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Border East Of England 13 Judge's Critique




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East Of England 13 Judge


BORDER EAST OF ENGLAND 13

Judge(s): MR ALLEN G HORNER

DCC CH FOXFACTOR PIED PIPER JW SHCM (MR B J & MRS K D STOCKLEY)
RDCC BADGERHOLME EPSOM JET JW (MR & MRS B & MISS T DICKINSON & JAMES)
BCC BADGERBECK BALLERINA ( MR J C ROBERTS)
RBCC MERUMHOR SOLSTICE BELLE JW SHCM (MR C J & MRS J H MARTIN)
BOB CH FOXFACTOR PIED PIPER JW SHCM (MR B J & MRS K D STOCKLEY)
BP BENATTIVO BETFRED (MR C & MRS S GIRLING)

BORDER JUDGE EAST OF ENGLAND 13

Border Terriers

MPD (5)

1 Girling’s Benattivo Betfred, g/t, very nice puppy with typical overall appearance, well developed head with good strong muzzle, good topline, short carrot shaped tail, well angulated both front & rear, moved well in both directions. BP;

2 Hall & Ellis’ Brackenfell Bok To Bach, g/t, nice puppy with a lot of style, nice head with strong jaw & correct teeth, good topline & tailset, plenty of bone but not too much, tight feet on thick pads, moved well.

PD (3)

1 B Bok To Bach;

2 Mudd’s Breckgreen Bluesteel Ironfield, smart bl/t, harsh jacket with plenty of ticking, good pelt, strong in muzzle with nice expression, good tailset, moved OK.

JD (9)

1 Dickinson & James’ Badgerholme Epsom Jet, b/t, very smart young dog with typical head & expression, dark eye, small ears placed well, good reach of neck into well laid shoulders, level topline held on the move, tailset on well, coat in tiptop condition with thick loose pelt, good bone with tight feet & standing on thick pads moved well, showed well. RCC;

2 Guvercin’s Glebeheath Jump The Gun, b/t, typical head with strong jaw & big teeth, well laid shoulders, nice bone & tight feet, coat maybe a little soft, moved a little sluggish possibly due to the heat.

GD (1)

1 Noriss’ Brookbank Beauly, 4th in JD, standing alone in this class, nice head, good topline & tailset. Coat past its best & carrying too much weight making him difficult to span.

PG (6)

1 Bladen’s Daluce Fight Or Fall for Emblehope, g/t, good head & expression, harsh coat & thick pelt, neat ears, spanned easily, enough bone, good tight feet & thick pads, in hard working condition as you always get from this small kennel, moved well holding his topline while on the go;

2 Ramus’ Onthill Amaretto, g/t, nice dog, well balanced in hand, not overdone, pleasing in head, skull & expression with a dark almond shaped eye, not too heavy in bone & pleasing coat. Moved pretty well but could do with a shade more muscletone behind.

LD (6)

1 Jenkins’ Badgerbeck Pablo, b/t, keen expression, nice dark eye, small v shaped ears, strong jaw & correct bite, nice neck & shoulders, good topline & tailset, good in bone & spanned easily, moved well both ways;

2 Tuffin’s Oathamcoat Woodchat at Oatberry, g/t, nice outline & came to hand very well, spanned easily, nice head with good strength of jaw, in good coat & moved out well.

OD (8)

1 Stockley’s Ch Foxfactor Pied Piper, g/t, very balanced dog with good expression, lovely topline & tailset, spanned well, in good hard fit condition & excellent harsh coat, carried himself around the ring as if he owned it, really liked the overall appearance of this dog & on this decision awarded him CC & BOB. CC & BOB;

2 Irving’s Ch Dandyhow Dr Walter, another very nice dog although a different type to above, racy in outline, strong head with nice expression, good length of neck running into good topline, tail well set on, well angulated both front & rear & narrow right through, coat past its best.

MPB (13)

1 Pickering’s Picer Ethelburger, g/t, nice puppy with very good profile, pleasing head with dark eye, broad skull & small ears, lovely reach of neck, topline & tailset, narrow right through, good bone & small tight paws with thick pads, moved well for a puppy;

2 Clark’s Gameway Fortune Cookie, g/t, similar to 1 but a little immature to 1 & lighter in bone. Typical head with good jaw & big teeth, good front, small carrot shaped tail, excellent coat & pelt, moved well.

PB (8)

1 Dean’s Cedarhill Wish Upon A Star, g/t, won class on overall appearance, feminine head on a good neck, level topline, short thick tail, harsh coat with good pelt, moved the best in this class;

2 Stockley’s Orangecastle Zaurak at Foxfactor, g/t, presented well, feminine head with a dark eye, narrow front & straight front legs, nice body lines, moved well.

JB (12)

1 Irving’s Dandyhow Femme Fatale, b/t, keen expression with dark almond shaped eye, small ears, correct bite with big teeth, good length of rib & loin & narrow throughout, nice bone, small feet & thick pads, moved & showed well on loose leash;

2 Gosling’s Akenside Calypso, b/t, feminine head with strong jaw, not as narrow in front & deeper in brisket than 1, good coat & pelt, well muscled, moved well on a loose leash.

GB (5)

1 Price’s Oxcroft Realdeal, g/t, typical head as you expect from this kennel, straight front with good shoulder placement, short tail, good bone, small tight feet, evidence of coat coming through;

2 Milton’s Baillieswell Lochindaal, g/t, nice head with neat ears. A little weak in the muzzle but good big teeth, straight topline & good harsh jacket.

PGB (7)

1 Haughton’s Jamespaw Cockle Shell Bay by Chorbeck, g/t, nice head with short muzzle & correct teeth, good topline & tailset, good length of rib & loin, in very good coat & moved OK;

2 Phillips’ Nantcoch Ffion, g/t, very close decision between these 2, same lines as 1, nice narrow well balanced bitch.

LB (12)

1 Martin’s Merumhor Solstice Bell, b/t, excelled in head with good ear placement, tight on the cheek & the dark eye gave a true feminine expression, good reach of neck & topline, narrow front with nice bone, very good feet, nice bend of stifle on good hocks & easily spanned, moved true both ways going away & back, good thick loose pelt but sadly lacking in coat & paid the price. RCC;

2 Stockley’s Foxfactor Cue The Music, g/t in good hard condition & looked keen as mustard, lovely overall balance & racy lines, good jacket & pelt, moved & showed really well.

OD (9)

1 Roberts’ Badgerbeck Ballerina, g/t, lovely head with short strong muzzle, small ears, good neck & shoulders, level topline with tailset on well, right amount of bone, tight small feet on thick pads, harsh coat which felt like wire on a thick loose pelt that would keep the weather out, moved well around the ring. CC;

2 Johnson & Williams’ Biddestone Poppyseed by Quarryway, l/griz, really good head, good small well shaped & well placed ears, good topline, coat & pelt, really thick & carrot shaped tail, moved well both going & coming. Coat past its best.

ALLEN HORNER


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