The 2020 Cincinnati Kennel Club Dog Show in Hamilton, Ohio ended on Sunday, May 30th and there were quite a number of strong contestants in attendance.
These exhibition results were found through The Canine Chronicle magazine.
The Cincinnati Kennel Club may also be known as the Queen City Dog Training Club, although none of our employees here at Dog O’Day are from southern Ohio, it’s unclear.
However, there were many worthy competitors in the 2020 Cincinnati Kennel Club dog show, and we have the results here.
Who Won at the 2020 Cincinnati Kennel Club Dog Show?
First place in the Hound Group, judged by Carl Gene Lippman, went to an Australian Shepherd named Sugarbird Mr Bojangles.
The red ribbon in second place went to a Canaan Dog, the white ribbon for third went to a Shetland Sheepdog, and the yellow ribbon in fourth place went to an Icelandic Sheepdog.
The Hound Group was judged by June Penta and they awarded the group win to a female borzoi named GCHB Soyaras Devilish Delilah, which likely means her nickname is Delilah.
A Scottish Deerhound was also placed in second place, a Whippet in third and a 15-inch Beagle in fourth place. The Beagle was the only guy placed in this group that was into girl power.
The Non-Sporting Group was judged by Gerald Penta and he gave the blue ribbon to a standard poodle named Hillwoods Purple Rain.
A French Bulldog, a Tibetan Spaniel and a Schipperke were also placed in that order.
The Sporting Group blue ribbon went to an English setter with the registered name GCHG Wingfield N Chebaco Just So You Know, judged by Donna Ernst.
A Golden Retriever was also placed in second place, a Gordon Setter in third and a Welsh Springer Spaniel in fourth place.
The main prize in the Terrier group was won by a female Border Terrier named simply Meadowlake Gypsy; the judge was Gayle Denman.
A Miniature Schnauzer, an American Hairless Terrier and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier were also placed in this order. Only fourth place in this group was again a male.
The Toy Group was founded by Dr. Wanda Spediacci judged and she named a Havanese named GCHB That’s Fire Power at Enginuity as the top dog.
Also placed here were a female Chihuahua, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Brussels Griffon, in that order.
The working group was also led by Dr. Wanda Spediacci, who named a Doberman pinscher named GCHB Jagers Perfectly Designed for Silhouette the group winner.
The red ribbon went to a Portuguese water dog, the white ribbon went to a Bullmastiff and the yellow ribbon went to a boxer who was the only male in his group.
Best in Show
The 2020 Cincinnati Kennel Club Dog Show Best in Show award went to the English Setter, while the Reserve Best in Show award went to the Standard Poodle. Best in Show was judged by Carol Spritzer.
Congratulations to all won and placed dogs in their groups!