Judge: TONY ALLCOCK MBE
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BEST OF BREED: CH BYQUY WORKIN BOOTS
BEST DOG: CH BYQUY WORKIN BOOTS
RES. BEST DOG: CH NERADMIK ALL ABOUT THE BOY FOR WATCHKEES
BEST BITCH: SZARYK APHRODITE AT VALINDALE
RES. BEST BITCH: GINETER CHRISTMAS ANGEL
BEST PUPPY: SZARYK APHRODITE AT VALINDALE
PUPPY DOG – NO ENTRIES
JUNIOR DOG – 1
1ST: LUSH’S EDNAARON MOONLIGHT
POST GRADUATE DOG – 2
1ST: ATKINSON’S WINKLESTAR SKOLL
2ND: EVANS’ AMIKIRS RIDER OF THE STORM AT CANTERWEY
LIMIT DOG – NO ENTRIES
OPEN DOG – 7, 1AB
1ST: MATTHEWS & PECK’S CH BYQUY WORKIN BOOTS
2ND: HARRIS’ CH NERADMIK ALL ABOUT THE BOY FOR WATCHKEES ShCM
3RD: HICKSON’S KICHIGAI’S ONLY THE LONLEY
RES: ROSE’S CH ROSSVALE MASTER OF DESTINY FOR ESORKEES
VHC: WILKES, CLARKE & PECK’S HELKEESEN SURFIN FOR DAKARAIKEES
SPECIAL BEGINNERS DOG – NO ENTRIES
GOOD CITIZEN DOG CLASS – NO ENTRIES
PUPPY BITCH – 1
1ST: MATTHEWS’ SZARYK APHRODITE AT VALINDALE
JUNIOR BITCH – NO ENTRIES
POST GRADUATE BITCH – 2
1ST: SHREEVE’S GINETER CHRISTMAS ANGEL
2ND: WILKES, CLARKE & PECK’S DAKARAIKEES SILVER CHARM
LIMIT BITCH – NO ENTRIES
OPEN BITCH – 3, 2AB
1ST: GREGORY’S CH AMIKIRS FABULICIOUS TIME JW
SPECIAL BEGINNERS BITCH – NO ENTRIES
GOOD CITIZEN BITCH CLASS – 1AB
JD (1 Entries) Abs: 0 1st: Lush’s Ednaaron Moonlight. Well off for coat in respect to colour and quantity. Masculine head with dark eyes, correct mouth, moderate rear angulation. OK for body length. Ideal length of neck leading to good shoulders and decent width of front. Sturdy and straight front legs, topline level wonderful high plume to his tail; OK rear angulation. Moved nicely in front.
PGD (2 Entries) Abs: 0 1st: Atkinson’s Winklestar Skoll. Excels in neck and depth of chest. Profuse coat of excellent quality, colour OK. Balanced head, correct muzzle, dark almond shape eyes. Moved well. 2nd: Evans’s Amikirs Rider Of The Storm At Canterwey. Balanced head, eyes and ears. Would prefer a touch more substance all through. Liked his coat colours and texture. Moved OK.
OD (7 Entries) Abs: 1 1st: Matthews & Peck’s Byquy Workin Boots. Gorgeous size, square and compact. Loved the colour distinction. Shown in good coat and condition. Excellent masculine head without coarseness, almond shaped dark eyes, good spectacles, complimentary length of neck, shoulders well laid, sturdy legs and padded tight feet. Body well ribbed with strong loins and quarters; tail correctly set on. Super mover holding a secure topline. I understand he had recently gained his title. BD & BOB. 2nd: Harris’s Ch Neradmik All About The Boy For Watchkees ShCM. Lovely for breed type and overall construction. Clearly an accomplished showman. Beautiful head shape, eyes and ears; loved the expression it all portrayed. He moved really well. Just coming back into coat so limited denseness of ruff. Close call between two worthy champions. RBD without hesitation. 3rd: Hickson & Hickson’s Kichigai’s Only The Lonely
PB (1 Entries) Abs: 0 1st: Matthews & Szaryk’s Aphrodite At Valindale. 8 months old and gorgeous with it too! Fabulous coat and furnishings. Defined distinction of markings. Lovely for size and shape and balanced in respect of substance and bone. Lovely expression given from dark appealing eyes, stop and balanced wedge all contained in a well-shaped skull. Neat triangular ears, well placed. Moved superbly for one so young. BB & BPIB.
PGB (2 Entries) Abs: 0 1st: Shreeve’s Gineter Christmas Angel. Nicely proportioned and having super bone and substance. Great shoulders, compact body and strong loins, excellent tail set. Moved very well coming and going. Presented in excellent coat and condition RBB. 2nd: Wilkes, Clarke & Peck’s Dakaraikees Silver Charm. Typical spitz head, well balanced, neat ears and good underjaw. Touch shorter in neck than 1. Strong rear angulations proved impressive rear propulsion.
OB (3 Entries) Abs: 2 1st: Gregory’s Ch Amikirs Fabulicious Time JW. Attractive feminine head with clear facial markings, good reach of neck and compact body shape, high set well plumed tail. Good for colouring; touch out of coat and with limited ruff. Moved and showed well.
Judge: Tony Allcock MBE