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October 22, 2012 Subscribe

The Latest Show Results, plus Genetic Muscle in Central Texas

The fall show season is in full swing, and Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler has the results from this past weekend’s events. From Belton, Texas, and Rapid City, S.D., to Atlanta, Ga., and Pleasanton, Calif., the caliber of the competition is keeping things exciting at shows large and small. In today’s Monday Morning Mop-Up, Billy delivers the news about each of the dogs that impressed the judges all over the U.S.

Senior Editor Christi McDonald reports on the Group and Best in Show winning dogs at the all-breed shows hosted by the Stephenville KC of Texas and the Bell County Kennel Club. As Christi notes, the strength of the winners’ pedigrees is undeniable, and only occasionally matched by the parentage of the dogs’ capable handlers. Find out more about the sires and dams whose strong genes continue to influence the show scene today.

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Monday Morning Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler

We start our Monday Morning Mop Up with an update on the race for Number One Dog all Breeds. Both of our Top Two spent time in California this weekend. The Number One Dog, the German Wirehaired Pointer, GCH CH Mt View’s Ripsnorter Silver Charm, was in Pleasanton CA on Thursday & Friday, in Springfield IL on Saturday, and then back in Pleasanton yesterday, collecting one BIS, two additional Group Ones and a Group Two, for an estimated 2200 points. more

Fancy That: Strong Genes Play a Part in Central Texas
By Christi McDonald

I haven’t reported on shows in my home state of Texas for some time, but shows there this past weekend drew my attention, so here we go.

Belton, Texas, about 60 miles north of Austin, was the location for four all-breed shows, Thursday through Sunday, hosted by the Stephenville KC of Texas and the Bell County Kennel Club. The BCKC shows have been added to the calendar since I stopped actively showing dogs in Texas about 10 years ago, so it is a relatively new club. more



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