2nd at LKA
Black, neatly made head, kind eye and expression. Pleasing head carriage, neck and shoulder, a shade short in foreleg. Good body and ribs. Fair hindquarters. Happy mover. JJ Davis
Black bitch, excellent conformation, excellent depth and width, good hind movement and lovely rear drive, pretty head and dark almond eyes.Ben Racekets
Molkara Exige x Totenkopf Faerydae
GUNDOGS & UTILITY: D/B (40,24) 1 Pilkington’s Molkara Vuvuzela, gleaming black Cocker, so typey, sturdy and well balanced with good forechest. She has a firm front with good layback of shoulder, good bone, topline, feet, body and bend of stifle, in excellent coat and hard muscular condition. Beautiful head with a bright alert expression in her dark sparkling eyes. So very sound and positive on the move.
Layla was placed in a stong limit class at LKA
Following BOB at Dover and Deal Layla was placed group2 and gainned her last poits for her ShCM
At the Solid Cocker Champ show Layla was awarded her Stud Book Number
Layla 2nd in PG at East of England Champ Show
Layla RBOB at Clacton
Beautiful little black girl, very hard to split hairs, lovely melting eyes and good bone, well groomed and again moved really well. RBOB.#
and 1st in AV gun-dog open
Neat black cocker, all in proportion, feminine expression, moved smartly round the ring.
Layla BOB and Best gundog at Beckenham
Layla 1st in Limit Dog and RBOB at Norfolk and Norwich
Well constructed feminine, black girl. Correct head and eye, compact body and moved well with good tail action. Mrs JD Elliott
Layla BOB ang Gp3 thanks to breed judge Maureen Taylor and Group judge Philipp Dye
Layla was placed VHC in graduate at her first Crufts.
Layla BOB at EELKs
Pilkington & Gain Molkara Vuvuzela, Nicely balanced bitch lovely head and expression moderate length of neck. In to short level back nicely bodied good width behind well set tail rear well angulated in good coat and condition. Moved so well wagging her tail all the time a merry Cocker hence B.O.B.
Layla passed her good citizen Bronze test
Layla was BOB and GP4 under Tracey Buck
Layla went BOB and gp3 under judge Micheal Blay at the Newmarket and District Open Show
Pilkngton & Gain’s Molkara Vuvuzela. Lovely looking bitch with good head shape not over the top in any way. Good reach of neck and correct shoulders and withers. Liked her top line and found strong well developed quarters under a good coat. Moved well with drive and merriment. Really deserved her BOB and G3.
Layla won open bitch under Michele Lockwood at East Anglian Cocker Open show
Pilkington & Gain’s Molkara Vuvuzela. Feminine black bitch, good head proportions, fine neck and shoulders, compact body with good width of thigh. An exuberant character who moved with confidence,
BOB and gp3 at Suffolk Kennel
Very feminine bitch with squarely proportioned body, well angulated quarters, strong neck and topline Well presented quality coat. Gentle eye and well set ears and pleasing expression. Great style and carriage on the move.
Layla was second in Post Graduate at Bournemouth champ show, thanks to jusge Andrew Andrew Jones
ultra compact black who pushed 1 hard. Good head, very good body shape and substance. In lovely coat, moved out very happily.
Layla awarded RBOB under judge Annette Baker at EELK’s and also Best AV gundog thanks to judge Mr A M Scott
Happy outgoing b in lovely shiny coat. Lovely head and expression, dark eye correct ear set, muscular neck into well laid shoulders nice tight and padded feet, moved well around ring when settled. Mr A M Scott
Layla was 3rd in the PG Cocker Class at Windsor thatnks to judge Sue Cox.
Photos by Shel Cowles
Photo Shel Cowles
Layla is owned in partnership between Emily Pilkington and her breeder Kim Gain (Molkara)
At her first open show with Emily Layla had a great day taking BOB at Kent County. 2012
lovely compact young black, beautiful head and dark eye, strong neck and well laid shoulders. Good bone and feet, well ribbed body and strong loin. Effortless true movement won her the class and BOB.
BOB and group4 at Norfolk and Norwich 2012
1st AV PG Gundog – easy winner. Really lovely black Cocker Spaniel, so pretty, balanced & together. In good coat, moved co-ordinately. Steady & well handled. Daniela Tranquada
BIM @ Clacton April 2012
RBIM Colchester April 2012