Cavalier King Charles Spaniels


Highlights so far....

Marian judged the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canberra's 50th Anniversary Championship Show in Australia. She found her Best in Show in a Ruby Ch Matmor A Scandalous Affair owned and bred by Mat Morse and Will Henderson. Shown below wearing his winners jacket.

Reserve Best in Show and Bitch CC was David McCullough's Gr Ch. Caribelle Fairy Tale

To watch videos of the two Challenges and Best of Breed click these links:

Dog CC
Bitch CC
Best of Breed

Photo ©- Norma Inglis

Alfie won Best Veteran In Show and Reserve Best Dog at the Humberside Open Show
in September under judge Mrs Bridget Evans at age 11.

An old favourite of mine a richly coloured ruby with a little greying round the muzzle. He is of ideal size his coat is rich in colour and luxurious in texture. He has a beautiful head soft yet all male, an eye of lovely size and colour. He’s so well made with correct angles front and aft a correct tail set and sound precise movement. I had no hesitation in awarding him Reserve Best Dog and Best Veteran In Show.

Marian judged the Danish Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club's Double Specialty March Show at Harlev. This was two consecutive shows, the other judged by Sue Terry. Between them they chose a Best in Joint Show.

Pictured is Reserve BIS the Ruby dog Checker vom Erlenbacher-Hemmerich (Campanards Delicato x Grace Kelly Vom Erlenbacher-Hemmerich) who won BOB under Sue Terry and Marian Mynott with Cepos Bumble Bee (Humle), (DKCH Dazzler de la Géode x Campanards Isabella ) who won CAC went BOB under Marian and then BIS under both judges, Humle was expertly handled by Rie Kristensen.

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