Monday, April 6, 2009


We have also been reporting from Midland TX on the exploits of the Pug, CH Tupelo ShoBoat Tu China Tu, who managed to win the first three shows held there this weekend. Before we give you Sunday’s results., let’s catch you up on Friday and Saturday’s finalists.

CH Aladdin’s Too Sexy To Tango

We gave you complete results already on Thursday’s show, but we only gave you partial results on Friday’s show. In addition to finalist apreviously reported there was also the English Foxhound, CH Whipperwinn‘s The Wizard, and the Schipperke, CH Aladdin’s Too Sexy To Tango, in judge Robert Moore‘s final seven.

CH Gravan Silverpark Wethr Pattrns

On Saturday, the Pug, Boo, was accompanied by the Labrador Retriever, CH Ridge View‘s Magician, the Basenji, CH Ahmahr Nahr’s Casanova Jack at Whitewater, the Tibetan Mastiff, CH Drakyi Gold Standard, the Smooth Fox Terrier, CH Broxden Carlin Dressed To Kill, the Chow Chow, CH Dreamland’s Light Up The Sky, and the Australian Cattle Dog, CH Gravan Silverpark Wethr Pattrns.

CH Toasty’s Treasure Island

Sunday, judge Charles Trotter called the BIS at the Concho Kennel Club. Once again, Boo, was there as was English Foxhound and the Smooth Fox. Making their first final seven appearance of the weekend were the Golden Retriever, CH Toasty’s Treasure Island, the Komondor, CH Nagyalma Slew ‘Em, the Keeshind, CH Legend’s Purple Reign, the Australian Shepherd, CH Windrift’s Latitude.

We made the point earlier that very few dogs can pull off four BISs in a row and it didn’t happen in Midland, not with competition like this. The Golden, Treasure, picked up her sixth BIS this year and now sits as the country’s number one Sporting Dog.

We’ll be right back with more weekend results.


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