Tuesday, February 15, 2011

WESTMINSTER BOXER, ROTT, & KUVASZ

GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)

Results are starting to pour in from Madison Square Garden and the 135th show of the Westminster Kennel Club and we are happy to say that our Westminster reports start with breed wins by three of our WWW picks.  One of the most heated competitions were the Boxers where the favorite prevailed.  The 2010 Number One Working Dog, GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream represents the breed tonight.   Congratulations to breeders Tina Porter & Lee Stanton, owners Debbie McCarroll & Mark Fagan & Mrs Jack Billhardt & Sergio Tenenbaum, and handler Diego Fernando Garcia.

GCH CH Cammcastle’s Friar Tuck

The Boxer, Scarlett, will be challenged by last year’s Number Two Working Dog, the Rottweiler, GCH CH Cammcastle’s Friar Tuck, bred by Angela Payne & Suzan Otto, owners Anthony O'Brien & Vicky O'Brien, and handled Holly Eldred.  Bravo Team Tux!

GCH CH Szumeria's Wildwood Silver Six Pence

Our DOG2WATCH, the Kuvasz, GCH CH Szumeria's Wildwood Silver Six Pence, bred by Beatrice Page, Clay Page, Lynn Brady, & Constance Townsend, owned by Mercedes Vila, Lynn Brady, Constance Townsend, & Claudia Muir, and handled by Diana Wilson, will give Scarlett and Tux all they can handle.   Congratulations to all those behind this marvelous dog.

7 comments:

  1. Yeah Holley and Team Tux!!!

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  2. Do dogs pay you to promote them at the expense of others? The predictability of judging "follow the money" is a major reason the "little fella" has been driven outof the ring.

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  3. Tux is beautful but I love Scarlett she is just amazing

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  4. Wish trolls would go back under their bridges.
    Love that big white dog!

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  5. We own a rescued Kuvasz. She is a loyal and playful family member.
    Glad this breed is getting their day! Congrats!

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  6. It was quite obvious that, Scarlet asked for it all the way.Fantastic bitch. Handler is great, one of the best.Guess the garden didn't want another " Prima Donna !"

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  7. What an exciting working group. The two white dogs held their own as excellent examples of their breed.

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