Champions Finished

The following is a partial list of 20 champions finished by Bordition.  This list is not comprehensive, espcially for dogs finished prior to 2008.

Name Birthdate Date Finished Breed Current Owner
Moonbeam At Bordition 9/13/2013 10/16/2013 American Water Spaniel Loving Family
Moonburn At Borditon 9/13/2013 10/15/2013 American Water Spaniel Loving Family
Paper Airplane At Bordition 8/4/2013 10/10/2013 American Water Spaniel Loving Family
TudorRose Flower Power 7/13/2012 8/20/2012 Skye Terrier Loving Family
Prank Call At Bordition 7/26/2012 8/19/2012 American Water Spaniel Loving Family
Gold Fever At Bordition 4/26/2012 6/9/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Day Trader At Bordition 4/26/2012 5/27/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Wine And Spirits At Bordition 4/3/2012 5/5/2012 Irish Setter Loving Family
Inner Circle At Bordition 3/28/2012 4/30/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Time Zone At Bordition 2/6/2012 4/4/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Winners Circle At Bordition 2/6/2012 4/2/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Grand Slam At Bordition 2/20/2012 3/29/2012 Irish Setter Deceased
Circled In Blue At Bordition 2/13/2012 3/19/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
No Time At Bordition 2/6/2012 3/19/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
High Society At Bordition 2/6/2012 3/17/2012 Irish Setter Deceased
High Spirits At Bordition 2/6/2012 3/3/2012 Irish Setter Deceased
Tangled Up In Blue @ Bordition 1/1/2012 2/4/2012 American Water Spaniel Deceased
Stuff It at Bordition 1/1/2012 2/1/2012 Irish Setter Loving Family
Pop Secret At Bordition 10/10/2008 1/22/2009 Irish Setter Loving Family
Easy Money At Bordition 6/10/2008 8/7/2008 Irish Setter Loving Family


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
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The figure 8 exercise requires the team to heel in a figure 8 pattern either on or off leash. Generally two of the ring stewards will assist the judge with this exercise by acting as "posts", standing 8 feet apart, that the team walks around to form the loops of the figure 8.
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A specialty show is a dog show which reviews a single breed, unlike other dog shows, particularly conformation shows, which are generally referred to as "all-breed" because they are open to all breeds recognized by the sponsoring kennel club.