GCH CH Meadowlake Pants on Fire
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)
One place we didn’t visit this weekend was St Joseph MO where the hometown St Joseph Kennel Club hosted two shows. The seven dogs that made it to judge Robert Schreve’s final on Saturday were the German Shorthaired Pointer, CH Kan Points Makin The Chase, the Saluki, GCH CH Auroras The Song & Dance Man, the Doberman Pinscher, CH Vonduras Xcelerator Belle Ami, the Border Terrier, GCH CH Meadowlake Pants on Fire, the Pomeranian GCH CH CR Chase What Matters, the Dalmatian, GCH CH Folklore Celtic Crossfire Trail, and the Rough Collie, CH Kelmars Best Kept Secret.
His top two were the Border Terrier and the GSP. The Border Terrier, Cinder, now has two BIS and one RBIS in three final appearances this year. Seems this one is aptly named.
CH Antara’s Nothing To Sneeze At
Cinder would be judge James Fredricksen’s Reserve Best In Show on Sunday, behind his Best In Show, the Siberian Husky, CH Antara’s Nothing To Sneeze At. Judge Fredericksen would also consider the same GSP, Saluki, Pom, the Keeshond, GCH CH Ruttkay Chance, and the Australian Shepherd, GCH CH McMatt’s Autumn Breeze. It was the first for the two year old bitch. Congratulations to breeder/owner/handler Erin Brandon, breeder/owner Tedi Devlin, and co-breeder Thomas Oelschlager.