GCH CH Round Town Queen of Hearts of Maryscot
Today’s Brevard County Kennel Club show in Orlando FL, with over 3500 entries, was even bigger than yesterday’s Space Coast Kennel Club of Palm Bay show. The competition continues to be fierce with last year’s AKC/Eukanuba National Championship winner, the Skye Terrier, GCH CH Cragsmoor Good Time Charlie, finishing Group Two behind GCH CH Round Town Queen of Hearts of Maryscot, the daughter of the 2009 AENC winner, the Scottish Terrier, CH Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot, who is this year’s Number Two Terrier. The Norwich Terrier, GCH CH Roserock’s Atticus Finch, and the Smooth Fox Terrier, GCH CH Hampton Court Broxden What in Carnation, were judge Jon Cole’s third and fourth place, respectively.
GCH CH Eclipse’s One n Only
Upsets were the rule of the day as none of the Herding Group’s Top Twenty failed to pick up a group placement today. Judge Gabriel Valdez saw it this way: Number One, the Berger Picard, GCH CH Eclipse’s One n Only, Number Two, the Beauceron GCH CH De Joie Du Chateau Rocher CA, Number Three, the Bearded Collie, GCH CH Dunhill Steeler Nation, and Number Four, the Puli, GCH CH Cordmaker Mister Blue Skys. While the Number One Non-Sporting Dog, the Boston Terrier, GCH CH Sabe’s Simply Invincible, again topped that Group and the Number Five Non-Sporting Dog, the Chow Chow, GCH CH Eastern-Magic Fly Me Safe pulled down the Group Three, Judge Ann Hearn’s Group Two went to the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Belle Creek’s All I Care About Is Love, and her Group Four went to the Bulldog, GCH CH Just Lonestars Bright Light Bada Bling.
GCH CH Sabe’s Simply Invincible
(Photo by Derek Glas)
In the Hound Group Judge Ellen Fetter’s Group One, Two, and Three, were all multi-BIS winners. They were the 15”Beagle, GCH CH Torquay Midnight Victory, the Wirehaired Dachshund, GCH CH Raydach’s Ride My Ducati Sl, and the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell. Her Group Four was the 13” Beagle, GCH DC Zoiboyz Encore SC. Ditto for Peggy Beisel-Mcilwaine’s Sporting Group lead by the Irish Setter, GCH CH Militiza’s My Cherie Amour with the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Sweetgrass White Diamonds, the Brittany, GCH CH Rainbow Splash’s Ruggedly Handsome, and the Black Cocker Spaniel, GCH CH Ashdown’s Tine to Thrill, completing the placements.
GCH CH Torquay Midnight Victory
(photo by Kayla Beragnolli)
Judge Sari Brewster Tietjin surprised the gallery by snubbing the country’s Number Two Dog All Breeds, the Pomeranian, GCH CH Hitimes What the Inferno, and naming the Shih Tzu, GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Rocket Power, the Affenpinscher, CH Yarrow Hi-Tech Drills n Skills, the Brussels Griffon, CH Tajinastes Quiereme Mucho, and the Italian Greyhound, GCH CH Marchwind Barbara Ann her top four Toy dogs. In Judge Jan Paulk’s Working Group the four finalists the BIS winning Great Pyrenees, GCH CH Rivergroves Enough Said, and the group’s top three dogs, the Boxer, GCH CH Mephisto’s Speak of the Devil, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, GCH CH Derby’s Toast with Gusto, and the Samoyed, GCH CH Pebbles Run Play It Again Ham.
GCH CH Militiza’s My Cherie Amour
(Photo by Rhonda Cassidy)
At the end of the day judge Cindy Vogels had top ranked, multi-BIS winning dogs to consider and she chose the Scottie, Queenie, as her Best and the Beagle, Vicki, as her Reserve. The Central Florida Kennel Club will host tomorrow’s event, the last of the all-breed warm ups to the weekend’s big dance. Check back with us for more results and back story
GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Rocket Power
(Photo by Rhonda Cassidy)