Monday, February 15, 2010


We don’t mean to slight you guys who decided to hold local shows the same weekend as Westminster, so we apologize that we weren’t able to get to results of all this weekend’s shows before proceeding with our saturation coverage of Westminster.

CH Mojo's Rock'n Your World

Here’s some catch up for you. The Linn County Kennel Club held two shows in Albany OR this past weekend. On Saturday Richard Reynolds saw the English Springer Spaniel, CH Darkover Don't Dream It's Over, the Bloodhound, CH Quiet Creek's Windfall, the Akita, CH Mojo's Rock'n Your World, the American Staffordshire Terrier, CH Fraja NE Gold Ticket, the Silky Terrier, CH Tawny Mist Tumtation Strikes, the French Bulldog, CH Highwood’s Big Shot, and the Smooth Collie, CH Sunnland's Tom Terrific.

Day one went to the Akita, Coupe, 2009’s number one Akita and number five Working Dog. Coupe finished last year with 13 all breed Bests & 31 Working group top awards. Congratulations to breeders Paul & Stacey Borrmann, owners Stacy Bormann & Bill Rule, and handler Beep Lee.

CH Dalane Doizaki Buckingham's Pride

Sunday’s BIS was called by Dr Alvin Grossman who saw Coupe, the abovementioned Bloodhound, the Golden Retriever, CH Dalane Doizaki Buckingham's Pride, the Border Terrier, Full Throttles Tweed Of Kilcreggan, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, CH Full Of Malarkey Miles Of Aisles, the Keeshond, CH Wyndjamr's Winward Isle RN, and the German Shepherd Dog, CH Todorhaus Stetson. His Best was the Golden, Lexus. Congratulations to breeeders Jane & Dale Jensen, owners Hisato Doizaki & Jane Jensen, and handler Bruce F Schultz.


  1. Small correction... the Bloodhound, CH Quiet Creek's Windfall's call name is "Credo"

  2. Disregard previous comment. I now see that "Coupe" is the Akita, not the bloodhound. I misread