GCH CH Dawin Hearts on Fire
(photo by Vicki Holloway)
The energetic West Central Oklahoma Kennel Club hosted four all breed shows this week in Elk City OK (That makes us tired just thinking about it) and drew Top Ten competition. The Number Three Dog All Breeds, the Standard Poodle, GCH CH Dawin Hearts on Fire, was judge David Kirkland’s BIS on Thursday.
GCH CH InVolo The King of Pop
(photo by Jeffrey Hanlin)
Joining her in the final ring were the Pointer, GCH CH Penpoint In Dress Blues, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Zen-Pahlavi You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet JC, the Mastiff, GCH CH Goldleaf’s Trouble Coming CGC, the American Staffordshire Terrier, GCH CH Explicit's Full Throttle To Alpine, judge Kirkland’s RBIS, the Papillon, GCH CH InVolo The King of Pop, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Heidelberg's Austin V Melissa. Mark that down as Flame’s 36th BIS this year.
GCH CH Goldleaf’s Trouble Coming CGC
Flame, the Papillon, Jackson, and the Mastiff, Aji, would all be back on Friday to try their luck with BIS judge Pat Mowbray-Morgan. Also hoping for a prize were the Irish Setter, CH Leatherhead’s Don’T Do Me Like That, the Whippet, GCH CH Karasar’s Masterpiece, the Norwich Terrier, GCH CH Dancy's Rough Rider, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, GCH CH Riverside Telltail Coco Posh.
Finishing one/two were Jackson and Aji. Jackson is the country’s Number Four Toy Dog with ten BIS this season.
GCH CH Penpoint In Dress Blues
Judge Shelley Hennessy would see the above named Pointer & Afghan, the Boxer, GCH CH Cherkei's Dick Tracey, the returning Norwich, Jackson, the Papillon, Flame, the Standard Poodle, and the aforementioned Corgi, Coco. She would choose the Pointer, Arthur, as her BIS and the Standard Poodle, Flame, as her RBIS. It was the first of the year for Arthur. Congratulations to breeder/owner Lee Ann Stag, co-breeder Martha Smith, and owner/handler Sierra Ward.
GCH CH Cherkei's Dick Tracey
At Sunday’s closer judge James Ham would consider the now familiar Irish Setter, Whippet, Boxer, Norwich, & Corgi along with the Toy Fox Terrier, GCH CH Centennial Farms Catch Me If You Can, He would choose the Boxer for his BIS and the Norwich for his RBIS. It’s the third of the year for the Boxer, Henry, and handler Michael Shepherd.
(photo by Derek Glas)