Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Frosty Update



Unfortunately Frosty (Ch Marionhill Morning Frost) lost in the Best of Breed part of the competition amid 30 contenders. A beautiful Siberian Husky by the name of  Ch Paragon's Red Wine won the title and the opportunity to go on in the competition. Here is her picture:


We are so excited that my cousin and Frosty had the opportunity to compete in the Olympics of dog shows and I suspect we may hear more about Frosty in the future. Thanks for all of your well wishes and congratulations to the beautiful dog that won. Now we can see how she does in the Best In Show.

20 comments:

Brian Miller said...

i think it was great that frosty was there...nicely done.

Amy said...

Nancy, We just watched the 'best of show' part of Westminster. Frankly, I think just the fact that Frosty was there was 'winning ' - such a beautiful dog!

JC said...

Sorry he didn't win but how exciting to be there. I'm recording the Big W now.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Frosty still deserves a huge salute! And may he win in the future.

ds said...

Frosty is still one beautiful, clearly happy dog. Sometimes just being there is reward enough. And there's always next year.

Eternally Distracted said...

Go Frosty... It's the taking part that counts!!

What a bootiful doggy!

NY Wolve said...

Wow, what a beauitful dog!

Lori ann said...

Oh! what a gorgeous dog. He looks like a winning one to me.

How are you doing up there Nancy? is the snow beginning to melt yet?

♥ lori

Lydia said...

Well, in Frosty's honor I will now cheer for the Siberian Husky who won to get Best in Show. What a great event to be a part of!

Bonnie, Original Art Studio said...

It's probably disappointing for the owner when the dog doesn't win. But Frosty probably loved doing all the things he was trained to do, be with his trainer, be with other dogs, have a job to do ...

At least, I am making the assumption that Frosty does not understand the concept of winning/losing .... perhaps I am not giving him enough credit!!!

Frosty is beautiful and loved - so he 'won' big time.

The Good Cook said...

Oh those bitches, always stealing the show! ;-)

DJan said...

Just as in winning Olympic gold, just being in the competition makes you an elite doggy, Frosty! I do think they love to show off, and it was great to share your "relative" with us, Nancy.

R.J. said...

Frosty looks like a winner to me. I don't judge dogs, I just love 'em.

Leah J. Utas said...

Good on Frosty for giving it a go.

Rain said...

I love those dog shows! Too bad that Frosty didn't win, but there's always next year!!! She is so soft looking!

Kathy's Klothesline said...

What a great experience! Maybe next year....

Land of shimp said...

Nancy, it's an accomplishment, and something to take pride in, even being there! Well done, Frosty, although I'm sorry he didn't win, there is still much to take pride in!

My husband and I have a habit of goofing around, and going for the intentional irony. For instance, we've been to Vancouver, and it's gorgeous. We adored it, neither of us wanted to leave. But now every time we see British Columbia or Vancouver (not just in the Olympics, as I occasionally watch DVDs of shows filmed there) we'll say, "Oh poor, poor ugly, hideous Vancouver. So hard to look at! Poor, blighted Vancouver." because it was just that beautiful, and that lovely, we'd end up sounding like a Hallmark card if we went on about how beautiful it was, every time we saw it.

I explain this because my reaction to Frosty? "Oh, poor, poor, hideous doggy!" because he's just that gorgeous.

Before anyone skim reads that, misses the crucial point and decides I need my butt kicked: Irony. Irony alert!

A Year on the Grill said...

wait til next year... the excitement of the moment got to him

linda said...

I am sure she will win in the future, you win some and you lose some...she knows that!

gorgeous dog and such a love are those huskies.
xoxox

Hilary said...

What a great opportunity. It's clear that Frosty is indeed a winner.. regardless of that outcome.