Treeing Walker Coonhound Named 'Bank' Is The 2019 PKC World Champion

Treeing Walker Coonhound Named ‘Bank’ Is the 2019 PKC World Champion

A 3-year-old male Treeing Walker Coonhound named “Bank” has been rolling in the winnings with co-owner-handler Kevin Cable Jr. of Connersville, Indiana. WCH PCH GR NITE CH CH ‘PR’ Money In The Bank won the Professional Kennel Club (PKC) World Championship October 2019 in Salem, Illinois, by besting nearly 800 coonhounds in the elimination-style competition and earning $30,000 in winnings. Prior to the World Championship, Bank won at the Earl Floyd Ford Pro Classic in Carrollton, Kentucky, capturing $10,000 in winnings. A few weeks after the World Championship, Bank won all three nights at the Pro Classic in Liberty, Indiana, again earning $30,000 in winnings. Cable bought Bank, who is co-owned by Larry Danner of Sycamore, Ohio, as a started 2-year-old in March 2019. “Not many dogs have done what Bank has done at his age, and being consistent is what he does best,” Cable says. The handsome male is handled in bench shows by Cable’s wife, Angie. Bank was sired by PCH GR NITE CH GR CH ‘PR’ Big Money, a 9-year-old who won $61,000 during his career and is a top producer who gives his progeny independence and accuracy on trailing. Bank is fed Purina Pro Plan SPORT Performance 30/20 Chicken & Rice Formula dog food.