GCH CH Mistic’s Longfellow Serenade
Next we go to Freehold NJ where the Plainfield Kennel Club had the Sunday spot. The seven dogs hoping to get the BIS nod from judge Hal Biermann were the Gordon Setter, GCH CH Sandpipers Castles in The Air, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Thaon’s Wallstreet, the Standard Schnauzer, GCH CH Mistic’s Longfellow Serenade, the American Staffordshire Terrier, GCH CH An Garda Deja Vu Looking at You, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, GCH CH Piccadil’s Twist and Shout, the Xoloitzcuintli, GCH CH Bayshore Giorgio Armani, and the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Classical’s My Turn.
GCH CH Bayshore Giorgio Armani
Judge Bierman’s Best was the Schnauzer, Schweitzer, and his Reserve was the Xolo, Armani. The win, Schweitzer’s first of the year, will make him the Number One Standard Schnauzer. Congratulations to breeder Carol Filer, owners Sally Marsh & Alfred DeRenzis, and handler Shawn Imler.
GCH CH Weymouths En Fuego
At Monday’s Union County Kennel Club closer judge Adrian Woodfork, considered the English Setter, GCH CH Weymouths En Fuego, the Rhodesian Ridgeback, GCH CH Shabani’s Johnnie Walker Blue, the Samoyed, GCH CH Pebbles' Run Play It Again Ham, the Colored Bull Terrier, GCH CH Banbury Bedrock Bright Star Bright, the Papillon, GCH CH InVolonThe King of Pop, the Xolo, Armani, and the above named Beardie.
GCH CH InVoloThe King of Pop
Packing up the BIS was the Setter, Blaze. Taking the RBIS was the Papillon, Jackson. Blaze is the nation’s Number One English Setter with three BIS and 20 Sporting Groups.