It’s the largest and most prestigious dog show in the United States – and history has taught us that some breeds have a better chance of hitting the jackpot than others.
The 146th annual celebration of all things canine was held this year at Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, New York.
Nearly 3,500 dogs took part in America’s response to Crufts, with Trumpet becoming the first Bloodhound to win Best in Show.
While Trumpet made history at the second-oldest continuous sporting event in the United States after the Kentucky Derby, other breeds are more accustomed to stepping onto the podium and earning that sought-after rosette.
Here are the dog breeds that have received Westminster’s highest honor the most times.
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