CH Newtnine Crown Of Queen
Our next report comes in from Northern California where exhibitors are gathered in the town of Hanford CA for four days with the Sequoia Kennel Club and the Kings County Kennel Club. The KC had the Thursday and Friday spots, and chose judge Janet Turnage Nahikian to call the day one final. The seven dogs she considered the Golden Retriever, Doizaki Buckingham’s Legacy, the Borzoi, GCH CH Majenkir Bookstor Vintage Glamour, the Portuguese Water Dog, GCH CH Patriot’s Designer Girl, the Irish Terrier, GCH CH Rockledge McCallen Of Meath, the Toy Fox Terrier, GCH CH Ultra Quest Go For The Gold, the Bichon Frise, CH Newtnine Crown Of Queen, and the Shetland Sheepdog, GCH CH PaRay Preferential.
GCH CH Ultra Quest Go For the Gold
Topping the seven was the Bichon, Queen. Taking the Reserve was the Toy Fox, Oliver. It was the first BIS this year for Chinese import. Congratulations to breeder Cheng Wai Chung, owner Xu Ze Rue, and handler Paul Flores.
GCH CH Tells Matrix Reloaded
(photo by Gay Glazbrook)
On Friday judge Dr Jose Luis Payro would get an all new seven, the Weimaraner, GCH CH Simpatico Equal Justice, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Tells Matrix Reloaded, the Boxer, CH R and G n Hunter Creeks Mystical Attraction, the Airedale Terrier, CH Penaire Cash Game Of Longvue, the Pekingese, GCH CH Dunkirk Imagine That, the French Bulldog, CH Bayou Ridge Hilsman’s Coco Bean At Homewood, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Mariels Harvest Moon.
GCH CH Dunkirk Imagine That
That His BIS was the Afghan, Matrix, and his RBIS was the Peke, Tommy. The win, Matrix’ sixth BIS in 12 final attempts this year, will make him the nation’s Number One Hound.