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THERE is no way we can talk about anything other than Crufts this week because this time next we’ll all be there, and you will hopefully be sharing the experience because if you are not able to get there then your favourite...
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For the second time the breed judging at Westminster Kennel Club was held at The Piers 92/94, and all reports confirm that Monday’s judging went wonderfully at Piers 92/94 on Manhattan’s west side. But it was back to the Garden for the Group judging on Monday...
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Madison Square Garden and the Westminster Kennel Club. By Christi McDonald Westminster Kennel Club is America’s second longest continuously held sporting event, after the Kentucky Derby. For all of its 135-year history, this classic event, now often referred to simply as “The Garden,”...
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Showing in the Bred-by-Exhibitor class used to be “the thing” when an exhibitor had something they were really proud to present to the fancy. It still is an important class at specialty shows, and especially at the National Specialty, but I’ve noticed...
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