GCH CH Glenleigh Gang's 'N Roses
We have several really good Bichon Frise out right now and two of them were in Missouri and Arkansas recently to collect BIS. GCH CH Glenleigh Gang's 'N Roses was in Gray Summit MO two weeks ago for the Rolla Missouri Kennel Club’s two shows. On Saturday Governor was Ray Filburn’s pick over the Pointer, GCH CH Penpoint-Honor Abracadabra, the Whippet, Devereaux Mama Mia At Warburton, the RBIS, the Rottweiler, GCH CH Ecko Ridge's Big Easy Fast And Furious, the Smooth Fox Terrier, CH Arden High Mtn Adventurer, the Japanese Chin, Touche's Top Hat And Tails At Samskara, and the Belgian Tervuren, GCH CH Stonewall's Let's Make It A Double.
Governor has two BIS in 15 final appearances this year.
GCH CH Lambluv Live The Dream
Sunday, Governor would be back to see judge Sandy Wheat. However, judge Wheat would prefer the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Lambluv Live The Dream, as her Best and the Toy Poodle, GCH CH Sharbelle Silhouette, as her Reserve. Her remaining four hopefuls were the Irish Setter, CH Stoneypoints Time To Reign, the 13” Beagle, CH Vinlas LA Ink, and the same Rottweiler, & Smooth Fox.
The OES, Sue, is the latest offering from Old English maven, Jere Marder. Sue and Jere now have two BIS and nine Herding Groups to their credit this year.
GCH CH Saks Winning Card
(Photo by Malinda Julien)
The same weekend the Bichon, GCH CH Saks Winning Card, was on the Arkansas side of the town that straddles two states, Texarkana, for the hometown kennel club’s two shows. On Saturday Bingo would be Robert Caswell’s choice for BIS and the Pointer, GCH CH Chesterhope State Of T Art, would be his choice for RBIS. Rounding out the final seven were the Ibizan Hound, CH Serandida East So Bigstar, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, GCH CH Derby's Toast with Gusto, the Welsh Terrier, CH Malvado Devil Woman, the Papillon, GCH CH Involo The King Of Pop, the Australian Shepherd, CH Broadways Cruisin Like Royalty Of Canyon Lake.
Bingo is the country’s Number One Bichon Frise and Number Three Non-Sporting Dog with nine BIS and 26 Non-Sporting Groups.
GCH CH Chesterhope State Of T Art
(Photo by Rhonda Cassidy)
Sunday’s TKC BIS & RBIS were the previously seen Pointer, Miley, and Bingo, the Bichon. We suppose BIS judge Christina Hubbell might have chosen the above mentioned Ibizan, Greater Swiss, Papillon, or the Saluki, CH Appalachia’s Allamyrra Hajji, the above named Greater Swiss, the Norfolk Terrier, GCH CH Barnstable Bold Over, the aforementioned Papillon, or the Rough Collie, GCH CH Arrowhill Swords Held High, but she didn’t.
Miley is the Number One Pointer and the Number Nine Sporting Dog in the US with seven all breed Bests and 24 Sporting Groups.