Mid-Del-Tinker Kennel Club
Day Two, Friday, June 29, 2012

8 a.m.

CH Imperious HamItUp Double Vision

Oklahoma City is Bulldog country, and we are going to start in Norm Kenney’s ring this morning where he has 40 of the sour mugs. The much-maligned Bulldog is one of AKC’s most popular breeds and as anyone who has shared their home will tell you, one of the most endearing canine companions. Today’s Best of Breed was CH Imperious HamItUp Double Vision.

9:15 a.m.

GCH CH Karasar’s Remembrance

My next stop is Katie Gammill’s ring where she has a supported entry of 41 Whippets. Among the Best of Breed hopefuls was DOG2WATCH, GCH CH Karasar’s Remembrance. Happily, Judge Gammill agreed with us and made Brittannee Best of Breed.

11 a.m.

GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles of Jatara

I am heading over to the arena area where the larger breeds are being shown to watch Catherine Bell go over her six Salukis, two of which are Best In Show winners, GCH CH Aurora’s The Song and Dance Man, owner-handled by Gene Blake, and one of our DOGS2WATCH, GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles of Jatara, handled by Erin Roberts. It would be the latter, Bubbles, prevailing today.


12:45 p.m.

GCH CH Newstead Echoes of Love

as 10My last breed stop today is with the judge from Mexico, Dr. Jose Luis Payo who has 10 English Cocker Spaniels to consider. You might recall that I chose the English Cocker for my Fantasy Campaign. Today Dr. Payo’s fantasy English Cocker Spaniel was GCH CH Newstead Echoes of Love.