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Field Champion/Amateur Field Champion Kinwashkly Timberline Kestral TKN
 
Owned by Teddi Montes Botham and Kris Thompson | Whelped: November 14, 2016
Kes is sired by Am. & Can. Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Kes went to her first trial at the Oregon Brittany Club walking trial, and won the Open Puppy stake with 7 entries. Due to the club changing the day run, Kes was one day too young to officially run, so her placement will be voided by AKC, but she proved she was one to watch even at her young age. At her second trial, she placed 3rd in the Open puppy. At her third trial she took two more placements. A second place and a third place in Open Puppy and Amateur puppy stakes at a Weimarener trial. At the Willamette Weimaraner trial on July 8 & 9th, Kes won the Open puppy stake with a great performance for her puppy points. She also had a 3rd place performance in the Amateur puppy stake, for 6 placements before she is 8 months old. The same weekend, she went to her first dog show and was awarded Best Opposite Sex in Sweepstakes at the Washington Brittany Club. At the Willamette Weimaraner Club trial in August, she scored a double, winning the Open Puppy and the Amateur Puppy stake. She will be at the futurities next year for sure! At Inland Empire Brittany Club, Kes won the Open Derby stake. She also won the Amateur Walking Derby at the same trial. Kes was 2nd in the Open Derby stake of 9 entries at the Sahauro Brittany Club in January 2018, handled by Paul Doiron. At the 2018 American Brittany Club Western Gun Dog futurity held in California on January 31st, Kes won the Gun Dog futurity handled by Paul Doiron. The day before she had placed 2nd in a class of 9 Junior Bitches. Combined with field win, Kes also won the Dual Dog Award for the futurity. Kes was the top Puppy, all breeds for the Northwest Council of Pointing Dogs for 2017. She also was the Top Juvenile dog in walking stakes in the same time period. She took her first show point in November 2018. Kes took a 4th place in the 21 dog Open gun dog stake for her first adult placement at the Phoenix Brittany Club in January 19, handled by Paul Doiron. In April, she placed 4th in the Open Gun dog stake at the Oregon Brittany Club trial. Kess also placed 4th in the Open Gun Dog at the Washington Brittany Club the same month. Her first trial of the fall 2019 season was winning a 4 point major Open Gun Dog at the Oregon Brittany Club, putting her very close to her field championship! She has also earned her Novice Trick Dog title. At the June 2020 Oregon Brittany Club walking trial, she placed 4th in the Open Gun Dog handled by Tony Thompson. Kess won the 3 point Open Gun Dog stake handled by Tony on June 14, which pending AKC confirmation, earned her a Field Championship! At the Trail's End Vizsla Club of Oregon's trial, she placed 2nd in the Amateur Limited Gun Dog stake with 16 starters, earning her an amateur point towards her AFC. Kess added a 3rd in Amateur Limited Gun Dog stake at the July 11-12/2020 Willamette Weimaraner Club. The August 1st-2nd Willamette Weimaraner club amateur limited gun dog stake with a 4 point major, was won by Kess, who is coming close to her AFC title at this time. She placed 3rd in the Open Limited Gun dog stake of 13, at the fall 2020 Washington Brittany Club. Kess picked up another 2 points towards her amateur field championship by placing 2nd out of 19 at the Three Rivers Bird Dog club trial, March 2021. She placed 3rd in the Amateur Gun Dog stake at Washington Brittany Club trial, April 2021. Kess placed 2nd in the Amateur Gun Dog at the Willametter Weimaraner club trial in July 2021, just before taking a break to have her first litter. Her first trial of 2022 was the Three River Bird Dog Club in March, where she did an excellent job, placing 1st in the Amateur Limited Gun Dog stake to finish her Amateur Field Championship title. Kess went to her first agility competitions in October. Not only did she qualify in two events, she got 1st and 2nd in her two classes.
2022 AKC Nat'l Gun Dog Ch./Dual Ch. Kinwashkly King Louie
 
Owned by Dianne Vater and Chuck Cooper | Whelped: September 27, 2013
Louie is sired by FC Redline MVP High Octane out of Ch. Kinwashkly Brightest Star

Louie recently won a 4 point major Open Limited Gun Dog stake at a German Shorthair trial in Ohio over 23 other dogs. He placed 3rd in the 27 dog Open Gun Dog at the Texas Coastal Brittany Club in November 2018. Louie placed 3rd in a 25 dog Open Gun Dog stake in January 2019 put on by Grand Canyon Brittany Club. Louie became a dual champion (the 16th one we have bred!) at the Michigan Brittany Club spring 2019 field trial. He won a 3 point Open All Age stake to complete the title. The next day he also won the 22 dog Open Gun Dog stake! Louie placed 2nd in the Open Limited Gun Dog stake at the Southern Weimeraner club of Michigan in October of 2019. The next month, he won the Open All Age at the Bluebonnet Brittany Club in Texas. Louie placed 3rd out of 16 dogs in the Grand Limited Open Gun Dog stake at the San Antonio German Shorthair Pointer Club trial in February 2020. He placed 2nd in the 21 dog Open All Age at the fall 2020 Michigan Brittany trial. Louie placed 2nd in the Open Limited Gun Dog stake at the fall 2020 Pennsylvania Brittany trial. He picked up a 4th in the Open limited gun dog stake at the San Antonio Weimaraner club in November with 4 clean finds. Louie was 3rd in the Open All Age stake at the Bluebonnet Brittany Club trial, November 2020. At his first trial on 2021, Louie placed 3rd out of 26 dogs in the Open Limited Gun dog stake at the Grand Canyon Brittany club trial, with three finds and a back, along with a good race. At the Minnesota Brittany Club trial in May, he placed 2nd in the Open Gun Dog stake with 30 entries. Louie placed 4th in the Open All Age stake at the Fort Worth Brittany club with three finds and a good race, January 2022. He won the 14 dog Open All Age at the Texas Coastal Brittany Club to qualify for the Nationals again. Louie took his biggest win yet in April 2022, by winning the American Kennel Club National Gun Dog championship, over 50 entries. Louie was the only Brittany in that entry, and represented the breed well with a big, intelligent race, 6 stylish finds and a strong way out front finish. Louie placed 1st in the Open Gun Dog stake at the Wisconsin Weimaraner trial in May. At the last trial of the season, in very hot conditions, he won the Open Gun Dog stake at the Minnesota Brittany Club trial in Hankinson, North Dakota. Louie placed 3rd in the Open All Age stake at the Fort Worth Brittany Club in January of 2023.
Ch. Kinwashkly Buffalo Gal
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: March 16, 2019
Gal is sired by DC/GFC/AFC/2XNGDC Hope's Chief of Crosscreek out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Gal became a very young winner when she went Best of Opposite Sex at our Canadian national specialty from the 3-6 month old class at 2 days before her 4 month birthday. The following day she was to go Best Baby Puppy in Specialty at the Nationals. Her first run at a field trial at 6 months got her a 4th place in the Open Puppy at the Central New England Brittany Club trial in Rhode Island.With the very first show after the shut down due to Covid 19, Gal took her first point with winner's bitch and best opposite sex at the NACA shows under Lee Ann Bateman. At the Alberta Kennel Club show on July 30, she took Best of Breed under Thomas Alexander for 2 points to her championship. On August 6th, she won best of breed for one point under judge Michael Jackman at the Edmonton Kennel Club show. Gal was awarded 1 point for Winner's bitch at the Crocus Kennel and Obedience Club on February 21st under judge Yvon Savard. June of 2022, she got 1 point for Best of Winners under Nancy Popowhich at the Prairie Canine Academy. She repeated the win two days later under Linda Ferguson at the same shows. Gal went Winner's bitch at the Medicine Hat shows July 8th, 2022 for one point. The next day she got a major under judge David Denis, going Best of Winners to finish her championship. Gal got winner's for an insurance point the third day of the show. Gal will be the last dog I ever finish to a championship with me as the handler, due to old age catching up to me!
Kinwashkly Smokin' Hocus Pocus
 
Owned by Blair and Patti Frostad | Whelped: May 6, 2010
Pokey is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Smoking Hank, F.D.X. out of Am.& Can,Ch. Kinwashkly Katydid Magic, J.H.

Pokey has enjoyed doing agility with his owner, Patti! He is presently competing at the Master level. Poke also competes in scent dog trials. The June 12/13 scent dog trials in Red Deer saw him passing all three tests he competed in. He also scored 2nd in the container division. At 12 years of age, Poke went to the SDDA trials for scent dogs. He placed 1st in Interior class, 1st in Containers, and 2nd in Exteriors with 24 dogs in each class. This made him the top dog overall in the trial! Poker had another good weekend in May 2022 earning 4 qualifying scores at a nosework test. He also had a first and a second place along with those scores. Pretty good for the senior citizen!
Kinwashkly Roe,FDJ
 
Owned by Natalie Yarema | Whelped: August 13, 2019
Roe is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Roe and Natalie took part in their first field test held by the German Shorthair Pointer Field Club of Alberta. Roe earned two legs towards his FDJ title. He covered a lot of ground and had some solid points. At Roe's first field trial, he was 2nd in a large competitive Open Puppy stake at the BSCC field trial, Labour Day weekend. Roe took a third leg to complete his FDJ with a very high score at the BSCC field test in June 2021. At the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada, Roe took 2nd place in the Open derby with a good performance. Roe went to his first dog show of 2022 at the Evelyn Kenney shows and was Winner's dog for his first point toward his show championship. He travelled to Camrose, Alberta in March for more shows. The first day he was Winner's Dog for one point, and the second day he was Best of Winners for a major putting him about halfway to his championship.
New Champion Kinwashkly Colt Forty Five, FDJ
 
Owned by Barry Lowe and Sherri Belcham | Whelped: June 4, 2019
Colt is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of GCh. Wild Mountain Masterpiece, J.H.

Colt earned the first leg of his Field Dog Junior title at the Vizsla Club of Canada test in August 2020, with three finds and a good score. His first weekend out at field trials, Colt established himself as a major contender by winning the Open Puppy at the BSCC trial. He was also 2nd in the Open derby stake. His next trial was the GSP Field Club of Alberta where he was also 1st in the Open Puppy and 3rd in the Open derby. All these stakes were large and competitive stakes. Colt went to Vancouver Island to take part in more tests the first weekend in October 2020. He earned 2 legs he needed to finish his FDJ title by running and pointing many birds in his two outings. Colt placed 4th in the Open Derby at the BSCC fall field trial at his very last derby stake. Colt started his show career with a 1 point best of breed win in March. He repeated the win the second day he was in the ring. Colt travelled to Edmonton for the Northern Alberta Canine Association shows in June. The first day he took winner's dog for 1 point. The next two days, he took Best of Winners for 3 point majors each day, putting him at the dreaded 9 points. At the shows in Merritt, BC July 2nd, he took winner's dog for the final point needed for his championship. Colt will continue in field trials and trying for a dual championship in the future.
FC Kinwashkly Lucky Terra
 
Owned by Tom Doherty and Kim Williamson | Whelped: May 9, 2012
Terra is sired by DC/AFC Terra's Cabo Wabo out of Ch. Kinwashkly Silver Charm

At 8 years of age, Terra, a spayed bitch, made her show ring debut in the veteran's class at the regional specialty of the Brittany Club of Canada. She ended up as top veteran over 3 good looking male veterans. Terra's heart and guts made her a field champion when she won the Open Shooting Dog stake at the German Shorthaired Pointer Field Club of Alberta's fall 2021 trial for a three point major. Terra went on to be the top Open Shooting Dog for all breeds in Canada for 2022.
Kinwashkly Ti in the Sky
 
Owned by Stuart and Sharon Williams | Whelped: April 14, 2016
Ti is sired by DC Warbonnet's Orion in the Big Sky out of DC Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

The picture of Ti above is breakaway for the 2021 American Kennel Club National Walking Gun Dog Championship in early March. Ti had a 4th place finish in the Open Gun Dog stake at the Tampa Bay Vizsla club trial in February 2021. He won a 21 starter Amateur Retrieving Gun Dog stake at the Tampa Bay Vizsla club February 2022.
Kinwashkly Red Cedar,FDJ
 
Owned by Dustin and Lana Moreau | Whelped: June 6,2020
Cedar is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Wee Johnny D, F.D. out of Ch. Kinwashkly French Blaze

Cedar went to her first field test in June of 2021 at one year of age and came home with a high scoring pass to earn her first leg. At her second weekend of tests, she got two more legs. This completed her FDJ at 13 months of age. At her first field trial, Cedar won the puppy stake to earn her puppy points in the 10 puppy entry at the BSCC fall 2021 trial. The next day at the GSP Field Club of Alberta, Cedar placed 2nd in the open derby stake. Cedar was 3rd in the Open Derby at the BSCC spring trial of 2022. She placed 2nd in the Open derby of the Calgary Pointing Dog Club also in May 2022. There will be more field trials in Cedar's future.
GCh.Kinwashkly Kentucky Boone, R.N.
 
Owned by Carl and Lee Magnuson | Whelped: December 19, 2020
Boone is sired by NAFC/GFC/GAFC Spanish Corral's Sonny Patch out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Boone is pictured out pheasant hunting with his owner, Carl, where he has proven to be very talented. Boone started his show career at 7 months old by taking a Best of Breed from out the puppy classes under judge Richard Lopaschuk at the Alberta Kennel Club shows July 2021. He repeated the win at the show on Sunday under Shawn Bennet, this time for a 3 point major, giving him 5 points after his first weekend out. Boone went to the Lethbridge dog shows in November 2021, and took two back to back three point majors by going Best of Winners, first under Darle Hecke and second one under Tempest Deputch. That gave him his championship on his 11 month birthday. At the third show, Boone was Best Puppy in Breed under Terry Carter. The last show he was moved up to Specials class and took Select for his first two points towards his Grand Championship. At the Brandon shows, Boone was Best of Breed at the third show under judge Gail Forsythe. At the fifth show of this weekend of shows, he took the breed with judge Yvon Savard. Sixth show Boone again took the breed under judge Sharon Derrick. At the Prairie Canine Academy shows in June, Boone was the best of breed winner all six shows. These wins have put him very close to his Grand Champion title. Boone completed his grand championship title at the Medicine Hat shows in July 2022. He was Best of Breed two days, and select the other two days. Boone entered his first four Rally trials in December 2022. He completed his Rally Novice title with 4 legs, all good scores. 88, 96, 99, 98 and a first place in his class for the last leg. He will train for the next level and be back trying for another title soon.
Kinwashkly Gugin's Super Fruit JH,MX, NAJ, NA,AX, MJP,,OAJ, AX, OA
 
Owned by Jeff and Cassandra Gugin | Whelped: May 8, 2018
Mango is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly JD's Super Hero out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Mango placed 4th in the Open Derby stake at the Greater Milwaukee Brittany Club 2019 spring trial. She won the Open Derby at the LaSalle Brittany Club spring 2019 trial. She was 4th in the Open Puppy at the Wisconsin Weimaraner trial. She also earned her Junior Hunter title in hunt tests. She placed 2nd in both Amateur and Open Derby stakes at the Greater Milwaukee Brittany Club fall trials 2019. She is also in training to compete in Agility trials. She earned her Novice Agility Jumpers in the fall of 2020. Mango got her novice agility title spring of 2021. That summer, she earned her Open Agility Jumpers. Mango also earned her Open Agility title. Fall of 2021, she earned her Agility Excellent title. Late in 2021, Mango added her Excellent Agility Jumpers title. Late summer of 2022, she added the Master Excellent Jumpers title. In November 2022, Mango earned her Master Agility Excellent title. She earned 5 qualifying ribbons at the American Brittany Club national agility trials. She ended up being 17th top agility Brittany for 2022 in the USA.
Kinwashkly RC Blast Double
 
Owned by Rich Crowley | Whelped: December 19, 2020
Odie is sired by NAFC/GFC/FC/AFC Spanish Corral's Sundance Kid out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Odie won a small puppy stake at the Rocky Mountain Vizla Club in September. March 2022 at the Skyline Brittany Club trial, he took 3rd in a 7 dog Open Puppy stake. He also placed 2nd in the Amateur Walking Derby with 5 entries, and 4th in the Open derby. At the fall Northern Colorado trial, Odie was 2nd in the Amateur Derby stake. He repeated the red ribbon placement in the Open derby stake. Watch for this handsome young dog in more field trials to come.
New Champion! Kinwashkly Honky Tonk Woman
 
Owned by Jodi Miller | Whelped: June 4, 2019
Diva is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of GCh. Wild Mountain Masterpiece, JH

Diva belongs to my sister Jodi, and has lived up to her name with personality galore to match her good looks. Diva got her first AKC show point in October 2021 by going Winner's Bitch at the Wright County Kennel Club shows in Minnesota. Her next point came while on vacation in Florida where Jessica Schultz handled her to best opposite sex over a specials bitch. The next day Diva was Winner's bitch for another point. At the Thursday show in Ocala, she again took a point by going Winner's bitch. On Saturday, her last day at the shows in Florida, Diva went Best of Winner's for a major. After not being shown since January, Diva returned to the ring at the Anoka shows in June (in conjunction with Minnesota Brittany specialties) and was winner's bitch, and Best Opposite sex over specials for her second major. At Duluth Kennel Club, she was Best of winners for one point under Dana Kline in July. Jodi received her AKC championship certificate in the mail in July, so congratulations on a new champion!
Ch. Kinwashkly By A Mudslide
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: December 9,2019
Mudslide is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of GCH. Wild Mountain Masterpiece JH

Mudslide has spent the summer with handler Ed Tillson in Montana, running and learning about birds. She placed 4th in the Open Derby at the Northern Oklahoma Brittany Club with 3 finds and a good race. The following week she placed 4th in the 24 starter Open derby again at the Southern Kansas Brittany Club trial. At the Indian Nations Brittany Club trial, Mudslide turned it on and placed 2nd in the Open Derby. Her last trial in the states, Sooner Brittany Club she had 3 finds and placed 3rd out of 13 starters. About 10 days after she arrived back in Canada, Mudslide started her show career here, starting with Winner's bitch, best opposite sex under judge Tempest Deputch. Next day, she repeated the win under judge Terry Carter, pictured above. On Sunday she went Best of Winners under judge Sharon Derrick for a three point major. At the Evelyn Kenney shows in Calgary, Mudslide got winner's bitch and best opposite sex under judge Ed Wild before being pulled because of kennel cough, leaving her only one point short of her Championship. Mudslide completed her Championship on February 19, 2022 at the Crocus Kennel and Obedience club shows going best of breed over a specials dog under Catherine Barlow. The next day she was Winner's bitch and Best Opposite sex under judge Terry Gains for some insurance points before moving up to specials class. As a special, she went best opposite sex at both shows she appeared in. This gave her the first points for a grand championship title.
Kinwashkly Whatabirder Flyboy
 
Owned by Shawn Macleod and Amanda McGavin | Whelped: Jan. 12, 2018
Boone is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Boone made his first adult placement in January 2022, with a second place in a retrieving stake Open Gun Dog of the Gulf Coast German Shorthair Pointer Club trial. He placed 4th in the Amateur Gun dog stake at the Texas Coastal Brittany Club trial in January. Boone has two legs towards his Senior Hunter title. He is a soft mouthed and enthusiastic retriever. Boone began his show career with a Best Opposite sex win for 2 points at a show in Oklahoma. The next day he would get another point going Best of Breed. The third show of the weekend, he was best of winners under esteemed judge Pat Trotter for a 3 point major. Boone has his juvenile points and will be working on becoming a dual champion!
Kinwashkly Ruger 44
 
Owned by Barry Lowe and Sherri Belcham | Whelped: August 30, 2021
Ruger is sired by NGDC/NAGDC/NAWGDC/NWGDC/GFC/GAFC/FC/AFC Magnum High Velocity out of Ch. Kinwashkly French Blaze

Ruger made his debut in field events at the BC All Breed Pointing Dog Club spring trials and field tests. He scored a perfect 100 in the field dog junior test with three well pointed finds at the tender age of 7 months. He also placed 4th out of 10 puppies in the trial. At the GSP field club of Alberta tests in May, Ruger added his second leg to his FDJ title.
Kinwashkly Big Sky Midge
 
Owned by Donald Leal | Whelped: December 19, 2020
Midge is sired by NAFC/FC/AFC Spanish Corral's Sonny Patch out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Midge went to her first and only hunt test at the Montana Brittany Club April 30th. She hunted well and pointed a bird staunchly and earned her first leg to a Junior Hunter title. Pictures to come.
Kinwashkly Xtra Tough Raymond TKI
 
Owned by Barb Cole, D.V.M. | Whelped: June 9, 2020
Raymond is sired by DC/AFC Kinwashkly Tempo out of GCh. Wild Mountain Masterpiece, JH

Raymond took in his first scent trials at the Tanana Valley Kennel Club in Fairbanks Alaska. He took two qualifying scores his first day. He also placed 1st for one leg, and 3rd for his other leg.
Kinwashkly Kismet
 
Owned by Jim and Mary Stevens | Whelped: August 30, 2021
Bohdee is sired by NGDC/NAGDC/NWGDCNAWGDC/GFC/GAFC/FC/AFC Magnum High Velocity out of Ch. Kinwashkly French Blaze

Bohdee placed 2nd in the Amateur Walking puppy stake at the Michigan Brittany Club, April 2022. At the Michigan Saginaw trials in May, he placed 3rd in the Amateur walking puppy stake. At the same trial he placed 4th in the Open Puppy stake. At the Michigan Brittany Club trial in September, Bohdee won first place in the Amateur Puppy stake. He was also second place in the open puppy stake at the same trial. At the Nodrog Gordon Setter Club of Michigan, he was first place in the Open Puppy stake. He ran in both open and amateur puppy stakes at the Michegamme English Setter Club trial in November. He placed 3rd in each stake.
Kinwashkly Bree's High Velocity Wyot
 
Owned by Leonard and Gail Sinclair | Whelped: August 30, 2021
Wyot is sired by NGDC/NWAGDC/NAGDC/ GFC/GAFC/FC/AFC Magnum High Velocity out of Ch. Kinwashkly French Blaze

Wyot went to a cover dog trial, the Nova Scotia Pointing Dog club with most of the competitors longtail dogs. Wyot won the Amateur puppy stake and the amateur derby stake at 8 months of age. Then he went to the Northern New England Brittany Club, where he was very successful. He won the Open puppy, the amateur puppy and the amateur derby. He also took 2nd in the Open derby. Pretty good stuff for an 8 month old baby. His next trial was at the Central New England Brittany Club in October. He won both the amateur and the open derby stake here. We expect that we will be hearing a lot more about Wyot in the future.
Kinwashkly Arc De Triomphe, FDJ
 
Owned by Neil Purves | Whelped: August 30,2021
Archie is sired by NGDC/NAGDC/NAWGDC/NWGDC/GFC/GAFC/FC/AFC Magnum High Velocity out of Ch. Kinwashkly French Blaze

Archie went to his first two field tests the last weekend in May 2022, running in the field dog junior tests. He got his first leg with a score of 91 out of 100. The next day, he was much more revved up but still passed with a score of 83, with a solid point on a hard to flush bird. At the Erie Shores Kennel Club, Archie took Winner's Dog, Best of Winner's and Best Puppy for a 3 point major under judge Paul Stanton, to start his show career. At the Ottawa valley Pointing Dog specialty, under judge Wayne Douglas, he went winner's dog, Best of Winner's, and best puppy in breed for another 2 points. In October he got the final leg for his FDJ at the Weimaraner Club of Canada test.
Ch. Kinwashkly The Final F Word, RN
 
Owned by Julie Ross | Whelped: December 7, 2021
Fergus is sired by DC/GCh. Sovereign's Chasing Legends out of Ch. Kinwashkly Buffalo Gal

Fergus attended his first weekend of dog shows at 6 months of age at the Prairie Canine Academy. He was Best of Winners at four of the six shows, each time for one point. He went home with 4 points to his championship. This young dog has great show ring attitude and has fun doing whatever is in front of him.Fergus came on strong at the Medicine Hat shows, taking Best of Winners three out of four shows to finish his championship at 7 months of age. He also won the Best puppy in Sporting Group three times. He will be something to watch when he matures! Fergus will continue to be shown but he may be field testing,or trialing in the future too. Fergus entered his first Rally Novice competition in November. He earned three legs needed to get the Rally Novice title. He added a fourth leg after earning the title as 1st place in his class. That was his second title at the age of 11 months old.
Ch. Kinwashkly Finn Magoo RN, RI, CGN
 
Owned by Julie Ross | Whelped: Jan 12,. 2016
Finn is sired by Ch. Kinwashkly Dakota Smoke FDJ out of DC Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Finn returned to the dog show world to try for another rally trial in July 2022. He got his first leg to a Rally Intermediate title at the Portage Kennel Club. The second leg came the next day. He got his third leg in Rally Intermediate in November to complete his title. He also competed twice in altered classes and once in veteran classes in the show ring. He won all three times against competition. He also had an Altered group 2nd and an altered group 4th. Finn passed his Canine Good Neighbour test in January 2023.
GCh. Kinwashkly Amigo's Stan By Me, F.D.A.
 
Owned by Tom Doherty and Kim Williamson | Whelped: May 24, 2014
"Stan" is sired by DC Kinwashkly ML Benjamin Patrick out of DC Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Stan finished the requirements for his Field Dog Advanced degree at the Calgary Pointing Dog Club tests on Labour Day weekend, 2022. Stan also has the 10 points required to complete a dual championship, but is lacking the Open major. We hope to see Stan out and completing the dual championship in the spring of 2023.
FC Kinwashkly MVP Speed Racer
 
Owned by Karen Nelsen | Whelped: September 27, 2013
Reese is sired by FC Redline MVP's High Octane out of Ch. Kinwashkly Brightest Star

Reese placed 3rd in the Amateur Gun Dog stake with 4 covey finds at the Greater Phoenix Brittany Club trial in January 2023. Reese has major points towards his show championship also.
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