Bloodhound named top dog at Westminster

Winston, a French bulldog, won “Reserve Best in Show” at the annual event

A bloodhound named Trumpet has become the first of his breed to take ‘Best in Show’ at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Photo courtesy FOX Sports
Photo courtesy FOX Sports

A bloodhound named Trumpet has become the first of his breed to take “Best in Show’” at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

The four-year-old male from Saint Joseph, Ill., bested a field of 3,000 entered dogs to win the title, earning top spots in his respective “Best in Breed” and “Best in Group” categories.

Winston, a French bulldog, won “Reserve Best in Show.” The pooch is coowned by National Football League defensive lineman Morgan Fox, who plays for the Los Angeles Chargers.

Other group winners include:

  • Toy Group: Hollywood the Maltese
  • Herding Group: River the German shepherd
  • Sporting Group: Belle the English setter
  • Working Group: Striker the Samoyed
  • Terrier Group: MM the Lakeland terrier

First held in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is the second-oldest continuous sporting event in the U.S. after only the Kentucky Derby.

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