Final Results from Westminster Dog Show

Continuing on from yesterday, here are the final three group winners, followed by the Best in Show.

In the sporting group:

4th Place:  Ch Beechcroft Study’s Top Secret  Breed: Retriever (Labrador)

3rd Place:  Ch Chebaco Blames It On Trabeiz Breed: Setter (English)

2nd Place:  Ch Toasty’s Treasure Island Breed: Retriever (Golden)

1st Place:  Ch Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee Breed: Spaniel (Sussex)

In the working group:

4th Place:  Ch Drakyi Gold Standard Breed: Tibetan Mastiff

3rd Place:  Ch Nanuke’s Still The One Breed: Alaskan Malamute

2nd Place:  Ch Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream Breed: Boxer

1st Place:  Ch Galilee’s Pure Of Spirit Breed: Giant Schnauzer

And in the toy group:

4th Place:  Ch Velocity’s Shake Ur Bon Bon Breed: Pomeranian

3rd Place:  Ch Pequest Match Point Breed: Pekingese

2nd Place:  Ch Tupelo Shoboat Tu China Tu Breed: Pug

1st Place:  Ch Cilleine Masquerade Breed: Brussels Griffon

So the best in show contestants were:

From the hound group: Ch Gayleward’s Tiger Woods Breed: Scottish Deerhound

From the terrier group: Ch Roundtown Mercedes Of Maryscot Breed: Scottish Terrier

From the non-sporting group: Ch Randenn Tristar Affirmation Breed: Poodle (Standard)

From the herding group: Ch Cordmaker Field Of Dreams Breed: Puli

From the sporting group: Ch Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee Breed: Spaniel (Sussex)

From the working group:  Ch Galilee’s Pure Of Spirit Breed: Giant Schnauzer

From the toy group: Ch Cilleine Masquerade Breed: Brussels Griffon

And now (drumroll please!), the 2009 Best in Show:   Ch Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee Breed: Spaniel (Sussex)

Congratulations and a wag of the tail to all of the contestants!

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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8 thoughts on “Final Results from Westminster Dog Show”

  1. Forgive my double entry, I thought the first one didn’t send. I’ve been having problems with PC. So now forgive third entry folks.

  2. I know we all have our favorite breeds but…….Has an English Mastiff ever won Best in Show? I don’t seem to be able to find this information if one has? If not, why not? It seems the the judging is certainly biased towards the little or fancy guys. The poodles have won way too many times. There are So many breeds that owe their existence ot the Mastiff, isn’t that worth some note and respect? It’s like the judges don’t even give these guys a second glance, I’ve watched them in the ring when it counts. Why? because they are messy? Let’s give these powerful but gentle giants the respect they deserve huh?

  3. Has an English Mastiff ever won BEST IN SHOW? I don’t seem to be able to find this information if one ever has and if not, WHY NOT? Since so many breeds have been breed from the mastiff breed. Why is it always the little guys? Why not a nice big solid dog for a change? The judges don’t even give them a second glance. We think we would die if an English Mastif ever won best in show. Start getting some judges in that have an eye for the big gentle giants. It seems to be biased.

  4. I was sooo pleases to see the Sussex win, I love dogs that are low to the ground and long, Stump caught my attention, it was a well deserved win.
    Can anyone tell me who in the U.S breeds the sussex? I am having no luck at finding that info, but I have sure found alot of reading info on the breed, so if someone could point me in the direction of a breeder please, I live in Lexington Kentucky, I dont mind traveling, but would sure like to know of breeders for this breed. just email me with info please, [email protected]

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