(Flyngalee Sir Dante x Lamancha Beannachdan of Linirgor)

Pet Name: "BAILEY"

29th December 1998 - 3rd March 2012

Hip Score - 7/7

Eyes Clear - January 2009

ACHIEVEMENTS

1st Prize Winner at Ch Shows

KCSB No - gaining him lifetime qualification for Crufts

Best Veteran in Show

Our handsome boy who was so full of character and his own self importance! Bailey loved the show ring he loved everything from being groomed and trimmed, bathed and blasted and then he was so excited when the show bag came out. Right to the end he loved to be brushed and told he was a handsome boy.

King Bailey the self proclaimed ruler of Linirgor he would not get off the couch to give you a seat and expected to be stroked and patted as you sat beside him, if you stopped he soon told you he wanted you to carry on!

He was a real character and had a fair share of bad habits, you never truly went a walk with Bailey rather you went one way and he went another! He'd always catch you up later on but he preferred to just do a disappearing act! We had chains on the front and back door as he could open them and would disappear off to the park and take the others with him! I remember one time I was in a Travelodge staying over before going to a show the next day and I had left him and Hope in the room while I went in to get something to eat, I then had someone come up to me to say that my dogs were in the reception! I thought that was very odd as I had put them in the room! Nope Bailey had decided to open the door and go a wander! We put him back in the room and waited outside the door for this wee nudge on the handle and a face peak round the door the look on his face to see us standing there was priceless "Busted!" There was also the time when on my way to the park I had nipped out of the car at the post office to put a show entry in the letterbox, I hadn't bothered to take the keys out the ignition and a dog walked past the car so Bailey decided to jump up at the window for a better look and had managed to centrally lock the car! Bailey loved to play fight and if you had slippers on he would get them off you or a bobble in your hair he would pull it out for you. I fell in love with him right from an early age and never stopped.

We will miss him terribly and know that we will never quite have another like him!

 

Flyngalee Sir Dante

Flyngalee Mtoto
(3 RCC’s)

Ch Bramhills Pied Piper at Almerak

Sh Ch Stirchley Saxon

Bramhills Briar Rose

Flyngalee Mity Nice Girl

Flyngalee Tigers Eye

Mist O The Hills

Flyngalee Mo Cheri

Gloi Klever Klogs (1 CC)

Ch Paudell Easter Plantagenet at Kerrien

Sh Ch Gloi Bewitched

Grassyards Nordic Star (1 CC)

Ch Bethrob Bracken

Braydan Gift Tae Gieus

Lamancha Beannacdan of Linirgor

 

Ch Paudell Easter Plantagenet at Kerrien

Sansue Castalian JW

Sh Ch Styal Shelley of Maundale

Rossbourne Party Piece of Sansue

Kerrien Calypso of Paudell (1 CC)

Ch Oystergold Pandorina of Vinecroft

Ch Okus Jallina of Kerrien JW

Linavon Harmony at Lamancha

Sh. Ch. Linchael Conspiracy of Chevanne

Ch Styal Scott of Glengilde

Sh Ch Linchael Delmoss

Linavon Cassandra

Ch Camrose Fabius Tarquin

Linavon Roxanne

My handsome old man aged 12 1/2

Brothers Billy and Bailey, faithful friends for 13 years.

Happily sunbathing with his Mum

Bailey aged 9 1/2

Happy families - Bailey with his "wife" Fern and daughter Willow

CRITIQUES

"Very lovely head and expression, excellent topline, well placed shoulder, nice angulation beautiful coat and condition" Agnetta Cardell (Sweden)

"This dog carries a very profuse coat, but is very well constructed. He has the best of top lines and correct tailset. I thought his head and expression very appealing, very good pigment" Lindsey Maynard (Chinnordale)

"Very sound and honest dog, who was presented well, super topline and tailset. Moved well" Anne Woodcock (Stanroph)

"Quality boy superb outline, masculine head, straight front, good quarters, straight hocks full blonde coat" Wendy Green (Alphinbrook)

"Cream boy, masculine expression. Kind eye, nice outline throughout. Good length of neck. Good front, well up on pasterns, good stifle, correct tailset" Mark Cooper (Loremar)

“Very appealing pale cream with wavy coat.  Lovely head & expression.  Good pigment.  Balanced outline nicely angulated fore & aft.  Happy boy with waggy tail.  Moved well.” Best Veteran – Deirdre Viney (Twilly)

"Masucline pale dog in good coat, good head with reach of neck, well off for bone. level topline, correct tailset, strong in movement" May Kennedy (Rabsara)

 

 

 

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