American Whippet Club
1979 - 1980 Whippet Annual
CRITTER OF DESTINY
(CHANGE IN DESTINY, ARM X URUHU'S KARMA, ARM)
We wish to congratulate all of CRITTER's kids, and to wish them continued success in 1980.
Sired by Challenge To Destiny (8 ARM points) :
DON'T BE LATE IN 78 ARM, owned by Louis Pegram, finished his racing championship quite easily in stiff mid-western competition.
ROCKHILL'S WINDY BLU BRITCHES, owned by Donna Payne, received 7 ARM points this year.
Sired by Epinard's Shelby of Wyndsor ARM, CD, PCC, FCh. :
FLYAWAY DOVER'S RED HOT FLASH, owned by Pat Mills and Stacy Kinkade, was 3rd at the AWC sweepstakes at Santa Barbara and 4th in the 6-9 puppy classes.
FLYAWAY DELISA'S DELIGHT, owned by Susan Morris, was high score puppy at the San Jose NPR 10-7-1979.
FLYAWAY BOOMER OF FAIRFIELD, owned by Sue Peterson, was 2nd high score puppy at San Jose and 4th high score puppy at the Fairfield NPR 9-1-1979.
FLYAWAY FIRECRACKER O'CACHET, owned by Robert Stratmore, was 4th in the AWC sweepstakes at Santa Barbara.
CRITTER is also proud of receiving 371/2 points toward her open field coursing championship, in only 3 hunts. She is also ARM pointed and plans to start lure coursing in the near future.
We are pleased to announce that a very promising litter is being planned for the fall of 1980, sired by the outstanding dual champion "Ch. Epinard Canyon Creek Sage ARM" out of Critter. Reservations are being taken now.
Ch. Wilpat Dottie's Xmas Waltz
The British Columbia Whippet Racing Club
The much anticipated tenth anniversary celebrations of the B.C.W.R.C. have come and gone, leaving memories of good times the participants will long remember.
On June 10th, our first N.P.R. was won by the Rankin's Amberwood Orc of Regalstock A.R.M., while Swiftsure Happy Daze (McLeod-Buchholz) completed his A.R.M. with a second place finish. Later in the month, the annual fun match drew 31 entries at the home of Bill and Alice Turpin for judge Christine Hopperstad. Vivian Fraser won Best Adult with Timbar's Midnight Sun and Best Puppy with Woodsmoke's Double Chance.
On August 3rd, the tenth anniversary celebrations started with a salmon barbeque at the Turpin Juniors. The next day, 50 adult racers competed with the Bicker's Regalstock Panama Red A.R.M. finishing High Score while the Balint Volant Trilby of Wyndsor and Jo Gore's Ch Epinard Canyon Creek Sage both finish@ their A.R.M.'s. In the evening 70 whippet fanciers from B.C., Washington, °rep California, New York, Delaware and England gathered for the celebration banquet which featured a recognition of charter members, a photo gallery of every whippet to win an N.P.R. in British Columbia, a film highlighting 10 years of the club's activities and a roast of Bill Turpin Jr. who was done to a turn by friends and relatives from both sides of the border. Greetings were also given by Carol Willumsen on behalf of the American Whippet Club and Jean Balint, the A.W.C.'s West Coast Racing Director.
The following day - the second day of the Doubleheader - the racing was once again dominated by Regalstock Panama Red A.R.M. Afterwards, a Speed and Beauty contest was judged by Lynne Underwood who selected the Thompson's Fox's Courageous Eclipse as Best of Breed and Ch Renfield Rose of Course (Oswald Leinback) as Best of Opposite Sex. This event was then followed by the First Whippet Games. Highlights were "Name That Whippet" won by June Harrison and Keeler's Hi Ho Silver, "The Whippet-Owner Shuttle Relay" won by Diane and Barbara Turpin and Ch Renfield Guinevere of Course, and "The Whippet Scramble won by Lynne Underwood.
On September 9th, the club's last N.P.R. of the year was won by Ch. Swiftsure Happy Daze A.R.M. who repeated this victory one week later at the Vancouver Island Whippet Association's first ever N.P.R. meet held at the University of Victoria .
The first ten years have more than lived up to the expectations of the charter members of the B.C.W.R.C. We look forward to 1980 and the start of our second decade.
Bill Turpin Jr., President
British Columbia Whippet Racing Club
CH. FRASERFIELD SILVER JUBILEE
BRED BY VIVIAN M. FRASER OWNED & HANDLED BY VIVIAN M. FRASER & CATHERINE DOCHTERMANN
JUBILEE COMBINES ALL THAT IS BEST IN WHIPPETS, BEAUTY OF BODY WITH EXQUISITE MOVEMENT, SPEED ON THE RACETRACK, SKILL AND ENTHUSIASM ON THE COURSING FIELD AND BEST OF ALL, A GENTLE AND LOVING DISPOSITION.
VIVIAN M. FRASER 1225 CHAPMAN RD., COBBLE HILL, B.C. VOR 1L0 CANADA (604)743-2117
offers puppies born November 20, 1979 (3 males, 4 females)
SIRE: CH. EPINARD'S SONNY JIM OF COURSE, A.R.M.
DAM: CH. SHADES OF TERROR, A.R.M. (formerly Tara of Belle Rouge)
Both parents are former Canadian Racing champions; both represent six consecutive generations of N.P.R. winning Show Champions
the only such pedigree.
Also available later in the year, litter picks from our English (Dondelayo) bloodlines.
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR
FOR BOB'N DOG RACING EQUIPMENT
Triad - used at the majority of Lure Field Trials in Southern California in 1979, unmatched in performance.
Regular - conventional open design.
Continuous - just perfected and beginning to use.
-BOB'N STARTING BOXES
Two and three hole models for personal training.
Slip leads, muzzles, martingales and hound collars.
FOR BOB'N WHIPPETS
QUIN (Am.Mex. Ch. Bob'n Harliquin, C.D. - 7 ARM points)
AMIGO'S BETSY ROSS, F.CH. (AKC major pointed)
MELODY (Zetar's Melody on the Wind, F.Ch.)
GIRL (Tumbleweed's Silver Streak, F.Ch., co-owned with J.F. Steenbergen)
BOB'N INTO 1980
Time and energy was diverted this year to non-dog activities such as Little League, PTA, etc., but we still found time to attend all of the NPR's and Lure Trials in Southern California and some elsewhere. In the year to come, Bob has a second generation lure machine in the works. Bob'n Equipment, in use extensively on the West Coast and Canada, is moving East with machines already in use in the Midwest and Washington, D.C. area, and with inquiries from the East. Lure coursing amateurs and professionals from across the nation have commented: "...most professional looking equipment...", "Bob'n...the only kind to use, most dependable", "you can't beat the price."
Bob'n Whippets - With four of Melody's five pups in active, established running and/or showing homes, we anticipate great things. With Quin in the open field, Girl in the open field and at NPR's, and Melody at Lure Trials, the per ennial filler at NPR's, and at an occasional show, it promises to be another exciting and busy year for Bob'n Whippets as we start the Decade of the 1980's.
TO ALL WHO PURCHASED PUPPIES FROM OUR BREEDING OF VAN OORSCHOT'S TORO, ARM ex TOPPER'S WISTFUL OF REGALSTOCK
JO GORE & JIM SPENCE, VACAVILLE, CA.; JACK LEE, CARLSBAD, CA.; KATHRYN CROCKER, STOCKTON, CA.; DENNIS & MARY CONNOR, PORTLAND, ORE.; BETTY MORTENSON, PITTSBURG, FRANK STEENBERGEN, LAKESIDE, CA.; MARY SIMPSON, CAMPBELL, CA.; BOB LEE, VALLEJO, ART MCCONNELL, SEATTLE, WASH.; CHRIS BRADLEY, BENICIA, CA.
Offering AT STUD TO APPROVED BITCHES:
AMBERWOOD'S MAXIMILIAN, ARM, CM, F.CH. (SIRE OF 4 ARM WINNE REGALSTOCK WILLIE WIN, ARM
REGALSTOCK AMBERWOOD VOODOO, ARM
AMBERWOOD REGALSTOCK CAVALLO, ARM
Saluting our racing stars of the past 10 years -
Ch. Marial's War paint, C.D. (pre-ARM)
OWNER TRAINED AND HANDLED SINCE 1963
CH. BAYVIEW'S BAROQUE ANGEL
(TOPPER'S JOE WILLY MACHINE x BAYVIEW'S DAY BRIGHT)
Maxine is shown here with Judge Fred Young awarding her Best of Opposite Sex
HELLO from HALO
I'm posing her with my latest heart throb, Chuck Burns, whom I met this 1979 has been a hectic year, but things are winding down now that I have been reunited with my sister and her extended family in Newport Beach, California. I might add, that life here is doggie heaven. I am not planning on moving again, hope to see you all in the ring in '80. Whippet kisses,
Merci Isle the Moonraker
(Ch. Pathen's Santana of Datani x Merci Isle Air Castle)
RACING ON THE EAST COAST 1979
RICH BRISCOE, EASTERN REGIONAL RACE COORDINATOR
Over all we had a very good year. We did have a sad one to. Getting to the good firs. Diamond State Whippet Race Club had there unofficial race and all went well except for the rain. Later they put on three NPR meets. Chris Blake works hard and did a good job with the help of the Marshall Family In one season getting all the equiptment needed and training people who never saw a race meet. A job well done Chris.
EWA put on four NPR meets, three in New Jersey and the fourth in Amherst, Mass. , with 49 starters. At Amherst we had Video tape coverage of all heats. We needed it for a tie and a question on a foul. It will be available again next year.
I'm not going to go into every meet this year. If anyone is interested you can contact R. Theiss for $5.00 he will sent a booklet of all NPR meets this year.
Two dogs finished this season. Volant Musicman, ARM (Spike), and Magpi's Una Via, ARM (Toby), and alot of dogs picked up more ARM points. Rimskittle Fools Rush In, CD (Rusher) 13 ARM points, Ricky's Z Z Top ( Z ) 3 ARM points, Magpi's Salida Del Sol (Peaches) 5 ARM points, Sundance Sound The Charge (Lopside) 5 ARM points, Ch. Hound Hill Aware ( Spot) 1 ARM point, and Ch. Saturn's Yellow Moon F. Ch., with 1 ARM point (Wendell)
EWA will have there big meet at Amhearst again this next season. This will be a challenge meet and a meeting point for all dogs. We will be looking for dogs from all points of the USA and Canada. So look for the flyers on meet.
If you ever dreamed of running your dogs on a golf course green then you must to St. Andrews School in Delaware. The DSWRC will be holding there 1980 meets there. You will never have a track like that again. Chris Blake has some up and coming puppies for next season.
The EWA lost two great dogs this season, Magpi's Salida Del Sol (Peaches) who picked up 5 ARM points in two meets was hit by a car. She will be missed on the track and also in the ring. Peaches was a good show dog and a good race dog. Mare's Head Golden Image (Moose) was our top Veteran in the East am Mid West. He was put down because he had cancer. He will be missed by all. Look for Memorial races for these two fine dogs.
We would like to thank everyone for all the help we received. A special thanks for Dan & Carol Fiest from Ohiofor there support and putting us up when we were out there way. Also a extra special thanks to all the C & D dogs for without them we would not have race meets. To Diamond Marshall the new owner of Lopside a job well done.
The top ten dogs are listed on total points earned on the East only.
Jamal's Burning Amber *
We would like to thank all of Meagan's friends for their support.
Meagan's litter brother, JAMAL'S THE MAGIC SHOW (Shamas), will soon be bred to two lovely bitches we were fortunate to acquire. They are:
SHAMAS is pictured as a youngster in the pedigree section.
Joyce & Joseph A. Messineo - RD. 1, Box 54, Middletown, N.Y. - (914)386-9701
presents for your consideration
MR. AND MRS. W.P. WEAR
PICTURED ARE 4 PUPPIES FROM RUFFIAN'S LITTER OF 8 BY CH. STONEY MEADOWS PAY OFF, WHELPED 4/15/79. WE ARE PLEASED THAT ALL SHOW PROMISE IN THE RING AND ON THE FIELD.
CONGRATULATIONS TO CANANDAIQUE, OWNED BY ELLEN SANDEFUR, WHO WAS WD TWICE IN 3 TIMES OUT AT AGE 6 MOS., AND XZORA'S CHIPPETA, OWNED BY BRUCE & JUDY KEBBEKUS, BIM AT AGE 5 MOS. (ONLY TIME SHOWN). AND TO XZORA'S DUST COMMANDER, TWO RWD'S AT 6 MOS. SHOWN ONLY TWICE.
WORRIED ABOUT MONORCHIDISM? XZORA'S COAL TOWN WAS BORN WITH DESCENDED TESTICLES AND PRODUCED MALES WHICH HAD DESCENDED TESTICLES AT 4 WKS. FROM A BITCH WHICH HAD PREVIOUSLY PRODUCED MONORCHIDS.
PAM & MARTY KOHL
2210 HARVEST FARM RD. SYKESVILLE, MD. 21784
BOTH OF THESE DOGS ARE SIRED BY OUR CH. HOUND HILL STRATEGIST, WHO HAS PROVEN HIMSELF A TRULY GREAT SIRE. TO DATE, 8 F.CH.'S, 2 LCM'S, 2 BENCH CHAMPIONS, WITH OTHERS WELL ON THEIR WAY.
SUN MAID - America's Favorite Raisin !!!
WE ARE TRUELY PROUD OF OUR 1979 COURSING TEAM AND THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS. WHAT A GREAT WAY TO END THE YEAR - # 1 AND # 2. TRULY A GREAT DREAM COME TRUE.
THANK YOU RAISIN AND RING.
SATURN KENNELS (914)726-3474
"AMY" IN HER PRIME, IN THE RING IN 1975:
"Amy's" first two champions were sired by Ch. Alpine Ski Bum. Her first champion finished from the Puppy class. To the best of our knowledge, he is the youngest Whippet to place in the Group in this country, with 3 BOBs and a Group 2 at the age of 6 months and 3 weeks.
We would like to thank the owners and the sires of "Amy's" outstanding get. Without the help of Ch. Alpine Ski Bum, Ch. Misty Moor's Chalmondoley and Ch. Humble Acre Williemakit, none of this would have been possible.
"Amy" will be bred once more, sometime in the spring. The sire of her final litter will be the BIS-winning, and #3 Whippet for 1978, Ch. Stoney Meadows North Star (Ch. Hound Hill Constant, C.D. x Stoney Meadows High Skies). "Timmy" is showing the promise of being an outstanding young sire. His get is being shown from the East Coast to the Midwest, to California. We are excited.
A SALUTE TO AN OUTSTANDING PRODUCERCh . Westgate the Enchantress
(CH. PATHEN'S SHAITAN OF CARROB x PENNYWORTH AT ODDS)
"Amy", pictured at 7 years of age, in an unposed, unretouched, candid photo.
As a showgirl, "Amy" was a multiple Group and Best-in-Show winner, in the Top Ten, all systems, in 1974 and 1975.
Since her retirement, "Amy" has produced a total of 13 puppies in 3 litters. Four are already Champions - 4 more are pointed, two with majors - one needing only 1 point to finish.
On the next two pages are her two youngest Champions, sired by Ch. Humble Acre Willimakit.
PRESENTING "AMY'S" YOUNG SON,
Ch. Shamasan Highway Robbery
( CH. HUMBLE ACRE WILLIMAKIT x CH. WESTGATE THE ENCHANTRESS)
"BANDIT" is "Amy's" latest champion.
He finished owner-handled (but for 1 point) at 17 months of age.
He won under breeder-judges and all-rounders alike, winning a highly competitive American-Bred class of 10 under Eugene Jacobs at Ravenna K.C., and winning BOS over BIS-winning Specials under Don Sandberg, to mention a few highlights.
He has a marvelous, outgoing temperament and is a delightful show dog. He will be seen as a Special.
CONGRATULATIONS TO HIS OWNER:
R. Lee Hedden
2827 Manhattan Rd. Joliet , 11. 60433
AND "AMY'S" YOUNG DAUGHTER,
Ch. Shamasan Slippery When Wet
( CH. HUMBLE ACRE WILLIMAKIT x CH. WESTGATE THE ENCHANTRESS)
"LUCY" finished at 14 months of age, winning most of her points from the Puppy and American-Bred classes.
Her majors were won under Mrs. W.P. Wear and Miss Marcia Foy.
Her first time out as a Special, she was owner-handled to BOB over a Group-winning Special.
"LUCY" will be extensively campaigned in 1980. In the meantime, she spends most of her time chasing Dobermans and children at the home of her owner:
Gwendolyn J. White
OFFERS FOR SALE
Strathoak Beau Visage
An exciting fawn brindle male with black mask, black ears, jet black eyes and a personality that is loving and endearing. Born 7/7/79, this young fellow is from all indications above average show quality, with a tail that almost touches the ground (makes a good rudder for racing!). We see no point in keeping two from the same litter and have decided to keep his charming and irresistable sister - STRATHOAK STAR ATTRACTION.
(Partial pedigree below - 6 generation pedigree and pictures on request)
INQUIRIES TO: MRS. CHRISTINE CORMANY, 24819 ESHELMAN AVE., LOMITA, CA. 90717