Tuesday, September 9, 2014


GCH CH Woodside’s Megabucks 
(photo by Infocusbymiguel)

New Yorkers braved sweltering temperatures in Bridgewater NJ for one of the sport’s premiere weekends.  It all began Friday with the Tuxedo Park Kennel Club show.  The day one final was in the hands of judge Carlos Navarro, who chose his top two from the English Setter, GCH CH Weymouth’s En Fuego, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Flessner’s International S’Cess, the Akita, GCH CH Wicca’s Rule the Air, the Skye Terrier, GCH CH Cragsmoor Goodtime Charlie, the Pekingese, GCH CH Pequest General Tso, the Xoloitzcuintli, GCH CH Bayshore Giorgio Armani, and the German Shepherd, GCH CH Woodside’s Megabucks.

GCH CH Flessner’s International S’Cess

Grabbing the first day BIS was the GSD, Megabucks.  Collecting the RBIS was the Bloodhound, Nathan.  It was lucky 13 for the nation’s Number Three Herding Dog.

GCH CH Cragsmoor Good Time Charlie

The Somerset Hills Kennel Club had the coveted Saturday spot and they put judge Sue Goldberg in the final ring.  Joining her were the Irish Setter, GCH CH Militza's My Cherie Amour, the Borzoi, GCH CH Majenkir Bookstor Vintage Glamour, the Boxer, GCH CH Mephisto's Speak Of The Devil, the Skye, Charlie, the Papillon, GCH CH Wildfire On the Record, the Boston Terrier, GCH CH Chaseland's Bernice Bullard, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Aubrey’s Moon River.

GCH CH Mephisto's Speak Of The Devil

Best went to the Skye, Charlie, Reserve to the Boxer, Devlin.  Charlie is the country’s Number One Terrier and Number Five Dog All Breeds with 20 BIS in 2014.

GCH CH Pequest General Tso 
(photo by Betsy Dallas)

Judge Rosalind Kramer closed the set for the iconic Westchester Kennel Club.  The seven dogs that stayed to the end were the Weimaraner, GCH CH Doc's Greyborn North Star Of Acadia, the aforementioned Bloodhound, the Boxer, GCH CH Brisbane N Blue Mondays Diamonds Are Decadent, Charlie, the Skye, previously seen Peke, the Tibetan Spaniel, GCH CH Kan Sing's Po-Ba-Ri At Arundina, and the GSD, Megabucks.

The Bloodhound, Nathan, packed up the stop’s last big rosette, and the Peke, The General, added another RBIS to his resume.  It was the 17th BIS of the year for Nathan and handler Heather Helmer.


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