Deborah Rodriguez, Jeff Johnson, Kim Tunnicliffe discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

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Air closed with the parks are open. Like Stone. ABC NEWS Anaheim, California A sudden teenager has joined the world of dog showing. She's already earned the title of professional dog handlers We hear from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe 18 year old Lily Brenner of Sutton has been around dogs her entire life When I was born, My parents had English pointers and we still have English blenders. We breathe them. So when I was level they told me in the well thing walk with the letters. They called me the puppy socialize, er. So it's really no surprise that four years ago when she was just 14 Lily trained to become a professional dog handler, learning the ins and outs of how to position your dog in the ring had to hold the leash and all kinds of commands. Since then, she's participated in numerous dog shows with her three core G's Dante Bliss and charm. I think my dogs enjoy doing it. I think they have fun. They perked up when we get to a show surges into spend time with them, work with them and do something we both love is my favorite part of atomic clock. WBZ Boston's news radio. Meantime, horse racing fans are getting ready for the fastest two minutes in sports. Tomorrow is the Kentucky Derby. WBC's Drew Mulholland reports. It's getting busy at Churchill Downs ready to run for the Roses. Here's the biker chick. Kentucky Derby. What a race it was last year this year Undefeated, Essential quality is the 2 to 1 favorite. I just spoke with retired jockey Jeff Johnson at Churchill Downs right now, who was helping all the jockey? Check in as part of his job with the Jockey's Guild Jack Carroll, coming in violence that you can see it through their math, pretty cool scene, he says. Happy the weather like there's a lot of excitement here From then he's been around Churchill Downs his whole career I had to know. Is he picking a winner? I'm not already Then Drew Mohammed WBZ, Boston's news radio. Ah, local Olympic Star says Now that she's retired from the sport, she's made it her mission to shine a light on the realities of mental health. Needham native Aly Raisman says she's struggled with her mental health for years. She so could speak, or she spoke with CBS this morning about it. Gymnastics is so amazing that one of the things I've struggled with is worrying so much about what other people think about me and people pleasing because It's really a lot of the sport. And so it's really hard Tonto kind of dig in and really look inside myself and be happy with you. I am Raisman says Tomorrow she'll host a virtual world wellness break marking the start of mental Health awareness month. Washington now, and there's been talk about this lately, but it is official President Biden's rescue dogs or about to get a formidable companion. First lady Jill Biden has let the cat out of the bag. She is waiting in the wings, she tells NBC's today show. The first family is adopting a kitty. How will it go over with first dog Major who has been removed from the White House twice over nipping incidents? That was part of his training. They took him into a shelter with cats. Secret Service. Yeah, and he did fine, though their three year old rescue has had some trouble adjusting to his 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue surrounds, Mrs Biden assures he is such a sweet Lovable dog. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News It's 6 21. What people have said to me. I waved to Kristin when she goes by. Can she.

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