If you are looking for a chocolate female that has a pedigree with a lot of point, Molly has it. She has a very natural staunch point and does not crowd birds. Molly also loves to retrieve both on land and in water. She is a pretty good marking dog and loves to play the game. She has the build and drive to go all day in an upland field and finish in the duck blind that night. She is one of my main guide dogs every fall, chasing wild ring neck pheasants.
Misty is sired by GMPR Far’s Shake Quake and Quiver MH. Her Dam is GMPR BPK’s Awesome Annabelle SH. Misty loves to train and work hard. She is doing master level training before a year of age. She has a beautiful tri-pod point. This little gal is a workhorse in the field and she just has a ton of passion to play the game. Keep your eye out for this little gal she is fun to watch. Misty finished off the year with her last hunt test until 2009 with a bang. Misty received her first AKC Master Pass at 23 months and two seniors passes in the same weekend. I am so excited about this little girl's future because it looks bright. I’m going to have a ball running her. Misty now has seven AKC passes and was qualified for the 2009 Master National as a two-year-old.
GMPR CPR Roux’s Golden Diamond in the Rough QAA, Teka, wins a 42-dog qualifying at the North Dakota Retriever Club; we are so excited about this female. She can flat out mark and is a natural straight running dog. I spent two years looking and waiting for a chocolate female and Teka was well worth the wait. At a young age of 7 months she was doing some all age marks as singles. She is very athletic, a great marker and very strong in the water. Teka is out of Wing Magic’s Louisiana Roux MH QAA (Amateur win) x CPR MPR Santa Fe’s Contender Trya MH. Teka just turned two and finished this summer test season with a derby win and four jams. Her littermate Ammo was the 2009 top derby dog, breaking the record with a 131 derby points. Teka will be running quals, master pointer and AKC Master tests in 2012. Her point may be the best I have seen.
So far Ann is proving to be everything I am looking for in a pointing lab. She is a pinpoint marker and is bird crazy. She has a beautiful tri-pod point and a great memory. Ann is great with kids and spends part of her time as a house dog enjoying time with my two sons. Her great personality builds a strong connection. Ann is sired by FC AFC Downtown Dusty Brown (2004 Top derby dog) and proven producer CP TDK’s Putting for Birdie JH. Ann has done a lot of pheasant guiding this fall. Every day she retrieves birds and is always the most liked by the clients I guide. She has stuck some very stylish points on all wild birds and has earned her 4x GMPR this fall as well as went 7 for 8 in AKC master tests, qualifying for the 2010 Master National. We are planning on qualifying and running the 2012 Master National with Ann.
Liz is co-owned with Bill Sutton. Liz is a strong marking dog, loveable, trainable, loves to train, and has a hard work ethic, classic looks and one of the strongest natural points I have seen. She is great with kids and loves attention. Liz knows how to turn it off at home and turn it on in the field. She has been a true pleasure to train. Liz is an AKC Master Hunter, 2x Grandmaster pointer. Liz jammed the qual at North Dakota Retriever Club and got her 5th master pass to qualify for the 2008 Master National the same weekend.
What a great addition to our Kennel. Everything I want in a female, great point, work ethic, natural ability, and a desire to play the game. With an off switch that I love, Ruby got her Master Pointer title with no whoa, breaking all natural. She is a great marking dog and a major team player that got her AKC master hunter title as a two year old. I have been around a lot of great dogs and she rates right at the top. Look for Ruby in future tests and keep an eye out for when we breed her because her pups will be capable of big things.