GCH CH Derby's Toast with Gusto
Our next report comes in from the town of Navasota TX, 70 miles northwest of Houston. The Brazsos Valley Kennel Club hosted two shows on March 30th and 31st, capping day one with Rodney Merry’s final. His seven hopefuls were the Irish Setter, CH Jadestar Rifleman, the 15” Beagle, Honey Pot's Poetry In Motion, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, GCH CH Derby's Toast with Gusto, the Norwich Terrier, CH Thunderwood's First Robin Of Spring, the Pug, CH Bookmark's Uncommonly Good, the Keeshond, Ruttkay Chance, and the Bouvier des Flandres, CH Quiche's Infinity And Beyond.
CH Thunderwood's First Robin Of Spring
Best went to the Greater Swiss, Gus, and Reserve went to the Norwich, Robbie. It’s Gus’ third Best In Show of the year.
GCH CH Saks Winning Card
Sunday Paula Hartinger would consider the above named Irish Setter, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Maya's Mockingbird, the Siberian Husky, CH Antara's Fat Bottomed Girl, the Norwich, Robbie, the Havanese, GCH CH Yayas Dancing Through Life, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Saks Winning Card, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Riverside Telltail Coco Posh.
She would choose the Bichon, Bingo, as her Best and the Irish Setter, as her Reserve. Bingo and handler Scott Sommer now have four BIS this season.