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Boone is out of Parker and Patsy. Ruby showed him in St. Louis at the IABCA show and won Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show and Reserve Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor. He is a very classy, well balanced boy with a great personality and confidence. He has been in training with Jim Gourley and we will continue his bird work and hopefully add to his show career as well. I am excited to add him to our breeding program.
Kori lives to HUNT. She is always running with her nose to the ground. If she isn't hunting she's sleeping. Kori is the quietest, most well mannered dog we have. The aristocratic, regal descriptions of a Weimaraner fit her perfectly. Kori is smaller framed with a deep chest and is very well muscled. She belongs to my daughter, Neely and they have the same personality. Perfect for each other, both quiet, independent and "watchers". They both prefer to NOT be the center of attention.
Indy is a Parker/Dottie daughter. Indy has great prey drive which makes training fun. She has a graceful, strong look and resembles Parker in her shape and size. Indy is one of my favorite dogs (the girls tell me that I say that about all of them). She is very eager to please and she is always watching and paying attention to my every move. She responds to the slightest cues and is very trainable.
May has been a wonderful addition to our kennel and we love her sweet disposition and sad eyes. She always has a hound dog look to her eyes and a sweet spirit that matches her look. She is content to stay close to her people and chew on her antlers. I really like her conformation and temperament and we plan to breed her to Parker.
Gin is a very mild mannered girl that we were fortunate to add to our breeding program. She is still in training and we will update her page as we move forward. I have big dreams for Gin so keep an eye on her.
Lilly is exactly what we were looking for in terms of combining finesse, eye appeal and hunt drive. She comes from a great pedigree and long line of field and show champions. She is still a baby and won’t be bred until she completes her health clearances and field/show work. We have big plans for this little girl!!
** I am really liking this boy so I may have to keep him. He is really turning out nice and showing lots of prey drive.
Pick of the litter male. It was raining the day I took these pics so I’ll get updated pictures soon. Tate was from the Iowa litter and born on 6-15-2018. He was the biggest boned male and has a lot of good traits. I like his big head and big front end. He is more independent and not underfoot all the time, which I like. Tate is gaining confidence and likes to sit on the porch and bark at the cows if they come too close to the yard. He is very easy going and gets along great with the other dogs. He has figured out where the pigeons feed and he likes to hang out at the edge of the horse barn and stalk them. I’m hoping to get him out on the quail soon. We placed one of his litter mates in a hunting home so we may have the opportunity to breed his line in the future.