Like anyone from 2000 Best in Show, 2019 Westminster kennel club show shows drama.
A few minutes ago, before Tuesday night, a show started at Madison Square Garden in New York City and Westminster officials said one of the dogs that argued for the best performance would no longer be competitive
Colton, of Howell, Michigan, who Gail Miller Bisher, Westminster kennel club spokesman, began his commentary on Fox Sports 1 show (show 7: 30-21: 00).
Bisher said Colton and his caretaker would be asked to leave the ring until the best show begins at the end of Tuesday's show. The second-order non-sports dog would not be suitable to compete in its place, she said.
Because Colton was removed from the dispute, only six dogs will compete for the best exhibitions, not the usual seven. not sports, dogs, toys, sports, pastures, work and terrier groups.
Although these ways of development are unknown at dog shows, this is an unprecedented show, as Westminster commentators
. Firstly, Bisher and his colleague commentators have not provided many explanations that are not related to the vague idea that the dog was disqualified not because of the actual dog, but because of Colton's ownership problem
. The reason the exhibition started was commented by the commentators that officials learned about a conflict between the interests of the dog and the judges.
The nature of this "property conflict": disqualifying relationship between dog owners and family from th
Like many dogs, Colton has many owners. 201
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