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GR CH SWEAT PEA

This is a story about a little black 36-38 lb ace by the name of Sweet Pea. He never had to go over the 45 min mark, shutting his oppents down in short order. Sweet Pea was whelped in September of 1998. He is out of Clemmons’ Dick and Fat Bill’s Ripper. Ripper had produced such good dogs as Tri Valleys Bree, CH Arangadanga, Wicked and other good dogs and...

CAN-AM BOYS’ CH BEETLEJUICE

Ch Beetlejuice was whelped from a breeding between Can-Am Boy’s Ch Becky & WCC’s Rock. Rock was a very good son of Garrett’s Jeep bred back to his half sister, Crenshaw’s Dolly. Dolly was a littermate to Brabham’s Gr Ch Snake. Rock was a very good dog in his own right. As a young dog he was rolled with Ch Cobra (this was when they were both young dogs.) Both...

GARNER’S ELMO

Elmo was sent to a person as a gift. He arrived up here as a 15 month old never touched dog. He won into very good comp up this way said partners hands in 37 minutes. He never got BIS either, should have yes, but it was given to the person that hosted the shows that night, even though the dog he showed Skinner had gone into a dog named...

KIRKLAND’S GR CH TEXAS

Texas’ first match was against Villarreal, which he won easily. His second match was into Mayo’s 4-time winner Plug. It went 1:15 and Plug didn’t make it in the end.  Third match was into Black Faul’s Diamond. For this fight I raised Texas’ weight up to 40 lbs. and this hurt him bad, because in the first 15 minutes Diamond never got off of his back but Texas steamed up...

COY’S GR CH BANJO ROM

In 1990 The texas Iron Man Coy D. and a friend purchased some dogs from the yard of Joe Hoskins and Tony McCool. They left with some very good prospects and a 10 month old male, who was whelped in April of 1989, out of McCool’s Sack and Hoskin’s Betty Joe. Since the litter was out of Sack, who had quit in 1:42 against a good dog of Bo Well’s,...

OLD MOUNTAIN MAN – Lester Hughes

It was December 1989. A few days earlier we had been married and we were now driving south on the Blue Ridge Parkway to visit with one of the most respected legends in the dog game. In spite of the unfamiliar geography, we had little trouble arriving at our destination. The road we were on ran parallel to a mountain creek, and on the other side of that creek we...