Saturday, June 1, 2013


GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor”

As we give you these results from last week’s  Seminole Kennel Club and Mid-Continent Kennel Club Of Tulsa shows in Tulsa OK, we take a moment to send our prayers and thoughts to the residents of Moore OK and the Oklahoma City metro area.  We occasionally get tornadoes here in Memphis, but nothing like they do in the Great Plains.

The SKC hosted days one & two and started with judge David Krogh mulling over the Irish setter, GCH CH  Bellary N Beaubriar Dazzler, the Borzoi, CH Promises Crown Jewel Nicholas, the Boxer, GCH CH Winfall I Dream of Style, the Staffordshire Bull terrier, GCH CH Cumhill Hellraiser, the Maltese, Affair White Star Of Eternity, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” to Pillowtalk, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails of Mystery.  Day one belonged to the Bichon, Honor, and the Boxer, Macey.  It would be the first of two BIS that Honor and handler Lisa Bettis would collect over the weekend.

GCH CH Winfall I Dream of Style 
(Photo by Rhonda Cassidy)

At the SKC’s day two show Dr Sophia Kaluzniacki would also go with Macey and Honor, making the Boxer BIS and the Bichon RBIS.  Rounding out her final were the Pointer, CH Chesterhope State Of T Art, the Saluki, GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles of Jatara, the Smooth Fox Terrier, CH Sayo's Jai Ho,  the Havanese, CH Peluito's Papi Chulo, and the returning Corgi, Libby.  Macey handler Michael Shepherd now have four BIS and 22 Working Groups this year, good enough to make Macey the Number One Boxer and the Number Seven Working Dog.

GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails of Mystery

At the MKCT’s day one show on Sunday Espen Engh would prefer Honor to the previously seen Corgi, Libby, whom he preferred to the previously seen Pointer, Miley, the Whippet, CH Harmony Midnight Lace At Aeolus JC, the Boxer, Macey, the aforementioned StaffyBull, Ollie, and the returning Havanese, Papi.  Honor is the country’s Number One Bichon and Number Three Non-Sporting Dog with seven BIS in 32 final appearances.

The seven dogs who stayed all the way to the end at Monday’s closer were the Pointer, Miley, the now familiar Saluki, Bubbles, the Boxer, Macey, the Norwich Terrier, GCH CH Skyscots Texas Hold’Em, the Italian Greyhound, GCH CH Voici Where there’s Smoke There’s Fire, the Bichon, Honor, and the Corgi, Libby.  Peter Green’s BIS was the Corgi, Libby, and his RBIS, was the Bichon, Honor.  Libby is the US’ Number One Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Number Two Herding Dog with five BIS and 25 Herding groups.


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