West of England Dachshund Club April 2011 - No CC's

 Judge: Mrs Pamela Mottershaw


BEST OF BREED : COXON Bensarka Golden Garter
Best Dog :  BURKE & MANSTON Bonavoir Matador
Res Best Dog :  BURKE & MANSTON Bonavoir Time Lord
Best Bitch : COXON Bensarka Golden Garter
Res Best Bitch : HUNT Carpaccio Black Sapphire
Best Puppy :  HUNT Carpaccio Black Sapphire

Puppy Dog or Bitch (6,4)
1st: HUNT Carpaccio Black Sapphire
2nd: BURKE & MANSTON Bonavoir Time Lord

Open Dog (1)
1st: BURKE & MANSTON Bonavoir Matador

Open Bitch (4,1)
1st: COXON Bensarka Golden Garter
2nd: HUNT Lauralee Miss Chokky Wokey at Carpaccio
3rd: MITCHELL Dubrey Dora the Explora


PD/B (6, 4) 1 BP and Res BB, Hunt's Carpaccio Black Sapphire. Stunning b/t puppy of undoubted quality and with many breed characteristics and qualities evident and looking very promising, feminine outlook, pleasing eye and head shape, arched neck, strong topline, very good forehand assembly, neat elbows, prominent front for age, stands on good legs and feet, moved out confidently. Shall follow her progress. 2 Burke &Manston's Bonavoir Time Lord. Well grown red with shapely head and dark eye, strong topline, good ribbing and standing on good legs and feet, less mature than first but potential is there. OD(1) 1 and BD, Burke &Manston's Bonavoir Matador. Red dog with masculine head of pleasing shape and strongly built overall, well bodied and standing on good legs and feet, excellent presentation, coat really gleaming and shows superb calm and happy temperament and disposition, moved with confidence and drive. OB(4, 1) Hair splitting decision between the first and second, both top drawer material. 1 BB and BOB, Coxon's Bensarka Golden Garter. Self red b with all the essentials and breed character to take her to the top, exquisite head, eye and expression, correct in general outline and presents a super profile, good length of neck, running into excellent shoulder placement, well ribbed, level topline and well angulated quarters, absolute pleasure to watch her take command on the move with precision and presence, should finish well. 2 Hunt's Lauralee Miss Chokky Wokey At Carpaccio. Eyecatching choc b in her prime, loved her in all departments, as she has breed essentials in abundance, well modelled headpiece carried well on strong yet graceful neck, good overall outline and body length, elbows close to ribs which have plenty of length, firm topline and well angled rear, stands on superb legs and feet, free flowing, easy strides and positive rear action which was super to watch, a bright future ahead and should also finish well. 3 Mitchell's Dubrey Dora The Explora. Completing a trio of quality bitches which were a pleasure to judge.
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