Tuesday, May 31, 2011


GCH CG Segni at Coventry
(Photo by Derek Glas)

We start our trek up the west coast in Southern California where dog fanciers were in the town of Pomona these past four days.  Check the archives for reports on Friday and Saturday’s shows.  On Sunday, it was the Los Encinos Kennel Club and Jeffrey Pepper, looking for a BIS  out of an entry of 2,140 dogs.  The seven who made it to the last ring were the German Shorthaired Pointer, GCH CH Shortales N Cahoots W Irondale JH, the Saluki, Anjel Sahara Habib, the Siberian Husky, GCH CH Echo‘s Call Bourne to be Wild, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH Steele Your Heart, the Affenpinscher, GCH CH Tamarin Top Banana, the Miniature Poodle, CH Danfour Debutante, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Segni at Coventry.

His top dog was the lovely Corgi, Molly.  Molly and handler Jenny Wornall have been  quietly working their way up the rankings.  This win, their second of the cluster and sixth of the season, will move them up substantially.

GCH CH Shortales N Cahoots W Irondale JH

The Antelope Valley Kennel Club wrapped things up on Monday with Sulie Greendale-Paveza calling the final final.  She chose her best of the above mentioned GSP, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell, the Kuvasz, GCH CH Szumeria’s Wildwood Silver Six Pence, the Miniature Schnauzer, GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye, the Long Coat Chihuahua, GCH CH Kokura Yama Jp Silent Rose, the Chow Chow, GCH CH Fortune All Eyez On Me, and the Corgi, Molly.

It was the GSP, Sting, getting the big win on the final day.  Sting has garnered three all breed Bests this year and is  now the Number One GSP, all systems.


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