Monday, April 18, 2011


GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy

There were four shows in Grove OK this week.  We did give you a report on Thursday’s show.  Here’s the rest of the story.  At Friday's Northeast Oklahoma Kennel Club show, Arley Hussin gathered the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creeks Windfall, the Kuvasz, GCH CH Szumerias Wildwood Silver Six Pence, the Irish Terrier, CH Sugarbushs American Girl, the Shih Tzu, GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Austin Powers, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Babheims Captain Crunch, in his final ring.

It was the Bichon, Drummer, posting the BACK2BACK win.  Drummer’s eleventh BIS of the year will make the run for Number One Non-Sporting Dog a little more interesting. 

GCH CH Szumerias Wildwood Silver Six Pence

Six of Friday’s finalists were joined by the American Staffordshire Terrier, CH Alpine’s Ring of Fire, in Paula Hartinger’s day one Bartlesville Kennel Club final on Saturday.  She would choose the Kuvasz, Tanner. As her Best.  Tanner, the Number Two Working Dog, now has six top prizes this year and a Top Ten berth.

GCH CH Babheims Captain Crunch
(Photo by Patt Kolesar)

Sunday on day two of the BKC, the above named Springer, Kuvasz, Irish Terrier, Bichon, & GSD, would be challenged by the Harrier, CH Happy Tails Keepin The Faith, and the Havanese, Adorabulls Thats Better Than Sex, for the BIS.  Houston Clark would prefer the Number One Herding Dog, the GSD, Capi.  The Mexican import rocketed to the top of his Group since his arrival in the US and now has six BIS


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