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Show Critiques
Judges Critique
Miss Lucy Reader (Kaniboo)
3rd September 2016
Firstly can I apologies for the slight delay in issuing my critique, I learnt the hard way that when your laptop says not to turn it off during an update it really does mean it! Thank goodness all my documents could be recovered though.
I would like to thank the officers and committee for such a warm welcome to your show. I thoroughly enjoyed my days judging and would like to thank all the exhibitors for their sporting behaviour. Amazing how much more positive the atmosphere is at shows when exhibitors just make the effort to clap when class results are announced. I was pleased to find bad mouths not as common place in Scotland as in other areas of the country ive judged in the last couple of years.

Class 1 - Veteran Dog
2 entries, no absentees
1. Smith – Craigdean Franks a Million at Luanshya – Blue roan dog of almost 11 years of age, loved this boys width of rear moment and good reach on front movement, good spring of rib, short in body and plenty of width across the loin. Later went on to be awarded BVIS well done.
2. Murray – Strathturret Moonwalker ShCm – Blue roan dog of 7 years, good reach of neck, pleasing outline when stacked, just preferred the movement of the class winner.

Class 2 – Minor Puppy Dog
2 entries, no absentees
1. Yilmaz – Kalispell Kisim Kelpie – Blue roan dog of just 6 months of age, correct head, dark eyes giving the correct expression, good reach of neck flowing into well placed shoulders, well boned throughout, such a happy boy on the move, a quality minor puppy from any angle,BPD & BPIS well done.
2. Mason – Lynshow Kubba –Black dogs of 8 months of age, strong masculine head, loved his reach of neck, very well off for bone, just needs to get a bit more confidence to flourish.

Class 3 – Puppy Dog
4 entries, no absentees
1. Adams – Winburn Night Owl – Black dog with oodles of coat, cant wait to see this dog in his adult coat as his coat is top quality and will gleam like glass. He has a beautiful head and dark eyes, good bone, big ribs, nice rear angulation. Strongly considered for BPD.
2. Reid – Shanaz Stoater – Blue roan dog, correct reach of neck, loved his beautiful straight front movement and such unbelievably tight paws that were trimmed to perfection. Just preferred the depth and spring of rib of the winner.
3. Scotland – Ya Got Trouble

Class 4 – Junior Dog
4 entries, no absentees
1. Williams – Gallinagos Gold Finger – Gold dog, won the class on his lovely front construction and angluation, masculine head and dark eyes, ample spring of rib, good rear angulation.
2. Scotland – Butter Pecan – Orange roan dog, very masculine head, loved his reach of neck and holds a lovely outline both stacked and on the move.
3. Devine – Devmont Definitely Maybe

Class 5 – Maiden Dog
1 entry, no absentees
1. Adams – Whinburn Night Owl

Class 6 – Novice Dog
No entries

Class 7 – Special Yearling Dog
1 entry, no absentees
1. Flowers – Totenkopf Dutch Magician JW – quality black dog, masculine head, loved his reach of neck, so short and compact, good rear angulation with correct short hocks. Moved with purpose.

Class 8 – Undergraduate Dog
2 entries, no absentees
1. McCabe – Grandtully Aarto – black dog who excels in rear angulation giving a lovely driving action when on the move, beholds a masculine head, correct reach of neck, strong top line.
2. Murray – Strathturret Time Will Tell – lightly framed blue dog, delicate head, moved with enthusiasm.

Class 9 – Graduate Dog
3 entries, 1 absentee
It was a very close decision between these two boys
1. Neatham – Shoogsea Indiana Jones – Blue roan dog, lovely short and compact body with plenty of width across the loin, holds a strong top line both stacked and on the move
2. Maclean – Lynwater Spun Yarn – orange roan dog, unlucky to meet the class winner, good reach of neck flowing into powerful shoulders, just preferred the shortness in body of the class winner.

Class 10 – Post Graduate Dog
4 entries, no absentees
1. Pollock – Thurness The Illusionist – black and tan dog, lovely boy, excels in neck and shoulders, so short and compact, correct balanced outline, lovely rear angulation, moved well and really well presented.
2. Flowers – Totenkopf Magic Touch JW – black and tan dog of a stronger type than the class winner, masculine in head, plenty of spring of rib and strong rear angulation.
3. Bodzak – Briconess Solar Flare

Class 11 – Limit Dog
5 entries, 2 absentees
1. Mason & Robertson – Lynshow Kuckoo with Zheridons JW ShCm – black dog that I judged as a puppy and im so pleased to see how well he has developed. The best of heads for me, he is masculine but without exaggeration giving that correct melting expression, very well off for bone, has oodles of depth encased in strong shoulders. Plenty of reach of neck and strong top line, love his rear angulation, absolutely flew around the ring, presented in excellent good coat and condition. Pushed hard in the challenge and I was delighted to award him RBD.
2. Cartney – Carlundies Cooper – blue roan dog, lovely head and eye, excels in rear angulation providing such a pronounced rear movement. Beautifully presented, just preferred the spring of rib of the class winner.
3. Rodger – Pembrokegate Dandy Lad

Class 12 – Open Dog
6 entries, 1 absentee
1. Todd & Rahman – Lynwater Classic Design – blue dog who oozes quality and such a character. Lovely masculine head and dark eye, straight front, short and compact in body, excels in rear angulation, lovely presentation and moved like a rocket. BD & RBIS
2. Yilmaz – Kalispell Kapow – loved this orange boy, such a sweet expression, excellent outline, strong throughout but not overdone. Unfortunate to meet the class winner.
3. Smith – Craigdean Callimakokr at Luanshya ShCm

Class 13 – Veteran Bitch
2 entries, 1 absentee
1. Murray – Strathturret Boogie Woogie ShCm – light framed blue bitch of 7 years of age, such a sweetie with lovely dark eyes, short in body, moved ok.

Class 14 – Minor Puppy Bitch
2 entries, no absentees
1. Kennedy & Waddington – Kenwad Coco Chanel – Chocolate roan bitch who is short and compact in body, oozed in depth of chest and has a lovely lay of shoulders, moved well. BPB
2. Craig – Rancecraig Rock and Roll – blue roan bitch, longer cast than the class winner, feminine head and dark eye giving a lovely gentle expression.

Class 15 – Puppy Bitch
6 entries, 2 absentees
What a difficult class, the first two golden bitches were both lovely in their own rights but of two totally different types.
1. Rahman & McCabe – Sally Od Bukove Studanky – very traditional type of golden bitch, such a sweet expression from her feminine head and dark eyes. Short and compact giving a lovely outline both stacked and on the move, moved well.
2. Clelland – Rosieloch Dutch Pantaloons – another lovely golden bitch just preferred the head and darker eyes of the class winner. This bitch excels in spring of rib and has plenty of width across the loin.
3. Maclean – Lynwater Gypsy

Class 16 – Junior Bitch
3 entries, no absentees
1. Duncan – Bartonholm Bellisima – blue bitch of just 12 months of age but one who just oozes quality from nose to tail. Best of heads, good reach of neck, correct angulation both in shoulders and rear quarters, she has plenty of depth of chest and spring of rib, is short and compact in body. Moves like a dream giving drive and precision in movement, presented to perfection. Without doubt my BB & BIS winner and I wish you all the very best for the future as without doubt it’s a bright one with much fun ahead.
2. Pollock – Thurness Shadow Dreams – feminine black bitch with a good head, ample reach of neck, short in body correct outline, just a shame she has lost a tad of her wonderful coat at the moment.
3. Robertson – Molkara Magic Tartan with Zheridons

Class 17 – Maiden Bitch
3 entries, no absentees
1. Clelland – Rosieloch Dutch Pantaloons
2. Skarek – Rachel Skar-line Colour Range – blue bitch beholding a good outline, moved well, just preferred the short body of the class winner
3. Bevilacqua – Whinburn A Stitch In Time

Class 18 – Novice Bitch
3 entries, no absentees
1. Bodzak – Kenan Korona – black bitch in the most fabulous coat and condition. Loved this bitches outline strong but not overdone, excels in correctly placed well developed shoulders, lovely and short in body, impressive rear angulation, moved really well. Strongly considered for top honours.
2. Clelland – Rosieloch Dutch Pantaloons
3. Craig – Della Fiumana Time To Rock (Imp Cro)

Class 19 – Special Yearling Bitch
1 entry, no absentees
1. McManus – Misperros Silver Bell from Briarhill – blue bitch of such an honest type, lovely to go over, correct shoulders, excels in depth of chest and a big spring of rib. Covered the ground with ease and drive.

Class 20 – Undergraduate Bitch
5 entries, 1 absentee
1. McManus – Misperros Silver Bell from Briarhill
2. Maclean – Tipperlin Traviata – Orange roan, good reach of neck flowing nicely into well placed shoulders, well boned with lovely tight paws, moved well and very well handled,  just preferred the depth of chest of class winner
3. Neatham – Shoogsea Jessica Rabbit

Class 21 – Graduate Bitch
2 entries, 2 absentees

Class 22 – Post Graduate Bitch
4 entries, 1 absentree
1. Mitchell – Buddonness Little Lady – blue roan bitch of a lovely type, loved her angulation both fore and after and excels in spring of rib, ultra short and compact in body with plenty of depth and width, moved well.
2. Scotland – Think of Me – orange roan bitch, loved her short compact body, just preferred the height on front leg of the class winner.
3. Gray – Shadowview Look at Me

Class 23 – Limit Bitch
3 entries, 1 absentee
1. Adams – Whinburn Abracadabra ShCm – black bitch who excels in rear angulation and lovely short hocks allowing an amazing driving action when on the move. Beautiful outline with a strong topline both stacked and on the move, sweet head and eye, beautifully presented, RBB well done.
2. Gray – Shadowview Look at Me – blue bitch, ample spring of rib, lovely tight paws, preferred movement of the class winner.
Class 24 – Open Bitch
2 entries, 1 absentee
1. Garrett – Carmelfair Dorada – blue bitch loved her straight positive fore movement and correct tail carriage, short in body.

Class 25 – Special Beginners
1 entry, no absentees
1. Hynd – Scomar Magic Flute – black and white bitch, balanced head, ample reach of neck, good width on the rear when on the move, moved well

Class 26 – Val Smith Memorial Stakes – Open
2 entries, no absentees
1. McManus – Misperros Silver Bell from Briarhill
2. Hynd – Scomar Magic Flute






 
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