GCH CH Round Town Queen of Hearts of Maryscot
(photo by Diana Han)
We like to remind those who have a casual association with our sport that the purpose of the show ring is to get feedback on breeding stock. That’s why only non-neuters/spays may be shown in conformation. So we are always happy to see the off spring of the great show dogs of yesteryear in the ring. We are especially happy when they do well. It means someone is doing something right. The Scottish Terrier, GCH CH Round Town Queen of Hearts of Maryscot, Daughter of 2009’s Number One Dog All Breeds, CH Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot, took the top prizes at both Saturday’s Kennel Club of Beverly Hills and Sunday’s Long Beach Kennel Club shows.
GCH CH Quiet Creek's Limited Edition
Judge Wayne Burton gave Sunday’s top prize to Queenie after considering the Clumber Spaniel, GCH CH Clussexx Over The Legal Limit, his RBIS, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek's Limited Edition, the Kuvasz, GCH CH Casablanca’s Vakmero Pandur, the Shih Tzu, GCH CH Wenrick’s Don’t Stop Believing, the Bulldog, CH Big Boss, and the Australian Cattle Dog, GCH CH Kokopelli's SoBe It.
Despite a late start this year, Queenie has wasted no time climbing up the rankings. She is currently the Number Two Terrier with 14 BIS and 28 Terrier Groups to her credit this year, including two Group Ones at last weekend’s Great Western Terrier Association of Southern California shows and five all breed Bests this month.