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2006 (OCTOBER) BULLMASTIFF CLUB OF VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW RESULTS & CRITIQUES

Judge -  Mr Andrew Burt (Vic)

 

Firstly, thank you very much to the committee of the Bullmastiff Club of Victoria for the invitation to judge at the show. I have attended every one of the past Championship Shows since the first one, back in 1974, at the Dandenong Showgrounds, judged by the late David White of Queensland. It is 28 years since my New Zealand import, Ch Arabella of Arapeti won this show just a month after returning from Queensland, ten months after she was stolen and three weeks after she returned to Melbourne! Thus, as you will appreciate, this particular event holds many great memories for me.

I would like to also thank my stewards, John Thompson and Annie Briglia, together with the ticket writer Debbie Parker and the VCA representative, Sue Emary. Particular thanks to Jessamy Morrissey for her outstanding effort as typist for the critiques … I am not sure she realised what a long and demanding job it would be!

Hopefully my critiques were accepted in the manner they were given – an honest and constructive assessment of each exhibit. Of course each judge has their own perspectives, and interpretations of the breed standard, and critiques and gradings will vary accordingly. The only variations in placings to gradings occurred in situations where dogs, once critiqued and graded, failed to continue to move consistently, or in one case, improved their movement as the show progressed. In the case of several exhibits who were lame on the day, I was happy to provide a critique for them, but not a grading on this occasion.

My general impressions …. well there have certainly been improvements. Generally heads were pretty good, with few very plain heads or long and snipey muzzles. Some exhibits could still improve in muzzle, and I was fairly harsh in penalizing muzzles that tapered considerably. There were some outstanding heads, which were mainly on the dogs. For me, in dogs, Ch Treebrook Desert Oak, Ch Anmenta Blonde Ambition and Bramarley Gameguard (Imp UK) were the stand out heads, with excellent square skulls, full and broad muzzles, good rise of stop and generally correct eye shape. The bitches, although generally fairly good, lacked the ‘extra something’ of a great head. Ch Grizzmuffley Scandalous together with Nightquest Makybe Diva were very good and from memory the most typical of the bitches’ heads. This is not a gender related issue, as in the past there have certainly been bitches with fantastic feminine heads that could hold their own with any male of the breed.

Toplines still need some work, but the ‘hooped over the loin’ toplines, which are something I really dislike, were much less evident on the day. However, in saying that, there were far too many steep croups for my liking, and this is an area that I feel breeders need to watch in the future. The Bullmastiff tail should be set on fairly high, with only a very slight slope of croup (the part of the back from the front of the pelvis to the root of the tail).

Mouths were generally quite good, but as usual some exhibits do need to have wider underjaws. I did spot a couple of wry mouths (type of mouth with some twist of the jaw so that upper and lower jaws are out of alignment). This is an area where breeders and exhibitors need to become more proficient in being able to detect the defect, mainly in terms of being able to correctly assess their breeding stock and make appropriate decisions as to whether to breed, and if so, what dogs and lines to breed to.

The two areas that did concern me were in the front assembly:

There were many exhibits with varying degrees of ‘east west’ feet. This problem, in examination, related to pinched elbows which result from a lack of breadth of the brisket area between the front legs, and thus generally to chest width overall.

I was also concerned at the number of exhibits with short upper arms (this is the humerus bone which runs from the elbow to the point of shoulder, meeting the scapula). When the upper arm is short, this brings the front legs forward, rather than them being placed under the withers (the highest point of the shoulder blades and the point where the dog’s height is measured). This misplacement of the front legs means that exhibits have less forechest than the ideal and the reach in front movement is somewhat restricted in many cases.

In most cases, bone and feet were pleasing. Light eyes were in the minority, and masks were dark, orbits (dark colour around the eye) were good, and ears were darker than the overall body colour, providing the correct expression desired in the Bullmastiff.

Overall, I was very pleased with the quality entry and my Challenge and Reserve Challenge winners were in my opinion excellent specimens. I would like to thank all exhibitors for the sportsmanlike way they accepted my decisions together with what appeared to be a positive acceptance of my critiques and gradings.

I must say, that it was a rather exhausting day, but I thoroughly enjoyed myself and was very happy with my winners. I found some classes difficult, but tried to work the classes consistently, but as is always the case in judging, there were some decisions which I found easy and others where I had to weigh up positive and negative points and make a decision accordingly.

I was aiming to find reasonable heads, good balance and substance, together with specimens with good reach, drive and construction and I felt that I was able to achieve this in my overall winners on the day. Thankyou for a great day, and below is my assessment of exhibits that placed on the day.

Good luck to you all with your future exhibiting and breeding pursuits.

Andrew Burt

  

Baby Puppy Dog

1st: B & K Marion’s - Treebrook Trident Maple

3 months old very well balanced. Excellent headpiece. Nice eye. Good breadth of skull and good depth. Excellent broad mouth. Reasonable forechest and width of chest. Well angulated in front. Very well boned. Excellent feet and dark nails. Reasonable spring of rib. Excellent topline. Well angulated behind. Good set on of tail. Good colouring. Nice dark mask. A little smutty in front but should disappear. Moves well out and back. Flows very well moving around the ring.

2nd: D Chealuck’s - Keishabelle Purecountry

20 weeks, well balanced with length of leg to length of body. Nice chest for his age. Pleasant head with dark eye and good breadth of skull. Reasonable mouth, could be a little more blunt in muzzle. Good spring of rib. Good depth of chest. Nicely boned. Good dark toenails and reasonable feet. Topline is good at this stage. Tail set on well. Well angulated. Good coat colour but a little smutty in front at this stage. Excellent mask and ear colour. True out and back and a nice side gait.

3rd: M Edwards’ - Nightquest Reckless

5 month old, well balanced. Good length of leg and reasonable headpiece. A little plain in foreface and stop needs to develop. Excellent mouth. Good breadth of skull. Well developed chest. Good spring of rib. Well angulated in front. Good bone. Reasonably good feet. Excellent dark nails. Good length of back but high behind at this stage. Nicely angulated behind. Excellent coming towards me, a little close behind going away, could do with more drive, nice side action

 

Puppy Dog

1st: E Fowler’s - Anmenta Black Knight

11 month brindle male with excellent balance. Good length of leg. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Nice eye shape and colour. Reasonable stop. Well proportioned muzzle. Excellent length and good breadth. Mouth disappointing. Excellent breadth of chest. Well boned. Good feet, dark nails. Good front angulation. Good spring of rib for his age. Strong loin. Well angulated hindquarters with good width of thigh. A little steeper in croup than I like to see. Tail could be straighter. Excellent brindle colouring. Moves truly out and back, with pleasing side gait, although ideally a little more reach and drive.

2nd: W Bridgewater’s - Powerbulmas Hoova

10 month brindle male. Pleasing balance and length of leg to body proportion. Very pleasing head with good breadth and depth of skull. Good definition of stop. Well proportioned muzzle with good breadth and depth. Mouth disappointing. More pinched in nostril than I like to see. Good breadth of chest. Nicely boned. Excellent feet. Dark nails. Adequate front angulation. Upper arm could be longer. Excellent spring of rib. Strong loin. Good topline. Strong rear but needs more angulation. Reasonable set on of tail. I would like to see more height on the dog at this age Nicely brindled dog with more white than I like to see on the throat and chest.. Not so true coming towards me. Adequate going away. Appears somewhat stilted in side gait.

 

 Junior Dog

1st: K Lewison & S Johnson's Copperfield Honeythunder (Imp. UK)

14 month old male with excellent height to length ratio. Reasonable headpiece with excellent width and depth of skull. Stop could be a little more defined and muzzle a little plain at this stage. Good breadth. Excellent mouthpiece. Good eye shape and colour. Reasonable breadth of chest and reasonable front angulation. A little tight at the elbows at this stage. Well boned. Adequate feet. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Excellent topline. Well angulated hindquarters with good strength of thigh. A little steeper in croup than I like to see. Even apricot colouring with adequate mask. My preference would be for darker ears and more colour around the eyes. Very good rear movement. Front a little bit restricted but pleasant side gait and excellent topline on the move.

 

Intermediate Dog

1st: A & M Smith’s - Aust. CH Anmenta Blonde Ambition

2 years 8 months fawn male. Very good height to length ratio. Excellent headpiece. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Correct length of muzzle. Correct eye shape and colour. Just undershot. I would like to see a broader underjaw. Reasonable breadth of chest. A little more length of upper arm needed. A little pinched in elbows. Good bone. Nice feet. Slightly east west. Excellent spring of rib. Strong short loin. Reasonable hind angulation. Strong thighs. A little steeper in croup than I like to see. Excellent colouring. Pleasing heading away from me. A little restricted coming back towards me. Pleasing side gait with the fair reach and drive.

2nd: B & K Marion’s Treebrook Mountain Ash

2 year old fawn dog with excellent balance. Pleasing head. Good width and depth of skull. Well defined stop. A little more cheeky than I like to see for my ideal. Good length and breadth of muzzle. Good eye shape. Reasonable eye colour. Reasonable breadth of chest. Elbows slightly pinched. Nice neck into shoulders. Well boned. Very good feet. Good spring of rib. Correct length of loin. Excellent topline. Well angulated hindquarters. Drops a little in croup. Good set on of tail. Well coloured fawn with excellent head markings and slight smuttiness. Reasonably true coming and going. A little bit close behind. Pleasing side gait. Holds topline on the move. Slightly ‘slinky’ and a little nervy in temperament.

3rd: G & J Peterson’s - Aust. CH Anmenta Blonde Viking

2 years 8 months fawn male. Slightly longer than high in balance and the two in front were more square in proportions. Pleasant head with good skull breadth and depth. Adequate stop. Good length of muzzle. Good mouth. Broad front. Needs more length of upper arm. Good spring of rib. A little longer in loin than I like to see. Well angulated behind. Good strength of thigh and a pleasing topline. A little two toned in colour and needs darker ears. A little closer behind than I like to see. Nice coming towards me. A free mover from the side with good reach and drive.

 

Australian Bred Dog

I found I had quite a lot of weighing up to do in making my final decisions in this class.

1st: Lofthouse & Spice’s - Aust. CH Bullvalour Jacks Pryde

7 year old red male. Good body proportions but a little longer than tall. Excellent headpiece. Good breadth and depth of skull. Good stop. Square muzzle. Could be a little bit more cut off in front. Excellent mouth. Good eye shape and colour. Good breadth of chest. Needs more forechest and needs to be longer in upper arm. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Reasonably well angulated behind. Good topline and tail well set on. Well coloured but some smuttiness on the chest. Excellent head markings. Very good going away. Tends to converge coming towards me. Good side action but could do with a little bit more reach and drive. Excellent topline on the move. If this dog’s temperament is a little more ‘up’ we would see a better side gait, but pleasing for a seven year old. I actually expected him to throw the class away on his last move, but he ‘bucked up’ and moved round very well, thus beating the second dog on head qualities.

2nd: JA Valentine’s - Aust. CH Nightquest Rising Fast

4 year old fawn male. Good height and length ratio. Reasonable headpiece. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Stop could be more defined. Tapers slightly in muzzle. Good bite but could be broader in underjaw. Nice eye colour. Eyes are a little bit round in shape for me. Excellent breadth of chest. Reasonably angulated in the front. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Excellent topline. Well angulated with strong thighs behind. Good set on of tail. Excellent fawn colouring and excellent head markings. This dog is a good mover. A little close behind when going away. Good reach and drive in side action. Good topline on the move. Lost to the number one on head qualities.

3rd: A & M Smith’s - Aust. CH Anmenta Chaka Zulu

4 year old brindle male. Excellent body proportions. Reasonable breadth and depth of skull. Reasonable stop. Plainer in muzzle and slightly longer in muzzle. Muzzle could be broader. A little more undershot that desirable. Good breadth of chest. Reasonable front angulation. Reasonable spring of rib and he could be ribbed back a bit further. Strong loin. Reasonably angulated behind. A little bit steep in croup. Excellent brindle colour. True movement coming and going. Good reach and drive from the side. Holds his topline well on the move.

 

Open Dog

1st: Marion & Sickerdick's - Aust. CH Treebrook Desert Oak

3 year old red dog. Very good proportions. Large and upstanding dog with an alert and happy temperament. Excellent headpiece. Broad and deep skull. Correct stop. I would like to see a cleaner eye shape. Broad and deep muzzle of correct length. Excellent mouth. Broad well developed chest. Reasonable front angulation could be slightly longer in upper arm. Reasonable spring of rib. Strong short loin. Correct hind angulation. Good strength of thigh. Correctly set on tail. Excellent topline. Nicely coloured apricot although somewhat two toned. Excellent head markings. Good rear action Slightly wide in front coming back towards me. Correct reach and drive in side gait. Holds topline well on the move.

This dog’s two toning was not pleasing to me, however, it is a cosmetic point, and the overall package, in my opinion, is excellent. As judges, we are not faced with perfect specimens, and its all about weighing up points, and what each judge sees as most important. This dog is large, well constructed, moves with sense and purpose and without exaggeration. His reach and drive is correct for the breed, and the topline exhibits the correct characteristics; level, but with muscling over the loin, and it remains the same on the move. Top this with a typical head, excellent expression, and he won me!

I was happy to be able to award him his Dog CC and Best In Show.

2nd: V & S Ellis’ - Aust. CH Nightpower Special FX

5 year old red male. Smaller in size and bone than the winner. Good body proportions. Good breadth of skull. Reasonable depth of skull. Nice stop. Nice eye shape. Eyes could be a little bit darker. Strong muzzle. Slightly disappointing mouth. Adequate breadth of chest. Elbows a little bit pinched. Reasonable front angulation. Excellent spring of rib. Good length of loin. Reasonable hind angulation. With the topline, there is a bit of a dip over the loin. Nice fawn colouring with slight smutting. Excellent head markings. True coming and going. Reasonable reach and drive from the side but he appears to be a lazy mover.

3rd: B & S Wehmeier’s - Aust. CH Grizzmuffley Delirious

2 year old fawn male. Good height to length ratio. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. I would like a deeper stop. Nice eye shape and colour. Good breadth of muzzle. Slightly long in muzzle. A level bite. Reasonable breadth of chest. Well angulated front. A little pinched in elbow. Slightly east west. I would like to see more spring of rib for the size of the dog. Reasonable hind angulation. Would like to see a stronger thigh for his size. Nicely coloured fawn with correct head markings. Is good fore and aft. He has reasonable reach and drive. He holds his topline well on the move.

 

Challenge Dog: Marion & Sickerdick's Aust. CH Treebrook Desert Oak

Reserve Challenge: Smith's Aust. CH Anmenta Blonde Ambition

 

Baby Puppy Bitch

1st: M Edwards’ - Nightquest Scarlet

5 month bitch with reasonable balance. Might be slightly longer than I like, time will tell. Adequate headpiece. Reasonable breadth of skull. Good stop. Muzzle could be broader. Good dark eye. Just undershot. I would prefer a broader bottom jaw. Nice width of chest. Well angulated in front. Well-boned, good feet, dark nails. Adequate spring of rib. A little long in loin. Excellent top-line on the stack. Well angulated behind. Nice set on of tail. Excellent red colouring with small amount of smut on chest. Excellent movement out and back. Side gait has an excellent flow with excellent reach and flow. Time will tell with head, but this bitch won on her construction and movement.

2nd: W Bridgewater’s - Powerbulmas Madonna

Well balanced 5 month old. Good length of leg. Pleasant head. Good mouth. Reasonable length of skull and depth. For me, the muzzle might be a bit short for this age. Reasonable breadth of chest. Well boned. Good feet, dark nails. Well angulated in front. Reasonable spring of rib. Excellent topline. Could be ribbed back a bit further. Reasonable hind angulation at this stage. Tail well set on. Reasonable width of thigh. Excellent fawn colouring True movement out and back. Nice side gait. Keeps topline on the move.

3rd: A Franks’ - Olbailee Georgiaonmymind

4 month fawn bitch with excellent balance. Reasonable width of skull. Excellent stop. Good set of ears. Nicely shaped dark eyes. Muzzle a little plainer than ideal at this stage. Mouth a disappointment. Reasonable width of chest. Excellent bone. Nice cat feet. Adequate front angulation. Could be a little longer in upper arm. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Topline rises slightly more than I like to see over the loin and this put two above her in the class. Well angulated behind. Good width of thigh. Good set on of tail. Fawn colour with excellent head

 

Minor Puppy Bitch

1st: A Sharpe’s - Ozzybullmez Kiranita

Nine month old fawn bitch. A little longer than high. Plain head overall. Good width of skull. Reasonable stop. Plain muzzle that needs to be shorter. Reasonable breadth of muzzle. Excellent mouth. Broad chest. Short in upper arm. Excellent spring of rib. Good strength of loin. Adequate rear angulation. Broad thighs. Topline adequate, but a small dip behind the wither. Excellent fawn colouring. Pleasing rear movement. Converges when coming towards me. Nice reach and drive from the side. A little high over the loin on the move.

 

 Puppy Bitch

1st: M Edwards’ - Nightquest Makybe Diva

10 month old fawn bitch. A little longer than high in balance. Excellent head. Good breadth and depth of skull. Ideal stop. Beautiful eye shape and colour. Excellent breadth of muzzle. Mouth disappointing. Excellent breadth of chest. Well boned. Excellent feet. Dark nails. Reasonable front angulation but upper arm needs to be longer. Excellent spring of rib. Slighter longer in loin than I like to see. Well angulated and well developed hindquarters. Tail well set on. Topline on the stack is reasonable. Excellently marked fawn bitch with coat out of bloom on the day. Reasonably true out and back although crabs slightly. Nice reach and drive.

 

Junior Bitch

1st: K Sand’s - Valgerd Enigma's Glory

16 month fawn bitch with excellent balance. Pleasing headpiece. Good width of skull. Good depth of skull. Possibly I would like to see more depth of muzzle. Good breadth of muzzle. Nice eye shape. Eyes could be darker. Pleasing mouth. Good breadth of chest, but I would like to see more forechest. Reasonable bone. Reasonable feet. Well angulated in front. Ribs well sprung and well ribbed back. Strong hindquarters with good angulation. Pleasing fawn colouring with minimal smutting and pleasing head colourings. Excellent side gait. Holds topline on the move. Nice going away from me. Tends to weave coming towards me.

2nd: JA Valentine’s - Anmenta Tawriffic

11 month old fawn bitch. Reasonable proportions but slightly longer in body. Reasonable headpiece with good width and depth of skull. She needs more definition of stop and a stronger muzzle. Mouth is pleasing. Eye shape good but could be darker in colour. Good breadth of chest but needs more length of upper arm. Well boned. Good feet. Excellent spring of rib. A little longer in loin than I like to see. Strong well-developed hindquarters with reasonable angulation. Good set on of tail. Very well coloured fawn. Tends to be close behind and she tends to converge in the front. Reasonable reach and drive. A little nervy on the day than I like to see.

 

Intermediate Bitch

The most typical bitches in this class tended to be on the shorter side regarding height, but still with correct balance.

1st: S Johnson’s - Sweetbryar Xmas Bryde

22 month old fawn bitch with very good body proportions. Very pleasant head. Good width and depth of skull. Correct stop. Broad square muzzle. Excellent mouth. Could be slightly darker in eye. Reasonable breadth of chest. Reasonably front angulation. Well boned. Nice feet. Excellent spring of rib. Strong short loin. Reasonable hind angulation. Strong thighs. A little bit steep in croup. Excellent fawn colouring. Could have slightly darker ears. A little close going away. Excellent coming towards me. Correct reach and drive from the side. Holds topline nicely on the move.

2nd: N & S Lofthouse’s - Olbailee Morvern Diva

22 month old red bitch with good height to length ratio. Excellent headpiece. Good breadth and depth of skull. Short square muzzle. Could be more blunt. Good mouth with good breadth of underjaw. Pleasing breadth of chest and front angulation. Good bone. Adequate feet. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. A little higher over the loin in topline. Reasonable rear angulation and thigh development. Reasonable colouring although a little lighter on the chest and a little more white than I like to see. Excellent coming towards me and a little bowed behind. Very pleasing reach and drive from the side.

3rd: S Johnson’s - Sweetbryar Xmas Belle

22 month old fawn bitch with reasonable proportions. Pleasant head. Reasonable width and depth of skull. Good stop. Good breadth of muzzle. Excellent mouth. Adequate breadth of chest but pinched in the elbows. Good bone and feet. Reasonable front angulation. Excellent spring of rib. Wide strong loin. Adequate angulation behind. Reasonable breadth of thigh. Good fawn colouring. Slight smuttiness. Excellent head markings. Reasonably true coming and going with good reach and drive from the side. This bitch exhibited a high rump on the stack, which cost her a placing in this class.

 

Australian Bred Bitch

1st: B & S Wehmeier’s -  Aust. CH Grizzmuffley BabyImAStar

2 year old fawn bitch. Excellent body proportions. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Slightly more cheeky than I would like. Correct muzzle. Very good mouth. Could be a little bit more blunt in the front. Broad well developed chest. Good front angulation. Well boned. Nice feet. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Nice rear angulation. Good thigh development. Tail nicely set on. Well coloured fawn with acceptable white and excellent head markings. True moving fore and aft. Nice side gait, but ideally she would work with more reach and drive. The challenge bitch beat her in this area. Holds her topline well on the move.

2nd: A & M Smith’s - Aust. CHAnmenta Zulu Queen

4 year old brindle bitch. Nicely proportioned. Good height to length of leg balance. The overall head is a bit longer than I like. Adequate breadth of skull. Good depth. Reasonable stop. Slightly longer and plainer in muzzle. Excellent bite. Bottom jaw could be broader. Excellent eye shape and colour. Good width of chest. Well angulated front. Good bone and feet. Good depth of body. Good spring of rib. Short strong loin. Good hind angulation. Slightly steep in croup. Very well brindled with correct head markings. True coming and going. A little narrow in front. Excellent reach and drive from the side. Excellent topline on the move. Lost to the first bitch on head qualities, and the first bitch had slightly more substance.

3rd: P & N Spice’s - Bullvalour Celtic Queen

4 year old fawn bitch. Reasonable body proportions. A little longer than high. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Nice eye shape and colour. Slightly longer in muzzle than I like to see. Excellent mouth. Good breadth of chest. Good depth. Could be longer in upper arm. Good spring of rib. Strong loin. Well angulated hindquarters. Good strength of thigh. A little steeper in croup than I like to see. Excellent fawn colouring with correct head markings. Very good going away. Converges a little coming back. Excellent side gait with good reach and drive.

 

Open Bitch

These three bitches are quality bitches with some very good attributes.

1st: Sparham’s - Aust. CH Gameguard Jubilee

5 year old fawn bitch. Reasonable body proportions, slightly longer than high. This bitch does not have a pretty expression in my opinion, but she still possesses many of the necessary head qualities. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Sufficient stop. Nice eye shape and colour. Fair strength of muzzle. Slight taper. Excellent mouth. Good fawn colouring but some smutty colouring on chest. Good head markings. Excellent breadth and depth of chest. Very well angulated in front. Have a look at this bitch to see an upper arm that matches the length of the scapula, thus providing correct front angulation .Reasonable spring of rib. Strong well-angulated hindquarters. Toes in a little going away. Excellent coming towards me. Outstanding reach and drive from the side. Holds topline well on the move.

As I stated, this bitch does not have what I would call a pretty head. However, she is typical, well constructed, and displays the best and most correct reach and drive on the day, along with a great topline on the move. She beat the reserve bitch on her angulation and side gait.

I was pleased to award her the bitch challenge, and Runner up to Best Exhibit in Show. She beat the Reserve Dog Challenge winner on her construction and movement.

2nd: B & K Marion’s - Aust. CH Treebrook Sugar Maple

4 year old fawn bitch. Very good height to length ratio. Good breadth of skull. Good depth of skull. Reasonable stop. Nice strength of muzzle. Muzzle could be a little bit more blunt. Very good mouth. Excellent width of chest and good fore-chest. Well angulated front. Good bone and feet. Good spring of rib. Well ribbed back. Short strong loin. Well angulated hindquarters. Reasonable width of thigh. Slightly more croup angle than I like. Well marked fawn with correct head markings. Slightly smutty on chest. True coming and going. Lifts a little bit in front. Good reach and drive on the move, although fairly flat in her temperament. She was out moved by the winner of the class.

3rd: B & S Wehmeier’s - Aust. CH Grizzmuffley Scandalous

3 year old fawn bitch. Longer than high and too long in body for me in . Very pleasant head. Good width and depth of skull. Good stop. Reasonably strong muzzle could be more blunt in front. Just undershot but could be wider in underjaw. Reasonably wide chest. Good forechest development. Well angulated in front. Reasonably good spring of rib. Longer loin. Good rear angulation and well developed thighs. Reasonably even fawn colouring but lighter on chest and minimal smutting. Very good head markings. Reasonably true coming and going. Adequate reach and drive. A little slack on the move.

Challenge Bitch: Sparham's Aust. CH Gameguard Jubilee

Reserve Challenge: Wehmeier's Aust. CH Grizzmuffley BabyImAStar

 

 

Best Exhibit In Show: Marion & Sickerdick's Aust. CH Treebrook Desert Oak

Runner Up To Best Exhibit In Show: Sparham's Aust. CH Gameguard Jubilee

 

Baby Puppy In Show: Marion's - Treebrook Trident Maple

Minor Puppy In Show: Sharpe's - Ozzybullmez Kiranita

Puppy In Show: Fowler’s - Anmenta Black Knight

Junior In Show: Sands' - Valgerd Enigma's Glory

Intermediate In Show: Smith's - Aust. CH Anmenta Blonde Ambition

Aust. Bred In Show: Wehmeier's - Aust. CH Grizzmuffley BabyImAStar

Open In Show: Marion & Sickerdick's - Aust. CH Treebrook Desert Oak

 

October 2006 Property Classes - Judge - Mrs D Duffin

 

Puppy Sweepstakes

1st - M Edwards’ - Nightquest Makybe Diva

2nd - E Fowler’s - Anmenta Black Knight

 

Best Head Dog  - A & M Smith’s - Ch Anmenta Blonde Ambition

Best Head Bitch & Best Head Overall - Grizzmuffley Scandalous

 

Best Fawn - K Sands’ - Valgerd Enigma’s Glory

 

Best Red - M Edwards’ - Nightquest Monte Carlo

 

Best Brindle - W Bridgewater’s - Powerbulmas Hoova

 

Best Movement - B & K Marion’s - Treebrook Mountain Ash

 

Interstate Owned Exhibit - P & N Spice’s - Bullvalour Avoca Rose

 

Best Owner Bred & Handled - B & K Marion’s Treebrook Mountain Ash

 

Dam & Progeny - Ch Bulltiful Curtain Call

 

Breeders Cup -  Anmenta

 

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