1976-11-08-CJ-Penny-Grp1

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1976-11-08-CJ-Penny-Grp1 - Miniature Poodle is tops at Kennel Club fall...
Miniature Poodle is tops at Kennel Club fall match J vyAy tzzsfr Stall Photos by Bill Luster Chris Van Camp of Cincinnati snuggles his Welsh Corgi, Natural Gentleman, at the Lou-; Lou-; isville Kennel Club match at the Fairgrounds. By SUSAN JEFFRIES Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal & Times Dog Writer A stylish 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old Miniature Poodle topped an entry of 396 puppies to win yesterday's Louisville Kennel Club fall ma'.ch at the Fairgrounds. The apricot youngster, Lyca Money Back Guarantee, is a homebred owned by Camille Lashley and her sister, Yvonne Meeks. His call name is Refund. Nobody was more surprised at the win than Camille, who said "This is practically practically his first time out of my house." Not that he isn't gorgeous. It's just that she's been so enamored with his lit-terbrother, lit-terbrother, lit-terbrother, Lyca Dime Store Novel, currently currently being shown by a friend, that Refund Refund has been playing second fiddle. Camille, who is getting ready to apply to the American Kennel Club for her professional handler's license, has been showing dogs for nine years. She has several champion Poodles and Whippets. Refund was top dog yesterday, though, as Dr. Robert J. Hritzo of Hubbard, Ohio, sorted through the six finalists. He remarked remarked that he was very impressed with all six group winners, and with good reason. reason. The best toy, three-month-old three-month-old three-month-old three-month-old three-month-old Rho-jon's Rho-jon's Rho-jon's Little Cochise, a Pomeranian owned by breeders John and Rhoda Wilson, was fresh off an impressive best in a match win last week at Cincinnati. The tiny sable weighs only a pound but performed like a veteran. Burdette Bright of Stanford, who has been breeding Fox Terriers for 36 years, was in the running with his Terrier group winner, St. Asaph's Switchblade, a five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old smooth male he co-owns co-owns co-owns with Chloe Spencer. One of Bright's puppies, puppies, St. Asaph Autumn Leaf, walked off with top prize ,at last June's Louisville match. The sporting group winner, Hunt-abird's Hunt-abird's Hunt-abird's Penny Pincher, an elegant 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old 10-month-old German Shorthaired Pointer bitch, was also considered by Dr. Hritzo for best in match. Penny is breeder-owned breeder-owned breeder-owned by Patti Lohr of Scottsburg, Ind., and is a daughter of her newest champion, champion, Huntabird's Jobless Joe. The hound group was won by a Wire-haired Wire-haired Wire-haired Dachshund, Airwei Miss P C of Lakeview, owned by David Reynolds of Lewisport. Reynolds is well-known well-known well-known for Chow Chows, but he bought the Dachsie as a house pet from Dr. Jim Rosshirt of Bowling Green. Nicknamed "Privileged Character," the ten-month-old ten-month-old ten-month-old ten-month-old ten-month-old Wire was bred by Ed Jenncr. A strong working group was captured by a nine-month-oid nine-month-oid nine-month-oid nine-month-oid nine-month-oid Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Blujor Miss With Moxie, owned by Neena Van Camp of Cincinnati. Blades battle Columbus

Clipped from The Courier-Journal08 Nov 1976, Mon[First Edition]Page 27

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)08 Nov 1976, Mon[First Edition]Page 27
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