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Meadowlands Specialty Association – Sunday, February 10, 2013

Sunday was the third day of specialty shows held at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, N.J. Nine breed clubs held shows, along with a Group show hosted by the Garden State All Terrier Club.

Although entries were not especially high for Garden State, several of the country’s top Terriers were in competition, making for a high-quality Group at the end of the day.

Jeff Arch, breeder/owner-handler of Irish Setter GCh. Northwind’s First Reign, was presented with a crown to mark the occasion of his dog being the first dog in 29 years to win all three of his breed’s specialities on the weekend before Westminster. Photos by Kayla Bertagnolli.

Jeff Arch, breeder/owner-handler of Irish Setter GCh. Northwind’s First Reign, was presented with a crown to mark the occasion of his dog being the first in 29 years to win all three of his breed’s specialities on the weekend before Westminster. Photos by Kayla Bertagnolli.

According to show officials, the Irish Setter, GCh. Northwind’s First Reign, is the first dog in 29 years to win all three of his breed’s specialties on this weekend. In a special presentation, his breeder/owner-handler Jeff Arch was presented with a crown to mark the occasion.

Best In Show Daily will have results from the Cocker Spaniel Club of Long Island, the Afghan Hound Association of Long Island and the Greater New York Bichon Frise Fanciers show when available.

SPECIALTY WINNERS – Sunday, February 10, 2013

Sleepy Hollow German Shorthaired Pointer Club
Judge Debbie Campbell – Entry 67
BOB: GCh. Kan-Point’s Makin’ The Chase
By GCh. Kan-Point’s Leading The Chase out of Ch. Kan-Point Enrenvogel’s EZ 2 Luv
Bred by Lucretia Coonrod
Owned by Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stanley, and Lucretia Coonrod

GCh. Oakley’s B’Dazzled was judge Gary Andersen’s selection for Best in Specialty Show from among 90 English Setters competing at the Meadowlands.

GCh. Oakley’s B’Dazzled was judge Gary Andersen’s selection for Best in Specialty Show from among 90 English Setters competing at the Meadowlands.

English Setter Association of America
Judge Gary Andersen – Entry 90
BOB: GCh. Oakley’s B’Dazzled
By Ch. Oakley’s Cigar out of Ch. Oakley’s Fate
Bred by Jim Jannard and Paula Dempsey
Owned by Don and Georjean Jensen, and Erik and Jennifer Strickland

Gordon Setter Club of America
Judge David Flanagan – Entry 38
BOB: Ch. Sandpiper’s Castles In The Air
By Ch. Sandpiper’s Sea Quest out of Ch. Sandpiper’s Firethorne Wave Review
Bred by Janice Beatty, Paul Reilly and Mary McLoughlin
Owned by Donna Grant, Janice Beatty, Don Snyder and Paul Reilly

Irish Setter GCh. Northwind’s First Reign stood out from the crowd for a third consecutive day yesterday at the Eastern Irish Setter Association.

Irish Setter GCh. Northwind’s First Reign stood out from the crowd for a third consecutive day yesterday at the Eastern Irish Setter Association.

Eastern Irish Setter Association
Judge Barbara Taylor Kloss – Entry 72
BOB: GCh. Northwind’s First Reign
By Am. Can. Ch. Qualified Mak’n Business out of Ch. Jewelsets Up Up ‘N Away
Bred by Sharon Reilly, Rebecca and Jeff Arch, and Lisa Sommers
Owned by Rebecca and Jeff Arch, and Don and Nancy Keane

Connecticut Vizsla Club
Judge Joy Brewster – Entry 49
BOB: GCh. Tamaron’s Tag You’re It
By GCh. Sizzlin Ripley’s New York Groove out of Ch. Tamaron’s Reign of Fire
Bred and owned by Tami and Leon Westerbeck

Empire Saluki Club
Judge Allen Odom – Entry 45
BOB: GCh. Aurora’s Song and Dance Man
By Ch. Aurora’s Walk This Way out of Ch. Wisdom’s Aria
Bred by Jay Stone, Carol Waymire and Barbara Wright
Owned by Julie Mueller and Eugene Blake

Lakeland Terrier GCh. Larkspur Acadia Save Me a Spot, handled by R.C. Carusi for owners Tony Barker, Susan Fraser and Maria Sacco finished on top at the Garden State All Terrier Club.

Lakeland Terrier GCh. Larkspur Acadia Save Me a Spot, handled by R.C. Carusi for owners Tony Barker, Susan Fraser and Maria Sacco finished on top at the Garden State All Terrier Club.

Garden State All Terrier Club
Group Judge Alfred Ferruggiaro – Entry 110
Group First: Lakeland Terrier GCh. Larkspur Acadia Save Me a Spot
By Ch. Northcote’s No Doubt out of Ch. Larkspur Acadia October Sky JE
Bred by Norman and Lynda Kenney, Maria Sacco and Susan Fraser
Owned by Tony Barker, Susan Fraser and Maria Sacco
Handled by R.C. Carusi

Group Second: Airedale Terrier GCh. Joval Angel’s Whisper
By Ch. Tierra de Churubusco y Chubasco out of GCh. Joval Angel’s Kiss
Bred and owned by Valeria and John Rickard
Handled by Adam Bernardin

Group Third: Staffordshire Bull Terrier GCh. Angranian Derry Mucker
By Lackyle Diabhal Og out of Nickelbar Leap of Faith at Angranian
Bred by Michael Donaghy and Karen McEldowney
Owned by Zane and Shannon Smith
Handled by Adrienne Owen

Group Fourth: Irish Terrier GCh. Kell’s Touch of Fleet St.
By Ch. Redoaks Rapidfire by Fleet St. out of Mac Rua’s Fire Flower
Bred by Kelly Wamsler
Owned by Tony Barker
Handled by R.C. Carusi

Written by

Christi McDonald is a second-generation dog person, raised with a kennel full of Cairn Terriers. After more than a decade as a professional handler’s apprentice and handling professionally on her own, primarily Poodles and Cairns, she landed a fortuitous position in advertising sales with the monthly all-breed magazine ShowSight. This led to an 11-year run at Dogs in Review, where she wore several hats, including advertising sales rep, ad sales manager and, finally, editor for five years. Christi is proud to be part of the editorial team for the cutting-edge Best In Show Daily. She lives in Apex, N.C., with two homebred black Toy Poodles, the last of her Foxfire line, and a Norwich Terrier.
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  • maria February 11, 2013 at 5:26 AM

    Thanks for the great photo of Spot!

    Maria Sacco

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