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Crufts and Cairns – Day One Delivered With a Podcast

Best In Show Daily brings you news that two of the seven dogs have been selected to represent their respective Groups in Sunday night’s Crufts finale. Mr. Geoff Corish chose the Lhasa Apso, Eng. Ch. Zentarr Elizabeth as his Utility Group winner, and Mrs. Annette Oliver found the Swedish Pomeranian, Belliver Unexpected Dream in her Toy Group. Will their names be written into the history books? Stay tuned to find out.

In today’s Podcast with Pilar, listen in as Lydia Coleman Hutchinson talks about her life’s devotion, and what keeps her so enthused about breeding, showing and judging her favorite breed, the Cairn Terrier.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Best In Show DailyCrufts 2012 Day One: Expect the Unexpected
By Dawne Deeley

As I mentioned in closing yesterday, first time visitors to Crufts should arrive with every intention of experiencing four days of the unexpected. While reaching Birmingham, England, by air is no more difficult than flying into any other trans-oceanic city (and truthfully, given the number of carriers crisscrossing the British Isles, is really a good deal simpler) it pays to take a page out of the chapter entitled “When in Rome…”

Much like the Madison Square Garden/Hotel Pennsylvania conjoined twins, the Birmingham Hilton/Metropole is the true epicenter for Crufts aficionados. Missing, however, is the explosive chaos of registering at the former; orderly lines, peaceful exchanges and a quiet, low-pressure hum lend an almost Zen-like quality to the busy lobbies in Birmingham. more

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Lydia Coleman Hutchinson Podcast with Pilar
By Pilar Kuhn

It’s not every fancier who can claim an introduction to their breed before they were even born. Breeder-judge Lydia Coleman Hutchinson is one lady who can. In today’s podcast, Pilar Kuhn discovers why Cairn Terriers have always been a family affair, and why showing the breed remains so important after a lifetime of involvement. With unfailing support from her husband, Dwight, Lydia is a one-woman operation – breeder, groomer, and exhibitor – whose passion for the sport is rivaled only by her devotion to Duke basketball! more
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Dog Show Poop
The Back Story
Billy Wheeler
The Down and Back
Pilar Kuhn
Kayla Bertagnolli
Dog Show Poop
Billy Wheeler

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