Monday, March 28, 2011


GCH CH Quiet creek’s Kiss And Tell
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)

There were two venues in California this weekend.  We’ve already told you about the four raininy days in Vallejo, but there were also two shows from the Kern County Kennel Club in Bakersfield.  Day one ended with Jay Richardson considering the Brittany, CH Britt’s Ramblin Bourne Identity, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet creek’s Kiss And Tell, the Newfoundland, CH Bacchanal Spirit of Fleur De Lis, the Norfolk Terrier, GCH CH Max-Well’s Rainbow, the Affenpinscher, GCH CH Tamarin’s Top Banana, the Bichon Frise, PaRay’s Power & Privilege, and the Old English sheepdog, GCH CH Barkshire’s Nick of Time.  His Best was the Bloodhound, Kissy.   It’s the second BIS this year for Kissy, now a Top Five Hound.

GCH CH Sevenoaks Footprints OnTheMoon

On day two Kissy and the aforementioned Norfolk & Bichon would return to see BIS judge Vincent Mulligan.  Rounding out the final were the English Setter, GCH CH Sevenoaks Footprints OnTheMoon, the Boxer, GCH CH R and G’s Mystical Dancer, the Shih Tzu, CH Chenille’s Hearts On Fire, and the Bouvier des Flandres, GCH CH Westfalls Kyle’s mica of Paris.  It would be the English Setter, Aero, picking up his first all breed Best In Show.  Congratulations to breeder Hilary Oakes, owners Vanessa Maynard &  Sam Maynard, and handler Carlos Carizzo.  And we have our first vanity video of the year!


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