Monday, September 14, 2009


This was a busy week and though we did bring you several reports over the weekend there are lots we missed. In Region One, the Northeast Region, we had shows in Cape Cod and Pennsylvania. We gave you complete reports on the former. Here’s what we have on the latter. The PA shows started on Thursday in Gilbert with day one of the Pocono Kennel Club. You may remember we told you that show went to the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, CH Rokeena Carte Blanche.

CH Wassong Djebel Of Lollipop

On day two, the judge was Judy Harrington and the finalists were the German Wirehaired Pointer, CH Star K’S Mile Hi Valentine, the aforementioned PBGV, CeeJay, the Newfoundland, CH Bear N Mind’s The Guardian, the Airedale, CH Stirling Cool Hand Luke, the Smooth Coat Chihuahua, CH South Fork’s Go For Broke, the Tibetan Spaniel, CH Wassong Djebel Of Lollipop, and the Briard, CH Deju Vu Up Close & Personal. Her BIS was the Tibetan Spanel, Djebel. It was the third big rosetter this year for the nation’s number one Tibetan Spaniel.

CH Stirling Cool Hand Luke

On Saturday, everyone moved to Kempton for the Lehigh Valley Kennel Club’s show. The only Friday finalist to make Carolyn Tomas’ final was the Airedale, Lucas. Her remaining six were the Irish Setter, CH Shadagee Caught Red Handed, the Rhodesian Ridgeback, CH Of Afrikka Spring Valley Dorian Gray JC, the Doberman Pinscher, Ravenswood WinstonSpecial V Tangiss, the Keeshonden, CH Trumpet’s Shoot To Thrill, and the Shetland Sheepdog, Pashwoods Mountain Laurel. Lucas’ determination paid off with the BIS, the sixth this year for the country’s number one Airedale.

CH Shadagee Caught Red Handed

Sunday, they broke camp and relocated to Kutztown for the Berks County Kennel Club’s offering. Dr John Reeve-Newson saw Saturday finalist, the Irish Setter, Emily, Thursday BIS winner, the PBGV, CeeJay, Friday BIS winner & Friday finalist and Saturday BIS winner, the Airedale, Lucas, the Bernese Mountain Dog, Blumoon Tanzenite V Blackrock, the Miniature Pinscher, Merrywood’s Jersey Girl, the Schipperke, CH Aned’s LeRocher Noir, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, CH Ryslip History Boy. BIS went to the red hot Irish Setter, Emily. That’s number two this year for Emily.

We have lots more. Check back in a few.


  1. Sounds like the "Good OLE Days" before clusters when we went from show to show....Congratulations to all the winners!

  2. Sounds like the "Good OLE" days before clusters when we went from show sight to show sight. Congrats to all the winners!