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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Great "Old Dominion" Weekend

Last weekend's "Warrenton/Old Dominion" Dog Show at Long Branch near Millwood, VA, proved to be a great weekend, despite some cold and rain. Leslie Shriner groomed and handled dogs into the winners circle both Saturday and Sunday.  The headliner was a young Boxer owned by Mary McCool & Barry Hendley, Jubar's Find Me At Sugartree ("Tripp"), who went Best of Breed over Specials from the  Open Dog Class on Sunday under Judge Mrs. Terry Berrios.  Here's a photo of Leslie and Tripp in the Working Group ring and with Judge Berrios during the set-up for their official Best of Breed winner's photo.

Leslie & Tripp in the Working Group ring
Leslie & Tripp with Judge Berrios waiting for their official BEST OF BREED photo.
On Saturday, Leslie groomed and handled Standard Schnauzer Ch. Savvy’s Wanderlust (“Sadie”), owned by Curtis & Maxine Leetch, which earned Select, giving her a major toward her Grand Championship. On Sunday, Leslie groomed and handled a young Standard Schnauzer Mohner’s Legend for Halcyon (“Lucas”), a Danish import owned by Patricia White, which was named Reserve Winners Dog in the PVSSC Regional Specialty, his first appearance in the show ring.

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