GCH CH Promenade's Pay It Forward
We continue our weekend wrap up in the Sierra foothills of Northern California where the Butte County Kennel Club and the Shasta Kennel Club hosted four shows. We told you that the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Del Zarzosa Salvame From Afterglow, was judge Dana Cline’s Best In Show at Thursday’s BKC day one show.
GCH CH Del Zarzosa Salvame From Afterglow
(photo by Kayla Bertagnolli)
Dino and handler Amy Rutherford would be back for the BKC Friday final to try his luck with judge Judy Webb. Joining them were the Field Spaniel, GCH CH Promenade's Pay It Forward, the Afghan Hound, Shekinah Jakar Pamir the Seeker, the Great Dane, Danu’s Atom Eve, the Smooth Fox Terrier, CH J’Cobe Broxden Accidentally on Porpoise, the Papillon, GCH CH InVolo The King of Pop, and the Australian Shepherd, GCH CH Wedgewood's Abracadabra.
The Field Spaniel, Gideon, would take the BIS and Dino the Standard Poodle would walk away with the RBIS.
GCH CH Skyline's Unit Of Measure
Gideon would be the only one of Friday’s finalists to make it to judge Fred Basset’s final at Saturday’s SKC. Challenging Gideon for the win were the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, GCH CH M&M's Fear The Beard, the Siberian Husky, GCH CH Topaz Bad Action, the Miniature Schnauzer, GCH CH Regency Playing for Keeps, the Pug, GCH CH Winsome-Nirvana-Blaque Triple Play, the Keeshond, GCH CH Skyline's Unit Of Measure, and the Australian Shepherd, GCH CH Copper Hills No Reservations.
Judge Basset would also like Gideon for the top award and the Keeshond, Cubit for the Reserve. The Number Three Sporting Dog finishes the week with five BIS and 23 Sporting Groups.
GCH CH Topaz Bad Action
At Sunday’s SKC closer Gideon, the Siberian, Reese, and the Aussie from Friday would join BIS judge John Wade, the Basset Hound, GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe, the Colored Bull Terrier, GCH CH Soquel Millennium Seafarer, and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel , GCH CH Quail Garden Loch Lomond Déjà vu,
GCH CH Soquel Millennium Seafarer
Finishing one/two were the Siberian, Reese, and the Bull Terrier, Archie. Reese is the nation’s Number One Siberian Husky with three BIS and 14 Working Groups.