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The show was held on 9/29/2018. The judge was Charlene Spiegel. There were 71 Pekingese entered.

Here are the results:

Puppy - Bitches (6)

1ST TRAIAG RENAISSANCE, BPB
2ND KEESKEE DIANA
3RD PEKELLEN NO MORE DRAMA
4TH JIDOKEY SADENESS

1 to 1 1/2 Months - Bitches (13)

1ST JIDOKEY INFATUATION OF TRAIAG
2ND JIDOKEY SHE SELLS SANCTUARY
3RD JIDOKEY ALL THE RIGHT PLACES
4TH KEESKEE OUTLANDISH

Bred by Exhibitor - Bitches (10)

1ST PEKELLEN PAMPERED LIFE, RWB
2ND PEKELLEN TAKE ME UP
3RD JIDOKEY BROKEN GLASS
4TH TRAIAG SOUL SONG

Open - Bitches (1)

1ST DIA AMBRA FANTASTIC, WB,BOW,BOS (5PTS)

Puppy - Dogs (6)

1ST PEKELLEN MATCH POINT, BPIS
2ND JIDOKEY TWIST AND SHOUT
3RD PEKELLEN ALL IS WELL
4TH TRAIAG CHILLING WAVES

1 to 1 1/2 Months - Dogs (8)

1ST PEKELLEN CRISPY CRITTER, RWD
2ND SANDCHAPE KNOCKED OUT
3RD TRAIAG NICE VIEW
4TH TRAIAG CROONER

Bred by Exhibitor - Dogs (12)

1ST JIDOKEY STANDING SOLID, WD (5PTS)
2ND PEKELLEN DICK TRACY
3RD JIDOKEY KLICKER
4TH PEKELLEN BROTHERLY SMOKE

Open - Dogs (1)

1ST TRAIAG MAN OF THE HOUSE

Champions (14)

BISS: GCH JIDOKEY SOMEBODY SPECIAL (5GCH.PTS)
R.BISS: DIA AMBRA FANTASTIC, WB,BOW,BOS (5PTS)
3rdBISS: CH TRAIAG ROMANTICA
4thBISS: CH JIDOKEY SATISFACTION

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to everybody who supported the show happy :)



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