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1996 American Whippet Club Whippet Annual
Pages 1 through 25
We have presented April in these pages every year for the past 9 years -beginning with her first major win as a puppy, then as a new Champion & Field Champion, as a Multi-best of breed winner, and Multi-Hound Group winner, and onto her career as a producer of Champions and as a Specialty Veterans & brood bitch Class winner, and then this year as a Specialty best in Show winner at 9 1/2 years of age.
We are pleased to present her on the cover,with the well known Cindy Alvarado portrait from 1991 - “April in Autumn”.
THE WHIPPET NEWS
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OBJECTIVES: To unite those people interested in the breeding, showing, racing, coursing and generally improving the breed of Whippets for the purpose of exerting effectually a combined influence upon all matters affecting the breed. To promote and maintain a high standard of conduct in the transaction of all business connected with the breeding of Whippets.
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Special thanks for invaluable assistance go to Donna Lynch, Jill Baum, Karen Rockwell, Barbara Parsons and Mary Beth Arthur.
— See Pedigree Section —
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CLASS OF 1997
CLASS OF 1998
CLASS OF 1999
NATIONAL SHOW CHAIRMAN:
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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT -
The first question on the American Whippet Club membership application is “Why do you wish to become a member... ?“ The most common response is, “To get more involved with the parent club”.
Significant events for 1996 included the tenth National Specialty, the first International Whippet Congress, the adoption of a code of ethics, the development of a versatility award, and the American Whippet Club's own web page on the internet. What did all these events have in common? They represented hundreds of hours of volunteer work by AWC members. More than one hundred individual members were personally involved in one or more of these projects. That's one fourth of our total membership. How much more could we accomplish if every member became involved? Don't wait to be asked — volunteer.
Thank you to all the members and non-members who contributed their time and efforts in 1996. Without your help none of this would have been possible.
Rescued at the age of twelve, I’ve had Nikki for only 2 1/2 years, but it has been worth a lifetime.
Owned and Loved by:
- Holly Chin -
(NSBIS Ch. Merci Isle Meridian, JC x Ch. Northwind’s Lucky Star SC, AmCanFCh DOB 01/27/94)
In two seasons, Dillon won his Junior Courser and Senior Courser titles with the minimum 6 trials; in 21 ASFA events, he attained his Field Championship in 3 trials (including 1 Best of Breed and 1 Best in Field), aIl 4 of his Lure Courser of Merits firsts (including a first at the 1996 ,AWC National SpeciaIty and 2 Best of Breeds), and 264 points. An injury cut short his 1996 lure coursing season, leaving him just 36 points shy of his LCM. You befter get out of his way in the Spring, though, because he’ll be ready!
Congratulations to his 5 Iittermates for their Field Championships and LCM’s!
Thank you’s go to Kay Nierengarten for allowing me to own such a silly dog and to Jean McCord for conditioning DiIIon for his last first and breaking the 30 lb. barrier!
And to Smokey and the Glory of the Chase … I love you still.
(Ch. Locar’s Martini on the Rocks x Idover Simply Splashing)
This handsome fawn and white male has many attributes we love to see in a whippet — very sound, balanced angles front and rear without exaggeration, and the balanced movement that follows, extraordinary depth of brisket — and those big, black eyes on a handsome male head dripping pigment.
Devon is lacking only one of those famous hard-to-find majors to finish, If we can manage to drag him from his favorite soft spot, we will look for one at the summer shows.
(Ch. Locars Martini on the Rocks x ldover Simply Splashing)
We are very proud of how this young bitch has grown into a beautiful representative of the breed.
Ch. Idover Perfect Gentleman x Keynote Raindance
“Sheila”, pictured last summer at age 6 months, has been attracting lots of attention in Ca, with her fawn and white good looks and has-no-enemies temperament (not to mention her beautiful head, soundness and wonderful movement). Watch for a more mature Sheila to make an even bigger impression in ‘97.
BELAYA Carol Siipola Chittum, 515 - 286th Avenue SE, Fall City, WA 98024. (206) 222-4734 and Andy and Stephanie Chittum, 1155 Silver Hill Drive, San Jose, CA 95120. (408) 927-8350
BLUESKIES Barbara Ruth Smith, 18350 5. Old Clarke Road, Mulino, OR 97042. (503) 632-6133
BUNCRANA Pat McLaughlin, P.O. Box 277, Brooklyn, CT 06234. (860) 779-9866
CARRY-ON Sharon Marquis and Ruth Gilpin, 25 Ridgewood Road, Willington, CT 06279. Phone/fax (860) 429-6166
CRESTFIELD Martha and Herb Fielder, 4001 Middle Avenue, Napa, CA 94559-9737. (707) 252-1404
DIABLESSE Leila Downen, 50 Woodlawn Drive, Morristown, NJ 07960. (201) 984-7484
FALLOWFIELD Connie Brunkow DVM, 19644 Henning Road, Danville, IL 61834. (217) 431-8972
FOLQUIN Mrs. Boris Wolkonsky, 9115 Pueblo Avenue, P.O. Box 253, Lakeside, CA 92040. (619) 443-1655
GOLD-DUST Joan Goldstein, 5 Klinger Lane, Warren, NJ 07059. (908) 561-3833
HASUE Kathleen Banks, 8183 Marlowe, Belleville, MI 48111. (313) 699-6312 Abanks@gcnet.com
IDOVER Elizabeth S. Smith, 25510 Carmel Knolls Drive, Carmel, CA 93923. (408) 625-0366
KEYNOTE Sharon Hoagland, 431 E. Sandra, Tulare, CA 93274. (209) 688-0345
LAUREL CHASE Kim Tudor and Dean Keppler, 73 Caudina Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753. (908) 914-8019
NORTH WIND Kay Nierengarten and Mark Shubert, 5654 Chalstrom Drive, Saginaw, MN 55779. (218) 729-8003
PHOTOPLAY Rich Bergman, P.O. Box 637, Lakeside, CA 92040. (619) 443-2711
RENPARK Irene K. Cetta, 548 Hill Street, Lebanon, PA 17046. (717) 273-2381
SPECIAL ACRES Susan Short, P.O. Box 502, Roy, UT 84067. (801) 731-0801
TOPAZ Bill and Sue Peterson, 1051 Topaz Lane, York, SC 29745. (803) 684-2349
TnT Larry and Donna Richards, 8223 Lantana Drive, Denver, NC 28037. (704) 483-6269 firstname.lastname@example.org
WHIPPOOR WILL Barbara L. Henderson, VMD, 16200 Burton Lane, Laurel, MD 20707. (301) 490-6598
“Julie”, with her good friend and handler, Tom Zirnheld.
Bred & Co-owned by:
(Ch. Alerek’s Celebrity x Ch. Morshor’s Adrianna)
(HUDSON Ch. Kirwin Undercover Syndicate)
Breeders: Kathryn Kirk & Roger W. Brown
HUDSON x Ch. Appraxin Alerek Adored)
HUDSON is producing sound, intelligent whippets 0f substance and style. They have the desire and ability to excell in the ring and on the field. From 3 bitches, he has produced 19 offspring — 7 champions
and 3 close to finishing. He is an exceptional companion and we are lucky to share his couch!
Betty finished in grand style, gathering both her majors under Breeder Judges Christy Nelson
1996 was the sixth year of Continental Whippet Alliance (CWA) activities. Two new clubs joined the CWA in 1996:
CWA Conformation judges for 1996 were: Marie Adams, Mary Lou Benjamin, Connie Brunkow, Kalen Dumke, Fay Lund, Cora Miller, Dennis Schmidt, Gail Wieberdink, Mary Yancey and Susan Yarbrough.
Whippets earning CWA Titles in 1996 were:
DUAL PURPOSE CHAMPION (DPC)
AWARD OF RACING EXCELLENCE (ARX)
TITLE OF RACING PROFICIENCY (TRP)
Earning top CWA racing honors in 1996 was Marial’s Waterspot of Wyndsor, SC, FCh, TRP, ARX. Top Whippet in
For information on 1997 activities, contact: Doug Arthur, CWA Secretary, 12035 W Brown Deer Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53224-1417 (phone 414.355.4776, fax 414.355.4446, e-mail email@example.com).
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