Birmingham National 2005

Dachshund (Smooth Haired)

Judge: Mrs M R Hitchens

Dog CC : 10119 Mr A & Mrs K BETHEL Ch Hampdach Autumn Quest
Res Dog CC : 10144 Miss L McNAUGHTON Aust Ch & Ch Nicholyev the Hobbit (Imp)
Bitch CC : 10145 Miss L McNAUGHTON Cedavoch Aarwen
Res Bitch CC : 10153 Mrs M TURNER Ch Marictur Miss Midnight
Best Puppy : 10137 Miss M LEREGO Teckelgarth Pandora
Best Veteran :
BEST OF BREED : 10119 Mr A & Mrs K BETHEL Ch Hampdach Autumn Quest

Class 1673 MPD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10149 Mrs Y & Mr J P OXLEY Lauralee The Real Thing At Owlery
2nd: 10112 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Lauralee Hot Chocolate

Class 1674 PD (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 10120 Mesdames BURKE, S & MANSTON, R Bonavoir Kool Ovation
2nd: 10126 Mrs E COOPER Sontag Simon Le Bone
3rd: 10128 Mr F & Mrs J COTTON Bonavoir More Than

Class 1675 JD (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10113 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Lauralee Lloyd George
2nd: 10154 Mr M J TURNER Rosanport Out Of The Hat
3rd: 10157 Mrs R WOLAGE Matzell Milord
Res: 10131 Mrs P HEDGES Sildandajo Just For You

Class 1676 PGD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10152 Mrs B M STANTON Hampdach Hot Topic

Class 1677 LD (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10158 Mrs R WOLAGE Matzell Moritz
2nd: 10140 Mrs D MELBOURNE Sunhaze St John of Melriding
3rd: 10142 Mr R & Mrs A McCARTHY Seatris Laced with Success
Res: 10132 Mrs P HEDGES Silandajo Hit The Jackpot

Class 1678 OD (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10119 Mr A & Mrs K BETHEL Ch Hampdach Autumn Quest
2nd: 10144 Miss L McNAUGHTON Aust Ch & Ch Nicholyev the Hobbit (Imp)
3rd: 10148 Miss M NORTON Ch Matzell Mateus

Class 1679 MPB (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 10137 Miss M LEREGO Teckelgarth Pandora
2nd: 10114 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Lauralee Single Girl
3rd: 10122 Mrs H M CHAMBERS Viewmoor Call Me Madam

Class 1680 PB (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10123 Mrs H M CHAMBERS Viewmoor Enchament

Class 1681 JB (9 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 10115 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Lauralee Under Milk Wood
2nd: 10147 Miss M NORTON Matzell Melua
3rd: 10133 Mesdames HINWOOD & LITTLE Longmel Sparkler
Res: 10138 Mr M LOVICK-GIBBS, Mrs J & GIBBS Roleta Indulgence
VHC: 10143 Mr R & Mrs A McCARTHY Roleta Best Bet For Seatris

Class 1682 PGB (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 10145 Miss L McNAUGHTON Cedavoch Aarwen
2nd: 10121 Mesdames BURKE, S & MANSTON, R Bonavoir Griannan
3rd: 10134 Mesdames HINWOOD & LITTLE Longmel Double Truffle
Res: 10139 Mr M LOVICK-GIBBS, Mrs J & GIBBS Roleta the Name of the Game
VHC: 10129 Mr, Mrs & Miss DAVIS Lauralee Temptation

Class 1683 LB (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 10118 Miss C L BETHEL Hampdach Spellcaster
2nd: 10136 Mrs T & Miss R KERRY Rosanport September Morn at Kireton

Class 1684 OB (7 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: 10153 Mrs M TURNER Ch Marictur Miss Midnight
2nd: 10155 Mr M J TURNER Ch Rafthouse Read My Lips
3rd: 10117 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Lauralee Inspiration
Res: 10116 Mr M G & Mrs J I ARMSTRONG Ch Lauralee Theme For A Dream
VHC: 10146 Miss L McNAUGHTON Cedavoch Integrity



MPD (2). 1 Oxley’s Lauralee The Real Thing at Owlery. First and second litter brothers, first place being a black and tan who seemed more mature in several areas, he has a balanced head and dark correctly shaped eye, good length of neck with well angulated front quarters, ample prosternum, one foot needs to tighten a little and his ribs ready to spring more but he is only a baby and has lots of promise. On the day, he moved more accurately in the rear than his brother; 2 Armstrong’s Lauralee Hot Chocolate. Still quite a baby with his early coat still to come out fully, good in head, eye and forechest, was not so enthusiastic on the move.

PD (4). 1 Burke’s and Manston’s R Nonavoir Kool Ovation. Black and tan who needs to develop in forechest but apart from that is v nice, has a conical head and dark eye, correct front and hind angulation, tight elbows, a little long in loin, moved the most steadily and correctly in this class; 2 Cooper’s Sontag Simon Le Bone. Another nice black and tan, who lacked a little confidence on the table, but is good to go over, with pleasing head, eye and quarters, also ribbing is of correct length and spring, not quite so tight in front movement as the winner; 3 Cotton’s Bonavoir More Than.

JD (4). 1 Armstrong’s Lauralee Lloyd George. Black and tan who did not take kindly to me on the table but his many attributes won me over, so balanced and sound to go over, everything was where you would want it. Had slightly better hind angulation than second; 2 Turner’s Rosanport Out Of The Hat. Black and tan, I enjoyed watching his profile movement, he has a balanced outline, conical head, dark eye, good ribbing and is in excellent body tone with level top line, both he and winner had good fore chests, preferred front movement of first; 3 Wolage’s Hatzell Milord.

PGD (1). 1 Stanton’s Hampdach Hot Topic. Typy red with balanced head, eye a little full, top and under line good, was a little overweight over the withers and shoulders could be better, moved soundly.

LD (4). 1 Wolage’s Matzell Moritz. Red in great muscle condition, no exaggerations, head and eye are correct, good prosternum, balanced front and rear quarters, ribs well sprung and run well back, not an easy d to handle but moved soundly; 2 Melbourne’s Sunhaze St John of Melriding. Red of heavier type, but good to go over, well placed shoulders and upper arm, firm level top line, tight feet, good under line, well muscled hindquarters, this virtue missing in a good number of exhibits, moved well; 3 McCarthy’s Seatris Laced With Success.

OD (3). Three v sound reds. 1 Bethel’s Ch Hampdach Autumn Quest. Super size and type, he has a lovely head, eye and expression, good length of neck into well laid shoulders and correct upper arm, with matching hindquarters he was able to cover the ground with ease on the move, holding a firm level top line, to be ultra critical I would like him to carry a little more weight. My DCC and BOB; 2 McNaughton’s Aust Ch and Ch Nicholyev The Hobbit (imp). Masculine head, dark eye, super angulation in front and rear quarters, strong level top line, feet better than winner, again a pound more weight would complete the picture, watching his profile movement, he extends and drives well, preferred hind movement of the winner. RDCC; 3 Norton’s Ch Matzell Mateus.

MPB (4). 1 Lerego’s Teckelgarth Pandora. Classic black and tan of lovely proportions and so feminine, she has a balanced head and darkest of oval eyes, good reach of neck into correct front, optimum weight, level top line, her well angulated hindquarters were well used to drive her round the ring, most promising youngster. BPIB; 2 Armstrong’s Lauralee Single Girl. Bigger built black and tan but retains her femininity, conical head and dark eye, good feet, ribbing and top line, moved well, preferred the overall balance and elegance of the winner; 3 Chamber’s Viewmoor Call Me Madam.

PB (1). 1 Chamber’s Viewmoor Enchantment. Black and tan who was flying her ears a little, spoiling her expression somewhat, head shape ok, but eye a little full, adequate fore chest, shoulders a little upright, moved soundly.

JB (9). Super super black and tans. 1 Armstrong’s Lauralee Under Milk Wood. Excellent in hindquarters and also had matching well laid shoulders and upper arm return, feminine head, dark eye, well sprung long rib cage, level top line, moved with extension and drive; 2 Norton’s Matzell Melua. A bit skittish at times, but lovely head and eye, tight feet, good prosternum, v well muscled body, good top and under line, pleasing on the move; 3 Hinwood’s and Little’s Longmel Sparkler.

PGB (6). 1 McNaughton’s Cedavoch Aarwen. Feminine red, she has good reach of neck, excellent shoulder and upper arm angulation with matching hindquarters, hence her ability to really cover the ground on the move and is stylish with it, her head maybe was the one feature that did not impress me but her other attributes well out-weighed that. I liked her a lot and awarded her the BCC; 2 Burke’s and Manston’s R Bonavoir Griannan. Chocolate who greatly appealed and who was lovely in practically all departments, has good length of body with the rib cage to support it, preferred her head to 1, good reach of neck into excellent shoulders, correct movement; 3 Hinwood’s and Little’s Longmel Double Truffle.

LB (3). 1 Bethel’s Hampdach Spellcaster. Nice sized black and tan, pretty balanced head, dark well shaped eye, she is good to go over and moved v happily covering the ground well; 2 Kerry’s Rosanport September Morn at Kireton. Black and tan who is slightly bigger than one but pleasing to handle on the table, good head, eye feint, carrying a little excess weight over the withers which partially spoilt her outline, steady correct movement.

OB (7). 1 Turner’s Ch Marictur Miss Midnight. Smaller of two v nice black and tans. She has a balanced outline with no exaggerations and on handling v few weaknesses. Liked her length of ribbing along with correct spring and depth. Enough prosternum. In lovely body and coat condition. Good to watch on the move. RBCC; 2 Turner’s Ch Rafthouse Read My Lips. Slightly different type but so pleasing to go over, prosternum less defined but has super shoulders and return of upper arm with matching hindquarters, level top line, accurate, enthusiastic mover; 3 Armstrong’s Lauralee Inspiration.

M R Hitchens