Judge: Tony Allcock
No CCs on offer
BEST OF BREED: KICHIGAI BOY IS BACK IN TOWN FOR WATCHKEES
BEST DOG: KICHIGAI BOY IS BACK IN TOWN FOR WATCHKEES
RES. BEST DOG: CH SZARYK DUTCH BARGEMASTER WITH VALINDALE
BEST BITCH: KICHIGAI'S UPTOWN GIRL
RES. BEST BITCH: KWAJONGEN SHE'S A MUSE
BEST PUPPY: DIVNYI DRUG DAR
ENTERED/PRESENT: 24/23 no critique
MINOR PUPPY DOG – 1
1ST : BRUNT’S DIVNYI DRUG DAR
PUPPY DOG – NO ENTRIES
JUNIOR DOG – 2
1ST : HARRIS’ KICHIGAI BOY IS BACK IN TOWN FOR WATCHKEES
2ND : PECK’S KWAJONGEN HE’S A DANDY BYQUY
SPECIAL YEARLING DOG – NO ENTRIES
NOVICE DOG – 1
1ST : BRUNT’S DIVNYI DRUG DAR
POST GRADUATE DOG – 2
1ST : ROSE’S ROSSVALE ENDEAVOUR TO ESKORKEES
2ND : HARDING’S DAKARAIKEES HARISTOTLE
LIMIT DOG – 2
1ST : PATTISON’S SERENAUBACH FULL OF WONDER
2ND : BRUNT’S ZANDVOORT UP AN PURRSONAL (AI)
OPEN DOG – 3
1ST : MATTHEWS & RANSLEY’S CH SZARYK DUTCH BARGEMASTER WITH VALINDALE
2ND : HICKSON’S CH KICHIGAI’S ONLY THE LONLEY
3RD : BENNETT’S BYQUY RICH GENT
VETERAN DOG – 1
1ST : BENNETT’S ZANVOORT DREAMSTONE BVIS
BREEDERS DOG – NO ENTRIES
NOT BRED BY EXHIBITOR – NO ENTRIES
MINOR PUPPY BITCH – NO ENTRIES
PUPPY BITCH – NO ENTRIES
JUNIOR BITCH – 2
1ST : HICKSON’S KICHIGAI’S UPTOWN GIRL
2ND : AXFORD & SHERWOOD KWAJONGEN SHE’S A MODEL FOR BYQUY
SPECIAL YEARLING BITCH – 1
1ST : BRUNT’S ALMAZNYI ISTOCHNIK KADRIL ZADORNAYA
NOVICE BITCH – NO ENTRIES
POST GRADUATE BITCH – 1
1ST : BRUNT’S ALMAZNIY ISTOCHNIK VOLOGODSKIE KRUZHEVA
LIMIT BITCH – 4
1ST : MATTHEWS’ SZARYK APHRODITE AT VALINDALE
2ND : REDLER & WHEATLEY’S BYQUY KINKY BOOTS AT KEITAKEES
3RD : PATTISON’S EASTKEES THE SUNBIRD
4TH : AXFORD & SHERWOOD’S LILLI MARLINA OF WATERMYTH
OPEN BITCH – 1
1ST : REDLER & WHEATLEY’S KEITAKEES ASLEEP IN THE BACK
VETERAN BITCH – 2
1ST : DIVERS’ IR CH KICHIGAI RARE EDITION AT MURMANSK
2ND : HARDING’S AMIKIRS AMOUR
BREEDERS BITCH – 2, 1AB
1ST : CLARK’S KWAJONGEN SHE’S A MUSE
NOT BRED BY EXHIBITORS BITCH – 1
1ST : HARDING’S AMIKIRS AMOUR
Special Award Classes
Judge: Mr Krystyan Greenland
Thank you to the Committee for the wonderful invition to judge the special award classes at the Club Show. This is a delightful breed with so much personality and I certainly had some top quality exhibits to assess and no absentees on the day. All the dogs were beautifully prepared. Many thanks for a lovely day. Thanks too to my excellent ring stewards.
Special Yearling Dog/Bitch (3,0)
1st: Hickson’s Kichigai’s Uptown Girl. A little super star in the making. Wonderful head with typical Kees expression. Good wedge. Skull to muzzle equal in proportion. Dark muzzle. Dark eyes of almond shape. Small, neat ears set just the right distance apart. Typical spectacles/markings present. Moderate length to neck. Moderate angulation fore and aft and square in outline. Chest developing well. Firm topline. Strong loins. Tail is high set. Has enough daylight underneath her. Moderate bone. Coat perhaps a tad soft at present, but, I’d say, correct for age. Feet cat like. Excellent mover in profile and out and back. Correct colour with no hint of tawnyness. A little glamour puss without being overdone in anyway. Sure fire future Champ.
2nd: Axford & Sherwood’s Kwajongen She’s A Model For Byquy. 15months and more mature than 1st. Head stronger than 1st, but still has good wedge and equal muzzle to skull. Bit bolder in eye than 1st and not such a pleasing expression. Dark eyes. Ears look small and correct ivy leaf shape. Typical spectacles. Neck medium in length with slight arch. Moderate angulation fore and aft. Rather long on body – could be more square in outline, but this was emphasised by the fact that she was totally naked today. Good bone. Chest deep, but a tad wide which shows in her front gait. Tail set is high enough. Sound in profile action.
3rd: Brunt’s Almznyi Istochinik Kadril Zandornya (Imp Rus). Very foxy, attractive, wedge shape to head with good dark eyes, lovely small well set ears and correct spectacles. Correct ratios of muzzle to skull. Dark muzzle. Neck is rather short. More upright in shoulder and stifles than 1st and 2nd. Back is short, but almost too short for length of leg. Short, firm loins. High set tail. Very nice texture to coat, but colour looks slightly brown tinged (the light didn’t really help.) Movement is overly short stepping for my preference and rather close behind. Very well presented and handle
Special Limit Dog/Bitch (4,0)
1st: Peck’s Kwajongen He’s A Dandy Byquy. Upstanding dog of much quality. Masculine but showing no coarseness, with nice dark muzzle. Flat skull. Wedge is good. Muzzle maybe just a fraction long. Lovely dark eyes of good shape and are set obliquely. Correct spectacle markings. Ears correct size for balance to head and well set. Good length of neck leading into shoulders that are well set. Enough return to upper arm. Chest reaches to elbow and has enough breadth. Ribs carried well back. Square in outline. Short loins. Firm topline. Stifles show moderate bend and balance front. Strong hocks. High set tail. Excellent coat for texture and clear colour. Moves with purpose and enough scope in profile. Needs to just control his exuberance on the out and back. Another who should reach the elite circles.
2nd: Redler & Wheatley’s Byquy Kinky Boots at Keitakees. 3 year old bitch who is extremely attractive. Built on good lines all through. Head is balanced. Perhaps a shade narrow through the back skull but not overly so. Eyes of good dark colour, almond shaped and obliquely set. Correct spectacle markings. Muzzle to skull ratio equal. Ears small. Neck moderate in length. Moderate angulation all through. Body shape was square enough. Good daylight under her. Chest deep and reaches to elbow. Ok for width. Tail set ok. Short of coat on the day. Moves soundly and precisely. Coat good for texture and colour.
3rd: Axford & Sherwood’s Lilli Marlina At Watermyth. Head presents a decent wedge, but a little stronger than I prefer. Eyes are a little full, but ok for colour. Correct spectacle markings. Ears ok for shape and set. Moderate length to neck. Not so well constructed as 1st and 2nd. Rather longer in body. Firm topline. Tail set a tad low. Moves very soundly in all directions.
Special Open Dog/Bitch (3,0)
1st: Clark’s Kwajongen She’s A Muse. I thought this one was a cracker. Beautiful head and expression. Flat skull and equal muzzle to skull. Dark muzzle with enough underjaw. Excellent wedge shape to head. Expressive dark eyes of excellent almond shape and obliquely set. Correct spectacle markings. Ears could be a fraction smaller but are very well set. Great neck leading into excellent shoulders. Good return to upper arm. Well boned. Deep chest to elbows and also has ideal width for a bitch. Square in body shape. Ribs extend back. Firm topline. Strong short loins. Turn of stifle is correct for the breed. Defined hocks. High set tail. Excellent coat for colour and texture. Liked her for size. Good daylight underneath. Super movement which is brisk and free with enough ground coverage to be typical for the breed. Top class lady who I have no doubt will carry her title soon. Very impressive.
2nd: Brunt’s Zandvoort Up An Purrsonal (AI). A strong boy and up to size. Certainly enjoying his day. Lovely temperament. Eyes good for shape and set. Flat skull. Muzzle a tad long. Dark muzzle. Ears look rather large. Enough stop. Moderate length to neck. Shoulders display moderate angulation. Square enough in outline. Good deep chest with enough breadth. Stifles moderately bent. Tail is set on a tad low, but is carried over the back. Moves soundly. Coat good for texture.
3rd: Redler & Wheatley’s Keitakees Asleep In The Back. Bitch of a nice size. Eyes dark and almond shaped. Correct spectacle markings. Muzzle rather too pointed and slightly weak in underjaw. Ears look rather large for ideal balance. Moderate length to neck. Moderate angulation. Slightly long in body, unfortunately enhanced by a slightly low set tail. Coat of typical colour. Moves particularly soundly in all directions, but perhaps not with the brisk action I expect of this breed. Very well handled and presented.