Sunday, April 27, 2014


GCH CH Classical’s My Turn 

Our New England offering this week were the South County Kennel Club shows in Richmond RI. Saturday ended with judge Janet Allen in the final ring with the German Shorthaired Pointer, GCH CH Quinsea’s War Admiral, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Soonipi Friends In Low Places, the Newfoundland, CH Bowater’s Pitching Aces, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH Br’er Fox Philippa Of Hunterston, the Pug, GCH CH Foursquare The Student Prince, the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Beauciel L’Autre Soeur, and the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Classical’s My Turn. 

Best went to the Beardie and Reserve to the Wire Fox. It was the third BIS in 19 final appearances this year for Turner and handler Cliff Steele. 

GCH CH Fuzzy Farm It's Good to be the King

Both the Beardie and the Wire Fox would be back today to try their luck with judge Roland Pelland along with the Bloodhound, Garth. Joining them were the Field Spaniel, GCH CH SandsCape Pardon Me Boys , the Boxer, GCH CH Jacquet’s Annie En Encanto, the Havanese, GCH CH Fuzzy Farm It's Good to be the King, and the American Eskimo Dog, GCH CH Nuuktok’s Kaneo Tikanni. 

 Finishing one/two were the Havanese and the Eskie. It’s the first for the latest from the folks at Fuzzy Farm. Congratulations to breeders/owners Steve Lawrence & Alice Lawrence.


  1. The Best In Show Havanese at South County KC on Sunday is Ch. Fuzzy Farm It's Good To Be The King (called "George"). Breeder-owner-handled by Alice Lawrence. He is 10 1/2 months old.