Belfast Dog Show
29th September 2018
WHWT: PD (1) 1. Jenkins, Crockett & Western’s Havasu Hear me Roar. Lovely youngster to start the day off with. Outgoing, active and confident, head developing well, nice expression, good bite, nicely proportioned body, in good coat for age, moved free and parallel. BP and PG2.
JD (2) 1. Burns’ Burneze Wild at Heart. Very close decision on these two exhibits, liked them both, strong masculine head, compact strong body, well angulated rear quarters, just held shape better on the move. Res DCC. 2. Berry’s Ashgate Star Gazer. Well filled out head, neat ears, good neck and shoulders, not as positive in topline as 1, moved out OK.
LD (1) 1. Berry’s Karamynd Star Player with Ashgate. Niceley matured dog and presented in very good order, very good head, nice ear carriage, strong neck with well placed shoulders, short level back with good tail set, in very good coat, moved freely. Dog CC. O (0).
PB (2.1) 1. Burns’ Burneze Follow My Lead. Almost 12 months old, feminine appearance but head just needs to finish more, well made body, coat coming on well, not always settling on the move and a little close behind. JB (1) 1. Ash’s Hillcloud Sleet. Just 12 months and in good order, good skull and ear set, well proportioned head, nice body with well set tail, not always happy on the move. PGB (2.2) Abs.
LB (1) 1. Griffiths’ Karamynd Guilded Lily. Nice overall size and balance, clean outline and presented nice view in profile, good head with neat eye and ears, strong muscular neck flowing well into short level back, well set tail, coat in good order, moved well. Res BCC.
OB (4.2) 1. Burns’ Ch Burneze Our Marnie. Very pleasing type and a pleasure to go over, deserves all accolades previously attributed to her, liked overall size and appearance and lots of positive attributes to admire, coat in tip top order, moved with ease and style, presented and shown in first class order. Bitch CC, BOB and G3. 2. Fryer’s Hopecharm Bit of a Fruitcake. Larger type than 1 but all in proportion, nicely made throughout, coat in good condition, not always settling on the move.
Max King (Judge)