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April 15, 2013 Subscribe

The Latest Show Results, plus the Blue and Gray Cluster

In his Monday Morning Mop-Up, Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler brings news from the West Coast where the sky’s the limit for the nation’s Number 1 dog. Recent victories in Nevada, Arizona and California have secured a considerable lead for the nation’s top Terrier, but her closest competitors aren’t giving her a chance to rest on her laurels. Find out who’s been doing a lot of winning out west, as well as in Iowa, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

Senior Editor Christi McDonald introduces a diverse collection of winners from this weekend’s all-breed shows held at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show Building in Harrisburg, Pa. The Blue and Gray Cluster has long signaled the arrival of spring, drawing exhibitors from all over the country each April to the Keystone State. Meet this year’s Group and Best in Show winners at the Lebanon County, Harrisburg, and Mason and Dixon Kennel Club shows.

Best In Show Daily has partnered with British Dog World to deliver news and information to fanciers on both sides of the pond. While social media streams have brought people in the dog sport closer, Internet publications allow owners, breeders and handlers to share their pride and joy with the world while navigating the local, national and international show scene. Please join with us as we expand the online experience of today’s ever-evolving “dog world.”

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief
Monday Morning Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler

We will start our Monday Morning Mop Up with a report on our Number One Dog All Breeds, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH Afterall Painting The Sky. Sky and handler Gabriel Rangel have spent the last three weekends in Las Vegas, Phoenix, & Sacramento, picking up five BIS awards. more

Fancy That: Pennsylvania’s Blue and Gray Cluster
By Christi McDonald

Although they weren’t the largest shows of this past weekend, the three-day cluster in Harrisburg, Pa., had a very interesting variety of Group and Best in Show winners. Just as a basis of comparing numbers at the largest events in the country this past weekend, on Saturday the Atlanta KC had more than 2,400 dogs, Harrisburg had 2,004, Sacramento KC found 1,678 entered, and Terry-All KC in Brighton, Colo., drew 1,540, all good-sized entries. The entry at Harrisburg, I’m told, was up this year from last. more

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