Home · Dual Champions · Recent Winners · Puppies/Dogs Available · Field Trials · Dog Shows · Hunting · Obedience · Family Pets · Contact/Links

We aim for a dog with speed and ground covering ability; bird finders that point with style and are capable of catching the judges’ eye. We have bred over 150 field winners, including 19 field champions, twelve of which also became dual champions. I have attended field trials all over the United States and Canada, as a competitor, judge and reporter to some of the major championships and have enjoyed the sport for most of my life. My bucket list is to go to a field trial in all 50 states. Here are some of our favorites….

FC/AFC Kinwashkly Dakota Molester
Lester is owned by Ken Seivert. He won 8 hour championships, was Runner Up 5 times, and has a total of 23 hour wins/placements. This little roan dog is one of the all time top hour winners. He was always exciting to watch! Ken finished his field championship and then put him with Jim John for campaigning. There is frozen semen available on Lester.
Ch. Kinwashkly Crash Test Dummy
"Tess" was 9 years old in this picture. She was not trialed until she retired from breeding. She earned enough points for a field championship with 3 major wins, however some were Canadian points and some were American, so she did not become a dual champion. She was a smart bird dog that was a big part of our breeding program as well as the best house dog you could imagine. Tess also had a specialty show Best of Breed and is the dam of Dakota Molester.
Field Champion Kinwashkly Canadian Classic, F.D.
Classy (1986 -1999) was entirely trained and handled by me. She was our house dog for many years and is much missed. She could win a field trial one day, spend a day hunting with Rick and put game in the bag the next day, and sleep under the bed in between.
Field Champion Kinwashkly Lady Jane, F.D.
Jane (1991-2003) was my all time favourite, even though she did not fit the dual standard. She was 22 pounds soaking wet. She was also the most exciting running intelligent bird dog I have ever seen. She was an incredible, gutsy, all heart kind of dog....She was broke by the late, great Jim Holman.
FC/AFC Kinwashkly Fat Bastard
Fatz was the only puppy from a frozen semen breeding. He began his life with me but became a co-owned dog as a derby, with Dr. Bo Ackerman, his sire's owner. Fatz is competing in the string of Tom Tracy, in Midwestern hour stakes. He has compiled a good record, and was number six in the Purina Dog of the Year all age stakes in 2014.
Ch. Kinwashkly Tazzie Devil
Tazzie (2001-2014) competed mostly in the tough American Field shooting dog events on the Canadian prairies multi-course wild bird trials against pointers and setters. She was a bird dog to the core and proved a little Brittany could take on all comers by winning Region 14 Multi-course Shooting Dog of the year in 2008. Owned by Dawn Feist and trained and handled by her husband, Sheldon Rogers.
AFC Kinwashkly MT Valle des Moines
Miller was owned by Dom Imbeau. He ran in CKC trials and completed an Amateur field championship for his first time dog owner/trainer. Miller was also an excellent grouse dog during the hunting season.
Ch. Kinwashkly Jumping Jack Flash
Flash (2000-2014) was owned by my sister, Jodi Miller. Flash won the 2002 Victoire Nationale derby classic as well as several other derby classics. He also won an hour all age stake at the Tarheel trial when he was 3 years old. Flash was a near miss as a dual champion. He is the sire of Jodi's great young dog Jack, who is pictured on this page also.
FC Kinwashkly Midnight Rambler
Jack is owned and bred by my sister, Jodi Miller. He is running in the string of Ben Lorenson and Kyle Merrill. Jack won the 2013 American Brittany Club Eastern Futurity All Age stake. He has added several hour wins. Jack became a field champion at the Central New England Brittany Club by winning both the Open All Age and the Open Limited Gun Dog stake.
Kinwashkly Ban Dee Patches
Patches was owned by Al Hawley. Patches was the Number one Open Puppy, all breeds, for Canada in 1987. His young owner moved away from any area that had field trials, but Patches lived and hunted happily into old age.
Kinwashkly Independence Day
Izzy was born on the fourth of July. She was owned by John Carton, and handled by Chad Holman. Izzy won several large derby classics while she was with Chad. Her owner did not continue on with her in trials, but she was a good one.
FC/AFC MTB Can Am Formula Fun
Frani does not carry our kennel name, but we bred her none the less. She is a consistent winner in western Brittany trials under the ownership of Tom White and Margaret Horstmeyer.
Kinwashkly Smooth System
Riley was the winner of the dual dog at the 1986 American Brittany Club Western futurity (47 entries in the field). He was owned by Gordon and Georgia Barrett and handled by Dave Walker.
Ch. Kinwashkly Morning Star
Star was owned by Jack Young. She was the top derby dog for all breeds in Canada in 1986. We leased her for a few litters and she still appears in many of our pedigrees.
Ch. Kinwashkly Katydid It
Many of our bitches have not been able to compete much as adults because our short Canadian trial seasons and their litters conflicted. Katy, a daughter of FC Rimarda's Trademark, was one of those girls. She had puppy and derby points and had all the right stuff. We don't regret it as much when we think of her offspring, especially the two dual champions she produced!
Home · Dual Champions · Recent Winners · Puppies/Dogs Available · Field Trials · Dog Shows · Hunting · Obedience · Family Pets · Contact/Links
Images and content on this site are subject to copyright - do not download or use without permission. Contact Kinwashkly Brittanys
web site designed by flashpointdesign.net