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Neilsharbour Gills Lap

Sunday 9th September 2012 Richmond - Mrs Ingrid Burt

3rd Post Graduate Dog

Sunday 11th September 2011 Richmond - Mr Gordon Williams (Bournehouse)

1st Post Graduate Dog

Typical head, good front, good layback of shoulder, strong topline, well formed hindquarters, sound mover.

3rd Rare Breeds Post Graduate Dog (Judge: Mrs Meg Purnell-Carpenter (Overhill))

Friday 3rd June 2011 Southern Counties Canine Association - Paula Heikkinen-Lehkonen (Finland)

2nd Post Graduate Dog

Rather big & leggy, still very immature in body, the eyes could be darker.

Sunday 12th September 2010 Richmond - Mr Jeff Horswell (Drakesleat)

3rd Post Graduate Dog

Reserve Best Rare Breeds Dog (Judge: Miss Jenny Startup (Chahala))

1st Rare Breeds Post Graduate Dog (Judge: Miss Jenny Startup (Chahala))

Friday 4th June 2010 Southern Counties Canine Association - Mr Kari Järvinen (Finland)

2nd Post Graduate Dog

Up to size, would prefer a better head, more bone, a steadier topline, and a better tail.

Sunday 14th March 2010 Crufts - Dr Ruth Barbour (Dunlan)

Res Good Citizen Dog Scheme Dog

Saturday 21st November 2009 NSDTR Club of UK Open Show - Mrs Aidine Howes (Medogold)

3rd Graduate Dog

Longer cast than 1 & 2 and sadly not in his best coat, from clean neck there is an excellent lay of shoulder, but needs to develop in rib, quarters strong, moved well.

VHC Special Working Dog Or Bitch

Sunday 13th September 2009 Richmond - Mr Greg Browne (Australia)

2nd Post Graduate Dog

3rd Rare Breeds Post Graduate Dog (Judge: Mr Graham Hill (Dimland))

Tuesday 4th August 2009 Paignton - Mr Frank Whyte (Kazval)

2nd Post Graduate Dog

Another good quality exhibit of good breed type, good head and expression, good bone and feet, good outline and presented in good condition, close to winner.

Thursday 2nd July 2009 Windsor - Mrs Jenny Miller (Feorlig)

1st Post Graduate Dog

Headed his brother both very nice types but I preferred the overall balance and picture of my winner. Clean in skull with a good wedge shape to his head kind eyes and expression alert from well set and used ears. Lovely body with deep chest and well sprung ribs, covered in a rich red soft jacket. Moved out on good legs and feet, being much sounder than 2.

Friday 5th June 2009 Southern Counties Canine Association - Mrs Gloria Mitcham Geringer (USA)

1st Post Graduate Dog

Lovely springy gait, well bent stifles, very good coming and going, good topline, very alert, excellent condition.

Saturday 7th March 2009 Crufts - Mrs Michaela Edridge (Tilita)

3rd Good Citizen Dog Scheme Dog

Handsome, masculine boy, showing well and working happily with his handler. Good overall body proportions, charming head; moved out on round, tight feet with enthusiasm.

Wednesday 15th October 2008 Gundog Society of Wales - Mr Moray Armstrong (Bitcon)

3rd Post Graduate Dog

Friday 27th June 2008 Windsor - Mrs Carol Coode (Warringah)

2nd Junior Dog

Super head. Good angles front and rear. Good bone and feet. Well sprung rib. Short loin. Slightly finer all through.

Friday 30th May 2008 Southern Counties Canine Association - Marja Talvitie (Finland)

Res Junior Dog

Saturday 24th May 2008 Bath - Mr Colin Mackay (Woodglade)

VHC Junior Dog

Friday 7th March 2008 Crufts - Mrs Pam Blay (Stablaheim)

2nd Special Puppy Dog

Taller boy who now needs to grow into his frame & settle in front movement, again with that classic head I was looking for, with a good eye & well used ears, when his chest deepens he will be balanced & one to watch, showed well to win his place.

Friday 26th October 2007 Midland Counties - Dr Ruth Barbour (Dunlan)

3rd Puppy Dog

Wednesday 17th October 2007 Gundog Society of Wales - Mr Chris Bexon (Oldfield)

2nd Junior Dog

Taller type, good all round conformation, liked his head a lot, fits the standard well, pleasing neck and shoulders, bone and feet, thought he was a shade longer in back than the winner, therefore he lost a little in balance. Moderate hindquarters, strong rear pasterns. Shown in good coat and condition. On the move covered the ground quite well.