Beating thousands of other dogs, Colin (Pol Ch Unbeaten
Premiera), a Pomeranian from Warsaw, Poland has qualified for the
final of Crufts after winning Best in Group for the Toy group
Colin, aged two, who was presented with his trophy by Dame Jenni
Murray, will now compete for the prestigious title of Best in Show
tomorrow night against just six other dogs at the world's greatest
dog show, Crufts at the NEC in Birmingham. More than 21,000 dogs
are competing over the four days of the show for the chance to win
the most celebrated title in the world of dogs.
Owner, Borena Borkowska-Grochala and Colin will be returning to
the NEC Arena for the highly anticipated Crufts 2014 final. Only
seven dogs make it all the way through to the final, which will be
watched by thousands in the arena and millions more worldwide as it
will be televised live on Channel 4 and streamed on the official
Crufts YouTube Channel -www.youtube.com/crufts.
Proud owner, Borena said: "I'm very happy as this is my first
time at Crufts. It has been a very nice experience; I was a little
scared going into the ring but it was all fine.
"Colin is a European winner, a multi-champion and now a Crufts
winner. At home he is very playful happy dog. I'm really looking
forward to Best in Show."
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: "We were delighted
to see Colin chosen as the Best in Group winner today, he is such a
lovely dog that clearly loves being in the show ring and has a
great relationship with his handler.
"Reaching the Best in Show final at Crufts is a fabulous
achievement for any dog, and we wish Colin the very best for the
final. Their achievement shows just how international Crufts has
For more information visit www.crufts.org.uk or go
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free downloadable images from Crufts 2014.