17th OCTOBER 2021

I would like to thank the committee for the honour to judge this club show, it means that I now have officiated at all 4 breed clubs which also is an honour. I had a good entry bearing in mind the situation we are all facing, my conclusion is that the breed is not as good as a few years ago, we have some close rear movement and a rangy type creeping in, I know we can only show what we have, but breeders need to take more care when studying pedigrees . Mouths were very good and some presentation could be improved slightly. Now to the actual judging.


MP (3) MP (3) 1 Stevenson's "MYMMSBROOK MATADOR WITH BLYTHWAY" promising baby, balanced head with ample stop, sufficient bone for age, correct depth & ribbing stood & moved out with style BPD & BPIS. 2 Bennett's "CERYSAN CRUSADER" a good type with correct head, stood true with ample bone & good feet, lovely body properties with ribbing, moved out true & steady. 3 Caldwell's "CERYSAN COMMODORE" one that will take a time to mature but shows a lot of potential, balanced head, good front with ample bone & substance, moved true.

P (2) 1 Clarke's "TIGERROCK IM YOUR MAN" good type, balanced head, true front with ample bone, good depth & ribbing for age, a little hesitant on the move at first but given time should be ok. 2 Caldwell's "CERYSAN COMMODORE"

J (1) Clarke's "TIGERROCK MAGIC WOUBABOUT" this young chap is maturing at the right pace, lovely balanced head, good true front with depth & substance, well ribbed, strong rear, moved out true covering the ground well, should have a bright future.

Y (4,1) 1 Jones' "TROSLEY TAMOSHANTA" another youngster that is improving all the time, lovely balanced head, strong neck, good front with bone & depth, ample body for age, good rear angulation, moved very well, one to watch. 2 Hills & Page's "LLON CAMRI" good type, balanced head, stood true with bone & substance, moved true. 3 Buckwell's "KILLENA SHADOW DANCING (AI) in this frame I think there is a nice dog but he does lack confidence to bring it out which is a shame, balanced head, ample bone, good ribbing, does require more substance but I guess he stresses it off.


N (3) 1 White's "MYMMSBROOK MALBEC WITH FIERGEN" balanced head, true front with bone & depth, started to body up but does need time, lovely ribbing, moved out with confidence. 2 Clarke's "TIGERROCK IM YOUR MAN" 3 Buckwell's "KILLENA SHADOW DANCING (AI)

N (3) 1 White's "MYMMSBROOK MALBEC WITH FIERGEN" balanced head, true front with bone & depth, started to body up but does need time, lovely ribbing, moved out with confidence. 2 Clarke's "TIGERROCK IM YOUR MAN" 3 Buckwell's "KILLENA SHADOW DANCING (AI)

G (3,1) 1 White's "MYMMSBROOK MALBEC WITH FIERGEN 2 Tayler's "JULITA RHYME" balanced head, good depth, ample bone, well ribbed with substance, could stand truer in front, moved true once settled..

PG (5) good class with dogs just coming into their own, 1 Barkley's "CHANANGEL MR WHODAT AT CHERRYHEATH JW" balanced head, good bone & feet, ample depth, substance & ribbing, moved out well with free flowing action. 2 Bowd's "LENAMORE TIGER ROLL" lots to like about this youngster, he is balanced all through, with everything in the right place, good bone & substance, in good condition, moved well just needs a little more time to hit the top. 3 Wren's "LLON DERWEN DAR AT GWYNMARREN" masculine head, stood true with ample bone & substance, well ribbed, not as free on the move as 1& 2.

ML (3) 1 Knowles' "MENSTONIA MINSTREL JW" full of quality, balanced head, stood true with lovely bone, feet & depth, strong neck, well ribbed with substance, strong rear, shown in good condition as expected from this kennel, I felt there is still more to come, moved out well with purpose. RCC. 2 Barkley's "CHERRYHEATH MR MOJITO" another well balanced dog, good bone, feet & depth, lovely ribbing, moved out freely. 3 Gough's "JULITA RUKESTER" nice type, a little strong in head for me, good front & depth, well ribbed, unlucky to meet 1 & 2 in good form.

L (7,2) 1 Wren's "LLON LEWYS AT GWYNMARREN" a stylish dog from all angles, stood true with good bone & depth, tight feet, lovely ribbing & substance well proportioned body, strong rear, in good condition, moved very true & free, pushed hard for top honours. 2 Blackford's "AMBERLIGHT GALATEA" quality male at 6 yrs, good front with depth & lovely bone, balanced frame, strong in rear, moved true & steady. 3 Leach's "ISLANZA SPRINTER" this boy has matured well, good front with bone & substance, good ribs, just needs to slow down a little on the move always in a rush.

O (3) 1 Williams' "ISFRYN SPOT THE DIFFERENCE TREBETTYN" my RCC winner from last time I judged, he is from the old school which a lot of exhibitors will not know. He has matured fully at 6 yrs, loved his overall balanced outline, good true front with good bone & substance, well ribbed, strong in loin, if critical his head could take a little more stop, his movement is very precise & free with driving action using his docked tail like a rudder, in super condition. Pleased to award him the CC & later RBIS/BOS. 2 Caldwell & Mcdowell's "BOWDONIA ONLY THE BRAVE FOR CERYSAN" another 6 yr old staying the course well, free mover with good front, bone & feet, lovely ribbing & substance. 3 Johnstone's "GLENBROWS VALENTINO FOR GILPETA" balanced head, ample bone, carries a little too much weight which does not help his movement, ample coat, in good condition.

CH 1 Clarke's "SH CH FERNDEL HIGH FIDELITY WITH TIGERROCK ShCEx" at nearly 7 he is in good condition, stands & moves true, plenty of substance, moves out freely at one with handler, worthy champion.

V (3) 1 Barkley's "SH CH CHERRYHEATH MR MISCHIEF JW ShCM" at 10 yrs he is in hard & fit condition, you can take his colour away but you can't take his movement, it is very free & positive covering the ground well. BVD / BVIS. 2 Woodhams' "TOBERMYN MINSTREL BOY" just gone 9, in good condition, moves well in profile but a little wide in front. 3 Green's "TYWYSOG GELERT" at 12 yrs, enjoying his day, moves out spritely for age. unlucky to meet 1 & 2 on top form so had to give way to youth.


SW (2) 1Sutherland's "JACRENELLA SOLO" well put together, full of breed type, balanced all through, moves very free & true, I would like a little more all through, 2 Smith's "ISFRYN PEEPING TOM JW" a little more compact than 1, in super condition, stands & moves true,


GCDS (4) 1 Woodham's "GLYNELL JIFFY" good bone & feet, strong in rear, in full coat & super condition, moved very true & steady. 2 Caldwell & Mcdowell's "BOWDONIA ONLY THE BRAVE FOR CERYSAN" 3 Bennett's "HELGEN ROMEO THE LOVER FOR FLYBORON" balanced head, ample bone & substance, not as positive on the move as 1 & 2 tends to move sideways a little.

Tom Graham


Thank you to the members for voting for me for this appointment, which I had really looked forward to and very much enjoyed on the day. The committee did a great job putting on the show and I would particularly like to thank my stewards for their hard work. Some younger exhibits are lacking ring practice, not surprising under the circumstances; this does make the judge’s job a little harder! However, all the exhibits were extremely well turned out for which I commend their owners. I found that type has become very varied, but was delighted with the four that I pulled out to challenge for the CC (winners of Mid Limit, Limit, Open and Champion) they are all of great quality and epitomise what I was looking for in the breed.

MP (3) 1 Lockie’s BENOVEOR TRULY & BPB a well grown 8 months. Such a sweet head with lovely expression, kind dark eye and nice chiselling. Good bone and in excellent coat and condition. Recommend more practice standing and moving! but managed to see a few steps of good movement. 2 Lyon’s MYMMSBROOK MISMO 6 month. Moved extremely well but could not match 1st on head qualities, she has an attractive dark eye, would like more stop but there is time on her side. Plenty of bone to grow in to. Lovely happy disposition. 3 Coffin’s HILLPARK CARYS GOLD

P (3) 1 Lockie’s BENOVEOR TRULY. 2 Casey’s TIGERROCK LIT DE ROSES 9 months - Very worried with her environment to start with but did manage to stand. Hard to assess on the move but I saw some decent strides. Nice body proportions and strong in loin; good coat colour. 3 Coffin’s HILLPARK CARYS GOLD

J (3, 1 abs) 1 Lockie’s BENOVEOR TRULY. 2 Ferguson’s JULITA RAINDANCE AT TEASELWOOD – a feminine but slightly framed girl, I would really like a bit more of her all over. Profile good and moved well with good tail carriage; nicely coated.

Y (2) two really nice bitches, both with lots to like. 1 Shawyer’s MENSTONIA WISH COME TRUE - won this class on her movement, covering the ground well. Attractive head, correct silky coat, well angulated fore and aft with really good tight feet. Well placed and carried tail. 2 Cooper’s GILSTONIA SNOW MOON – beautiful outline but she let herself down on the move, lacking drive from the hindquarters. Nice depth of chest and well bodied. Happy disposition and again nice head qualities.

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G (3, 1) 1 Baldry’s LLON LLANHARRAN LLEUCI - from a larger mould than some, a lovely headed girl with super expression and well chiselled below the eyes. A nice straight front, good deep chest, well bodied with strength in the loin. In nice coat and moved well. 2 Tew’s PAMICKS JAZZY AH GIRL - well made with good ribbing. Just loved her freckles! Her front movement was not her fortune today and thus had to give way to 1st.

PG (3, 1) 1 Barnes NYLIRAM TWIST AND SHOUT WITH BARHI - won this class on her free flowing movement. Just the correct bone for her size with a good depth of chest. Beautiful flat coat with just the right amount of feathering. 2 Blackford’s AMBLELIGHT PORCIA - well bodied and coupled but I would have liked more definition in her head. Nice straight front. Didn’t seem to want to be at the show today which spoiled her movement.

ML (2) 1 Cooper’s ISFRYN LADY GREY OF GILSTONIA - Just lovely throughout. Compact, of correct size with a great spring of rib and short coupled. Good angulation fore and aft, really engaged her hind quarters on the move. In excellent coat and condition. Well balanced head with good expression. 2 Ferguson’s TAIHANG SCHEREZADE AT TEASELWOOD – appealing head, good spring of rib and width at loin but lacks the angulation and fluidity of movement of 1st.

L (7, 2) such a lovely class which made this a hard group to place! 1 Lancett’s CWMBEILI MADLEN & RBCC wonderful straight movement going away and coming back, holding her quality topline well on the move. Excellent size with correct angulation and balance throughout. Well boned. Strong in the couplings and great coat colour. 2 Woodward’s HINXWOOD FIRE AND ICE – loved her overall demeanour and ever-wagging tail, both stood and moving. Well ribbed and strong in body. Movement excellent. Quality head with kind and soft expression. 3 Burchmore & Bowd’s BOWDONIA MOON RIVER JW

O (3) 1 Sutherland’s JACRANELLA SONATA & BCC & BOB/BIS – so compact and moved with great purpose. She has superb substance and held her topline well on the move presenting just the outline I was looking for. Well proportioned, quality head with well-placed ears, strong in neck flowing into well-placed shoulders. 2 Sutherland’s JACRANELLA SERENADE, Two litter sisters and so hard to separate! Both well boned and with a great spring of rib. Nicely and correctly angulated, well-muscled throughout, strong in loin and with well let down hocks. 1 just took the decision on head/expression. 3 Woodward’s SARABANDE BILLIE JEAN AT HINXWOOD (AI)

C (3, 1) 1 Jones SH CH JULITA RUMOURS AT TROSLEY – really took this class on her movement today as I found plenty to admire in both 1 and 2. Good front angulation in shoulders and hindquarters. Well coupled, strong in the rear with well-developed second thigh. Lovely head with required square-ish muzzle. 2 Clarke & Sherlock’s SH CH CRIMICAR SHE’S ELECTRICK WITH TIGERROCK JW – another cracker! Still young and I am sure she will continue to improve with maturity. Feminine head and expression. True straight movement throughout but not driving well today. Beautiful coat and condition.

V (2, 1) 1 Caldwell’s BOWDONIA BELLISSIMA FOR CERYSAN & BVB – 10 year old in great physical condition and moving soundly with drive. Well ribbed and coupled with plenty of good bone. Delightful head and expression.


SW (1 abs)

SS (1) 1 Burchmore & Hagger’s BOWDONIA BEDAZZLED AT LENAMORE – not in her best bib and tucker today but in excellent hard condition and powered round the ring with great purpose. Coat showing some signs of greying but her fitness was without doubt. Pleasing head and expression – well-made throughout.

GCDS (1) 1 Barkley’s CHERRYHEATH’S MISS VELOCITY JW – well put together girl in strong condition and moving soundly. Well ribbed and boned. Pleasing head.

Ruth Waller