It Takes a Touch of Magic

Winners unite showmanship and spirit in perfect proportion.

By | Posted: Sat May 26 00:00:00 PDT 2001

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"I showed a Boxer, Painted Lady, and won the Working group twice at the Garden in the early '60s," he recalled. "You had to treat her like a lady. If I scolded her in any way, she'd quit. She was very temperamental. She grew up with me and learned to depend on me, because she knew I'd protect her. I also taught her to bark by whispering 'cat.' I'd do it without anybody hearing me," Gregory said. "Once, when she won the big Boxer specialty in New York, I got her to bark, and the little old ladies at ringside said, 'Oh, she knows she won.' That's show biz!"

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