Thank you to the Club for the invitation to judge Irish Setters at their show. And to the stewards who kept the ring running smoothly.

Yearling – (3, 1 abs)
1. Murchison’s Kerryfair Please Please Me Corphin – He is refined in head and his brows raised, good finish to stop and muzzle. Balanced in outline, with good angulation front and rear and he is well off for bone. He has a deep chest and good spring of ribs. He has nice tight feet. He was immaculately turned out. Good topline which he held on the move. He was a bit unsettled on the move but once he got into his stride he has good pace. BOB
2. Hughes Gwendariff Ur Going Places – He is also refined in head and has that quizzical irish expression with good finish to stop and muzzle. Straight front and good angulation. He has a deep chest and good spring to his ribs. He was immaculately presented. He moved steadily.

Post Graduate (3,2 abs)
1.Whitehead’s Gwendariff Gonna Winsome - Her head is long and lean with defined stop. She has a gentle expression. Good angles front and rear. She has a deep chest and good spring of rib. She has nice tight feet. She moved steadily.

 

Open (1,1abs)
1.Murchison’s Pawsword Paperback Writer For Corphin - He is balanced in outline, his angulation both front and back is correct. He is well muscled and has wide and powerful hindquarters. He has a deep chest and good spring of ribs. His head is refined and his brows raised, he has good finish to stop and to his muzzle. He has correct topline. He moved steadily.

Christine Borthwick

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