GCH CH Quail Garden Loch Lomond Déjà vu
Our next report comes in from the Pacific Northwest where the Greater Clark County Kennel Club’s two shows in Ridgefield WA drew some of the week’s largest entries. On Saturday the seven dogs that made it to judge Judith Daniels’ final were winnowed down from 1886 entries. They were the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Hil-N-Don & Canyonwood Seemore Of Me, the 15” Beagle, GCH CH Foxtail’s Race For The Chase, the Standard Schnauzer, GCH CH Chateau Palos Treaty Of Goarrhein TD, the Cairn Terrier, GCH CH Hjohoo’s Save Hjour Love For Me, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, GCH CH Quail Garden Loch Lomond Déjà vu, the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore, and the Belgian Tervuren, GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Solo.
Taking home all those points was the Beagle, JJ. Taking home the Reserve ribbon was the Cavalier, DJ (No, we didn’t make that up). It was the first BIS in five final appearances this year for JJ. Congratulations to breeders/owners Sheri L Berndt-Smith & Darrell C Smith. We hope to have a photo for you soon.
GCH CH Snowdowne My Favorite Color Is Purple
Sunday judge Walter Sommerfeldt would get a mostly new seven, the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Rush Hill’s Drama’geddon JH, the Black & Tan Coonhound, GCH CH Windbourne HD Ranch King Of The Road, the Rottweiler, GCH CH Highwood’s Call Of The Wild, the Miniature Bull Terrier, GCH CH Cambria’s Kid N Play, the Pomeranian, GCH CH CR Chase What Matters, the sole returning finalist, the Standard Poodle, Ally, and the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Snowdowne My Favorite Color Is Purple.
GCH CH Windbourne HD Ranch King Of The Road
Packing up the BIS was the OES, Violet. The Coonhound, Roy, would take home the RBIS. Violet has been making her presence known lately, picking up her first BIS of the year back in October. Sunday’s win was her second in just three trips to the final ring.