GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)
Our Monday Morning Mop Up today will focus on big numbers and fresh faces. We are going to start out on the West Coast in the quintessential California paradise of Ventura. The three day stop provided better than 7000 points for the competitors and dogs from all over the nation flocked to the ocean side town to collect their share. Nonetheless, dogs from Southern California would dominate the weekend. You can read about Friday’s Channel City Kennel Club here.
GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin
The Wire Fox Terrier from Rialto CA, GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky, would collect the lion’s share of the points, taking home the big rosettes from both Saturday’s Santa Maria Kennel Club and Sunday’s Ventura County Dog Fanciers Association. Om Saturday, Sky and handler Gabriel Rangel would impress Judith Daniels more than the her Reserve BIS, the Basenji, GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin, the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova, the Alaskan Malamute, GCH CH Cantanya’s Latin Lover, the Chinese Crested, GCH CH Shida Glamazon, the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Brighton Lakeride Encore, or the Bouvier des Flandres, GCH CH Hatch Tillie de la Salsa.
GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova
(Photo by Jeffrey Hanlin)
Sunday, Carl Anderson would consider the same Springer, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell, the Siberian Husky, GCH CH Topaz’s Silver Lining, the Wire, Sky, the Pekingese, GCH CH Windmere's Dusting Of White At Pevyne, the Chow Chow, CH Padow's Twilight Embrey In A New Moon At Asans, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Coventry Allure at Wyndstar, before choosing Sky as his BIS and the Springer, Peyton as his RBIS.
The wins bring to 15 the number of all breed Bests this year for Sky. The question is how many spots will Sky move up in the rankings as a result. We will be the first to tell you.