GCH CH Skyeline’s Unit of Measure
Meanwhile down in Southern California, the Orange Empire Kennel Club drew a large entry for its two shows. On Saturday judge Jon Cole would see seven dogs winnowed from almost 1300 dogs. They were the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Foxboro N Shardust Authentic, the Longhaired Dachshund, GCH CH Walmar-Solo’s IOU SL, the Doberman Pinscher, GCH CH Excelsia’s He Thinks He’s Wonderful, the Miniature Bull Terrier, GCH CH Dytona VIP, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, GCH CH Mayfield Charming Chester, the Keeshond, GCH CH Skyeline’s Unit of Measure, and the Australian Cattle Dog, GCH CH Kokopelli’s Sobe It.
GCH CH Walmar-Solo’s IOU SL
It was the Keeshond, Cubit, picking up the BIS and the Dachshund, Cash, collecting the RBIS. It was the first BIS of the year for Cubit, who was last year’s Number Three Non-Sporting Dog with seven BIS and 42 Group Ones. Congratulations to breeders Kristen Cullen DVM & Susan Cullen, owner/handler Jean Gauchat-Hargis, and owner Joshua Hargis.
GCH CH Winway Ramona Quimby
Cubit would be the only one of Saturday’s finalists to make it to Houston Clark’s BIS ring on Sunday. Joining them were the Golden Retriever, GCH CH Sandpiper’s Let Freedom Ring, the Whippet, GCH CH Winway Ramona Quimby, the Akita, GCH CH Mojo’s Continuation Of A Myth, the Miniature Schnauzer, GCH CH Allaruth Carmel Still Kidding V Sole Baye, the Brussels Griffon, GCH CH Hilltop GQ Cover Boy, and the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Love N Stuff Summertime Blues.
Collecting her very first Best In Show was the Whippet, Ramona, while Cubit, the Keeshond, added an RBIS to his previous BIS. Congratulations to breeder/owner/handler Valerie Nunes Atkinson and breeder/owner Dr Suzi Fosnot.