Monday, August 15, 2011


GCH CH Hundeleben Queen's Armada SL

Our Monday Morning Mop Up includes some heady competitions across the US this week.  As results are still rolling in we will be jumping around a bit.

The fun started in Wisconsin on Friday in South Milwaukee where the Cudahy Kennel Club set up for two days.  On Friday, Denise Dean gathered the German Wirehaired Pointer, GCH CH MtView's Ripsnorter Silver Charm, the Longhaired Dachshund, GCH CH Hundeleben Queen's Armada SL, the Kuvasz, GCH CH Szumeria's Wildwood Silver Six Pence, the Norfolk Terrier, GCH CH Max-Well's Red A Apple, the Papillon, GCH CH Wingssong Rock Star, the Dalmatian, GCH CH Glen Oaks Firekeeper's Gambler, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Babheim's Captain Crunch.

Her BIS was the Dachshund, Cheese.  Cheese has been on a roll lately with four of his six Bests this year coming in the last two weeks.

CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Of Jatara

Saturday at the CKC’s day two show Jon Cole would see the above named GWP, the Saluki, CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Of Jatara, the aforementioned Kuvasz, the Colored Bull terrier, CH Aragon's Ruffin It At Honeytree, the Brussels Griffon, GCH CH Knolland Amber Moon, the Miniature Poodle, GCH CH Divine No Doubt Deagra, the Polish Lowland Sheepdog, GCH CH Swan Crest Windy City Robert Henry.

He chose the Saluki, Bubbles, as his BIS.  It’s the first of the year for Bubbles.  Congratulations to breeder Kathleen Morton and owners Jackie Harrington & Sara Winsted.

GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator
(Photo by Peggy Mundell-DogBreedz)

On Sunday the crowd would move to Racine WI for two with the Greater Racine Kennel Club.  Dana Cline’s all new seven  included the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Summits Emery It's In The Bag, the Harrier, GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator, the Doberman Pinscher, GCH CH Cambria's Must Be Fate, the Smooth Fox Terrier, GCH CH Waybroke Broxden Turning Tanner, the Blenheim & Prince Charles English Toy Spaniel, GCH CH Loujon Backroads To Paris, the Dalmatian, GCH CH Royalty's Taylormade Call Me Sir, and the Smooth Collie, GCH CH Travler's Pierce Arrow.

Best went to one of the rarest breeds in AKC, the Harrier, Chet.  It’s the third BIS of 2011 for Chet.  The fun continues today in Racine.  Check back with us later for results.


  1. Congratulations to all the above dogs! I was hoping, also, that your Monday morning mop up would also include Minnesota where the ESS Peyton earned back2back BIS, bringing his total for the year to 10. For a newcomer to the scene with only 7 months of showing, ain't too shabby!