CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW 2005

JUNE 11th JUNE 2005

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Judge:  Mr John Doyle  (Vic)

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Baby Puppy Dog 1.  Boxaluv Fighting Spirit  G Burns

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Junior Dog 1.  Innsbruck Marco Polo M & V Rogers
2.  Phoenway Dark N Stormy S & S Tassan
3.  Faydee Landylad G Schubel

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Intermediate Dog 1.  Ch Meahic Wild Sensation V Shaw
2.  Ch Saxonee Start Me Up P McArthur
3.  Ch Davesand Blue Hawaii K & M Rackley

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Australian Bred Dog 1.  Boxvale Eye Of The Storm I Campbell & D Bastin

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Open Dog 1.  Ch Belmanta New Millennium R & E Scott
2.  Ch Saxonee Fuel The Fire P McArthur
3.  Ch & NZ Ch Valeska Hez Super Too (Imp NZ) V Shaw

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CHALLENGE DOG Ch Belmanta New Millennium R & E Scott
RES CHALLENGE Ch Saxonee Fuel The Fire P McArthur
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Baby Puppy Bitch 1.  Natmons Trick Or Treat R Agnew
2.  Boxaluv Fast & Furious M Libor

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Minor Puppy Bitch 1.  Toorork Golden Hope A & K Morrow

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Puppy Bitch 1.  Bandido Not Me Not I J Manson
2.  Carbrook Wild N Wicked R Garland & S Allison
3.  Phoenway Beez Neez S & S Tassan

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Junior Bitch 1.  Kirkgate From A Distance Smitheringale / Mahoney
2.  Phoenway Crazy Bout U S & S Tassan
3.  Ozstock Envy Me Bradshaw /  Manson

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Intermediate Bitch 1.  Ch Meahic Hookd Ona Feelin P McArthur
2.  Davesand Pink Cadillac K & M Rackley
3.  Quo Vadis Lucy In The Sky (Imp NZ) M Boyd & R Agnew

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Australian Bred Bitch 1.  Ch Saxonee Times On My Side C Murdoch
2.  Ch Meahic Wild Temptation M & V Rogers
3.  Ch Boxvale Storm Ina Teacup I Campbell & D Bastin

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Open Bitch 1.  Ch Valeska Cant Help Falln'n Luv  (imp NZ) V Shaw
2.  Ch Carbrook Rhythmothnight I Campbell & D Bastin
3.  Branmere Cover Girl G Lohrey

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CHALLENGE BITCH Ch Saxonee Times On My Side C Murdoch
RES CHALLENGE Ch Valeska Cant Help Falln'n Luv  (imp NZ) V Shaw
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BEST IN SHOW

Ch Belmanta New Millennium

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RESERVE/OPP SEX IN SHOW

 

Ch Saxonee Times On My Side

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Baby Puppy In Show Natmons Trick Or Treat 2005 champ bpis.jpg (159792 bytes)
Opp Sex Baby Puppy Boxaluv Fighting Spirit  champ opp bpis.jpg (157607 bytes)
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Minor Puppy In Show Toorork Golden Hope 2005 champ mpis.jpg (174909 bytes)
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Puppy Class In Show Bandido Not Me Not I 2005 champ pis.jpg (192786 bytes)
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Junior In Show Kirkgate From A Distance 2005 champ jis.jpg (170739 bytes)
Opp Sex Junior Innsbruck Marco Polo 2005 champ opp jis.jpg (156469 bytes)
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Intermediate In Show Ch Meahic Hookd Ona Feelin 2005 champ iis.jpg (185958 bytes)
Opp Sex Intermediate Ch Meahic Wild Sensation 2005 champ opp iis.jpg (142306 bytes)
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Aust Bred In Show Ch Saxonee Times On My Side 2005 champ res in show.jpg (190002 bytes)
Opp Sex Aust Bred Boxvale Eye Of The Storm 2005 champ opp abis.jpg (181276 bytes)
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Open In Show Ch Belmanta New Millennium 2005 champ bis.jpg (184366 bytes)
Opp Sex Open Ch Valeska Cant Help Falln'n Luv  (imp NZ) 2005 champ opp ois.jpg (163170 bytes)
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CRITIQUE

 

To:   Queensland Boxer Club.
 
Firstly, I would like to thank the Queensland Boxer Club for the invitation to Judge your Boxer Championship Show and the hospitality that was extended to my wife, Barbara and me.   Secondly, I would like to thank the exhibitors for their entry and good sportsmanship displayed on the day.   
 
Generally speaking, the heads were quite typical and have improved since I was last in Brisbane.  Mouths were a bit 'mixed' in quality - I saw some good ones and some that were not so.    Eyes also were also 'mixed' as some were more almond shaped than open in shape.  I did see one that was too open and large.  This of course affected the expression.  Movement was disappointing in some exhibits.  Hindquarter movement was in many cases weak.  I did see many 'crabbing' with an inefficient movement.  It is always good to see a Boxer moving with ease and covering ground without too much effort. 
 
Baby Puppy Dog
This young red/white male is waiting for 'turn up' of muzzle which should come with maturity,  I would prefer a higher tail set.  Hindquarters also may improve with maturity and exercise. 
 
Junior Dog
1st
This dog was of good type.   A strong masculine dog but would have preferred a shorter back and more length of upper arm.
 2nd
This exhibit was of good type, however not as well developed in bone as No 1
 3rd
Movement needs improvement - exercise may help.
 
Intermediate Dog
1st
This exhibit was typically a 'square' dog but needed a little more drive from the rear.  More depth of chin would improve his head.
 2nd
This dog also needed more drive from the hindquarters and was not as short in back as No 1
 3rd
This dog needed a little more turn of stifle.  More turn up of muzzle would improve his head.
 
Australian Bred
1st
Good type excellent head and correct front assembly, more rear drive would have improved this dog overall.
 
Open Dog - Challenge Dog and Best in Show
1st
I liked this dog.  He was of excellent breed type, strong head with excellent rise of skull. He has a short back, correct front and correct high set tail. Displayed typical Boxer temperament.
 2nd    Reserve Challenge Dog
This was another excellent dog and good competition to the first dog.  He was typical in most respects but could have had more drive.
 3rd
This was a good class of Boxers. Another good example of this breed.  I would have preferred more turn of stifle in this dog.
 4th
Also good breed type but would have improved with more muscle development in the upper thigh.
 
 
Baby Puppy Bitch
1st
Puppies are sometimes unpredictable;  however, this young lady needs to improve in the topline.  Of course this may come with maturity.
 2nd
On the day this puppy appeared a little longer in back than the first place winner.   Topline also could have been straighter.
 
Minor Puppy Bitch
1st
This was a good type of young Bitch and shows promise.   Feminine, good topline, turn up of muzzle yet to come.  Overall, a promising young, 'eye catching' Bitch.
 
 
Puppy Bitch
1st
A feminine, sound Bitch. Good correct muzzle and chin, however, could 'break' a little with maturity and this would improve her head.
 2nd
This exhibit was a little longer in back than No 1.  If muzzle breaks (turns up) and hind-quarters strengthen, this will improve her overall.
 3rd
Would have preferred more depth of muzzle, shorter back and more strength in the hind- quarters.
 
Junior Bitch
1st
Correct type, correct head, muzzle and expression.  Moved well.  Brisket should improve in depth with maturity.
 2nd
A good typical square body.   Would prefer her mouth and chin to be wider.
 3rd
Good expression, would have liked to see this Bitch move with more purpose.
 
Intermediate Bitch
1st
Good correct type.  A sound mover.  Head could be improved by a wider muzzle and chin.
2nd
This Bitch moved soundly, however would have preferred a darker eye colour and wider muzzle.
 3rd
Would have preferred more rise of skull.
 
 
Australian Bred Bitch -  Bitch Challenge and Runner Up to Best in Show
1st
A soundly constructed Bitch.  Moved with purpose and covered the ground with ease.  She not only had reach but drive to match.  Possibly the best and most correct mover on the day.  A wider chin would have been an improvement.
 2nd
Good type with good head that would have been improved with a wider muzzle.
 3rd
I would have preferred  a shorter back and better expression for this Bitch.
 
Open Bitch - Reserve Bitch Challenge
1st
This Bitch moved well. She had a strong head with correct proportions, more turn up of muzzle would improve.  For a Bitch, she had strong, well developed musculation.
  2nd
Good feminine Bitch, could move with more purpose.
 3rd
This Bitch was a little longer in back than the 1st and 2nd placegetters.  Would have preferred better movement.
 
 
I do hope my comments on your Boxers are of help to you.   Overall, I believe that as you have improved your heads so much, you should now be looking at the strength & musculation of the hindquarters as movement needs improving.
 
 
John J Doyle
JARIKA BOXERS.

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