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ISLE OF ELY CS        2 Feb 2018

ISLE EARLY PUPPY STAKE (85-44A)

This class was quality in depth, one of the best lineups I have seen, and definitely one of the hardest to judge.
1st Walls’ Jack Russell, Mulan Dei Due Leoni (Imp Italy) this young lady took my eye the minute she walked into the ring, total confidence with a hint of arrogance, her head in my opinion was superb, the expression was soft and feminine but with a glint in her eyes, good bone and muscle throughout, moved out with purpose.
2nd Mycroft’s Doberman, Supeta Put A Spell On You, another superb girl, keen feminine expression with dark eyes, in profile she stood proud, her reach and drive was a joy to watch.
3rd Coates Beagle, Irinstyle Eagle in Flight to Gladstyle (Imp Rus)
4th Richardsons Irish Setter, Gwendariff I’m Foolproof
5th Gee’s Norfolk, Watercroft To Coin A Phrase

CLUMBER SPANIEL
P 3-1
1st Rugman’s  Suelynda Tomahawk Over Dimenglo, strong head with dark eyes and correct dentition, well laid shoulders onto straight front, deep well sprung chest into strong loin, well angled muscular rear, which showed in his driving action. BP
2nd Styles Tweedsmuir Mimitae To Ragellie, another lovely youngster, all the attributes of 1, but a bit behind in maturity
J 2-1
1st Dawson’s Beskerby Luminescent, feminine girl with the sweetest expression, dark soulful eyes, strong neck onto strong straight front, well boned with good muscle definition throughout, presented in good coat, moving she was all a Clumber should be. BOB

DANDIE DINMONT
J 1
1st Stanley’s Sokrovische Gardariki Astory At Waffelin, stood alone but worthy winner, lovely feminine head and expression, well balanced throughout, correct topline kept on the move, presented in good coat. Res BOB
PG 2
1st Stanley’s Sokrovische Gardariki Aristokrat At Waffelin, head with good proportions and large eyes, straight front, deep chest, good length of back with rise over loin, muscular rear with well let down hocks, moved out with ease.
2nd Cavanagh’s  German Dandies’ Zorro At Puddockswell, pepper with an appealing expression, good muscle throughout, correct topline, moved out well.
O 4
1st Sleight & Dixon’s Mishahda Where It All Began, I liked this young girl, she was really enjoying herself, in tiptop condition, with good muscalature throughout, ideal quarters fore and aft, deep chest, correct topline, her driving movement was a joy to watch. BOB
2nd Stanley’s Honey Hope Ze Zihelske Zahardy At Waffelin, well balanced with attractive expression, good quarters with decent bone and muscle, moved out well.
3rd Hubbard & Millers Dryfevalley Johnny Fox
4th German Dandies’ Zorro At Puddockswell

JACK RUSSELL
P 9-4
1st Walls’, Mulan Dei Due Leoni (Imp Italy), this young lady took my eye the minute she walked into the ring, total confidence with a hint of arrogance, her head in my opinion was superb, the expression was soft and feminine but with a glint in her eyes, good bone and muscle throughout, moved out with purpose.
2nd Witmond’s Jackdivision Better With Time (Imp Rus), yet another lovely youngster, all the qualities of the winner but not as gassy, it will be interesting to watch these two in the future.
3rd Jones’ Perfect Love Di Sutri At Laserna (Imp Ita)
4th Thornley’s Locheil Stop Right There
5th Barnes & King’s Kabu Skip To Izlou

 

J 4-2
1st Witmond’s Jacksboks Unique At Tiltser (imp Rus), lovely type fully in proportion, presented with quality jacket, head was very appealing, deep chest with strong loin, strong bone and good muscle all through, which showed in his easy movement BOB
2nd Kay’s Jackopeaks Bakewell Puddin, feminine head and expression, straight front, well sprung ribs, strong hindquarters, level topline which she kept on the move.

PG 2
1st Smith’s Locheil Talk Of The Town, good shape and size, presented in good coat, appealing head and expression with dark eye, well bodied with muscular quarters, moved out well.
2nd Walls’ Whistlewood’s You wear it well (imp Swe), nice size in decent jacket, straight front under well laid shoulders, good ribs, well made strong rear, moved out with drive.

O 2
1st Pinkerton’s Kulawand Hot Toddy At Bareve, up to size but in no way coarse, well balanced in hard condition, good head and eye, with neat ears, well bodied with level topline kept on the move.
2nd  Kay’s Jackopeaks Princess Peach, at nearly 10 this girl was a joy to go over, lovely head with good dentition, in good hard condition, obviously keeps herself busy, moved out with purpose.

Bill Gray

 

 

 

 

 

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