National Dog Show 2016

Dachshund (Long-haired)

Judge: Mr Albert Wight


BEST OF BREED : 8125 DARE Mrs C Ch Swansford Nigelladora Darsoms
Dog CC : 8117 BOYLE Miss Z C Ch Zarcrest Hugo Boss
Res Dog CC : 8182 ROBERTS Mr D Swansford Warrador
Bitch CC : 8125 DARE Mrs C Ch Swansford Nigelladora Darsoms
Res Bitch CC : 8166 MCNAUGHTON Ms L Ch Cedavoch Kismet
Best Puppy : 8168 MITCHELL Miss E Bronia Atalanta
Best Veteran : 8145 GARLICK Miss E A Ch Ranglewood Genista

Class 2041 MPD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8151 HUGHES Mrs S A R Rossann Bonnie Blue

Class 2042 PD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8159 MAGER, Ms S B S & WALVIN Ms H A Rus Zveni-dachs Esenin (Imp)

Class 2043 JD (10 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: 8163 MCNAUGHTON Ms L Cedavoch The Alchemist
2nd: 8153 JOHNSON Mr T L Africandawns Night Lement
3rd: 8150 HORN Mrs B D Darsoms Zabbi
Res: 8126 DARE Mrs C Darsoms Zamson
VHC: 8132 DUCHESNE Mr B E & Mrs C Darsoms Zamba Of Scandell

Class 2044 PGD (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 8173 NEGUS Mr & Mrs I & LA Tarramist Iron Man
2nd: 8161 MARKS Ms G Labbadax Higher Than Hope
3rd: 8167 MILLINGTON Miss D Abydachs One More Night
Res: 8118 BREARLEY Miss D Labbadax Eyecatchin Shadow At Xanadax

Class 2045 LD (9 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8164 MCNAUGHTON Ms L Telkel Rumor Has It (Imp)
2nd: 8142 GARLICK Miss E A Ranglewood Arashi
3rd: 8128 DARE, Mrs C & GUY Miss E Darsoms Zimbro
Res: 8146 GEESON Mrs J F Abydachs Seize The Night
VHC: 8140 FRICKER Mrs J Dachslur In His Prime Sh.CM

Class 2046 OD (7 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 8117 BOYLE Miss Z C Ch Zarcrest Hugo Boss
2nd: 8182 ROBERTS Mr D Swansford Warrador
3rd: 8170 MITCHELL Mrs F Ch Bronia Mr Pepys
Res: 8157 LEWIS Mr D M Trixhund Euphoria JW Sh.CM
VHC: 8148 HAGAN, Ms M & BORSUK Mr D Ir Ch Badamtam's Via Baltica At Follypaws (Fin Imp

Class 2047 VD (2 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 8188 SUTTON Mrs J Damai Master Benedict Sh.CM

Class 2048 MPB (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8168 MITCHELL Miss E Bronia Atalanta
2nd: 8158 LEWIS Mr D M Trixhund You Are My Word
3rd: 8183 ROBERTS Mr D Swansford Gemmadora
Res: 8174 NEGUS Mr & Mrs I & LA Tarramist Gucci
VHC: 8152 HUGHES Mrs S A R Rossann Gone With The Wind

Class 2049 PB (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8158 LEWIS Mr D M Trixhund You Are My Word
2nd: 8154 JOHNSON Mr T L Bronia Beguiling at Africandawns
3rd: 8120 CHAPMAN Mrs M Melminds Miss Cilla Black
Res: 8160 MAGER, Ms S B S & WALVIN Ms H A Rus Zveni-dachs Esta Ristretto (Imp)

Class 2050 JB (5 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8129 DARE, Mrs C & GUY Miss E Darsoms Zangel
2nd: 8175 NEGUS Mr & Mrs I & LA Dachslur Diamond Desire At Tarramist
3rd: 8143 GARLICK Miss E A Ranglewood Laurel
Res: 8156 KARKALAITE , Miss A & NALIVAIKA Mr A Zveni-dachs Elta Lungo
VHC: 8139 FOSSETT Mr & Mrs A Africandawns Night Lover for Brysdax

Class 2051 PGB (6 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: 8123 CLARKE Mr P P & Mrs D J Tekalhaus Million To One
2nd: 8141 GARLICK Mrs C M Ranglewood Idesia
3rd: 8177 NIGHTINGALE, Miss F & THOMAS Miss G Whartona Megan Mayhem at Rodima
Res: 8122 CHEESE Mrs S R Suecaseus Desdemona

Class 2052 LB (9 Entries) Abs: 4
1st: 8176 NEGUS Mr & Mrs I & LA Tarramist Krug Rose
2nd: 8180 PASKINS Mr & Mrs K S Kindeace Rita Ora
3rd: 8144 GARLICK Miss E A Ranglewood Tempest
Res: 8189 SUTTON Mrs J Lillymai Flower By Damai
VHC: 8121 CHEESE Mrs S R Suecaseus Juliet

Class 2053 OB (6 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: 8125 DARE Mrs C Ch Swansford Nigelladora Darsoms
2nd: 8166 MCNAUGHTON Ms L Ch Cedavoch Kismet
3rd: 8169 MITCHELL Miss E Bronia Callista
Res: 8181 PASKINS Mr & Mrs K S Abydachs Summer Dream At Kindeace Sh.CM

Class 2054 VB (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 8145 GARLICK Miss E A Ch Ranglewood Genista
2nd: 8185 ROBERTS Mr D Ch Swansford Burburydora
3rd: 8131 DIMON Miss J Dimerlin Isolde
Thank you for the lovely entry of 73 dogs. I was a bit disappointed at the complete lack of enthusiasm from the ringside with none of the class winners being applauded. That struck me as very unsporting and even if you don't win, you can surely be happy for those that do?!! If you want to see happy participation and a lovely atmosphere, try watching some of the other breeds, particularly Norwegian Buhunds, who generously applaud all the class winners and there is a joyous, glad to be here feeling. Today I felt I could hear people having more fun in a morgue. Re the breed; I feel size is creeping up and some are getting longer and longer with most of that length coming from the loin. Also some over strong heads, too heavy bodies and lots of very long tails. I was delighted with my ticket winners and the BOB was as close to my interpretation of the standard as I could find. I thought she was a joy. 
MPD (1) 1 Hughes' Rossann Bonnie Blue. Red of just over 6 months and very much the baby. Self assured, super temperament, pleasing head shape, showing a little white in the eye at present, scores in length of neck, good forechest and keel, spirit level back and in excellent coat.  Moved around the ring with a free even stride. 
PD (1) 1 Mager & Walvin's Rus Zveni-dachs Esenin (Imp). Dapple with a long lean head, very slight arch in skull, eye a little small for me, excellent reach of neck, still needs to develop in ribcage and gain in bodyweight.  His backline is level, good croup, well boned and good feet.  Narrow in front at present but his action is even stepping. 
JD (10, 2) 1 McNaighton's Cedavoch The Alchemist.  2 Johnson's Africandawns Night Lement.  Both reds and hard to separate. I felt the winner had the better eye and tighter lipline when handling the heads. Both are well constructed with excellent forehands, decent reach of neck and fairly long ribcages. They matched each other for coat texture, both moved out with reach and good hock drive. I thought they were a promising and handsome pair and they should have a bright future. 3 Horn's Darsoms Zabbi. 
PGD (5, 1) 1 Negus' Tarramist Iron Man. I liked the overall proportions of this delightful shaded red dog.  Not overdone in loin, good layback in front with a good keel, ample bend of stifle and the firmest of hocks. His head is all quality length and strength without coarseness and yet decidedly male. His outline kept drawing my eye and his profile action was so balanced. 2 Marks' Labbadax Higher Than Hope. Light red in full coat.  Trifle heavier in head than the winner and I felt he was a fraction over long in loin when standing next to his victor. He is well boned, lovely reach of neck, is well muscled and has a decent width in chest. 3 Millington's Abydachs One More Night. 
LD (9) 1 McNaughton's Telkel Rumor Has It (Imp). I felt this shaded red dog looked at his best when moving as he can tend to drop his backline too much when on the stack. Once moving it corrects and confirms just how well made he is. Good head quality, super eyes and ears, excels in shoulders and forechest, ribs well back and powerful hindquarters. In such good coat he has all the style to suggest he can go on to his title. 2 Garlick's Ranglewood Arashi. This red is another who tends to drop his back end too much on the stack suggesting his hocks are not strong enough, but once moving he shows that he is perfectly alright there. I liked his head and expression, lovely length of neck, good wither definition, shade long in loin and well muscled hindquarters. Coat immaculate. 3 Dare's Darsoms Zimbro. 
OD (7, 1) 1 & CC, Boyle's Ch Zarcrest Hugo Boss. What a shape! Looks exactly what he is... a very worthy Champion and a top quality example of the breed. In the peak of condition both in body and coat and he moves around the ring with much style and balance. A pleasure to judge. 2 & Res CC, Roberts' Swansford Warrador. Another lovely example of the breed, and I am surprised he is not already ennobled as he certainly deserves to be. I liked everything about him, he has an air of class, was immaculate in body and coat and ran the winner so very close. I see he is the sire of the stunning BOB winning bitch. 3 Mitchell's Ch Bronia Mr Pepys. 
VD (2, 1) 1 Sutton's Damai Mastwer Benedict. Unbelievably fit 11 year old b/t in amazing body and muscletone. Has kept his figure and his bright eyed expression belies his years. A credit to his owner. 
MPB (6) 1 &BP, Mitchell's Bronia Atalanta. Just a baby, but it is all there and she just needs time to finish in head and mature. She is so well proportioned, short loin, lovely neck and backline, well boned and fleet footed in action. As always spotless in jacket and cleverly handled. 2 Lewis' Trixhund You Are My Word.  Another with a degree of promise. Dark shaded red with a feminine head and lovely eyes, so well put together, not overlong but the length coming from correct fore and rear assemblies. In sparkling coat she moved out quite soundly but not yet with the assurance and drive of Atalanta. 3 Roberts' Swansford Gemmadora. 
PB (4) 1 T You Are My Word. 2 Johnson's Bronia Beguiling At Africandawns. Red in gorgeous coat and with such a good reach of neck and correct head carriage. Well ribbed, tends to fall away a little over the croup line and she was pulling away that fraction on the move. Once stacked she shows herself to be well balanced and shapely. 3 Chapman's Melminds Miss Cilla Black. 
JB (5) 1 Dare & Guy's Darsoms Zangel. A red of lovely type and much more what I was seeking. Not exaggerated in length, super shoulders and keel, so well ribbed, level back with that hint of rise over the loin and nicely angulated hindquarters.  Just lacking a little tail feathering to complete the picture, but she was good to watch moving. 2 Negus' Dachslur Diamond Desire At Tarramist. Lots to like in this fully coated b/t which was in stunning condition. I liked her head balance with good eyes and ears. Not quite the reach of neck of the winner, hence her outline had less appeal.  Nonetheless she moved around the ring with really good action, showing reach and drive. 3 Garlick's Ranglewood Laurel. 
PGB (6/2) 1 Clarke's Tekalhaus Million To One. I felt this red was a comfortable winner and she complimented the unbeaten line up so well. She stacks beautifully, that reach of neck, not overdone keel and forechest, spirit level back, good width over the rump and well muscled hindquarters.  Just needs to lose a little bit of bodyweight to complete the picture. But despite that she moved out well. 2 Garlick's Ranglewood Idesia. This b/t is at her best in profile action as she holds her shape so well.  Pleasing head with an appealing expression from excellent eyes, good reach of neck and head carriage, just a trifle over long for me. 3 Nightingale & Thomas' Wharrtona Megan Mayhem At Rodima. 
LB (9, 4) 1 Negus' Tarramist Krug Rose. This red bitch is totally feminine in head and expression. Her head has length, just that hint of an arch in skull, good length in foreface with that slight rise to a good nose. She is really well ribbed, short in loin and has a well rounded rump.  Well boned, with good feet and so fluent on the move. 2 Paskin's Kindeace Tita Ora. Another red and again she has an air of style. I felt the winner had that slight edge in head and was a tad short in loin which made such a difference when comparing the two. She is blessed with a super reach of neck and head carriage, spirit level back, decent rump and well weighted boned. She moved around the ring with an assurance and kept her shape so well. 3 Garlick's Tanglewood Tempest. 
OB (6, 2) 1, CC & BOB, Dare's Ch Swansford Nigelladora Darsoms. An absolute joy to judge. Showed the proportions as I see them with the length coming from correct front and rear assemblies, a ribcage that carries well back to a short loin and well rounded rear end. Ultra feminine with beautiful eyes, good ears and super head carriage. Coat spotless in presentation and she is so sound when moving. In this form she must be hard to beat.  2  & Res CC, McNaughton's Ch Cedavoch Kismet. Another outstandingly good example of the breed and certainly a worthy titleholder. I thought she looked a picture on the stack using that long neck to full advantage, her jacket was gleaming and she looks a class act. Just lost out to the winner when she moved around the ring like an express train and it affected her topline. 3 Mitchell's Bronia Callista. 
VB (3) All three are b/t and are a credit to their owners. They were headed by two golden oldies and I edged the winner in front on having, for me, the better head whilst the second was closer to my ideal in being shorter in loin. Both moved out so soundly and were is beautiful body and muscletone condition. 1 Garlick's Ch Ranglewood Genista. 2 Roberts' Ch Swansford Burburydora. 3 Dimons' Dimerlin Isolde.