05 August 2018
Judge: Dr Francis Yeoh
There was an entry of 103 Papillons with only a few absentees. There was a good representation of the breed and the many excellent winners convincingly reflect the high standards achieved by the breeders. It was a delight to see a good number of quality youngsters in the puppy classes, as they determine the future successes. One outstanding feature is temperaments sustained by the exhibits throughout the proceedings. Head properties particularly regarding the balance of skull and muzzle are prerequisites are of very good save for a few. I favoured those with a slightly rounded skull with a finely pointed muzzle. Of course, large flaring ears with luxuriant fringes enhanced the expression and therefore influenced the placings. There were only a handful that I found to be heavy in bone and coarse in head properties. Movement is excellent in the majority of the exhibits. Temperaments are also excellent. Movement was generally of a high standard although a number of otherwise excellent exhibits were a tad erratic in action.
An exhibit that carries its head correctly, maintaining a level top-line on the move ensures an ‘alert bearing’ and this also influenced the placings. My principal winners not only reflect these attributes but they also have quality and showmanship. I extend my sincere appreciation to the exhibitors for their enthusiasm and sportsmanship and the committee for ensuring that the show ran ever so smoothly.
Judge: Francis Yeoh
Best in Show: Cox’s Tricianbri Tuppence A Kiss
Res. Best in Show: Munn’s Ringlands Timeless Gift
Best Opposite Sex: Munn’s Ringlands Timeless Gift
Best Puppy in Show: Orchard’s Ablazzor Angel of the North at Panspayon
Res. Best Puppy in Show: Olof’s Tarnock Romeo Romeo
Best Minor Pupp in Show: High’s Melangel Dazzling Dream
Best Phalene in Show: Sparkes Pinkmead New Year’s Eve
Best Veteran in Show: Stanbury’s Inixia Delightful Dan
Dog CC: Munn’s Ringlands Timeless Gift
Res. Dog CC: Boughton & Stanbury’s Inixia Follower of Fashion
Bitch CC: Cox’s Tricianbri Tuppence A Kiss
Res. Bitch CC: Orchard’s Ablazzor Angel of the North at Panspayon
Class 1: Minor Puppy Dog, 6
1st High’s Melangel Dazzling Dream, b/w already showing signs of a good coat with promise of beautifully fringed butterfly ears, pleasing head features, showing with enthusiasm and moving with accuracy.
2nd Whitehill & Unwin’s Paparottsie Berrylicious, fine-boned tri with ideal head markings, white body coat of correct silky texture, moves very well, another promising youngster.
3rd Headley’s Yeldaeh Simply Red
Class 2: Puppy Dog, 7/1a
1st Olof’s Tarnock Romeo Romeo, Tri, scores in head features, large correctly flared ears with good fringing, balanced, presenting an excellent outline, moving and showing with conviction and elegance.
2nd High’s Melangel Dazzling Dream, winner of minor puppy and overcoming strong competition to secure this place.
3rd Munn’s Ringlands Oliver Twist
Class 3: Junior Dog, 2
1st Stanbury’s Inixia Fully Charged, sable/white, scores in head features and expression, promising fringing on mobile flared ears, lovely carriage of head moving and standing, good make and shape, ideal proportions, level topline, excellent tail carriage, moves true both coming and going and presented a balanced outline.
2nd Olof’s Tarnock Rock n Roll Rene, close up and also sable/white, excellent head, expression enhanced by large flaring ears, ideal make and shape, moving and showing with accuracy and style.
Class 4: Yearling Dog, 5
1st Petty’s Feorlig All You Need is Love at Goldenmist, b/w, typical head features, framed by beautifully fringed butterfly ears, abundant silky coat, super make and shape, excellent temperament, scores in movement both fore and aft.
2nd Malcolm’s Feorlig It Must’ve Been Love r/w litter brother of winner and therefore, the same remarks apply and they could easily change places on another day.
3rd Olof’s Tarnock Rock N Roll Rene
Class 5: Novice Dog, 2
1st Stanbury’s Inixia Dressed to Kill, b/w, pleasing head features enhanced by large correctly flared ears with good fringes, excellent body proportions, presenting an ideal outline, level topline, correct tail set, could have been more consistent in movement, excellent temperament.
2nd Hobson’s Amicae Kenzo at Rosenjon, red/white, pleasing head and expression, excellent markings, good make and shape, moves and shows with style
Class 6: Graduate Dog, 4
1st Munn’s Ringlands Timeless Gift, handsome r/w, 2 years old and already possessing all the attributes of a champion, scores in expression, beautiful fringes adorning well set flaring ears, ideal length of neck and therefore had a lovely carriage of head moving and standing, level topline, excellent tail set, moves true both coming and going and presented a balanced outline, CC and RBIS.
2nd Orchard’s Panspayon Eye of the Storm, b/w excellent markings on head enhanced by butterfly ears with good fringes, presented a pleasing outline and moves accurately and with confidence.
3rd Stanbury’s Angullyon Trading Secrets with Inixia
Class 7: Post Graduate Dog, 9
1st Boughton & Stanbury’s Inixia Follower of Fashion, quality b/w possessing excellent head properties and therefore presents a highly pleasing expression, typical large flared ears enhanced by lovely fringes, fine silky coat, excellent make and shape, light and free-flowing movement, level topline and excellent tail set, alert and establishing a great rapport with his handler, RCC and one to follow closely in the shows to come, aptly named.
2nd Petty’s Jansanlies He’s A Belter at Goldenmist, b/w shown in excellent coat and ideal fringing on butterfly ears, totally accurate in movement and super showman.
3rd Morrell’s Serenglade Leap of Faith for Temelora
Class 8: Limit Dog, 8
1st Melvin’s Ringlands Sunshines Story at Shalandar ShCM, r/w, scores in head features, lovely fringes on large butterfly ears, excellent make and shape, possesses elegance and style, moving true both fore and aft and showing with confidence.
2nd Atkin’s Vlinder Light of the Moon, tri with pleasing head and expression, good body proportions, typical outline, moves and shows with style and confidence.
3rd Bull’s Altaya Star Attraction
Class 9: Open Dog, 6 1a
1st Caton’s Never Let Me Go Forussi at Henrix, excellent tri with the most attractive head and expression enhanced by richly fringed large butterfly ears, excellent make and shape, balanced in outline, moves with conviction maintaining a level topline and correct tail carriage throughout, and was seriously considered in the challenge.
2nd Anderson’s Ch Fraermar Storm in the Snow, tri, a worthy champion, excellent head properties, a super expression enhanced by large butterfly ears, presenting a balanced outline with ideal make and shape, moves and shows with style and conviction.
3rd Morrell’s Temelora Let It Be Magic JW
Class 10: Open Phalene Dog, 1
1st Sparke’s Pinkmead Twistin Time, sable/white, pleasing head and expression, typical make and shape, moves well and was placed reserve in postgraduate.
Class 11: Veteran Dog, 7
1st Stanbury’s Inixia Delightful Dan ShCM, striking sable/white, scores in head features enhanced by large mobile flared ears with good fringing, totally balanced, ideal make and shape, presenting a pleasing outline, moves with total accuracy and shows with enormous style. Best Veteran in Show.
2nd Munn’s Smileline Silenzio Sunshine Garsiv, r/w excellent head features, luxuriant silky coat and ear fringes, ideal outline, moves true fore and aft and shows like the trouper that he is.
3rd Morrell’s Temelora Bobby Dazzler
Class 12: Minor Puppy Bitch, 6 /1a
1st Orchard’s Panspayon Gold Fever, r/w, 6 months old, excellent head features enhanced by large mobile butterfly ears with promising signs of excellent fringes to come, balanced and most exciting prospect.
2nd French’s Soleona Valentina, s/w, excels in head and expression, correctly set large ears, pleasing make and shape, moves and shows very well.
3rd Headley’s Yeldaeh Lady in Red
Class 13: Puppy Bitch, 6
1st Orchard’s Ablazzor Angel of the North at Panspayon, tri with a pronounced white blaze, super head features, enhanced by correctly set large mobile butterfly ears enhanced by excellent fringes that fully enhance her expression, excellent make and shape, level topline and ideal tail set, moves with accuracy both fore and aft and showing with lots of style. I was pleased to award her the RCC against strong competition because I strongly feel she has enormous potential to be a champion.
2nd Stanbury’s Inixia Glamour Girl, dainty b/w, fine-boned, another with enormous promise because of excellent conformation, ideal head features, enhanced by large butterfly ears, balanced body proportions and coat of correct silky texture, moves true and possesses a lovely temperament.
3rd Morrell’s Tarnock Ruffles for Temelora
Class 14: Junior Bitch, 5
1st Olof’s Tarnock Runaway Ruby, r/w, excellent head features, large flaring ears with beautiful fringes, balanced outline, level topline, correct tail set, creating a very pleasing picture and moving freely and accurately, totally alert and attentive to her handler.
2nd Cox’s Temelora Looks Like an Angel, r/w, dainty and feminine, scores in expression enhanced by mobile large butterfly ears enhanced by good fringing, pleasing outline, moves and shows like a trouper.
3rd Milroy’s Farthinghall Zain Rox
Class 15: Yearling Bitch, 6/1a
1st French’s Solena Keep Me, b/w, adored her lovely head markings, further complemented by large flaring and mobile ears covered with beautiful fringes, moves and shows very well to win this class.
2nd Orchard’s Panspayon Evensong, sable/white, pleasing head properties, typical butterfly ears, but the winner had the edge today in head features and expression, excellent make and shape, moves and shows with confidence.
3rd Marsden’s Panspayon Eye of the Day
Class 16: Novice Bitch, 6
1st Orchard’s Ablazzor Angel of the North at Panspayon, Best Puppy and RCC
2nd Olof’s Tarnock Rumour n Riddles, b/w, pleasing head and expression, enhanced by mobile butterfly ears with good fringing, good make and shape, moves and shows with conviction and style.
3rd Nash’s Ookiimimi Mischief Maker
Class 17: Graduate Bitch, 4
1st Standbury’s Inixia Luscious Lucy, elegant sable/white, excellent head features, large flaring ears, feminine and fine-boned, typical outline, balanced and moving accurately and showing with style and confidence.
2nd Cox’s Denemore Juniperberrie at Tricianbri, loved her head markings, fine silky white coat on a good body, balanced outline, moves true fore and aft.
3rd Geary’s Taliesyn Wild Tansey
Class 18: Post Graduate Bitch, 10 /2a
1st Gregory’s Stagedoor Stripper, captivating tri, adored her mobile butterfly ears with abundant fringes, level topline, excellent tail set, light and free movement, alert and shows with great panache.
2nd Morrell’s Temelora Adele, phalene, b/w, lovely expression, dark expressive eyes, fine-boned and feminine, excellent make and shape, level topline which is maintained standing and moving, moves true fore and aft and showed with confidence.
3rd Miller’s Feorlig Viva La Vida
Class 19: Limit Bitch, 5/1a
1st Cox’s Tricianbri Tuppence A Kiss JW, CC and BIS, sable/white, 2 years and six months, totally feminine, an absolutely glamorous and enchanting bitch: my eye constantly returned to her in the challenge and she overcame competition from winners of puppy (RCC) and open. She is totally irresistible as she has that elusive extra – quality. She has the most appealing head and expression, large butterfly ears enhanced by luxuriant fringes, fine silky coat, ideal make and shape and beautifully balanced in outline. Her movement is totally convincing, light and free, elegant and alert, totally at one with her handler.
2nd Orchard’s Ringlands Yoko’s Solo at Panspayon ShCM, sable/white, excellent head features splendidly framed by large and expressive butterfly ears with fabulous fringes, silky coat, typical outline, balanced, moves true and exuding star quality.
3rd Munn’s Ringlands Treasure Sunshine
Class 20: Open Bitch, 3
1st Milroy’s Farleysbane Frilly Filly from Farthinghall, 3 year old, exquisite tri, seriously considered in the challenge, typical head features, attractive large flaring ears with excellent fringes, coat of correct silky texture, fine-boned and feminine, super make and shape, level topline, excellent tail set, balanced outline, excellent temperament, scores in movement both fore and aft and shows with great style.
2nd Gregory’s Ch Skyvana Reddy To Go to Tonkory JW, sable/white, a worthy champion, excellent head features and large butterfly ears, good silky coat, pleasing outline, excellent make and shape, level topline, beautifully balanced, moves true and showed with great style.
3rd Whitehill’s Rozamie Madam Reeva
Class 21: Open Phalene Bitch, 2
1st Sparks Pinkmead New Year’s Eve, b/w, excellent head, beautifully marked, soulful eyes, balanced outline, moves accurately and shows with confidence and style, Best Phalene in Show.
2nd Sellick’s Pinkmead Fire Cracker, b/w only 8 months old, pleasing head features, also excellent markings on head, moves and shows with enthusiasm, VHC in minor puppy.
Class 22: Veteran Bitch, 5
1st Walklett’s Hillsong Katz Trade Secret of Farthinghall, r/w, typical head and expression, in superb coat of correct texture, maintaining a level topline standing and moving, good make and shape, shows and moves very well.
2nd Anderson’s Hillsong Marks Amelia at Pappretty, b/w, pleasing head features, large and mobile butterfly ears, good body shape, moves accurately but the winner had the better finish in coat.
3rd Foynes & May’s Jhnakia Masquerade at Lafay