Miniature Dachshund Club 2012

Dachshund (Miniature Wire Haired)

Judge: Mrs Jean Hallett (Loretto)

BEST OF BREED : MCCLEOD Sidelock Do I Look Bovvered
Dog CC :  THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Ottoff the Press
Res Dog CC : PHILLIPS Curtisey Boogy Woogy
Bitch CC : MCCLEOD Sidelock Do I Look Bovvered
Res Bitch CC : MARSTON TEAL Lordscarinie Love Life
Best Puppy : DANCE Emem Candy Sunshine

Best Veteran : MILLER Palsuz Dream Time

Veteran Dog (3 Entries)
1st: MILLER Palsuz Dream Time
2nd: ORAM Janjac Moschino at Rosswell

Minor Puppy Dog (3)
1st: BILLINGHURST Jiljac Tsar Very Much

Puppy Dog (3 Entries)
1st: NEATE Beaucat Chedda George

Junior Dog (3 Entries)
1st: THORN ANDREWS Pellismer Deal to Win Drakesleat
2nd: FULTON Bothlyn Brigadoon
3rd: JONES Bimini King of Swing

Post Graduate Dog (8 Entries)
1st: HASSALL Stargang Vegas Strip
2nd:FULTON Bothlyn Brigadoon
3rd: RUSSELL Russteck Danelion
Res: ADAMS Angelholm's Figaro
VHC: BAXTER Hotwire Didja Ever

Limit Dog (7 Entries)
1st: PHILLIPS Curtisey Boogy Woogy
2nd:HORSWELL Drakesleat Noddy Doff
3rd: KUGOW & HOLT Waldmeister Johnson JW
Res: PUNTER Welcumen Jeremy
VHC: ADAMS Angelholm's Figaro

Open Dog (8 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Ottoff the Press
2nd: DANCE Deepdax Overdraft Too Far Emem
3rd: HOWELLS Fallowmill Back And Fetch JW ShCM
Res: BLACK Bassodon Bilbie
VHC:KUGOW & HOLT Waldmeister Samuel JW

Minor Puppy Bitch (5 Entries)
1st: WILLIAMS Tythe Mystique
2nd: BLACKBURN Stargang Diamond Dust
3rd: SHONE Bratenklein I Love the Little Thing
Res: RUSSELL Russteck Magdalina

Puppy Bitch (11 Entries)
1st:  DANCE Emem Candy Sunshine
2nd: BLACKBURN BENNETT Stargang Czarina
3rd:  HOWELLS Fallowmill on the Button
Res: MARSTON TEAL Lordscarnie I Love Me
VHC: KUGOW & HOLT Stargang Vera Wang Bei Waldmeister

Junior Bitch (7 Entries)
1st: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Round N Round
2nd: KEMP Vossmead Lola Rose
3rd:  HAYWARD Hanishan First Choice at Foxearth
Res: LANCASTER Pellismer Deals a Winner
VHC: SHONE Hanishan Eau Classique

Post Graduate Bitch 
1st: MARSTON TEAL Lordscarinie Love Life
2nd: MCCLEOD & HASSALL Janjac Mac Zeen
3rd:  BLACK Drakesleat Cheez Der One for Bassodon
Res: JONES Bimini Starlight Express
VHC: FULTON Bothlyn Wild Rose

Limit Bitch (11 Entries)
1st: JONES Bimini Rhapsody in Blue
2nd: PRICE Samlane Zaffiro
3rd:  BLACK Bassodon Burlesque
Res: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Trix of the Trade
VHC: POXON Kapodach Izzi Miyaki

Open Bitch (12 Entries)
1st: MCCLEOD Sidelock Do I Look Bovvered
2nd: BLACKBURN-BENNETT Ch Stargang Lady Gaga
3rd: BLACK Ch Bassodon Dita Von Teese
Res: MARSTON-TEAL Lordscarinie Love of my Love
VHC: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Ott Favourite



A lovely entry and some quality animals.  Sadly, as is usual nowadays, the bitch entry had much more depth of quality. I  had some really hot classes. Dogs? Oh dear me! Very few up to standard. Look  very closely at the sires of the winning exhibits for your future breeding  plans. One or two dogs had sired some quality exhibits, as in the PB classes  for example. No very thin dogs and only three over the maximum weight. Coats  were very good on the whole, as were mouths. Four only had four incisors and  one with four teeth in the upper jaw. Temperaments were good apart from one  puppy, which I forgave as he was not nasty in any way, just untrained. Thank  you for an enjoyable day. Vet (3,1) 1 Miller's Palsuz Dream Time.  Brindle girl of 7 and a half years. Too fat but underneath the padsding I found  her construction was good. Good mouth. Happy mover. 2 Oram's Janjec Moshino at  Rosswell. 8 year old bitch. Taller than the winner. bl/br with a good coat and  mouth. A shade straight behind, moved soundly. MPD (3,2) 1  Billinghurst's Jiljac Tsar Very Much. Typy, with a decent front. A shade long  in loin and as he is a biggish puppy I hope he doesn't grow on too much. Moved  soundly. Best Puppy Dog. PD (3,2) 1 Neate's Beaucat Chedda Gorge. A  problem boy. Needs a lot more training. Not nervous, just really unruly. Would  not stand or move steadily but I gave him the benefit of the doubt. Good coat  and head. Not bad conformation and the little I saw of him moving was enough. JD (3) Nice class. 1 Thorn-Andrews' Pelismer Deal to Win Drakesleat. Ideal size  for a dog. Very good shoulders and ribbing, short hocks. Moves correctly  keeping a good topline. Nice temperament, wagging his tail on the table. Nice.  2 Fulton's Bothlyn Brigadoon. Br lad. Lovely to go over, everything in the  right place. Elegant neckline leading into good shoulders, neat front. Very  sound on the move going away and coming to me. Sadly he lost his topline when moving,  hope this improves, as he is only young and deserves top honours. 3 Jones'  Bimini King of Swing. PGD (8,1) 1 Hassall's Stargang Vegas Strip. This  dog has come on since I last saw him and matured very well. Lovely size and  should be useful to the breed for keeping the desired weight. Excellent front  assembly, super outline standing and on the move. Well angulated fore and aft.  Very sound but just wish he had a little more drive behind. 2 Fulton's Bothlyn  Brigadoon. 3 Russell's Russteck Dandelion. LD (7,1) 1 Phillips' Curtisey  Boogy Woogie. Res CC. Not seen this lad before and thought him lovely. Very  well presented in super coat. Very masculine outlook, typy all through and well  boned with chunky feet. Correct construction, moved with freedom and drive.  Shall watch his progress with interest. 2 Horswell's Drakesleat Noddy Off.  Another very masculine boy of corect size. Excellent front construction with a  good layback of shoulder and length of upperarm. Ribbed well back and kept his  topline on the move. A shade longer in hock than the winner but a very close  decision. 3 Kugow and Holt's Waldmeister Johnson. OD (6) 1 Good class. 1  and CC, Thorn-Andrews' Drakesleat Ottoff the Press. This was his 2nd CC I  believe, and he should soon gain his third. Needs to be examined to appreciate  his construction. Excellent head and a doggy expression, sadly missing in the  males today. Big teeth. Well developed front and length of keel. Good bone all  through, short loin and correct angulation front and rear. Correct width coming  and going away from me. Looked the part in the class and dog challenge,  however, in the challenge for BOB he did not have the same get up and go and I  felt he had had enough. The bitch was much more enthusiastic on the move. 2  Dance's Deepdax Overdraft to Far Emem. Another impressive male, a lot to like  about him. Arrogant head and expression, correct coat and presentation. Ribbing  well back with strong hindquarters. Good mover, a shade shorter than the winner  but a lovely dog. 3 Howell's Ch Fallowmill Back and Fetch. Another quality dog  and a worthy Champion. MPB (5,1) 1 Some promising babies here. 1  Williams' Tythe Mystique. Br baby and my type of puppy. Lovely size, well made  all through with lovely bone. Moved very soundly and with freedom. Kept her  shape standing and moving, very promising. 2 Blackburn's Stargang Diamond Dust.  Lovely red girl with a harsh coat. I see is half sister to the winner. She was  very unsettled and silly on entering the ring, as her handler hasd to rush her  in. A shade smaller than the winner but a lovely shape. On examination  everything was correct, from her pretty head to her wagging tail. When she  moved kept a good topline, close up and when she settled down I am sure will  change places. 3 Shone's Bratenklein I Love the Little Thing. PB (12)  Again puppies with promise. 1 Dance's Emem Candy Sunshine. Best Puppy and Res  BPIS. Just loved this girl, such a lovely temperament. Not overlong for age.  Long ribbing with short loin. Strong hammy quarters, sadly lacking in many.  Such a sound mover and never put a foot wrong even at the end of a tiring day.  I will watch her with interest. 2 Blackburn-Bennett's Stargang Czarina. Another  one by the same sire as the first two in the last class. Super quality red  coat, not easy to produce. Very well made all through with a charming  temperament. Wagging her tail all the time. Again excellent hammy quarters and  short hocks. Neat front assembly, sound mover, just not quite as mature as the  winner but should do well. 3 Howell's Fallowmill On the Button. JB (7) 1  Thor-Andrews' Drakesleat Round N Round. Very promising 13 month old girl.  Lovely size, very feminine with a well developed front and good bone all  through. Correct shoulders, excellent width all through. Moved really well,  keeping a good topline. Cuts up very slightly but nit-picking. 2 Kemp's  Vossmead Lola Rose. Feminine and well presented bitch, very like her mother who  I liked and did well. Soundly constructed with decent hindquarters. Moved well  but is a shade shorter than the winner and doesn't cover the ground so well. 3  Hayward's Hanishan First Choice at Foxearth. PGB (14) Quality class. 1  Marston's Lordscairnie Love Life. Typy bitch in lovely condition and presented  well. Tight harsh coat. Excellent shoulders with correct layback and length of  upperarm. Good underline with ribbing well back. Moved with verve, keeping a  super outline. 2 McLeod's Janjac Mac Zeen. Same remarks as the winner.  Beautifully presented, although a very sound mover is apt to toe in very  slightly, but I liked her. 3 Black's Drakesleat Cheez Der One for Bassodon. LB (12) A hot class. 1 Jones' Bimini Rhapsody in Blue. Have admired this pretty  little bitch from the ringside. So feminine. Her owner was unfortunately  incapacitated so she was handled by someone else, which is never ideal.  However, apart from not moving away with gusto she really strode out coming to  me and around the ring. Very nicely constructed all through and good bone for  size. 2 Price's Samlane Zaffiro. Different type to the winner. Bigger all round,  though that is not to say she is in any way doggy. Correct shoulders and  ribbing giving a good underline. Very sound and keeping her shape at all times.  3 Black's Bassodon Burlesque. OB (12,5) 1 CC, BOB and BIS, McLeod's  Sidelock Do I Look Bovvered. Well, she wasn;t 'bovvered, on the day! Not the  easiest girl to show, a real fidget at times but pulled all the stops out to  win her third CC. Such an ideal size, not to low or too tall. Lovely head and  expression, neat and correctly constructed front. Lovely shape standing and  moving, but wow, does she pull all the stops out when moving, real drive and  exension. Won well nder me last time I judged but did not use herself on the  move as well. I loved her - well done. 2 Blackburn-Bennett's Ch Stargang Lady Gaga.  A stunning bitch and a worthy Champion. Lovely to go over on the table. Flows  from her feminine head to her tail. Covers the ground on the move, good width  coming to me. Sadly on the day she was moving wide behind - a pity. 3 Black's  Ch Bassodon Dita Von Teese.
  Jean Hallett (Loretto)