Adoraden Quinn Hips: 4:3 Elbows 0:0, clear PRA, CNM Gul COM IGL2010
Eastdale Guss Hips 3:5
Lakedown Sedge Hips 2:5
Black Penny Farthing of Eastdale Hips 5:4
Greenbriar Arrieta Hips 5:3
Pocklea Adder Hips: 3:3 Elbows 0:0
Wamphray Kai of Greenbriar Hips 9:7
Nevillebriar Solitaire Hips:7:4 Elbows 0:0, clear PRA CNM Sort
Lily’s Morning Surprise
Alice of Meadow Frescia
Some more significant bitch lines
A well used stud dog will normally have more opportunity to prove their worth as a producer but it is harder for bitches to have the same opportunity to demonstrate their capacity to produce champions. However, there are some bitches which have certainly proved to have more of a significance on the next generation than might normally be expected whether quite tightly line bred or less so. This is in spite of the difficulties in ensuring time to fit in breeding, allowing some normal seasons (rather than risking the possible side effects of chemical suppression or delay of seasons that can occur) and still allow time for training and competition and being able to take a bitch to her title. It is the opinion of many that quality comes through the bitch line.
When Eve was mated to F.T.CH. Strad Benis she produced F.T.CH. Levenghyl Peacock for Jamie Bettinson and when mated to Willowyck Ruff she produced the FT.CH. Littermates Levenghyl Bee of Featherfly for Phil Highfield, Levenghyl Cranefly for Tess Lawrence and and Levenghyl Beetle for Claire Raymond. When mated to FT.CH. Pocklea Adder three more FT.CH. littermates were produced, Levenghyl Silvercloud of Drakeshead for Sandra Halstead and Levenghyl Sun Dancer for Mr S Richardson and Levenghyl Lionheart for Peter Bates.
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