Wirehaired  Dachshund Club

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW 2019

Thank you for asking me to judge BIS at your well run show, I enjoyed my day very much.

 

BIS - Thorne-Andrews Ch Drakesleat Too Gud To Be True,not so, she is a little gem.

Good head with lovely furnishings, good length  & slope to the upperarm. A lovely long neck with shoulders well placed, long keel & ribbing carried well back. Nice rounded little hams & moving truly, what a joy to find.

Not a big one very well under the 11lbs so it shows you can have a correctly made min dach easily in the weight . Many of us have spent a big portion of our lives breeding & showing beautiful under 11lb dogs. Its  by no means easy  but what a joy when you get it right , thats what keeps us hooked on Miniatures.

RBIS -  Maes-Jones & Bates Derochaise Manhatton, elegant B/Tan Standard with a good harsh coat. Good head & eye nice neck, lovely long keel & ribbing sadly lacking in so many dachshunds, he moved out well.

BPIS -  Adams Tecklegarth Gatling, well made, happy & free moving 11month Standard pup. Good head, nice neck, good length of keel & ribbing. A very nice puppy but he is big enough & still has some maturing to do.

RBPIS – Fultons Bothlyn Penny From Heaven,promising baby of just 6 months. Everything is there, she just has to grow on now & fulfill her promise. Rather overshadowed by the exuberant winner.

BVIS – Maes-Jones & Bates Ch Derochaise Black Orchid,what a beauty,  with he most beautiful head this lovely Standard bitch is correct for both size & construction, she moved true & well for her advancing years, I loved her.

RBVIS – Phillips Ch Curtisey Boogy Woogy, well boned little chap, nicely constructed with a harsh jacket not moving out like the much older winner but completed a pair of both obviously much treasured champions.

MRS S GODDARD (MINNARD)

Wirehaired  Dachshund Club 2019

Dachshund (Wire-haired)

Judge: Daniel Roberts (Swansford)

BEST OF BREED : MAES JONES & BATES Derochaise Manhatton & Reserve Best in Show
Dog CC : MAES JONES & BATES Derochaise Manhatton
Res Dog CC : VINE Cishelvine Caught Out

Best Puppy Dog : ADAMS Tecklegarth Gatling & Best Puppy in Show
Bitch CC :MAES JONES & BATES Ch Derochaise Black Orchid
Res Bitch CC :  GIBSON Allfreys Helena

Best Puppy Bitch : COVERLEY Aventine Dolcetto
Best Puppy : ADAMS Tecklegarth Gatling

Best Veteran : MAES JONES & BATES Ch Derochaise Black Orchid & Best Veteran in Show

 

Veteran Dog or Bitch (3 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: MAES JONES & BATES Ch Derochaise Black Orchid
2nd: WEATHERER Salixian Levante Via Itsuitzuz
3rd: 
Res:  
VHC:

 

Good Citizen Scheme Dog or Bitch (1 Entry) 
1st: WEATHERER Salixian Levante Via Itsuitzuz
2nd: 
3rd: 
Res:  
VHC:


Minor Puppy Dog (4 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: DAVIES Atahira Cantata
2nd: FRAMPTON Weinacht Larch
3rd: EFFER Greyhayne Hector
Res:  
VHC:

 

Puppy Dog (6 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: ADAMS Tecklegarth Gatling
2nd: FRAMPTON Weinacht Larch
3rd: PHILLIPS Royal Pepper's Vice Versa (Imp Fin)
Res: LEE Waggington Jupiter at Daxilee
VHC: BINKS Tannahill Oslo

Junior Dog (5 Enties) Abs: 1
1st:  LANGRIDGE Calicoe Thank God it's Friday
2nd:  CHAMBERS Cishelvine Just a Kiss
3rd:  GRAHAM Brumberhill Armstrong
Res: CHRISTIE Tannahill Bergen at Decalleigh
VHC: 

Yearling Dog (2 Entries)
1st: MAES JONES & BATES Derochaise Manhatton
2nd:STOCKDALE Derochaise Monterey at Fenwires
3rd: 
Res: 
VHC: 

Post Graduate Dog (3 Entries) 
1st: VIG Q-Rrens Dax Enzo-Topazo
2nd: WILLS Cicelane Magnus
3rd: FITCHES Derochaise Master Design
Res: 
VHC: 

Limit Dog (8 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: VINE Cishelvine Caught Out
2nd: GIBSON Allfreys London Look
3rd: ADAMS Wyldetarn Shoot from the Hip JW
Res: WHARTON Greyhayne Hooray Henry
VHC: SHAW Tendrow Moondance

Open Dog (3 Entries) Abs: 1 
1st: VINE Derochaise Justified for Cishelvine
2nd: GIBSON Allfrey's Here's Lookin at You
3rd:  
Res: 
VHC: 

Minor Puppy Bitch  (7 Entries) Abs: 3
1st: PUGHE & FRASER Greyhayne Harriet at Bystock
2nd: RANKINE Allfreys Me and My Girl
3rd:  DEAN Atahira Mocha Surprise for Brontillow
Res: LEE Daxilee Pepperette
VHC: 

Puppy Bitch  (4 Entries) Abs: 0 
1st: COVERLEY Aventine Dolcetto
2nd: PHILLIPS Clipperdown Gilded Lily
3rd: RANKINE Allfreys Me and My Girl
Res: FITZGERALD Fowlerheight Moonshine at Harlisun
VHC: 

Junior Bitch (4 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: COVERELY Aventine Amarela
2nd: NEWMAN Woferlow Aurora
3rd: CHAMBERS Barembak Midsummer Moon
Res: VINE Cishelvine Kiss Me Quick
VHC:

Yearling Bitch (1 Entry) 
1st: VINE Cishelvine Can't Catch Me
2nd: 
3rd: 
Res: 
VHC:

Post Graduate Bitch (5 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: GIBSON Allfreys Helena
2nd: NEWMAN Barmebak Dellamarie
3rd:  HORNE Salixian Cafe Noir
Res: 
VHC: 

Limit Bitch (7 Entries) Abs: 4
1st: HUTCHINGS Tendrow I Am the One from Collidach JW
2nd: DAVIES Pendyffren Miss Dolce by Atahira
3rd: VINE Cishelvine Just an Engima
Res: LEE Roteleitung Red Corvette at Mutzlee
VHC: PUGHE & FRASER Ambiesque Ascertain at Bystock

Open Bitch (4 Entries) Abs: 1 
1st: WARREN Ch Wagsford Jennifer
2nd: WHARTON Greyhayne Black Velvet
3rd: PHILLIPS Tendrow Time N' Time Again
Res: 
VHC: 

 

To be asked to judge is always an honour but to be invited by a 'parent' club is certainly something special. The thing that makes judging Wires unique is their outgoing temperament & personality, here was no exception from minor puppies through to the golden oldies all being very much pleased to see the judge & show off their many qualities & virtues. I last judged Wire's at Southern Counties in 2015 & previous to that at The Hound Association in 2013, looking back through these appointments & the entry that was presented to me here I think its fair to say that from my results you can see the type of Wire that appeals to me & indeed several kennels are consistent in their results. In reflection I had 67 exhibits entered today, I found the males tough going & had to forgive  more than I would have hoped & take in the overall package, some really lovely bitches to go over especially in the younger classes where several will certainly have a great future as they mature. My BCC winner indeed is 11 years old but without any doubt is quite something special, if you know & appreciate Dachshund construction this golden girl is certainly an object lesson & indeed the blue print of our standard of points. The majority of coats where in great condition (presumably having just had Crufts) & most where hard in condition & muscle tone This variety are blessed with good heads, fabulous bone & feet, very good ribbing & in the main well made quarters. Shoulder angulation continues to be a problem which results in a poor upper arm. A thoroughly enjoyable relaxing day's judging, Secretary Anne Moore & President Jane Naylor had everything in order with their hard working committee, my thanks to my steward Elizabeth Harrap for her expertise & company & to have Lesley Patton & Stephanie Goddard as my co-judges was the icing on the cake making this assignment even more special

 

V D/B (3,1 abs), 1 & BCC, Maes-Jones & Bates' Ch Derochaise Black Orchid, most beautiful ultra feminine 11 year old in wonderful condition. Her construction is near perfection & resembles the blue print of our standard of points that you would expect to see on any Dachshund of any coat or size. Any one who knows how a Dachshund is made correctly would find her hard to get passed. I have to confess that I remember seeing her as a youngster but have no memory of seeing her in recent years. For those of you who appreciate a very good Dachshund here is exactly what we should all be looking & aiming for. From the tip of her nose to the end of her tail she is near perfection, type, balance, angles & ratio's she has it all & to top it off she is a lovely size & so elegant with it too. For me one of the greats & certainly will rank as one of the best ever Dachshunds that I have had the pleasure of judging. On the final run off for BOB it was only the freshness & vitality of her Yearling kennel mate that beat her. Delighted to see her go onto BVIS under Stephanie Goddard. Thank you for the absolute pleasure of being given the opportunity to examine & appreciate her. 2, Weatherer's Salixian Levante Via Itsuitzuz, I love this boy, at 7 years he is so full of energy & eager to please, his character is delightful. He too is very well made throughout, in great coat & condition & his size & proportions are ideal. Loved his head & expression, long well arched neck lead into good shoulders, wonderful bone & feet, very good body with ribbing that extends well back, short firm loins lead into well angulated quarters with strong firm parallel hocks. He is ultra sound coming & going & moves out so well in profile. A treat to judge & I'm sure an absolute delight to live with!

 

Good Citizen D/B (1), 1, Salixian Levante Via Itsuitzuz

 

MPD (4,1), 1, Davies' Atahira Cantata, real floppy baby at just 6 months. This red is so full of potential, loved his type & overall proportions, lovely head & expression with dark points & almond eyes. Long elegant neck lead into good shoulders, very good legs & feet, well developed body for his age with ribbing extending well back on a good topline, short loins with tail correctly set. Well made quarters with enough angulation. Coming & going he is quite sound even at this stage & in profile he shows off the potential that he certainly has with reach & drive. His coat & presentation was perfection. A delightful raw baby that I'm sure & hope will go far. 2, Frampton's Weinacht Larch, another raw baby, slightly more of him in all departments, loved his head & expression, long well arched neck, plenty of fore chest on super legs with ample bone. Ribbing is deep, oval & long & has a cast iron topline, tail is correctly set & carried & his hocks are strong. Still not precise coming & going as you would expect but gives a good account in profile where he already looks elegant & a born showman. Just needs to firm up & not grow any more. Another in great coat. 3, Effer's Greyhayne Hector

 

PD (6), 1 BP & BPIS, Adams' Tecklegarth Gatling, impressive baby that already looks & shows like a seasoned campaigner. He without any doubt is all male!. Good strong head with dark almond shaped eye's. Ears correctly set & of the length that I like to see. Lovely long well arched neck that he uses to project himself so well with on the move, well muscled shoulders, plenty of fore chest with his keel extending well back, loved his bone & chunky feet, well developed body with deep oval ribbing on a solid topline. His loins are short & solid & lead into well made quarters with correct length of second thigh on strong firm hocks. He gives his age away coming & going where today he was moving as I expect a baby to move. Its in profile that he is so impressive, his outline & carriage certainly make you look twice & he is a born showman. Certainly an exciting baby that I hope has done all his growing & not peaked too soon. Presented in first class order & delighted to see him go onto BPIS, congratulations. 2, Weinacht Larch. 3, Phillips' Royal Pepper's Vice Versa (Imp Fin)

 

JD (5,1), 1, Langridge's Calicoe Thank God It's Friday, this 12 month red boy certainly appealed, loved his type & movement in profile. Very good head & expression, dark points throughout, long well arched neck lead into very good shoulders, tight elbows & correct angles. Plenty of width throughout with a good prominent breast bone. Good ribbing with correct top & underlines, a little long in body but everything is in proportion, firm loins lead into very good well made hind quarters, strong & neat parallel hocks. He is ultra sound coming & going & in profile moves out freely on a loose lead showing a very promising outline. Looking like a teenager as they do but certainly one that impressed for his overall construction & breed type. Full of promise. 2, Chambers' Cishelvine Just A Kiss, another very nice youngster, the muscles & condition on him was fantastic, loved his head & expression, long elegant neck lead into good shoulders although not quite the layback of 1, good length of ribbing that is deep & well sprung, correct height to length ratio's, short firm loins lead into well made quarters, firm & solid. His hocks are solid with no sign of weakness & parallel Not as precise as 1 coming towards me today but ultra sound moving away. Gives a good account in profile where his drive from behind really draws your eye. Another in great coat. 3, Graham's Brumberhill Armstrong

 

YD (2), 1, DCC, BOB & RBIS, Maes-Jones & Bates' Derochaise Manhatton, Impressive to look at & examine, 19 month B/T that appealed for his overall type & outline. He is solid in condition & has the most amazing coat. He certainly gives a good account of himself both standing & on the move, everything he does is done so effortlessly & his lovely elegant outline never falters. Beautiful head & expression, dark oval expressive eyes, strong jaws & lovely furnishings, long well arched neck lead into good shoulders, tight elbows, plenty of width throughout with enough fore chest that fits so neatly, loved his legs & scummy feet. He excels in body, ribbing is deep, oval & extends well back with fabulous top & underlines, short strong loins lead into very well made hind quarters, lovely length of second thigh on the neatest, shortest set of parallel hocks. His 'bum' is delightful, round & hammy & his tail is so well set & carried at all times. Ultra sound coming & going & projects himself so well in profile covering the ground with little effort. A very smart young dog where his virtues by far out weigh his faults, lovely to look at from any angle & presented in faultless condition. Ultra smart youngster that should continue to go onto bigger things under those who know & appreciate a good Wire, congratulations. 2, Stockdale's Derochaise Monterey At Fernwires, another impressive youngster, slightly longer in body & not as free moving in profile as 1 today. Lovely head & expression, well arched neck lead into very good shoulders, correct layback & angles, tight elbows with correct length of upper arm, very good legs & feet, good body & ribbing, firm backline, solid loins, another well made behind with good strong hocks. He too is ultra sound coming & going & keeps a lovely outline in profile, just needing to open his gait a little more which he may well do out on grass. Great in coat & condition & his type really appeal's. Another quality young man

 

PGD (3), 1, Vig's Q-Rrens-Dax Enzo-Topazo, loved his outline on the stack & his coat & condition was second to none. Very good head & eye, good strong jaws, well arched neck, good shoulders, very good legs & feet. Enough fore chest & keel extends well back. Good body & ribbing with short firm loins. Loved his hind quarters, his angulation is practically perfection with strong & firm parallel hocks. Today he was tending to 'poke' on the move which I'm sure impacted on what I witnessed from his up & down, his outline in profile was there to see in glimpses & he did more than enough to win this class. Another who I feel would benefit more & give a better account of himself outside on grass, certainly a quality one. 2, Will's Cicelane Magnus, another with a fabulous coat & in hard condition, good head & expression, enough neck leading into well laid shoulders although his elbows could be tighter. Longer in body than 1 but all in proportion, correct top & underlines, so well made in quarters with good length of second thigh, good strong neat hocks & moving away he was quite precise although a shade sloppy coming towards me today. Makes a good account of himself in profile, just needing to loose a little weight which will improve his already very good outline. 3, Fitches' Derochaise Master Design

 

LD (8,1), 1, Vine's Cishelvine Caught Out, quite a long boy but in proportion & his angulation fore & aft are perfect. Loved his head & masculine expression, long well arched neck leading into very good shoulders, absolutely correct angles, tight elbows on very good legs & feet. Plenty of width throughout, prominent breast bone, keel extends well back, very good length of ribbing that is deep & well sprung, cast iron topline with good underline. Solid loins lead into beautifully angulated quarters, strong hocks show no sign of weakness. So very sound coming & going & projects himself so well in profile with a lovely neck carriage & in movement clearly displays correct reach & follow through from behind. In great coat & hard as nails, 2, Gibson's Allfreys London Look, shorter coupled & not as exaggerated as 1, lovely size & proportions. Loved his head & expression with dark points throughout, enough neck leading into good shoulders although his angles where not quite as precise as 1. Very good legs & feet with plenty of width throughout, very good body & ribbing which is deep & well sprung. Short strong loins leading into well made quarters with enough angulation. Hocks are short, neat & parallel. So sound coming & going & really strides out well in profile covering plenty of ground with ease. He certainly gives the impression that he could move all day & his coat & overall condition was beautiful. 3, Adams' Planetary Shoot From The Hip JW

 

OD ( 3,1), 1 & RDCC, Vine's Derochaise Justified For Cishelvine, judged him as a raw baby & liked him then, he certainly has grown into a handsome male, he would I think appeal more to the old established breeders more as he initially gives you the impression that he is ' Long,low & level'. In fact he is beautifully made & proportioned throughout & for me has the desired height to length ratio's. Stunning head & expression, correct length from muzzle to skull, long well arched neck that he uses so well on the move, perfect shoulders, tight elbows carrying plenty of fore chest with plenty of width. Beautiful body & proportions, excellent ribbing that extends well back, cast iron topline which never falters, loins are short & strong & his hind quarters are well made with the desired angulation. Ultra sound out & back, his profile action draws your eye & he is the ultimate showman. Fabulous coat & condition, his type & overall make & shape should make him extremely useful to the breed I would think. Lovely dog. 2, Gibson's Allfreys Here's Lookin At You, shade taller & shorter coupled, good head & expression, enough neck which he uses so proudly on the move, shoulders not quite as precise as 1 & not the bone or feet. His breast bone is prominent & keel does extend well back. His body & proportions are good, ribbing is deep, broad & well sprung, firm topline, short solid loins, well muscled quarters with firm & neat parallel hocks. Ultra sound going away although not as precise as 1 coming towards me today, keeps an elegant outline in profile & he too can cover some ground effortlessly. Super coat & furnishings

 

MPB (7, 3), 1, Pughe & Fraser's Greyhayne Harriet At Bystock, such the showgirl even at this tender age!, ultra feminine with attitude plus. Really lovely head & expression, ample neck leading into very good shoulders & layback for her age, good legs & feet, prominent breast bone, ribbing is long & extends well back on a firm backline, short in loins & so well made in hind quarters on short neat little hocks. So sound coming & going for a baby & her happy personality shines through in profile where she clearly moves out freely without a care in the world keeping an attractive outline. Full of promise & such a delightful character. 2, Rankine's Allfreys Me And My Girl, real baby, full of promise, loved her ultra feminine head & expression, dark points & lovely dark almond shaped eyes, well arched neck leading into very good shoulders, lovely neat tightly bunched feet, plenty of width throughout, good length of ribbing with correct top & underlines, well made quarters with enough angulation which she uses so well on the move. Still full of puppy sloppiness coming & going but does her piece well in profile clearly already showing her potential in profile for a great mover. Coat & presentation was superb. 3, Dean's Atahira Mocha Surprise For Brontillow

 

PB (4), 1, Coverley's Aventine Dolcetto, Compact & chubby!. Going over her on the table your hands just flow with everything knitting together so well. Her head & expression is really quite beautiful, long well arched neck lead into very good shoulders, tight elbows on good legs & feet. She has width throughout  with ample fore chest & good keel. Her ribbing is long & already deep & well sprung with correct top & underlines, short solid loins with tail correctly set & carried. Lovely well made quarters on neat firm hocks. Ultra sound coming & going for one so young & can certainly cover some ground in profile clearly showing correct reach in front & follow through from behind. Full of promise & I'm sure plenty of exciting days to come her way!. 2, Phillips' Clipperdown Gilded Lily, such a showgirl & has the most fabulous coat. Shade more ground clearance throughout than 1 but in proportion, lovely head & expression with dark points throughout, long well arched neck, tight elbows with enough fore chest, ribbing is well developed & extends well back, short strong loins leading into well developed hind quarters which she uses so well on the move. So very sound for a youngster coming & going & can really cover the ground in profile which she does with great style. In great coat & in hard muscular condition. 3, Allfreys Me And My Girl

 

JB (4), Coverley's Aventine Amarela, sister to the puppy winner & so similar in so many ways, same beautiful type, she too is so good to go over on the table, that beautiful feminine head & expression is just lovely to see, enough neck leading into good shoulders although not quite the layback yet as her sister, very good legs & tight feet, her body proportions are lovely, her ribbing is deep & oval with good top & underlines, thick loins lead into beautifully made hind quarters, correct length of second thigh on the neatest of shortest parallel hocks. Quite sound coming & going & in profile she gives a very pleasing picture. She certainly has plenty to offer & like her sister I'm sure she will have many exciting days to come her way, lovely. 2, Newman's Woferlow Aurora, ultra smart to look at from any angle, lovely head & expression, good strong jaws, well arched neck leading into good shoulders, tight elbows with good legs & furnishings, good body & ribbing with correct top & underlines, short loins lead into well developed quarters though not quite the angulation of 1. However she does use what she has with great effect. Her hocks are strong & parallel Ultra sound moving away but not quite precise coming towards me today. Lovely in profile with a super outline that's helped by her natural head carriage Lovely for size & type & so full of promise. 3, Chambers' Barembak Midsummer Moon

 

YB (1), 1, Vine's Cishelvine Can't Catch Me, such an elegant young lady, she maybe a trifle long in body for some but she is certainly all in proportion. Beautiful head & expression, lovely dark almond shaped eyes & lovely furnishings to match. Long elegant well arched neck lead into very good shoulders with correct angles. Plenty of fore chest that all sits & fits correctly, her keel extends well back, firm backline, short strong loins that lead into well angulated quarters. Her hocks are strong & show no sign of weakness. Ultra sound coming & going & projects herself well in profile keeping a lovely elegant outline. A real showgirl who can certainly cover some ground & in great style

 

PGB (5,2), 1 & RBCC, Gibson's Allfreys Helena, I found this young lady quite exceptional in all departments, not only was she a delight to go over but its her easy moving gait & style that consistently draws your eye. The more she moves the more you can't take your eyes off her. No exaggeration, all in proportion, beautiful type, lovely coat & hard in condition. She certainly is a very good Dachshund. Lovely feminine head & melting expression, ears correctly set & correct in length, long defined neck which she uses to her advantage, very good shoulders on very good legs & feet. Plenty in front with plenty of width, her keel extends well back into a lovely underline with decent ribbing & firm backline, short firm loins lead into very good well made hammy quarters, hocks are neat & strong, soundest of movers coming & going & just glides in profile, full of energy giving the impression that she could work all day. Pushed the BCC winner all the way because of her youthfulness & attitude & it was close. On this performance & with judges who can appreciate a good well made Dachshund she should fly her way to the top, good luck!. 2, Newman's Barembak Dellamarie, another who I really liked, she has great shoulders too, in fact the girls overall where better constructed in front than the boys. Very good head & expression, well arched neck leading into the most lovely well made front with feet to die for!. Good body & ribbing, shorter coupled throughout than 1 but in proportion, she has enough angulation behind to do what she needs to do & her hocks are strong & parallel. So very sound coming & going & gave a good account in profile although not quite opening her gait in the same way as 1. Certainly a quality girl that should prove useful. 3, Horne's Salixian Cafe Noir

 

LB, (7,1), 1, Hutching's Tendrow I Am The One From Collidach JW, in tip top condition & presented to perfection, yet another beauty with correct shoulders & headed a very good class of bitches. Good head & expression with the desired length from muzzle to skull & the deepest, darkest oval eyes. Well arched neck leading into perfect angles & shoulder layback. Plenty of width with a good prominent breast bone. Very good tightly bunched feet, her body is long but in proportion & her ribbing is long, deep & extends well back on a good backline. Her loins are thick & strong & her tail correctly set & carried at all times. Hind angulation is good with enough to help her drive on the move. Moving today she was  quite parallel & in profile she is a power house full of determination & clearly on a mission to go places. In my mind she was certainly one that challenged hard in the final run off & on this performance will hopefully continue & have an exciting summer. 2, Davies' Pendyffren Miss Dolce By Atahira, loved this two year red who ran 1 very close, another lovely type & in hard condition with a super coat & furnishings to match. Lovely head & dark eye, well arched neck leading into very good shoulders, tight elbows, plenty of fore chest & width, her ribbing is long & well sprung with correct top & underlines, short thick loins lead into well made quarters, her hocks are strong & neat, moving away & back she wasn't quite as precise here as 1 but she certainly excels in profile keeping a beautiful outline, her elegant neck carriage with good reach & follow through enabling her to cover the ground with some ease. One that I really liked too. 3, Vine's Cishelvine Just An Enigma

 

OB. ( 4,1). 1, Warren's Ch Wagsford Jennifer, I really loved this bitch & why wouldn't I?. My last two appointments have seen me award a CC to a Wagsford bitch. This one was new to me but impressed my in so many ways, she is so beautifully made from the tip of her nose to the end of her tail. Lovely head & feminine expression, long well arched neck leading into copy book shoulders, tight elbows on very good legs & feet. Very good width throughout with her fore chest fitting so well. Her keel extends well back on very good ribbing that is deep, well sprung & extends well back. Strong topline with tail that is correctly set & carried at all times. Her loins are short & thick & her hind angulation is near perfection. Moving away she drives soundly from her neat hocks & was indeed sound enough coming towards me on the most beautiful feet. In profile her outline never falters & her carriage & style will always make you look twice. Today when it came to my final awards I just felt that her coat was due to be stripped & her muscle tone could have been harder. Nevertheless a beauty that I really rated & on form would be extremely hard to get past. 2, Wharton's Greyhayne Black Velvet, nice type, shorter & more compact throughout. Good head & expression, enough neck that she uses so well at all times. Good shoulders although not the precise angles of 1, good length of ribbing & firm topline, short in loins with just enough angulation in the quarters. Hocks are strong with no sign of weakness. Not as precise as 1 coming & going although gives a pleasing picture in profile. In great coat & hard in condition. 3, Phillip's Tendrow Time 'N' Time Again

 

Daniel Roberts (Swansford)

Judge

Wirehaired Dachshund Club 2019

Dachshund (Miniature Wire-haired)

Judge: Lesley Patton (Lesandnic)

BEST OF BREED : THORN ANDREWS Ch Drakesleat Too Gud to be True & Best in Show

Dog CC : JONES Ch Bimini Starstruck
Res Dog CC : THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Evan Sent

Best Puppy Dog : SMITH & MOON Alncroft Ivan Inkling

Bitch CC : THORN ANDREWS Ch Drakesleat Too Gud to be True
Res Bitch CC : CROSSMAN & KENNEDY Janter Bee Forever

Best Puppy Bitch : FULTON Bothlyn Penny from Heaven

Best Puppy : FULTON Bothlyn Penny from Heaven & Reserve Best Puppy in Show
Best Veteran : PHILLIPS Ch Curtisey Boogy Woogy JW & Reserve Best Veteran in Show

 

Veteran Dog or Bitch (9 Entries) Abs 4
1st: PHILLIPS Ch Curtisey Boogy Woogy JW
2nd: FULTON Ch Bothlyn Brigadoon JW
3rd: PAIN Trixhund Tattiannie Ravensbeech
Res: HAYWARD Taree Scoville at Wirefusion
VHC: SMITH Bingobongo Gregory

 

Good Citizen Dog Scheme Dog or Bitch (2 Entries) 
1st: VOSSEN Dajeans Happy Sunday
2nd: CROW Compania Pandora
3rd: 
Res: 
VHC:

 

Minor Puppy Dog (10 Entries) Abs 2
1st: SMITH & MOON Alncroft Ivan Inkling
2nd: THORN ANDREWS & BILLINGHURST Drakesleat Kumquat May
3rd:  FLOWERS Bingobongo's Ruben
Res: SALISBURY Pennywave Nosey Parker at Brocklewood
VHC: FULTON Bothlyn Storm Trouper

Puppy Dog (2 Entries) Abs 1
1st: BLACK Lordscairnie Cauld be Love Bassodon
2nd: 
3rd: 
Res: 
VHC:

Junior Dog (7 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Ivor Notion
2nd: RUSSELL Russteck All Eyes on Me
3rd: PHILLIPS Gulliagh Loganberry of Robinswood (IKC)
Res: LEE Driveelm Main Attraction at Daxilee
VHC: 

 

Yearling Dog (3 Entries) 
1st:  KIRKWOOD-EMERY Ch Helydon Laird Loki JW
2nd: JONES & JONES Carlita Sunrise 
3rd:  FEETHAM Kimbleholme King of Hearts

Res: 
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Post Graduate Dog (1 Entry) 
1st:  VOSSEN Dajeans Happy Sunday
2nd: REILLY Phyvars Winston
3rd: 
Res: 
VHC: 

Limit Dog (9 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Evan Sent
2nd: CROSSMAN Janter Clarion
3rd: RUSSELL Russteck the Bruce
Res: FULTON Bothlyn Super Trouper
VHC: JONES Bimini Hot Chocolate

Open Dog (5 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: JONES Ch Bimini Starstruck
2nd: HEATHER Ravensbeech Rossini with Whiteorchard
3rd: FEETHAM Kimbleholme Jackpot
Res: PRESNAIL Taree Useless Loop
VHC: 

Minor Puppy Bitch (12 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: FULTON Bothlyn Penny from Heaven
2nd: BLACKBURN Stargang Minnesota
3rd:  MILLS Middleton Hunt
Res: SMITH & MOON Alncroft Phoebe Gonzalez
VHC: HARKER & HATZIKATIS Hadoka Ours to Amircale


Puppy Bitch (7 Entries) Abs: 0
1st: DANCE Emem Constance Sunshine
2nd FULTON Jolanda Uptown Girl at Bothlyn
3rd: RUSSELL Auchenrose Reelo Kate to Russteck
Res: SMITH & MOON Alncroft Moonshine
VHC:  STORTON Dereheath Matini Rosso

Junior Bitch (11 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: MORRIS Stargang Peggy Sue at Pennywave
2nd: STORTON Dereheath Helen Reddy
3rd:  FLOWERS & SMITH Bingobongo's Boudica
Res: TEAL Lordscairnie Love Island
VHC: MACFARLAN Bassodon Minerva

Yearling Bitch (7 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: CROSSMAN Janter Cinnamon
2nd: CLARE Drakesleat Helen Back to Mabellene
3rd: BLACKBURN-BENNETT Stargang Rays of Sunshine
Res: FEETHAM Kimbleholme Pot of Luck
VHC: KIRKWOOD Helydon Magical Mika

Post Graduate Bitch (13 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: CROSSMAN & KENNEDY Janter Bee Forever
2nd: DANCE Emem Summer Sunshine   
3rd: JONES Bimini Wish Upon a Star
Res: WEEKS Beldrew Flora at Avon
VHC:BLACKBURN Lamark Peggy at Stargang (Imp Fin)

Limit Bitch (11 Entries) Abs: 2
1st: THORN ANDREWS Drakesleat Drop Dead Gorjus
2nd: PAIN Russteck Nicely Nicely for Ravensbeech
3rd:  FULTON Bolthlyn Dancing Queen
Res: BLACK Bassodon Dodecahedron JW
VHC: KIRKWOOD-EMERY Helydon Jinglebells
  
Open Bitch (10 Entries) Abs: 1
1st: THORN ANDREWS Ch Drakesleat Too Gud to be True
2nd: KIRKWOOD-EMERY Ch Helyon Fabulous Freya
3rd:  BLACKBURN BENNETT Ch Stargang Catch the Rainbow
Res: DANCE Ch Emem Gloria Sunshine JW ShCM
VHC: JONES Bimini Out of the Blue