f J J $ A. ... , t ' Staff Photo by Bill Luster CINDY INGALLS of Bedford, Ind., showed her homebred Dalmatian, Dalmatian, Champion Limestone Zara Padraic, to a non-sporting non-sporting non-sporting group first at the Terre Haute show. fx w l W " - f t - "si h V it $ 1 lit Dreamalot Ben, Sancy take dog shoiv honors By SUSAN JEFFRIES Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal 1 Times Dog Writer Dreamalot Ben UD, a Border Collie owned and handled by Karl Nussbaum of Floyds Knobs, was the top scoring dog in his breed for the second consecutive year during 1974. The black and white herding dog scored an average of 196.18 in open and utility out of a possible 200 in 31 shows. Ben's accomplishments this spring include include two high in trials at last weekend's Ft. Wayne shows. The Utility Dog degree holder earned 19912 in utility and open Saturday to break the record for combined scores by a Kentuckiana dog. His total of 399 out of 400 bested the previous record of 398 12. Continuing his spree, Ben then went on to his thirteenth career victory last Sunday with another 199 12 in open. Meanwhile, Jeannie Fox showed her Golden Retriever, Rusticana Sancy UD, to her eighteenth high in trial award, another another record for obedience in this area. Sancy's score of 197 12 in open gained her top honors at the Lexington Kennel Club trial. BREED WINS Peggy Nail showed her 11-month-old 11-month-old 11-month-old 11-month-old 11-month-old buff Cocker puppy, Tamburlaine's Skyrocket, to best of variety variety at HodgenviUe and Lexington and went on to a group second in a field of 199 sporting dogs at Lexington. An Irish Setter, O'Brilyn Touch O'Blarney, owned and handled by Gene Hays, won three championship points the same day. The two dogs were best puppy and best adult, respectively, at the Bluegrass Kennel Club match in Ft. Knox the previous week. Patti Lohr piloted her German Short-haired Short-haired Short-haired Pointer, Huntabird Jobless Joe, to best of breed at HodgenviUe over an entry of 20, including three champions. In the same event, Nina White showed Dr. Sidney Remmele's Dalmatian, Ch. Tuckaway Gallant Man, to fourth In the ' non-sporting non-sporting non-sporting group. Breed wins at the two shows were also posted by Heather and Carol O'Bryant's 13-inch 13-inch 13-inch Beagle, Switchbark-Craigwood. Switchbark-Craigwood. Switchbark-Craigwood. Harold, and Katherine Cook's Boston Terrier, Terrier, Bailey's Easy Duzzit, handled by Edna Voyles. Kyle Robinson picked up two more variety wins on her black Cocker, Cocker, Ch. Musicale's Tradition. In the Lexington event, Martha Dean's Irish Wolfhound, Ch. Zarahemla Squire Allworthy, handled by Clint Harris, was best of breed and placed in the hound group. Best of breed honors also went to G. W. Voyles' Pekingese, Ch. Knostro's Lord Marcus of Etive, shown by Voyles wife, Edna. MATCHES The Bowling Green Kennel Kennel Club will hold an all-age, all-age, all-age, all-breed all-breed all-breed conformation match next Sunday at the Jaycee Pavilion, Lampkin Park, in Bowling Bowling Green. Entries close at noon, CDT. Judges include Burnis Skipworth, sporting; sporting; Yulah Herrington, hounds; Marguerite Marguerite Jahr, working; Burdette Bright, terriers; terriers; Pat Jones, toys; and David Reynolds, Reynolds, non-sporting. non-sporting. non-sporting. Judges will exchange assignments for group judging, with Mr. Reynolds passing on best puppy and adult. Specialty matches will be held today at Chenoweth Park in Jcffersontown for German Shepherds and Irish Setters. All ages are eligible; however, the Setter entry is limited to obedience. Sports car event scheduled The Kentucky Region of the Sports Car Club of America will hold a Solo II and Concours event next Sunday in the parking parking lot of the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Exposition Center. Registration will begin at 9 , a.m., with competition starting at 12:30 p.m.