GCH CH Aberdeen’s Under the Influence
Wilmot WI was the site of this weekend’s Kenosha Kennel Clubshows. Saturday’s seven finalists werethe English Setter, GCH CH Aerden’s Pretty in Pink JH, the Otterhound, GCH CHAberdeen’s Under the Influence, the Doberman Pinscher, Rolin’s No Reservations,the Smooth Fox Terrier, Groove N TaDa Hifalutin, the Long Coat Chihuahua, CH LonePine's Boston Legal D'Ouachitah, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor”to Pillowtalk, and the Polish Lowland Sheepdog, GCH CH Ponwood's Smoky.
GCH CH Aerden’s Pretty in Pink JH
Judge George Boulton’s top two were the Otterhound, DUI, andthe Setter, KiKi. We don’t get to seetoo many Otterhounds go Best, but DUI has done it three times this year.
GCH CH Gamegard I'll Have Another at Braeside
DUI and the Bichon, Honor, would be the only of Saturday’sfinalists to return on Sunday to see BIS judge Richard Beauchamp. Joining them were the Chesapeake BayRetriever, CH Albridens The Show Must Go On, the Rottweiler, GCH CH GamegardI'll Have Another at Braeside, the Irish Terrier, GCH Sharob’s Commander In Chief,the Pug, GCH CH Jasez Pinkk Vulcan God If Fire, and the Briard, GCH CH LightningStrike El Xargall.
CH Albridens The Show Must Go On
Getting the BIS was the Rottweiler, Indy. The Chessie, Aries, took home the Reserve ribbon. It’s the first for one year old Indy. Congratulations to breeders L Fried, V O'Brien, V Weaver, & Dr Bach and owner/handler Holley Eldred.