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Stump, a Sussex Spaniel, runs with its handler during the Sporting Group judging at the 2009 Westminster Dog Show in New York February 10, 2009.

The Old Boy Was In It to Win It

Stump Steals The Show
10-Year-Old School Sussex Spaniel Wins Westminster | Photos

At 10, Stump became the oldest best in show winner ever at the Westminster Kennel Club, coming out of retirement only last week and walking off with the top prize Tuesday night.

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