Also in the North Central Region were three shows at the Purina Farms complex in Gray Summit MO.
CH Gentry’s Braveheart
We did give your complete results on Friday’s opener hosted by the Jefferson County Kennel Club Of Missouri. Saturday’s show was courtesy of the St. Louis Dog Breeders Association. Dr Richard Pritchard’s final seven were the Irish Setter, CH Vineyard’s Bad Boy, the Basenji, CH Ab-Rafiki Icon Of Cool, the Alaskan Malamute, CH Sno Klassics Play The Game, the Kerry Blue Terrier, CH Irisfingel Blue Ridge, the Toy Fox Terrier, CH Valcopy Hanna Montana, the Keeshond, CH Daimler’s Caviar Dreams, and the Rough Collie, CH Gentry’s Braveheart. It was the fourth BIS this year, the second this month, for the Collie, Ivan.
CH Sno Klassics Play The Game
Sunday it was the Spirit Of The Heartland Kennel Club’s turn to host and Henry Gregory’s turn to judge BIS. His lineup included all of Saturday finalists save one. The Non-Sporting Group was represented by the French Bulldog, CH Raindrops Justus Life’s A Game. It was the Malamute, Player, who got the nod and his seventh all breed BIS. Player is the nation’s number one Malamute.