GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)
We had hoped the opening day of Woofstock would show us something more than the usual group of Californian heavy hitters and we were not disappointed. The day one final included dogs from Canada, Michigan, & Texas , as well as California. What they did have in common was they all were BIS winners.
GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles
The first two days are being hosted by the Lake County Kennel Club who chose judge Vicki Abbot to choose the first day Best In Show and Reserve. Her seven dogs included the Clumber Spaniel, GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Thaon’s Wallstreet, the Giant Schnauzer, GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky, the Japanese Chin, GCH CH Victory Spencer, the Bulldog, GCH CH MyToys Epic Against the Wind (who topped an entry of 78 Bulldogs today), and the Bouvier des Flandres, GCH CH Stonepillar’s Steel Blu.
Her Best was the country’s Best, the Number One Dog All Breeds, the Wire, Sky. The Clumber, the nation’s Number Seven Dog, Seymour, took the Reserve award. The win today was worth 1413 points and increases Sky’s lead on the field to 12,000 dogs defeated. And she has three more chances to increase that margin.