We had to get some clarification on the weekend’s biggest shows, but now we can tell you that one Boxer had a very big weekend in Nashville. As we reported here, CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream started off the weekend going BIS on Thursday at the first of two shows hosted by the Nashville Kennel Club.
On Friday, on day one of two shows sponsored by theTullahoma Kennel Club Of Tennessee, Scarlett, would return to the final seven along with the Irish Setter, CH Vineyard's Bad Boy, the Bloodhound, CH Ghost Hollow's Spectacular Bid, the Cairn Terrier, CH Caledonian In-For-A-Penny Of Wolfpit, the Pomeranian, CH Velocity's Shake Ur Bon Bon, the Bulldog, CH Evergreen's Sweet Clover Anne, and the Puli, CH Cordmaker Field Of Dreams. Judge Paula Nykiel, who gave Scarlett Group Two at last month’s Wesminster show, would give the 22 month old her second BIS of the weekend.
Saturday, Scarlett was the only one of the Friday finalists to make it to Judge Barbara Dempsey Alderman’s final seven for the day two show of the Tullhoma KC. The other six were English Cocker Spaniel, CH Majestic's Keeping The Drama, the Rhodesian Ridgeback, CH Adili's American Idol, the Smooth Fox Terrier, CH J'cobe Kemosabe Vigilante Justice, the Pug, CH Norkus' Risky Business, the Standard Poodle, CH Anastasia Da Maya, and the Rough Collie, CH Westwood Aladdin. Saturday would be the Dodger’s day as the Smooth Fox claimed his third 2009 BIS.
Sunday, the Nashville KC was hosting again and Scarlett, Dodger, the Pom, Bon, the Puli, Conrad, the Irish Setter, CH Vineyard's Bad Boy, the Afghan Hound, CH Silhouette's Shame Shame Shame JC, and the Standard Poodle, CH Anastasia Da Maya, would be Judge Mildred Bryan’s seven. Scarlett would score the hat trick, to make it three BIS in one weekend. Once again, congratulations to breeders Tina Porter & Lee Stanton, owners D McCarroll, M Fagan, Mrs J Billhardt, S Tenenbaum, and handler Diego Fernando Garcia.