Brimbeck Cocker Spanniels

Brimbeck Cockers - Dyllan


Black Runer at Brimbeck-

Dyllan

Seond in veteran dog at North midlands cocker champ show

2 Pilkington’s Black Runner Of Brimbeck, 7 years old black with a good head, well placed shoulders & moved well;

Third in veteran dog at Home Counties Cocker champ show

RBVIS at Barking


Best Gundog Veteran at Sherringham Open show

"AV Veteran Gundog- The best class of the day to judge 1) Black Runer of Brimbeck. cocker, black, of good size, lovely shape, correct skull shape, masculine expression, dark eye, good ear length, well off for bone, tight feet, deep brisket, good forechest, excellent spring of rib, short coupled, moderate bend of stifle, well muscled, moved with true merry action."

At Evesham Dyllan was shortlisted in a big veteran stakes

Dyllan had a good start to his veteran classes, 2nd at Windsor Champ show 2013

"7 year old black. Appealing eye and expression, short and square outline. Big ribbed body"

Dyllan was the first Brimbeck Cocker when he arrived in 2006. He won his first BOB at Thames Estuary in November 2008. 

"Lovely conformation, good feet,lovely dark eye, beautifully presented, moved very well"

Thames Estuary

 

Dyllan at Dartford

 

Critiques

Smart black boy, who showed himself well; compact and balanced, with good action and drive on the move Michaela Edridge

 

good example of the breed, fairly compact, presents typical outline.. Lovely soft expression with correct ear placement, vg neck on clean shoulders, good tail, and moved well Mary Deats

 

Good head & body well angulated quarter moved OK. Silvia Read

 

Black dog of great substance moved with drive Louise Clark

 

Dartford

Masculine head with good reach of neck. Good body outline with well angled and strong hindquarters. Sound movement. RBOB

 

Thames Estuary

BOB. Black. Lovely conformation. Good feet. Lovely dark eyes. Beautifully presented. Moved very well.

 

Home Counties Cocker

Black with clean neck and shoulders. Mature body with depth, good width of quarters and goes.

Ken Bartlett

 

 

He has grown up and is a very handsome chap and passed his Bronze Certificate in September 2007.

He also likes to run in the fields with his ears flapping in the breeze

Dyllan Enjoying a run