GCH CH Riverside Get Over It
We last visited Marshall MI Friday to tell you that the Black & Tan Coonhound, GCH CH Foxfire’s Full Force Gale, at the Jaxon Kennel Club’s day two show. The Sturgis Kennel Club had the coveted Saturday spot and they put judge Alice Inman in the final ring with the Gordon Setter, GCH CH Sastya’s Eleven Eleven, the Norwegian Elkhound, GCH CH Silhouette’s AU Fish, the Giant Schnauzer, GCH CH Skansen’s Holy Knight, the Russell Terrier, GCH CH Goldsands Columbus, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Seneca Manor Native Dancer, the Tibetan Terrier, CH Cedar Creek She’s Got It All, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Riverside Get Over It.
GCH CH Skansen’s Holy Knight
(Photo by Vicki Holloway)
She chose the Corgi, Gigi, as her Best and the Giant, Knight. It’s the first this year for Gigi in seven final attempts. Congratulations to breeder/owner/handler Deborah Shindle and co-breeder Tonya Jordan.
GCH CH Goldsands Columbus
(Photo by Lynda Beam)
Sunday’s final was in the hands of judge Rita Bell. The seven she considered were the Berrien Kennel Club, the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Ocoee Dsqd With A Vengeance, the Longhaired Dachshund, CH Kaycees Galewinns Starburst At Wagsmore MLD, the Giant, Knight, the aforementioned Russell, Bosse, the Blenheim & Prince Charles English Toy Spaniel, GCH CH Loujon Thornwood Little Jacob, the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Ale Kai Hillwood Celebration, and the Puli, GCH CH Moonshadow Rongyos Kis Medve.
Best was the country’s Number Eight Dog All Breeds, the Russell Terrier, Bosse, Reserve the Standard Poodle. The nation’s Number Two Terrier has 14 BIS and 51 Terrier Groups this year.