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The Coloured Bull Terrier Club Open & Trophy Show
Saturday, 31st October, 2009


Open Show Judge - Mr Brian Smalley (BRIDEN)

Trophy Judges - Mrs J Shaw (BADLESMERE) and Mr P Dowcra (DOLLYGROVE)


Judges report:

Many thanks to the committee for this appointment. The day went well, with the bitch quality there to be seen. I was surprised at the quantity of mouth faults and untidy feet, but movement generally was good on the day.


Special Veteran – Dog / Bitch 5/3

1st – Malden’s Shanson Black Shadow at Louka.

9 year old, black brindle bitch. Showing well and full of ring presence. Sweeping egg shaped head with erect neat ears, dark sunken eyes. Incorrect mouth. Good reach of neck, with flowing body lines but untidy feet. Good turn of stifle and correct tailset. Reasonable mover for her age.


2nd – Heath & Morris’s Bluepoint Ying & Yang.

8 year old black brindle terrier type bitch. Showing all the time. Feminine head with gentle profile. Erect ears, mouth is just off. Nice length of neck, good lay of shoulder, elbows still held in straight. Short back. Covers the ground ok.


3rd – Ley’s Corneline Corna at Fortifer


Special Brood Bitch – 3/1

1st – Malden’s Shanson Black Shadow at Louka. – class 1


Puppy Dog - 3/2

1st – Dale’s Zuberi Masego.

A well balanced black brindle terrier type with a gentle profile, erect ears and dark well sunken eye. Slightly narrow jaw. A nice square animal with level topline, tidy feet and correct tailset. Moved OK. Best Puppy


2nd – Willan’s Kearby Malachi

Bull type tri colour. Good well filled muzzle with depth. Broken profile. Ears not used, correct mouth. Plenty of substance, but a little out at the elbow. His movement was awkard.


Junior Dog – 6/4

1st – Brooks’ Totally Osbourne at Kelloucy

An impressive, well balanced, massive bull type tri colour with great ring presence. A strong well filled head with a gentle profile. Has a good eye and correct mouth. Good length of neck into well laid shoulder, deep chest and strong rounded bone. Compact feet, level topline with a good turn of stiffle. Covers the ground well, with drive.


2nd – Goodwin’s Yungwood Causing Havoc at Ounsdale

Brindle with super breed type. Cracking head and eye, ears well placed. Clean teeth. Strong clean neck, plenty of substance with a deep chest. Round feet and a level topline. Good front and correct tailset. Let down by his rear movement.


3rd – Fitzherbert-Stewert’s Ounsdale Crash Bang Wallop



Maiden Dog – 1/0


Novice Dog – 5/4

1st – Hollindrake’s Activior Grand Finale for Bulian.

There’s a lot to like about this dog. Well balanced half masked brindle excelling in type. Good depth of muzzle, strong and well turned. Erect well placed ears. Tiny eye, with a super expression. A balanced dog with tidy feet that moves really well. I’d prefer to see him shown from his brindle side. - Reserve Best Dog


2nd – Howes & Shepperd’s Ragnarok Balder at Polanca.

An impressive, well balanced, red, bull type dog with great presence. Classic head with good depth of muzzle. Well placed erect ears and a good eye. Unfortunately undershot. Strong, deep chest, round feet, flowing lines and a good turn of stifle. Correct tail set and covers the ground well with drive.


3rd – Barritt’s Romantacy Perfect Script


Post Graduate Dog 6/6

1st – Brown’s Merianview Monkey Boy.

An eye catching well marked brindle terrier type. Cracking head with well placed ears bang on top. Oblique eye with a super expression. Correct mouth. Good lay of shoulder with elbows held tight in with cat like feet. Super short back with level topline both standing and on the move. Good turn of stifle and correct tail set. Good mover. Just lost out in BIS when he went a little flat.  Best Dog, Best Opposite Sex


2nd – Blair’s Megavilles Sardonicus

Another top drawer well marked brindle terrier dog, well balanced and being shown well. Classic head, ears erect though a little wide. Dark well sunken eye, correct mouth. Long reach of neck, ramrod front with tidy feet. Shapely body lines with a short back. Parallel quarters, correct tailset and moved very well. Preferred to compactness of 1.


3rd – Turton’s Lydsyll Back to Black


Limit Dog – 7/6

1st – Quinn’s Padhen Abraham of Lincoln

Well made and well marked tri colour showing himself very well. Classic head with erect ears. Oblique eye and correct mouth. Good length of neck, perfectly parallel front with tidy feet. Firm body with a level topline. Very good on the move.


2nd – Hawkin’s Keltic Prince

Half masked bull type tri colour with ring presence. Plenty of type with downface. Oblique eye and correct mouth. Strong clean neck, deep chest and round feet. Good depth of brisket and a level top line. Moved OK but was reluctant to use his ears.


3rd – Bond’s Romagna Romeo


Open Dog – 4/3

1st – Ley’s Fortifer Fiammetta

A well balanced red showing his socks off. Good depth of muzzle with a egg shaped head. Erect ears but slightly wide. Good eye and correct bite. Long reach of neck and a deep chest. Level topline both stood and on the move where he covers the ground well.

2nd – Gerard & Cox’s Darkrin Eraser of Luck

Bull type well marked brindle with maximum substance for his size. Classic well filled head, well place erect ears, good eye and correct bite. Good bone, deep chest with rounded feet. A little long on the back which spoiled the picture. Tailset correct and moved OK. Lost out to 1 on overall balance.


3rd – Bells’ Gehem Roderick


Puppy Bitch – 5/3

1st – Harrison’s Kearby Angelica

A well balanced but mis-marked brindle. Good head with fill and enough turn. Well placed ears, tidy eye but incorrect bite. Very shapely body lines when stood, good turn of stifle and correct tailset. Moved with easy strides, but was a reluctant show girl in the challenge for best puppy.


2nd – Hickman’s Casodon Cullinan Tristar by Bullambi

Feminine tri colour , gentle profile, erect ears, good eye and a correct bite. Nice length of neck with level topline and tidy feet. Movement was hard to assess, but lost out to 1 on type.


3rd – Bully & Hawes Bullybeau Jay Black Magica


Junior Bitch – 7/3

1st – Woolleys Hinares Missunderstood

A very nice well balanced black brindle excelling in breed type with great ring presence. Sweeping profile, well filled head. Erect well placed ears. Dark piecing eye giving a super expression. Unfortunately an incorrect mouth. Nice neck with good lay of shoulder, round feet. Nice flowing lines with level topline. Moved well.


2nd – Twyman & Gardners  Megaville Magic Star

Black brindle with classic head, strong and well turned. Erect well placed ears, good eye but incorrect bite. A strong clean neck, elbows held in tight with round feet. A little longer in the back than 1, good strong quarters, correct tailset. Moved well.


3rd – Bullybeau Jay Black Magica


Maiden Bitch 5/3

1st – Musgroves Gorgious Sweet Freedom at Japulca

Impressive silver brindle that is well balanced with great ring presence. Good well filled head with dark sunken eye. Level bite. Deep chest, rounded bone with compact feet. Super short back with level topline, she’s made well so moves accordingly.


2nd – Blooms Abenaki Everlasting Love

Another tidy red brindle that has balance. Egg shaped head with well placed erect ears. Oblique eye, level bite. Good front with tidy feet. A little longer than 1 and moved without drive. Not showing herself today.


3rd – Bully & Hawes Bullybeau Jay Black Magica


Novice Bitch – 5/4

1st – Marples Megaville Coco-Cabanna by Taylajay

Eye catching well marked and balanced rich brindle showing herself off. Super head with sweeping profile, tiny eye and correct mouth. Good lay of shoulder and ramrod front with level topline. Good turn of stifle and correct tailset. Moved well. Came close in the challenge but her earset just spoil the picture.


2nd – Twyman & Gardners  Megaville Magic Star

See Junior Bitch


3rd – Bully & Hawes Bullybeau Jay Black Magica


Post Graduate Bitch – 4/2

1st – Hills Arcanum Kontinental Blend

A very powerful well balanced and well marked brindle. Super filled egg shaped head with erect ears. Dark well sunken eye with a correct bite. Good length of neck into well laid shoulders, elbows held in tight and round compact feet. Flowing lines, good turn of stifle, correct tailset and moves with easy strides and drive. Very close in the challenge. – Reserve Best Bitch, Best Mover


2nd – Malden’s Shanson Black Shadow at Louka.

(See veteran class)


Limit Bitch – 5/5

1st – Hill’s Arcanum Kavier

Black brindle litter sister to the previous class winner. Another powerful well balanced and well marked animal. Well filled egg shaped head with erect ears. Dark well sunken eye with a clean correct bite. Good length of neck and good lay of shoulder, ramrod front and round feet. Flowing lines, good turn of stifle, correct tailset and moves well.


2nd – Bond’s Merlindan Zensation

An upstanding mis-marked fawn and white who was showing very well. Good strong turned head with erect ears. Good eye and correct bite. Long reach of neck, powerful shoulders and tidy feet. Level topline with a high tailset. Moved OK.


3rd – Favill’s Padhen Pandoras Box at Krawen


Open Bitch – 6/3

1st – Lamberts Ebullient Ebony Girl.

A very beautiful, well made and balanced black brindle which I couldn’t take my eye off. Super down face but not exhaderated, erect well placed ears and a dark piercing eye. Correct bite. Long neck with a good lay of shoulder, perfectly parallel front with round cat feet. Very flowing lines with a correct tailset. Moved well enough to take Best Bitch and Best In Show


2nd – Favill’s Padhen Pandoras Box at Krawen

Brindle with gentle profile, erect ears and slightly round eye. A well made bitch that can move but was very flat today.


3rd - Shanson Black Shadow at Louka

BRIAN SMALLEY (Judge)

BRIDEN