Boston Championship Show 2023


Judge: Donna Kirkwood-Emery

BEST OF BREED : MITCHELL Cavallibrook Final Fling Bronia
Best Dog  : CROSS Ch Loggeta Trouble in Texas
Res Best Dog  : REID Cavillibrook Final Legacy at Maudaxi
Best Bitch  : MITCHELL Cavallibrook Final Fling Bronia
Res Bitch  :  PASKINS Africandawns May Sonet Kindeace
Best Puppy : MITCHELL Cavallibrook Final Fling Bronia
Best Special Beginner : COLMAN Hannah Red

Puppy Dog (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: REID Cavillibrook Final Legacy at Maudaxi


Post Graduate Dog (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: WEDGE Dolan Tears of a Clown

Open Dog (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st:  CROSS Ch Loggeta Trouble In Texas ShCEx
2nd: PASKINS Kindeace Texas Ranger
3rd: PIKE & CARTER Zarcrest George Clooney
Res: WEDGE Dolan Johnny Be Good
VHC: PASKINS Cedavoch It's Taboo at Kindeace

Special Beginner Dog NO ENTRIES

Puppy Bitch (2 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: MITCHELL Cavallibrook Final Fling Bronia

Junior Bitch NO ENTRIES

Post Graduate Bitch (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: PASKINS Africandawns Mat Sonet Kindeace
2nd: FOSSETT Brysdax Skyfall
3rd: WOOD Faulksfollie Lady Gemima
Res: WEDGE Dolan Summertime Blues

Open Bitch (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: BORSUK & FOSSETT Blatick Legacy via Amberteckel
2nd: FOSSETT Brysdax Mamma Mia
3rd: PASKINS Ch Abydachs Summer Dream at Kindeace ShCM
Res: WEDGE Faulksfollie Miss Minaver at Dolans
VHC: SLOAN Dawn Treader of Daamistico

Good Citizen Bitch (2 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: COLMAN Hannah Red
A huge thank you to the Boston Committee for my invitation and a super day- so well organised and a great atmosphere. Also to my two amazing stewards who were fabulous at keeping the ring moving with their efficiency and friendly manner. My biggest thank you goes to exhibitors for your amazing entry the quality of exhibits across the 3 varieties was good and temperaments were excellent. My main observations for all three varieties would be to look at front and rear construction, without the correct angulation, in particular return of upper arm, dogs will not move with the correct front extension or rear drive. Being fit for function is key and this starts with correct confirmation! All exhibits were of good coverage and most shown in good condition- although muscle tone from good exercise would benefit many. 
PD 1 Reid’s Cavallibrook Final Legacy at Maudaxi. Lovely type, super head, good arch to neck and shoulder placement- best of fronts. Super return of upper arm giving good forward reach. Lovely tight feet, topline on the move good. Well ribbed, hammy rear with good angulation and drive. Shown in lovely condition with good coat. Moved well in profile and true away and back, has time to build confidence on the table. BPD, RBD. 
PGD 1 Wedge’s Dolan Tears of A Clown. Good conical head and ear set. Good bone and enough substance. Enough forechest. Would have liked more front and rear angulation as lacked extension and drive on the move, but well muscled. Held a good topline on move and while standing. Super temperament. Good coat. 
OD 1 Cross’s Ch Loggeta Trouble in Texas ShCEx. A boy of lovely type and maturity. Good head and dripping in coat. Well balanced front and rear, which gives a good outline. Good ribbing and overall proportions. Held topline on the move, true away and back. For me carrying a little weight, which showed when going for BOB challenge as just lagged in final stages, but a lovely boy worthy of his title with lots to offer and quality male. BD. 2 Paskins’ Kindeace Texas Ranger. Good front assembly with lovely conical head. Good overall shape although a little long in loin for me. Move away and back true. Good coat. 3 Clooney Amp & Carter’s Zarcrest George. 
PB 1 Hanney-Mitchell’s Cavallibrook Final Fling Bronia. Lovely head and proud carriage. Super neck into the best of front assembly- super front angulation and length of upper arm. Well ribbed back, short loin and good hammy rear. Still young but maturing nicely and profile movement excellent, showing correct reach and drive. Held a good topline, good body and coat for age. Sister to BPD and both of super quality and type. A real showgirl of the highest quality who I’ll watch with interest. BPB, BB, BOB, BPIB. PGB 1 Amp & Paskins’ Africandawns May Sonet Kindeace. A girl of lovely shape and still learning what showing is all about and doesn’t always stand to full advantage, once she’s mastered this one I’m sure she will do well as lots to like. Good balanced outline. Super head and enough neck. Moved away and back true. Superb topline and in excellent condition. Good front/rear angulation and length shown in correct reach and drive when on the move. Nothing overdone and of lovely type. RBB. 2 Fossett’s Brysdax Skyfall. Another lovely girl but a little reluctant on the move, movement however was sound away and back and kept a lovely topline in profile when she got going. Good forechect and balance giving a good overall picture- would benefit from being extended more on the stack. Lovely tight feet and good coat. Lots there to show. 3 Wood’s Faulksfollie Lady Gemima. 
OB 1 Amp, Borsuk & Fossett’s Baltic Legacy via Amberteckel. Nice head and good coat. Had the best front construction in class but would have liked better front and rear angulation. Less free moving but saw enough to see true away and back. Most balanced of the class overall. 2 Fossett’s Brysdax Mamma Mia. Nice head. Super forechest. Moved with purpose around the ring holding a good topline. Good tight feet. Little heavy in front today. Just preferred the overall shape and balance of 1. 3 Paskins Ch Abydachs Summer Dream at Kindeace ShCM VW. 
SBB 1 Colman’s Hannah Red. Very pretty head. Enough forechest. Held her topline on the move. Good coat. For me lacking in angulation front and rear.