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The Latest Show Results, plus the Speedway Classic

In his Monday Morning Mop-Up, Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler takes note of the recent multiple Best in Shows awarded to several of the nation’s top dogs. From Syracuse, N.Y., to Mitchell, Neb., the weekend’s biggest winners include several very familiar names. In today’s Back Story, find out who won big in Vegas and Atlanta, and learn about a recent import to the U.S. that’s here to do more than just “fool” around.

Senior Editor Christi McDonald provides a “photo finish” look at the four all-breed shows of the Speedway Classic held in Concord, N.C. A variety of dogs impressed the judging panel at these events, and one polished Portie took home the lion’s share of Best in Shows. Meet all the Group and Best in Show winners in Christi’s latest “Fancy That.”

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Dan Sayers
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DKC ‘Passed On’ Class Begins Today
By Best In Show Daily

The Doggie Kennel Club will begin offering new titles at DKC conformation events. These new titles, “Best Taxidermied” and “Best Freeze Dried,” will be available to DKC Passed On Dogs of Record, giving the opportunity for owners of passed-on dogs to return to the show ring and further showcase the quality of their breeding stock, hopefully with frozen semen still available. more
 

Monday Morning Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler

The big points this week were in Syracuse and that’s where we will begin our Monday Morning Mop Up. There were more than 4500 points available at the Salt City Cluster’s four shows and the German Wirehaired Pointer, GCH CH Mt View’s Ripsnorter Silver Charm got every one of them. Check our archives for reports on Thursday’s and Friday’s shows. more
 

Fancy That: Speedway Classic of the Carolinas
By Christi McDonald

At the Speedway Classic of the Carolinas, four all-breed shows and a passel of specialties held in Concord, N.C., Thursday, March 28, through Sunday, March 31, one Working dog dominated by winning three of the four finals, and another from the Group took home the big rosette on day four.

From Friday’s entry of 830, the 2013 Westminster Group winner GCh. Claircreek Impression De Matisse was Best in Show under judge William Rodriguez of Costa Rica. ‘Matisse’ is handled by Michael Scott for owners Milan Lint, Peggy Helming and breeder Donna Gottdenker, and is currently Number 1 Working dog and Number 6 among all breeds through February. more
 

 
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