What a great weekend! Jesse was entered Saturday and Sunday in the shows in West Friendship, MD.
Saturday, Jesse (CH CoolWater’s the Tide is High) was entered in the regional specialty. She took the Select Bitch win under breeder judge, Mrs. JoAnn Colvin. This gave her another major (I do believe) towards her Grand Championship.
Sunday, she took BEST OF BREED, over many nice entries – including several specials – earning herself yet another major towards her Grand Championship.
If I counted correctly, I believe she might’ve earned her Grand Championship. If so, she earned it in 6 shows by taking a major win at each show. That’s awesome!
A huge thank you to Nicole Culotta with Golden Moments Petography for taking the candid photos of Jesse for me in the ring.
I’ve been very fortunate lately with one of Morgan’s puppies. Jesse, the girl who took Select Bitch at the National Show Specialty had a very good weekend in Salisbury, MD.
- Friday, she took Best Opposite Sex (BOS) to earn herself her second major towards her Grand Championship.
- Saturday, she took Select Bitch (Sel B) to earn herself her third major towards her Grand Championship.
- Sunday, she took Best Opposite Sex (BOS) to ear herself her fourth major (I think I counted correctly) towards her Grand Championship.
Jesse was competing against other dogs that were considerably older and more mature than she is. Jesse just turned two the end of September and will specialed, out on the show circuit, in 2012. It’ll be interesting, and exciting, watching her accomplishments in the upcoming year.
In Huntsville, AL: under breeder/judge Nathanial Horn
“Risk” – SHR CoolWater’s Out On a Limb JH – took Best Opposite Sex, earning himself a 3 pt. major as well. Risk currently has 10 points all earned by taking major wins.
It was a good weekend, indeed.
I had a great time this weekend attending the Ultimate Air Dogs competition in Orlando, FL. I took Jessie and Rip along for the fun.
They both did awesome but Jessie never ceases to amaze me. I believe she was the oldest dog entered and she was consistently making some pretty big jumps. In the end, she took 2nd in the Master’s division with a jump 21’9″.
Rip, came in 4th in the Senior division with a jump of 18’8″. This was his first dock diving event — heck, it was his first time ever jumping off a dock at all. As such, I’m very proud of him and how well he did. He LOVED the game, that’s for sure.