East Anglian OES Club
East AnglianOES Club July 2018 Open Show Results and Critique
Class 1 Veteran Dog
1st MELLOWDEE THE MAGICIAN IN DOMINOESDALE
2nd MEADOWBEARS BLUE STEEL
Class 2 Minor Puppy Dog
Class 3 Puppy Dog
1st HOLANJA GO WILD
2nd HONKY TONK BLUES FOR MEADOWBEARS
3rd AMBLEHAY DRAGON HEART
RES MELDALE OBSIDAN MOON
Class 4 Junior Dog
1st ROYAL CRAFT JRFFERY IN KERJALEE(imp SRB)
2nd ROYAL CROFT KABOOM KEY
3rd HICKORYSTIX MR BOJANGLES AT COOLJAYS
Class 5 Special Yearling Dog
1st MACOPA MOMENT IN TIME
Class 6 Novice Dog
1st HONKY TONKBLUES FOR MEADOWBEARS
Class 7 Post Graduate Dog
1st JANDOES BORN TO BE WILD AT JAZZIESPAD
Class 8 Limit Dog
1st KEYNALL MIDNIGHT MOON
2nd MELLOWDEE MORIARTY WITH LEXALBY ShCM
3rd ZOTTELS FERRARI FANTASY AT NOGGYBANKS
Class 9 Open Dog
1st CH GOJOLEGA STARGAZER AT AMBLEOAK
Best Dog KEYNELL MIDNIGHT MOON
Res B Dog ROYAL CRAFT JEFFEREY IN KERJALEE (imp SRB)
Best Puppy Dog HOLANJA GO WILD
Class 10 VETERAN BITCH
1st CH KEYNELL NEW MOON
Class 11 Minor Puppy Bitch
1st KALAJU KLASSICLY KLASSY
Class 12 Puppy Bitch
Class 13 Junior Bitch
1st HICKORYSTIX KEEP THE FAITH
2nd MELLOWDEE MAKE ME BLUSH
3rd HICKORYSTIX ALL THAT JAZZ AT GOJOLEGA
Res HAZYLANDS CHEEKY GIRL
Class 14 Special Yearling Bitch
1st SHAGGY BLUE BOB`S WAY TO GO
2nd DALEWOOD NOW YOUR TALKING
Class 15 Novice Bitch
Class 16 Post Garduate Bitch
Class 17 Limit Bitch
1st SUTRANZO MOMENTS OF MAGIC
2nd KERJALEE HER MOMENTS NOW
3rd BOVARON CHARISMA AT AMBLEOAK
Class 18 Open Bitch
1st AMBLESEA TRAILING ROSE AT AMBLEHAY
Best Bitch SUTRANZO MOWMENTS OF MAGIC
Res Best Bitch SHAGGY BLUE BOB`S WAY TO GO
Best Puppy Bitch KALAJU KLASSICLY KLASSY
BEST IN SHOW KEYNALL MIDNIGHT MOON
Res Best in Show SUTRANZO MOWMENTS OF MAGIC
Best Puppy in Show HOLANJA GO WILD
Best Veteran MELLOWDEE THE MAGICIAN IN DOMINOESDALE
Sunday 8th July 2018 Judge – Colin Terry (Shaggylands)
Firstly, I would very much like to thank the committee of the East Anglian OES club for inviting me to judge their open show, I was immensely pleased with my entry of 39 dogs and thoroughly enjoyed my day.
I would particularly like to thank all the exhibitors who stayed on after the Championship show and allowed me the privilege of going over their dogs. I am so aware that most you had been on the showground from early in the morning and with temperatures getting close to 90 degrees during the afternoon I know how tempting it must have been to pack up and go, so thanks again to you all.
I would also like to thank Ellen Wheeler who was stewarding for the first time and did a great job.
Regarding the dogs, overall the dogs were presented in a clean, well-groomed condition and oral hygiene was good. I was pleased to see so many dark, fully pigmented eyes, as in recent years eyes were tending to get lighter and lack pigmentation. I was particularly impressed with coat quality; generally, coats were clear and of good texture. However, movement was not great on the day, but I put that down to the hot conditions, having said that there were some exceptions which was pleasing to see.
go over. Good head, the darkest of eyes with good pigment and nice expression. Good neck into well placed shoulders, good depth of brisket, short and square, good rear end and good angulation. Good bone yet still feminine. Clear jacket with good texture, moved well.
Veteran Dog (2 entries)
1. Leybourne & Johnson Mellowdee the Magician in Dominoesdale
A good, strong 9-year-old boy in great condition. Strong head with correct bite, dark eyes with good pigment. Good neck and shoulders and deep brisket. Moved steady. Best veteran. Well done.
2. Pullen’s Meadowbears Blue Steel
Another 9-year-old boy with two blue eyes. Does not have the substance or finesse of 1. Good shoulder, clear jacket and good rear angulation. Moved OK
Minor Puppy Dog (0 entries)
Puppy Dog (5 entries, 1 absent)
1. Windsor’s Holanja Go Wild
A 9-month-old youngster of super type who took my eye as soon as he entered the ring. Strong head, correct bite, short muzzle and 2 dark eyes with super pigment. Good neck and shoulders, deep brisket and good rise. Super rear angulation and muscle. Coat coming. Moved well and with purpose. Best Puppy in Show and well deserved.
2. Pullen, Rutland & Porter’s Honky Tonk Blues for Meadowbears
Another nice youngster, full of promise. Good head, 2 dark eyes and good pigment. Adequate neck with well placed shoulders. Good depth of brisket, decent rise and well-muscled rear end. Moved well.
and decent spring of rib with good depth. Gentle rising top line. Clear jacket and moved steady.
Junior Dog (3 entries)
1. Mill’s Royal Croft Jeffrey in Kerjalee
Striking lad with super strong head, super neck and shoulders. Good spring of rib and good depth. Good rise over loins and good rear angulation. Nice clear jacket. Moved steady and well presented. Reserve Best Dog
2. Halladay’s Royal Croft Kaboom Key
Out of the same kennel as 1 but a couple of months younger, but still a lot to like. Good head, neck and shoulders and nice depth. 2 dark fully pigmented eyes. Well-muscled which showed on the move. Coat changing slowly.
Special Yearling Dog (1 entry)
1. Kirby’s Macopa Moment in Time
Good head with 2 dark eyes, however would prefer more pigment. Adequate neck and good shoulder placement. Nice rise, lighter jacket with good texture. Would prefer better muscle tone, moved ok.
Novice Dog (1 entry)
2. Pullen, Rutland & Porter’s Honky Tonk Blues for Meadowbears
See 2nd in Puppy Dog
Post Graduate Dog (1 entry)
1. Huggan’s Jandoes Born to be wild at Jazziespad
Nice and short with good head and short muzzle. Wall eye with good pigment. Good front, shoulder and decent spring of rib with good depth. Gentle rising top line. Clear jacket and moved steady.
Limit Dog (3 entries)
1. Rathband & Fealy’s Keynell Midnight Moon
Wow, with a capital ‘W’. Loved everything about this boy and he had my attention from the moment he entered the ring. Short and compact with a strong head, short muzzle and correct bite with the darkest of eyes and full pigmentation. Super neck and shoulder with good spring of rib, depth of brisket and excellent bone. Nice rise with good rear angulation. Good muscle and moved well. Lovely profuse, clear jacket with good texture. Well presented. Best in Show. Well done.
2. Fergusons’ Mellowdee Moriarty with Lexalby Another nice dog and liked the overall type and shape of this lad. Good head, correct bite, good neck into well placed shoulders. Deep brisket, short with good angulation. Moved well.
Open Dog (3 entries, 2 absent)
1. Oake’s Ch Gojolega Stargazer at Ambleoak
Stood alone but of nice type. Short and well balanced with good head, short muzzle, wall eye and good pigmentation. Good neck and shoulder with ample bone. Good rise and good rear angulation. Profuse, clear jacket and of good texture. Moved OK.
1. Rathband & Fealy’s Ch Keynell New Moon (1 entry)
8 years old but still in good shape. Good head, 2 dark, fully pigmented eyes. Nice neck and shoulders with good spring of rib and a gentle rise over loins and good bend of stifle. Darker jacket and in good condition. Moved steady.
Minor Puppy Bitch (1 entry)
1. Wilkinson’s Kalaju Klassicly Classy
Feminine little lady of 7.5 months. Good skull, foreface and correct bite. 2 dark, well pigmented eyes with good neck into well placed shoulders, good spring of rib and deep brisket. Nice rise but would prefer a little more bend of stifle. Coat changing. Moved steady.
Puppy Bitch (1 entry, 1 absent)
Junior Bitch (5 entries, 1 absent)
1. Robertson’s Hickorystix Keep the Faith
Loved this 15-month-old lady, very feminine head and expression. 2 lovely dark eyes with good pigmentation. Super neck into well placed shoulders with good spring of rib and deep brisket. Good rise, good rear angulation super clear coat with good texture. Moved well and pushed hard for reserve best bitch.
2. Rutland’s Mellowdee Make Me Blush
Another nice feminine young lady at 14 months old. Good head, super neck and shoulder with good depth. Short and with ample bone good rise and good rear. Moved well and coat clearing nicely.
Special Yearling Bitch (2 entries)
1. Crane-Duplock’s Shaggy Blue Bob’s Way To Go with Mirene
Larger type with string head, but still feminine. 2 dark, fully pigmented eyes, short muzzle and correct bite. Good neck and shoulder with good spring of rib and deep brisket. Plenty of clear jacket but lacked a little in texture. Moved well.
2. Esposito’s Dalewood Now Your talking
Smaller, finer type than 1. Feminine head with soft expression and 2 fully pigmented eyes. Correct bite, short muzzle and super neck into well placed shoulders. Superb clear jacket. Moved well.
Novice Bitch (2 entries, 2 absent)
Post Graduate Bitch (0 entries)
Limit Bitch (5 entries, 2 absent)
1. Gould’s Sutranzo Moments of Magic
Liked this girl a lot. She has plenty of substance but still so feminine. Lovely head and expression, dark eyes, good pigment and correct bite. Good neck into well placed shoulders. Short and compact with ample rise, good angulation and good bone. Darker coat with good texture, moved well. Best Bitch.
2. Mill’s Kerjalee Her Moments Now
Smaller, compact type and so pleasing on the eye. Lovely proportions and well balanced. Good head with 2 dark eyes. Super neck and shoulders with good depth. Superb clear jacket. Moved well. Presented to perfection.
Open Bitch (1 entry)
1. Amblesea Trailing Rose at Amblehay
Nice bitch, lovely to go over. Good head, the darkest of eyes with good pigment and nice expression. Good neck into well placed shoulders, good depth of brisket, short and square, good rear end and good angulation. Good bone yet still feminine. Clear jacket with good texture, moved well.