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2000 American Whippet Club Whippet Annual
Pages 79 through 100
Barchet 2001 . . .
We are so excited about our future
Come by our web page for pedigrees and more pictures.
Barchet 2001 . . .
We started out 1999 with a long-awaited litter . . .
Ch. O’Run Barchet Colors O’ The Wind
She was bred to her grandfather, Ch. Barchet Vision Lyin Eyes – Jordan’s father!!
Barchet 2001 . . .
We are proud to introduce to you –
We think our future is shining brightly.
Reedsdream’s Reliant JC
(Ch. Summit Cassanova JC x Ch. Tandev Debmar Angel Eyes)
“Flash” was 2nd in his Futurity class at the AWC National and also made the cut in his regular class, shown by his owner Shirley A. Jordan of Pensacola, FL. He picked up all his single conformation points, a BOB win and a Junior Courser title in 2000. We expect great things from him in 2001. He has two litter sisters that are also AKC pointed. See his pedigree in the Pedigree Section of this Annual.
Martha W. Reed
Debmar’s Sun Moon and Stars
After embarrassing him last year by publishing his “fool” picture, Trooper asked that this year I let everyone know that he can be a professional when he has a job to do! Only shown a few times in 2000, he picked up a nice major Reserve under Mrs. James Edward Clark and also added a few singles to his point total. He also hit the coursing field and is halfway to his Field Championship.
See more of the Zodiac boys on our loud and proud website at:
new record of 28 Race Meets were conducted and for the first time CWA events were held in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire and Rochester, Illinois. A record 34 Whippets earned the Title of Racing Proficiency (TRP), a record 10 Whippets earned the Award of Racing Excellence (ARX) title and a record 13 Whippets earned their Dual Purpose Championships (DPC) in 2000. Over 500 Whippets are now registered with the Continental Whippet Alliance.
Special Commemorative CWA 10th Anniversary medallions were awarded to all Whippets placing in conformation matches in 2000, and a mounted medallion was presented to all race meet winners. The Membership Application for the C-U Racing Group was approved and its members conducted events in Rochester, Illinois in 2000. University of Wisconsin Professor Dr. James Schoster conducted an Eye Clinic at the August Milwaukee events sponsored by the Badgerland Whippet Association. The CWA Board of Directors approved the sale of a new Ule James constructed starting box to the newly approved Tar Heel Whippet Association (TWA) of North Carolina. The sixth annual CWA Fun Match was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Labor Day weekend with Mike Slater judging.
Whippets earning CWA Titles in 2000 were:
Earning top CWA racing honors for the second straight year was Queenie’s Mister Earthquake, TRP, ARX, SRA. The top scoring Whippet in 2000 CWA Conformation Competition was In Vogue’s Fortune Teller, TRP. Best in Match at the sixth Annual CWA Fun Match judged by Mike Slater was Surrey Hill’s Smithereens, ARX.
For information on future CWA activities contact: Doug Arthur, CWA Secretary, 12035 W. Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, Wl 53224-1417 (phone 414-355-4776, fax 414-355-4446, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org). Subscriptions to the CWA Newsletter - Line & Lure are available by writing Editor Gail Wieberdink, 569 Woodhill Drive, Roseville, MN 55113 (phone 651483-2144, e-mail email@example.com).
NEW CWA DUAL PURPOSE CHAMPIONS
Ch Windsheen Shaken Not Stirred, TRP, DPC, FCh
Fanfare’s Custom Cruiser
Cruise is pictured winning at his first show, at the tender age of six months. Cruise is an exciting combination of some of the all-time greats. I can’t help but feel there are great things in store for him.
Ch. Fanfare’s Ultraglide
Proudly owned, shown and loved by
(Ch. Sporting Field N Erin Pianoman x Select Ch Merci Isle McAllister’s Moxie JC)
After finishing Hazor’s CWA TRP title, very naive and inexperienced owners took him to try for the JC. The applause and praise let us know maybe we had a dog with potential to lure course. Five trials later, we had an ASFA Field Champion. Hazor is an amazing competitor and has taught us so much.
McAllister, Merci Isle, Milestone
The “M” Litter
“Logan” – Ch. Milestone Summit One Man Band JC
L to R:
Watch For Them At The National !
Ch. Tivio’s Soirée
“Cosette” was one of our many shining stars this year, being joined by Ch. Tivio’s Gifted JC, Ch. Tivio’s Exotic Wood JC, Ch. Tivio’s Touch Gold, Ch. Tivio’s Sporty Little Number and Ch. Redglen Sharper Image of Tivio, all of whom completed their championships this year. Sadly, we also had to say goodbye to “Charlie”, Ch. Skeedoodle’s Amber Charleston. Fortunately, he was able to sire a litter for us and we are looking forward to bringing them out this summer.
Ch. Tivio’s Exotic Wood, JC
“Raquel” had a very successful year in the show ring, including a BOB from the Bred-by class for a five-point major at an AWC supported entry. We are hoping that she is just as successful as a producer, having been bred to Can. Ch. Nasusa’s Taymarc Drakkar. Watch for Terrapin’s Tivio Timber, Terrapin’s Tivio Tupelo, and Terrapin’s Tivio Tamarack in the ring this summer.
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