Windsor Championship Dog Show 2015

Dachshund (Wire Haired)

Judge: Mrs H J Caple

BEST OF BREED : 7018 PHILLIPS Mrs V Wiretap Here I Am
Dog CC : 7018 PHILLIPS Mrs V Wiretap Here I Am
Res Dog CC : 7008 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Silvae Farrago
Bitch CC : 7025 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Naughty But Nice
Res Bitch CC : 7009 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Ch Silvae Solo
Best Puppy : 7033 WHARTON, Ms E & PUGHE Ms H Derochaise Black Tarquin
Best Veteran :

Class 1892 VD/B NO ENTRIES

Class 1893 PD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7033 WHARTON, Ms E & PUGHE Ms H Derochaise Black Tarquin
2nd: 6991 BELLAMY Mrs J A & Mr G S Veenen Onyx Resetin Gold At Garjay

Class 1894 JD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7007 LANGRIDGE Miss D Tendrow Elberta
2nd: 6987 BALDWIN Mr & Mrs B C & J A Aventine Scotts Bluff

Class 1895 PGD (7 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7018 PHILLIPS Mrs V Wiretap Here I Am
2nd: 7026 SMITH Mr & Mrs I S & F E Jethard Two To Tango At Salixian
3rd: 6992 BLISS Mrs C K Knottsrose Juniper At Tobenkipt
Res: 7005 HAZELL Mr G W & Mrs E A Romanchi Nook Sack at Vraibleu
VHC: 7006 HINDER Mrs D Aventine The King's General

Class 1896 LD (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7016 PASKINS Mr K S & Mrs S M Tendrow Replays the Red Guy at Kindeace Sh.CM
2nd: 7019 PHILLIPS Mrs V Tendrow Replayed In Blue
3rd: 7023 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Cadbury Surprise
Res: 7029 WARREN Mrs A Wagsford Lincoln

Class 1897 OD (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 7008 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Silvae Farrago
2nd: 7010 MOORE Mr W I Metewand Bogen By The Sea
3rd: 6997 DAVIES Mrs C Ch Atahira Joie De Bleu
Res: 7002 GIBSON Miss C P Allfreys Rock Of Gibralter

Class 1898 GCDorB (1 Entries) Abs: 0

Class 1899 PB (7 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7011 MOORE Mr W I Cloudside Oops A Daisy
2nd: 6988 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Derochaise Wild Orchid
3rd: 7021 PUGHE, Ms H M & FRASER Ms C Bystock Extra Virgin
Res: 7017 PASKINS Mr K S & Mrs S M Kindeace Ruby Tuesday
VHC: 6993 BLISS Mrs C K Tobenkipt Blossom

Class 1900 JB (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 6998 DAVIES Mrs C Tendrow Joie De Vivre By Atahira
2nd: 6996 CLAYTON-SMITH Mrs S J Boloria's April Fool
3rd: 6989 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Derochaise Frosted Orchid
Res: 7032 WHARTON Ms L Greyhayne Lotty Merry
VHC: 7024 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Forever Foolish

Class 1901 PGB (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 7030 WARREN Mrs A Wagsford Lydia
2nd: 7028 STOCKDALE Ms L Wirelinc Cooks Companion
3rd: 7000 DAVIS Miss L Knottsrose Anemone

Class 1902 LB (5 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 7003 GIBSON Miss C P Allfreys Sternchen Alrisha
2nd: 7015 MORRIS Ms J E Wagsford Giselle
3rd: 6994 BROWN Mrs E & Mr J November Storm For Ablebody
Res: 7027 SMITH Mr & Mrs I S & F E Tendrow Rouge Et Noire At Salixian
VHC: 6990 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Derochaise Elegancia JW

Class 1903 OB (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 7025 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Naughty But Nice
2nd: 7009 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Ch Silvae Solo
3rd: 7031 WARREN Mrs A Ch Wagsford Florance
Res: 7014 MORRIS Ms J E Wagsford Winona Of Rocinda


My thanks to Windsor for the opportunity to judge at this years show and to exhibitors for the privilege of assessing their lovely hounds. It is four years since I last judged and was pleased with the overall quality today. The breed seems to be in good heart" at the moment and there were some promising puppies in both sexes, a good sign for the future. I was looking for a well constructed hound with good ground clearance who moved soundly and freely. My placings were as I saw them today and we had a large ring with plenty of room to move. As always temperaments in this variety was wonderful and coats were also good. The weather was somewhat warm during the bitch judging and seemed to affect some exhibits. 
PD (2) 1 Wharton & Pughe's Derochaise Black Tarquin. This handsome dark brindle youngster of almost 12 mths is super for size and type, well balanced, very much 'all together' in his build and looked lovely stacked. He is well angulated fore and aft with good front assembly, ribbing carried well back and good rear angulation. Has a lovely masculine head with excellent furnishings and dark eye, reachy neck and good topline, moved true away and back with good rear drive, good texture to coat, must have a bright future. BP. 2 Bellamy's Veenan Onyx Resetin Gold At Garjay. Pleasing brindle baby, just 6 mths and at his first show. Has lovely head and expression, of a pleasing type and overall shape with neat front, good ribbing and quarters. At present is still very immature and needs time to strengthen and firm up. Good wire jacket, moved out smartly and showed well. 
JD (2) 1 Langridge's Tendrow Elberta. Well presented brindle boy of 17 mths, liked his make and shape and nice clean lines. He is well balanced and smart in outline, attractive masculine head, pleasing front construction, reachy neck, good ribbing and rear angulation, moved out freely with a good stride in profile, but still needs to firm up a tad in his rear, good texture to coat and good furnishings, shows promise. 2 Baldwin's Aventine Scotts Bluff. Smaller, more compact 14 mth dark brindle who has lovely chunky bone and substance and excellent wire jacket, loved his super masculine head and eye, pleased in body and topline, deep chest and nicely made rear, his movement was neat away and back, but did not have the freedom of first. 
PGD (7) 1 Phillips' Wiretap Here I Am. Impressive red, super for type and quality, beautifully put together and a pleasure to go over, loved his head carriage and general deportment, masculine houndy head, dark eye, lengthy neck into well laid shoulder and good length of upper arm, well filled oval front, ribs go well back, has a strong, short loin and well angulated quarters. He was so sound away and back and moved out effortlessly with good reach and drive, superbly presented in lovely wire coat and has both style and presence and is a good showman, pleased to award him the CC and BOB. 2 Smith's Jethard Two Tu Tango At Saxilan. I like the size and outlook of this well presented red, very neat all through, pleasing head and eye, good forechest, well sprung ribs that are carried well back and firm well made rear. Has lovely bone and feet with nice short hocks and he keeps a good topline both standing and on the move where he went soundly. Coat has a good wire texture. 3 Bliss' Knottsrose Juniper At Tobenkipt. 
LD (4) 1 Paskin's Tendrow Replays The Red Guy At Kindeace ShCM. This well presented quality red lad has a smart outline that catches the eye. He is well developed with good front and upperarm, snug fitting elbows, good depth and length of ribbing, strong loin and quarters, has a lovely masculine head, reachy neck and good head carriage. In lovely muscular condition, moved soundly with excellent rear drive. 2 Phillips' Tendrow Replayed In Blue. Lots to like about this dark brindle of almost 18 mths, out of a slightly larger frame. He is well constructed throughout with balanced angulation fore and aft, loved his houndy head and expression, chunky bone and feet. He has a fabulous outgoing temperament but was a bit of a handful for his handler today. Moved out soundly. 3 Rowe's Boloria Cadbury Surprise. 
OD (5) Excellent class with quality all down the line. 1 McCalmont's Silvae Farrago. This quality brindle is lovely for size and type, well put together and super smart in outline, liked his handsome head and expression with good furnishings, reachy neck and firm topline, well filled front and neat elbows, lengthy ribbing, short loin and strong well angulated quarters, moved true away and back with a free easy stride in profile, well presented in excellent coat and condition and a credit to his owners. RCC. 2 Metawand Bogan By The Sea. Smart dark brindle of a pleasing type with good bone and substance. Liked the shape of his masculine head and pleasing expression, good length of neck and front assembly, well sprung ribs carried well back, neat feet and short hocks, moved soundly using his well developed rear to drive around the ring with good forward reach and drive, beautifully presented in lovely harsh coat. 3 Davies' Ch Atahira Joie De Bleu. 
PB (7) This was a very competitive class of promising babies all at different stages of development and it will be interesting to see how they progress. I'm sure they will all change places on another day. 1 Moore's Cloudside Oops At Daisy. A lot to like about this well made young lady, 7 mths brindle who appealed for type and sound construction, most attractive head and soft expression, liked her reachy neck, good shoulder, ribbing and rear angulation, moved out well away and back and freely in profile. Still very immature and needs to firm up all round, but shows lots of potential. 2 Bates & Maes-Jones' Derochaise Wild Orchid. Feminine dark brindle who I see is the litter sister to my BP and very much like him. She is a lovely size and is smart in outline with well filled front, good ribbing and quarters, most attractive head and expression and good texture to her coat. Moved out smartly, most promising. 3 Pughe & Fraser's Bystock Extra Virgin. 
JB (6) 1 Davies' Tendrow Joie De Vivre By Atahira. Delightful brindle who had immediate appeal, loved her for size and type, well put together and pleasing to go over, lovely head and expression, reachy neck, well filled oval front, good angulation front and rear, chunky bone and neat feet, good length to ribbing. Moved soundly keeping a good topline and has freedom and drive in profile, lovely happy temperament and was close up in the challenge. 2 Clayton-Smith's Boloria's April Fool. Most attractive dark brindle of 15 mths, very feminine in outlook and neat all through, most appealing head and expression, good neck and topline, well ribbed with short loin and well angulated rear, has good textured wire coat, moved out well keeping a good shape. At present she lacked the body and maturity of first, but liked her a lot. 3 Bates & Maes-Jones' Derochaise Frosted Orchid. 
PGB (4) 1 Warren's Wagsford Lydia. This smart dark brindle stood away here, having the best overall construction, moved soundly and freely and was an easy winner. Well proportioned head, nice eye and ear set, reachy neck, good shoulder and upper arm, deep ribbing that goes well back, strong rear, good coat and furnishings and keeps a good outline both on the stack and on the move. Liked her a lot. 2 Stockdale's Wirelinc Cooks Companion. Smart 4 yr old red girl, is lighter in frame and clean cut in outline, has neat front and good depth of ribbing, pretty feminine head with dark eye and pigmentation, she was well presented in good jacket and showed well. 3 Davis' Knottsrose Anemone. 
LB (5) 1 Gibson's Allfreys Sternchen Alrisha. Beautiful brindle, immaculately presented, of a lovely make and shape with a well balanced outline, sweet, feminine head, good neck and shoulder, well made body with lengthy ribbing, good turn of stifle and short, neat hocks, her movement was sound away and back and freely in profile, covering the ground well. 2 Morris' Wagsford Giselle. Another promising brindle, slightly longer cast than first but well put together and pleasing to go over, attractive head with good furnishings, good length of neck and firm topline, her ribs are well sprung and her rear well angulated, has good bone, feet could be tighter and lovely wire jacket, moved soundly. At present her larger frame still needs to body up a tad and didn't  have the finish of first. 3 Brown's November Storm For Ablebody. 
OB (5) Class of top quality bitches. 1 Rowe's Boloria's Naughty But Nice. Loved this delightful 3 yr old light choc, beautifully proportioned of a lovely size and type, well balanced with good height to length ratio, full of quality and a pleasure to go over, good head and furnishings, her neck flows into good shoulders, she has well filled front with close fitting elbows, ribs are well sprung and carried well back, short loin and well muscled quarters. She comes into her own on the move and carries herself so well, moves soundly with excellent reach and drive and really powers around the ring. Has fabulous outgoing temperament and is an excellent showgirl. In lovely condition and carrying just the right amount of weight and has lovely texture to coat. Pleased to award her CC. 2 McCalmont's Ch Silvae Solo. Stylish brindle who had immediate appeal, beautifully put together with lovely head which I preferred to first, good angulation front and rear, excellent ribbing and firm topline and strong well made quarters, has good bone and neat feet with a lovely clean cut outline, moved out well, being sound away and back and has freedom in profile. Today she just lacked a bit of sparkle and was not quite settled at times, lovely bitch and super coat and presentation. RCC. 3 Warren's Ch Wagsford Florance.