Westminster Dog Show 2022 Live Updates: The Road to Best in Show

Donald Sturz, this year’s Best in Show judge, has spent the last few days sequestered in his hotel room, insulating himself from any news about which dog has won what prize in the competition so far.

“No Facebook, no nothing,” Sturz, 60, said by phone. “I’m staying off social media. I posted a picture of myself and my husband at the judges’ dinner party on Sunday night, and then I went radio silent.”

The idea, he said, is that when he enters the ring tonight, he will be free of preconceptions.

“Part of the dream of this judging assignment is that you walk out onto the floor and you have no idea

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