Sport: Top Dog

Three years ago, while judging at a London dog show, Mrs. John G. Winant, wife of the late U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, could hardly take her eyes off a nine-month-old Scottish terrier pup. Said Constance Winant, an old hand with blue-blooded dogs: "He filled my eye. I had never seen such an air of perfection, such perfect showmanship, such manners." She gave the pup a blue ribbon, then bought him for $7,500.

If any dog was worth that much it was Walsing Winning Trick of Edgerstoune. Mrs. Winant showed him...

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