Posts with tag GCh. Aberdeen’s Under the Influence

Fancy That: Wrapping Up Waukesha

On Friday we gave you a little glimpse into the history of the Waukesha Kennel Club shows and a look at how they work today, so I’ll wrap up my coverage of these shows by giving you the weekend’s results. On Saturday judge Dana Cline selected the beautiful little Boston Terrier bitch, GCh. Gunther’s Gussied… read more


Spreading the Wealth in Louisville

Sunday, March 17, 2012, the last day of the Kentuckiana Cluster and the second Louisville Kennel Club show, found quite a few dogs placing in the Groups that had not placed the first three days, proving that at one of the largest clusters in the country there are so many quality dogs shown that the… read more


A New Day at the Kentuckiana Cluster

I suppose the results in Louisville on Saturday could be considered an upset, since our Number 1 dog of all breeds, ‘Sky,’ was second in her Group to the eventual Best in Show winner. This was the first day that Norman Patton’s choice for the final prize, the Swedish-bred Russell Terrier, GCh. Goldsand’s Columbus, was… read more


Day Two from Louisville

The country’s Number 1 Toy may have settled on Thursday for second place in Kentucky, but she went all the way to Best in Show on Friday at the Louisville Kennel Club. Judge Jan Paulk awarded GCh. Marlex Classic Red Glare the Toy Group, and Steve Keating gave the dynamic little Min Pin the red, white… read more

AKC/Eukanuba: Day One Groups Begin with Hounds

The first day of the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship has come and gone, and the Sporting, Hound, Toy and Non-Sporting Group judging is completed. As expected there were some surprises as well as some expected outcomes. Hounds were the first Group to be judged, and Carla Molinari of Portugal did the honors. First went to Saluki… read more

In 2005 Robin Novack handled English Springer Spaniel Ch. Telltale Salute to Number 1 Sporting dog and Number 5 among all breeds. She now handles the current Number 1 dog of all breeds, GCh. Wynmoor Champagne Supernova.

Fancy That: Missouri Draws Competitive Entries

Gray Summit, Mo., was the location this past weekend for two shows hosted by the Spirit of the Heartland KC and the Jefferson County KC of Missouri. The shows drew a respectable entry of just over 1,000 dogs each, with a number of heavy hitters vying for the top prizes each day. On Saturday judge… read more