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ECDA Open Show 5/11/17 – Sue Seath’s Best in Show Critique November 6, 2017

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A good line-up of quality dogs assembled for Best In Show, however the puppies were a little disappointing.

Best In Show – Muggleton’s Mosiarto Miss Calculate  

ECDA 1117 (16)

Eye-catching red Min Smooth bitch, who shows with animation and style.  Holds a lovely outline in both stance and profile movement.  Houndy head with correctly shaped, dark eye and keen expression.  Good reach of neck,  well placed shoulders, which are well laid back, with good length of upper arm to complement.  As a consequence, she displays the desired prominent breastbone and good forechest.  Pleasing body shape with good spring of rib, firm topline and good sweep of underline.  Ribbing extends well back.  Very well angulated hindquarters with super bend of stifle in stance.  Moved out freely with verve, and was true in up and back movement.  In gleaming condition.  Handler gets the very best from her.  I would just prefer slightly less wrinkle on forelegs for perfection.

Reserve Best In Show  (and also Best Veteran In Show) – Marks’ Ch. Brynalyn Royal Warrior via Labbadax

ECDA 1117 (14)Magnificent shaded red standard long dog of correct size, displaying perfect length to height ratio (not too large and long).  Noble head with arch to muzzle and dark almond shaped eye.  Strong powerful jaw.  Lengthy neck flows seamlessly into perfectly angulated, well placed shoulders.  Good length of upper arm and correct forechest.  Pleasing body shape, with good length of rib and short loin.  Hindquarters are well angulated and he has good bone and substance throughout.  Moved with parallel action up and back and effortless, free side gait. Presented in full, well conditioned coat.  He slightly dropped his topline in the competition for BIS in comparison with his performance in the Veteran class and this meant he had to settle for RBIS.  A quality dog to be justly proud of.

Best Puppy In Show – Gibson’s Allfrey’s London Look

Red Wire dog of correct size.  Presented the best overall outline in stance and on the move in this rather disappointing line up of puppies.  He still has a good deal of maturing to do, as can often be the case with young wire males, being quite shallow in body at the moment.  Head is correctly proportioned and has a keen, alert expression and good shaped, dark eye.  Reachy neck flows well into a firm topline which he held in profile movement.  Shoulders are reasonably well laid back, but I would prefer a little more length of upper arm, and this was reflected in his front movement coming towards me.  He does, however, have a good forechest.  Hindquarters and well angulated with a pleasing bend of stifle in stance.  Coat texture is good.  I would just like a little more bone and substance throughout and better feet.  Moved out freely with style round the ring and looked happy to be there.  Will watch his development with interest.

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Reserve Best Puppy In Show – Chappell’s Gleneddee Miz Devil Chic

Elegant light red Min Long bitch.  Well constructed throughout with attractive head, good reach of neck, good shoulders, body shape and topline and well angulated hindquarters.  Just a little short of coat at present, but as a consequence it was easy to see her overall construction and movement which was very good.  Moved out freely and held her shape in profile.  Displayed good parallel up and back movement.  Presented a pleasing outline in stance with a firm topline.

Any Variety Veteran Open

1st – Marks’ Ch. Brynalyn Royal Warrior Via Labbadax

2nd – Moore & Coverley’s Ch & Ir. Ch. Ex Sentia I’m Bond James Bond

Outstanding Wire dog I have long admired from the ringside and was delighted to have the opportunity to judge today.  Perfect in size and totally correct for 2:1 length to height ratio and ground clearance.  Displays excellent harsh textured coat to top it all off.  Attractive head with keen, mischievous expression and dark eye.  Good reach of neck and well placed shoulders.  Stands absolutely true in front and behind and holds a firm, level topline in stance and on the move.  Strode out freely with animation and still looks very youthful.  Correct parallel action up and back.  I just slightly prefered the forequarters of the Long which placed him ahead of this lovely dog.

Sue Seath (Judge)

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Eastern Counties Dachshund Association Open Show 5/11/17 November 5, 2017

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Thanks to all our members and others who entered the show and made it such a good entry.

Best in Show: Lisa Muggleton’s Mosiarto Miss Calculate

RBIS (& Best Veteran in Show): Glenda Marks’s Ch Brynalyn Royal Warrier via Labbadax Sh CM

Best Puppy in Show: Christine Gibson’s Allfreys London Look

RBPIS: Eddie Chappell’s Gleneddee Miz Devil Chic

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ECDA Open Show 28th May 2017 Marion Hunt’s critique June 9, 2017

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Judges report for the Miniature Dachshunds at the Eastern Counties Dachshund Association Open Show held on 28th May 2017.
A lovely run show with a garden party atmosphere in the sunshine and a good steward. I found no bad mouths and all dogs were presented well and all had acceptable heads and black toe nails. Some of the classes were challenging.

MWH P. (3,1) 1. Crow’s Martinks Drives You Dotty, well balanced pup of 9 mths. Nice head with good pigmentation and well set ears. Harsh coat and moving well. 2. Smith’s Creme De La Creme Sandra Buttock (imp) Slightly larger B of 10 mths. Good pigmentation and moving well from well muscled quarters. J (1,0) 1. Flower’s Vostock Zapad Viking for Bingobongo 10 mths bl/t of 10 mths, correct head with well shaped eye set on a good length of neck and well placed shoulders with prominent sternum. Level topline, harsh coat and moving well BP. Y(0) PG (5,1) A close decision. 1. Crow’s Compania Pandora Mature bitch of 3 1/2. Nicely constructed B with pretty head, good coat, well knuckled feet and moving well. 2. Morris’ Pennywave Uptown Girl JW. Nice headed b of 2 ½, good length of neck leading to well held topline and good tailset, coat harsh to touch, not quite the scope in movement of 1. 3. Ward-Blower’s Willowmist Brown Sugar. L. (2,0) 1. Morris’ Stargang Quintina at Pennywave Well balance girl of 5 yrs. Correct head leading to good length of neck and well laid shoulders and length of upper arm. Firm topline and well set on tail. Well knuckled feet, good pigmentaion and excellent harsh jacket. Exhibiting a good sternum and rib cage. Striding out on the move RBOB 2. Ward-Blower’s Whitewebbs Painted Black by Willowmist. Nice head and good shoulder. Well muscled quarters and wiry coat, at 8 yrs old a credit to her owner. O (2,0) 1. Morris’ Pennywave Top Totti JW ShCM . Lovely correct coated b.of 3years. Very well blanced. Everything fitting together with no sharp angles, your eye just flows over this girl from the tip of her nose to tip of her tail, firm topline and well set tail, moved with a free and easy reach and drive . In a nice entry a stand out winner. BOB. I later heard I had given her Group 2 at a show last year and she has gained letters after her name . 2. W. Painted Black at W.

MSH P. (8,1) 1. Wyeth’s Danton Cappuccino Ch/cream dog, nice head and good reach of neck, level topline, well bodied and good feet. Moving well. Well formed sternum and good ribbing. BP 2. Salisbury’s Brocklewood Black Orchid Bl/t lovely head, good reach of neck, level strong topline and well muscled quarters, liked her a lot, went close but carrying her tail a little high on the day. 3. Hicks’ Phoenie’s Lacrimosa Requiem. J. (6,1) 1. Salisbury’s B. Black Orchid. As previously stated liked this b and in this class got her tail carriage under more control to take this class. 2. Bullis’ Goodtry Ruby Tuesday at Amaffrey, well proportions shaded red, lovely neck and front assembly, well bodied up and good well muscled quarters. 3. West’s Archidax Betty Boop. Y. (3,0) 1. Barrett’s Star’s Tori Great Joy (Imp Ukr) 16 mth brindle d in good condition with nice head leading to good length of neck and shoulder and upper arm. Well muscled quarters which he used well on the move. Firm level topline. All standing on well knuckled feet. 2. Muggleton’s Mosiarto Miss Match Bl/t b, Good underline on this girl, Angulation in front and back assembles not quite matching therefore movement not quite as good as the winner. Pretty head with correct shaped eye. 3. Yeoman’s Klynerbyner Trademark. PG (6,0)1. Muggleton’s Mosiarto Mister Valentino, Shaded red d. Very well balanced and good moving young man. Nice head with good pigmentation, well ribbed. Correct ration height to length. 2. Hemming’s Clipperdown Gipsy Woman Bl/t Good head and length of neck, was feeling the heat a bit and not putting her best foot forward. 3. Watkinson’s Manakoora Glow. L (7,2) 1. Dimon’s Indyvis Enchanted Onyx presented a well balanced outlook. Correct head leading strong neck and good shoulder. Well ribbed. Level firm topline, well muscled quarters. Moving true from all angles. 2. Muggleton’s Mosiarto Miss Minimum. Similar remarks to 1, a bit longer in body and losing topline a bit on the move. Correctly proportioned head and excellent keel. 3. Watkinson’s Manakoora Kharna. O. (9,1) Muggleton’s Mosiarto Miss Calculate, another nice one from this kennel. Shaded red b. Excellant construction and moving very true. Nice head and reachy neck, very good shoulder and upper arm and correct sternum and ribbing. Level topline and short hocks giving her the necessary drive. BOB. 2. Barrett’s Ch Ayseebee Rumour has It. Very close up to winner. Similar remarks apply. Nice head and good eye, going well but hind action not quite as good as winner going away. . RBOB 3. 3. Manakoora Arookanam

MLH P. (3,0) 1. McCarthy’s Nagshall Just Lucamac. Caught my eye as soon as he entered the ring and found nothing untoward to change that view. Cream d in full coat despite his young age. Expressive expression with a good eye, reachy neck flowing into good shoulder and level topline. moving well from all angles. carried his tail correctly. well bodied up and well muscled. held his topline well, good body proportions. Showed a forechest with dimples and good ribbing. Could find nothing to beat him BP, BOB & RBPIS. Be interesting to see how he goes on. 2. Mccarthy’s Nagshall Santa Amelia shaded cream b. from the same stable as the winner with several of his attributes but less mature . pretty head with dark pigmentation, good bone and feet. 3. Brook’s Lyndaria Speckled Hen. J. (3,0)1. McCarthy’s Nagshall Just Be Lucky Litter sister to the puppy winner Lovely well balanced cream with correct height to length, slightly different head shape to her sibling. Promising. 2. Mortlock’s Metadale Anastasia at Hertsmerry Shaded red with nice head, good length of neck leading to good shoulder and level topline. Well knuckled feet. Good muscling. I would think the heat was getting to her as she wasnt putting much into her movement. 3. McCarthy’s Nagshall Danny Mac. Y. (5,0) 1. Brook’s Lyndarlea Vienna Red b. Lovely outline, good head, neck and shoulder. Well muscled quarters, moving well and gleaming with condition. Prefferred the head. 2. Wyeth’s Inkums Miss Vivian 2 ½ b. Good bone, well bodied, again a little sluggish on the move. 3. McCarthy’s Nagshall Port Alice JW . PG (4,0) 1. Pitfield’s Luna Caprese D’Oreo D’Argento of Follyfield imp. Dapple. This dog has to gone over to appreciate his virtues as he has masses of hair on his front end making him look front end heavy, but it is just that – coat. Under the coat there is a nice Dachshund of well balanced proportions trying to get out!! Nice head and firm body, good depth of chest with good ribbing. Moving well and standing on good feet. 2. Green’s Neetanauf Lucia Rijker Bl/t, nice head of good shape well muscled quarters and moving well. 3. McCarthy’s Nagshall Port Au Prince JW . L. (2,0) 1. Pitfield’s Follyfield Farley’s Fella Bl/t d. Again the coat deceives a bit, but good to go over, Masculine head without being overdone. Correct dimpled sternum, Well bodied with firm level topline and carried himself well on good feet. RBOB. 2. Brooks Lyndarlea Just Andy. Cream, a bit lower to the ground than the winner. Good well groomed coat, nice head and well help topline. O. (3,0) 1. Pitfield’s Follyfield Filamena 4 yr b. Good shoulder and firm level topline. Good bone and feet. Well muscled up and good stifles. Moving well from all angles. 2. Brook’s Obdax Lynn’s Badger JW 3 yr old dapple. Lovely head, well ribbed up and firm body. Fit and well muscled. 3. Green’s Neertanauf Jack Jones. AV Dachshund Open Stakes 1. Wand’s Wanderhund Scarlet Witch. Smooth 2. Sutton & Pankhurst’s L/H 3. Fossett’s Baltic Legacy via Amberteckel L/H.
Marion Hunt (Judge)

ECDA Open Show 28th May 2017 Liz Reed’s critique June 9, 2017

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EASTERN COUNTIES DACHSHUND ASSOCIATION 28/5/17

Thankyou to the committee for inviting me to judge a t this show, lovely venue and great hospitality. I thoroughly enjoyed the day.
W/H p(4,2a) 1 Stockdales Fenwires Limited Edition. 8months brindle bitch good head eye shoulders coat and bone, good movement with a happy personality. BOB BP.2 Normans Silvae Klasman 10month brindle dog good coat, angulation and drive, preferred the front of 1 RBOB.
S/H P(2) 1 Tites Phaeland Sweet Dancer 7month red bitch good bone head eye and angulation,moves well. When mature should do well.BPlB BPIS 2Halls Bensarka Little White Dove 10month b/t bitch good head and eye, correct size not the angulation of 1 and not cooperating with her handler. J(3) 1 Halls Bensarka Little White Dove 2Tites Rijobeau Caught On Camera 7month red bitch, good head, bone and movement quite a raw puppy at present.3 Goffin-Thorogood Matzell Malizani.Y(3,2a) 1 Nortons Matzell Myrtle red bitch with good bone,substance, true movement and happy temperament BOB RBIS. L (5,1a) Valentines Morailsa Secret Script Tiffwas b/t dog good masculine head dark eye good angulation and movement.2 Wands Wanderhund Moon Dragon red bitch, good mover nice feminine head.3 Starkeys Carpaccio Topic Of The Day Is Hamoura . O(5)1Sterkeys Carpaccio Jasper From Hamoura b/t dog of correct size,good movement angulation head and eye.RBOB 2Wands Wanderhund Scarlet Witch red bitch of good size great mover preferred rear of 1. 3Nortons Man Of The Match
L/H P (1) Fossetts Baltic Legacy Via Amberteckel 10month bitch lovely head and eye good bone coat and angulation moves well. BPIB J (1) Sutton and Pankhurst Lilia Rose AT Damai s/r bitch good head ,eye bone and front moved true keeping her topline. RBOB PG (1)Labbadax Inspiration s/r dog with good bone, movement and masculine head. L (2) 1Burk and Manstons Wardax Indian Summer Bonavoir red dog with correct and gleaming coat, good angulation topline , great mover a real showman. So pleased to see him go BIS. 2 Dimons Dimerlin Isolde b/t bitch good head eye and coat, good front movement. 0(1)1 Fossetts Brysdax Jacks Back red dog with good bone and angulation and movement.
Junior Handling (12-16) Bryony Fossett This young lady certainly knew her handling and totally deserved her award.
Miniature Open Stakes (12,3a) 1 Wests Archidax Betty Boop nice little s/r s/h bitch who responds so well with her handler, covers the ground with drive keeping her topline at all times.2 Brooks Lyndarlea Just Andy cream min l/h in great condition with lovely dark points, covered the ground so well on such a hot afternoon. 3 Muggletons Mosiarto Mister Valentino min s/h. ELIZABETH REED

Eileen Cooper Standard Smooth critique – ECDA Nov 2016 Open Show January 7, 2017

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Eastern Counties Dachshund Association held there open show on the 6th November 2016 at Milton Community Centre near Cambridge. I have long been a devotee of this show and was delighted when the committee asked me to judge. I was ably assisted by my steward Trevor Watkins. I thank the exhibitors for presenting me with an excellent entry of well-behaved, happy dogs .

Smooths .
Puppy Dog / Bitch (3)2a
1st Norton’s Matzell Myrtle:-7 Month old Clear Red Bitch mature in body. Movement difficult to assess not happy on floor. Good Topline when stacked. BP

Junior Dog/ Bitch(2)1a:-
1st Watson’s Amlida Ascari 15 Month shaded red bitch. Lovely outline when stacked, moved ok. Both handler and dog need to gain more confidence.

Yearling Dog/Bitch( 1) 1a

Post Graduate Dog/Bitch(3) 1a
1st Starkey’s Carpaccio Topic Of The Day is Hamoura. Chocolate and Tan Dog. Nice Size carrying excellent length or ribbing well back. Strong Masculine Head moved out well keeping topline at all times.
2nd Alton’s Kiersha That’s Show Business. Chocolate and Tan Girl who moved out well keeping stong topline. Nice Size. Preferred ribbing on one.

Limit Dog/Bitch (5)1a
1st Bethel & Gaskin’s Sobahli Sham Prezent President To Hampdach Shcm (Imp Russia). Black and Tan with strong head, good front assembly and shoulders with keel and ribbing well back. Moved out well with confidence.
2nd Burke & Manston’s Bonavoir Nulli Seconda. Pleasing B/t Bitch with good front,keel & topline moved out well kept topline both on the move and stacked. Just preferred shoulder placement of 1st.
3rd Alton’s Kiersha Futures Dream.

Open Dog/Bitch (6)2aSuper Class
Bethel and Gaskin’s Hampdach Simply Red . Dog with super reach of neck, good front assembly with excellent shoulder set good length of keel and ribbing well laid back. True topline line coming and going with strong hind action BOB.
2nd Norton’s Matzell Man of The Match.This Red Dog has a lot to like about him good front with good length of keel and ribbing moved out well. I Just preferred lay of shoulders on 1st. RBB

Ian Negus Critique – ECDA Open Show Nov 2016 November 27, 2016

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EASTERN COUNTIES DACHSHUND ASSOCIATION
OPEN SHOW

Thank you so much to the committee for asking me to judge at their show. It was a very enjoyable day amongst friends and I really enjoyed myself. The dogs were better than last time I judged miniatures and I was pleased to see there were none that looked drastically underweight.
There were, however, a couple of dogs that were over long or too tall which doesn’t help when trying to keep correct weight. Most displeasing thing I saw today though, was several dogs with very dirty teeth, one in particular being only 7 months old (the first miniature smooth I judged). It takes little effort to correct this and keep them clean so please, exhibitors, pay more attention to your dogs.
MINIATURE SMOOTH HAIRED
P (9,4a) 1st Shutt’s Donnadoon Dreamdust, lovely 8 months bitch with nice head on a long neck, good topline and underline, nice front assembly BP. 2nd Burton’s Swingletrees Star Arni Dahl. 3rd Stephen’s Bedu Pillow Talk.
J (7, 3a) 1st Yeomans Klynerbyner Trademark, 16 month c/tan dog, nice expression, well placed shoulders, good front, moved well holding topline. 2nd Oxley’s Dinkidax Phyllisia. 3rd Gaskins Dovestream In The Red
Y (3) 1st Williams Wilmerella Wells Fargo JW, great showman this b/tan dog with lots of confidence, lovely head on long neck, good front, nice hindquarters, held topline at all times. Moved with drive. Pleased to give him BOB and see him go RBIS. 2nd Shutt’s Donnadoon Waterloo Sunset. 3rd Starkey’s Carpaccio Just My Luck with Hamoura.
PG (2,1a) 1st Dimon’s Indyvic Enchanted Onyx, b/tan of 7yrs in hard condition, good head and expression, held topline, moved well.
L (6,1a) 1st Salisbury’s Brocklewood Black Rose JW, b/tan well presented in good condition, long neck good topline and long ribbing, moved well. 2nd Yeomans Klynerbyner Kiss Untell. 3rd Burke & Manston’s Radclyffe Zathera.
O (7,4a) 1st Fossett & Kent’s Lokmadi A Boy Named Sue JW, good front and shoulders, nice topline and underline, moved well, RBOB. 2nd Burton’s Swingletrees Razzamatazz JW. 3rd Stephen’s Swingletrees Duvet Bedu.

MINIATURE WIRE HAIRED
P (1,1a)
J (3) 1st Daykin’s Barratini Chatters, nice head and expression, good front assembly and long ribbing, good movement holding topline, enthusiastic showgirl. BOB. 2nd Grant’s Granhoward Edward. 3rd Tyler’s Aspera Hats Off to Yer.
Y (3,1a) 1st Barratini Chatters. 2nd Selley’s Ubu Frida Kahlo to Heleanne.
PG (3,1a) 1st Salisbury’s Barratini Hot Chick at Brocklewood, nice front, good topline, looked good stacked and on the move. 2nd Tyler’s Aspera Bila Shaka.
L (4,1a) 1st Selley’s Ubu Cracklin Rosie for Heleanne, best mover in the class, good angulation, nice topline. 2nd Hopper’s Stargang Jack O’Diamonds at Brynfaw. 3rd Ward-Blower’s Willowmist Brown Sugar.
O (5,2a) 1st Grant’s Barratini Ted Astaire at Granhoward, good head, nice dark eye, nice topline, good front, would like more rear angulation. RBOB. 2nd Tyler’s Drakesleat Hattie Tude. 3rd Ward-Blower’s Whitewebbs Painted Black by Willowmist.
Miniature Long Haired
P (5,2a) 1st Oxley’s Pearl Our Pride And Joy, nice compact bitch, shoulders ok, good rear angulation, nice mover. BP. 2nd Pitfield’s Lilacfen Purple Prince of Follyfield. 3rd Shutt’s Stargazer of Donnadoon.
J (1) 1st McCarthy’s Nagshall Port Alice, pretty red girl, good topline, nice shoulders and rear angulation, moved well.
Y (3) 1st Oxley’s Dinkidax Cyenna Satin, nice s/red bitch, moved well, good angulation, level topline, would like a tighter right elbow. RBOB. 2nd McCarthy’s Nagshall Port Au Prince. 3rd Pitfield’s Luna Caprese D’Oreo D’Argento of Follyfield.
PG (3,1a) 1st Green’s Neertanauf Lucia Rijker, light boned b/tan, nice head and neck, moved well. 2nd Burr’s Burrdach Sacha Mi Queen.
L (5) 1st Brooks Willott Astra at Pauntley, nice compact bitch, good front and hindquarters, long ribbing, good movement, well handled. BOB. 2nd Green’s Neertanauf Jack Jones. 3rd McCarthy’s Nagshall Justintime.
O (6) 1st Pitfield’s Follyfield Filamena, b/tan bitch, nice front assembly, good topline, good angulation, moved well. 2nd Brooks Obdax Lynn’s Badger JW. 3rd King’s Summerview Tittle Tattle JW.

AV Standard Open Stakes (4,2a) 1st Fossett’s Africandawns Night Lover for Brysdax, long haired, good topline and underline, good shoulders, moved well. 2nd Dimon’s Labbadax Inspiration for Dimerlin.

Ian Negus.

Judy Burgin BIS Critique – ECDA Open Show Nov 2016 November 22, 2016

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EASTERN COUNTIES DACHSHUND ASSOCIATION OPEN SHOW
BEST IN SHOW.

MY THANKS TO THE COMMITTEE FOR INVITING ME TO JUDGE AT THIS VERY HAPPY AND FRIENDLY SHOW AND MY STEWARDS FOR STILL GOING STRONG AFTER A LONG DAY. THANK YOU.

AV VETERAN.
1st: HOPPERS MONTRAVIA NIGHTINGALE. MIN NICE LITTE BITCH, GOOD SIZE WELL ANGULATED SHOULDER GOOD RlBB1NG , MOVED WELL.
2nd : GREEEN’S ELDMOUR ELECTRA. SWEET MIN L/H. NICE DARK EYE, WELL ANGULATED FORE AND AFT. MOVED WELL
GOOD BODY CONDITION.

BIS: BURKE & MANSTON’S BONAVOIR JAMES HOBBS. B/T LA DOG SHOWN IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. GOOD HEAD DARK ALMOND SHAPED EYE, GOOD REACH OF NECK AND WELL PLACED SHOULDER HIS RlBBING CARRIED WELL BACK WITH SHORT LOIN AND WELL MUSCLED HIND QUARTER’S. SOUND HAPPY MOVER.

RBIS: WILLIAM’s WILMERELLA WELLS FARGO JW. MIN sm. LOVELY SIZE WITH JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF WEIGHT. WELL ANGULATED FORE & AFT. AND ACTIVE HAPPY MOVER.

BPIS: MAES-JONES & BATES DEROCHAISE VERSACE. LOVLEY WIRE PUPPY SHOWING GREAT PROMISE, GOOD HEAD LENGTHY NECK INTO WELL ANGULATED SHOULDERS. WELL RIBBED & EXCELLENT TURN OF STIFLE. HE MOVED WELL & GOOD COAT.

RBPIS: NORTON’S MATZELL MYRTLE. S/H BITCH SHOWN IN GOOD CONDITION WELL ANGULATED FORE & AFT, GOOD RlBBING & FLUENT MOVER.
JUDY BURGIN.

A few more photos from ECDA November 2016 Open Show November 18, 2016

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Many thanks to Sue Burke’s daughter, Vanessa, for sharing these pictures with us.

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Videos from ECDA Open Show Nov. 2016 – join our Facebook Group November 6, 2016

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There are lots of video clips from our Open Show today available at our Facebook Page.

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ECDA Open Show results: November 6th 2016 November 6, 2016

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BIS: Sue Burke’s Bonavoir James Hobbs, Standard Long

RBIS: Mr R & Mrs S L Williams Wilmerella Wells Fargo JW, Mini Smooth

BPIS: Mrs E Maes-Jones & Miss V Bates Derochaise Elusia, Standard Wire

RBPIS: Miss M Norton’s Matzell Myrtle, Standard Smooth

Best Veteran: Ms J Hopper’s Montravia Nightingale, Mini Wire

Junior Handling age 6-11 years: Kieron Alton

Junior Handing 12-16: Bryony Fossett

Best Junior Handler: Bryony Fossett

Our Patron, Wendy Spencer, asked us to pass on her thanks to everyone who helped make the show a success today and sends her best wishes to you for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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