Last weekend was one where the good news started early in the morning and just continued to come in!
On Saturday morning, I got an early morning call from Joan in Denmark
Norton, Yasashiikuma Born to Be Wild, finished his Danish Championship at a large show with over 80 Cardigans entered.
I then had a very nice day out on the bike and came home to a message that Dragoon had picked up a Group 2 under Tom Alexander!
I couldn’t help but think that it was just about as awesome a day as I could possibly hope for, but it wasn’t done.
Shortly afterwards another text came in, this time from Sheri Hurst that Baden, Yasashiikuma XIV K Scout’s Honor, also finished his championship – this time an American championship. He sure has grown up from the puppy who was Reserve Winners Dog at the National last year! Two champions and a group placement – what a fantastic day!
But it still was not done for the day! Over in Russia, Baden’s sister Bronya, Yasashiikuma Do A Good Turn, finished her Russian Championship also!
Three championships, three continents and two group placements for the Dragoon was the final count for the weekend. Congratulations to Joan and Jens (Kennel Smarti, DK), Sherri Hurst (XIV Karat, Texas) and Charlotte Lamont, and Anna Zhudlova (Zhacardi, RUS) on your accomplishments and thank you, as always to Tim & Tracie for you excellent work with Dragoon.
Next weekend I hope will also be a fun one, as Sean makes his official debut in the show ring in PA. Its going to be fun to see what this little guy does!