After a day of breed judging and group competitions, the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will conclude on Tuesday, ending with the Best in Show competition at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Although some of the group winners were named on Monday, there are several more groups to be judged during competitions on Tuesday night, before the Best in Show winner is named.
Much like the first day of the Westminster Dog Show, there will be opportunities all day and night on Tuesday to watch more of the competition. And of course, that will conclude on Fox Sports 1 and several live streams at the end of the night.
2019 Westminster Dog Show Day 2 Schedule
Breed judging, Junior Handler Preliminaries: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. ET; Fox Sports Go
Breed judging: 1 p.m.-4 p.m. ET; Nat Geo Wild or fuboTV
Pre-show: 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m. ET; Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports Go or fuboTV
On Monday, the winners were named for four groups. Here are the dogs that won their groups and have already advanced to Tuesday's Best in Show competition:
Herding group: Baby Lars, a Bouvier des Flandres
Hound group: Burns, a long-haired dachshund
Non-sporting group: Colton, a Schipperke
Toy group: Bono, a Havanese
The winners of the sporting, working and terrier groups will be awarded on Tuesday night. Then, the seven group winners will take part in the Best in Show competition.
The Best in Show award has gone to six different groups over the past six years. Last year's winner, a Bichon Frise, came from the non-sporting group. The Schipperke will look to make it two straight wins for that group on Tuesday.
The terrier group has earned 46 Best in Show wins, the most of any group. This year, the winning terrier would have to win two competitions in one night to bring home the grand prize.
Dogs are judged by general appearance, movement and temperament, as well as their coat, colors, eye color and shape, ear shape and placement, feet, tail and other factors.
There is a chance that this year's Best in Show award will go to a breed that has never had a previous winner. None of the four breeds that won a group competition on Monday have ever had a dog win Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show.