Wednesday, September 8, 2010


Biloxi's White Sand Beaches

Here we are, still scrambling after last week’s show results and the new show week is upon us.  We won’t have the cornucopia of shows this week that accompanied last week’s summer swan song, but we do have an interesting group of shows.  Let’s do this geographically.  Up in New England, it will be the Carroll County Kennel Club Of New Hampshire with a Saturday/Sunday shows in North Conway NH.  The Westchester Kennel Club will abandon their historic home on the grounds of Jay Gould’s Lyndhurst Castle in Tarrytown NY and join forces with the Somerset Hills and Tuxedo Park Kennel Clubs for three days in North Branch NJ starting Friday.

We head west and find a string of two days shows from Ebensburg PA (the Altoona Area Kennel Association) to Ownesville OH (the Clermont County Kennel Club) to Davisburg MI (the Pontiac Kennel Club) to Wilmot WI (the Kenosha Kennel Club).  Take a left turn and head for Des Moines IA where the Des Moines Kennel Club will host the standard two or keep going to Sullivan MO and join the Missouri Rhineland Kennel Club for the same.

However, if you want more summer sun and fun head on down to the Red Neck Riviera town of Biloxi MS where the Mississippi Gulf Coast Toy Breed Club kicked off the fun today.  Four days of all breeds hosted by the Singing River Kennel Club Of Mississippi and the Mobile Kennel Club will follow with evenings at the Casinos and some of the world’s best seafood.  

Be prepared to drive a ways for the rest of our available shows, are two day affairs, spread through out the US.   The West Central Oklahoma Kennel Club’s two shows are in Elk City OK, 110 miles west of Oklahoma City.  The Rio Pecos Kennel Club will pitch camp in Roswell NM, easy to get to only for extraterrestrials.   The Evergreen Colorado Kennel Club’s gig is in Greeley, just an hour north of Denver.   Petaluma CA, 40 miles and a world away from San Francisco, is the site for the Redwood Empire Kennel Club’s two shows.    The Eugene Kennel Club will be at home in Eugene OR which is actually convenient to anyone with access to I-5.  While it may tank a couple hours in the family SUV to get to some of these shows, we promise you it will be worth the ride.


  1. MS show results: BIS judge Barbara Dempsey Alderman. Sporting GWP Ch Star Ks Mile High Valentine, Hound Pharaoh Ch Northgates As You Like It, Working a Bernese Mountain Dog, Terrier a Lakeland Terrier, Toy Peke Ch Franshaw Hear Me Roar, Non Sporting Bichon Ch Saks hamelot Little Drummer Boy, Herding Aussie Ch Copperridges Fire In Bayou Land. BIS, to break the breed record, was the Pharaoh Hound