IRISH TERRIERS
11th February 2023
JUDGE - Mrs Maureen Ward

 

 

 

BEST OF BREED
LEE’S IVYBLUE CRINCKLES,

 BEST PUPPY
ATKIN’S HOLBAM CELTIC ROSE
all pictures are courtesy of Gareth Brown ( please credit if sharing) 


Please would you thank the officer's and committee for the warm welcome and hospitality at the show in February, when you run shows yourself you appreciate the work before on the day and after the officers and committee have put in and it was as it always is a lovely show, so many thanks.

 

 

My thanks to the committee and exhibitors for the warm welcome at this lovely terrier show.

PUPPY (3.0) 1st ATKIN’S HOLBAM CELTIC ROSE (A1) Loved this pretty girl just over 7 mths full of confidence, good length of head with flat skull, dark eye, lovely ear carriage and set well, balanced neck into well laid shoulders, and firm topline, never put a foot wrong, she enjoys the ring a great advantage to take Best Puppy, delighted to see her later take Reserve Best Puppy in Show,  

2ND BRADSHAW’S HOLBAM MIDSUMMER SPRITE (A1) Litter sister to above, with much of the same description and a strong contender, good head lovely ear set and nice eye, good overall shape to body in keeping with age, felt first just had that slight maturity in head.

3RD REDMAN’S HOLBAM FREYA

JUNIOR (2.2) 1st OLIVER’S RUFOUS GUBBEEN OF CLEEVE, Strength in body this 14 mth young male, dark eye with nice length to head, flat skull  using ears well adding to expression, ample bone with substance to match with well-muscled hind quarters which showed on the move.

2ND CAPERN’S GRAIN RAY OF HOPE, 16mth bitch, pleasing head piece with nice eye placement, overall body structure, not quite as confident on the move but firm topline remained level.

POST/GRAD (3.2) 1st THOMAS & PRINT’S BILARNY EDNA COTTON SOCKS, confident mover this pretty lady, lovely dark eye, carried her head well flat skull,  well-muscled with depth of chest, strength in hind quarters which showed on the move.

2ND CAPERN’S GRAIN RAY OF HOPE

Lovely class, little between, movements making the difference

OPEN (5.4) 1ST LEE’S IVYBLUE CRINCKLES, lovely feminine bitch without losing her strength, balanced head shape with flat skull, strength in jaw, nice length of neck into shoulders, bone and substance to match well set on tail carriage, moved parallel without hesitation both ways to take the class and BOB

2ND LOVELACE’S DEARG MORRIS AT BRAZAN, loved the expression on this strong male, good head with dark eye, ears well placed and using them well, good overall outline in body and muscle tone, harsh coat, but boys will be boys not so settled on the move, but more under control to take RBOB 

3RD BAMSEY’S HOLBAM CELTIC WIZZARD JW

 

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