Monday, February 15, 2010



Type .......... 25
Main .......... 30
Coat .......... 25
Condition ..... 5
Colour ........15
Total .......................100

1- TYPE Cobby well rounded body, head bold with well developed muzzle. Legs of medium length and not too fine in bone. Stance to be high enough to show full chest and mane.

EARS - Not to exceed 3 inches in length. Well covered buyt not furnished. Carried erect.
EYES - Bold and bright, eyes of white, red or blue, in all other colours as per Colour Standard .

2 - MANE The mane should be between 2-3 inches in length to form a full circle around the head, extending to a 'V' at the back of the neck falling into a fringe between the ears. Noticeably longer hair on the cheeks and chest

3 - COAT The coat to be dense of medium length, roll back and even all over body in Adults. Small amount of extended fur around flanks permissible on under five months exhibits, but not desired

4 - COLOUR All colours as long as they conform to a recognised colour and pattern

5 - CONDITION The exhibit should be in a perfect state of health and bodily condition, free from all soiling, particularly on feet, ears and genital parts. The coat should reflect the overall good health of the exhibit, which should appear alert and vigorous.
WEIGHT : 3lbs - 3lbs 12oz, 1.7 kgs

FAULTS : Woolly furnishings, head too fine, ears too long, poor colour, long in body. Excessive fur on flanks.

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