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Paradox, daughter to Rufus, Competes At Westminster

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier Training' started by Vicki, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    A Bull Terrier from North Tonawanda and a Lhasa Apso with a Orchard Park owner will strut their stuff in the big ring tonight at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show at Madison Square Garden.

    Champion Paradox Muse-Ic To My Ears, a three-year-old Colored Bull Terrier, is co-owned by local residents Jeanne Fournier-Fike, Scott Fike and Glenn Snyder. She was the winner in this morning's Best of Breed judging, besting seven other bull terriers.

    The local dog will represent the Colored Bull Terrier world in tonight's Terrier Group contest, which will air live starting at 8 p.m. on cable's USA Network.

    Paradox is the daughter of Rocky Top's Sundance Kid (aka: Rufus), who in 2006 became the first bull terrier to win the prestigious Westminster crown.

    Today's breed win is the second national title this month for the North Tonawanda canine. She was the winning colored bull terrier on Feb. 2 at the American Kennel Club/Eukanuba National Championships in Portland, Ore.

    A locally owned Lhasa Apso, Champion Showa Fantastic With Pantulf, also won his breed group today and will compete tonight. "Matthew," as he's known to his family and friends, will turn seven next month, and has a long list of national championship.

    Edith Jones, of Orchard Park, co-owns the dog with Linda Kendall Smith, a Delaware Lhasa Apso breeder.
    Matthew, who was selected Best of Breed from a group of 23 Lhasa Apsos from around the country, and will compete in the Non-Sporting Group this evening.

    Winners of the group contests go on to complete Tuesday night in the Westminster finals, the dog world's equivalent of the Super Bowl, which will select America's top dog.

  2. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    The bull terriers in the ring tonight were beautiful.

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