Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Wonderful Critiques From NWGSD

Absolutely over the moon with the critiques for the "Blanik" clan from NWGSD. Huge thank you to judge Mike Wildman.
I was very taken with my best dog and bitch 2 that I would like to think could easily gain there titles the bitch for obvious reasons had the edge in maturity and was just totally in tune putting on a flawless performance with the best profile . The best dog being the puppy was so forward and sound for his age loved his outline Long sloping shoulder high wither and capitious side gait he will be one to watch.
Puppy Dog. 3/3 1.Stanleys & Bibbys Silkenwood Poldalk of Blanik Sable, who commanded attention for his overall outline and proportions. Alert lovely head and keen expression, well conditioned and composed for a 10 month baby. Powerful stance without being overdone in anyway. Correct confirmation exhibited in his sound effortless gait he had excellent forehand superb legs strong pasterns with excellent feet was all together for his age So much so he was easily BEST DOG and Best Puppy in Show.
Stanley's Lokean of Blanik Sh.CM Mature 31/2 year old Black and Gold would prefer more of him, correct over and underline with correct length to croup sound when viewing from any angle, effortlessly covered the ground. Nice head proportions, would prefer a darker eye.

2/2 1.Stanleys Blanik Jeevana 17 months bl/gold fluid floating trot had reach and drive with minimal effort . Very sound uncomplicated confirmation, balance and harmony all through. No hard curves or edges, 17 months old alert but steady in character in firm condition, she put on an excellent performance. And was just what I was looking for being Very much the type I consider correct ideal size and strength she looked the part never faltering posed or gaiting Best Bitch, Best In Show 2. George's Marinita Briana of Kymara Close up and unlucky to be outclassed by 1 liked her overall quality and conformation so called in to challenge for RBB unfortunately was a little unsettled and lost to Tuna whose steady gait appealed in the final go around
Stanley's Blanik Ivana Sh.CM bl/Gold of Pleasing size,shape and confirmation had amply substance for a female very sound and moved with plenty of drive. She was in hard condition well-muscled and fit showed a keen expression and was alert at all times.
Stanley's Blanik Georgette litter sister to previous class winner showed with move drive and energy, moderate size balanced angles pleasing topline and croup. Best Veteran in Show.

3 comments:

carrie said...

Absolutely wonderful Rhian, many congratulations, and hope you think of these comments at all times !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ian turner said...

they were fantastic rhian

Lin said...

You must be over the moon with these fantastic critiques x