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2011 PSBTC Stafford Extravaganza / COLUMBIA  TERRIER  ASSOCIATION  OF  MARYLAND,  INC.
FRIDAY  APRIL  22ND.  2011.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Potomac Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club for inviting me to judge their show.  It was a wonderful experience and l thoroughly enjoyed my day.  I would also like to thank my ring steward who done a superb job and kept it all running very smoothly.  A very special thanks must go to Rich Newberger who looked after Imelda and me from the moment we arrived and took us to see all the sights.  I was very pleased with my main winners on the day that could hold their own anywhere in the world.  I found quite a few dogs with incorrect bites, inverted canines, high ears and carrying an awful lot of excess weight and very long nails, also a lot of the dogs could do with having their tails trimmed properly.  These small little details help in the overall presentation of the dogs. A Stafford should be a fit dog.

Jim Byrnes (Lackyle)


Minor Puppy:

1st.    Michelle Aguillard & Kenny Gonzales & Lynn & Jim Caswell.   Wavemaker Spincaster.
A very classy brindle dog just right for his age.  Clean head shape with nice rose ears, good dark eye, nice stop, correct bite, clean front, good feet, nice reach of neck, ample rib for age, nice tuck up at loins, good turn of stifle, correct tail set, moved well both going and coming and held top line on move.  Won the class with ease.


2nd.    Charlene Addison.  Distaff Straight No Chaser.
A black brindle with white blaze.  Strong head, ears ok, inverted canines, front ok, and good amount of rib, strong backend, and nice turn of stifle, correct tail set, moved ok.

Puppy Dog:

1st.    Dianna Caulk    DJ’s A Taste of Caviar.
A brindle dog, very strong overall.  Strong head, ears ok, dark eye, correct bite, front ok, good spring of rib, nice lay of back, nice turn of stifle.  Did not move very well in class.  Would like to see him fitter.

Junior Dog:

1st.    Janet Massie.    Aktion’s Hardin up your Game.
A red dog with good head, good ears and nice dark mask, correct bite, very tight in the front, could do with darker pigmentation in nails, nice spring of rib, a bit long in the back, moved ok but lost top line on the move.

Bred by Exhibitor.

1st.    Kim Owens & Terry Anthon.    Kimmar’s the Pied Piper.
A white dog with brindle markings.  Correct head with good ear carriage, lovely dark eyes, nice length of muzzle, correct bite, clean front, nice amount of bone in leg supported by good tight feet, nice reach of neck that flows into good shoulders, perfect amount of rib, well-muscled back end, moved well but carrying too much weight.

2nd.    Tracy Dineley & Shaz Ahmad.    Clandar’s Domi.
A very strong black brindle dog that was carrying far too much weight today.  Head ok, good ears and dark eyes, strong front with nice depth of brisket, good rib, and strong back end, correct tail set, moved ok.

Open Dog.  

1st.    Elizabeth Kester.    Heaven’s Warrior De Ei Doradostaff.
A very classy black brindle dog with a lovely head shape set off with nice rose ears, dark eyes, nice length of muzzle, correct bite and good depth of under jaw, lovely clean front with good depth of brisket, perfect amount of bone to legs with good tight feet, good reach of neck that flows into good shoulders, good rib cage with nice tuck up at loins, well-muscled hind quarters, good turn of stifle, correct tail set, moved very well and held top line on the move and showed at all times while in the class.  Winners Dog


2nd.    Yas Parr & Elizabeth Parr.    Surestaff Uranius.
A black brindle dog with white on chest who pushed my winner very close today.  On another day they could change places.  Correct head set off with nice rose ears, nice dark eyes, correct bite, and good clean front , well off for bone, nice tight feet, nice reach of neck and good rib cage.  Nice tuck up at loins, well-muscled back end, moved ok, a shade longer in the back than my first.  Reserve Winners Dog.

Puppy Bitch.

1st.    Jason Nicolai.    Homebrew Black Pearl of Ciera.

A classy black brindle bitch who l think with time will go all the way to the top.  She has a very feminine head which is set off by lovely rose ears, nice dark eyes, good length of muzzle, correct bite, lovely clean front with good depth of brisket, perfect amount of bone, tight feet, good reach of neck, well sprung ribs, nice tuck up to loins, good back end with nice turn of stifle, correct tail set, moved well and never stopped showing while in the class.  Best Puppy in Show.

2nd.    William Clay.    Glenmar’s Double Your Pleasure.

Another classy pup.  My 1st. and 2nd. I think could change places on another day.  A red bitch with nice head, ears ok, dark eyes , good length of muzzle, correct bite, clean front, good tight feet with good pigmentation to nails, nice reach of neck, good rib, nice tuck up at loins, well-muscled back end, moved ok.

Junior Bitch.


1st.    Yas Parr & Liz Parr.    Zoellies Brave Angel.
A top sized black brindle bitch with a very nice feminine head, nice rose ears, lovely dark eyes, correct bite, good clean front, lovely amount of bone, tight feet, good reach of neck that flows into good shoulders, ample rib, nice tuck upto back end, moved ok and won the class with ease.

2nd.    Jeff Markey & Dale Porcher & Amy O’Brien.  Thrashers Fifth Element at Cloverdale.
A very strong red bitch with white markings.  A strong head with correct ears, dark eyes, nice depth of brisket, good bone to legs, powerful spring of rib, good back end and moved ok.

Bred by Exhibitors.


1st.    Dayna S Lemke.    Daydream Sin with a Grin.
This Black Brindle Bitch was the star of the day for me.  She just oozes Breed Type from the tip of her nose to her tail.  She has a very smart feminine head which is set off by lovely rose ears and well placed dark eyes, well defined stop with good length of muzzle.  She has the cleanest of fronts with a nice depth of brisket and lovely round bone to legs supported by good tight feet.  She has a lovely reach of neck that flows into well placed shoulders and perfect amount of rib with a lovely tuck up to loins.  She has well-muscled back end and is well let down at the hock with a good turn of stifle, correct tail set and she moved so easily up and down the ring and was in complete harmony with her handler.  Winners Bitch and Best of Breed.

2nd.    Sandra Carter & Michelle Bryant.    Shorty Rocks Fiona Fairestofthemall.
A brindle bitch with white markings which pushed my winner the whole way today.  She has a good head shape with nice rose ears and good dark eyes, correct bite, good depth of under jaw, nice clean front, good depth of brisket, lovely amount of bone to legs, good feet, lovely spring of rib, nice tuck up at loins, well-muscled back end, moved very well.  Reserve Winners Bitch.

Open Bitch.

1st.    Marika Krejci & Dale Porche.   Thrashers Vivacious Vixen of MK.
A red bitch with white markings, strong head, ears ok, dark eyes, correct bite, nice depth of under jaw, good depth of brisket, nice bone to legs, good reach of neck, lovely amount of rib, nice tuck up to loins, good back end, moved ok.

2nd.    Jennifer K Irwin.    Maj Dragonquest Wicked Good.
A strong black brindle bitch with good head, nice ear carriage, dark eyes, clean front, good spring of rib, strong back end, moved ok.

Veteran Dog.

1st.    Rosemary J. Dare & Rebecca Clas.   Ch. North Stars Red Corvette.
A red dog, head ok, dark eyes, correct bite, clean front, good tight feet, nice reach of neck, good spring of rib, strong back end, moved ok.
2nd.    Stephanie Crawford.    Ch. Cresstock Unexpected CD RE OA OAJ
A strong red dog, head ok, ears a bit high, dark eyes, clean front, good spring of rib, strong back end, moved ok.

Veteran Bitch.

1st.    Sandra Carter.    Ch. Electra Mat-Staff Komisarz.
A strong brindle bitch, head ok, dark eyes, correct bite, clean front, good spring of rib, strong back end, moved ok.

2nd.    Gregory M Wilson.    Tomorrow’s East of Eden.
A white lady who really enjoyed her day out.  Head ok, strong front, lots of rib, strong back end, moved ok.

Best of Breed /Best of Winners: Daydream Sin with a Grin.
Best Opposite Sex: Heaven’s Warrior De Ei Doradostaff
Select Dog: Ch. Thrashers Armed N Ready
Select Bitch: Cloverdales Close to Crazy

Last Updated ( Friday, 06 May 2011 )
 
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