1st Gregory's BARRASSY SHOOTING STAR
14 months old light brindle. Powerful and masculine, well balanced and muscular commanding male, excellent depth and width, masculine head, good ear set and neat ears, good dentition, eye colour blends with coat, great layback of upper arm, powerful neck , very good feet, coat rough and hard, not a big male but has a lot of quality, balance and commanding appearance. Just a little bit heavy today but did the job perfectly! Covering plenty of ground, a great mover and a very pleasing outline, all reasons to become best junior male.
2nd Das Purkayastha's
BALLYPHELAN ASANSOL AMONG NECKREBAGH
14 months old gray brindle male. Lovely curves and type, good topline, good rear angulation. Very nice long head and small ears good eye and bite. I would desire a more powerful neck. A tall dog who needs more training and work on carrying high that beautiful masculine head to show his great potential. He has a better rear movement with lots of energy but needs to improve coming and going and to cover more ground. He definitely needs to mature and develope more strength and power. A very, very promising youngster.
3rd Sumner's DUKESARUM GIACOMO
18 months brindle male. A very masculine head and excellent neck, very good deep chest, well ribbed, good tail set, flat ears hanging close to head, good eyes and bite. Very good legs and also has the best feet in the class. Moves with a nice balance but hocks in at standing, perhaps due to his lack of angulation in the stifle, on the other side his forelegs are well straight and his elbows well set under.
Res Bridges' BARRASSY BY DEFINITION
14 months old gray brindle male. Interesting type, very nice masculine head and kind expression, good bite, eye and ears. Plenty of depth of chest, good bone also, excellent hindquaters which he used well on the move enjoying such a good drive. Nice tail set. Today his front movement was just acceptable as his two bursas made him lift his front legs and could get not much extension and obviously affects his coming and going movement. I look foward to seeing him again without these two big bursas which I admit is a pain in the neck!!!
VHC Loder's LORD AINMIRE OF MADALINCA
20 months old male. Good size but needs much more substance and muscle, too straight behind, good bite, light eye colour. The topline is fine, very long tail. He really does not cordinate well on movement and raises his tail. Too wiry today I am sure with a little bit of grooming his head would look better as well as the underline. It is important too see well furnished heads, specially wiry and long over the eyes and under jaw.