Tuesday, July 30, 2013

THE WEEKEND CONTINUES IN WISCONSIN



CH Cambria’s Vraiment Parfait

Great Lakes fanciers are still in the show ring today at the Burlington Wisconsin Kennel Club show in Elkhorn WI.  When we last visited Packerland, we told you that the Boston Terrier, GCH CH Gunther’s Gussied Up Edna, had just won Saturday’s Waukesha Kennel Club show in that Wisconsin town. 

Saturday WKC final saw judge Ekarat Sangkunakup in the BIS ring with the American Water Spaniel, GCH CH Waterway Game CRK Hot Diggity JH, the Otterhound, GCH CH Aberdeen’s Under the Influence, the Doberman Pinscher, CH Cambria’s Vraiment Parfait, the Russell Terrier, GCH CH Goldsands Columbus, the Pug, GCH CH Hill Country’s Tag I’m It, the Boston Terrier, Edna, and the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Spiritwood’s A Dream Is A Wish.

The two he liked were two ingĂ©nues, the Doberman, Zsa Zsa, and the Beardie, Ziva.  It’s the first BIS for the Zsa Zsa and breeder/handler Ann White.  Congratulations to Ann, co-breeder Jim White, and owners Glen Lajeski & Ann Wulbrecht.

GCH CH Anne-Isle’s Promise Keeper TDX OJP OAP RA CGC

Everyone packed up Sunday and moved to Elkhorn WI for the Burlington Wisconsin Kennel Club’s two shows.  Yesterday only the Russell Terrier, Bosse, would make it back to the final ring to see BIS judge Nikki Riggsbee.  Joining him were the English Setter, GCH CH Aerden’s Pretty In Pink JH, the Whippet, Templar Zepeda Under The Boardwalk, a different Doberman, GCH CH Vondura’s Xcelerator Belle Amie, a different Pug, GCH CH Caper’s Sirius Endeavor, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” to Pillowtalk, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Anne-Isle’s Promise Keeper TDX OJP OAP RA CGC.

GCH CH Goldsands Columbus
(Photo by Kayka Bertagnolli)

Bosse would collect the RBIS, but the GSD, Tucker, captured home the BIS.  Another first timer, Tucker was bred by Martha Simonett, who co-owns Tucker with Curt & Kristan Laczniak.   Congratulations to them all.

1 comments:

  1. The entries are smaller at Waukesha and Elkhorn than they used to be, but no matter what, a lot of quality dogs come in for these shows (and then often head straight to Canfield). The groups were filled with contenders!

    And it wasn't even hot this year!

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