Ch. Nightquest Century Miss (AI)
19th March 2008 - 6th Dec 2016
RIP Our gorgeous smiling Princess. You will be forever missed.
Trixie is a lively, confident and happy girl.
She possesses a lovely square head
with a strong wide jaw. She has effortless movement and is very
sound. She is a joy to have around and never ceases to put a smile
on our faces. She has such a funny and lively personality.
Trixie became an Australian
Champion 1st August 2009 handled solely by her 11 year old owner
'Elise'. What a great achievement.
At 4.5 years old Trixie wins BEST EXHIBIT IN Show at the Bullmastiff
Club Speciality Show - Handled by Elise Edwards - 7/10/12 under
breed specialist Ms Inger Dahle (Norway)
MINOR PUPPY IN SHOW -
Bullmastiff Club Of Victoria Specialty 5/10/08
Judge - Mrs. Joy Stevenson
'Very well balanced young bitch, good colour, good bone, good mover,
2nd/10 JUNIOR BITCH
- Bullmastiff Club Of NSW Specialty Championship Show 12/4/09
Judge - Breed Specialist - Mrs. Mave Rostron (Graecia Kennels U.K)
A really nice typey bitch. Good head, eye, mouth and muzzle. Very
nice front and rear. Sound on the move.
2nd/7 - Bullmastiff Club Of Victoria Specialty Championship Show
Judge - Mr Glenn Sparham (Gameguard Kennels)
Longer body than the first but good rear maculation, well sprung
ribs, well defined skull but too short in muzzle, this affects her
bite, very wide front but lacks depth, moved ok.
1st/7 Open Bitch -
Bullmastiff Club Of NSW Specialty Championship Show 8/4/12
Judge Breed Specialist - Mrs Kath Marion (Treebrook Kennels S.A)
This red bitch has a pleasing head although a bit short in the
muzzle, good dark eye. Chest wide and deep, well let down between
straight front legs. A well balanced compact bitch that moved with
power around the ring keeping a level backline, she showed very
Bullmastiff Club Of NSW Specialty Championship Show 15/9/12
Judge - Mrs A McInnes.
4 year old red, strong in head, front not as developed as 1. Well
muscled throughout, strong in loin. Nicely angulated quarters, tight
feet. Moved well, with a very sound, flowing action.
BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW - Bullmastiff Club Of Victoria Specialty
Judge Breed Specialist - Ms Inger Dahle (Norway)
Excellent type, beautiful head and expression, prefect black mask
and dark ears, correct proportions head - muzzle, strong topline,
well developed body with nice forechest and depth of body, good bone
and angulation, broad thighs, excellent mover.
Reserve Bitch &
Open In Show
- Bullmastiff Club Of Victoria's 40th Specialty Championship Show -
Judge was Ms Denise Borton (USA) – Bullmatiff Specialist.
Open In Show -
Ch. Nightquest Century Miss
- Slightly out of coat red
with good pigment and eye color. Striking headpiece that may be a
little too masculine for a bitch but with good proportion and a very
strong muzzle. Her profile is correct, lovely breed type, beautiful
angle fore and aft, strong in topline, tail set on high and
skillfully handled. I did not penalize her matronly figure as she
was in a fit and good condition - Ms Denise Borton (USA)
Reserve Challenge Bitch -
Ch. Nightquest Century Miss - This
is a deserving bitch that on any other day, would have won the
ticket. Although slightly shorter in leg, she had so many virtues
that would have enabled her to perform her duty. Not as strong in
movement as the winner, it was the deciding factor to award the CC
to the one who bested her -
Ms Denise Borton (USA)