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Ch. Kinwashkly Amigo Stan By Me
 
Owned by Tom Doherty and Kim Williamson | Whelped: May 24, 2014
"Stanley" is sired by DC Kinwashkly ML Benjamin Patrick out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Stanley went Winner's Dog and Best Opposite Sex at the Alberta Kennel Club show Jan. 17, 2015 under judge P. Lanctot for his first show point. Stanley went Best of Breed for another point at the Red Deer and District Kennel Club on Friday, April 3rd, under judge Nancy Popowich. Stanley placed 3rd in the Open Puppy at his first field trial, the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada. At the GSP Field Club of Alberta, Stan took 3rd in the Open Puppy. He then went on to win the Open Derby to get his derby points at 11 months of age. Stan went to the B.C. All Breed trial in September, and was 1st place out of 15 puppies in the Open Puppy stake. He also placed 2nd in the 17 dog Open Derby stake. Stanley will be field trialed and shown more in the future. Stan was the number one puppy in CKC field trials (all breeds) in 2015. In November 2016, he was Best of Winners for 2 points under judge Mary White at the Red Deer dog shows. In January, Stan took Best of Winners under judge Corinne Walker at Alberta Kennel Club for 2 points. He repeated the win the next day under Peggy Beisel McIllwaine. On March 31, Stan was awarded Best of Winners for a 3 point major under judge Lee Ann Bateman at the Red Deer Kennel and Obedience Club which completed his Championship. Moved up to specials the next day he was Select for grand championship points. Stan made his first adult placement at the GSP Club of Alberta's spring 2017 trial with 3rd in the Amateur Shooting Dog stake. At the BSCC National Specialty show, Stan was select dog for a 5 point major to his Grand Championship. He also won the highly contested Field Trial class with 11 entries. The 30th of September, he obtained the first leg to a Field Dog Advanced title.
Kinwashkly MVP Speed Racer
 
Owned by Karen Nelsen | Whelped: Sept. 27, 2013
Reese is sired by FC MVP Redline's High Octane out of Ch. Kinwashkly Brightest Star

Reese is the first tricolour male from our breeding program since 1982. Here is his field record so far, running in the string of Paul and Peggy Doiron since the fall of 2014. Apr./14 Central New Mexico Brittany Club 2nd Open puppy, 7 starters Apr./14 Central New Mexico Brittany Club 1st Amateur Walking Puppy 6 starters May/14 Desert GSP Club 1st Amateur Walking Puppy 4 starters May/14 Desert GSP Club 4th Amateur Walking Derby 8 starters Aug./14 Oregon Brittany Club 2nd Open Derby 12 starters Sept./14 Whid Isle Brittany Club 3rd Open Derby 10 starters Sept./14 Inland Empire Brittany Club 1st Open Derby 8 starters Sept./14 Northern California Brittany Club 3rd Open Derby 7 starters Oct./14 California Brittany Club 2nd Open Derby 8 starters Jan./15 Grand Canyon Brittany Club 4th Open Derby Feb./15 California Brittany Club 2nd Open Derby Reese made his first adult placement in a large entry at the Wasatch Front Brittany Club, placing 4th in the Open Gun Dog stake with 5 finds at the ripe old age of 2 years and 5 days of age. Reese was 4th in the Open Gun Dog stake at the Oregon Brittany Club trial spring of 2016. at the Idaho Brittany Club spring 2016 trial, Reese placed 2nd out of 24 dogs in the Open Gun Dog stake. In the fall of 2017, Reese placed 3rd out of 18 in the Open Gun Dog at the Inland Empire Brittany Club trial. He was given a judge's award of merit in a 42 dog open gun dog stake at Sahauro BC in January 2018. At the Greater Phoenix Brittany Club, Reese placed 4th in the 40 dog Open Gun Dog stake, January 2018. He was 3rd out of 17 dogs in the Oregon Brittany Club spring 2018 Open Gun Dog stake. Reese also has some show placements.
Dual & Amateur Field Ch. Kinwashkly JD's Super Hero
 
Owned by Joe and Deb Martirone and Jeff Currier | Whelped: October 24, 2012
Cooper is sired by DC/GCh Masked Jack of Diamonds out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Cooper began his field career with a 2nd in a large Open Puppy stake at the Hudson Valley Brittany Club Labor Day weekend 2013. His next placement was a 4th in the Amateur Puppy stake at Del Val Brittany Club. He placed 4th in the Open Puppy at the same trial. He was 2nd in the Open Puppy stake at Susquehanna Brittany Club in October 2013. Next was a 4th place Open Puppy at the Garden State Weimeraner club. He was 2nd in the Open Puppy at the Maryland Brittany Club trial. He got a Open Puppy 2nd at Anthracite Brittany Club trial that fall also. In the spring of 2014, he placed 2nd in the Open Derby at the Eastern GSP club trial. Cooper placed 2nd in the Open Derby at the North Jersey Brittany Club. His next win was his best to date, when he won the American Brittany Club Eastern Gun Dog Futurity. At the Central New England Brittany trial, he placed 2nd in the Amateur Walking derby. At the same spring of '14 trial, he was 3rd in the Open Derby. Cooper made his first adult placement-an Open Gun Dog 2nd, in the spring of 2015. Cooper has also been shown between field trials by handler Rachel Kulp. He came back after trial season this spring seeking his majors. On June 13, he completed his championship (pending AKC confirmation.) He is a handsome and talented dog. We hope to see Cooper mature into a dual champion. He placed 3rd out of 16 in the Amateur Gun Dog at the Old Dominion Vizsla club in November 2015. He placed 2nd at the Susquahabba Brittany Club in the Amateur Gun Dog stake in March 2016. He made a good win at the Hudson Valley German Shorthair Pointer club by going 1st in the Amateur limited gun dog stake for a 3 point win towards his field/dual championship. Cooper earned his Brittany major by winning the Open Limited Gun Dog stake at the spring Anthracite Brittany Club trial! Cooper was 3rd place in the Central New England Amateur Limited Gun Dog (22 entries) on Labor Day weekend 2016. Cooper had a spectacular weekend at the Central New England Brittany Club trial September 2016, winning the 20 dog Amateur Limited Gun Dog and the 44 dog Open Gun Dog. This makes him a dual champion, pending AKC confirmation. Cooper was the 2nd place dog in the New England Amateur Shooting Dog championship in October 2016. Joe(his owner) handled him to 4th place in the Amateur Gun Dog stake at the DelVal Brittany Club spring of 2017 trial. Cooper won the Amateur Gun Dog stake at the Central Maine Brittany club trial May 27th for a 3 point major to finish his Amateur Field Championship. I very much enjoyed watching as Cooper won the 30 dog Open Limited Gun Dog stake at Upper New York Brittany Club with 4 classic stylish finds and a very good run. The following week he was 2nd in the Amateur Limited Gun Dog at the Central New England Brittany Club. September 30th, he placed 4th in an Open Limited Gun Dog stake at an all breed trial. Cooper was 4th in a Grand Limited Open Gun Dog stake in January, handled by Kyle Merrill.
GCh Kinwashkly Do U Believe'n Magic, S.H.
 
Owned by Gail Susan Easter and Terry Courtright | Whelped: April 18, 2012
Halle is sired by DC Kinwashkly Roscius Zoomer out of Am & Can Ch. Kinwashkly Katydid Magic, J.H.

Halle was 10 months old when she went Winner's Bitch for her first show point at the dog shows in San Jose in February 2013. In April she would get her first leg to her Junior Hunter title. A week later, she got another point to her Ch. going Winner's Bitch and Best Opposite sex. A few weeks later, she got another 2 legs to her Junior Hunter title. She earned the last leg to her Junior Hunter title the last weekend of May. All her JH legs were earned while handled by Gail's husband, Joel. The same weekend she earned her JH, she also competed in a dog show at Placerville, getting 2 points going Winner's Bitch and Best of Winner's. After that, she got 2 points going Winner's Bitch and Best Opposite Sex at Shasta County shows. In July, she would take 1 point with Winner's Bitch and Best Opposite Sex at the Kennel Club of Salinas. In August 2013, she got Best of Winner's, and Best Opposite Sex over a bitch special for an additional 2 points. Her next outing was her first attempt at field trials, entering the American Brittany Club Western Gun Dog futurity with her co-owner Terry handling. Halle was 4th place out of 26 competitors! Back to dog shows in the spring, and she quickly took the two majors she needed to finish her show championship. Except for the last major, Gail handled Halle to all her points. Halle had a litter of 9 puppies in November. Future plans for Halle include trying for her Grand Championship, competing in AKC and NSTRA field trials. Halle was Best of Opposite Sex at the Placerville, California Saturday show, bringing her GCh total to 6 points. In January, she made her biggest win to date, Best of Breed at the San Fernando kennel club, under judge Larry Abbott, in an entry of 19 brittanys, owner handled. She placed 3rd in the California BC Chukar challenge in their fun day field trial. In March, going straight from a dog show to a hunt test, Halle with Joel handling, earned her first leg to her Senior Hunter title. Her second leg to the Senior title came a few weeks later in April. After a year off, while she raised a second litter of 9 puppies, Halle earned the third leg to her Senior Hunter title May 7th, 2017. Halle completed the requirements for her Grand championship the same month! At the California Brittany Club in October 2017, Halle earned two more legs in senior hunt test. That earned her the coveted Senior Hunter degree!
GCh. Kinwashkly Perty Chipper, C.D.X., FDJ, RE, CGC
 
Owned by Carl and Lee Magnuson | Whelped: January 29, 2008
Chipper is sired by FC/AFC Kinwashkly Dakota Molester out of Am. & Can. Ch. Kinwashkly Katydid Magic, J.H.

Chipper went Best puppy in breed at the '08 Alberta Kennel Club shows under Robert Vandiver in August of 2008 at seven months of age. The next day, he went Best of Winners for 2 points and Best Puppy in Breed under Dana Cline at the tender age of 6 months and 5 days. Chipper was Winner's Dog at all three of the Wheat City dog shows in November '08, and was Best of Winner's at two of those shows. That got him another 5 points to his championship. In March '09, Chipper finished up his championship at the Prince Alberta shows. He was 13 months of age at the time. He was shown in May at the Regina Kennel Club shows, and took Best of Breed at all three shows. In August he made the final cut for Best of Breed at the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada National Specialty. The following day, he earned the first leg on his Companion Dog title, with a score of 186. In January 2010, Chipper competed in three trials put on by the Regina Kennel and Obedience Club. He earned qualifying scores in all three trials to complete his Companion Dog degree. All three scores were 193. With his bonus leg, he also went Highest Scoring Dog in Trial! He earned an award for the youngest qualifying dog, as well as one for the highest score by a club member's dog. In April, he went Best of Opposite sex under James Reynolds at the Red Deer and District dog show on Friday. The following day, he went Best of Breed under Leslie Rogers. At the Regina Kennel Club shows in May, he was pulled out in the group on Friday. This happened again on Saturday, but this time he placed 3rd in the group under judge Ray Smith. At the Portage La Prairie shows in July 2010, Chipper was Best of Breed all three days. On Sunday, he got pulled in the group. Chipper ended up as the Number 3# ranked Brittany in Canada for 2010. He was Best of Breed under judge Darla Hecke at the Alberta Kennel Club shows in February 2011. The following two days, he was Best of Opposite Sex. The March shows in Prince Albert saw Chipper take group 4th three days in a row. The judges involved were Guy Jeavons, Sue Badick, and Avery Gaudin. At the Hub City Kennel Club shows in May, Chipper won the breed all three days. The judges involved were Edna Perks, Neil Graves, and Leslie Rogers. He was pulled in the group by Neil Graves, but did not place. This brought him up to the ranking of #5 Brittany at the time of the shows. At the Oakbank, Manitoba shows, Joy Lynne Hunley gave him a Best of Opposite sex win. The next two days he was Best of Breed. Judges involved were Alan Bennet and Linda Kraft. Chipper was Best of Breed all six shows of the Southwest Saskatchewan Kennel Club shows. Judges who awarded him the wins are Sharon Derrick, Gary Allen, Cec Ringstrom, Butch MacDonald, Charles Bett, and Letitia Bett. The end of October, Chipper earned the CGC title, which stands for Canine Good Citizen. His first show in 2012, Crocus Kennel and Obedience Club, in February earned him a Group 3rd under Grant Townsend. The following weekend, he earned a Group 4th under judge Kathy Anderson Wulff at the Prince Albert Kennel Club shows. In April, he was Best of Breed all three days at the Red Deer and District Kennel Club shows. Judges were Lynn Shoreshaw, Patricia Taylor and Alan Ewles. On the third day, he placed 3rd in the Sporting Group. This put him in the lead for top Brittany in Canada up to that time of the year. The following weekend at North Battleford he started off the weekend with a Group 4th under Wayne Thompson. He got a Group 3rd under Honey Glendenning the next day. Under judge Doug Gaudin, he placed 2nd in the Sporting Group. He finished off the great weekend with a Group 3rd under Avery Gaudin. Chipper was Best of Breed all three days at the Regina Kennel Club shows in May 2012. He was Best of Breed all three days of the Alberta Kennel Club shows in August of 2012. Judges were George Marquis, Doug Windsor, and Wendy Schirra. He also competed in the Rally Novice obedience. He got 2 legs in 2 attempts. At the Yorkton shows in August, he had two back to back Group 3rds. Judges were Doug Gaudin and Avery Gaudin. He also competed in Rally Novice and took the last leg he needed for his title. At the first show of 2013, Chipper was Best of Breed and Group 3rd under judge Lowell Davis at the Alberta Kennel Club shows in January. The next day he was again Best of Breed under judge Kim Hamel. At the Prince Albert shows in March, Chipper was Group 4th under judge Butch MacDonald. At the Chataqua shows in April, Chipper was Best of Breed and Group 3rd with judge Michael Woods. He added two more Best of Breeds on Sunday of that weekend. Judges were Robert Whitney and Elaine Whitney. At the Regina Kennel Club shows on the May long weekend, Chipper went Best of Breed and Group 3rd under judge Michelle Scott. Chipper and Lee tried something different in June, by going to the field tests put on by the German Shorthaired Pointer Field Club of Alberta, where Chipper competed in the Field Dog Junior division. Chipper earned qualifying legs both days toward his FDJ degree. At the Westwind Sporting Dog shows in August, Chipper went Select dog to finish his Grand Championship. He repeated the award at the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada National Specialty the next day. The same day, he earned his first leg on his Rally obedience advanced title. At the Prince Albert shows in March 2014, Chipper went Best of Breed all six shows. The judges were Mel Saranchuk, Linda Saranchuk, Mark McMillan, Denise Cornellson, Wayne Thomspon, and Guy Jeavons. Chipper retired from active competiton in conformation shows at this time. He has had a good career. He placed in the top Brittanys in Canada for 4 years in a row. He was never campaigned, just shown when his owner could get time off work. He never went to fall shows, since he was first and foremost a hunting dog for Carl. We will miss those energetic bounding jumps in the air when he won. Chipper was a happy dog in the show ring. Chipper is trained in Open obedience and will continue on with obedience, rally and perhaps more field tests. We used Chipper as a stud dog in 2011. Although we only got one puppy, it was a good puppy! Watch Chipper's son, Ch.Kinwashkly Dakota Smoke, FDJ as he tries for his dual championship. Chipper is a great little hunting dog with a lot of bird sense. He has many more hunting seasons in him. Chipper exemplifies the versatile dog we try to breed. Chipper and Lee put on an entertaining performance at the 2014 field tests given by the German Shorthaired Pointer Field Club of Alberta. Chipper earned a score of 94 out of 100 and did everything right to finish his Field Dog Junior in June of 2014. Coming out of retirement, Chipper placed 2nd in the Sporting group at the Regina Kennel Club shows in May 2015 under judge Sandra Anderson. The next time out he was awarded Best Veteran in Show. He placed 3rd in the group the last show, under judge Michelle Scott. Chipper took Best of Breed at Wheat City Kennel Club the only day he was entered under Gloria Kerr. He was entered in Rally advanced all three days. He passed each day with scores of 98, 96, and 96. This gave him his Rally advanced title. Chipper earned the first leg to his Rally Excellent title with a score of 98 at the Wascana Obedience Club in December. Chipper's next appearances in Rally were at the Alberta Kennel Club shows in January. He earned the two legs he needed for his title plus a bonus leg. He won High in Class two of the three times. Chipper was Best of Breed three days at the Regina Kennel Club in May, 2016. He placed 3rd in the Sporting group on Sunday. He also competed for Best Veteran in show that day. Chipper earned the first leg to his C.D.X. with a score of 192 at the Regina Obedience trials in July 2016. Chipper is also going for his RAE which requires qualifying scores in both advanced and excellent classes at the same trial for a total of 10 legs. He received his first leg with scores of 96 in advanced and 88 in excellent. The next trial he got 99 in advanced class but flunked in excellent after a handler error. Chipper came out of retirement for the June 2017 Balgonie dog shows. He end up going Best Veteran in Show (all breeds) at both of them! In July he earned the second leg towards his C.D.X. title with a score of 185. In August he traveled to the BSCC National Specialty in Calgary. He won the Veteran's Class on his way to going Best Opposite Sex at 9.5 years of age! He was also was Best Canadian Bred dog in show. The same weekend he competed in Rally trying for his RAE title. He managed to bring home three more legs toward that title. In October, Chipper earned the third and final leg to his C.D.X. with a score of 186.5! In December, Chipper went to a Regina obedience trial and earned a perfect score of 100/100 in the Rally excellent class. This gave him high in class also! At the next trial Chipper passed both advanced and excellent class with scores of 89 and 90. On Sunday, he went to two more trials and passed 4 times. Scores of 98 in advanced and 94 in excellent at the first trial. Scores of 98 in advanced and 95 in excellent, bringing his total to 7 legs on a pairs title. Chipper was best Veteran in sporting group at the Lakehead Kennel Club (Ontario) with good competition.
GFC/FC/AFC Kinwashkly Fat Bastard
 
Owned by Dr. Bo Ackerman and Leslie Andreas | Whelped: August 8, 2008
Fatz is sired by NAFC/FC/AFC Lea's Running Jayhawk out of DC/AFC Kinwashkly French Velour

Fatz made his first adult placement in the Amateur All Age stake at the fall 2011 Greater St. Louis Brittany Club trial, handled by Bo Ackerman. He won the Amateur All Age stake at the Bama Brittany trial in February 2012, to qualify for the American Brittany Club national Amateur Championship. The same month, he placed 2nd out of 35 in the Open All Age stake at the Southern Illinois Brittany Club. Fatz placed 2nd in the Open All Age stake at the Southeastern Brittany Club in December of the same year. He placed 4th in the 22 dog Lee Holman Open All Age stake in 2013 for his first hour placement. He was Runner up in the Michigan Open All Age championship for his next hour placement with handler Tom Tracy, Jr. He was again runner up in the Kansas Open All Age Championship in October with 60 dogs competing. He placed 2nd in an Amateur All Age stake at the Georgia Brittany Club that fall too. He started off 2014 by going Runner Up in the Southern Brittany Championship Amateur All Age stake with Bo Ackerman handling. His next hour placement was Runner Up in the Illinois Amateur All Age championship with Tommy Thomas handling. Tom Tracy handled him to a 4th place finish in the Mid South championship. He got another 4th at the Prairie States Championship for Tom Tracy, his 4th hour placement for the spring of 2014. He finished his field championship by winning the 5 point Open All Age stake at the Ohio Brittany trial. He placed 3rd in the Amateur All Age stake at the Buckeye Brittany trial, both handled by Bo Ackerman. He was 3rd place in the International Brittany Open All Age championship for Tommy. By winning the 1 hour stake Amateur All Age at Greater St. Louis Brittany trial in November, Fatz finished his AFC title, ended up number 6 in the Purina Dog of the Year points race, and is qualified for the 2015 National Amateur Championship. He placed 3rd in the Illinois Championship in February 2015. He was 2nd in the Open All Age handled by Bo, at the Ohio Brittany Club trials. Fatz was named day dog the first day of the U.S. Open championship. He ended up being Runner Up in the U.S. Open after the second series. Fatz placed 3rd in the Nebraska All Age Championship in April. He placed 3rd in the Region 3 Amateur All Age championship in Georgia, handled by Bo in January 2016. A few days later, Fatz was Runner Up in the Southern Open Brittany Championship. In February, Fatz won the Mid South Open All Age Championship. He was runner up in the 2016 Nebraska championship in April. He placed 3rd in the 2016 American Brittany Club Pheasant Championship in September. Fatz has earned the toughest title out there, a Grand Field Championship, earned through competing in one hour stakes. He was runner up in the Holman Classic in October 2016. He also placed 2nd in the one hour Open All Age with 47 entries in St. Louis in November. January 2017 saw him again 2nd at St. Louis Open All Age, this time with 34 entries. He also scored a 4th in the Open Limited All Age stake put on by the Illinois Brittany Club. March 2017, Fatz made his biggest win to date by winning the U.S. Open, thought by many to be the most difficult championship to win. As well, Fatz was the top dog of the first series. Less than a week later, he won the Pennsylvania Open Shooting Dog Championship. Fatz won the amateur all age at Sooner Brittany club. He placed 4th out of 40 dogs at the American Brittany Club National Amateur Championship. Fatz placed 4th in the Lee Holman classic in February 2018. As a youngster, I handled Fatz to his AKC and CKC puppy and derby points, many placements and 5 show points including a 3 point major in Canada.
Dual and Amateur Field Champion Kinwashkly Tempo
 
Owned by Joyce Miley and Leslie Andreas | Whelped: January 1, 2011
Tempo is sired by FC/AFC Trademark's Iceman out of DC/AFC Kinwashkly French Velour

Tempo won the Open All Age at the Montana Brittany Club 2015 trial, handled by Ed Tillson. It was a 4 point major, and qualifies Tempo to run in the ABC National all age championship this November. Tempo won the 20 dog Amateur All Age at the Sooner Brittany Club trial in November, handled by Bob Rankin, which qualified him for the National Amateur Championship. Tempo and Ed won a 5 point open all age stake at the Iowa Brittany Club, which completes Tempo's field championship! Tempo made his first one hour placement by going 4th out of 43 entries at Mid America All Age championships in Nebraska. As soon as trial season was over, Tempo headed out to the show circuit with his pal, Jessica Carlson. Two days later, he got his first show point in Texas, in field condition. Tempo had a very good weekend in Missouri early in June. He earned another 9 points towards his dual championship. Included were 2 majors and 2 Best of Breed wins. In Oklahoma, Tempo was Best of Winners two days in a row in July. Thanks to Kari Smith for stepping in to handle him. In Iowa, Jessica Carlson handled Tempo to his final points to earn his dual championship. He is a third generation dual champion for me since his dam and granddam are both my duals too. He is dual champion number 13 for me as a breeder! He is available at stud to approved bitches, contact me! Tempo placed 3rd in the Amateur All Age (13 starters) at the Northern Oklahoma Brittany Club October 2016,handled by Bob Rankin. He won the Open All Age stake at the Sooner Brittany Club the following weekend. The first weekend of November, Tempo won the hour Open All Age stake at the Midwest Brittany Club trial. Tempo placed 4th in the hour Region 17 Amateur All Age Championship, handled by Bob Rankin in March 2017. He placed 4th in the 28 dog Open All Age stake at the fall Hawkeye Brittany Club trial. Tempo and Bob Rankin teamed up again to win the Amateur All Age at Indian Nations Brittany Club October 2017, giving him another 3 point major to his amateur field championship. He won the 24 dog Open All Age at the Sooner Brittany Club October 2017. He was also 2nd in the Amateur All Age at the same trial, placing right behind his half brother Fat Bastard. Tempo finished his AFC title in great style by winning the 20 entry Texas Amateur All Age Championship in March!
Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: April 1. 2009
Diefenbaker is sired by DC Kinwashkly Mac Magoo FDJ out of DC/AFC Kinwashkly French Velour

Diefenbaker placed 4th in the Amateur Gun Dog at the Skyline Brittany Club in Colorado, March 2016. Not bad for a fat little pregnant dog! In August, Diefenbaker placed 2nd in the Open Limited Gun Dog stake at the Montana Brittany Club with a big race and two finds, the second on wild sharptails. At the Upper New York Brittany Club, September 2017, Diefenbaker was first place in the Amateur Limited Gun Dog stake (21 entries) with 5 flawless finds, one week after weaning a litter of puppies. Diefenbaker competed in the Greater Milwaukee Brittany Club a couple weeks later and came home with a pair of white ribbons in the Open Limited Gun Dog stake and the Amateur Gun Dog stake. Just think what she could do if she was in shape! Diefenbaker was 4th in the Open Shooting Dog stake at the GSP Field Club of Alberta's trial at Buck Mountain. She also placed 4th in the Amateur Shooting Dog stake at the same trial, with some bad luck as far as bizarre things happening with bird work.
Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Wee Johnny D
 
Owned by Tom Doherty and Kim Williamson | Whelped: May 12, 2012
Johnny is sired by DC/AFC Terra's Cabo Wabo out of Ch. Kinwashkly Silver Charm

Johnny earned his first adult placement in April 2016, placing 3rd in the Open All Age at the Hawkeye Brittany club handled by Ed Tillson. Back home in Canada, On April 1st, 2017 Johnny was awarded a 3 point major by going Best of Winners under Alberto Berrios at the Red Deer Kennel and Obedience Club, completing his Championship. Moved up to specials class the next day,he went Best of Breed for a 4 point major towards his grand championship. Johnny placed 2nd in the Open All Age at the 2017 spring Washington Brittany Club. In May, he was 2nd in the Open Shooting Dog stake at the GSP club of Alberta spring trial. The following day, Johnny came back to win the Amateur Shooting Dog stake with 5 finds. At the B.S.C.C. trial in May 2017, Johnny won the Open Shooting Dog stake which finished his field championship! Johnny is Dual Champion number 15 for our breeding program! Johnny earned a leg to his Field Dog degree on October 1, 2017 with a score of 94 out of 100. He was 2nd in the Open Shooting dog stake at the GSP Field Club of Alberta spring 2018 trial with 4 finds and a back. Johnny had 4 finds and a back to win the 20 dog open shooting dog stake at the spring of 2018 BSCC trial. The following day he came back for another blue in the Amateur shooting dog stake at the same trial.
Ch. Kinwashkly Orion's Watcher, F.D.J.
 
Owned by Joanne Archibald | Whelped: April 14, 2016
Watch is sired by DC Warbonnet's Orion in the Big Sky out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Watch recently made his show ring debut at the November 2016 Red Deer dog shows, handled by Sherri Trihart. On the third day, Watch picked up his first point by going winner's dog at 6 months of age! Watch's owner decided to give field trials a try, and at his second trial. he placed 2nd in the Open Derby stake with 2 finds and a great race. The next day, 13 month old Watch won the Open puppy stake for his first blue ribbon! At the Westwinds Sporting Dog Specialty, Watch went Best of Breed over a special for 2 points, handled by Larry Clark. At the Evelyn Kenney Shows he was again Best of Breed over special the second day. On the third day, he was Best of Winners for 2 points. Watch went to the Alberta Kennel Club shows and the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada shows in August. He was Winner's Dog on Saturday and Sunday, as well as Reserve Winner's Dog at the National specialty. He was Best of Winners on Monday. This win finished his championship at 15 months of age! Watch placed 2nd in the Open Derby at the Calgary Pointing Dog club trial in September. He also placed 2nd in the Open Puppy at the same trial. Watch earned a leg to the Field Dog Junior title the end of September. Watch placed 3rd all breeds in puppy (No.1# Brittany) and tied for 4th in derby stakes all breed (tied for No.1# Brittany) in Canadian Kennel Club trials for 2017. Watch won the Open Derby at the Vancouver Island Pointing Dog Club April 9, 2018. Watch passed two more FDJ level tests at the GSP Field Club of Alberta tests in May. This completed his FDJ title. In the Open Derby of the BSCC spring trial of 2018, Watch was the winner of another blue ribbon and his derby points. He will be running in broke dog stakes soon. Watch went Best of Breed under the judging of Joy Lim at the Evelyn Kenney shows Thursday of the Evelyn Kenney shows in a good entry. He also was Best of Breed under Tom Alexander in the Westwinds Sporting dog specialty the next day. He went Select at the afternoon EK show to a dog that won the sporting group later that day. The next two shows he was Best of Opposite Sex. He earned 15 points to his Grand Ch. on the weekend.
Kinwashkly Ti In The Sky
 
Owned by Sharon Williams | Whelped: April 14, 2016
Ti is sired by DC Warbonnet's Orion in the Big Sky out of Ch, Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Ti attended his first field trial the weekend before he he turned 7 months. He earned three ribbons, 1st in the Amateur Puppy, 4th in the Open Derby, and 4th in the Amateur Derby. At 8 months, Ti placed 4th out of 14 in the Open Derby at a Vizla trial. At 9 months, he placed 4th again in the derby stake at the Mid Florida German Shorthair trial in January 2017. Ti won the Open puppy stake at the Tampa Bay Vizla club in January. He placed 4th in the Open Derby at the same trial. At the Mid Florida Brittany Club spring 2017 trial, Ti won the Open Puppy stake. He was also 4th in the Amateur Walking Derby. Ti placed 4th in the Amateur Walking Derby stake at the Pennsylvania Brittany Club trial spring 2017. He competed in a Vizsla trial in December 2017 placing 2nd in the Open Derby stake. He also was 3rd in the Amateur Derby at the same trial. Ti put in a broke dog performance in the Open Derby stake of the Mid Florida Brittany Club, February 2018 to win his derby points with style. He also won the amateur derby stake at the same trial. He is off to a good start and we are looking forward to hearing more about him in the future.
Kinwashkly Beast of Burden, J.H.
 
Owned by Jodi Miller | Whelped: June 24, 2013
Boomer is sired by American/Canadian Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Silver Charm

Jodi (my baby sister) recently ran Boomer in his first hunt tests in Virginia at the Tidewater Brittany Club. Boomer got two legs towards his J.H. His enthusiasm got the best of him a couple times, but he will be back to earn the other two legs he needs for his title. Back after a year's absence from tests, Boomer picked his last two legs at the 2018 Tidewater Brittany Club tests. Boomer will work on a Senior Hunter title in the future.
Kinwashkly Timberline Kestral
 
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.
Kinwashkly Stuck In Lodi
 
Owned by Dan Gifford | Whelped: November 14, 2016
"Hawley" is sired by American and Canadian Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Hawley went to her first field trial at the ripe old age of 6 months and 1 week of age. She was 2nd place in the Amateur Walking Puppy stake out of 13 entries at the German Wirehair Pointer Club of Northern California spring 2017 trial. At the Northern California Brittany Club, she was 2nd place in the Open puppy. She followed up with another 2nd in the Amateur Puppy stake. Hawley won a 5 dog puppy stake at a GSP field trial in Reno, Nevada in November 2017. She was 2nd out of 12 Amateur derby starters in a GWP trial in Rio Vista,California May 2018. She won the Amateur Derby with 4 finds at her next trial out. Her only other start as a derby got her an honourable mention.
Kinwashkly Silver Velour
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: November 14, 2017
Silver is sired by Am. & Can. Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Silver placed 2nd in the Amateur Walking Puppy stake at the Upper New York Brittany Club on Labour Day weekend for her field trial debut. September 9 & 10, 2017, she ran in the Central Maine Brittany Club which is a cover trial. Although it is different from anything she has ever done, she was able to adjust and placed 4th in both Amateur and Open Puppy stakes. At the Greater Milwaukee Brittany trial, she was 1st place in the puppy stake. Silver is in her new home as the end of September, looking forward to being a great hunting dog and pet.
Kinwashkly Curious Georgia
 
Owned by Dawn Feist | Whelped: April 14, 2016
Georgia is sired by DC Warbonnet's Orion In the Big Sky out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Georgia was my pick of the litter, and went to live with my good friends, Sheldon, Justin and Dawn. She made her debut in the Big Country trials, which are a major longtail trial, and came home with 1st place in the Derby stake with a great race and excellent bird work. Georgia placed 2nd in the Open Derby stake at the Mortlach spring trial too.
Kinwashkly Rustyridge Justified
 
Owned by Claude and Jan Kilpatrick | Whelped: November 14, 2016
Reylynn is sired by Am. & Can. Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Single White Female

Reylynn won the Open Puppy stake with 4 entries at the Northern Oklahoma Brittany trial in Oct. 2017. She also took 3rd out of 9 at the Southern San Juaquin Brittany Club open puppy stake. A week later, she placed 2nd out of 9 at the California Brittany Club. At the Fort Worth Brittany Club, she earned 4 placements. Starting off with a 4th, in the 8 dog Amateur Puppy stake and adding a 3rd in the 5 dog Open Puppy stake. She then went 3rd in the 10 dog Amateur derby. Reylynn was also 3rd in the 10 dog Open derby stake. Reylynn will run in the futurity in California in January.
Kinwashkly Instant Rum Pudding
 
Owned by Sharon Williams | Whelped: June 29, 2017
Jake is sired by GFC/FC/AFC Hap's Spice Rum Beckham out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Jake entered his first field trial, the Tampa Bay Vizsla Club trials, Feb. 17 & 18/2018 at the ripe old age of 7 months. He placed 2nd in the derby stake against much older dogs. He was 2nd in the Open puppy and 3rd in the Amateur puppy. A few weeks later, he went to his second trial, the Mid-Florida Brittany Club. He took third and fourth in open and amateur puppy stakes. He is off to a good start.
Kinwashkly Lock Stock N Barrell
 
Owned by George Miller | Whelped: May 24, 2018
Penny is sired by DC Kinwashkly ML Benjamin Patrick out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Penny earned her first adult placement at the Indian Nations Brittany Club February 2018, by placing 3rd in the 21 entry Open Gun Dog stake. Penny is running in the string of Scott Johnson.
Kinwashkly French Blaze
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: July 14, 2017
Blaze is sired by NFC/GFC Roustabout's Flat Out out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Blaze won Best of Breed for two points her very first time in the ring at the Battle River shows March 23, 2018. Two days later, she repeated the win under Dr. Gail Forsyth. Blaze placed 3rd in the Open Puppy stake at the GSP Field Club of Alberta spring 2018 field trial. Blaze again placed 3rd in the puppy stake at the BSCC spring trial. Blaze won the Open Puppy stake at the GSP Field Club's horseback trial at Buck Mountain grazing reserve. She was 4th in the Open puppy at the Calgary Pointing Dog Club spring 2018 trial. Blaze was Best of Breed for 2 points at show two of the Regina Kennel Club shows in Balgonie. She also picked up a single point on Saturday under Wendy Hamilton Petkau. She won the field trial class at the Brittany Spaniel Club of Canada national specialty. We are looking forward to field trials and more shows with her in the future.
New Ch. Kinwashkly Copperhead Road
 
Owned by Darren and Charlene Moch | Whelped: June 24, 2013
Whiskey is sired by Am. & Can. Dual Ch. Kinwashkly Dirty Ned Pepper out of Ch. Kinwashkly Silver Charm

Whiskey was Best of Breed at the Battle River show on Saturday under James Reynolds. Whiskey is dual pointed, and the winner of the 2015 ABC Central All Age Futurity. At the Evelyn Kenney Kennel Club dog show, in July 2018 judge Joy Lim gave him Winner's dog for one point. The following day at the Westwinds Sporting Dog Club, Whiskey was Best of Winners under judge Tom Alexander. The Evelyn Kenney show that afternoon, he earned a 3 point major under judge Joe Gregory to finish his championship!
Kinwashkly Madonna
 
Owned by Leslie Andreas | Whelped: June 29, 2017
Madonna is sired by GFC/FC/AFC Hap's Spice Rum Beckham out of Ch. Kinwashkly Instant Replay

Madonna was Winner's Bitch at the Battle River shows on Saturday, March24/18,under James Reynolds for her first show point. Watch for her in field trials soon. At the GSP Field Club of Alberta spring 2018 trial, Madonna won the puppy stake with her exuberant race. The following weekend at the BSCC trial, she was 2nd in the puppy stake. She placed 3rd in the Open Puppy in the Calgary Pointing Dog spring 2018 trial. Madonna went back to the show ring at the Regina Kennel Club shows in June. The first show out she got Best of Breed for 2 points handled by a junior handler, Hailey Bro. The next day she added another point by going Winner's Bitch under Lucy Paradis. The last day she added two more single points to her score, under judges Mary White and Peter Machen. Madonna went Best of Winners, for a major the weekend of our national specialty, at the Lakehead Kennel Club to bring her one point short of her championship.
Ch. Kinwashkly King Louie
 
Owned by Dianne Vader 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. Louie has puppy and derby points and is a show champion, which means all he needs is an Open Brittany major to become a dual champion.
Ch. Kinwashkly Just A Bbugrrr,C.D., R.A.
 
Owned by Carl and Lee Magnuson | Whelped: May 24, 2014
Bug is sired by DC Kinwashkly ML Benjamin Patrick out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Bug earned the last 2 legs to get his Rally Advanced title at the Regina Kennel and Obedience Club trials in May 2018. His first two legs with scores of 91/100, 96/100. The next day he moved up to the excellent class where he earned his first leg with a barely passing score at 72/100, but it was the handler, I am told. Bug loves to go pheasant hunting in the fall with Carl!
Ch. Kinwashkly Finn Magoo RN
 
Owned by Julie Ross | Whelped: January 8, 2015
Finn is sired by Ch. Kinwashkly Dakota Smoke, FDJ out of Ch. Kinwashkly Defiant Diefenbaker

Finn finished his championship on June 17, 2018 with a Best of Breed win under judge Mary White. He repeated the win again under Peter Machen for some bonus points at the Regina Kennel and Obedience Club. He was Winner's Dog at the first two shows of the weekend, for 1 point each time. Finn is not a fan of dog shows. Finn looks forward to doing more Rally work, and to never going in the ring again.....
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