And the winner of the 2020 AKC National Championship (held in December, but just telecast today) is:
**Drum roll please**
Best in Show: Whippet, Bourbon (sister of Whiskey, who won in 2018)
Reserve Best in Show: Pekingese, Wasabi
Congrats to all who competed!
Congratulations to Claire, the Scottish Deerhound from the hound group, just crowned Best in Show at the National Dog Show!
Now you can go enjoy your turkey and football!
Just as a reminder, the Best in Group winners who went on to compete in the Best in Show are:
Hounds: Whippet, Bourbon
Toys: Havanese, Bono
Non-Sporting: Standard Poodle, Siba
Herding: Shetland Sheepdog, Conrad
Sporting: Golden Retriever, Daniel
Working: Boxer, Wilma
Terrier: Wire Fox, Vinny
Continue reading Westminster 2020: Best in Show!
Without further ado, tonight’s winner of Best in Show at the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is…
Wire Fox Terrier King (I think they should make them have their own show – they’ve won so many times!)
And Reserve Best in Show goes to Havanese Bono.
Congrats to all the competitors!
Competing in tonight’s Best in Show competition for the biggest jewel in the crown:
Hound Group: Long-Haired Dachshund GCHP DC Walmar-Solo’s OMG SL JE, better known as Burns
Toy Group: Havanese GCHG CH Oeste’s In The Name Of Love, aka Bono
Non-Sporting Group: Schipperke GCHP CH Rivendel’s Barefoot Bandit, call sign Colton (Excused due to conflict)
Herding Group: Bouviers des Flandres GCHS CH Quiche’s Major League, commonly called Baby Lars
Sporting Group: Sussex Spaniel GCHS CH Kamand’s Full Of Beans @ Erinhill, call sign Bean
Working Group: Boxer GCHP CH Cinnibon’s Bedrock Bombshell aka Wilma
Terrier Group: Wire Fox Terrier GCHB CH Kingarthur Van Foliny Home called King by those who love him
From this group (which didn’t include ANY of the dogs in my original ProPlan bracket), I would choose the Boxer.
Sorry for the lateness of this post. I usually try to post the dog show winners as soon as they happen, but this year I was the hostess for Thanksgiving, so I had to DVR the show. Without further ado, here are the Group Winners:
Terrier: Wire Fox Terrier
Toy: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Working: Doberman Pinscher
Sporting: Chesapeake Bay Retriever
Non-Sporting: Lhasa Apso
Herding: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
And the best in show is… Continue reading National Dog Show 2018 Results
There was a bit of a kerfuffle after the Bichon Frise won Westminster Tuesday night. Did you agree with the judge’s pick or would you have chosen a different dog?
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Winning a lot of hearts on this Valentines Day, and taking Best in Show at the 2017 Westminster Kennel Club’s 141st Annual Show is… Continue reading Westminster 2017: And the Winner Is…
These seven dogs will go into the ring next, vying for the coveted Best in Show title.
From the Hound Group: Duffy, the Norwegian Elkhound
From the Toy Group: Chuckie, the Pekingese, son of 2012 Best in Show Malachy
From the Non-Sporting Group: Aftin, the Miniature Poodle
From the Herding Group: Rumor, the German Shepherd, in a repeat of last year’s performance
From the Sporting Group: Adrian, the Irish Setter
From the Working Group: Devlin, the Boxer
From the Terrier Group: Tanner, the Norwich
I’m torn between the Irish Setter and the Norwegian Elkhound. Fingers crossed!
Who will the winner be?
Reminding you of the competitors:
From the Toy Group, Brussels Griffon, Newton
From the Hound Group, Whippet, Brazen
From the Non-Sporting Group: Bichon Frise, Flynn
From the Sporting Group: Clumber Spaniel, Angus
From the Working Group: Boxer, Devlin
From the Herding Group: Puli, Preston
From the Terrier Group: Norwich Terrier, Tanner Continue reading 2016 AKC National Championship: Best in Show Winner