GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe
We are still wrapping up last weekend’s reports. This morning we have the results of the Ozarks Kennel Club’s two shows in Springfield MO, where we had the rarity of BACK2BACK BIS by a Basset Hound. (We don’t get a shot at that kind of alliteration often) Saturday, the country’s Number One Basset Hound, GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe, was Dr Robert Berndt BIS. DR Berndt also liked the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, CH Claymores Madame Butterfly, whom he gave the RBIS.
Rounding out Saturday’s final were the German Shorthaired Pointer, GCH CH Kan Points Makin The Chase, the Boxer, GCH CH Winfall I Dream of Style, the Norwich Terrier, GCH CH Skyscots Texas Hold’Em, the Brussels Griffon, GCH CH Endor and Donandru's New Moon, and the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Dawin Hearts on Fire.
CH Jan Le's Deck The Walls
Sunday the Basset, Tiger, impressed judge Fred Bassett, more than did the RBIS, the Pomeranian, CH Jan Le's Deck The Walls, the English Cocker Spaniel, GCH CH Newstead Echoes Of Love, the Boxer, Macey, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, GCH CH Cumhil Hellraiser, the Chinese Shar-Pei, GCH CH Jade East Do You Know The Way To San Jose, and the Polish Lowland Sheepdog, GCH CH Ponwood's Smoky.
Tiger is the only Basset Hound to win a BIS this year. He and handler Brian Martin have seven BIS and 45 Hound Groups, good enough to make Tiger the Number Seven Hound in the US.