At the National Dog Show 2015 Robin Newhouse was the judge of one of the strongest Best in Show line-ups in recent memory. His Best in Show winner was the Utility group winner Ch Vanitonia As You Wish the Toy Poodle who was followed into Reserve by the Pointer Sh Ch Sharnphilly Juici Cuture.
Westminster Best in Show Winner Miss P. Makes Broadway Debut in kinky Boots!
Miss P, the Beagle the who was named Best in Show earlier this week at the 2015 Westminster Best in Show, continues her NYC tour, making her Broadway debut last night with a walk-on role in Broadway’s Kinky Boots. BroadwayWorld was there for her big night and you can check out photos below! Kinky Boots… read more
Eukanuba Champion Stakes Final 2014 – Video
At the Chesford Grange Hotel in Kenilworth, 29 of the UK’s top champion dogs gather to go under the eyes of two secret judges. The winner of the Eukanuba Champion Stakes Final will represent the UK at the Eukanuba World Challenge in Amsterdam in December against the world’s best dogs. The overall winner taking home… read more
The AKC National Owner-Handled Series (NOHS) Turns Two!
When the NOHS was started in 2012 it kicked off a unique opportunity for the Owner-Handler to highlight their dogs in addition to the regular competition at a dog show. As with any new concept, the NOHS certainly had its fair share of growing pains. Each year the NOHS continues to attract more participants and… read more
A Honey of a Time – The IWSCA National Specialty Comes to the Bee Hive State
There are times when an IWS comes along who is so special she cannot be denied. That she started as a pet (“Riley Peach”), was bred by two accomplished breeders, is co-owned both by a family new to the breed and the most successful IWS breeder of all time, and is handled by the world’s… read more
Monday Morning Coffee Talk
Monday Morning Coffee Talk Be a part of the story. If you have photos, brags, tips, some history or lore to be shared, or fun gossip from the weekend, send it on over to firstname.lastname@example.org we’ll be sure to get it in. Then, make your favorite cup of Joe or breakfast drink & relive all… read more
Reflections of Crufts 2014
MY COLLEAGUE Simon Parsons has a passion and enthusiasm for Crufts which is unequalled. Each year, on the first day of the show, he is in the hotel reception barely able to contain his excitement and determined to be at the NEC as early as possible – it’s testament to the hold that this sport… read more
Westminster: Meet Your Breed Judges
It’s less than 24 hours away, the “granddaddy” of the dog show fancy, Westminster Kennel Club is about to welcome everyone to their old & new locations. With an eye for providing easy-to-access Judge’s information, Best In Show Daily with the help of WKC & AKC, have put together a who’s who of the Judges… read more
Crufts entry highest for four years
MORE THAN 21,500 dogs are entered at Crufts this year, the highest since 2010 when the total was 21,947. This year’s entry of 21,564 dogs, including the Obedience Championships and gamekeepers’ classes – but not the Agility Championships which have another 50 dogs – is an increase of nearly five per cent on 2013’s figure… read more
Westminster: The Best In Show and Group Judges
Breaking News: The Westminster Kennel Club announced two substitutions to their 2014 Judge’s Panel. Mrs. Beverly Vics of Poinciana, FL is replacing Peter Baynes, judging Bullmastiffs, Cane Corsos, Chinooks, German Pinschers, Tibetan Mastiffs; and Mrs. Jacqueline Stacy of Chapel Hill, NC is replacing Mrs. Virginia Lyne, judging the Non-Sporting Group. An invitation to judge at… read more