GCHB Nchanted Concerto x GCH KeelMtn Bless Your Heart, HIT CA CGC RATI PHC
Multiple specialty winner and group placer “Winston” and our Dori gave us a lovely litter of 8, free whelped in February. Many thanks to Carol Braunstein for letting us breed to your handsome young man. We are running on a dog and two bitches and are excited to watch them grow on.
CHRIS x CHARITY
Ch. Tri-umph ‘Taint No Saint
(Ch. Tallyrand Archangel Michael ROMX x Ch. Cambrell Tri-umph Temptation Ice)
KeelMtn Sweet Charity PHC
(BISS GCH Pembury House Be Still My House OA OAJ x Bachllyn Tri-umph Tapestry CGC)
Why mess with success? Charity will be bred in the fall to the wonderful Chris who, along with no small amount of help from their dam, Cheery, gave us half-sisters, GCH KeelMtn Bless Your Heart (Dori) and Ch. KeelMtn Tri-umph Twitterpated (Betty). As always, my gratitude to Marian Your for her guidance and generosity of knowledge.
ELI x DORI
GCH Red Oak Brokshire Balladeer
(Ch. Pemintenn Prezidntl Peaceprize x Brookshire Red Oak Calliope)
GCH KeelMtn Bless Your Heart CA CGC RATI PHC
(Ch. Tri-umph ‘Taint No Saint x Bachllyn Tri-umph Tapestry CGC)
Dori was bred to the very handsome Eli, a breeder-owner-handler group placer and an Award of Excellence winner at the 2012 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship. I’ve loved Eli since I first saw him as a 6-month-old puppy and I’m excited by what he has to offer. We’re so pleased that Sally Wynn and Adrienne Saffell agreed to share their boy with us for Dori.
Spring 2011 Pembroke Litter
Isaboo x Cheery-O
Winter 2009 Pembroke Litter
Chris x Cheery
Can you guess I like Tri-umph corgis? My first show dog came from Marian Johnson Your (now a trusted mentor and good friend), and my first owner-handled champion, as well as our Cheery-O, who bred by the late Lucy Clem but who is mostly Tri-umph as well. How excited was I when Marian suggested we give her young Chris x Cheery a try? His health stats alone are something to be excited about – hips prelimed excellent, CERF and Vwd clear, fluff free, and N/N for degenerative myelopathy.
Their “southern sayings” litter was born on December 13th, 2009. Cheery delivered 2 boys (1 sable, 1 tri) and 6 girls (5 sable, 1 tri) – all big and healthy. Cheery was a fantastic mother, keeping everybody fed, warm, and spotlessly clean, it was amazing! Four of the 8 have showed themselves to be show prospects and, after much discussion and sorting out, all except my keeper have gone to wonderful homes!
Thanks to all my helpers, mentors, and cheerleaders who made this litter such a happy and exciting experience for me! Cheery is back in pre-whelping form, busy keeping our yard safe from squirrels and any other critters fool-hardy enough to venture into her world.