Good dog! Trumpet the bloodhound wins Westminster Kennel Club dog show

The dog show, We’re gonna start with the two new breeds. First up, we have the moody, this is *** cinch. There we go, facing out. They do. So we have, we can get *** picture All of your breeds. Can you put the two Russian toy closer? The famed new york city Dog show will take place again at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown. New york, playing into this year’s theme of old meets new as we honor our man, our Manhattan heritage while embracing our Westchester County adventure. I really appreciate Lyndhurst continued hospitality to hold our tradition of being the second oldest continuously held sporting event in all of America and continue the club’s commitment to purpose bred dogs. We

A bloodhound named Trumpet won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Wednesday night, besting six other finalists to snare U.S. dogdom’s most coveted best in show prize.Trumpet beat a French bulldog, a German shepherd, a Maltese, an English setter, a Samoyed and a Lakeland terrier to take the trophy in the 146th Westminster.Trumpet became the first bloodhound to win Westminster.The competition drew more than 3,000 purebred dogs, ranging from affenpinschers to Yorkshire terriers. The goal is to crown the dog that most represents the ideal for its breed.Each finalist represented a different canine “group,” or type, such as hounds or terriers.Westminster is often described as the Super Bowl of U.S. dog shows, and Winston the French bulldog aimed to make it so for co-owner Morgan Fox, a defensive lineman who was just signed by the Los Angeles Chargers.Fox, who has also played for the Los Angeles Rams and the Carolina Panthers, tweeted his congrats to Winston after his semifinal victory Tuesday night.“Apparently I should be training with him,” added Fox, who also said he’d developed a new appreciation for what it may have been like for his parents to watch his games. Another competitor, Ooma, had a smooth path Wednesday to the semifinals. She was the only Chinook that showed up. The sled-pullers are the official dog of the state of New Hampshire, but they’re rare nationwide.

A bloodhound named Trumpet won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Wednesday night, besting six other finalists to snare U.S. dogdom’s most coveted best in show prize.

Trumpet beat a French bulldog, a German shepherd, a Maltese, an English setter, a Samoyed and a Lakeland terrier to take the trophy in the 146th Westminster.

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Trumpet became the first bloodhound to win Westminster.

The competition drew more than 3,000 purebred dogs, ranging from affenpinschers to Yorkshire terriers. The goal is to crown the dog that most represents the ideal for its breed.

Each finalist represented a different canine “group,” or type, such as hounds or terriers.

Westminster is often described as the Super Bowl of U.S. dog shows, and Winston the French bulldog aimed to make it so for co-owner Morgan Fox, a defensive lineman who was just signed by the Los Angeles Chargers.

Fox, who has also played for the Los Angeles Rams and the Carolina Panthers, tweeted his congrats to Winston after his semifinal victory Tuesday night.

“Apparently I should be training with him,” added Fox, who also said he’d developed a new appreciation for what it may have been like for his parents to watch his games.

Another competitor, Ooma, had a smooth path Wednesday to the semifinals. She was the only Chinook that showed up. The sled-pullers are the official dog of the state of New Hampshire, but they’re rare nationwide.

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