Awards & Trophies for 2020

TROPHY LIST ROSETTES

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Rosette for Best in Show, Reserve Best In Show, each Group placement, Best Junior Handler, Reserve Best Junior Handler and each placement in Junior Showmanship.

DESIGNATED SPECIALTY SHOWS

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers Rosettes for Best of Breed or Variety, Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed or Variety and Best of Winners.

SUPPORTED ENTRIES ONLY

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers Rosettes for Best of Breed or Variety, Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed or Variety and Best of Winners.

SWEEPSTAKES

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers Rosettes for Best in Sweepstakes and Best of Opposite Sex to Best in Sweepstakes.

SPECIAL PRIZE

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Rosette for any dog completing a championship, grand championship or upper level colored grand championship.

TROPHIES BEST IN SHOW

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Gold Plated Medallion for Best in Show.
The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Bronze Plated Medallion for Reserve Best in Show The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Bronze Plated Medallion for Best Junior Handler.

GROUP

The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers a Silver Plated Medallion for First in each Group.

CHALLENGE

All Challenge Trophies are offered through the Kennel Club of Beverly Hills for competition only at its shows. For permanent possession, the trophy must be won three times by the same owner, not necessarily with the same dog or at consecutive shows. The name of the winning dog will be suitably engraved on the Trophy. All Challenge Trophies will remain in the custody of the Kennel Club of Beverly Hills until retired. It is the owner’s responsibility to notify the Trophy Chairman of a third-time win.

BEST IN SHOW

Shirley and Bob Rains offer the Fred A. Young Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Silver and Goldplated Champagne Cooler. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers the R. Wilton Meyer Memorial Challenge Trophy, an Antique English Silverplated Soup Tureen, circa 1840, on Tray. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
The Kennel Club of Beverly Hills offers the John O’Melveny Memorial Trophy, an Antique Sheffield Covered Vegetable Dish, circa 1840, on Tray. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil, offers a Silverplated Coffee and Tea Service. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Shirley and Bob Rains offer the Rainbou Challenge Trophy, a Gold-Plated Coffee Service with Tray. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Dog World Magazine offers a Crystal Clock Challenge Trophy in honor of Mr. Maxwell Riddle. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Mrs. Ethel Bigler offers the James C. Bigler Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Tray. Retired 02/02/97 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.

SPORTING GROUP

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wanjon offer the Russet Leather Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Trophy in Memory of Ch. Totton’s Jo-B Russet Leather (Chuolo), for FIRST.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Berger offer the Richard D. Renihan Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Trophy, for FIRST.

HOUND GROUP

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson offer the Charles F. Weddle Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Wine Cooler, for FIRST.
Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Powers offer the Powerscourt Trophy, in memory of Ch. Powersmoor Nelson Himself, a Silverplated Coffee Service, for FIRST.
The Late Mitchell Wooten offers the Ch. Herman VI Challenge Trophy in memory of Elaine Webb, a Sterling Silver Trophy, for FIRST.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan J. Reese offer a large Silverplated Chafing Dish, in memory of Ch. My – Adventure, for FIRST.

WORKING GROUP

Mr. and Mrs. John G. McEdward (Dane Eden, Reg.) and Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Larson offer the Gen. Bordner Memorial Trophy, a Silverplated Ornate Punch Bowl, for FIRST.
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Larson offer the Dane Eden Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Wine Cooler, for FIRST.

TERRIER GROUP

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barron offer the Fred A. Young Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Double Casserole, for FIRST. Retired 02/01/98 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Bruce Schwartz offers the Bruhil Challenge Trophy, a pewter wreath of Terriers by Dennis Springer, for FIRST. The Late Dr. Merry Richards and Dolores Maecherlein offer the Ralph & Francesca Thorpe Memorial
Challenge Trophy, a Silverplated Tray, for FIRST. Retired 02/01/98 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil.
Shirley and Bob Rains offer the O’Tamarac Challenge Trophy in Memory of Ralph and Francesca Thorpe, a Limited-Edition Sculpture from Dannyquest Designs in Cold-Cast Bronze by T. Acevedo of Kerry Blue Terriers Sparring, for FIRST. Retired 02/01/98 and reoffered by Bruce Schwartz Bruhil.

TOY GROUP

Dolores and Fred Maecherlein offer the Bobby Schulze and Mitchell Wooten Memorial Challenge Trophy, a Large Towle Silverplated Oval Covered Serving Tray, for FIRST.

NON-SPORTING GROUP

Ed and Grace Davenport offer a Silverplated Baroque Ice Bucket, for FIRST. Retired 06/22/03 and reoffered by Lenard Schweitzer, Laurel MacMinn and David Murray.

HERDING GROUP

Bruce Schwartz, Bruhil, offers a Silver-plated Tray Challenge Trophy for FIRST.

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