I posted some photos of Evey in Lab Chat: https://www.justlabradors.com/forum/i...c,74778.0.html
Here is Evey. She is very very special and is going to be my field trial prospect. Her daddy is Maxx (2xNAFC 2xCNAFC FC Ebonstar Lean Mac), her mom is FTCH AFTCH Waterstrike's Ramblin' Bramble (Ram's daughter). We'll have tons of fun together.
What a little cutie!!!
Karen and<br />UAG1 SHR UCDX GRCH Tracker Belle of Bedford RAE JH CDX TT WCX WC CGC (Belle)<br /><br />UCD SHR GRCH BIMBS BBI Belle's Kodiak Dreamweaver JH UD RAE TT WC CGC (Kodi)<br /><br />SHR UCH BBI Ponderosa's Big Blond Guy JH RE TT WC CGC (Hoss)
Dang, that dog could not have more field titles if it tried.2xNAFC 2xCNAFC FC Ebonstar Lean Mac
You are going to have a lot of fun. I'm not familiar with American bred field dogs, but it sounds as though she comes from a great breeding.
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't a teensy bit jealous!!
Rosie, it's not just the titles that Maxx earned but the quality of his offspring that attracted me to him. Maxx has produced over 150 field and amateur field champions and 10+ national and amateur national champions. I don't think there has been a better producer ever in the breed. Evey's maternal grandfather is 2xNAFC FC Candlewood's Ramblin Man; also a great dog (Harley To Go line). Maxx and Harley lines have been crossed very successfully in the past. So, there is a lot of potential. I did my best getting the best litter that I could find, so it's just luck from here whether Evey has what it takes or not. Still, it will be a very fun journey for both of us.
Well, I don't think you can argue with the right genetics, and it sounds as though she has plenty of that.I did my best getting the best litter that I could find, so it's just luck from here whether Evey has what it takes or not.
Have you ever had a field Lab before? after you have had Evey for a while I'd be interested to know your thoughts re: the difference between owning show and field Labs. From my experience it is like chalk and cheese, so I am sure that it will be an experience for you. In a positive way, though...Awesome. The British version of that would be IGL Retriever Champion FTCH Pocklea Remus -- the sire behind (whether sire, grandsire, etc.) just about every field trial champion in this country!Maxx has produced over 150 field and amateur field champions and 10+ national and amateur national champions. I don't think there has been a better producer ever in the breed. Evey's maternal grandfather is 2xNAFC FC Candlewood's Ramblin Man; also a great dog (Harley To Go line).
OMG, Tatyana! What a precious little girl she is!!! LOTS of potential...I can see it oozing from her pores! VERY cool- how old are they now, and when do you get to bring her home?
Yippee!!! ((((Very Excited Hugs))))
~Julie, Rogue, Monty, and Eddy~
"The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue." -Anon
What a cutie! I'm gonna take some pics of my new little girl tomorrow to show you like I promised. Enjoy the ride with that lil girl. Oh yeah, I named mine "Pricey" LOL
Tatyana ... it's wonderful to see your interest in field trials evolve to the point that you would seek out the pedigree that you have for what could be a superb prospect.
Not enough serious gals in the dawg games and you will bring a refreshing and very pretty addition to the sport. Best wishes for many happy and healthy years together with Evey.
Remi and Rusty aren't my whole life. They're trying to fill the hole in my heart left by Cappy's passing.
AWE!!! Congratulations Tatyana! She's beautiful!
Donna, slave to Gidget and Lucy Lou<br />Gidget, CGC, JH, SH Lucy, CGC, JH, SH<br />
She's so sweet! Have fun with her. I know you will do wonderful things with her!
Miss you over in the obedience section. I just posted a "where did you go" thread... but found you in here