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SOUTH EAST & EAST ANGLIAN TIBETAN SPANIEL SOCIETY

OPEN SHOW RESULTS - SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2004

TOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS VILLAGE HALL, NEAR TIPTREE, ESSEX

JUDGE - MRS B JEFFREY (VELROK)

I would like to thank the Chairman and committee of SEEATS for the invitation to judge the open show, the appointment was offered some while before the opportunity to join the committee arose.

The venue was excellent, spacious inside with a large ring and lots of parking space outside in a lovely setting. It should have been easy to get to only my chauffeur (me!) failed to keep to the inside lane at the road works, went sailing on by the turning and had to turnabout further down the A12.

Thanks to all the committee for an enjoyable day. To Kerry for stewarding and keeping things ticking over, Pauline for a wonderful banquet and Brian (honorary assistant) for the tea and calming talk about anything but dogs!

I feel privileged to have had 5 champions entered in the veteran classes and was delighted to be able to go over 3 of them. It proves that our breed is certainly not retired at 7 years old. Also good fun were several dogs not being shown by their owners and they all certainly made a great job of their task, the dogs not seeming to mind at all!

Best In Show was my veteran winner Ch Hilsar Duar A Parla, whom I couldn't see past for his quality on the day. Beautifully handled and proving at 10 years, how our breed can last. Runner up was Deanford Will O The Wisp on Moorland, who still has plenty of maturing to do, but has lovely free moving gait.

Best Opp Sex was Baskwood Kol Pa with Hilsar, again still plenty of maturing to do, very feminine and showing wonderfully for her handler who has never shown a Tibetan Spaniel before!! (hope it was fun!). Best Puppy was Kendoman Golden Sandstone, lovely red colour, showing beautifully and assertively.

Thanks for my gift, the champagne was drunk in the beautiful crystal flutes on Christmas Eve with my sister Joanne, and many toasts were spoken, we hope they all come true

Barbara Jeffrey
1/1/05

VETERAN DOG (7:2 ABSENT)

1. BREEZE & STYLES CH HILSAR DUAR-A-PARLA,
10 years old and would easily pass for half that age! Sable boy, lovely outline. Masculine head with slightly domed skull and correct length of muzzle. Dark expressive oval eyes. Full correct dentition. He is balanced, showing in his excellent movement, fore and aft and in profile. Really enjoyed his showing as did I think his handler (not one of his owners) who got the best out of him today. Best In Show and Best Veteran.

2. JEWELLS CH WILDHERN ICE 'N' FIRE.
Lovely particolour of 12 years. He is beginning to show his age now (and he is entitled to), but still full of quality. He has the required small head, but masculine with a medium length of muzzle and a lovely expression. His outline is again excellent with correct neck length into good forequarters. He moved well around the ring showing his straight and positive gait. A delight to see him looking so well.

3. ROAKES BYZANTIUM THE UNFORGIVEN.
A youngster of 7 years old. He presented a good outline. Good head proportions and eye shape. Black pigment. Correct front assembly with slight bow. He moved straight and free around the ring.

MINOR PUPPY DOG (2:1 ABSENT)

1. JEWELLS SILVERSET ICEMAN AT MOORLAND.
6 ½ month old particolour boy at only his 2nd show and already gaining confidence. He has a small masculine head with the darkest pigment and eyes, medium length of muzzle, good mouth, plenty of chin. Front slightly bowed, level topline, sound coming and going and he is developing a lovely, straight, free positive gait which shows once he settles on the move. Best Puppy Dog.

PUPPY DOG (NO ENTRIES)

JUNIOR DOG (2:1 ABSENT)

1. OSBORNS QUAILMOOR KIFUR.
14 month black and tan boy. He has correct medium length of muzzle, very dark pigment and eyes, with a gentle but masculine expression. Length of neck correct into good body proportions. Moved positively with free action. Needs to body up of course at his age and needs a bit more spring of rib which will develop as he matures.
NOVICE DOG (No entries)

POST GRADUATE DOG (7: 1 ABSENT)

1. JEWELLS DEANFORD WILL O THE WISP ON MOORLAND
Fawn dog of 2 ½ years presenting a lovely outline standing. Small head, masculine but with a soft expression. Slightly domed skull showing moderate width and length, blunt muzzle, well cushioned, although I would prefer a 'tad' more length. Balanced body proportions with good length of upper arm, correctly angled, producing a positive forward reach. Needs to body up(still a youngster!!) A difficult decision between 1 and 2, the winner being a little more settled on the move on the day. Both have yet to reach full maturity. Reserve Best Dog and Reserve BIS.

2. OSBORNS QUAILMOOR CHAENOMELES.
Dark sable dog again the same age as 1st. Has the most beautiful head and expression, dark brown melting eyes, black pigment, slightly domed skull with medium length of muzzle. His body proportions are correct and he has excellent front extension, giving a free and positive movement.

3. CHAPMANS KENDOMAN GOLDEN SIR TANT
Gold sable dog of good body proportions. Small head as required with oval eye shape and good dentition. Good spring of rib, moved well.

LIMIT DOG (5)

1. LILLEYS KENSING HENRY HIGGINS JW Shcm
Just short of his 2nd birthday. Masculine with correct head proportions, medium length cushioned muzzle, dark brown eyes and black pigment. Good body shape with level topline. He moved smartly, correct coming and going and showed very well. Had that extra bit of sparkle and assertiveness over 2nd.

2. YOUNGS KWAN OF LINGFIELD
Mature boy, wonderful red colour of a different style to winner. Taller, but with correct length/height ratio. Dark pigment, good dentition. Moved freely and positively, keeping a level topline.

3. BREEZE AND STYLES HILSAR KAHLA T'SO JW
Dark sable dog, small masculine head, dark expressive eyes and black pigment, well cushioned muzzle. Presented a good outline and moved smartly. Close up on 1 and 2, not quite the freedom of movement on the day.

OPEN DOG (4)

1. BREEZE AND STYLES AMBYLA MAHA KALA AMONG HILSAR JW
Lovely head and expression, dark brown eyes, black pigment and enough chin for the required blunt finish. His outline is good, and he is balanced showing in his movement, with good front reach and drive behind. Very attractive dark sable colour with a black shawl.

2. JEWELLS KENSING FRAZER BLAZER AT MOORLAND
Black and tan, almost a veteran and has got better as he has matured over the years. Small masculine head, with correct dentition and finish of muzzle. Good set on of neck into shoulders. Level topline, good spring of rib. He move positively with a free action.

3. LILLEYS KENSING FREDDY TEDDY JW
Litter brother to above, sable in colouring. Small masculine head with dark eyes and balck pigment. Has good body proportions and he moved amartly and showed very well.

VETERAN BITCH (9:2 ABSENT)

1. SHORTS CH MALIA PASTICHE
Nearly 13 years old and show us how to get around the ring with her sound, positive movement. Elegant outline, level topline with correct front assembly. Coreect head proportions. Still showing her heart out. A pleasure to go over her- thankyou.

2. DAVIES TSARONG SHANTARA
10 year old pale gold, pretty girl with a lovely feminine head and well proportioned shape. Sound in all aspects on the move. Winner just had a bit of extra sparkle.

3. OSBORNS QUAILMOOR SAN-SUU-KYI
Another 10 year old, not looking her age. Again, pretty head, with a lovely feminine expression. Good body proportions moved well but not quite the positiveness of the first 2

MINOR PUPPY BITCH (1:1 ABSENT)

PUPPY BITCH (2:1 ABSENT)

1. CHAPMANS KENDOMAN GOLDEN SANDSTONE
11 month old girl, another lovely red colour.. She has the blackest of pigment, black muzzle and dark oval eyes. Good body shape with good spring of rib. She moved well and showed with a very assertive air. Look forward to seeing her grow up. Considered for Best Bitch, but needs maturity. BEST PUPPY IN SHOW.

JUNIOR BITCH (4:1 ABSENT)

BREEZE AND STYLES BASKWOOD KOL PA WITH HILSAR JW
1. 16 month old pale gold girl. She has a good head with medium length of muzzle, black pigment and dark eyes giving a soft, feminine expression. Her front and rear angulation are balanced giving very free and positive profile movement. Showed really well. Close between 1 and 2 but 1st had a slightly tighter front action.

2. TYLERS SOUSKA ALL OUT OF LOVE FOR MULLTYE.
Just over 1 year, sable girl with a lovely head, dark eye and pigment. Again excellent type, slightly longer in body than height at withers. Not quite as tight in front action, which is to be expected a her age.

3. ROUSSELL-STONES KAVARNAGH MOONDUST.
14 month old sable girl who enjoyed her day out. She has a pretty head with the desired slight lift to ears. She moved soundly going away, but needs to mature still and also lacks coat at present.

NOVICE BITCH (4)

1. CHAPMANS KENDOMAN GOLDEN SANDSTONE.

2. WHITES KECHANTA KHANDI-FLOSS
Just out of junior. Good proportions and shape, level topline and good front assembly. Small head and medium length muzzle, good mouth. Not in full coat at the moment, plenty of time to mature.

3. SESSTEINS SHEPERNIE TALK OF THE TOWN
Attractive colour on this girl and lovely head proportions in skull shape and medium length of muzzle. Good earset, with slight lift and lovely ear fringes. Very dark expressive eyes. Good body proportions and level topline. Her stifles are a little straight and therefore doesn't drive behind as positively as one would wish.

POST GRADUATE BITCH (7:2 ABSENT)

1. SHORTS MALIA ATHENA JW
Very showy girl of about 22 months. Very feminine, good head with medium length muzzle, correct dentition. She has correct length of neck, flowing into a level topline. She moves straight coming and going and has a positive and free profile action. Not yet in full 'dress'. I think she will take a while to blossom fully (and lots of time to enjoy showing her!!). Reserve Best Bitch.

2. CHAPMANS KENDOMAN GOLDEN SPARKLE
Golden sable girl with a slightly domed skull and cushioned muzzle. Dark pigment. Good body proportions with a level topline and good spring of rib and well shaped stifles.

3. SESSTEINS SHEPERNIE TOUCH OF CLASS.
Another young girl of 20 months, pale gold with a pretty head of correct size. Needs slightly larger ears but they are of the correct shape and set. Good body proportions, length to height ration good, level topline. Shows well, in quality coat. Would prefer more curve of stifle.

LIMIT BITCH (7:1 ABSENT)

1. DAVIES TSARONG TARA-TSE
Lovely feminine girl, pale gold, correct head proportions, oval eye and black pigment. Good body shape and spring of rib. Moved correctly and positively showing a good front reach

2. TAPPS VELBRI VANILLA
Still a youngster, just over 2 years with plenty of maturing to do. She has a good head and neck length flowing into a level topline. Plenty of quality, just not the maturity of first.

3. TYLERS KAROLINCA BLACK ORCHID FOR MULLTYE
Black and tan girl with good, small head. Her eye shape appeared a little round on the day but this could have been due to lighting and her colour. Her leg length and height ratio is good, again still needs lots of time to blossom.

OPEN BITCH (3:1 ABSENT)

1. SHORTS MALIA REMEMBRANCE
My notes say lovely expression with dark brown eyes. I would have preferred a 'smidge' more length in her muzzle(to be 'medium length'). She has correct neck length set into excellent shoulder and upper arm angulation, which showed on the move. Level topline, elegant and feminine in profile. Wasn't showing her best in the challenge.

2. LILLEYS KENSING GEORGIA BROWN
Mature girl who showed confidently with her handler. Not quite the expression of above, although had a better muzzle length. Very much in the same mould as her son, who won the limit dog class. Moved well coming and going.

BARBARA JEFFREY
JUDGE

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