Monday, April 7, 2014


GCH CH PaRay Preferential 

We start our Monday Morning Mop Up on the West Coast, 90 miles northwest of Los Angeles, in the town of Victorville CA where the Apple Valley Kennel Club was set up for two days. Sheila Polk’s final on Saturday included the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Foxboro N Shardust Authentic, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Thaon’s Wallstreet, the Boxer, GCH CH Hi Jinx This Is How I Roll, the White Bull Terrier, GCH CH Allegro Rockstar, the Chinese Crested, GCH CH Kulana’s Sh-Boom, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Newtnine Crown Of Queen, and the Shetland Sheepdog, GCH CH PaRay Preferential. 

GCH CH Foxboro N Shardust Authentic 

Her BIS was the Sheltie, Satoshi, and her RBIS was the Springer, Maddox. We first came upon Satoshi in January of 2013 when he took two BIS at the huge Rose City Cluster in Portland OR. Saturday’s win was the first this year for Satoshi and breeder/owner/handler Tray Pittman. Congratulations to Tray and co-owner Kim Furlong. 

GCH CH Newtnine Crown Of Queen 
(photo by Vicki Holloway)

Satoshi, the Afghan, Wally, and the Bichon, Queenie, would all return to judge Lou Guerrero’s final on Sunday. Joining them were the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Sandpiper’s Let Freedom Ring, the Great Pyrenees, GCH CH Honor’s Promise to the Future, the Miniature Bull Terrier, GCH CH Cambria’s Kid n Play, and the Pomeranian, GCH CH Hi-Times What The Inferno. 

GCH CH Hi-Times What The Inferno 

Judge Guerrero would tap Satoshi’s kennel mate, the Bichon, Queenie, for his Best and the Pomeranian, Danny, as his Reserve. It was the second BIS in six final appearances this year for Queenie and handler Paul Flores.


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