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Went to HPR yesterday where Elvis (Qualitil Unforgetable) got BOB & Qualitil Rosies Boy RBOB
The kitchen at the show ran out of food so we went over the road to the "Baxter shop"
where they have lots of nick nacks for sale and a fab coffee shop. so if you are travellinh north towards Perth and need a stop the place to go is "Baxters centre" at Blackford it is just off the dual carriage you can see it from the dual carrageway.....and along the road into Blackford on the left is the village hall behind which is a large field where your dog can have a wee run ...their is also a wee burn for a drink for the dog(not yesterday it was -6 degrees)
Below the crique for Gundog Breeds of Scotland just for Lindsay and Ghillie Thanks to Dog World
V (1) 1 Gumley's Ghyllbeck Acidaspis, pleasing type, good outline for a 7 year old, excellent firm topline, quality elongated head, nicely moulded with soft expression & good muzzle, strong bone & firm feet. A little down on front pasterns. Deep bodied, correct tuck up, well bent stifles & muscular hindquarters with second thigh, springy flowing mover. Toeing in slightly in front & not totally positive behind. RBD earned on his overall quality & type.
P (3) 1 Nield's Ellsott Party Politics, 7 months dog, well proportioned head, excellent bone & feet, well angulated throughout, well sprung ribcage, well covered loin, good depth for a youngster, well bent stifle. Needs training & handling to settle on the move. BP; 2 Goddard's Raycris Kinda Kute, most attractive type, lovely promising head, good bone, feet & topline, nicely coupled & taut abdomen, good overall outline. Moving a little wide in front & needs more handling to bring out the full potential; 3 Taylor's Ellscott Red Rum mit Waldenhof.
J (3,1) 1 Gray & Evand's Qualitil Rosies Lassie, a bitch with some finer breed points, moving reasonably well with flowing gait. Rather overdone in head. Well laid shoulders, good reach of neck & clean overall lines, moderate tuck up with taut abdomen, well muscled hindquarters; 2 Mell's Raycris Perfection at Meadlands, lacking in coat, would prefer more strength in muzzle. Good strong bone & firm feet, good topline, strong loin & broad over the croup. Disappointed with rear movement.
PG (8,3) 1 Macgregor's Daleander Hot Love, good type, excellent strong bone, strong pasterns & correct feet, skull & muzzle set in proportion, correct stop & eye colour, well ribbed, taut skin & abdomen, firm loin, good depth of body, in good coat, condition & feather. Movement behind could be better; 2 Murdoch's Kalabagh Vermillion, many typical qualities but would like to see rather more strength in head. Pleasing outline & depth of body, well angulated overall, correct topline. Could carry more condition to advantage. Moved acceptably with good tail carriage; 3 Logie's Franorst Paws for Eirinn.
L (7,3) 1 Thomson's Raycris Pipistrel, excellent type, lovely shaped skull & muzzle, correct stop, lovely eye shape & expression, strong neck with good reach, well angulated throughout & nicely proportioned, excellent strong straight bone & pasterns, firm well padded feet, well sprung rib, good body condition, taut & well coupled, deep bodied, moved very soundly. Unfortunately suffered from a dead tail which prevented further awards; 2 K Vermillion; 3 Pilkington's Tarkanya Lytas Lace. RBB.
OD (2) 1 Kennedy's Qualitil Unforgetable, mature 6 years dog, nicely moulded head, correct stop, kind eye & rounded skull, good dark eye, excellent strong bone down to well padded feet, well angulated throughout, prominent breastbone, good topline, well ribbed, coupled & strong over the loin, wide at the croup, excellent stifles, well muscled hindquarters & strong hocks, moved very soundly reaching out & extending. Unfortunately tends to raise his tail a bit much to spoil the picture. However he has many excellent breed qualities & was in good condition & well presented so had to be my BOB.
OB (2) 1 Gray, Evans & Logie's Qualitil Unstoppable, litter sister to the BOB winner with many breed qualities. Not a big bitch, rather neat in outline, balanced head, not overdone, adequate bone & feet, well ribbed, firm loin, good bend of stifle & muscled hindquarters, in good coat, feather & condition. BB; 2 Kirkwood & Thomson's Ir Ch Helydon Knockandhu at Sarscottah, pleasing type & outline, well balanced head, nicely angulated throughout, good topline. Lacking in body condition & muscletone in the hindquarters. Moved acceptably.
And Qualitil Unstoppable (Rosie) Best opposite Sex Gudog Breeds of Scotland
Well Done to Suki on taking BOB at Dundee on Saturday. The munster classes were well entered too so that makes it even nicer for her. It was a shame the weather wasn't great but it certainly wasn't as bad as forecast.
Linda, it was lovely to see Chance on Saturday. He certainly doesn't look like a veteran!!! The other Kalabagh boy (I'm sorry I forgot his name) was looking nice too. His owners were telling me that he's shaping up to be a smashing working dog, you must be pleased about that.
Next show for us in Leeds this Saturday. I have checked online and it says we have 52 dogs entered making an entry of 51. I think according to the passes we are 1st on Saturday so it will be an early start for us. Suits me though because it means you can get up the road sharp in the afternoon.
Nicky was this an Adult or child competion. Erin is amazing she just gets better and better I know she puts a lot of work in on her dogs training 4 out of 5 evenings!! It is all paying off.
& a very well done to Spicky (Tarkanya Hollys Hello ) who won RBC at Welsh Champ show yesterday
Hi Fiona & John well done at National Gundog on your Reserve Dog CC That was excellent very well done DALEANDER HOT LOVE RCC
For all munster results go to
I dont know what the weather is like on the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond But I am just back from Strathblane where the rain was horrendous driving down the M8 to go home the traffic had stopped the rain was so bad (this is summer? I have not missed something have I?)
Came off the M74 at Clyde Valley ( Scotlands Garden) no rain but could see clouds creeping down from the north Wanted to get home before it started down here ...did not want Rosie getting a soaking... but it seems to have passed over.
Below picture of Sukis new toy....Robbie (7Week old Border Terrier) Who is just finding about water & Girls??!!
Got this from Tina
The results are now up for East of England www.fossedata.co.uk
Julie Dowden got the BCC with Jagerreh Coranto of Chontelle SHCM - as this is her 3rd this now makes her SH CH Jagerreh Coranto of Chontelle SHCM - CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!
Well done to all the other winners too.
Oh - Vicky, how did your driving lesson go???
Very well done Cassie....tell your mum jumping up and grabing your arm is a normal munster thingie.....you will grow out of it ....better to have some sparkle than be half asleep ..
You will be looking foerwad to Paington even more now
Hope you got extra biscuits for being a clever girl
SKC is closing 7th July and online 14th July
& well done Vicky didnt you have a good day
We have three "scottish munsters" winning top awards at LMC show
at the weekend
Linda Williamson won DCC & Best in show
Gayle won RDCC & Tina won RBCC
what a team Well done all of you
must all be on cloud nine?1
I think (& correct me if I'm wrong) this was the 3rd CC for Tanzenbach Water Boatman therefore making him up to SHOW CHAMPION!!! Well Done Helen - I'm sure she must be over the moon.
Vicky, I am sorry to hear about poor Carly. I'm sure she will be fine though so dont feel bad about it. Well Done on Qualifying Islay for Crufts, it is a great feeling when that happens.
Well Done to everyone else who done well.
Look forward to seeing some pics soon
Linda, I am confused, wasn't it Erin & Paws (Franorst Paws for Eirinn) who got BPIB at Crufts this year????
What does everyone have planned for this weekend? Good Luck to those going to Tay Valley, looking forward to hearing the results.