Dylan, a Toy dog who also won first prize in his individual category, beat six other finalists to take home the title along with his proud owner Kathleen Roosens.
But which dog breed is the favourite to take home the trophy this year?
What are the Crufts 2020 Best in Show winner odds?The current odds on which breed of dog will win Best in Show this year according to Betway are as follows:
- Terrier – 13/8
- Hound- 7/4
- Gun – 5/2
- Utility – 5/1
- Toy – 10/1
- Pastoral – 12/1
- Working – 16/1
Betway’s Chad Yeomans commented: ‘The Terrier is bounding towards Crufts Best in Show at 13/8 to be crowned as this year’s top dog, as Jack Russells and Bull Terriers jump through hoops to showcase their canine credentials.’ ‘Tailing closely behind at 7/4 is the Hound, with the Gun aiming for the title at 5/2. The Working dog is a far-fetched bet, chasing the pack at 16/1.’
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How can you watch Crufts 2020?If you don’t want to miss a bark, woof or whistle from this year’s Crufts event, you can catch all of the main arena action from the four day event via the official Crufts YouTube channel.
The show streams live on YouTube and Crufts also upload daily highlights if you only have time to watch the best bits.You can also watch Crufts 2020 on Channel 4 and More4, who produce daily coverage of the show. If you want to watch the action live and see the Best in Show winner crowned live at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, there are still tickets available to buy either online or on the door on the day for either Saturday 7 or Sunday 8 March. Click here for more information and to buy tickets for Crufts 2020. Follow Metro across our social channels, on , and Instagram.
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