Monday, September 26, 2011


GCH CH Chancellor High Flyin' Gladiator

With several breed specialties and an all Toy limited breed show as warm ups, the three all breed shows at Purina Farms in Gray Summit MO  presented some of the most fierce competition of this weekend.  Read about Friday’s St Louis Dog Breeders Association here.

Saturday’s event was hosted by the Spirit of the Heartland Kennel Club.  The seven who made it to Darryl Vice’s final were the English Setter, GCH CH Stargazr'n Wingfield Wait Wait Don't Tell, the Whippet, GCH CH Starline's Chanel, the Rottweiler, GCH CH Chancellor High Flyin' Gladiator, the American Staffordshire Terrier, GCH CH Alpine's Highwayman, the Havanese, GCH CH Adorabull That's Better Than Sex, the Dalmatian, CH Royalty's Splash Of Taylor, and the German Shepherd Dog, Joelle's Golddigger Of Jeseffan. 

Picking up the BIS was the Rott, Pilot.  It brings Pilot’s 2011 tally to three all breed Bests and 21 Working Groups.  Pilot and handler Perry Pason have moved up more than 20 spots in the all breed rankings in the three weeks.

GCH CH Alpine‘s Highwayman

Sunday’s Jefferson County Kennel Club’s BIS was called by Linda Riedel.  Her seven included the German Wirehaired Pointer, GCH CH Mt View Ripsnorter’s Silver Charm, the Ibizan Hound, Serqet Shady Grove Autumn, the Bocer, GCH CH Winfall I Dream of Style, the American Staffordshire Terrier, GCH CH Alpine‘s Highwayman, the Pug, GCH CH Caper's Sirius Endeavor, the Miniature Poodle, Alegria Irridescent, and the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Lambluv Gambolon Blue Thunder.

Her Best In Show was the AmStaff Jelly.  Jelly and breeder/owner/handler will have the momentum going into October’s big Terrier week, with eight BIS & 31 Terrier Groups this year with three of the big rosettes coming in the last month.


  1. Go Jelly!!!!!! Time for a new AmStaff to win Montgomery!