Friday, September 6, 2013


GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour

With five all breed shows Lexington KY drew many of the nation’s top dogs last week.  Check our archives on the right hand sidebar for Thursday and Friday results.

GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails of Mystery

On Saturday judge Rhonda Ralphs was in the final ring for the hometown Lexington Kennel Club.  The seven hoping to gain her favor were the English Springer Spaniel, CH Cerise Dixieland Dutchess, the Black & Tan Coonhound, CH Foxfire Full Force Gale, the Giant Schnauzer, GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour, the Russell Terrier, GCH CH Goldsands Columbus, the Pug, GCH CH Hill Country Tag I’m It, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” to Pillowtalk, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails of Mystery.

The Giant, Dora, was her BIS and the Corgi, Libby, was her RBIS.  It was the second BIS of the stop for Dora, the nation’s Number Two Working Dog and Number Four Dog All Breeds with 19 BIS and 48 Working groups.

GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm

The Coonhound, Pug, and Bichon would return on Sunday to see BIS judge Susan St John-Brown.  Joining them were the Pointer, GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm, the Standard Schnauzer, GCH CH Blackhawk Finnegan’s Wake, the Welsh Terrier, GCH CH Shaireab Bayleigh Maid of Honor, and the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Bugaboo’s Picture Perfect.

GCH CH Shaireab Bayleigh Maid of Honor  

She would go with the Pointer, Stormy, as her Best and the Welsh Terrier, Jennie, as her Reserve.  It’s the first BIS of the year for Stormy and breeder/owner/handler Dr Patricia Haines.  Congratulations to Patti, co-breeders Peggy Davis, Amy Walker and Racheal Murphy, and owners Thaddeus Haines and Peggy Davis.

GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” to Pillowtalk

The Mid-Kentucky Kennel Club had Monday’s closer and they asked Charles Olvis to choose his top two from the English Setter, GCH CH Stargazr'n Wingfield Time Will Tell, and the now familiar Coonhound, Giant Schnauzer, Welsh Terrier, Pug, Bichon, and the OES, GCH CH Bugaboo's Picture Perfect.

CH Foxfire Full Force Gale

He would select the Bichon, Honor as his BIS and the Coonhound, Molly, as his RBIS.  It’s the second BIS of the set and the 12th of the year for the nation’s Number Two Non-Sporting Dog.


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