The entry was down at Saturday’s Harrisburg (PA) Kennel Club show, but it was still a sizeable affair with over 2100 dogs entered. Garry Newton’s final seven were the Weimaraner, CH Graytsky's Stratus Sphere CD RA TD, the Scottish Deerhound, CH Foxcliffe Hickory Wind, the Boxer, CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream, the Wire Fox Terrier, CH Jadee-Connacht Just You Wait, the Maltese, CH Ta Jon's Whose Your Daddy, the Miniature Poodle, CH Surrey Sugar Baby, and the Rough Collie, CH Kelso's Moon Dancin. His Best was the Number Two Hound, the Deerhound, Hickory. Mark that as her eighth top prize this year and good enough to move her back into the Top Ten Dogs All Breeds.
Sunday in Harrisburg PA, the host club was the Mason & Dixon Kennel Club and the BIS judge was Evie Sullivan. She had the choice of Hickory, the abovementioned Boxer, Scarlet, the Irish Setter, CH Shadagee’s Caught Red Handed, the Kerry Blue Terrier, CH Cranmoss Finbar Of Colinca, the Italian Greyhound, CH Honore’s Lily-Belle, the Standard Poodle, CH Unique Jewel Of The Crown, and the Old English Sheepdog, CH Whisperwood's Wild Biscuit. Her BIS was the country’s Number Three Dog All Breeds, the Boxer, Scarlet. That’s number nine for Scarlet and handler Diego Fernando Garcia and suddenly the it’s awfully close for our Top Three Dogs All Breeds.
The Mason & Dixon KC will continue the fun today with their day two show.