Posts with tag GCh. Wynmoor Champagne Supernova

Doberman Pinscher Ch. Foxfire All Star was breeder/owner-handled by Michelle Santana to win Best in Show at the Eukanuba Breeder Stake in 2010. He was tied for Top Sire in the Working Group in 2009. His dam, Ch. Foxfire’s Take That, was a multiple Group winner handled by Michelle.

Fancy That: Top Dogs Top Ingham County

Of the eight sets of shows taking place around the country this past weekend, three drew entry numbers fewer than 900. Entries at the four shows in Georgia ranged from 600 to 850, and Kankakee, Ill., and south Florida drew about 500 each. Shows in Yuma, Ariz., Texas and Massachusetts drew just over 1,000 dogs,… read more


Fancy That: Three Days, Three Different Winners in Maryland

I hope all of our readers enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving. I know many fanciers, owner-handlers and professionals alike, sat down for a traditional holiday dinner like most of the rest of the nation, only to jump up as soon as dinner finished to get in their vehicles and head off for a dog show. Only… read more


Fancy That: Joplin, Mo., Hosts Top Winners

The Tri-State Kennel Club held back-to-back shows this past weekend in Joplin, Mo., with interesting results. Entries each day were just over 1,000 dogs. Saturday judge Dana Cline awarded Best in Show to the current Number 2 dog of all breeds, the Springer, GCh. Wynmoor Champagne Supernova. ‘Peyton’ and handler Robin Novack, pushing as hard… 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

Ch. Red Fern’s Beau Derby was BOB at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship in 2005 under judge Phyllis Wolfish, handled by Wendi Cowell.

Fancy That: Greeley, Colo.

Two all-breed shows hosted by the Evergreen Colorado Kennel Club and held in Greeley this past weekend drew entries of more than 1,500 dogs each day. Two of the country’s top four dogs of all breeds duked it out for the final spot each day, but only one took home a Best in Show ribbon…. read more

Wendell Sammet at Poodle Club of America with Ch. Ale Kai Mikimoto on Fifth.

Fancy That: Thursday’s Atlanta Show Draws 1,591

The biggest shows of this past weekend took place in Atlanta at the Cherokee Rose Cluster from August 23 to 26, 2012. Thursday at the Griffin Georgia Kennel Club, from an entry of 1,591, judge Judy Daniels chose GCh. Allaruth Just Kidding v Sole Bay for BIS. In from California, the Miniature Schnauzer is bred… read more


Fancy That: Virginia’s Mountain Valley Cluster

The shows in Canfield, Ohio, drew the largest entries this past weekend, at least for shows east of the Mississippi. The four-day cluster had 1,301 dogs in competition on Thursday, with a high of 1,809 on Saturday. Even with an outdoor location in August, the Steel Valley Cluster continues to have large entries. While the… read more

Christi McDonald

Fancy That: The Carolina Foothills Cluster

Among the largest shows in the country this past weekend were the three days of the Carolina Foothills cluster in Greenville, S.C., on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 27 to 29, 2012, following a day of specialties at the same location. On Friday, Spartanburg KC had 1,781 dogs competing, with 2,047 on Saturday at Hendersonville… read more

Christi McDonald

Fancy That: Northern California and Houston

Although not the largest shows in the country this past weekend, the winners from the Sierra-Tuloumne Kennel Club shows, held on Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21, 2012, were a fascinating lot. Many of the Group First winners have National Specialty and all-breed Best in Show winners in their pedigrees. The entries at these… read more