Leeds 2011

Dachshund (Miniature Smooth Haired)

Judge: Mrs P Sidgwick

BEST OF BREED : 433 CALLOW Mrs A Garthorne Miss Dynamite JW
Best Dog : 439 KENT Mr M & Mrs Y Barratini Jeeves at Lokmadi JW
Res Best Dog : 434 CALLOW Mrs A Gad About At Garthorne
Best Bitch : 433 CALLOW Mrs A Garthorne Miss Dynamite JW
Res Best Bitch : 436 HUNT Mrs S & Mr J Cwmdarhian Back To Alabama
Best Puppy : 436 HUNT Mrs S & Mr J Cwmdarhian Back To Alabama
Best Veteran :
Best Breeder : Williams

Class 121 PD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 449 WILLIAMS R Cwmdarhian Arizona
2nd: 445 SHUTT Mrs M E Donnadoon Le Mousquetaire

Class 122 JD (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 448 WILLIAMS R Cwmdarhian Can't Touch This
2nd: 435 HUNT Mrs S & Mr J Carpaccio Captain Scarlet

Class 123 PGD (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 453 WORTON Mrs L Cwmdarhian Little Monty
2nd: 443 SHUTT Mrs M E Pachego Explorer for Donnadoon
3rd: 450 WILLIAMS, R & JONES Mrs L Cwmdarhian Billy The Kid
Res: 441 PHILLIPS Mrs I Jentiki Red Chilli Pepper

Class 124 OD (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 439 KENT Mr M & Mrs Y Barratini Jeeves at Lokmadi JW
2nd: 434 CALLOW Mrs A Gad About At Garthorne
3rd: 446 WILLIAMS R Cwmdarhian Benjamin Button

Class 125 PB (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 436 HUNT Mrs S & Mr J Cwmdarhian Back To Alabama
2nd: 440 PAYTON Ms C J Marajo Saphira's Fire

Class 126 JB (2 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 438 KENT Mr M & Mrs Y Lokmadi Steffy Byng
2nd: 447 WILLIAMS R Cwmdarhian What A Carry On

Class 127 PGB (1 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: 438 KENT Mr M & Mrs Y Lokmadi Steffy Byng

Class 128 OB (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: 433 CALLOW Mrs A Garthorne Miss Dynamite JW
2nd: 444 SHUTT Mrs M E Metadale Fabulous Florence for Donnadoon
3rd: 442 SCOTT Mr & Mrs M Shemby Crafty Kate


PD (2) 1. Williams Cwmdarhian Arizona, loved this richly marked b&t youngster, so well bodied and muscled for age, well sprung ribs, strong neck, good forechest, well angulated rear quarters. He has the correct conicle shaped head with dark eye, moved true coming and going should have a bright future. BPD. 2. Shutt's Donnadoon Le Mousquetaire, not the maturity of winner, and built smaller frame, presents a pleasing outline standing with elegant reach of neck and well laid shoulders, unsettled on the move.

(2) 1. Williams Cwmdarhian Can't Touch, quality youngster with excellent head, good balance of muzzle to skull, strong jaw, well bodied with good forechest, correct spring of rib of good length with level topline, strong rear quarters used well on the move. 2. Hunt's Carpaccio Captain Scarlet, shaded red, good head with dark oval eye, well balanced, lovely to handle on table, firm well made body with good neck and shoulders, well ribbed with level topline.

(4) 1. Worton's Cwmdarhian Little Monty, well bodied of good length, well sprung of rib, oval chest, with good depth and pleasing underline. He is well muscled, with strong quarters, pleasing size with good head, strong muzzle, dark oval eye and black pigmentation. Moved out well to take the class. 2. Shutt's Pachego Explorer for Donnadoon, Two year old shaded red dog, oval chest, well angulated forequarters, good topline standing, just not as steady on move as winner. 3. William's Cwmdarhian Billy the Kid.

(3) A quality class all three dogs, although of differing types, would have been worthy winners, a pleasure to judge, I chose for my eventual winner:- 1. Kent's Barratini Jeeves at Lokmadi, it was good to see this youngster again having judged him as a youngster, now fully mature, he presents a stunning outline standing with ring presence that cannot be ignored, excels in neck and forequarters, with prominent sternum, oval chest. Well ribbed with firm level topline both standing and on the move. Strong rear quarters he powers around the ring, can be a little proud of his tail at times but forgave this as I loved his attitude. Pleased to award him Best Dog. 2. Callow's Gad About at Garthorne, on the table thought this dog would be my winner, loved his compact make and shape, so well balanced all through, a pleasure to handle, with muscled well ribbed body, oval chest, firm level topline and strong hammy quarters, just lacked the attitude of the winner. RBD. 3. William's Cwmdarhian Benjamin Button.

(2) 1. Hunt's Cwmdarhian Back to Alabama BP & Res BB, just 6 months, I absolutely loved this bitch a close decision between her and the eventual winner, change of handler in the final award just unsettled her on the move. Sister to the PD winner and similar remarks apply, for me she just had the edge in head type. She is a lovely size, so well balanced all through, firm and well muscled, well ribbed with level topline, correct angulation and strong rear quarters, moved soundly coming and going. 2. Payton's Marajo Saphira's Fire, 9 month chocolate and tan bitch, smaller in stature than winner, good forechest and level topline standing, presents a balanced outline.

(2) 1. Kent's Lokmadi Steffy Byng, b&t pleasing to go over, with typey conicle shaped head, good neck and well laid back shoulders, good forequarters leading into well ribbed body. 2. Williams Cwmdarhian What a Carry On another promising b&t, just lost out on movement in the class to winner who was a little steadier on the day. Compactly made with prominent sternum, oval chest, well ribbed body, with good underline. Well angulated rear quarters.

(1) 1. Kent's Lokmadi Steffy Byng.

(3) 1. Callow's Garthorne's Miss Dynamite JW Loved this quality bitch, a real pleasure to handle on the table, so well made, stunning head with dark eyes, correctly made forequarters with oval chest and prominent sternum, she is compactly made with well ribbed body, correct underline and excellent topline, held on the move. Well angulated rear quarters with short hocks, moved and showed well I was pleased to award her Best Bitch. 2.Shutt's Metadale Fabulous Florence for Donnadoon, shaded red with excellent pigmentation, tapering muzzle to head, with dark oval eye. Not as steady on move as winner. 3. Scott's Shemby Crafty Kate.

Williams Cwmdarhian Team, On the day this relatively new kennel presented some quality dachsunds, it is obvious from those shown they are now making their mark on the show ring, breeding to type. Well done.

Pauline Sidgwick