US Top dog to fetch "Best in Show" prize at New York Westminster Show

19:00  13 february  2018
19:00  13 february  2018 Source:   Reuters

A Valentine's Day show at Westminster

  A Valentine's Day show at Westminster NEW YORK — The Latest on the Westminster Kennel Club dog show (all times local):10:10 p.m.She kissed him, he hugged her. A Valentine's Day story on the green carpet of Madison Square Garden.Ty the giant schnauzer has won the working group, affirming his pedigree as the top-ranked show dog in America.Handler Katie Bernardin gave Ty a kiss on the mouth before leading him around the ring. After the judge picked him, Ty jumped up and put his front legs around Bernardin."He knew," she said, adding they have a great connection.Next up is the terrier group. Then it's the best in show competition in what's looking like an impressive final seven lineup.___9:15 p.m.Bean was begging for it.

NEW YORK (AP) — Now appointed America’s top dog — CJ, the German shorthaired pointer. CJ won best in show at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club on. There is no prize money for the win, but there are valuable breeding rights.

Over 2,800 dogs in 200 breeds were competing for the top prize in the New York City show , the second-oldest sporting event in the United States Canine Champions Compete In The Westminster Dog Show . Standard Poodles are judged during a competition. — Drew Angerer / Getty Images.

Even the most prestigious pooches in the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where top dog will be crowned "Best of Show" on Tuesday, are still cuddly canines at heart.

330 dogs leap, zip and whirl in Westminster agility contest

  330 dogs leap, zip and whirl in Westminster agility contest Leslie Holm has no trouble pulling together a big-time performance. But guiding her dog, Riley Nico, through the Westminster Kennel Club agility competition? "This gives me butterflies," Holm says.

Over 2,800 dogs in 200 breeds were competing for the top prize in the New York City show , the second-oldest sporting event in the United States behind the Kentucky Derby horse race.

NEW YORK -- From wire to wire, Sky was America's top dog . The 5-year-old wire fox terrier won best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club on Tuesday night, finishing off a year in which she was ranked the nation's No. 1 dog .

"Biggie is a goof," said Esteban Farias, handler of a pug named Biggie, who won the toy group contest on Monday and will be among the seven group champions vying for the ultimate prize.

"He's funny. ... When my kids are playing, he grabs the toys and runs all over the house."

This year's Best in Show winner, picked from a pack of nearly 3,000 competitors, gets a trophy, a media tour and bragging rights that boost breeding fees. It is the reward for patiently withstanding the blasts of blow dryers and tugs of combs and brushes.

Dogs compete in seven groups - hound, toy, nonsporting, herding, working, sporting and terrier - with the winners then competing for Best in Show, in the competition at Madison Square Garden in midtown Manhattan.

A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship during the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, U.S., February 10, 2018 © Caitlin Ochs A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship during the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, U.S., February 10, 2018 Four chosen on Monday included Biggie, a borzoi named Lucy from the hound group, a bichon frise named Flynn from the nonsporting group and a border collie named Slick from the herding group. The remaining three challengers will be from the working, sporting and terrier groups, whose winners were set to be picked on Tuesday.

More than 2,880 dogs from 201 breeds and varieties competed in the two-day event, according to organizers of the United States' second-oldest sporting event after the Kentucky Derby. They came from all 50 U.S. states and 16 other countries, including Canada, Mexico, Japan, Russia, Australia and China, the Westminster Kennel Club said in a statement.

Rumor, a female German shepherd, was named Best in Show at last year's competition. (Editing by Barbara Goldberg Editing by Jonathan Oatis)

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