I am proud and pleased to announce that Tresor went Best in Opposite Sex yesterday at the Borzoi Club of Greater New York Specialty show. He was with a handler, Mary Cummings, who did a gorgeous job is displaying him at his best. He was relaxed and happy throughout his time in the ring. At one point, a puppy lunged at his face and he nobly ignored it like the gentle-man he has become since coming home.
Unfortunately, we could not stay for the photos because it involved a long wait. LT was under the weather so I needed to leave immediately after the judging. So, the day was a mixed bag in that sense. I felt badly for my friends, my sister-in-law, N9, who drove down from New Hampshire, and Jelly’s breeder N24, who also had a long ride back to Cross River, NY. Our drive was relatively short in comparison to theirs. At home, we tried to take some photos but they did not turn out very well. So, I took a photo of his ribbon on his portrait, although it is not a very good one. He is coming along nicely. I am very proud of his accomplishments since coming home on July 3rd.