We have 21 all breed shows in six different venues this week. Let’s check in and see how they have been going. New York fanciers are in Suffern NY for three shows with the Wallkill Kennel Club and the Rockland County Kennel Club. The WKC had the Friday opener and they asked Roberto Clemente to choose his top two from the German Shorthaired Pointer, GCH CH Robin Crest Edelmarke Investigator, the American Foxhound, GCH CH Kiarry’s Pandora’s Box, the Siberian Husky, CH Snowfire's Holy Moses, the Lakeland Terrier, GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot, the Havanese, GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Qbin Who's On First, the Tibetan Terrier, GCH CH Rinchen's Blazing Black Icon, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Riverside Get Over It.
The two he liked were the Foxhound, Jewel, and the Lakeland, Spot. Jewel has been the country’s Number One Hound for the last two seasons and already has nine BIS in just 14 final attempts.
Bonnie Threlfall had the RCKC’s day one final and her pick of the Weimaraner, GCH CH Doc N Camelot's Heaven Can Wait, the Foxhound, Jewel, the Samoyed, CH McMagic's Mojo, the Kerry Blue Terrier, GCH CH Class Act By Hallsblu, the Maltese, GCH CH Ta-Jon’s Pawsitively Pawparazzi, the aforementioned Tibetan Terrier, and the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Dunhill Celebration.
GCH CH Rinchen's Blazing Black Icon
She chose a new two, the Maltese, Snapshot, and the Tibetan Terrier, Michael. Snapshot is another dog catching the Westminster Wave after making the cut in the Toy Group at the Garden. It’s the first of the year for Snapshot and owner/handler Tim Lehman who finished 2012 with two BIS and eight Toy Groups. Congratulations to Tim and breeder/owner Tammy Simon.