2009

 

 

September

 

Pictures of Minnie and Dune from the National 2009

September 26

CONGRATULATIONS

Lucie & Dune have received the title of  GOLD (AAC) on saturday

Marie-Pierre and Minnie have received the title of AGMX (CKC)

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We are proud to announce that Marie-Pierre St-Louis and Minnie have been chosen as part of the Canadian team for the IFCS World Championship in 2010. Lucie and Dune are Second alternate


 

July 

 

Ashley had her litter 4 puppies 2 F 2 M.

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Agility, July 30th to August 2nd.

2009 National Agility Association of Canada

Nepean National Equestrian Park, Ottawa

Great news about Marie-Pierre & Minnie and Lucie & Dune

 

Friday Steeplechase.

 

Minnie   2nd, 69.98 points

Dune      4th, 62.04 points handled by Marie-Pierre

 

Grand total for the weekend.

 

Minnie  1st , 594.68 points with an entry of 26 dogs.

 

 

Marie-Pierre won TOP JUNIOR HANDLER IN CANADA for the 4th year in a row. 

 

 

Dune  6th , 547.23 points with an entry of 64 dogs

 

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Obedience and Rally-O July 31st to August  2nd.

Société Canine de Québec.  St-Foy Québec.

More good news from Thérèse Gamache & Shilow & Teddy and handler Colette Bolduc. 

Shilow in 2001 with his owner Thérèse finished his CDX and

now 8 years after at the age of 10 years old Shilow with Colette after just 3 weeks of practice together achieved 2 legs in Rally-O. He needs 1 more  leg for Rally-O Novice B.

This proves that a dog never forgets and is always ready to learn

new tricks to please his owner.

 

 

Thérèse with Teddy

Saturday morning

195/200 first position under judge Mme.D. Desjardines-Jones.

Saturday afternoon

196/200 first position under  judge Mme.Diane Rhiselet.

Sunday morning

196/200 first position under  judge Mme.Diane Rhiselet.

Sunday afternoon

197.5/200 first position under judge Mme.D. Desjardines-Jones.

 

Teddy and Thérèse received 4 High in Trials this weekend.

They had a fantastic weekend.

We are very proud and we know you have practiced hard with your loyal companion. Bravo!!!  

With your dedication and perseverance our breeding program has been validated beyond our wildest expectations.

Thank you

Loraine & Phil

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Le Club Canin Du FJORD,  July 17-18

 

On Friday afternoon Eldee Arthitia (Mya) by Am/Can. Ch. Stonemills The Livin Daylights & Ch. Eldee Charisma under judge Ms. Letitia Bett , WB and B of W.

Sunday  afternoon under judge Ms. A. Gaudin, WB. For a total of 3 pts.

Congratulations 

Expertly presented by her owner Robert Vézina

 

June

 

 

 

June 19-20-21 

Provincial Championship in Saint-Joseph de Beauce.Québec

Marie-Pierre & Minnie had an extraordinary weekend.

Standard #1 / 2nd place

Standard #2 / 1st place

Jumper #1 / 2nd place

Jumper #2 / 4th place

Gambler #1 / 2nd place

Gambler #2 / 1st place

 

A total of 603.77 points for the highest score of the competition.

Marie-Pierre & Minnie worked in perfect harmony and were a real pleasure to watch.

 

Lucie & Dune had a total of 493.52 points for the weekend.

At this time Lucie is challenged by back and foot injuries so

it is amazing she is able to keep the pace with Dune.

 

Congratulations to both teams.

 

  http://agiliteprovincialqc.ca/

 

 

 

A nice weekend for all of us.

June 13-14

Marie-Pierre & Minnie have received the title Gold and Lucie & Dune ExJ Silver

St Francis Kennel & Obedience Club

Saturday (Can.Collie & Shetland Sheepdog Ass. Booster) Vanilla (Eldee Vanilla Cream Pie) under judge Mrs. Thora Brown Best of Breed

Sunday under  judge Brian Taylor Best of Breed.

 

 

 

May

Meet Chaele she is Eldee Inner Spirit & Ch. Dundee Sharrow Santa Cruz daughter at the age of 3 months.

 

April 

 

April has been a fairly busy month as we prepared for a road trip to the ASSA National Specialty in Perry, Georgia. We shared the long ride with Rober Vézina, Diane Bigger, 7 shelties and all the paraphernalia needed for a 1 week dog show. Needless to say we packed every square inch of our rented van plus a  roof cargo box. The trip down on the 17th was uneventful except for the AC in the van which quit half way there.

Luckily for us the hotel, the show site and a garage were within walking distance of each other. Since they  were predicting high 80F temperatures all week, we knew it was important to get the van's AC fixed at least for the dogs sake. When we took the van to the garage that we found out there was 3 other major safety and maintenance problems. The service guy was extremely helpful because he contacted the rental after I has talked to them without much success and had the necessary things fixed on the guarantee.

Our van troubles aside, we had a grand time at the National. It was held at the Agricultural Center,,, a huge impressive complex of buildings and well maintained grass fields. Plenty of room for everyone in the grooming hall and show hall.

Although we didn't place, our dogs preformed very well in their classes and at this level of competition we are very pleased. We consider the  National to be an important continuing leaning experience for us and we are grateful to see old faces and celebrate their victories in the ring. It is also a time to make new acquaintances and seek out breeding opportunities and ask questions. Everyone is so helpful and friendly at this event.

As for southern hospitality, it is alive and well in Perry, Georgia!

February 

 

A new year of competition has started for Marie-Pierre & Minnie and Lucie & Dune.
This weekend Ch.Eldee Speed of Sound "Cooper" made his debut at the Club d'Agility Chomeday in Laval.

All the best for this new year 

 

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