2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club results

2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) /

As dog shows returned, who won at the 2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club?

Dog shows returned for the first time since mid-March with a cluster of events held at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, about a half hour north of Oklahoma City. One of those events was the 2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club, which saw a tremendous amount of competitors taking part.

This show took place on Saturday, June 27, with a grand total of 1,139 dogs entered.

Incidentally, Guthrie was the original capitol of the Sooner State, and Bartlesville is located about an hour north of Tulsa.

[For more on how dog shows work, see our guide to the basics, and also what the pros wish viewers knew about conformation.]

These show results were first reported by The Canine Chronicle magazine, who helped organize the cluster.

Herding Group

The winner of the Herding Group was a Bouvier with the registered name of GCHS G+W Avalons Aces Guardian of Hugo CGC.

Also placing here were Briard in second, the Pumi in third and the Spanish Water Dog in fourth.

There were 150 entries in this group, which was judged by Garry Newton.

Hound Group

157 dogs were entered in the Hound Group, which was won by a Grand Basset Griffon Verdeen with the official name of Sidekicks Life is a Highway.

Taking the runner-up position was an American Foxhound, with a Wirehaired Dachshund completing the podium and an Ibizan Hound rounding out the placements.

This group was judged by Danielle Brown.

Non-Sporting Group

The blue ribbon in the Non-Sporting Group went to a Bichon Friese with the registered name of GCHS Demartinis HRH Prince George of Cambridge.

Others placing were the Tibetan Terrier, Standard Poodle and Dalmatian, in that order.

James Moses was the judge, with 135 entered in this category.

Sporting Group

Posession of the blue ribbon of the Sporting Group went to an English Setter named GCHS Seamrog Spitfire.

Others placing here were a Chesapeake Bay Retriever in second, a Spinone Italiano in third and a Weimaraner in fourth.

218 dogs were part of this group, which was judged by Carolyn Herbel.

Terrier Group

116 dogs competed in the Terrier Group, judged by Jon Cole. The champion was a Welsh Terrier with the official name of GCHG Brightluck Money Talks.

Others placing were a Scottish Terrier, a Lakeland Terrier and a Norwich Terrier, in that order.

Toy Group

A Japanese Chin named GCHS Touches Espionage won the Toy Group, followed by an Afferpinscher, a Brussels Griffon and a Smooth-Coated Chihuahua.

Other registered names in this class included Looking for Trouble and Knockout Pretty Little Liar, both of which are interesting.

207 dogs competed in this group., judged by Bradley Jenkins.

Working Group

James Moses also judged the Working Group, which was claimed by Nick the Siberian Husky (known officially as GCHP Sharin Nick of Dynasty RC Kennel).

In second was Wilma the Boxer (registered name GCHP2 Cinnibons Bedrock Bombshell), with third and fourth going to a Doberman Pinscher and a Tibetan Mastiff, respectively.

196 dogs were entered in this category.

Best in Show

Claiming overall Best in Show honors at the 2020 Bartlesville Kennel Club was Nick the Siberian Husky, with Reserve Best in Show awarded to the GBGV Life is a Highway. Judging for Best in Show was done by Luis Sosa.

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