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Is anybody watching the dog show? It's quite the production. :)
The personalities are, ummmm..... really peppy! lol
Informative and enthusiastic. Really enthusiastic.
Actually, it makes them fun to watch.

Last night, or day, was Agility. I saw a few rounds of that.
Tonight they go into the ring.
And they've just finished singing the Anthem. :)
 

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Agility was yesterday and obedience was today. A few people I know are among those at agility every year, but also people I know are in obedience every year. My private trainer has been there and her private trainer has won all four years prior to this. I look forward to watching live tomorrow night
 

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We’re watching too. Babykins gets excited when she see poodles.
 

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Standard poodle came in first in non-sporting. Gorgeous dog.
 

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Umm the Breed winner in Standard Poodles is GCHP CH Stone Run Afternoon Tea

The person who I traced the training connection back to through my trainer won obedience for the fifth time. Her score was 397.5 out of a possible 400. Congratulations to Linda Brennan and Heart, more properly known as OTCH18 Rhumbline's Once In A Blue Moon UDX12 OGM BN GN VER RE JH ACT1 SWN CGC TK, a truly great team, very accomplished on both ends of the leash.
 

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Thoughts on the miniatures at Westminister:
Fronts are still very straight. The dog that appeared to have the best front angulation is Reignon Top Banana. Several dogs had rather flat feet. The brown dog (Penchant Phor Pete's Sake At Kalein) had good bone and was well balanced. I also liked the Danfour Keep the Madness Rolling dog. All the white dogs lacked muscle and angulation in the rear - that might be a lack of exercise as opposed to basic structure.
 

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To clarify, I was talking about the NYT photos posted, not the placements ☺. Sorry if I confused anyone.

Hoping the club posts videos...
I was annoyed that the NYT credits didn’t include the breeder. When I saw the apricot, I was dying of curiosity. Appreciate your discerning eye Johanna.
 

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ScooterScout, you probably already noticed this, but that first Poodle is our very own Terry's FarleysD Santiago ???. (The apricot)
Thank you Streetcar, just got home from NYC, had a great time. Was exciting to watch Santiago in the ring
 
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