GCH CH Stargazer'N Wingfield Wait Wait Don't Tell
We continue last weekend’s reports as we await results from today’s shows. We told you that the English Setter, GCH CH Stargazer'N Wingfield Wait Wait Don't Tell, was judge Ann Yuhasz’ Best In Show at Friday’s Warren County Kennel Club of Ohio show in Hamilton OH. We did not tell you that Teller repeated the win on Saturday under judge Charlotte Patterson at the WCKCO’s day two show.
GCH CH Torquay Midnight Victory
Joining Teller and breeder/owner/handler Eileen M Hackett in the final were the RBIS, the 13” Beagle, GCH CH Torquay Midnight Victory, the Giant Schnauzer, GCH CH Skansen's Holy Knight, the Welsh Terrier, GCH CH Shaireab Bayleigh Maid of Honor, the Japanese Chin, GCH CH Randalets Wok N In Sunshine, the Chinese Shar-Pei, GCH CH Shine's Deck The Halls, and the Shetland Sheepdog, CH Jesstar Erovra. Teller is the nation’s Number Eight Sporting Dog with four BIS and 19 Sporting Groups.
GCH CH Shojin’s Turn Me Loose
Teller, the Giant, Knight, the Welsh Terrier, Jennie, and the Shar-Pei, Tinsel, would all be back for Sunday’s Cincinnati Kennel Club final. Also vying for judge Ronal Rella’s favor were the Whippet, GCH CH Shojin’s Turn Me Loose, the Yorkshire Terrier, GCH CH Exmoor’s Epitome, and the Pyrenean Shepherd, GCH CH La Brise Sunbear.
GCH CH Shaireab Bayleigh Maid of Honor
(photo by Jeffrey Hanlin)
The two who succeeded were the Whippet, Tommy, and the Welsh Terrier, Jennie. It was the first BIS for four year old Tommy. Congratulations to breeders Ron, Dee, & Hunter Vayda, owners Lisa Fontaine & Michael Fontaine, and Lew Griffitt.
GCH CH Cambria's Vraiment Parfait
(photo by Gay Glazbrook)
Gloria Geringer had the judge’s book at Monday’s CKC redux and her pick of the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Sweetgrass White Diamonds, the Otterhound, GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Influence, the Doberman Pinscher, GCH CH Cambria's Vraiment Parfait, the Welsh Terrier, Jennie, the aforementioned Yorkie, and the Briard, GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cool As A Cucumber.
She would like the Doberman, Zsa Zsa, for her BIS and the Briard, Dill, for her RBIS. It was Zsa Zsa’s fourth BIS in 13 final appearances this year.