Leeds Championship Dog Show 2016

Dachshund (Wire-haired)

Judge: Mr Mike Caple


BEST OF BREED : 5620 PHILLIPS Mrs V Ch Wiretap Here I Am (Imp)
Dog CC : 5620 PHILLIPS Mrs V Ch Wiretap Here I Am (Imp)
Res Dog CC : 5612 MARSTON-POLLOCK Mrs P Cloudside Oliver
Bitch CC : 5617 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Ch Silvae Solo
Res Bitch CC : 5626 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Naughty But Nice
Best Puppy : 5589 ARTHURS Mr & Mrs A Hototo's Bark At The Moon
Best Veteran : 5601 CARTER Mrs K & Misses L & J Romanchi Alkansea

Class 1624 PD (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5589 ARTHURS Mr & Mrs A Hototo's Bark At The Moon
2nd: 5592 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Derochaise Versace
3rd: 5633 VINE Mrs R M Cishelvine Caught Out
Res: 5628 SHAW Ms J Tendrow Moondance
VHC: 5618 MOORE & DOWNES Megline Aramis (Imp)

Class 1625 JD (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 5632 VIG Mr B Q-rrens-dax Enzo-topazo
2nd: 5602 CARTER Mrs K & Misses L & J Romanchi Stargazer

Class 1626 PGD (3 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5612 MARSTON-POLLOCK Mrs P Cloudside Oliver
2nd: 5634 VINE Mrs R M Derochaise Justified for Cishelvine
3rd: 5596 BELLAMY Mrs J A & Mr G S Veenen Onyx Resetin Gold At Garjay

Class 1627 LD (5 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5619 PASKINS Mr & Mrs K S Tendrow Replays The Red Guy At Kindeace
2nd: 5610 LANGRIDGE Miss D Tendrow Elberta
3rd: 5629 SMITH Mr & Mrs I S & F E Jethard Two To Tango At Salixian
Res: 5590 BALDWIN Mr B C & Mrs J A Aventine Scotts Bluff
VHC: 5637 VINE, Mrs R & BAXTER Miss A Cishelvine Red Admiral

Class 1628 OD (6 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 5620 PHILLIPS Mrs V Ch Wiretap Here I Am (Imp)
2nd: 5604 COVERLEY Mrs L Ch Aventine Jamaica Inn
3rd: 5616 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Ch Silvae Farrago
Res: 5624 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Cadbury Surprise
VHC: 5632 VIG Mr B Q-rrens-dax Enzo-topazo

Class 1629 VD (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5601 CARTER Mrs K & Misses L & J Romanchi Alkansea

Class 1630 PB (6 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5593 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Derochaise Elusia
2nd: 5598 BINKS Miss A Cishelvine Just This Once
3rd: 5630 SMITH Mr & Mrs I S & F E Salixian Tea For Two
Res: 5623 PHILLIPS Mrs V Tendrow Dancing On A Dream At Clipperdown
VHC: 5597 BELLAMY Mrs & Miss J & J Tendrow Dancing Queen With Garjay

Class 1631 JB (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 5614 MAXWELL Mr R & Mrs J Bardrestan Queen of the South
2nd: 5606 DEAN Mrs J N Brontillow Grace Darling

Class 1632 PGB (6 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 5625 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Tiger Lily
2nd: 5603 CLAYTON-SMITH Mrs S J Boloria's April Fool
3rd: 5635 VINE Mrs R M Cishelvine Careless Wispa
Res: 5608 HASTINGS Mr & Mrs C Lesandnic Sleepytime
VHC: 5607 GIBSON Miss C P & Allfreys Rosabaya

Class 1633 LB (2 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 5600 CARRUTHERS Mrs J Brumberhill Bellina

Class 1634 OB (7 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 5617 MCCALMONT Mr & Mrs D & K Ch Silvae Solo
2nd: 5626 ROWE, Mrs J & ROWE Miss R Boloria's Naughty But Nice
3rd: 5594 BATES, Miss V & MAES-JONES Mrs E Ch Derochaise Elegancia JW
Res: 5622 PHILLIPS Mrs V Ch Hototo Swellegant Gal At Tendrow
VHC: 5631 STILES Mr R Cishelvine Sea Spray

Class 1635 VB NO ENTRIES

Many thanks to Leeds committee for the invitation to judge W/h Dachshunds, always a pleasurable experience, my thanks also to both efficient ring stewards. Thank you to exhibitors for allowing me to assess their hounds.

PD (6) 1 Arthur’s Hototo’s Bark At The Moon, very promising youngster just short of 10 months, presented a balanced outline of correct proportions, liked his masculine head, strong bone, balanced angulation, pleasing in top & underline, well ribbed back, well filled front, neat elbows & well bunched feet, harsh jacket, moved out with an easy stride. BP; 2 Bates & Maes-Jones’ Derochaise Versace, at just 7 months this harsh coated youngster was “raw” in comparison to 1, pleased in head & angulation, good proportions, as yet not the forechest of 1, moved out with a good stride; 3 Vine’s Cishelvine Caught Out. JD (3) 1 Vig’s B Q-rrens-dax Enzo-topazo, this 15 months youngster has some fine breed points, excellent bone, super bunched feet, balanced angulation front & rear, & an excellent harsh coat even on his legs & feet, however he still needs to firm up all over, on the go around he loses his topline & needs to carry his tail lower; 2 Carter’s Romanchi Stargazer, also 15 months out of a much larger frame, whilst he is firmer all through & his coat is OK, he would look better with less weight, & was sluggish on the go around, thought that 1 scored in front, coat & feet. PGD (3) 1 Marston-Pollock’s Cloudside Oliver, top quality youngster of 19 months out of the top draw, has immediate appeal, real houndy head, has super build & construction, with balanced angulation in both fore & rear, well filled front, excellent top & underline, great bone, in great muscular condition, good reach & drive in movement, well presented harsh coat, expect to hear more of this lad. RCC; 2 Vine’s Derochaise Justified for Cishelvine, at 2 years this houndy lad looked raw in comparison to 1, will look better carrying more condition, slightly longer cast, real masculine head, great coat, not quite the front of 1; 3 Bellamy’s Veenen Onyx Resetin Gold at Garjay. LD (5) 1 Paskins’ Tendrow Replays The Red Guy at Kindeace, neat 3 years red in good jacket, presented a balanced outline of correct proportions, well bodied with good ribbing, pleased in his forehand with well filled front & neat elbows, moved out soundly; 2 Langridge’s Tendrow Elberta, lots of good points on this 2 years brindle, out of a ranger mould, good angulation, houndy head, good ribbing, strong bone & good hindquarters, was not concentrating on the job in hand, however I saw enough for him to gain this placing, perhaps more schooling required; 3 Smith’s Jethard Two To Tango at Salixian. OD (6) 1 Phillips’ Ch Wiretap Here I Am, super houndy red, correct proportions & outline, in firm hard condition & with excellent harsh jacket, loved his attitude & showmanship, forehand construction was textbook, with prominent pro-sternum & stands true on his front, ribbing, top & underline were excellent, good width to hammy quarters, moved soundly with verve. CC & BOB; 2 Coverley’s Ch Aventine Jamaica Inn, top quality brindle with the stamp of his sire about him (I see that the RCC also has the same sire), easy to see how he carries his title, excelled in head, bone, ribbing & hindquarters, excellent crisp coat, was close up in the challenge, preferred the return of upper arm of his half brother; 3 McCalmont’s Ch Silvae Farrago. VD (1) 1 Carter’s Romanchi Alkansea, this brindle rising 8 years pleases for type & overall shape, well filled front, liked his head, balanced angulation in forehand & hindquarters enabled him to move out with an easy action, although comes on a little wide. Coat OK but needs tidying. BV.

PB (6) These youngsters were all very unsettled, some unsure of the surface & found it difficult to concentrate on the job in hand. 1 Bates & Maes-Jones’ Derochaise Elusia, very feminine 7 months dark brindle baby, liked her overall shape, has correct height/length ratio, has a neat well filled front, good ribbing giving smooth underline, pleased in angulation front & rear, managed to see enough to give her this placing, looks promising; 2 Binks’ Cishelvine Just This Once, nice sized brindle of 10 months, pleasing feminine head, well filled front, although not the front angulation of 1, well ribbed back, good angulation in hindquarters, needs to settle in topline, coat is harsh & will look better in full jacket; 3 Smith’s Salixian Tea For Two. JB (3) Little to chose between these two youngsters, on today’s performance I chose 1 Maxwell’s Bardrestan Queen Of The South, 16 months brindle of pleasing size, appealed for outline, bone & ribbing, neat well filled front, kept her shape on the move with good profile gait; 2 Dean’s Brontillow Grace Darling, well bodied dark brindle of 12 months, good bone, front was well filled but preferred neatness of 1, slightly longer cast, needing to firm up in her topline. PGB (6) 1 Rowe’s Boloria’s Tiger Lily, most lovely choc/t of 16 months, liked her balanced outline, good forehand with well filled front & return of upper arm, excellent top & underline, houndy head, lengthy ribbing, full of life, moved out easily with verve, certainly one for the future; 2 Clayton-Smith’s Boloria’s April Fool, nice sized very dark brindle of 2 years, very close coat, again balanced in outline, pleasing angulation & ribbing, close up to 1, preferred the forehand & sheer verve of 1, moved OK but not really concentrating on the job in hand; 3 Cishelvine Careless Wispa. LB (2) 1 Carruthers’ Brumberhill Bellina, although alone this r/br of 21 months was fully deserving of her placing, pleased for type, well constructed, balanced in her angulation, good top & underline, harsh jacket, was a little unsettled having been rushed into the class, however she moved out with an easy & sound ground covering action. OB (7) Excellent class full of quality. 1 McCalmont’s Ch Silvae Solo, this top quality 3 years brindle is of excellent breed type, in firm hard condition, height/length ratio is correct, presents a balanced outline with good angulation, excellent top & underline, real houndy head with proud carriage, well developed forehand & muscular hammy quarters with short hocks, well presented in good harsh jacket, really covered the ground with strong driving action. CC; 2 Rowe’s Boloria’s Naughty But Nice, this 4 years choc/t was close up, full of verve like her kennelmate, pleases in all breed points, forehand development, lengthy ribbing, well developed quarters, height/length ratio, good jacket, was sound in movement really covered the ground. RCC; 3 Bates & Maes-Jones’ Ch Derochaise Elegancia.