GCH CH Topaz Bad Action
Our next stop is in Southern California where the Conejo Kennel Club has completed their two day set. Thursday’s final was in the hands of judge Sheila DiNardo who considered the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Sandpiper’s Let Freedom Ring, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek's Limited Edition, the Siberian Husky, GCH CH Topaz Bad Action, the Cairn Terrier, GCH CH Hjohoo’s Save Hjour Love For Me, the Pekingese, GCH CH Dunkirk Imagine That, the Finnish Spitz, GCH CH Mickywins Mainio Skandia CGC, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Coventry Fly Me To The Moon.
Her Best was the Siberian, Reese, her Reserve, the Golden, Freedom. It’s the first BIS in eight final appearances this year for Reese. Congratulations to breeder/owner Cheryl French and handler Stephanie House.
GCH CH Sandpiper’s Let Freedom Ring
The Golden, Freedom, would be the only of Thursday’s finalists to make it back to judge Robert Widden’s BIS ring. She was joined by the Basenji, GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin, the Boxer, GCH CH Hi Jinx This Is How I Roll, the Miniature Bull Terrier, GCH CH Dytona VIP, the Pomeranian, GCH CH Hitimes What The Inferno, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Karmel’s Banana In Pajamas, and the Australian Cattle Dog, CH Kokopelli’s SoBe It.
GCH CH Hitimes What The Inferno
Freedom, the Golden, took the BIS, the second time around, and the Pom, Danny, scampered away with the RBIS. The Golden Retriever breed is always competitive and this year is no exception with three Goldens currently in the Top Twenty Sporting Dogs. Freedom is the country’s Number One Golden Retriever with two BIS and ten Sporting Groups to her name this year.