American Whippet Club
1982 Whippet Annual
A special thanks to Heather and Everett Dansereau of Devonair Whippets for this great historical piece.
Ch. Merci Isle Baverian Chocolate
(Ch. Knolland High Time x Ch. Merci Isle the Moonraker)
Cassia's brother, Merci Isle Glory Road, is coming back to California in December
owner & co-breeder
A DAY IN THE WILDERNESS
British Columbia Whippet Racing Club - Annual Report - 1982
The past season has been a most active one for members of the B.C.W.R.C. with more race meets to attend than ever before. In addition, many members were busy in the show ring and putting on a series of race demonstrations in various areas around greater Vancouver.
Our N.P.R. meet winners were as follows: in June Penny Wilmot's Wilpen Sherman of Wyndsor A.R.M. was High Score with Best Opposite going to the Lewis-Stigum entry Lyth Domino ARM; In August Tom and Cathy Yeager travelled from Ohio to take High Score with their Janie's John Boy da Toro ARM with Janet Stigum's Hoogle De Goog ARM went Best Opposite; and in September the Lewis-Stigum owned Lyth Jasper ARM was High Score while his litter sister, Lyth Domino ARM was running strongly to take Best Opposite.
Other racing highlights saw Wilpen Sherman of Wyndsor ARM and Bill Turpin Jr's Fickle Finger of Course each winning a N.O.T.R.A. race meet. When the season was completed final racing statistics showed Penny Wilmot's Sherman was the High Score Average race whippet in the Pacific Northwest and also the Number One Whippet under the N.P.R. Scoring system. An unfortunate early-season injury prevented Sherman from showing his true form in the national rankings for the year.
As usual, many club members were active in the show ring with particular success at the Western Gazehound Club's Annual Specialty Show. John Shelton, in judging this year's event, selected Carol Philpott's Alcyon All That Jazz as Winners Dog and Jamie Bannerman's seven month old pup, Sailaway Lady Alexis, as Winners Bitch, Best of Winners and Best Opposite Sex.
The members of the B.C.W.R.C. look forward to the forthcoming season and extend an invitation to whippet owners in other areas to att e nd our race meets and enjoy our hospitality.
Respectfully submitted,Bill Turpin, President
1982 - A VERY GOOD YEAR FOR PUPPIES ..
Buffalo Nickel of Course
SIX PUPS FROM THREE DIFFERENT LITTERS WERE EACH HIGH SCORE PUPPY AT ONE OR MORE N.P.R. MEETS
LITTER 1 Sire: CH. EPINARD'S SONNY JIM OF COURSE, ARM
Dam: CH. SPORTING FIELDS HONEY
Pups: 1- MR. STUBBY OF COURSE (Debbie Dumerton, Surrey, B.C.) Also Top 10 finisher as an adult
2- SONNY EMBER OF COURSE (Dave Barr, Los Angeles, Calif)
LITTER 2 Sire: REGALSTOCK PANAMA RED, ARM
Dam: SAILAWAY DREAM WEAVER, CD
Pups: 1- BUFFALO NICKEL OF COURSE (Bruce Nickel, John Nickel, Bill Turpin Jr., Milwaukee, Wis.)
Also earned 4 ARM points as a puppy
2- BITCH CASSIDY OF COURSE (Bill Turpin Jr., Vancouver, B.C.) Also earned 2 ARM points at 11 months
LITTER 3 Sire: EPINARD CANYON CREEK RED FOX, ARM
Dam: REGALSTOCK MEAN MACHINE, ARM
This litter was co-bred with Bill Rosen of Los Angeles, California Pups: W.R.'s NICKELODIAN OF COURSE (Nancy Bannister and Bruce Nickel, Milwaukee, Wis.)
W.R.'s MORRIGHAN OF COURSE (Leigh Smith, Errington, BC)
OF COURSE (regd.)
Bill Turpin Jr.
1982 PACIFIC NORTHWEST RACING STATISTICS
Stats are based on the average points per meet earned by each dog. There were a total of 9 NPR meets in the Northwest in 1982 (defined as British Columbia, Alberta, Washing and Oregon).
1. Wilpen Sherman of Wyndsor, ARM owned by Penny Wilmot, British Columbia (by Epinards Shelby of Wyndsor, ARM x Regalstock Vampire)
2. Lyth Domino, ARM, owned by Jane Stigum & CA Lewis, Washington (by Malbon Red Cent x Lyth Dhu) competed in 5 meets 20.4 pts. average
3. Lyth Jasper, ARM, FCH, owned by Jane Stigum & CA Lewis, Washington (by Malbon Red Cent x Lyth Dhu) competed in 5 meets 18.9 pts. average
4. Swiftsure Wishful Thinking, ARM, FCH, owned by S & L. Buchholz. British Columbia (by Ch. Swiftsure Happy Daze, ARM, FCh x Stades Edie Ann O'Lazebrook, ARM) competed in 6 meets 17.9 pts. average
5. Hooqle de Gooq, ARM, owned by Janet Stigum, Washington (by Malbon Red Cent x Lyth Dhu) competed in 8 meets 15.2 pts. average
6. Sailaway Dreamer's Dagget, ARM, owned by Donna Jackson, British Columbia (by Am.Can.Ch. Marials King Arthur, CD x Sailaway Dream Weaver, CD, FCh) competed in 4 meets 14.8 pts. average
7. Knox Knoll Kampari, owned by Ken & Sue Chambers, Oregon (by Ch. Pathens Saja Suka x Lyth Dhu) competed in 3 meets 13.7 pts. average
8. CH. Swiftsure Happy Daze, ARM, FCH, owned by McLeod & Buchholz, British Columbia (by Am.Can.Ch. Marials King Arthur, CD x Ch. Ringo's Sonny Daze of Course, FCh) competed in 5 meets 13.3 pts, average
9. Fickle Finger of Course, owned by William Turpin, Jr., British Columbia (by Ch. Epinards Sonny Jim of Course, ARM x Ch. Shades of Terror, ARM) competed in 8 meets 13.1 pts. average
10. CH.. Sailaway Northern Lights, owned by B & L. Leinbach, British Columbia (by Ch. Epinards Canyon Creek Sage, ARM x Ch. Alcyon Eleventh Hour) competed in 6 meets 12.3 pts. average
compiled by: Linda Buchholz
Sonsteby's I Told You So
Mojo's Sage-Mark of Hillendale x Runner's Little Lady Roar)
PECIALTY - Mrs. W.P. WEAR - 5 pts. / BOW - YUMA KC - Mrs. GLEN FANCY - 3 pts.
Breeder/Handler/Owner: Kristy K. Davis, 2130 Charlemagne Ave., Long Beach, CA 90815 (213) 597-2789
Ch. Sporting Fields Santana. CDX
(Ch. Charmoll Clansman x Charter Oaks Pajamas)
MULTIPLE HIGH IN TRIAL AND BEST OF BREED WINNER
Tanner now has four All-Breed High-in-Trials with scores of 198 1/2, 198 1/2, 199 and 1992 from both the Novice and Open classes. He was Best of Breed and First in Open A on the same day for the second and third legs on his C.D.X. Shown in obedience only one month out of 1981, he was ranked third in the Hound Group(Delany System) and should be very near (if not in) the top position for 1982. Look for Tanner in the Utility ring in 1983.
Many thanks to Susan Strickland, our obedience instructor, for her expert guidance and to Mr. and Mrs. James E. Butt for providing me with both Tanner and Jo, two very special whippets.
Tanner and I both owe special thanks to our pal, O.T.Ch. Sporting Fields Mad Hatter, U.D., for the many lessons learned during his career.
The Columbia Whippet Club, Inc. was formed in 1981 by a group of people in the Portland, Oregon area. Our goal is to unite people from a wide variety of Whippet interests in promoting our breed. Showing, racing, breeding, lure coursing, obedience, tracking--our members are interested in all these activities.
We got rolling with a booth at the December 1981 bench show and moved on to a specialty fun match in February 1982 with an entry of 27 dogs in conformation and 3 in obedience. Best Adult was awarded to Sebisha's Apollo, Best Puppy was Shogun. High scoring obedience went to Snowynde Bridleveil.
June 5, 1982 we held our sweepstakes, with Pearl Baumgartner from White Acre= Whippets as judge. Top honors went to Briarwyke's Freedom. The next day our activities at the support show, including a luncheon for Whippet exhibitors complete with rain, provided a gratifying afternoon in spite of the intermittent showers as a member of our favorite breed went Best in Show.
Now we're busy with plans for our first specialty fun run, to be held in January 1983, our second specialty fun match in February 1983, and our big project: an annual futurity.
Our first futurity is expected to be held July 15, 1983. Dams are nominated before whelping for a fee of $5.00. Puppies are kept eligible by two renewals, with a $2.00 fee at 3 months and a $3.00 fee at 5 months of age. Classes will be for dogs and for bitches, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, and 12-18 months. (Our futurity chairman is Debra Janes Blake, 3085 NE Third, Gresham, Oregon 97030.)
For information about Columbia Whippet Club and our activities, contact Bonnie Boucher, 10505 SE Boise, Portland, Oregon 97266.
Ch. Penny's Spirit of Bourani
(BIS Am.Can.Ch. Chehalem's Double Dealer x Ch. Briarwyke Pennys From Heaven)
B.O.S. American Whippet Club Western Specialty
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO KNOW HER, SPIRIT NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION.
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ONLY HEARD ABOUT HER, HERE SHE IS -
OUR VERSATILE BITCH WHO RUNS AND SHOWS.
DEL YORTON, PENNY WOODRUFF AND DONNA GENE PAYNE PRESENT -
Ch. Rockhill's Running Deer, cd, f.ch.
We thank the following judges for recognizing this beautiful gal in the ring.
1982 Obedience - C.D. (Avg. 190.4)
THIS MAGNIFICENT FAWN BITCH APPRECIATES THE OPINIONS THAT SHE GARNERS IN THE RING AND FIELD. AN ARM POINTED, 20 1/2" FANTASY IN MOTION INVITES BIDS FROM QUALIFIED STUDS.
HANDLER AND AGENT
At Dress Circle South it's a mixed bag .. .
Dress Circle Earth Station
At Dress Circle North you'll find the pretty ones .. .
Lindy Loo's brother and sister -
Their mother, Bonnie, is pictured in the Pedigree Section.
We will consider selling Bonnie to the right home. Inquiries invited.
Pat Dresser Dress Circle North 1462 Granger Road, Medina, Ohio 44256 (216)239-1829
RIALCEL'S SECOND A.R.M.
PAM & JIM LeCLAIR
Ariel's Moose Is Loose, ARM
Buffalo Nickel of Course
Canadian Nickel of Course
Ch. Denroc Hell on Wheels, F.Ch.
Dress Circle Bonne Belle
Fallowfield A Cappella
Ch. Fenwick of Whippoorwill
Glenwoulfe Dame Margot
Hardknott Maestro of Bohem