List of Best in Show winners of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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Best in Show of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
A group of judges holding a silver trophy and a large rosette next to a brown dog standing on its back legs. In the foreground is a large yellow sign marked "Best in Show"
Sussex Spaniel Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee being presented with Best in Show in 2009
CountryUnited States
Presented byWestminster Kennel Club
First awarded1907
Currently held byGCH Afterall Painting The Sky (Fox Terrier (Wire))
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Best in Show of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
A group of judges holding a silver trophy and a large rosette next to a brown dog standing on its back legs. In the foreground is a large yellow sign marked "Best in Show"
Sussex Spaniel Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee being presented with Best in Show in 2009
CountryUnited States
Presented byWestminster Kennel Club
First awarded1907
Currently held byGCH Afterall Painting The Sky (Fox Terrier (Wire))
Official websiteWestminster Kennel Club

The title of Best in Show is given to the dog chosen as the winner of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show according to conformation show rules. It has its origins in the variety classes for champions that were introduced in 1905 which included prizes for best champion dog and best champion bitch.[1][2] The title of Best in Show at Westminster has been awarded every year beginning in 1907 except for 1923 when changes in American Kennel Club rules prohibited mixed breed judging until a uniform process could be adopted;[3] following further changes in rules it was awarded again in 1924.

The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is an all-breeds conformation show.[4][5] It has been held in New York City, New York annually since 1877.[6] It was held at Madison Square Garden for the first time in 1880,[7][8] and is currently held in the modern arena of the same name.[9] Dogs are first placed in breed specific classes for Best of Breed, with the winners moving on to the respective breed group. Winners from each group then compete for the title of Best in Show. In each class, the individual dogs are judged against the breed standard of each dog breed.[4]

In 1992, competition at Westminster was restricted to champions only.[10] A dog can only become a champion by gaining championship points at other conformation shows.[11] Prior to 1992, admission to dogs was open, and in 1938 an English Setter named Daro of Maridor was the Best in Show title at Westminster in his very first outing at a dog show at the age of 11 months.[12] In 1929, a previously unregistered British dog won at Westminster using the name Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, aged nine months in his only show on American soil.[13]

The James Mortimer Memorial Silver Trophy is awarded permanently should the dog win Best in Show on five separate occasions with the same owner, otherwise a silver plated replica is awarded.[14] As of 2010, the most successful dog to win Best in Show at Westminster was a Smooth Fox Terrier named Ch. Warren Remedy.[15] She was the first winner of Best in Show and the only dog to have won it on three occasions.[16]

The Terrier Group would continue to win until 1913 when a Bulldog, Ch. Strathtay Prince Albert, won the title.[17] The Terrier Group is the most successful group, with 45 wins out of 103 occasions. The least successful group is the Herding Group, a group which was only comparatively recently created in 1983, with a single win by Ch. Covy Tucker Hill's Manhattan, a German Shepherd Dog.[18]

Best in Show[edit]

1907Ch. Warren Remedy"A greyscale drawing of a pale colored dog with dark markings on the head and a spot on its back."Fox Terrier (Smooth)TerrierWinthrop Rutherfurd[15]
1910Ch. Sabine Rarebit"A greyscale photograph of a black and white terrier facing right."F. H. Farwell[19][20]
1911Ch. Tickle Em Jock"A greyscale photograph of a Scottish terrier facing left."Scottish TerrierA. Albright Jr.[21]
1912Ch. Kenmare SorceressA greyscale photo of a short haired terrier with long legs facing rightAiredale TerrierWilliam P. Wolcott[22]
1913Ch. Strathtay Prince AlbertA greyscale photograph of a bulldog facing leftBulldogNon-SportingAlex H. Stewart[17]
1914Ch. SlumberSlumber old english sheepdog.jpgOld English SheepdogWorking[A]Mrs. Tyler Morse[23]
1915Ch. Matford VicMatfordvic.JPGFox Terrier (Wire)TerrierGeorge W. Quintard[24]
1917Ch. Conejo Wycollar BoyA greyscale photograph of a curly-haired terrier, facing right.Mr. Bowser Briones of North Florida[26]
1918Ch. Haymarket FaultlessFaultless.jpgBull Terrier (White)R. H. Elliot[27]
1919Ch. Briergate Bright BeautyAn airedale terrier, facing leftAiredale TerrierG. L. Davis[28]
1920Ch. Conejo Wycollar BoyA greyscale photograph of a curly-haired terrier, facing right.Fox Terrier (Wire)Mrs. Roy A. Rainey[29]
1921Ch. Midkiff SeductiveA parti-colored cocker spaniel, facing right.Spaniel (Cocker) Parti[B]SportingWilliam T. Payne[30]
1922Ch. Boxwood BarkentineAn airedale terrier facing rightAiredale TerrierTerrierFrederic C. Hood[31]
1923Not awarded[3]
1924Ch. Barberry Hill BootleggerSealyham TerrierTerrierBayard Warren[32]
1925Ch. Governor MoscowPointerSportingRobert F. Maloney[32]
1926Ch. Signal Circuit of HallestonFox Terrier (Wire)TerrierStanley Halle[33][34]
1927Ch. Pinegrade PerfectionSealyham TerrierFrederic C. Brown[35]
1928Ch. Talavera MargaretFox Terrier (Wire)Reginald M. Lewis[36][37]
1929Laund Loyalty of BellhavenCollie (Rough)Working [A]Florence B. Ilch[13]
1930Ch. Pendley Calling of BlarneyFox Terrier (Wire)TerrierJohn G. Bates[10]
1932Ch. Nancolleth MarkablePointerSportingGeraldine Rockefeller Dodge[38]
1933Ch. Warland Protector of ShelterockAiredale TerrierTerrierS. M. Stewart[39]
1934Ch. Flornell Spicy Bit of HallestonFox Terrier (Wire)Stanley Halle[40]
1935Ch. Nunsoe Duc de la Terrace of BlakeenPoodle (Standard)Non-SportingMrs. Sherman Hoyt[34]
1936Ch. St. Margaret Mignificent of ClairedaleSealyham TerrierTerrierClaire Knapp[41][42]
1937Ch. Flornell Spicy Piece of HallestonFox Terrier (Wire)Stanley Halle[34]
1938Daro of MaridorSetter (English)SportingDwight Ellis[12]
1939Ferry v. Rauhfelsen of GiraldaDoberman PinscherWorkingGeraldine Rockefeller Dodge[43]
1940Ch. My Own BrucieSpaniel (Cocker) Black[B]SportingHerman E. Mellenthin[10][44]
1942Ch. Wolvey Pattern of EdgerstouneWest Highland White TerrierTerrierConstance Winant[45]
1943Ch. Pitter Patter of PiperscroftPoodle (Miniature)Non-SportingMrs. P. H. B. Frelinghuysen[46]
1944Ch. Flornell-Rare-Bit of Twin PondsWelsh TerrierTerrierMrs. Edward P. Alker[47]
1945Ch. Shieling's SignatureScottish TerrierMr. & Mrs. T. H. Snethen[21]
1946Ch. Hetherington Model RhythmFox Terrier (Wire)Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Carruthers[48]
1947Ch. Warlord of MazelaineBoxerWorkingMr. & Mrs. Richard C. Kettles, Jr.[48]
1948Ch. Rock Ridge Night RocketBedlington TerrierTerrierMr. & Mrs. William A. Rockefeller[49]
1949Ch. Mazelaine Zazarac BrandyBoxerWorkingMr. & Mrs. John Phelps Wagner[50]
1950Ch. Walsing Winning Trick of EdgerstouneScottish TerrierTerrierConstance Winant[51]
1951Ch. Bang Away of Sirrah CrestBoxerWorkingDr. & Mrs. R. C. Harris[50]
1952Ch. Rancho Dobe's StormDoberman PinscherMr. & Mrs. Len Carey[52]
1954Ch. Carmor's Rise and ShineSpaniel (Cocker) ASCOB[B]SportingMrs. Carl E. Morgan[54]
1955Ch. Kippax FearnoughtBulldogNon-SportingJohn A. Saylor[55]
1956Ch. Wilber White SwanPoodle (Toy)ToyBertha Smith[10]
1957Ch. Shirkhan of GrandeurAfghan HoundHoundSunny Shay, Dorothy Chenade[56]
1958Ch. Puttencove PromisePoodle (Standard)Non-SportingMrs. George Puttnam[57]
1959Ch. Fontclair FestoonPoodle (Miniature)Clarence Dillon[58]
1960Ch. Chik T'Sun of CavershamPekingeseToyMr. & Mrs. C. C. Venable[59]
1961Ch. Cappoquin Little SisterPoodle (Toy)Florence Michelson[10]
1962Ch. Elfinbrook SimonWest Highland White TerrierTerrierBarbara Worcester[60]
1963Ch. Wakefield's Black KnightSpaniel (English Springer)SportingMrs. W. J. S. Borie[61]
1964Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of PennyworthWhippetHoundPeggy Newcombe[34][42]
1965Ch. Carmichael's FanfareScottish TerrierTerrierMr. & Mrs. Charles C. Stalter[62]
1966Ch. Zeloy Mooremaide's MagicFox Terrier (Wire)Marion G. Bunker[63]
1967Ch. Bardene BingoScottish TerrierE. H. Stuart[64]
1968Ch. Stingray of DerryabahLakeland TerrierMr. & Mrs. James A. Farrell, Jr.[65]
1969Ch. Glamoor Good NewsSkye TerrierW. Goodman, Mrs. A. Goodman[66]
1970Ch. Arriba's Prima DonnaBoxerWorkingDr. & Mrs. P. Pagano, Dr. T. Fickes[50]
1971Ch. Chinoe's Adamant JamesSpaniel (English Springer)SportingMilton E. Prickett[34]
1973Ch. Acadia Command PerformancePoodle (Standard)Non-SportingEdward Jenner, Jo Ann Sering[67]
1974Ch. Gretchenhof Columbia RiverPointer (German Shorthaired)SportingRichard P. Smith[34]
1975Ch. Sir Lancelot of BarvanOld English SheepdogWorking[A]Mr. & Mrs. R. Vanword[68]
1976Ch. Jo Ni's Red Baron of CroftonLakeland TerrierTerrierMrs. V. K. Dickson[69]
1977Ch. Dersade Bobby's GirlSealyham TerrierPool Forge Kennels[10]
1978Ch. Cede HigginsYorkshire TerrierToyBarbara A. & Charles W. Switzer[70][71]
1979Ch. Oak Tree's IrishtocratSpaniel (Irish Water)SportingAnne E. Snelling[72]
1980Ch. Innisfree's Sierra CinnarSiberian HuskyWorkingKathleen Kanzler[73]
1981Ch. Dhandys Favorite WoodchuckPugToyRobert A. Hauslohner[74]
1982Ch. St. Aubrey Dragonora of ElsdonPekingeseAnne E. Snelling[75]
1983Ch. Kabiks The ChallengerAfghan HoundHoundChris & Marguerite Terrell[71]
1984Ch. Seaward's BlackbeardNewfoundlandWorkingNell Ayers[76][77]
1985Ch. Braeburn's Close EncounterScottish TerrierTerrierSonnie & Alan Novick[78]
1986Ch. Marjetta's National AcclaimPointerSportingMrs. A. R. Robson, Michael Zollo[79]
1987Ch. Covy Tucker Hill's ManhattanGerman Shepherd DogHerdingS. Braunstein, J. Firestone[80]
1988Ch. Great Elms Prince Charming IIPomeranianToySkip Piazza, Olga Baker[81]
1989Ch. Royal Tudor's Wild As The WindDoberman PinscherWorkingR. & C. Vida, B. Wilhite, A. & S. Korp[10][82]
1990Ch. Wendessa Crown PrincePekingeseToyEdward B. Jenner[83]
1991Ch. Whisperwind On A CarouselPoodle (Standard)Non-SportingDr. & Mrs. Frederick Hartsock[84]
1992Ch. Registry's Lonesome DoveFox Terrier (Wire)TerrierMarion W. & Samuel B. Lawrence[85]
1993Ch. Salilyn's CondorSpaniel (English Springer)SportingD. & R. Herzig, J. Gasow[86]
1994Ch. Chidley Willum The ConquerorNorwich TerrierTerrierRuth Cooper, Patricia Lussier[86]
1995Ch. Gaelforce PostscriptScottish TerrierDr. J. Kinnarney, Dr. V. Huber[71]
1996Ch. Clussexx Country SunriseSpaniel (Clumber)SportingJudith & Richard Zaleski[87]
1997Ch. Parsifal Di Casa NetzerStandard SchnauzerWorkingRita Holloway, Gabrio Del Torre[88]
1998Ch. Fairewood FrolicNorwich TerrierTerrierSandina Kennels[86]
1999Ch. Loteki Supernatural BeingPapillonToyJohn Oulton[89]
2000Ch. Salilyn 'N Erin's ShamelessSpaniel (English Springer)SportingC. Blain, F. Sunseri, J. Gasow[90][91]
2001Ch. Special Times Just RightBichon FriseNon-SportingC. Ruggles, E. McDonald, F. Werneck[91]
2002Ch. Surrey Spice GirlPoodle (Miniature)Ron L. Scott, Barbara Scott[91]
2003Ch. Torums Scarf MichaelKerry Blue TerrierTerrierMarilu Hansen[86]
2004Ch. Darbydale's All Rise Pouch CoveNewfoundlandWorkingPeggy Helming, Carol Bernard Bergmann[86][92]
2005Ch. Kan-Point's VJK Autumn RosesPointer (German Shorthaired)SportingL. & R. Stark, C. Cronk, V. Nunes-Atkinson[93]
2006Ch. Rocky Top's Sundance KidBull Terrier (Colored)TerrierBarbara Bishop, W. F. Poole, N. Shepherd, R. P. Pool[94]
2007Ch. Felicity's Diamond JimSpaniel (English Springer)SportingTeresa Patton, Allen Patton, R. Dehmel, D. Hadsall[95]
2008Ch. K-Run's Park Me In First"A light brown and white dog faces the camera being held by someone. It is on a blue lead."Beagle (15 Inch)HoundCaroline Dowell, Eddie Dziuk, Jon Woodring, Kathy Weich[96]
2009Ch. Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee"A brown dog is standing with its front two paws in the air."Sussex SpanielSportingCecilla Ruggles, Beth Dowd, Scott Sommer[97]
2010Ch. Roundtown Mercedes of MaryscotScottish TerrierTerrierAmelia and Dan Musser[98]
2011GCH Foxcliffe Hickory WindScottish DeerhoundHoundSally Sweatt, Cecilia L. Dove, and Dr. R. Scott Dove[99]
2012GCH Palacegarden MalachyPekingeseToyIris Love, S. Middlebrooks and D. Fitzpatrick[100]
2013GCH Banana Joe V Tani KazariAffenpinscherToyMieke Cooijmans[101]
2014GCH Afterall Painting The SkyFox Terrier (Wire)TerrierVictor Malzoni Jr., Torie Steele, S & M Olund & D Ryan[102]

Summary of Best in Show winners[edit]

Number of winners by breed[edit]

Number of winnersBreed
14Wire Fox Terrier
8Scottish Terrier
6English Springer Spaniel
4Airedale Terrier, American Cocker Spaniel[B], Boxer, Doberman Pinscher, Smooth Fox Terrier, Standard Poodle, Sealyham Terrier, Pekingese
3Miniature Poodle, Pointer
2Afghan Hound, Bulldog, Bull Terrier[C], German Shorthaired Pointer, Lakeland Terrier, Newfoundland, Norwich Terrier, Old English Sheepdog, Toy Poodle, West Highland White Terrier
1Affenpinscher, Beagle, Bedlington Terrier, Bichon Frise, Clumber Spaniel, English Setter, German Shepherd Dog, Irish Water Spaniel, Kerry Blue Terrier, Papillon, Pomeranian, Pug, Rough Collie, Scottish Deerhound, Siberian Husky, Skye Terrier, Standard Schnauzer, Sussex Spaniel, Welsh Terrier, Whippet, Yorkshire Terrier

Number of winners by group[edit]

"A greyscale drawing of a pale colored dog with dark markings on the head and a spot on its back."
Ch. Warren Remedy, a Smooth Fox Terrier, the only dog to have won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on three occasions
Number of winnersGroup


  • A ^'^'^ In 1983, this breed was moved to the newly created Herding Group.
  • B '^'^'^'^ The American Cocker Spaniel breed is judged in three different varieties, "Black", "Parti-color" and "Any solid color other than black" (ASCOB).
  • C ^ The Bull Terrier is judged in two varieties, white and colored.
  • D ^ Best in Show awards for Old English Sheepdog (2) and Rough Collie (1) are included in the Working Group as they were prior to those breeds being moved to the Herding Group in 1983.

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