I am sure there will be more of these lists being produced and cavalier breeders will get information on popular stud dogs even if it is 'by the back door'
What some people do not seem to realise is that in the UK you can get more than just one individual cavalier's results when you type a name into the KC Health Test Result Finder. You can get information about the parents, the siblings and the progeny of the named dog.
So, even in this first year of the BVA/KC Scheme you may get a few results if you type in the names of some of the well used dogs in the last few years and then click on the progeny tab. You sometimes need to scroll down pass the list of progeny that have been eye tested. You cannot easily identify the progeny but you can get an idea of what results are showing up.
Most of the results that I have viewed appear to be for cavaliers under three years old ( c ) and there are a disappointing number of SM1c ( Central Canal Dilation ) and SM2c ( Syringomyelia ) at that age. All seem to have CM2, the most severe grade for Chiari Malformation.
Cavalier breeders expressed a desire that their older scans should be taken into account, so arrangements were made so that could be done. It appears that none of the owners of well used stud dogs, reputed to have 'good' scans, have taken advantage of this.
Cavaliers......Tommy Tuppence 2000-2012 and a half share of Faith.
Japanese Chins.... Dandy, Benny, Bridgette and Hana.