Friday, August 7, 2009

For the record

It's official. Frankie is now CH Sumjammin's Five O'Clock Somewhere FB CGC. To which that means he will be moved up this weekend at the Albert Lea shows and yes, for those wondering, it does break the major.

I know there will be a few pissy people-as Bekka's shirt says-put on your big girl panties and deal with it. Speaking of Bekka's shirts, the other one that I love and is so true--Winner's Bitch.....and so do losers. Is that not so true?? Hello, it's just a dog show and there will always be another. If you take it so seriously that you have to hide where you are going, can't ask or answer the simple question- are you going and who are you entering?, or feel the need to play games and purposely mess up another exhibitor's dog, then you need to get out of dog shows.

Sometimes that's just how the cookie crumbles. Here's the rules-a CH can be shown in the open dog class. So you can enter a champion of record in open dog but Frankie is entered in BBE. You can move a dog from any class to BOB. You can not move a dog from BBE, Am Bred, Novice, 12-18 or Open to any other class other then BOB. Though you can move puppies between the 6-9 and 9-12 class-that's the only time you can move between the classes. Since I can't move him from BBE to anything other then BOB, then that's where he goes. Believe me, I asked the AKC what the rules were.

See you ringside! I have no high expectations - it's just for fun and maybe I'll get to text Garrett with another Holy Carp message.

Also crossing my fingers that Ella Bella does us proud at the WR. So excited to hear news--will pass it on as I find out.

Later gators.....
C

3 comments:

Sherilyn said...

Whooooo Hooooo!! So proud of our boys! :) Cheers, and here's to more fun in the future! Thanks for including us on this ride!

solsticekennels said...

I love the Winners Bitch shirt!

Gail said...

I have been looking everywhere for Corgis!!! I found you on skywatch and your picture is wonderful.

Any advice where to get a good Corgi, for show, agility and later a breeding program?

Thanks, Gail