Judge: ALBERT WHITE
CCs on offer
BEST OF BREED: CH NERADMIK ALL ABOUT THE BOY FOR WATCHKEES
BEST DOG: CH NERADMIK ALL ABOUT THE BOY FOR WATCHKEES
RES. BEST DOG: KICHIGAI'S ONLY THE LONLEY
BEST BITCH: LACETROM SHUNA
RES. BEST BITCH: IR CH KICHIGAI RARE EDITION AT MURMANSK
BEST PUPPY: ROSSVALE HIDDEN AGENDA
PUPPY DOG – 5, 1AB
1ST : MCCOY’S ROSSVALE HIDDEN AGENDA
2ND : ROSE’S ROSSVALE ENDEAVOUR TO ESORKEES
3RD : ATHERTON’S SHELDERON SEVEN FOR A SECRET
RES : STEPHENSON’S KEEZBERN NOCTURNE OF SHADOW
JUNIOR DOG – 2
1ST : CRAIG’S FLATMEER FLORISEL
2ND : ATHERTON’S SHELDERON SEVEN FOR A SECRET
POST GRADUATE DOG – 4, 1AB
1ST : MURRAY’S FLATMEER FLIGHTBERRY
2ND : GRAHAMSLAW’S SHELDERON SPIRIT WALKER
3RD : SHEPHERD’S LYNTOVA I AM LEGEND (IKC) ShCM
LIMIT DOG – 5, 2AB
1ST : KERR’S LEVI ALTERE V KEES UIT DE POLDERS (IMP NLD)
2ND : ANDERSON’S SAMOYKEES FINIANS MOON
3RD : SHEPHERD’S KICHIGAI LORD OF THE DANCE ShCM
OPEN DOG – 5, 1AB
1ST : HARRIS’ CH NERADMIK ALL ABOUT THE BOY FOR WATCHKEES ShCM JW
2ND : HICKSON’S KICHIGAI’S ONLY THE LONLEY
3RD : MILES & DEAN’S CH NERADMIK FAMILY AFFAIR WITH LEKKERBEK
RES : MILES & DEAN’S CH NERADMIK KISS CHASE WITH LEKKERBEK
VETERAN DOG – 1
1ST : WILKES’ HELKEESEN SURFIN AT DAKARAIKEES
SPECIAL BEGINNERS DOG – 5, 1W/D
1ST : CRAIG’S FLATMEER FLORISEL
2ND : JOHNSTON’S VANSTRAND THUNDERBALL AT CARASPITZ
3RD : MURRAY’S FLATMEER FLIGHTBERRY
RES : SHEPHERD’S LYNTOVA I AM LEGEND (IKC) ShCM
PUPPY BITCH – 1
1ST : ATHERTON’S SHELDERON SWEET SURPRISE
JUNIOR BITCH – 3, 1AB
1ST : MCQUEEN’S SERENAUBACH FULL OF MYSTERY
2ND : ATHERTON’S SHELDERON SWEET SURPRISE
POST GRADUATE BITCH – 3, 2AB
1ST : BELL’S FOXIFAYRE KEEP THE FAITH WITH ALLFORUS (AI)
LIMIT BITCH – 5, 1AB
1ST : GATE’S LACETROM SHUNA ShCM
2ND : WILKES, CLARKE & PECK’S DAKARAIKEES SILVER CHARM
3RD : PALMER’S SHELDERON SUPER STELLER
RES : GRAHAMSLAW’S SHELDERON SECRET SERENADE
OPEN BITCH – 2, 1AB
1ST : HICKSON’S CH KICHIGAI MAGIC DANCER JW
VETERAN BITCH – 2
1ST : DIVERS’ IR CH KICHIGAI RARE EDITION AT MURMANSK BV
2ND : GATE’S LACETROM CRUIVIE ShCM
SPECIAL BEGINNERS BITCH – 1
1ST : JOHNSTON’S CARASPITZ IF I COULD DREAM
GOOD CITIZEN DOG SCHEME BITCH – 1
1ST : KERR’S CARASPITZ GOOD LUCK CHARM
PD (5,1) This was a close contest between litter brothers! They are a nice pair of promising youngsters which score in head pattern, with good eyes and stop definition and both were presented in excellent coat. I felt the winner was that bit more filled out in muzzle and was slightly wider in upper thigh which allowed him better rear action as the went around the ring together. It will be interesting to see how they finish. 1 & BP, McCoy’s Rossvale Hidden Agenda. 2 Rose’s Rossvale Endeavour To Esorkees. 3 Atherton’s Shelderon Seven For A Secret.
JD (2) 1 Craig’s Flatmeer Florisel. I think this is a most promising youngster with that air of quality, especially his head, eyes and expression good spectacle definition all of which are enhanced by him having a well arched neck of decent length which he uses to good advantage. His compact body shows a decent spring and depth of rib, the tail well set and carried and his profile action is balanced and purposeful. Presented in first class coat he should have a rosy future. 2 S Seven For A Secret. This is just a baby and is not nearly so schooled as to what is expected of him in the showring. He has a very nice head, neat ears and has so expressive eyes. His ribs are very well sprung and his jacket was impeccably presented. Just needs ring training!
PGD (4, 1) 1 Murray’s Flatmeer Flightberry. I see he is litter brother to Florisel and he shares many of his virtues. He is really well ribbed, decent layback in shoulder, correctly set and carried tail and is so well coated. His side viewed action is so balanced with fair reach and drive. He is a most co-operative showman and deserved the red card here. His head is very good but I feel his brother has the edge in outline as he has the better reach in neck. 2 Grahamslaw’s Shelderon Spirit Walker. Lots to like in this very handsome headed chap who was, unfortunately, lacking in undercoat so his topcoat was flat. I liked the quality of his head with especially notable eye and expression, well defined stop, excellent pigmentation and good side action. His lack of coat was more evidenced when action fore viewed as he was a bit wider than I would want. 3 Shepherd’s Lyntova I Am Legend (IKC).
LD (5, 2) 1 Kerr’s Levi Altere V Kees Uit De Polders (Imp NDL). This is a nicely coloured and coated chap but he is a bit of a fidget and must learn how to stand and show off his virtues. I liked his head, such neat ears, dark and so alive eyes, just about enough neck, well ribbed and in good bloom. Side action balanced but he is a bit close going away and was toeing in when coming towards me. 2 Anderson’s Samoykees Finians Moon. A wealth of lovely textured and coloured jacket aids his cause. His head is all male, not quite the softness in eye of the winner so his expression less appealing. Good neck, so well ribbed, tail set bang on and he is amply angulated aft. Bit loose in pastern and he was another who was close behind in action. 3 Shepherd’s Kichigai Lord Of The Dance ShCM.
OD (5, 1) 1, CC & BOB, Harris’ Ch Neradmik All About The Boy For Watchkees ShCM JW. My Res CC winner when I judged the breed at Crufts a couple of years ago and time has only served to prove how right I was!! For sheer type he had to win. That lovely headpiece, stunning eyes and ears giving that much desired expression, well arched neck, compact body and a wealth of good textured coat. Shows his head off and is sound in action. A great credit to his breeder. 2 & Res CC, Hickson’s Kichigai’s Only The Lonely. Another extremely charming and ever so handsome headed example of the breed. His gorgeous eyes will win many fans, I’m sure. His construction is correct and balanced, his presentation was first class and is so sound when moving. Not quite the super rear angulation of the winner but should gain his title. 3 Miles & Dean’s Ch Neradmik Family Affair With Lekkerbek.
VD (1) 1 Wilkes’ Helkeesen Surfin At Dakaraikees. Looks much younger than his years. Nice head, delightful expression, has retained a well shaped ribcage and was in good coat. Moved out with a free step.
Sp Beg D (5) 1 & Best Sp Beg., F Florizel. 2 Johnston’s Vanstrand Thunderball At Caraspitz. Nice for size, well groomed and he is a good height. Pleasing head, dark eyes, enough neck and carries his tail well. Not quite the free balanced profile action of the winner.
PB (1) 1 Atherton’s Shelderon Sweet Surprise. Totally feminine little package with that bright and so alive expression that youth can show. She has a pretty head, neat ears, level back and just needs a shade more forechest but that should come with maturity. Quite balanced in side action.
JB (3, 1) 1 Queen’s Serenaubach Full Of Mystery. Won here on her maturity. Well balanced head with a decent foreface and well set ears. Sufficient arch to her neck, very good spring and depth of rib, well set and carried tail and loves to show. Action fine in profile but I felt she was a bit close going away. 2 S. Sweet Surprise.
PGB (3, 2) 1 Bell’s Foxifayre Keep The Faith With Allforus (AI). Good size, ample substance throughout, compact in body with a nice layback in shoulder. Enough neck, in excellent coat and pleasing side action. Nicely headed with a good eye for shape, colour and expression.
LB (5, 1) 1 & CC, Gate’s Lacetrom Shuna ShCM. I really liked this bitch as I feel she has that air of quality that comes when everything pleases the eye. This girl so balanced, is well bodied and coated, moves out with elan and purpose and then shows her head off on the stack. And what a good head it is. So balanced, ample width in skull, super eyes and ears which she uses non stop. Finally her action which for me was the most fluent of day. Un-exaggerated yet so effective. Should make up. 2 Wilkes, Clarke & Peck’s Dakaraikees Silver Charm. Another bitch with much to like. Good size, well off for bone, excellent legs and feet and scores in ribbing and muscletone. Well groomed and coated, her side action is balanced but she was that tad wider in front when coming towards me. Her head handles well, the ears well set and she has that quizzical expression which always appeals. 3 Palmer’s Shelderon Super Stellar.
OB (2,1) 1 Hickson’s Ch Kichigai Magic Dancer JW. Such a worthy titleholder but just not so outgoing on the stack or when moving as those I put over her. She has an air of quality with such a good head, lovely eyes shape and colour, sufficient neck and well ribbed Just lacked some ooomph on the day.
VB (2) 1, BV & Res CC, Divers’ Ir Ch Kichigai Rare Edition At Murmansk Jun Ch. A new face to me and looks like she has supped at the cup of youth. A credit in all respects, has that glad to be alive look, rarin to go on the move, presented to perfection and she has such a delightful head and expression. Never tired and in the challenge she was such a serious contender. Would be a deserved UK Ch. 2 Gate’s Lacetrom Cruivie ShCM. Another very good quality bitch from this affix. Has style, is well constructed, was in excellent coat condition and she responds so well to her handler. I liked her head quality and expression. Not quite the litheness of the winner in action.
Sp Beg B (1) 1 Johnston’s Caraspitz If I Could Dream. Pleasing for size and shape, lovely temperament, not quite too co-operative on the move to show herself off to best advantage. Pleasing head and she seemed to be enjoying her day out.
GCB (1) 1 Kerr’s Caraspitz Luck Charm. As with most I judge in all breeds, the Citizens ones are always something special. Her expression is a delight, soft kind eyes ever alert, in quite good coat and she has a firm, well muscled body.