Tibetan Terriers Breeders & Owners Club. Open show. 14th Oct, 2018.
Vet. – 1(0)a
1st – Stuchbury’s – Nefertari Life On Mars at Kutula.
At over 8yrs young I find it hard to consider this boy a veteran, strong & fit with tight knit joints & hard muscle, stood well up on his toes & four square, moved even from behind & was sound & balanced, shown in nice full clean natural coat.
Min Puppy. – 2(1)a
1st – Green’s – Verony Dal Passato.
Of nice development & height for age (8mths), square in outline & showing a strong level topline for one so young, lively & animated on the move covering the ring well & showing off good ring presence.
Puppy. – 2(1)a
1st – Plummer & Bingham’s – Silgarhi Holy Smoke.
Head & face showing dark kind eyes & round nose of jet black pigment, muzzle of correct length & proportion, body developing well for 11mths with good depth of chest, coat coming on & starting to cover profusely, movement a bit wobbly & not tight yet but showed good amount of reach from the shoulder when viewed from the side.
Jnr. – 5(2)a
1st – Hearne’s – Snoanda Designer Label.
Well grown & developed for age showing a strong masculine head & outline, body of correct height & length with good amount of bone & muscletone, elbows tight in to shoulders, good spring of rib & tuck up of loin, legs well spaced apart & feet nicely rounded & large, movement was balanced & sound with an even steady gait with full natural coat flowing nicely.
2nd – McKinley’s – Tibetansky Some Like It Hot.
Slightly smaller & compact compared to 1st but still of sound construction & development, good strength of bone on legs & well placed feet, ample depth & width of chest, nicely muscled rear quarters which gave him good rear movement driving well from behind, shown lovely coat with very clean clear white markings on jet black coat.
3rd – Plummer & Bingham’s – Silgarhi Holy Smoke.
Yearling. – 4(1)a
1st – Jessop, Whitehead & Selby’s – Zilcan Jenson Button.
Of top height for a male but square in outline with good level topline & tail carried nicely over back, correct shoulder placement & elbows tight into body, good strong masculine head showing nice breed characteristics, powerful mover using his length of leg to stride out covering the ground well, nicely presented in superb coat & condition.
2nd – Plank’s – Rogell’s Victim Of The kick.
Appealing face & dark eyes, head not quite so masculine as 1st placing, adequate width of front & deep chest with good spring of rib & short loin, correct lay of shoulder, well accentuated bend of stifle, really nice covering & furnishing of coat all over with pure clean white parti markings, drove on up & down the ring moving with a positive action & fair length of stride.
3rd – Davies – Pinrow Dark Treasure.
P.Grad. – 4(1)a
1st – Plank’s – Araki All About Koori Bear.
Endearing boy of fair size & strength, good male headshape with darkest of eyes & with well placed ears, well constructed & developed in all departments with a good level topline & tailset, showed off a nice outline when standing, moved best in class using his forward reach & striding action to cover the ring effortlessly, another presented in full flowing natural coat that is one of the attractions of this breed.
2nd – Jessop, Whitehead & Selby’s – Zilcan Jenson Button.
3rd – White’s – Araki Fabulous Figtal.
Limit. – 2(1)a
1st – Jones’s – Dobriach The Only Way’s Essex.
Only one in the class but has got it all there, stands with an air of strong masculinity about him & showing a classy outline, of nice construction & conformation throughout, well balanced & sound on the move using an easy free flowing action that showed his fitness well, turned out in fully furnished natural coat & shown with a free rein he was certainly one of the best here today. Res Best Dog.
Open. – 6(1)a
1st – Green’s – Ch. Verony Veni Vidi Vici. Jw.
This one really stood out from the rest & oozed class & appeal, one found it hard to fault any part of him, stunning outline showing off a head & neck carriage that stayed strong at all times, conformation to the standard was as you would expect it to be, of the soundest construction & well put together, very fit with hard muscle & defined second thigh, movement was faultless & superb as he danced his way acroos the ring, shown with fully furnished clean natural parti coat & handled well, there was no question he should get the top award today. Best Dog & Best in Show.
2nd – Cherry’s – Lynces Whatever You Want. Sh Cm.
One of my top three here today & is a good honest all round boy that leaves no doubt about his masculinity, super male head carried up perfectly at all times, a strong square boy with a striking topline & outline that is very breed specific, showed lovely balance & soundness on the move, again, as one expects from this exhibitor the presentation is immaculate.
3rd – Stuchbury’s – Incalux Perchance To Dream About Kutula. Jw. Sh Cm.
Brace. – 1(0)a
1st – Davies.
Litter brother & sister of 20mths & very much like twins with matching black coats & large white blaizes on their chests, first timers at this & went all over the place, on the occasion when they moved together they did look a good pair, handled with patience, was great fun to watch a very sporting exhibitor having a go.
Judge. Chris Toynton.