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Jazmin has 9 CCs, 3 RCCs and 3 BOBs to date    

 -This is what the judges who awarded her numerous challenge certificates thought of her:-

1st CC  2001   Mrs Janet Barrow  (Halebourne)        Berkshire Downs & Chilterns GRC
 "Outstanding bitch, right out of the top drawer, filled my eye with her clean & balanced outline, good size, loveliest of heads, reachy neck well set on, strong level topline, correct conformation, in firm well muscled condition, well turned out in pale cream coat, showed to advantage on a loose lead, movement effortless."  

Jazmin photographed at 22 months

2nd CC  2002   Mr Moray Armstrong (Bitcon)        Paignton
 "Lovely pale bitch, very good head, eye & expression, excellent neck & shoulders, very good body length, strong quarters, nice outline, really sound stylish mover, good coat & condition."

3rd CC  2002   Mrs Yvette Mannings (Gatchells)        City of Birmingham
"Today this well grown cream exuded quality and style of the highest order.  Shown in gleaming coat and excellent condition, she looked every inch a thoroughbred.  Coat and maturity have improved her balance and show now looks well proportioned and shapely.  Free of exaggeration and very well made all through.  I would prefer more drive but she moved true fore and aft and carried herself well.  Her superb quality and ring presence made her a worthy CC winner.  Gained her title today."  

4th CC  2002   Mrs Barbara Gell (Leithfield)        Berkshire Downs & Chilterns GRC
"Beautiful, scopey, bitch full of quality with a super flowing outline.  Lovely, balanced head and expression.  Straight front with plenty of bone and tight feet.  Excellent reach of neck and angulation of shoulder and upper arm.  Short coupled with good spring of rib and level topline.  Well-bent stifles and strong hocks from which she moved with drive.  No hesitation in awarding her the CC."


5th CC  2004 Mrs Ann Falconer (Siatham)        Scottish Kennel Club          ALSO ~ Best of Breed 
'Stood away from the rest of of this good quality entry.  Lovely head and expression, long neck, good shoulder placement, level topline, strong quarters, good turn of stifle, good bone and feet. In super coat and condition, moved well covering the ground. Worthy Champion and a credit to her owner and her breeder.' CC and BOB.

6th CC 2005 Sandra Birkin-Green (Sansue)    Blackpool
Felt she stood out, worthy champion in excellent coat and condition, appealing head with alert expression, good reach of neck, well placed shoulders, straight front, deep well sprung ribs, excellent quarters, moved effortlessly, at one with handler'

7th CC 2006 Alan Fall     WELKS        ALSO ~ Best of Breed                             
Show report to follow ...... 

From left to right William, Jeree, Jazmin and Elle


Jazmin BOB under co-Judge, Mervyn Philpott (Westley) 
and shortlisted in the Gundog Group under Ernie Darby

........   and her Son .......
Ramchaine Eidolon (William) ~ 1st Postgraduate Dog

......  and Daughters ......
 Ramchaine Essential (Jeree) ~ 1st Graduate Bitch
Ramchaine Green Glow by Fenwood (Elle) ~ 1st Minor Puppy Bitch

8th CC 2006 Hans Lehtinen (Finland)     Bournemouth     ALSO ~ Best of Breed   .... and shortlisted in the Gundog Group
Show report to follow ......   

WOW ~ What a fabulous day! Jazmin the Bitch CC and kennel mate Jiorjia (ShCh Ramchaine Rubellite JW) the RCC! (handled by Teresa Ewart) ~ (photo courtesy of Sue Gray)
 Thank you Mr. Lehtinen!

9th CC 2007 Paula Edwards (Lovehayne)     Southern Counties 
"Quality worthy champion who looked stunning today, in excellent condition and gleaming coat.  Moved with purpose and drive, maintaining level topline and excellent outline at all times, so well made, displays balance and soundness.  I had no hesitation in awarding her the CC today.  This exhibitor is a lesson to us all in her presentation, handling and the condition of all her dogs today." ( Thank you Paula for the lovely comment on me as well as Jaz! )




1st RCC    2001   Mr Ron Hare (Rojillair)        Gundog Breeds Association of Scotland
"Loved the overall presence of this bitch.  Beautiful head and eye.  Best of necks and angulation.  Good ribcage, sound strong quarters, cat-like feet, moved with drive and ease".   

2nd RCC      2003   Mrs Meriel Hathaway (Melfricka)       Blackpool
"Outstanding for overall construction and soundness.  Very kind expression, excellent front and feet.  Well angulated hocks, sound hind pasterns.  In gleaming, beautifully presented coat.  Moved absolutely true, front and rear, with excellent reach and drive in profile. I just wish she was one size less all over for my personal taste.  Still felt she deserved the RCC even in such close competition.  Outstanding for overall construction and soundness".

3rd RCC    2006   Mrs Maureen McKenna (Marressa)     Windsor
Show report to follow ......


Jazmin was a star right from the start. Full of character and charisma, she embarked on her show career with enthusiasm and style, clocking up well over 40 First Places …………  

To all the judges who saw her early promise ……...
Thank you - you were right!!  

Jazmin at 6 months old

A few critiques from her numerous puppy wins:-

“Absolutely outstanding, has all the quality and attributes which I look for in one of her age. I predict that unless something untoward happens she must reach the top! Most lovely balanced head, lovely expression, good bone, correct front, good angulation of fore and hind quarters which enables her to move with a long, free stride. Has the correct amount of substance for her age and shows to perfection. BP and BPIS.”
Joan Tudor (Camrose)  

“Mature quality puppy, well presented in good coat, lovely head, expression, dark eye and pigment, excellent outline, good bone, forehand and quarters, moved freely with style, should have a promising future.”
Brenda Lowe (Davern)    

“Thought her outstanding enough to award her Best Bitch and Reserve Best of Breed as well as Best Puppy.  Full of quality and ring presence, lovely balanced head, dark kind eye, black pigment, good stop, nice shaped muzzle, excellent reach of neck, well laid back shoulder, level topline, good ribs, excellent stifles and rear end, happy waggy tail, moved quite happy and confident.  Watch out, she will trouble the best!”
Hilda James (Jamescroft)   



"...Very happy quality bitch, balanced head, dark pigment, nice straight forelegs. Still needs to drop under the loin but this will come with time. Construction good, handled sympathetically, should have a good future."
Eileen Caisley (Standfast) GRC of Scotland 2001

"What can I add that has not already been said about this outstanding bitch?  I have long admired her construction and showmanship from the ringside and was pleased to have the opportunity to go over her, loved her sweet head and excellent front assembly in particular, this was matched by her level topline and strong deep quarters, so at one with her handler and it was a delight to see her standing with happy wagging tail and showing her socks off"
Wendy Andrews (Catcombe) Bournmouth 2008


Jazmin has fulfilled all my dreams, always full of love for her family & friends and a wonderful, devoted & adoring dam. Jazmin has produced four wonderful litters in between her fantastic achievements in the ring. Jazmin is an extrovert show girl who has enjoyed every second of her successful show career... liking to be the focal point and centre of attention. She oozes beauty, charisma & charm & that special extra undefinable quality that makes her breathtaking even when rolled in mud!. I am sooo very proud she is mine and forever grateful to Penny & Paul for letting me have her and the input from Rosie & Oscar in creating this ultra special, once in a life time, precious girlie.

From the fabulous show awards achieved by her offspring Jazmin has been awarded:


Congratulations to her sons and daughters who have enabled this spectacular accomplishment from their multiple wins in the show ring.