2017 Members Limited Show – April

23 April 2017 – Judge: Mr. David Anderson (Nisyros)

Best in Show with judge Mr. David Anderson
Marked Show Catalogue
Judge’s Critiques

Held at Oulton Institute, Quarry Hill, Oulton, Leeds, LS26 8SX.

The show followed our Annual General Meeting in the morning with judging commencing at 1.30pm.

We would like to thank Ian Millar for his generous donation of Prize Money for the three principal winners, Loraine Ratter for the blankets she donated for the Best Dog, Best Bitch, Best Puppy and Best Veteran. Not forgeting Marie Moss who made a toy for every class winner and Sheila Brown who donated a selection of handmade goods.

A big thank you to our show sponsors

“My sincere thanks to the hard-working Officers and Committee for inviting me to judge. I am sure that this club will go from strength to strength and I must commend all involved for organizing such a well organised show. I am confident that this lovely breed is in safe and capable hands, which bodes well for the future. I thoroughly enjoyed my day amongst some lovely dogs and sporting exhibitors, who positively accepted my placings. I would also like to thank my competent stewards who made my job so much easier.”

David Anderson

Show Gallery

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Judge’s Critiques


Veteran Dog or Bitch (2,1)
1. Bailey’s Pochinka Edward Bear.
10½ years old B&W male in cracking form. Loved him for his overall balance and type. Beautiful head, with lovely astonished expression, good body proportions with beautiful coat & markings, Very sound on the move. A credit to his owner. Delighted to award him Best Veteran in Show.

Minor Puppy Dog (4,1)
1. Banks’ Damheadbrig Kazuki of Choya.
Sweet headed 6 months old, very raw, B&W baby. Nicely marked head with well set ears framing the head, and eyes showing correct look of astonishment. Super coat for one so young. Very well presented, as you would expect from this kennel. Moved well, once he settled.
2. Bailey’s Aldoricka Gypsy King.
Lovely marked B&W boy in good coat. Pleasing type. Well-constructed all through. Moved well.
3. Mowatt’s Aldoricka Oberon to Asmena.

Puppy Dog (3, 0)
1. Thomas’ Javalcy Rock On Tommy.
Flashy B&W with super, well-marked, well presented coat. Pleasing head and expression. Moved out well with panache and style. I hope he comes up on the leg as he develops to create a more balanced profile. Time is still on his side.
2. Jackson’s Tianshih Kiyoshi Yoshikko.
Lovely sized B&W puppy with plenty of coat for his age. Slightly stronger in head for my personal taste but nevertheless, still has many positive breed qualities. Moved well.
3. Pearce & Hann’s Rackuchin Ring Romeo.

Junior Dog (3, 0)
1. Pearce & Hann’s Rackuchin Ring Leader.
Very elegant B&W male, pleasing head with lovely eyes and well cushioned muzzle which created a lovely expression. Very well marked coat, but left his jacket at home today. Lovely topline and tailset. His handler managed to get the best out of him, which gave him the edge.
2. Thomas’ Corrinwood Funtime Frankie at Javalcy.
Very smart puppy with lovely head, eye and expression. Liked him a lot, but unfortunately, “funtime” was not his mantra today as he refused to cooperate with his handler.

Novice Dog (3,1)
1. Gillhespy & Van Baaren Grob’s Vogues Roiyaru Shoukei at Chinart (IMP).
Showy, young S&W, heavily marked male. Lovely head and eye, giving an overall, pleasing expression. Lovely body, with level topline and good tailset. He moved well with drive and purpose. Just needs time to mature.
2. Thomas’ Zhorzh Marshall at Javalcy.
Loved his overall balance and type. Pleasing head and expression. Good topline, tailset and good rear angulation. Moved with drive and purpose. Lovely B&W coat in very good condition. Unfortunate to meet class winner today.

Post Graduate Dog (4, 1)
1. Rhodes & Vincent’s Javalcy Bugsy Malone.
Beautiful B&W male. Gorgeous head, with excellent cushioning, showing the perfect amount of white in the corner of his eye to give the desired astonished expression. Loved his overall balance and well presented, flowing coat. Moved very well. Delighted to award him Best Dog and Reserve Best in Show.
2. Moss’ Tillashby Tanoshi of Delphlands.
Smart B&W male with a nice head and expression. Moved and showed well. Pity to come up against class winner today.

Limit Dog (8,5)
1. Ratter’s Thistletop Dick Dastardly at Seafar JW ShCM.
Slightly larger framed B&W male who made an overall, well-balanced picture, topped with a lovely, flowing, well-presented coat in which was in full bloom. Lovely head and eye, creating a pleasing expression. Very sound mover, he strode around the ring with drive and purpose. Reserve Best Dog.
2. Thomas’ Isami at Javalcy.
Nice, well marked B&W dog. Cobby type, holding a good outline on the move. Moved well. Just preferred the overall expression of 1.
3. Moss’ Queenslake Billy Bongo of Delphlands.

Open Dog (5, 2)
1. Rhodes & Vincent’s Javalcy Bit of Razzle Dazzle.
Lovely size, well-presented B&W dog in lovely, blooming, silky coat. Quality male, he has excellent balance, with a well cushioned muzzle, lovely eyes and correct expression. Very sound on the move.
2. Beading’s Sharlarna Tailor Made at Dekobras.
B&W male in good coat. Head and expression satisfactory. Moved well holding a level topline, with good tailset. Liked his overall shape and balance.
3. Thomas’ Javalcy Nik Nak Paddywack.

Special Open Red/White, Sable/White, Lemon/White (3, 0)
1. Gillhespy & Van Baaren Grob’s Vogues Roiyaru Shoukei at Chinart (IMP).
2. Pearson’s Ereste Touch of Class.
8 months old L&W, nicely marked bitch puppy. Pleasing head, expression and cushioning. Liked her overall shape. Moved well.


Minor Puppy Bitch (7, 3)
1. Banks’ Damheadbrig Kimiko of Choya.
Very similar in type to her litter brother, who won minor puppy dog. Lovely headed, ultra-pretty baby, shown in resplendent coat for her age, which was beautifully prepared. Lovely head and expression. Once she concentrated, moved very well. Should have a bright future.
2. Ratter’s Seafar Diamonds and Pearls.
Super puppy with correct head, eye and expression. Lovely type and size for her age. Moved very well.
3. Hazelhurst’s Ellshimmer This Time.

Puppy Bitch (8, 4)
1. Crane’s Cranvarl Le Mistrall.
Gorgeous, well-marked B&W puppy, who scores in head and expression, which is quite exquisite. Stands four square, with true
movement, she was a joy to watch go around the ring, she showed like a seasoned professional. Full of herself, her attitude demanded my attention and she got it. Should have a very bright future. Delighted to award her Best Puppy Bitch, Reserve Best Bitch and Best Puppy in Show.
2. Hazelhurst’s Elshimmer This Time.
Lots to like about this B&W youngster. Lovely head and expression, she moved confidently, when she concentrated. Needs time.
3. Thomas’ Corrinwood Colour My World at Javalcy.

Junior Bitch (5,2)
1. Mowatt’s Vogues Roiyaru to Asmena.
Smart B&W bitch, with fine bone with no evidence of weakness. Nice head and expression with good ear set, creating an overall pleasing picture. Moved well once settled.
2. Pearson’s Ereste Touch of Class.
3. Pearson’s Ereste Naughty But Nice.

Novice Bitch (3, 0)
1. Thomas’ Javalcy A Bit of Va Va Voom.
And move she did! Gassy, B&W bitch, full of attitude. Pleasing head and expression. Nicely balanced. Well marked, silky coat. Moved well with drive and verve.
2. Mowatt’s Asmena Fairy Queen.
Lovely overall shape, with pleasing head and expression. Moved soundly. Lacking in furnishings today.
3. Bailey’s Threadgold Amazing Grace at Aldoricka.

Post Graduate Bitch (6,3)
1. Wolfenden’s Bechinka Mozo.
Loved this young, fine boned, B&W bitch from the moment she walked into the ring. Ideal size and shape for me, she oozed quality and type. Classic chin head from any angle, with lovely oriental expression, framed by well set ears. Beautifully marked, silky coat. Moved well with purpose, she captured my heart and I yielded to the attention she demanded. Delighted to award her Best Bitch and Best in Show.
2. Kilcoyne’s Granasil Love Story.
Smart B&W bitch with very good construction. Pleasing size with a lovely head, of good width and nice cushioning to foreface, framed by well-set ears. Good coat and furnishings. Moved very well.

Limit Bitch (3, 1)
1. Mowatt’s Asmena Fairy Tale.
B&W bitch of the ideal size that I like. Lovely type with pretty head and expression. Unfortunately, another, who had left her coat at home!
2. Pearson’s Javalcy Steppin Out in Style.
Pleasing head and expression. Steady on the move, carried tail well.

Open Bitch (2, 1)
1. Mowatt’s Asmena Hatsuo.
Smart B&W bitch good type with lovely expression. Lovely balanced shape and outline. Showed and moved well. Unfortunately, another who had left her jacket at home.

David Anderson (Judge)