GCH CH Chancellor Flirt's High Flyin' Gladiator
While the prestige and famous faces were gathered in Chicago this week, the numbers were actually larger on the West Coast. The Silver Bay Kennel Club Of San Diego packed in nearly as many points in their two days as Chicago did in four. On Saturday the seven dogs hoping to take home the points from a 1700 dog entry were the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Trance Mission JP Cunard Adventure, the Borzoi, GCH CH Majenkir Bookstor Vintage Glamour, the Rottweiler, GCH CH Chancellor Flirt's High Flyin' Gladiator, the Miniature Bull Terrier, GCH CH Dytona VIP, the Pomeranian, GCH CH CR Chase What Matters, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH PaRay Power & Privilege, and the Canaan Dog, GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara.
GCH CH PaRay Power & Privilege
Best went to the Rottweiler, Pilot, and Reserve went to the Bichon, Dominick. Pilot and handler Perry Payson have been among the Top Ten Working Dogs for the last three years and picked up a Group Four at the Westminster Kennel Club show earlier this month. This is the second BIS of the year for Pilot.
GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell
(Photo by Kayla Bertagnolli courtesy of Best In Show Daily)
Pilot and Dominick were back on Sunday to plead their cases with BIS judge David Bolus. Joining them were the Clumber Spaniel, GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell, the Miniature Schnauzer, GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye, the Pekingese, GCH CH Dunkirk’s Imagine That, and the Australian Shepherd, CH Briarbrooks All Rights Reserved.
GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles
He went with the Bloodhound, Kissy, as his Best and the Clumber, Seymour, as his Reserve. Kissy now has two BIS this year in five final appearances.