GCH CH Weymouth’s En Fuego
Saturday’s Delaware County Kennel Club show in York PA demonstrated how tough the competition is out there this year, with four of judge Theresa Hundt’s hopefuls making their first appearance final appearance of the week on day four of the stop. The Working Group representative, the St Bernard, GCH CH Aksala’s Peyton, earned his spot by besting the nation’s Number One Dog, the Portuguese Water Dog, GCH CH Claircreek’s Impression de Matisse, in the group competition.
Judge Hundt’s remaining six were the English Setter, GCH CH Weymouth’s En Fuego, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creeks Double or Nothing for Heather, the Scottish Terrier, GCH CH McVan’s To Russia with Love, the Toy Poodle, GCH CH Smash JP Beauty & Beat, the Boston Terrier, GCH CH Katbird’s Evolution Matters at Kayas, and the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Classical’s My Turn. At the end of the day the two who prevailed were the Setter, Blaze, and the Bloodhound, Roulette.
It was the first BIS in ten final attempts this season for Blaze. Congratulations to breeders/owners
Penny & Tony DiSiena, Glen & Sue Godley, owner Sandra Nordstrom, and handler Katie Shepard.