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About: Cynthia Grooms

Cynthia Grooms

In the town of Rockingham NC, Cynthia Grooms lives with her pack of Bluetick Coonhounds. She credits her beginnings in coonhounds to a prior relationship where she got her first coonhound, a Redbone named Scarlett, at 6 weeks old. She began showing and then got bit by the bug. Scarlett finished to GRCH by 10 months old. Blueticks came into the picture via the same person a year later with the matriarch, Elvira. The Bluetick reign began with the help of John Earp and a breeding to his male, Trouble. The rest, they say, is history and after 12 years its still going strong. "As an exhibitor, breeder and a judge I feel that adherence to breed standards, as best as one can, is a cornerstone of creating and maintaining a hound that can be put to the test in both pleasure and competition and be able to withstand the rigorous regimen required to perform for years to come. I am honored to be considered and thrilled to have been asked to judge the Winter Classic."

Recent Posts by Cynthia Grooms

The 27th Annual UKC Winter Classic

The 27th Annual UKC Winter Classic was held in Batesville, MS January 23-25, 2014. There are two nights of hunting and the bench show has grown so large that it is now held over the two days. On Friday, there were 127 dogs entered. This included the dogs in the Top Ten competition, Dual Champions Continue Reading

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