dog was alert in the ring.

2 Stewart-Ritchie/Longbottom, Gwendariff Smart Red Jacket JW, He gave a lesson in how to throw away the class today, how much he looks like his sire whom I awarded the RCC back in 2017 His head is so well balanced showing no coarseness at all when viewed in profile or straight on, strong zygomatic arches giving that true Irish setter expression, this along with his raised brows gave me the look I was looking for a delightful head. Good neck and shoulders plenty of forechest, strong body with good ribs extended well back good strength to couplings and strong quarters.

3 Poole, Teleri Summer Nights.

Mid Limit (7,2)

1 Gardner, Danwish on High (A.I) Good overall conformation of this dog, sound in all departments. Good balance in head and body. Good head and eye well chiselled and brilliant expressive brows. Good strong neck and well angulated shoulders, good ribs and strong loin, a little proud of his tail today but a quality dog.

2 Lorrimer, Kerrimere Classique JW I have admired this dog from the ring side before and wasn’t disappointed when I went over him. A sound honest dog in all departments. Good body, prosternum, good depth of chest, strong loin. Moved with such style holding his topline as he went.

3 Hall, Harreds Trevor

Limit (7)

  1. 1 Russell, Lynwood Hocus Pocus at Settesoli, The standard asks for Racy, balance and full of quality and this is what he present to you. His expression is quite amusing as you look at him his expressive brows simply take over, his chiselling and finish to his foreface is wonderful. Strong, well-muscled neck displaying that wonderful arch at the crest of the neck, set into well angulated shoulders all flowing smoothly. Good ribs well sprung at the upper portion tapering at the lower part towards the sternum, strong couplings and good strong quarters. His movement was a pleasure to see especially in profile holding his top line at all times. Presented today in wonderful hard condition. Delighted to award him the DCC & BOS.


Chorley,Chorley-Newton/Flinders/Gardner, Pawsword Priceless To Kerryfair JW A lot to like about him so well balanced when viewed in outline, he flows from his head to the tip of his tail. Well angulated shoulders and good length of upper arm which is sadly lacking in many today. When viewed in profile his movement was true displaying free flowing driving action, holding his top line steady.

3 Davis, Pawsword Praire Wind with Alnasett

Open (6)

1 Stockton, Sh ch Riverbrue Alchemist Amidst Kespas JW This dog as attitude and ring presence in abundance, He so full of quality a true Irish Setter, Well angulated shoulders, good upper arm angulation good ribs, strong loin. Good strong quarters which he uses on the move to full advantage. Thrilled to award him the RCC.

2 Danks-Kemish, Sh ch Alofrana Hotter than U’Know JW,Sh cm,Shcex A pleasure to judge this dog today as back in 2017 I awarded him BPIB and then commented that I would watch his progress with interest. Well he certainly fulfilled his early promise, He is an upstanding dog full of quality. Well balanced head from occiput to stop and from stop to muzzle, plenty of chiselling under the eye, and good raised brows. True in outline displaying the gently sloping topline which is formed by good shoulders and true hind angulation. Good strong wide to quarters used to perfection when of the move, moving in total harmony with his handler.

3 Toms, Is Sh ch Toberbilly I Wish You Luck Ir J Ch Jd


1 Mitchell, Sh ch Amblins Sweet William A wonderful ambassador of the breed a truly worthy shch, He fills my eye with everything that I was looking for. Good head, strong neck well angulated shoulders strong body good top line and strong quarters. He is so well balanced and present a wonderful picture.He pushed hard for the RCC today

2 Tupper Staratlanta Elliott, another great gentleman not showing his age at all. Good head, kind eye and true expression.

3 Mohan Anlory Keltic Legend

Special Beginners Dog (5)

1 Poole, Teleri Summer Nights (AI) built on a bigger frame but still balanced from tip of nose to his tail. Good body, deep chest, strong loin, good wide quarters, presented in hard condition.

2 Walker, Gwendariff Flags are Flyin ,

3 Corless Swiftlark First Knight.

Judges Critique Bitches
I was both honoured and thrilled to be invited to judge at this prestigious breed show.
The whole committee of the ISBC should take a bow for putting on such an excellent event, both the Championship show and Open show. It was encouraging to see an enthusiastic group of Irish Setter stalwarts, rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in to their individual tasks on the day. Their efforts, I think most would agree, created a lovely relaxed atmosphere and enjoyable day for exhibitors regardless of the placings of their dogs. Well done all. Special thanks to my excellent ring stewards – Paddy and Neville.
Thank you to everyone who entered their bitches under me and for accepting my decisions, it was much appreciated. The overall quality was good with some very competitive classes and my placings were very much based on on the day condition and performance. I always look for stylish and sound exhibits devoid of exaggeration and most of my winners fitted the bill.
My co-judge, Pat Butler-Holley and I were in full agreement for the joint awards of BIS, RBIS, BVIS and BPIS.
Minor Puppy (2,0)
  1. 1,Corless’s Swiftlark Illustrious, really lovely dark coated baby showing lots of promise. Her overall shape, head, eye and gentle expression all appealed and her condition was good, steady mover for one so young.
  2. 2,Kassube & French’s Twoacres Chocolate Delight, body proportions are good and she has good width to her hindquarters, not so settled at this stage on the move as the winner.
Puppy (6,1)
  1. 1,Pallister’s Penwyn Keeping Faith, I thought she was really lovely and is very together at this tender age. Good angulation fore and aft, good reach of neck fitting smoothly in to sloping shoulders, owns a quality feminine head and presents a super outline, just flagged when meeting the best dog puppy late on in the day, she was my Best Bitch Puppy.
  2. 2,Corless’s Swiftlark Illustrious.
  3. 3,Heather’s Sixoaks My Fair Lady
Junior (17,5) A number disappointed in poor front movement lacking forward extension.
  1. 1,Adamson-Watt & Watt’s Alolfrana Scandelous, well made girl built on the right lines, scored heavily on front and rear movement, very nice head, eye & finish to foreface, balanced throughout, just right for her age.
  2. 2,Allen, Bott & Morgan’s Quensha Crimes of Passion, different type and smaller in stature, very good head and expression, well-proportioned body, wide hindquarters, correct tailset, moved well.
  3. 3,Box’s Fernstart Hearts Delight
Yearling (7,1) Strong class
  1. 1,Williamson’s Bluesprings A Kind of Magic At Keljaru, loved her type and balance, rugged hindquarters, true in front, muscular neck, deep brisket and well sprung ribs, all topped off with a beautiful head with correct skull shape, kind eye and outlook.
  2. 2,Sturrock’s Forfarian Tickles Yer Fancy, close up, another quality girl with lots going for her including her overall shape, dark eye below raised brows, low set ears, straight in front and strong back end and correctly set tail. Moved really well.
  3. 3,Humphreys’s Riverbrue Flashbax At Henaleas, completed a lovely trio.
Maiden (12, 1)
  1. 1,Bouttell’s Ixia Snow Vixen, 4th in the excellent Yearling class, very dark coated girl, eye-catching with a lovely topline, everything in proportion, deep chest, correct layback of shoulder, feminine head, went well.
  2. 2,Box’s Fernstart Hearts Delight, 3rd in Junior, shown in the best of condition, lovely rich colour, nice overall conformation, strong back end, just preferred the winner’s eye and expression.
  3. 3,Bott’s Bardonhill Woven in Gold
Novice (15,2)
  1. 1,Bouttell’s Ixia Snow Vixen
  2. 2,Jones’s Alolfrana in A Hot Storm Over Wenflaen, quite a substantial bitch, fully mature, overall shape is good, wide and rugged hindquarters, coat a little unruly, pleasant headpiece, well set on tail, moved well enough.
  3. 3,Box’s Fernstart Hearts Delight
Undergraduate (2,0)
  1. 1,Mitchell’s Strathmead Tatiana With Amblin, elegant young lady, pleased with her overall construction, wide hindquarters, deep chest and decent spring of rib, pleasing expression with low set ears.
  2. 2,Adams’s Harreds Sophie At Danbryeli, more substantial and more mature than the winner, liked her head shape and expression and she is a nice type, however she was overweight which did not help on the move.
Graduate (16,0) A really good class.
  1. 1,Williamson’s Bluesprings Sunday Girl, Just loved her for type, devoid of any exaggeration, beautifully balanced, correct skull, stop and finish to foreface, dark eye, strong through the body, wide, powerful hindquarters, sound on the move, did just enough to hold off second.
  2. 2,Swainston’s Glenvarna Santa Barbara, just pipped by the winner but could change places on another occasion, beautiful head on this girl with a soft, gentle and feminine expression, correct arched neck setting cleanly into her shoulders, balanced throughout, moved with style.
  3. 3,Muir’s Gwendariff’s Up To Something.
Post Graduate (14,2)
  1. 1,Bott’s Bardonhill Love Of My Life, high quality exhibit presented in lovely condition and bloom, medium size, everything in proportion, rich coat colour, the best of Irish heads with dark eye and raised eyebrows producing a soft expression, sound hindquarters and lovely topline.
  2. 2,Richardson’s Brabrook True Violet For Montgreenan, JW, slightly different type, thought that she moved extremely well with style and soundness showing good reach and drive, pleasant head and outlook, excellent body properties showing sufficient spring of rib, well turned stifles and hocks, close up.
  3. 3,Bougen’s Gwendariff Hot Ticket, JW.
Mid Limit (3,2)
  1. 1,Ciechonska’s Gwendariff Smart Move Back To Aoibheanne, lovely 3 year old girl now approaching her best, owns a super head with lots of work in it, true front, deep chest, arched neck fitting cleanly in to well laid back shoulders, well angulated stifles and hocks, correct tailset all producing a pleasing overall picture.
Limit (8,0)
  1. 1,Elkins’s Twoacres Promise of Spring With Avacet, top quality, mature girl turned out in super coat and condition. She is so well put together and owns a super physique, well ribbed back, wide thighs which are well muscled, correct front and sloping shoulders, nice tight feet and arched neck. To crown it all she has a delicious, head with raised brows, kind eye and correct finish to the foreface. Her topline is excellent and movement sound viewed from all angles. Delighted to award her the Reserve CC.
  2. 2,Bouttell & Burbridge’s Ixia Rainbrow Bright, another high quality exhibit and close up to the winner, slightly finer make and shape all through, but pleased in most aspects from her sculpted head to her well set on and carried tail. She owns a rich dark coat, is very well balanced and moved with style.
  3. 3,Nevitt’s Aoibheanne’s Stay Wth Me,
Open (4,0)
1.Allen, Bott & Morgan’s Sh Ch Quensha Tumble And Twirl, JW, really worthy champion with lots to like, in particular her headpiece with oval skull, raised brows, expressive dark eyes and correct finish to foreface. Her hindquarters are wide and powerful and her well set on tail is used incessantly on the move. She was presented in excellent order.
2. Danks-Kemish’s Rappaty Star Light Over Alolfrana, JW, Sh cm, rangier all through than the winner and quite glamorous, very pleasing head, eye and soft expression, deep chest, shown in full coat, moved with animation but just preferred the winner’s front movement.
3. Sterritt’s Ir Sh Ch Coranroo Just One Kiss With Riversett, Cjw18 Jun.
Veteran (9,3)
1,Sturrock’s Sh Ch Forfarian Hey Sexy Lady, JW, glorious champion bitch who seems to me to improve with age. She is so well put together with everything in proportion from the tip of her super head to the tip of her tail. She has a true front and great width to her well angulated hindquarters. She presents a totally balanced unexaggerated picture standing, but when she takes off, she really comes in to her own. Her movement going, coming and when viewed in profile is co-ordinated and powerful, using her tail and is as good as you will see in our breed. I was pleased to award her the CC and with Pat’s full agreement Best in Show pipping a really nice dog.
2,Box’s Bardonhill Afternoon D’light At Fernstart, old favourite of mine and still a bit of a handful for her owner, tuned out in lovely condition and carrying the right amount of weight, pleasant head with kind, expressive eyes, balanced all through creating a nice overall picture.


3,Blackshaw’s Lanstara Spring Star, JW
Special Beginners (4,3)
  1. 1,Robinson’s Lanstara Red Dress, a bitch I liked in the strong Graduate class, she has a nice overall shape, true front, pleasant head and outlook, low set ears, good tailset and is a happy mover.
Alister Watt (Judge)
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