Special Award Classes
Cavalier Society Championship Show 3rd August 2019. Doncaster
First of all, I would like to thank the Committee for inviting me to come over from Sweden to judge the Special Award (SAC) classes at their 50th anniversary championship show. I also want to thank Gordon, my ring steward, for his help in the smooth running of these classes. And of course to the exhibitors for giving me such a great entry and some really lovely Cavaliers to go over. Always a pleasure to come over to your country where I find a friendly atmosphere and great sportsmanship. I had a lovely day and enjoyed every minute of it.
Special Award Classes
1. Renaud's Ellenaud Oliver Twist – Blenheim boy 8 months old with a lovely head and soft expression. Well set ears. Dark and round eyes. Good pigment. Beautiful neck leading into a level top line. Correct tail set. Well broken coat with richest of chestnut colour of good quality. Moved nicely coming and going with great character and attitude.
2. Knight's Queen Of Hearts De Los Kodiak – Sweet Blenheim bitch of 10 months. Lovely size and type. Feminine head and expression. Dark, soft eyes. Beautiful head with well-set ears. Correct teeth and bite. Good coat and lovely, rich colour. Moved easily keeping a level top line.
3. Coole's Jolainey Finlay
Res. Waters & Bryson's Sweetbriar Soprano
VHC. Potter's Toyswood Sophie
1. Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Kyle – Very attractive Blenheim dog of 15 months. Loved everything about him. So well made with a beautiful classic head and gentle expression. Beautiful, dark eyes that almost looked into your soul. He is a lovely size and shape. Elegant arched neck. Great posture and a firm top line. Well angulated in front and rear. Soft and silky coat in smashing condition. Moved around the ring as if he owned it.
2. Potter's Toyswood China Girl – Loved this 13 months Black&Tan bitch as soon as she entered the ring and she didn't disappoint. Sweet feminine head and expression. Dark eyes and well set and long feathered ears. Correct teeth. Loved her size and shape and how she carried herself around the ring. Lovely temperament.
3. Rogerson's Raybymar Nancey Drew
Res. Colavecchia's Carolus Miss Elise
VHC. Waters & Bryson's Sweetbriar Sorbet
1. Levy & Sedgwick's Pascavale Haiden – Sitting here writing my report I found myself thinking where do I start with this lovely boy. There is so much to say. I kind of want to start with "Goosebumps". This Blenheim dog at 17 months had everything I could wish for. He has the most beautiful classic head and expression. Soft, big, dark and round eyes. Dense pigmentation. Well set, feathered ears. Super balance with a lovely shaped body. Well angulated front and rear. Lovely coat and colouring and shown in tip top condition. Moved so well and carried himself with grace around the ring covering the ground with ease and accuracy. Just loved him
2. Tarabad & Whitman's Khatibi Bark Obama – Black&Tan dog who at 4 years shines like the star he is. So well made and correctly put together. Loved his size and he has the gentlest expression. Good pigmentation and rich tan colour. Black shiny silky coat in good condition. Moves easily with drive around the ring. A boy with a friendly and the happiest temperament. A real showman.
3. Stahl's Delight For Me Vom Kaninchengarten
Res. McMurray's Harana Jack Jones At Merryoth
VHC. Greenhalgh's Verheyen Apache At Lacervali