Standard Poodle Wins Best in Show at 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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Siba shows why she’s “top dog” at Westminster.

She was majestic and in all her glory. The Standard Poodle “Siba” won Best in Show at the 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show under Judge Robert Slay at Madison Square Garden. Siba, a 4-year-old female, officially known as GCHP Stone Run Afternoon Tea, was handled by Chrystal Murray-Clas and is owned by Connie Unger and William Lee of Northampton, Pennsylvania.

On Monday night, Siba won the Non-Sporting Group in a field of 21 Best of Breed winners. Westminster reached its conformation entry limit of 2,500 dogs, with three days of Best of Breed competition Feb. 9-11 held at Pier 94 and Group and Best in Show competition held at Madison Square Garden.

“There is no greater prize in the sport of dogs than winning Best in Show at America’s Dog Show,” said Westminster Kennel Club Director of Communications Gail Miller Bisher. “Congratulations to Siba’s handler, owners and breeder for this most prestigious win among a magnificent Best in Show lineup of quality dogs.”

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