Whippet Club Open Show winners - Dog


Critique from Open Show by Sean Samber (Mithrandir)

Dogs

I would like to thank the Officers and the Committee for inviting me to judge Dogs at their Open Show and to all the exhibitors for entering under me. It was a very enjoyable day and I was very pleased with my Dog line up and Final Result.


Minor Puppy Dog (4)

  1. Mead’s Ringmore Gladius at Jasbri. Fawn dog. Nice masculine head leading into a long muscular neck. Good shoulders and nice arch over the loin. Moved well.
  2. Wood’s Ardencote High Class. Fawn and white parti dog. Has a little bit of maturing to do but a very pleasing outline and a well balanced boy. Well presented.
  3. Ford’s Danluke Lord Sugar.

Puppy Dog (2)

  1. Ellis’s Railfield Lone Rainger. Fawn dog. A very nice puppy with a lovely front assembly, good spring of rib and good rear angulation. Lovely movement with an easy free stride. BPD and BPIS.
  2. Perkins’s Jasarat Jetsetter at Zeglynn. Fawn brindle dog. Nice head with good ear carriage, good depth of chest, just lacking in drive compared to 1.

Junior Dog (5)

  1. Rishworth’s Richclass King of Kings. Fawn brindle and white parti dog. Very smart boy with nice shoulders, good depth of chest. Good arch over loin. Very pleasing rear angulation.
  2. Courtney’s Courtbirch Force of Nature. Fawn brindle with white trim. Long elegant neck, good spring of rib, nicely balanced and moved well. Very close to 1.
  3. Bellamy’s Kandalama Royale.

Maiden Dog (2)

  1. Wood’s Ardencote High Class.
  2. Chivers’s Tahir Dancing in the Wind. Fawn brindle dog. Nice masculine head, long neck and good spring of rib pleasing outline.

Special Beginners Dog (5,1)

  1. Courtney’s Courtbirch Force of Nature.
  2. Whisterfield Easy Rider among Silkdance JW. Fawn dog. Good laid back shoulders. Nice depth of chest and good rear angulation. Just lacked a bit of drive over 1.
  3. Butcher’s Pelyma Prince of Thieves.

Novice Dog (1)

  1. Faber’s Sufeina Black Jasper. Black dog. Well balance and moved freely Good topline and rear angulation. In excellent condition.

Undergraduate Dog (5,1)

  1. Robertson’s Moonlake My Way. Fawn dog. A nice well balanced dog with no exaggeration. Nice topline and good length of loin. Well presented.
  2. Ellis’s Railfield Lone Rainger.
  3. Saxby’s Nattah Knight Gawaine with Sandspring.

Post Graduate Dog (5,1)

  1. Perkins’s Dejare Would You Believe It at Zeglynn. Fawn Dog. Nice masculine head with correct set ears Nice front assembly Good arch over loin. Moved freely with ease.
  2. Candler’s Maidenbower Mardi Gras. Fawn and white parti dog. Nice outline, well balanced and held his topline on the move.
  3. Butcher’s Pelyma Prince of Thieves.

Limit Dog (7,2)

  1. Whitehead,Smith and Mixides’s Citycroft High Society JW. Fawn dog with white trim. A lovely masculine dog with a nice head leading into a strong neck with good laid back shoulders. Nice deep chest and good rear angulation Excelled on the move and covered the ground with ease. BD and BIS.
  2. Griffiths’s Pelyma Dashing Duke JW. Fawn and white parti dog. Unfortunate to meet 1. on the day. Nice handsome well balanced boy with a lovely expression. Good topline and length of loin. Nice rear angulation. Well Presented.
  3. Nuneley’s Veredon Vanilla Sunset.

Open Dog (6,3)

  1. Wood’s Ardencote Star Gazer. Fawn dog. Very pleasing outline with nothing exaggerated. Nice laid back shoulders, good spring of rib and arch over loin. Moved well and in good condition. RBD.
  2. Rishworth’s Collooney Taylor Made. Fawn brindle dog. Nice head and eye. Good front assembly. Nice length of loin. Just did not move as well as 1. on the day
  3. Perkins’s Dejare Would You Believe It at Zeglynn.

Special Open Height Dog (3,1)

  1. Price’s Elmanash Majestic Gold among Silkdance. awn dog. Pleasing outline with good front assembly. Moved well coming and going. Well presented.
  2. Home and Fisher-Home’s Bescott Lessons Dreamer of Jasarat. Fawn dog. Lovely expression and correct placed ears. Good topline and nice depth of chest. Good movement.

Special Open Racing/Lure Coursing Dog (5,1)

  1. Glasspool’s and Manners’s Moonlake Miles To Go to Mannerpool. Fawn brindle dog. Nice long neck with good depth of chest and spring of rib Nice arch over loin. Well muscled and in good condition.
  2. Robertson’s Moonlake My Way.
  3. Saxby’s Nattah Knight Gawaine with Sandspring.

Veteran Dog, 7-9 (5,1)

  1. Bellamy’s Palmik Midnight Express. Fawn brindle dog. Good long muscled neck leading into well laid back shoulders. Nice deep chest. Very pleasant rear angulation. In excellent condition. BVD.
  2. Price’s Whisterfield Jack Be Nimble among Silkdance. Fawn dog with a lovely head and good length of neck with good topline. Also in good condition
  3. Home & Fisher-Home’s Bescott Lessons Dreamer of Jasarat.

Veteran Dog, 10+ (1)

  1. Rishworth’s Daleko Highland Boy. Fawn brindle dog. Fawn dog. A handsome elderly gentleman who knew exactly where the sausages were . Bright expression and lovely head. Still holds a good topline on the move. In great condition.

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