GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky
We will depart from our usual east to west departing pattern and visit Tucson AZ to tell you about the four shows hosted by the Madera Canyon Kennel Club & the Canada Del Oro Kennel Club. The shows Friday through Monday format made for so interesting match ups.
GCH CH Winamere N Gold Camp Simply D Best
The MCKC took the first two days putting Gloria Geringer in the first final with the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Winamere N Gold Camp Simply D Best, the Harrier, GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator, the Boxer, GCH CH R and G’s Mystical Dancer, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky, the Chinese Crested, GCH CH Déjà vu I Want’a Talk About Me, the Chow Chow, CH Tamarin Velvet Fogg, and the Shetland Sheepdog, CH Sandcastle Raggedy Ann.
Taking the first day’s awards were the Springer, Patron, with the Reserve, and the Wire, Sky, with the BIS.
GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell
Saturday’s MCKC final was in the hands of Linda More who had her choice of the same Springer, Boxer, Wire Fox, & Sheltie, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell, the Havanese, GCH CH Bellatak McDreamy, and the Dalmatian, GCH CH Kastle’s Go Speed Racer.
This time the Wire, Sky, would claim the RBIS, while the Bloodhound, Kissie, would sniff out the BIS. Kissie is the nation’s Number One Bloodhound with seven BIS in 32 final appearances.
GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration
Kissie, Sky, & the above named Havanese would all be back for the CDOKC’s first final on Sunday. Rounding out Lowell Davis’ final were the Clumber Spaniel, GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles, the Great Dane, GCH CH De Joie's Tomfoolery V Lost Creek, the Tibetan Terrier, GCH CH Starlight's Lady In Waiting, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Lakota's Hitman of Cantar.
Picking up her second BIS of the set was the Wire, Sky, with the RBIS going to the Clumber, Seymour. Sky is AKC’s Number Four Dog all Breeds with 32 BIS and 82 Terrier Groups.
GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova
Arlene Davis would close the set in the company of the now familiar Bloodhound, Great Dane, Wire Fox, & Dalmatian. Joining them were the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova, the Pomeranian, GCH CH Oakrose High N' Mighty, and the Canaan Dog, GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara. Once again Sky would take the Reserve award. The Best In Show would go to the country’s Number Two dog All Breeds, the Springer, Peyton. Peyton and handler Robin Novack are in hot pursuit of the Number One Dog. Their 54th BIS of the season will put them about 2300 points behind.
All photos are by Kayla Bertagnolli courtesy Best In Show Daily.