THE AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB

 

Donated to the Whippet Community by Don Frames, Bardon Whippets


AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB
SPECIALTIES and SUPPORTED SHOWS
Eastern Specialty

The Eastern Whippet Club Specialty will be held on October 15, 1967 at the Rock Creek Kennel Club show in Gaithersberg, Maryland. Eastern Chairman -

Margaret P. Newcombe Pennyworth Kennels
Little Bay Road
Newington, N. H. 03801

Mid West Specialty

Another Mid West Specialty Show of the A. W. C. is in the history books. As Show Chairman I want to thank the Show Committee for its participation and cooperation The Committee was:

Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs, Vice Chairman
Mrs. Wm. D. Backman, Jr.
Er. Louis Pegram
Er, Victor Renner
Mr. Ronald Klemmedson
Miss Josephine Steinberg
Mrs. Shirley Mack, Show Secretary

A winning combination I am sure because we had 79 entries, a nice trophy list and a nice catalogue. Undoubtedly a lot of the credit for the large entry belongs to the choice of judge, Mrs. W. P. Wear.

Special Thanks to those who came from far away places. The Committee mostly admits that the International Kennel Club and the National Race Meet had a little to do with their making such long trips.

Plans for next year's Specialty Show are very vague until International decides whether their show will be in April or July, but in the meantime YOU can tell us who you would like for the judge.

Ralph G. Eyles, Chairman
Box 180, Route 2
Antioch, Illinois 60002


Mid West Supported Shows

Delaware , Ohio, October 29. Delaware Kennel Club, Sunday, Judge: Mr. Alva Rosenberg. There will be a national race meet Saturday and Sunday, October 28 & 29, at Marysville, Ohio (a short distance from Delaware). This will be the first running of the Marysville Futurity with Bill Backman in charge. A cocktail party and dinner meeting is planned for Saturday evening starting at 7:00, for all members of the A. W. C., exhibitors, race participants, families and guests. For information or motel reservations write:

Mrs. Margaret A. Renner
Rural Route 2
Marysville, Ohio 43040
Phone No: 513/642-5176


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Del Monte Kennel Club

Nay 20, 1967 Judge: Mr. Percy Roberts

Pup p y Dogs 6-9, one shown, Donald and Barbara Frames Bardon Woodwind (By Ch. Piperkins Rambler-Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind.)

Puppy Dogs 9-12, one shown, Armin H. and Winifred Williams' Spotted Pony of Hollypark (By Ch. Sing'n Billy Boy--Oakshade Sunnygal of Suntan).

American Bred Dogs, one shown, LaDonna Lundgren's Madcap Trail Guido (by Ch. Great Circle Madhatter--Great Circle Tosca).

Open Dogs, two shown. First, Norman W. Ellis's Meander Madcap (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Marlboro--Ch. Meander Cygnet). Second, Jeannette J. Kep p elman's Madcap Timeless (by Ch. Great Circle Madhatter-Great Circle Tosca).

Winners Dog to Meander Madcap. Reserve to Madcap Timeless.

Puppy Bitches 6-9, two shown. First, Mrs. Joan Frailey and Mrs. Julio Holm's Hollypark's Honey Do For Me (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune-Ch. Eyleland Pianissimo). Seco n d, Donna Cardona Marshall and Wm. F. Marshall's Marcadeo Candy O'Q u inn (By White Acres Andy Quinn-Almar-O-Princess Carole).

American Bred Bitches, one shown, Howard M. Bobron's Vagabonded Whipoo' Pavane (By Whipoo's Bengal-Ch. Whi p oo's Vagabonded Hera).

Open Bitches, eight shown. First, H. L. and Mary B. Robinson ' s Dragonfly Sugarfoot (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth-Ch. Attilas Dragonfly Gy ps y). Second, Gladys E. Cutter's Highland's Hollypark Holly (By Ch. Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune-Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty). Third, Walter and Dorothy Matheny's Nimblefooted Halla (By Diamant v.d. Gotreuwon-Wingedfoot Hildegarde). Fourth, E. R. Hastings' Holly Park Cheer For He. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune- Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty).

Winners Bitch to: Dragonfly Sugarfoot. lost of Winner to Meander Madcap.

Specials, five shown. Ch. Madca p Stage Struck; Ch. Sing’n Little Girl Blue, Royal Fortune Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen, Ch. Eyleland's Minuet.

Best of Breed to Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue

Best of Opposite Sex to Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune.


Contra Costa Kennel Club

June 11, 1967 Judge--Mr. Charles J. Krebs

Open Dogs, three shown. First, Jacqueline Quiros Kubat's Dragonfly's Fleetfoot (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Attilas Dragonfly Gypsy). Second, Laura V. & J. E. Martin's Hollypark's Sam Sation (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune ex Ch. Eyleland Pianissimo). Third, Jeannette J. Keppelman’s Madcap Timeless (By Ch. Great Circle Madhatter ex Great Circle Tosca).

Winners Dog to Dragonfly's Fleetfoot. Reserve to Hollypark's Sam Sation

Puppy Bitches 9-12, one shown, Dr. John C. Shelton's Burdon’s Fawn Phaedra (By Stoney Meadows Epic ex Ch. Eyleland Trick).

Novice Bitches., one shown, Brittian Cain's Athina (By Casnisco's Charritte ex Harbordy Peppercorn).

Open Bitches, six shown. First, Walter & Dorothy Matheny's Nimblefooted (By Diamant v. d. Getrouwon ex Int Ch. Wingedfoot Hildegarde). Second, Carol Barron Hollypark's Hello Dolly (By Ch. Hollypark Hobgoblin ex Macks Tiger Lily). Third, Fred S. Turney's Gigi of Tost (By Tost Whiskey Mac of Allways ox Call Girl of Test). Fourth, Rosalie G. & Fred F. Simpson Hollypark Mocha Polka (By Tinker Tum or Ch. Whirling Down Whistle Bait).

Winners Bitch to Nimblefooted Halla. Reserve to Hollypark's Hello Doll: Best of Winner to Dragonfly 's Fleetfoot.

Specials, four shown. Ch. Madcap Stage Struck; Dragonfly ' s Wingedfoot; Ch. Hollypark's Just Plain George; Ch. Canyon Crest's Bakara.

Best of Breed to Dragonfly's Wingedfoot. Best Opposite Sex to Nimblefooted Hallo.


Northern California Whippet Fanciers Association 1967 Fun Match and National Point Racing Juno 18, 1967

The NCWFA has kept busy for the past few months with all the local shows and races, litters being whelped, people moving and new members. Hardly a week has passed without at least one Whippet function. The event that occupied so many of us lately was our own Fun Hatch and National point Races hold on June 18th. We had a typical cool perfect San Francisco day, excellent facilities and unbounded enthusiasm. Forty dogs entered the match and twenty nine entered the racing; including quite a number from Southern California.

Our judge, Harold Schlintz, selected the North and Scott's Urray Glory Be as Best in Match and the Hammond' s Pinetops Opening Knight as Best Puppy. Jayne Landgon as ring steward and Richard Reynolds keeping track of the dozens of prizes, gifts, and mementoes provided by our generous members and friends, were responsible for the smooth and efficient handling of the match.

The races provided the second opportunity to make use of our new starting boxes built by Omar Rees, our board built by Lynne Trounce and Myrna Countz and our silk racing jackets made by Madelyn Olofson. Lynne, Myrna, Sally Carroll, Donna Hammond, Charlie Counts, Walter Olofson, all the people who served as judges, and Susan Wing at the board and Jerry Trounce at the lure kept the races running extremely smoothly especially considering some of the rather unusual conditions. Ringo 's Ringo, the only Whippet born with a star in the East, won the races with his usual performance. Two up and coming dogs were La Donna Lundgren's Madcap Trail Guide and the Hammonds Pine Tops Opening Knight.

Everyone will be resting up for the next few weeks getting ready for Santa Barbara weekend and a few more local shows.

The Whippet sweatshirt was unveiled recently and if any of our fellow Whippeteers have a desire for such apparel, we will be glad to fill any orders. We have our own silk screen and can stencil T-shirts and sweatshirts.

Some of the Northern California Whippets which have been making good lately include John Shelton's Bardon's Fawn Phaedra, the Matheny's Nimblefooted Halla and the Trounce ' s Capo "D" Monte's Hyacinth. Recently finished were Gladys Cutter's Ch. Hollypark's Just Plain George and Norman Ellis! Meander Madcap.

Puppy Dogs 2-4, two shown. First, James Leith Van Dam, Sir Eric of Erik, Second, Marilyn Carlow & Susan Wing Travis

Puppy Dogs 6-9, two shown. First, Donald. & Barbara Frames' Barden Wood Wind. Second, Nira M. Carroll's Nira's Hot Buttered Rum.

Puppy Dogs 9-12, three shown. First, Donna Hammond & Norman Ellis' Pine Tops Opening Knight. Second, Winifred & Armin Williams' Spotted Pony of Hollypark. Third, Linda Blalock Glengyle Clack Mercury.

Best Puppy Dog to Pine Tops.

Puppy Bitch 2-4; two shown. First, Gertrude Paul's Katy-Did. Second, Fran Carroll's Nira's Bloody Mary.

Puppy Bitch 4-6, one shown. Joe Williams' Cathy's Angel.

Puppy Bitch 6-9, three shown. First, Donald & Barbara Frames' Bardon Sinning Wind. Second, Marilyn Carlow & Susan Wing's Coventry Sonnet. Third, Ronald Dare' English Lavender of Romay.

Puppy Bitch 9-12, one shown. David & Elizabeth Blalock's E'Danha Honey West.

Best Puppy Bitch to Bardon Singing Wind. Best Puppy to Pine Tops Opening Knight.

Dogs 12-18, one shown, LaDonna Lundgren' Madcap Trail Guide.

Dog Bred by Exhibitor, one shown, Donald & Barbara Frames' Bardon Wind Harp.

Open Dogs, five shown. First, Richard C. North & Elizabeth Scott' Urray Glory Do. Second, Myrna & Charles Countyz's Wheel N’Deal. Third, Richard & Donna Hammond's Winter Poons Goodbye. Fourth, Walter & Dorothy Matheny' Sherry Van De Koude Herberg.

Best Adult Dog to Urray Glory Do.

Bitch 12-18, one shown, Walter & Madolyn Olofson's Bardon Frippery

Bitch Bred by Exhibitor, one shown, Donald & Barbara Frames, Bardon Wind Poppy.

Open Bitch, six shown. First, Lynne Trounce' Capo ‘D’ Monte's Hyacint Second, Mrs. R. Henderson's Great Circle Dame. Third, Nira E. Carroll Mopalo's Ella Wellington. Fourth, David Rosenstock's Countess of Coventry .

Best Adult Bitch to Bardon Wind Poppy; Best Adult to Urray Glory Be. Best in Match to Urray Glory Be.


Chain O'Lakes Kennel Club, Grayslake, Illinois June 10, 1967 - Judge: Maurice L. Baker

Open Dogs, two shown. Robert J. Fisher and S. R. Blackstone’s TuJay's Tarzan (By Big Tarnish-Nokar Pinkie Lovie). Second, Eugene L. and Mrs. Eugene L Jacobs' Whipoo's Chance's Are (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen-Whipoo's Chance).

Novice Bitches, two shown. Raymond A. Stodolyn's Sege Susie-O (By Inks' Spotted View-Por Little Angel). Second, Richard and Linda Larson' Traymatt Coast of Frisia (By Traymatt Floorboards-Patricia Von Burgfried).

Open Bitches, three shown. First, Nancy Wiggins' Madcap Lost Time (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter-Great Circle Tosca). Second, Mrs. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance (By Whipoo's Limerick-Whipoo's Elegant Aire). Third, Barbara and Josephine Steinberg's Traymatt Spinning Wheel (By Ch. Traymatt Rooster Boy-Whipoo' s Trademark).

Winners Mitch to Madcap Post Time. Reserve to Sege Susie-O. Best of Winners to Madcap most Time.

Best of Breed to Madcap Post Time. Best Opposite Sex to Tujay's Tarzan.


Berrion Kennel Club, St. Joseph, Mich. June 25, 1967 Judge--Mr. Norm Wallace

Open Dogs, one shown. William H. Dresser's Bettebrook Benchmark (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth- Ch. Pennyworth Ebony Princess).

Puppy Bitches 6-9 , two shown. First, Joseph E. Hamilton's Salem Hill Sabrina (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland - Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia. Second, Susan L. Jorvis's Cain Manor Sun S p inner (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.)

Puppy Bitches 9-12, one shown. Mrs. Pamela Honkahen's Kirklea Copy Kate of Pagen (By Ch. Kirklea Court of Love--Ch. Kirklea Kate of P inehill.)

Open Bitches, two shown. First, Gon Hustod's Bettebrook Red B anner (By Ch. Bettebrook Nevermore - Pennyworth's Partner's Choice). Second, Sarah Dresser' Silhouette' Northern Lights (By Eyleland Quickstep--Lady Carmel of Keith).

Winners Bitches to Bettebrook Red Banner. Reserve to Salem Fill Sabrina Pest of 'canners to Bettebrook Benchmark.


British Columbia Kennel Club, Vancouver, B. CO
June 30th, 1967 Judge - Mr. John L. Cuneo

Junior Puppy Dog. First, M rs. Ann Whitton' Queen's Colt Forty-Five (By Can. and Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan - Can. Ch. Urray Speed Queen, C. D). Second, Mrs. Marie Pike's Silver Speed Patches (By Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan - Can. Ch. Urray Speed Queen, C. D.).

Open Dog. First, Mrs. Margaret Kenward's Alery Onyx of Edelif (By Myca ex Millard's Midnight Beauty).

Winners Male to Alery Onyx of Edeliff. Reserve Male to Queen's Colt Forty-Five.

Senior Puppy Bitches. Dr. B. C. Munro's Urray Pepper (By Can. and Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan - Can Ch. Whirlwind Geneveive).

Open Bitches. First, Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Rockabye Folly (By Millard's Streak of Sonna - Sonna Frankie of Rockabye). Second, Miss Gale Woolley's Urray up Lass (By Sonna Black Rocket Rockabye Devil Woman of Urray).

Winners Pitch to Rockabye Folly. Reserve to Urray Up Lass. Best of Winners to Rockabye Folly.

Specials Only, two shown. Ch. Thame Jenny of Rose Dawn. Ch. Chantilly' Rambling Lace.

Best of Breed to Rockabye Folly. Best Opposite Sex to Alery Onyx of Edcliff.

Best Canadian Bred in Hound Group to Rockabye Folly. Second went to Alery Onyx of Edcliff.


British Columbia Kennel Club, Vancouver, B. C.

July 1, 1967. Judge - Mr. John Devlin, Jr.

Junior Puppy Dog. First, Mrs. Marie Pike's Silver Speed Patches (By Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan - Can. Ch. Urray Speed Queen, C. D.).

Open Dog. First, Mrs. Margaret Kenward's Alery Onyx of Edcliff (By Myia Millard's Midnight Beauty).

Winners Dog to Alery Onyx of Edcliff.

Senior Puppy Bitch. First, Dr. E. C. Munro's Urray Pepper (By Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan - Can. Ch. Whirlwind Geneveive).

Open Bitch. First, Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Rockabye Folly (by Millard's Streak Of Sonna - Sonna Frankie of Rockabye). Second, Miss Gale Woolley's Urray of Lass (by Sonna Black Rocket - Rockabye Devil Woman Of Urray).

Winners Bitch to Rockabye Folly. Reserve to Urray Up Lass. Best of Winners to Rockabye Polly.

Specials Only, two shown. Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn; Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace.

Best of Breed. Miss Lynne Woolley's Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace (By Can. & Am. Ch. Gypsy's Kelly, C. D. -Urray Up Lass).

Best Opposite Sex. Alery Onyx of Edcliff.

Best Canadian Breed to Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace

Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace was first in the Hound Group.


Richmond Day Fanciers Club, Richmond, Cal. July8 C, 1967 Judge--Mr. William H. Pym

Open Dogs , eight shown. First, Jacqueline Quiros Kubat's Dragonfly's Fleetfoot (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth - Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy). Second, Robert D. & Alice E. Dildine's Canyon Crest's Big Shot (by Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth - Ch. Canyon Crests Surprise). Third, Earle C. Schaefer's Glenray's Christmas Love (By Ch. Whirlings Mr. Rudy of Glenray - Ch. Eyleland Minuet. Fourth, Florence Bradburn's Easton Fleetfoot Cedric (by Ch. Cannon Crests Black Knight - Pratt's Tornado of Course).

Winners Dog to Dragonfly's Fleetfoot. Reserve to Canyon Crest's Big Shot.

Open Bitches, First, Mrs. Robert E. Henderson's Home Place Calamity (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter - Madcap Syndicated News.) Second, Fred S. Turney's Gigi of Test (by Test Whiskey Mac of Allways - Call Girl of Test). Third, Walter & Dorothy Matheny's Nimble Footed Halla (By Diamant V.D. Getrowen - Ch. Wingedfoot Hildegarde). Fourth, Carol Barron's Dolly (By Ch. Hollypark Hobgoblin).

Winners Bitches to Home Place Calamity. Best of Winners to Dragonfly's Fleetfoot.

Specials Only, Dogs & Bitches, four shown. Ch. Canyon Crest's Bakara; Ch. Dragonfly's Wingedfoot; Ch. Tanny O'Lazeland; Ch. Home Place Shandygaff.

Best Whippet to Ch. Home Place Shandygaff. Best of Opposite Sex to Dragonfly's Wingedfoot.


Golden Gate Kennel Club, San Francisco, Calif. July 9, 1967 Judge--Mr. Virgil Johnson

Open Dogs, seven shown . First, Jacqueline Quiros Kubat's Dragonfly's Fleetfoot (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth - Ch. Attila’s Dragonfly Gypsy). Second, Myrna R. Hartwig' s Springmere Yours Sincerely (By Springmere Yours Truly - Glow Worm of Glenbar).

Third, Florence Bradburn's Easton Fleetfoot Cedric (By Ch. Canyon Crests Black Knight - Pratt' s Tornado of Course). Fourth, Walter & Dorothy Matheny's Sherry van de Koude Herbe rg (by Diamant v.d. Getrouwen - Nimblefooted Dimple).

Winners Dog to Dragonfly's Fleetfoot. Reserve to Springmere Yours Sincerely.

Open Bitches, six shown First, Walter & Dorothy Matheny's Footed Halla (By Diamant v d Getrouwen - Int. Ch. Wingedfoot Hildegarde). Second, Fred S. Turnery's Gigi of Test (By Test Whiskey Mac of Allways - Call Girl of Test). Third, Jayne Langdon's Fancy Fete Early Down (By Ch. Mopalo’s Gay Blade - Heidi von Rosell). Fourth, Carol Barron's Hello Dolly (By Ch. Hollypark Hobgoblin - Macks Tiger Lily)

Winners Bitches to Nimblefooted Halla. Reserve to Gigi of Test:

Best of Winners to Nimble Footed Halla

Specials only, three shown. Ch. Canyon Crest's Zakara; Ch. Tanny O'Lazeland; Ch. Dragonfly's Wingedfoot.

Best Whippet to Ch. Canyon Crest's Zakara. Best of Opposite Sex to Dragonfly's Wingedfoot.


Champ a ign Illinois Kennel Club

July 15, 1967 Judge: Mr. William Pym.

Pupp y Dogs, one shown. Kenneth Hulsey's Wildwind's Just A Spark (By C. Lysander of Briskway-- Ch. Humble Acres Muscrat Ramble).

American-Bred Dogs, one shown. E.E. & J. A. Ho p kins ' Whipoo's Whimson (By Whipoo's Whimsy C D--Whipoo's Little Tarnish).

Open Dogs, five shown. First, Louie Pegram's Pennyworth Tailor Made ( Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Legend O'Lazeland). Second, Macie L. Clapp & Edwin Sapinsley's Flyting Hellza p opin (By Ch. Pennyworth Lumumba--Ch. Briarwyn's Blue Beaver). Third, Horton Conrad, Jr. & Miriam Conrad's Renfield Shaun (By Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland Eyleland Crepe Suzette). Fourth, Eugene L. & Mrs. Eugene L. Jacob's Whipoo's Chance's Are Jacobs (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen - Whipoo's Chance ).

Winners Dog to Pennyworth Tailor Made. Reserve to FlyTing Hellsapopin.

Puppy Bitches, one shown. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene L. Jacob’s Eugene L. Jacobs Whipoo's Flakes of Fire (By Ch. Whipoo’s Whimsy, C.D.--Whipoo 's Ophelia).

Novice Bitches, one shown. Donna Bangs' Moley Rat (By Ch. Wings High the Clouds -- Wings Blaze O'Glory).

American-Bred Bitches, three shown. First, Donna Bangs' Uhuru's Rolling Stone (By Ch. Wing's in the Clouds - Wing's Blaze O'Glory). Second, Ralph G. Eyles' Eyleland Hopscotch (By Meander Indescretion-- Eyleland Hannah). Third, Larry Killer's Whipoo's Little Dreamer (By Whipoo's Limerick-- Ch. Humble Acre Snow Cloud).

Open Bitches, five shown. First, Marcic L. Clapp & Edwin Sapinsley's FlyTing Silk Stocking- (By Pennyworth Lumumba--Ch. Briarwyn's Blue Beaver). Second, Mrs. P. Lynn Meyers' Whi p oo's Chance (By Whipoo's Limerick - Whipoo's Elegant Aire). Third, Kenneth & Brenda Hulsey's Humble Acre Stars & Stripes Acre Stars (By Ch. Lysander of Briskways--Ch. Whipoo's Wish Me Well). Fourth, Nancy Wiggins' Madcap Tost Time (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter--Great Circle Tosca).

Winners Bitch to FlyTing Silk Stockings. Reserve to Whipoo's Chance Best of Winners to FlyTing Silk Stockings.

Specials, one shown. Ch. Traymatt Casper.

Best Whippet to Ch. Traymatt Casper. Best of Opposite Sex to Flyting Silk Stockings


American Whippet Club Chicago, Illinois

July 21, 1967 Judge: Mrs. W.P. Wear

Puppy Dogs, 6-9, four shown. First, Robert J. & Helen J. O'Keefe's Silhouette's Blackjack (By Eyleland Quickstep - Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough). Second, Barbara & Josephine Steinberg's Traymatt Popcorn (By Stoney Meadows Peacock Pie - Traymatt Eyleland Easter Egg). Third, Donald W. & Barbara Frames' Bardon Wood Wind (By Ch. Eyleland Winer Wind). Fourth, Barbara & Josephine Steinberg's Traymatt Broadstick (By Stoney Meadows Peacock Pie - Traymatt Eyleland Easter Egg).

Puppy Dogs 9-12, two shown. First, S.R. Blackstone & R.J. Pischer's Tujays Tarzan (by Big Tarnish - Horkar Pinkie Lovie). Second, S.R. Blackstone's Seg-Mo Hai-One (by Ch. Briarwyn's Bluestone - Har-Bridge Lovely Lady).

Bred By Exhibitor Dogs, two shown. First, Eugene L. & Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs' Whipoo's Chance's Are (by Ch. Great Circle Skibberereen - Whipoo's Chance). Second, Ralph G. Eyles' Eyeland Shadow Boxer (by Ch. Eyleland Cinnamon Roll - Meander Shade).

American Bred Dogs, three shown. First, Lynnette J. Troune's Bardon Wind Harp (by Ch. Piperkin's Ramble - Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind). Second, Louis Pegram's Meander Floating World (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Marlboro - Ch. Meander Maybe So). Third, Vickey Stafford's Rowdy of Blue Beaver (by Ch. Bule Diamond of Star - Ch. Lady Bird of Blue Beaver).

Open Dogs, eight shown. First, Meander Kennels' Bismarch of Freisa (by Lars Von Burgfried - Eyleland Julia). Second Horton Conrad Jr. & Miriam Conrad's Renefiled Shaun (by Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland - Ch Eyleland Crepe Suzette). Third, Robert J. O'Keefe's Silhouette's Don Quizote (by Elyeland Quickstep - Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough). Fourth, Norman R. Leight & Selwyn R. Blackstone's High Light's Half A Head (By Big Tarnish - J.H.'s Hi Fidelity).

Winners Dog to Whipoo's Chance's Are. Reserve to Bardon Wind Harp.

Puppy Bitches 6-9, four shown. First Jerry B. Edwards' Seyberne's Serenade (by Ch. Mor Shor's Whirlaway - Pennyworth Betone). Second, Robert J. O'Keefe's Silhouette's Pink Onion (by Eyleland Quickstep - Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough). Third, Joseph E. Hamilton's Salem Hill Sabrina (by Royal Coachman O'Lazeland - Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia). Fourth, Susan L. Jervis's Cain Manor Sun Spinner (by Royal Cochman O'Lazeland - Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia).

Puppy Bitches 9-12, four shown. First, Joseph G. Pinkosz's Gortico Lucky Charm (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Chance - Gortico Command Performance). Second, Mrs. Joan Frailey & Mrs. Julie Holm's Hollyparks Honey Do For Me (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune - Ch. Eyleland PPianissimo). Third, Mrs. Pamela Honkanen's Kirklea Copy Kate of Pagan (by Ch. Kirklea Court of Love - Ch. Kirklea Kate of Pinehill). Fourth, Joan Szewyck' Tuja Y's Tarnell (by Big Tarnish - Horkar Pinkie Lovie).

Novice Bitches, three shown. First, Keith M. & Judith D. Wallace's Kai-Jai's Absinthe Special (by Ch. Pennyworth Ho Ho Ho - Ch. Whipoo's Dash of Bitters. Second, Donna Bangs' Moley Rat (by Ch. Wings High In the Clouds - Wings Blaze O'Glory). Third, Raymond A. Stodolny's Sege Susie Q. (by Ink's Spotted View - Por Little Angel).

Bred by Exhibitor Bitches, five shown. First, E.R. Hastings' Hollypark Cheer For Me (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune - Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty). Second, Donald W. & Barbara M. Frames' Bardon Singing Wind (by Ch. Piperkin's Rambler - Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind). Third, Ralph G. Eyles' Eyleland Cinnamon Shade (by Ch. Eyleland Cinnamon Roll - Meander Shade). Fourth, Margaret A. Renner's Renfield Bimmi (by Ch. Locksley O'Lazeland - Ch. Eyleland Crepe Suzette).

American bred Bitches, five shown. Ralph G. Eyles' Eyleland Hopscotch (by Meander Indescretion - Eyleland Hannah). Second, Donna Bangs' Uhuru's Rolling Stone (by Ch. Wings High in the Clouds - Wings Blaze O'Glory). Third, Mrs. P. Lynne Myers' Whippoo's Chance (by Whipoo's Limerick - Whipoo's Elegant Aire). Fourth, Victor A. & Margaret A. Renner's Renfield Cherokee (by Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland - Renfield Christie).

Open Bitches, sixteen shown. First Douglas & Mary Beth Authur's Maria of Wheaton (by Ch. Oberon of Briskways - Pennyworth Forget-Me-Not). Second, Pennyworth Kennels' Pennyworth Affectionately (by Ch. Whipoo's Paint Your Wagon - Ch. Legend O'Lazeland). Third, Ann Schwartz & Ann Gallup's Gallway Cajun of Annsdreme (by Ch. Roanbar Son of Cacholong - Pennyworth Truly Fair). Fourth, Mr. & Mrs. James Battersby's Maria of Wheaton (by Ch. Oberon of Briskways - Pennyworth Forget-Me-Not).

Winners Bithc to Hollypark Cheer For Me. Reserve top Bardon Singing Wind.

Best of Winners to Whipoo's Chance's Are.

Veteran Dog & Bitch Class, two shown. First, Barbara & Josephine Steinberg's Ch. Traymatt Iron Fly (by Stoney Meadows Epic - Tramatt Necessary Nell. Dog). Second to Barbara & Josephine Steinberg's Traymatt Floor Boards (by Ch. Traymatt Fides, C.D. Dog).

Specials, five shown. Ch. Flyalong Hercules: Ch. Briarwyn's Bright Star: ch. Pennyworth Mother Goose' Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia; Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen.

Best Whippet to Ch. Pennyworth Mother Goose. Best of Opposite Sex to Whipoo's Chance's Are.

Brace Class, one shown. Victor A. & Margaret A Renner's Renfield Chippewa; Victor A. & Margaret A. Renner's Renfield Cherokee.


International Kennlel Club of Chicago

July 22 & 23, 1967 Judge: Mr. Harry T. Peters

Bred by Exhibitor Dogs, two shown. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene L Jacobs' Whipoo's Chance's Are (by Ch. Great Circle Skibberreen - Whipoo's Chance). Second, Ralph G. Eyles' Eyleland Shadow Boxer (by Ch. Eyleland Cinnamon Roll - Meander Shade).

American Bred Dogs, two shown. First, Louis Pegram's Meander Gloating World (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Marlborough - Ch. Meander Maybe So). Second, Vickey Stafford's Rowdy of Blue Beaver (by Ch. Blue Diamond of Star - Ch. Lady Bird of Blue Beaver).

Open Dogs, nine shown. First, Gregg & D.J. Gammie's Stoney Meadows Saratoga (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Venture - Ch. Seven League Serenissima). Second, Victor A. & Margaret A. Renner's Renfield George (by Royal Coachman O'Lazeland - Ch. Eyleland Crepe Suzette). Third, Meander Kennels' Bismarch of Frisia (by Lars vom Burgfried - Eyleland Julia). Fourth, Horton Conrad, Jr. & Miriam Conrad's Renfield Shaun (by Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland - Ch. Eyleland Crepte Suzette).

Winners Dog to Stoney Meadows Saratoga. Reserve to Whipoo's Chance's Are.

Puppy Bitches, five shown. First, Mrs. Joan Frailey & Mrs. Julia Holm's Hollyparks Honey Do For Me (by Ch. Stoeny Meadows Royal Fortune - Ch. Eyleland Pianissimo). Second, Joseph G. Pinkosz's Gortico Lucky Charm (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Chance - Gortico Command Performance). Third, Donald W. & Barbara M. Frames' Bardon Singing Wind (by Ch. Piperkin's Rambler - Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind). Fourth, Mrs. Pamela Monkanen's Kirklea Copy Kate of Pagan (by Ch. Kirklea Court of Love = Ch. Kirklea Kate of Pinehill).

Bred by Exhibitor Bitches, two shown. First E.R. Hasting's Hollypark Cheer For Me (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune - Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty). Second, Victor A. & Margaret A. Renner's Renfield Chippewa (by Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland - Renfield Christie).

American Bred Bitches, three shown. First, Mrs. Pl. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance (by Whipoo's Limerick - Whipoo's Elegant Aire). Second, Keith M. & Judith D. Wallace's Kai-Jai's Absinthe Special (by Ch. Pennyworth Ho-Ho_ho - Ch. Whipoo's Dash of Bitters). Third, Vickey Stafford's Sadie of Blue Beaver (by Ch. Blue Diamond of Star - Ch. Lady Bird of Blue Beaver).

Open Bitches, eleven shown. First, Joan Frailey & Kathy Justen's Stoney Meadows She Made It (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Chance - Ch. Stoney Meadows Hell's Bells). Second, Mrs. W.P. Wear's Stoney Meadows Hialeah (by Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Venture - Ch. Seven League Serenissima). Third, Victor A. & Margaret A. Renner's Renfield Cherokee (by Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland - Renfield Christie). Fourth, Nancy Wiggins' Madcap Post Time (by Ch. Pennyworth Ho Ho Ho - Town's Twinkie Namer Nod).

Winners Bitches to Stoney Meadows She Made It. Reserve to Stoney Meadows Hialeah.

Best of Winners to Stoney Meadows Saratoga.

Specials, nine shown. Ch. Pennyworth Mother Goose; Ch. Stoney Meadows Little Leonie; Ch. Traymatt Casper; Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia; Ch. Billou's Gangster Westcliff; Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune; Ch. Bardon Summer Storm; Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen.

Best of Breed to Mrs. W. P. Wear's Ch. Stoney Meadows Little Leonie (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Venture-- Ch. Stoney Meadows Fairy Fox.) Best Opposite Sex to Stoney Meadows Saratoga.


Ventura Co. Dog Fanciers Association

July 29, 1967 Judge - Mrs. Thelma Brown

Novice, Dogs, one shown. Gary and Wilma Heisinger's Mad Cap Gold Strike (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen--Great Circle Tosca)

American-Bred Dogs , three shown. First, Clyde and Barbara Morris' Dragonfly's Cacique Tamanaco (By Ch. Rigmore Finisterre - Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy.) Second, Louis Pegram's Meander Floating World. (By Ch. Stony Meadows Marlboro -- Ch. Meander Maybe So.) Third, Martin D. Farren's Canesco's Gamelyn Shandy. (By Canesco's El Capitan -- Ch. Canesco's Double Date.

Open Dogs, thirteen shown. First, Allen W. Wing's The Baron of Coventry. (By Piper­ kins Rusher - Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue.) Second, Charles E. and Marilyn D. Miller's Strathoak Silver Fin. (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre --Appraxin Red Starlet. Third, Louis Pegram's Pennyworth Tailor Made. (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Penny­ worth -- Ch. Legend O'Lazeland. Fourth, Florence Bradburn's Easton Fleet Foot
Cedric. (By Ch. Canyon Crests Black Knight -- Pratt's Tornado of Course.

Winners Dogs to The Baron of Coventry. Reserve to Strathoak Silver Fin.

Puppy Bitches (6 Mos. and under 9 Mos.) one shown. Dan and Lorene Faulkner's Poca Haunt US. (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre--Ch. Atila's Dragonfly Gypsy.

Puppy Bitches ( 9 Mos. and under 12 Mos.) one shown. Mrs. Joan Frailey and Mrs. Julie Holm's Holly Park's Honey Do For Me. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune-- Ch. Eyleland Pianissimo.)

Novice, Bitches., two shown. Gregory A. & Isabell Stoffers' Dragonfly's Blue Star­ dust. (By Sadisfield Bedazzled -- Gigi of Test.) Second, Kathleen Y. Blanchard and Alan Croft Blanchard's Hollypark Tipperary Colleen. (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre -­ Hollypark Humoresque.

Bred by Exhibitor Bitches, one shown. E. R. Hastings' Hollypark Cheer for Me. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune -- Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty.)

American Bred Bitches, two shown. First, David Rosenstock's The Countess of Coventry (By Piperkin s Rusher -- Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue.) Second, Kathleen Y. Blanchard and Alan Croft Blanchard's Hollypark Tipperary Colleen.

Open Bitches, 12 shown. First, Joan Frailey and Kathy Justen's Stoney Meadows She Made It. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Chance -- Ch. Stoney Meadows Hell's Bells.) Second, Mrs. Robert B. Henderson's Home Place Calamity. (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter -- Ch. Madcap Syndicated News.) Third, Carol Barron's Hollypark's Hello Dolly. (By Ch. Hollypark Hobgoblin -- Macks Tiger Lily.) Fourth, Norman W. Ellis' Homeplace Calliope (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter -- Ch. Madcap Syndicated News.

Winners Bitches to Stoney Meadows She Made It. Reserve to Home Place Calamity.

Best of Winners to Stoney Meadows She Made It.

California Owned Class, one shown. H. L. and Mary B. Robinson's Ch. Dragonfly Sugarfoot. (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth -- Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy.)

Specials Only, nine shown. Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen; Ch. Mad Cap Stage Struck; Ch. Madcap Syndicated News; Ch. Home Place Shandygaff; Ch. Canyon Crests Bakara; Ch. Ch. Meander Madcap; Ch. Roving Rainmaker; Ch. Sign'N Sinner Man; Ch. Dragonfly’s Wingedfoot.

Best of Breed to Mrs. Robert B. Henderson's Ch. Home Place Shandygaff (By Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter--Ch. Madcap Syndicated News.)

Best of Opposite Sex to Norman W. Ellis's Ch. Meander Madcap. (By Ch Stoney Meadows Marlboro--Ch. Meander Cygnet).


Santa Barbara Kennel Club
July 30, 1967

Judge: Mrs. Marion H. Woodcock

Puppy, Dogs, 9 months and under 12 months, two shown. Winifred M. and Armin H. Williams' Spotted Pony of Hollypark. (By Ch. Sing'n Billy Boy--Oakshade's Sunngal of Suntan. Second, Donald and Barbara Frames' Bardon Wood Wind(By Ch. Piperkins Rambler Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind.)

Novice Dogs, one shown. Gary and Wilma Heisinger's Madcap Gold Strike.(By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen ex Great Circle Tosca)

Bred by Exhibitor, Dogs, three shown. First, Strathoak Kennels. Strathoak Sunstar (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre--Appraxin Red Starlet). Second, Jeannette J. Keppelman and Norman W. Ellis's Madcap Timeless (By Ch. Great Circle Madhatter--Great Circle Tosca.) Third, Madelynn P. Fredsti's Gaylynn Come Blow Ya Horn (By Summertime En counter--Gaylynn's Summer 'n Smoke.)

American Bred, Dogs, nine shown. First, Carroll S. and Ruby R. Hayhurst's Whirla way’s Sky Rocket (By Ch. Piperkin's Robinson, C.D--Syndicated Ruby Paint Pot.) Second, Clyde and Barbara Morris' Dragonfly's Cacique Tamanaco (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre--Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy.) Third, Nira M. Carroll's Nira's Irish Mist (By Ch. Tomburton's Tiberius--Enger's Candy.) Fourth, Ronald Bare's Hollypark Highland Frost (By Ch. Hollypark Hobgoblin-Ch. Sand Spiral Kindall.)

Open Dogs, ten shown. First, Allen W. Wing's The Baron of Coventry. Second, Florence Bradburn's Easton Fleetfoot Cedric (By Ch. Canyon Crests Black Knight-­ Pratt's Tornado of Course.) Third, Donna Hammond and Norman W. Ellis' Pinetops Opening Knight (By Madcap Timeless-Ch. Madcap Stage Struck.) Fourth, Charles E. and Marilyn D. Miller's Strathoak Silver Fin.

Winners Dogs to Strathoak Kennels' Strathoak Sunstar. Reserve to Whirlaway’s Sky Rocket.

Puppy Bitches, 6 months and under 9 months, three shown. First Marilyn Barlow and Susan A. Wing's Coventry's Sonnet (By Ch. Bardon Summer Storm--Ch. Eyleland Plaid. Second, Burnetta Bare's Cathy's Angel (By Piperkin's Rusher--Locksley Hall's Diana. Third, Ron and Burnetta Bare's English Lavender of Romay (By Hollypark Highland Frost --Strathoak Spring Frolic.

Puppy Bitches, 9 months and under 12 months. four shown. First, Mrs. Joan Frailey and Mrs. Julie Holm's Hollypark's Honey Do For Me. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune--Ch. Eyleland Pianissimo.) Second, Elizabeth A. Scott's Highland Cinder (By Ch. Hollypark Highland Fling--Highland Summer Song). Third, Dan and Lorene Faulkner's Poco Haunt Us. (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre--Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy.

Novice Bitches, three shown. Joe and Shriley Goss' Whirlaways Flying Sparkler. (By Ch. Piperkin's Robinson, C.D.--Syndicated Ruby Paint Pot. Second, Gregory A. and Isabell Stoffers' Dragonfly's Blue Stardust. (By Ladiesfield Bedazzled--Fifi of Test.) Third, Kathleen Y. Blanchard and Alan Croft Blanchard's Hollypark Tipperary Colleen (By Ch. Ringmore Finisterre--Hollypark Humoresque.)

Bred by Exhibitor, Bitches, five shown. E. H. Hastings' Holly Park Cheer For Me.(By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune--Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty.) Second, Donald and Barbara Frames' Bardon Singing Wind (By Ch. Piperkins Rambler--Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind). Third, Marilyn Barlow and Susan A. Wing's Coventry's Lyric. (By Ch. Bardon Summer Storm--Ch. Eyleland Plaid.) Fourth, Liz Scott and R. C. North's North Highland Brown Bess. (By Pennyworth Tumbleweed--Ch. Sand Spiral Kindall.)

American Bred, Bitches, eight shown. First, Gladys M. Cutter's Highland's Hollypark Holly. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune--Ch. Eyleland Brown Betty.) Second, Norman W. Ellis' Great Circle Tosca (By Ch. Wingedfoot Domenic-- Ch. Great Circle Bewitched.) Third, Joseph and Dixie M. Rideour's Ridenour's Dresden Doll. (By Ch. Canyon Crest's Black Knight--Pratt's Torado of Course.) Fourth, David Rosenstock's The Countess of Coventry. (By Piperkin's Rusher--Ch. Sing 'n Little Girl Blue.)

Open Bitches, fifteen shown. First, Donald and Barbara Frames Bardon Wind Poppy. (By Ch. Piperkins Rambler--Ch. Eyleland Winter Wind.) Second, Carol Barron's Holly- park's Hello Dolly. (By Ch. Hollypark's Hobgoblin--Macks Tiger Lily.) Third, Norman W. Ellis' Homeplace Calliope. Fourth, Joan Frailey and Kathy Justen's Stoney Meadows She Made It. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Chance-- Ch. Stoney Meadows Hell's Bells.)

Winners Bitches to Gladys M. Cutter's Highland's Hollypark Holly. Reserve to E. H. Hastings' Holly Park Cheer For Me.

Best of Winners to Highland's Hollypark Holly.

Specials Only fourteen shown. Ch. Madcap Stage Struck, Ch. Canyon Crest's Bakara, Ch. Madcap Bold Minstrel, Ch. Meander Madcap, Ch. Dragonfly's Wingedfoot, Ch. Hollypark's Just Plain George, Ch. Sing'n Sinner Man, Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue, Ch. San Saba Zero Cool, Ch. Roving Rainmaker, Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen, Ch. Madcap Syndicated News, Ch. Homeplace Shandygaff, Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune.

Best of Breed to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Frailey's Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune. (By Ch. Stoney Meadows Bold Venture-- Ch. Stoney Meadows Snow Queen.) Best of Oppo­ site Sex to Mrs. Julie Holm and Mrs. Joan Frailey's Ch. Stoney Meadows Frosty Queen. (By Stoney Meadows Golden Wuest-- Ch. Stoney Meadows Snow Queen, Bitch.

Stud Dogs, two shown. First Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Frailey's Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune. Second, H. L. and Mary B. Robinson's Ch. Ringmore Finisterre. (By Bellavista Barry--Tweseldown Mimosa.

Brood, Bitches . , four shown. First Norman W. Ellis's Great Circle Tosca. Second, Jacqueline Quiros-Kubat's Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy. (By Caramel of Allways-- Midtfyns Ilsebel. Thira, Marilyn Barlow's Ch. Sign'N Little Girl Blue. Fourth, Madelynn P. Fredsti's Gaylynn's Summer 'N Smoke.

Brace Class, one shown. Strathoak Kennels' Brace, Strathoak Sunstar & Strathoak Coppersun.


Waukesha Kennel Club

July 30, 1967 Judge -- Mr. Kenneth W. Given

Open Dogs, nine shown. First Luc Boileau's Winterfold's Flash Harry. (By Ch. Coveydown Greenbrae Wayfare--Winterfold's Fleeting Moment.) Second, S. R. Blackstone and R. J. Fischer's Tujays Tarzan. (By Big Tarnish--Norkar Pinkie Lovie.) Third, Norman R. Leight and Selwyn R. Blackstone's Night Light's Half a Head. (By Big Tarnish--J. M's Hi Fidelity.) Fourth, Bernice and Gerhardt Strauss's Marial's Jellybean. (By Ch. Forest Slim Jim--Sege Little Silver.)

Winner Dogs to Luc Boileau's Winterfold's Flash Harry. Reserve to S. R. Blackstone and R. J. Fischer's Tujays Tarzan.

Open Bitches, five shown. First Mrs. P. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance. (By Whipoo's Limerick --Whipoo's Elegant Aire.) Second, Susan K and Fred Sarmiento's Harji Masquerade. (By Harbridge Brindle Stone--Seven League Saucy Serenmea.) Also in Obedience. Third, Ann Schwartz and Ann Gallup's Gallway Cajun of Annsdreme. (By Ch. Roanbar Son of Cacholong--Ch. Pennyworth Truly Fair.) Fourth, John Martinez's J. N's Beguiling Carol. (By Ch. Briarwyn's Bluestone--Briarwyn's Beguiling.)

Winners Bitches to Mrs. P. Lynn Myers' Whipoo's Chance. Reserve to Susan K. and Fred Sarmiento's Hari Masquerade.

Best of Winners to Winterfold's Flash Harry.

Specials Only, one shown. Barbara and Josephine Steinberg's Ch. Traymatt Casper. (By Traymatt Plywood--Sonna Black Velvet Dog.)

Best Whippet to Flash Harry. Best of Opposite Sex to Whipoo's Chance.

Alan G. Strauss' Ch. Marial's War Paint qualified for the third leg on his C.D. degree.

Susan K. & Fred Sarmiento's Harji Masquerade (RWB) earned the first leg on her C.D. degree.


Jaxon Kennel Club

August 6, 1967 Judge: Marjorie E. Siebern

Open, Dogs, two shown. First Eugene L. and Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs' Whipoo's Chances Are. Second, Gregg and D. J. Gammie's Stoney Meadows Saratoga.

Winners Dogs to Glenna C. Crafts' Crafdal Trygs Trysina (By Ch. Trygvie Vikingsson-- Ch. Crafdal Lillabo Kvinna. Reserve to Stoney Meadows Saratoga.

Puppy, Bitches, one shown. Susan L. Jervis's Cain Manor Sun Spinner. (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.)

Open, Bitches, one shown. Robert W. and Barbara J. Lutz's Humble-Acre Snowclouds' Own. (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen-- Ch. Humble Acre Snowcloud.)

Winners Bitches to Humble-Acre Snowclouds' Own. .Reserve to Cain Manor Sun Spinner.

Best of Winners to Whipoo's Chances Are. Best Whippet to Whipoo's Chances Are. Best of Opposite Sex to Audrey C. Eckert's Bjorn's Aasta of Narvikwood (By Finn's Bjorn of Narvikwood--Finn's Finna of Narvikwood.

Whipoo's Chances Are went on to third in the Hound Group.


The Western Gazehound Club Specialty-Championship Show August 11, 1967.
Judge - Mrs. Katherine Finch

Junior Puppy Dog, two shown. First, Mrs. Ann Whitton's Queen's Colt Forty Five (by Can. & AM. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan ex Ch. Urray Speed Queen CDO. Second, Mrs. T. F. R. Newmark's Jynkx’s Mr. R. Pennypost by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Open Dogs, seven shown. First, Mrs. Glady's Cutter's Hollypark's Just Plain George by Ch. Ringmore Finisterre ex Hollypark Humoresque. Second, Miss Susan Wing's Sing' n Sinner Man (By Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Can. Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie) Third, Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Rockabye Scamp by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye. Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Webster's Urray Go Lightly by Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan ex Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve.

Winner's Dog, one shown. Hollypark's Just Plain George. Reserve to Sing'n Sinner Man.

Junior Puppy Bitches, two shown. First, Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Lucky Penny. (By Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn.) Second, Jynkx Pennywhistle of Dahnwood. (By Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn.)

Senior Puppy Bitches, one shown. Mrs. Fredrica L. Page's White Acres Stardust (By Am. Ch. White Acres Shawnee ex Snow Flurry of Suntan.

Canadian Bred Bitch, one shown. Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Speck of the Devil by AM. & EN G. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn.

Bred by Exhibitor's Bitch, 2 shown. First, Doris E. & Jesse M. Ringer's Ringo's Brown Willow by Pennyworth Tumbleweed ex Sea-Wyf of Monty-Jo. Second, Mrs. T.F.R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Patch of Blue Velvet by AM. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn.

Open Bitches, seven shown. First, Doris E. Ringer's Bardon's Faded Finery (by Stoney Meadows Epic ex Meander Ribbons). Second, Mrs. Marilyn Barlow's Sing'n Little Girl Blue (by Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Can. Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie.) Third, Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Webster's Urray Petrel by Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan ex Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve. Fourth, Laverne M. Swingle's Lady Twinkletoes by Ch. Wyldwick Winged Fox ex Urray Lady Greta.

Winner's bitch - Bardon's Faded Finery. Reserve to Sing'n Little Girl Blue. Best of Winners - Bardon's Faded Finery

Best of Breed - Bardon's Faded Finery.

Best Opposite - Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Webster's Can. & AM. Ch. Stars and Stripes of Suntan by Ch. Eyleland Double or Nothing ex Silver Song of Suntan.

Best Canadian Bred. Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Ch. Rockabye Folly by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye.

Best Canadian Bred Puppy - Queen's Colt Forty Five.

Exhibitions Only - Bitch - Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Ch. Rockabye Peace Pipe (Imp.) by Tinrib's Tomahawk ex Prudence of Connevan (Imp.)

Brace - Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Webster's Urray Go Lightly and Urray Petrel.

Stud & Get - Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Webster's Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan and Urray Go Lightly and Urray Petrel.

Dam & Progeny - First Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn and Jynkx's Mr. R. Pennypost, Jynkx’s Lucky Penny, Jynkx's Speck of the Devil, Jynkx's Patch of Blue Velvet; Second, Misses Lynne and Gale Woolley's Urray Up Lass and Ch. Chantilly's Journeyman, Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace.


North Shore Kennel Club of B.C.

August 12th, 1967. Chobham, Surrey, England
Judge: Mr. Fred Cross

Junior Puppy Dog, one shown. Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Mr. R. Pennypost by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth x Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn.

Open Dog: five shown. First, Mrs. Gladys Cutter's Hollypark Just Plain George by Ch. Ringmore Finisterre ex Hollypark Humoresque. Second, Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Rockabye Scamp by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye. Third, Miss Susan Wing's Sing'n Sinner Man by Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie. Fourth, Mr. & Mrs. John Rogalsky's Urray Pachysandra by Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Strips of Suntan ex Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve.

Winner's Dog, Hollypark Just Plain George Reserve Dog: Rockabye Scamp

Junior Puppy Bitch, two shown. First, Donald D. McIlvan & Forrest H. Hansen's Jynkx Pennywhistle by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn. Second, Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Lucky Penny By Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Canadian Bred Bitch: one shown. First, Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Speck of the Devil by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Bred by Exhibitor Bitch, one shown. Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch’s Jynkx's Patch of Blue Velvet by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch? Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Open Bitch, eight shown. First, Mrs. Marilyn Barlow's Sing'n Little Girl Blue by Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie. Second, Doris E. & Jesse M.

Ringer's Ringo's Brown Willow by Pennyworth Tumbleweed ex Sea-Wyf of Monty-Jo. Third, Miss Gale Woolley's Urray up Lass by Sonna Black Rocket ex Rockabye Devil Woman of Urray. Fourth, Laverne M. Swingle's Lady Twinkletoes by Ch. Wyldewick Winged Fox ex Urray Lady Greta.

Winner's Bitch: Sing'n Little Girl Blue Reserve Bitch to Ringo's Brown Willow

Best of Winners - Sing'n Little Girl Blue

Specials Only Dog: Can. & Am. Ch. Urray Wild Bill, Ch. Sonna Inkspot, Ch. Chantilly's Journeyman.

Special's only Bitch: Ch. Rockabye Folly, Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace, Ch. Rocka­ bye Precious Bella, Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn, Ch. Wildewick White Witch, Ch. Urray Speed Queen CD, Ch. Rockabye Taemin Candy Floss.

Best of Breed: Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Ch. Rockabye Folly by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye.

Best Opposite: Hollypark's Just Plain George

Best Canadian Bred Whippet: Ch. Rockabye Folly

Best Canadian Bred Puppy: Jynkx Pennywhistle of Dahnwood 4th in Hound Group! . Ch. Rockabye Folly

Best Canadian Bred in Hound Group: Ch. Rockabye Folly Best Canadian Bred Dog in Show: Ch. Rockabye Folly


North Shore Kennel Club of B.C.

August 13th, 1967. Judge: Mr. Gordon M. Parham

Salem , Michigan

Junior Puppy Dog: one shown. Mrs. T. F. F. Newmarch's Jynkx's Mr. R. Pennypost by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Open Male: six shown. First, Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Rockabye Scamp by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye. Second, Mrs. Gladys M. Cutter's Hollypark Just Plain George by Ch. Ringmore Finnistere ex Hollypark Humoresque. Third, Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Webster's Urray Go-Lightly by Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan ex Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve. Fourth, Miss Susan A. Wing's Sing'n Sinner Nan by Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie.

Winner's Dog; Rockabye Scamp

Reserve Dog: Hollypark's Just Plain George

Junior Puppy Bitches: two shown. First, Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Lucky Penny by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn. Second, Donald D. McIlvan & Forrest H. Hansen's Jynkx Pennywhistle of Dahnwood by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Canadian Bred Bitches: one shown. Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Speck of the Devil by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Bred by Exhibitor BitchP one shown. Mrs. T. F. R. Newmarch's Jynkx's Patch of Blue Velvet by Am. & Eng. Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth ex Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn.

Open Bitch: four shown. First, Doris E. & Jesse M. Ringer's Ringo's Brown Willow by Pennyworth Tumbleweed ex Sea-wyf of Monty-Jo. Second, Mrs. Marilyn Barlow's Sing'n Little Girl Blue by Ch. Traymatt Nolasco ex Ch. Rockabye Black Mollie. Third, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Turpin Jr. Urray Petronella by Can. & Am. Ch. Stars & Stripes of Suntan ex Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve. Fourth, Miss Gale Woolley's Urray Up Lass by Sonna Black Rocket ex Rockabye Devil Woman of Urray.

Winner's Bitch; Ringo's Brown Willow

Reserve Bitch; Sing'n Little Girl Blue

Best of Winners; Rockabye Scamp

Specials only Dog: Ch. Sonna Inkspot, Ch. Chantilly's Journeyman

Specials only Bitch; Ch. Rockabye Folly, Ch. Chantilly's Rambling Lace, Ch. Thane Jenny of Rose Dawn, Ch. Wyldewick White Witch, Can. & Am. Ch. Hollypark Baby Doll of Urray, Ch. Taemin Candy Floss.

Best of Breed; Mrs. Pamela Arthur's Ch. Rockabye Folly by Millard's Streak of Sonna ex Sonna Frankie of Rockabye

Best Opposite; Rockabye Scamp.

Best Canadian Bred Whippet; Ch. Rockabye Folly Best Canadian Bred Puppy: Jynkx's Mr. R. Pennypost Second in Hound Group; Ch. Rockabye Folly

Best Canadian in Hound Group: Ch. Rockabye Folly


Ravenna Kennel Club

August 26, 1967 Judge--Mr. Cecil Y. Smith

Open Dogs, three shown. First W. E. and Bonnie Beckwith's Humble Acre Partly Cloudly. (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen-- Ch. Humble Acre Snow Cloud. Second, Eugene L. and Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs' Whipoo's Chance's Are. (By Ch. Great Circle Skibbereen--Whipoo's Chance. Third, Walter W. Schenck's Hasty Jet Stream. (By Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland--Hasty Pearl.

Winner Dogs to W. E. and Bonnie Beckwith's Humble Acre Partly Cloudy. Reserve to James Arthur Evans' Kraal's Dahna. (By Moley of Manscross--Kraal's Ruanda.

Puppy, Bitches, one shown. Susan L. Jervis' Cain Manor Sun Spinner. (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.

Bred by Exhibitor, Bitches, one shown. Lee Ellen Billings' Flyalong Vega. (By

Bright's Fly Along Monarch--Pennyworth Cheers.

American-bred, Bitches, one shown. Walter W. Schenck's Kobold Cinderella. (By Ch. Fisherman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Kobold Formula I.

Open, Bitches, six shown. First, Walter W. Schenck, Hasty Black Pearl.(By Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland--Hasty Pearl. Second, Ronald P. Hamlin and Pennyworth Kennels' Pennyworth Henny Penny. (By Ch. Courtney Flootfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Legend O'Lazeland.) Third, Charles E. Billings' MD, Bettebrook Many Splendored. (By Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Pennyworth Ebony Princess.) Fourth, Pennyworth Kennels' Pennyworth Affectionately. (By Ch. Whipoo's Paint Your Wagon--Ch. Legend O'Lazeland.

Winners Bitches to Hasty Black Pearl. Reserve to Pennyworth Henny Penny. Best of Winners to Hasty Black Pearl.

Specials Only, three shown First, Mrs. Clare C. Hodge's Ch. Greenbrae Barn Dance.

(By Laguna Ligonier--Greenbrae Laguna Lucia, Dog.

Best Whippet to Ch. Greenbrae Barn Dance. Best of Opposite Sex to Sarah Dresser's Ch. Silhouette’s Northern Lights. (By Eyleland Quickstep--Lady Carmel of Keith, Bitch.


Chagrin Valley Kennel Club

August 27, 1967. Judge--Dr. Frank R. Booth

Open, Dogs, six shown. First, Walter W. Schenck's Hasty Jet Stream. (By Ch. Rouget O'Lazeland--Hasty Pearl. Second, William H. Dresser's Bettebrook Benchmark. (By Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Pennyworth Ebony Princess. Third, W. E. and Bonnie Beckwith's Humble Acre Partly Cloudy. Fourth, Robert J. and Helen J. O'Keef’s Silhouette's Blackjack. (By Eylelands Quickstep--Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough.

Winners Dogs to Hasty Jet Stream. Reserve to Bettebrook Benchmark.

Puppy, Bitches, one shown. Susan L. Jervis's Cain Manor Sun Spinner. (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.

American-Bred, Bitches, one shown. Walter W. Schenck's Kobold Cinderella. (By Ch. Fisherman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Kobold Formula I.

Open, Bitches. nine shown. First, Walter W. Schenk's Hasty Black Pearl. Second, Mrs. Clare C. Hodge's Highlight's Cleopatra. (By Ch. Greenbrae Barn Dance--Ch. Selbrook Highlight. Third, Pennyworth Kennels' Pennyworth Affectionately. Fourth, Charles F. Billings' Bettebrook Many Splendored.

Winner Bitches to Hasty Black Pearl. Reserve to Highlight's Cleopatra.

Best of Winners to Hasty Jet Stream.

Special Only, four shown. First, Mrs. Clare C. Hodge's Ch. Greenbrae Barn Dance. (By Laguna Ligonier--Greenbrae Laguna Lucia, Dog.

Best Whippet to Greenbrae Barn Dance. Best of Opposite Sex to Hasty Black Pearl.


Columbia Kennel Club

Columbia , Mo., August 27, 1967, Judge Forest N. Hall

Novice, Bitches, one shown. Donna Bangs' Moley Rat (by Ch. Wings High in the Clouds ex Wings Blaze O'Glory.)

Open bitches, two shown. First, Donna Bangs' Uhuru’s Rolling Stone (by Ch. Wings High in the Clouds ex Wings Blaze O'Glory). Second, Mrs. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance (by Whipoo's Limerick ex Whipoo's Elegant Aire.)

Winners Bitch to Moley Rat. Reserve to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone. Specials, one shown. Ch. Canyon Crest's Snow Boots.

Best of Breed to Mrs. Joan Koebner's Ch. Canyon Crest's Snow Boots.


Mattoon Kennel Club, Mattoon, Ill., Sept. 2, 1967
Judge: Hollis Wilson

Puppy bitches, one shown. Susan Jervis' Cain Manor Sun Spinner (Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia).

American-bred bitches, one shown. Donna Bangs' Moley Rat (Ch. Wings High in the Clouds--Wings Blaze O'Glory.)

Open Bitches, three shown, First to Donna Bangs' Uhuru’s Rolling Stone (Ch. Wings High in the Clouds--Wings Blaze O'Glory.) Second to Mrs. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance (Whipoo's Limerick--Whipoo's Elegant Aire). Third to Nancy Wiggins Madcap Post Time ( Ch. Great Circle Mad Hatter--Great Circle Tosca.)

Winners bitch to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone. Reserve to Whipoo's Chance. Best of Breed to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone.


Sandemac KC, Decatur, Ill., Sept. 3, 1967
Judge: Gordon Parham

Open Dogs, one shown. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jacob's Whipoo's Chance's Are (ch. Great Circle Skibbereen--Whipoo's Chance.)

Puppy, bitches, one shown. Susan Jervis' Cain Manor Sun Spinner (Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.)

American Bred bitches, one shown. Donna Bangs' Moley Rat (ch. Wings High in the Clouds--Wings Blaze O'Glory.)

Open bitches, four shown. First, Donna Bangs' Uhuru’s Rolling Stone. Second, to Nancy Wiggins' Madcap Post Time . Third, Douglas & Mary Beth Arthur’s Marial's Minnetonka (Ch. Marial's War Paint--Marial's Mirandy.) Fourth, Mrs. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance.

Winners bitch to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone. Reserve to Madcap Post Time. Best of Winners to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone.

Best of Breed to Uhuru’s Rolling Stone.


Corn Belt Kennel Club, Sept. 4, 1967
Bloomington, Ill., Judge: Mr. Frank J. Ward.

Puppy, bitches, one shown. Susan L. Jervis' Cain Manor Sun Spinner

American-bred, bitches two shown. First, Donna Bangs' Uhuru's Rolling Stone. Second, Lawrence and Larry Miller's Wings Blaze O'Glory. (By Ch. Briarwyn's Beret-- Ch. Penny Worth April Fool.

Open, bitches, four shown. First, Mrs. P. Lynn Myers' Whipoo's Chance. Second, Donna Bangs' Moley Rat. Third. Nancy Wiggins' Madcap Post Time. Fourth, Douglas and Mary Beth Arthur's Marial's Minnetonka.

Winners, bitches to Whipoo's Chance. Reserve to Moley Rat. Best Whippet to Whipoo's Chance.


St. Louis Dog Breeders' Assoc., St. Louis, Mo. Judge--Mr. Kenneth W. Given

Novice, Dogs , one shown. Louis Pegram's Spill No Whiskey. (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Legend O'Lazeland.

American-bred, Dogs, one shown. Louis Pegram's Meander Floating World.(By Ch. Stoney Meadows Marlboro--Ch. Meander Maybe So.

Open, Dogs, two shown. First, Louis Pegram's Pennyworth Tailor Made (By Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth--Ch. Legend O ' Lazeland. Second, Norman L. Patton's Marco of Nendrum. (By Great Circle Stephen's Day--Great Circle Martha.)

Winners Dogs, to Pennyworth Tailor Made. Reserve to Marco of Nendrum.

Puppy, bitches, two shown. First Jerry B. Edwards' Seyberne's Serenade. (By Ch. Mor-Shor's Whiraway--Pennyworth Betony.) Second, Joseph E. Hamilton's Salem Hill Sabrina. (By Royal Coachman O'Lazeland-- Ch. Pennyworth Polyhymnia.)

Open, bitches, three shown. First, Mrs. P. Lynne Myers' Whipoo's Chance. Second, Donna Bangs' Moley Rat. Third, Donna Bangs Uhuru's Rolling Stone.

Winners Bitches to Whipoo's Chance. Reserve to Seyberne's Serenade.

Best of Winners to Pennyworth Tailor Made. Best Whippet to Pennyworth Tailor Made. Best of Opposite Sex to Whipoo's Chance.


Steel City Kennel Club

September 24, 1967 Judge: Mr. Rutledge Gilliland

Open, dogs, two shown. First Eugene L. & Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs' Whipoo's Chance's Are. Second, Gregg and D. J. Gammie's Stoney Meadows Saratoga.

Winner Dogs to Whipoo's Chance's Are. Reserve to Stoney Meadows Saratoga.

Winners, Bitches to Stanley F. Wilson's Silhouette's Dulcinea. (By Eyleland Quick­step--Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough.

Best of winners to Whipoo's Chance's Are.

Best Whippet to Whipoo's Chance's Are. Best of Opposite Sex to Arlene S. Kuper and Robert J. Scott's Ch. Seven League Sunrise. (By Ch. Seven League Sky Blue Pink--Ch. Seven League Serenissima, Bitch.

Whipoo's Chance's Are went on to place 2nd in the Hound Group.


FROM ENGLAND

Aug. 4th, 1967

A special report by C. E. Francis, 19 Arthur Road, Lower Edmonton, London N9

At last an opportunity to write a few lines to American Whippeteers. I have been very much occupied this year trying to see as much racing in different parts of the country as possible. In addition I have weaned a litter and have my Pearlie Girl in whelp to a Badgewood dog and puppies due on August 16th.

There has been a move made in England to form a British Whippet Racing Club, to which all interested racing clubs are invited to affiliate, this body would stage an all England Championship. To arrive at the runners for the big event, prelimi­ nary events would be held in all areas interested and the top animals in each area would then be eligible to compete in the All England Championships, which it was suggested could be held at a venue midway between north and south about mid August time. Our biggest problem is style of racing (rag or lure) and size and weight.

As representative from the South, I suggested 35 lb. outside limit, and 16 lbs. starting weight. So it was proposed that classes should be run in 16 lbs., 18 lbs., 20 lbs., 24 lbs., 26 lbs., 28 lbs., 30 lbs., and up to 35 lbs. We then had the problem of the clubs who run in height groups, 21 ins. at shoulder was the final decision. Then came the question of rag or lure, it was proposed that when both types of races were in the same race, it was only fair to the lure people, for the rag people to put their dogs in boxes and walk away or have some one else put dog in. The Ragman must be 20 yards behind the winning line before dogs are released to insure a clear run for all concerned. All this is open to discussion and com­ ments, criticism and helpful suggestion has been invited. It is still all in the air and we do hope that something will really come from all the work that has been put in.

My husband and I will be putting on one or two Charity Shows in the next few weeks, so will be busy again. Welwyn (our club) has an away match with the Cour­ sing Club during August at the Roundway Kennels. Next Sunday, Aug. 6th Welwyn is running a knockout match between members. The four finalists will receive 2

Tankards and 2 plaques. The dogs will run from their handicap marks. On Saturday August 5th the coursing club is putting on racing at Reading Horse Show. Later in the month will let you have results of some of our racing. In the meantime best wishes to all American Whippeteers and lots of Sport to all.


To the Members of the American Whippet Club:

Entries at the Mid West Specialty in Chicago and at the Western Specialty at Santa Barbara indicate increased interest in the Whippet. According to long time members of the Club, the seventy-nine entries in the Specialty in Chicago and the fifty-seven entries at the International Kennel Club Show were the greatest ever. The same is evidently true in the entries at the Western Specialty at Santa Barbara.

In assessing the quality of the entries in the shows it can readily be observed that the over-all quality of the Whippet is consistently being improved. The one element which impresses one is the wide diversity of type and size of the Whippet. All of the Whippet people are cognizant of the difference in concept of conformation or type between the English Whippet and the American Whippet. It would be interesting to have some one conduct some research and report in the Whippet News the historical development and standard of the English Whippet and the subsequent development and standard of the American Whippet. The difference in standards probably accounts for much of the variation in the type and size of the Whippet, particularly since a number of English Whippets are constantly imported. As has been suggested previously, it would be good if a universal standard for the English and American Whippets could be developed. In reviewing, however, our own American standard, we find that in comparison to standards for other breeds that ours is rather indefinite, providing for a range of specifications rather than definitively describing or specifying the standard for the Whippet.

As evidenced by the concern expressed in the Whippet News by many breeding and showing Whippet people, there is a need for better definition of the standard Whippet type as well as size. This concern has developed as a result of differences in con­ cept of the Whippets by the all breed judges as well as the so-called breeder judges. Whether for the breeder or for the judge and exhibitor of Whippets there is need for developing a more definitive standard.

In addition to the observations and concerns expressed about Whippet conformation in the Whippet News, suggestions to improve the standard of the breed have been made to officers and members of the Board of Directors by numerous breeders as well as exhibitors of Whippets. It is recognized this is not a simple or easy task. There are many definite opinions on various aspects of the breed. The direction in which to pursue this objective has been discussed from time to time and we have had numerous good suggestions. The Whippet News will be a good media through which the membership can express their individual ideas on how to pursue development of an improved breed standard.

Many of the suggestions that have been made are worthy of consideration by all. To begin with there have been numerous articles written in an attempt to describe various aspects of the Whippet conformation that appeal or do not appeal. More recently there have been good sketches of Whippet types published in the Whippet News.

Recently it was suggested that we obtain photos of Whippets from some of the old English publications as well as more recent publications for the purpose of having critiques by various knowledgeable judges and others published in the Whippet News. A free and open exchange of information, dialogue or discussion of this type is essential to development of a universal concept by all concerned with breeding, exhib­ iting and judging of Whippets.

Due to the inflexibility of the human mind to new concepts we visualize it will take a considerable length of time before anything close to consensus can be achieved.

The need for a more definitive standard and uniform concept of the Whippet is considered of such importance that it should receive the support of all those interested in breeding and exhibiting Whippets. One of the prime objectives and responsibilities of the American Whippet Club is to "generally improve the breed of Whippets"!

Although the need for a project of this type was discussed at the Board of Directors meeting in Chicago, and to some extent informally with knowledgeable Whippet people at the membership meeting, no formal action has been taken at this time. Your interest in having a project of this type as an activity of the Club carried out in conjunction with the Whippet News should be communicated to the Board of Directors or expressed in your contribution to the Whippet News.

Respectfully submitted August 15, 1967.

Victor A. Renner
President
American Whippet Club


This issue of the WHIPPET NEWS is going to 362 people interested in Whippets.

REMEMBER to send in your news and reports, also your pedigrees for new champions, if by your calculations the dog is finished * This is to go along with the news ruling by A.K.C. with regard to the showing of dogs in "Specials" and champions.

DEADLINE for the next issue of the NEWS is November 20. This will be the last issue out before the end of the year, but there will be three more issues in Volume 11.

Send all mail to:

The Whippet News
Mrs. E. L, Jacobs Mahomet, Illinois 61853


WHIPPET STANDARD

Do not forget the breed standard. Have YOU read the standard of the breed this month?

The WHIPPET NEWS regrets that, because of lack of time, we will no longer be able to send the extra sheets of the race meet entry blanks to the various racing enthusiasts throughout the country.


THE WHIPPET NEWS

STATEMENT OF EDITORIAL POLICY

Established by the editor with the concurrence of the Board of Directors of the American Whippet Club.

OBJECTIVES. To unite those people interested in the breeding, showing, racing, coursing and generally improving the breed of Whippet for the purpose of exerting effectually a combined influence upon all matters affecting the breed. To promote and maintain a high standard of conduct in the transaction of all business connected with the breeding of Whippets.

Material for the WHIPPET NEWS is always welcome from all readers and all the news that is received is presented with a minimum of editing, so as to retain the individual style of the writer. Each issue of the WHIPPET NEWS is the result of the material sent in by the readers and reflects the interest of the readers. It is not the policy of the editor to assign, reserve or give space in the WHIPPET NEWS for any article, subject or topic.

The articles or material submitted for publication should pertain to Whippets in general, be constructive and free from personal animosities and grievances. Further, the material and not the contributor is the basis of acceptance, and the editor will decide the suitability of the material submitted.

NOTICE. The opinions expressed in the WHIPPET NEWS are those of the individual writers and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the editor or the American Whippet Club.

The WHIPPET NEWS is the official publication of the American Whippet Club and is available to non-members for a donation of $5 a year. There are six issues of the NEWS a year, February, April, Juno, August, October and December. A. W. C. members are featured in the Kennel Reports section and non-members in the Mail Bag. Ads and photographs are presented in the order in which they are received.

A reminder to all readers to send in your material for the WHIPPET NEWS any time, whenever you have the time to do so. Your contributions will be held for the next available issue.

When submitting material for the NEWS, please typewrite or print plainly, especially proper names. If we cannot read your copy, there may be mistakes in the NEWS.

Back issues of the WHIPPET NEWS are not available.

Send all mail to:

The Whippet News
c/o Mrs. E. L. Jacobs Mahomet, Illinois 61853


AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB
OFFICERS, 1967

Mr. Victor A. Renner - President
R. R. # 2
Marysville, Ohio

Mrs-. Richard Scott - Treasurer
7964 McGroarty
Sunland, California 91040

Mr. Ralph G. Eyles - Vice Pres.
Box 180, Route 2 -
Antioch, Illinois 60002

Mr. Louis Pegram - Secretary
c/o Ralston Purina Company
Checkerboard Square
St, Louis, Missouri 63199

Mr. William Schmick - American Kennel Club Representative
Will - Merry Lane
Greenwich, Connecticut 06833

BOARD OF DIRECTORS , 1967

Mrs. Pearl Baumgartner
Mr. Ralph G. Eyles
Dr. H. W. Heiser Jr.
Mrs. Claire C. Hodge
Mrs. Eugene L. Jacobs
Mr. Louis J. Pegram
Mr. Victor A. Renner
Mr. William M. Schmick
Mrs. Richard Scott


Advertising

WITH COMPLIMENTS

from
Katie and Jean de Knrsak


TIRED OF WRACKING YOUR BRAIN
FOR LITTER NAMES?

Get help from a published poet and Whippet fancier.

Send a copy of the litter pedigree, or The names of the Sire and Dam, or
A theme for the litter names, or Any combination of the above* and Only $5,00 and you'll receive:
12 names for dogs, 12 names for bitches

1 set of names for a brace

All names will be AKC length and incorporate your theme* pedigree and kennel name if desired.
Each set is devised for you personally and not sold again. You may use leftover names as you choose.

PROMPT SERVICE
Lori Spring, 10648 Bloomfield Ave. North Hollywood, California 91608


SEGE KENNELS

R. R. 1, Box 367
Sturtevant, Wisconsin

WHIPPETS AVAILABLE

Trained racing stook, hurdlers, hunters
and puppies.

SELWYN BLACKSTONE


PUPPIES

by Am. Ch. Wingedfoot Domenic

(Am, Nat. Race Ch. 1960, Dutch Nat. Race Ch. 1961)

ex Great Circle Carmen
by Am. Ch. Great Circle The Soot

ex Great Circle Isolde
(winner German International 1961)

Reds, fawns and partis, of a very interesting breeding.
Shipment easily arranged.

The Coole Dungarvan

Co. Waterford, Ireland


LITTER OF 8 WHELPED AUGUST 4, 1967 - SHOW PROSPECTS - $100.00 UP

Males & Females - Many Colors

DONNA BANGS
1110 Friendly Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 63126


WINTERFOLD
WHIPPETS

We are proud to announce another 2 Best in Show wins by Winterfold Whippets in Canada so far this year as well as many groups and puppy awards.

Show quality puppies will be available next spring by the well known Am. & Can. Ch. COVEYDOWN GREENBRAE WAYFARER ( Eng. Ch. Laguna Ligonier - Eng. Ch. Greenbrae Laguna Lucia) who is at stud, fee $100.

Col. & Mrs. John Collings
Winterfold Kennels
Rothesay,
New Brunswick
Canada
Tel: 506, 80-5289


Dear Reader, At the present time we have eight Whippets we would like to place in good homes. All with show potential. You who were at the mid west Specialty may remember three of one litter - 1st Puppy Dogs, 2nd Puppy Bitch & 3rd Open Dog (this dog has been shown 3 times, always as o/d - Reserve, Winners Dog (lpoint) & 3rd at Specialty. There are also 3 nice bitches from the same litter. Whelped 1966 from Eyleland Quick Step & Ch. Pennyworth Nice Enough.

We also have two males whelped 8 - 4 - 1967 from Eyleland Quick Step & Lady Carmel of Keith. This is a repeat breeding. From the past breedings we have been more than happy . The only one of this breeding who went to a show home was quickly finished by Christine Dresser. Unfortunately, in learning something about this business we have in the past sold all of our potential champions.

We guarantee the temperament and health of all the dogs.

Sincerely, Bob & Helen O'Keefe
Silhouette Kennels 3999 Post Rd.
Newport, Mich.
Area Code 313 586-3898


THE WHIPPETS OF COURSE

Females - Black masked fawn & white, fawn brindle.

Males - Solid white, orange brindle, black masked red, fawn & white.

Whelped July 8, 1967

* The first litter sired by "Tiger" produced grade A racer, Urray Glory Be & Urray Go Lightly who won the Hound Group at Portland, his 1st Ch. show.

* * "Ember" has been shown only 5 times in Canada. She earned 3 majors in her first L shows to complete her championship and won Best Canadian Bred in show under Maurice Baker her only time out as Special. Tied for top race bitch 1966

Address inquiries to : Bill & Alice Turpin
26291 - 28th Ave., R. R. 1, Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
Phone: 604 856-6269


FOR SALE
PRIVATE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES
GREYHOUND PRINTS AND FIGURES

ORIGINAL PRINTS SET OF FOUR. BY E.A.S. DOUGLAS. PRINTED IN 1885. FRAMED. SCENES OF COURSING NAMED, SEE HO! SLIPPED, A SHARP TURN, WHITE WINS.

VARIOUS FIGURINES

PRICES AND PICTURES ON REQUEST

ELIZABETH SCOTT

7960 MC GROARTY ST .

SUNLAND , CALIF. 91040 PHONE 213 352-5374

Also for sale: Reg. 3/4 Arab Palomino weanling stud colt. A real beauty.


which means

QUALITY WHIPPETS

1967 Litters:

By Ch. S. M. Bold Venture ex Ch. S. M. Hell's Bells, whelped May 1st

By Ch. Greenbrae Barn Dance ex Ch. Seven League Sernissima, whelped May 15th

By Ch. S. M. Sharp Blade ex Ch. S. M. Fairy Fox, whelped May 16th

By Ch. S. M. Bold Venture ex Ch. S. M. Beauty Queen, whelped July 9th

By Ch. S. M. Sharp Blade ex Ch. S. M. Model, whelped July 16th

VISITORS WELCOME !!!

MR. and MRS. W. P. WEAR
"Enterprise", Cecilton, Maryland 21913
Phone 301--275-6191


LAST LITTER SIRED BY CH. GREAT CIRCLE SKIBBEREEN -- Deceased --
Sire of: Ch. m. Bold Minstrel, Ch. M. Stage Struck, Ch. M. Stand Nast, etc.

* English

George or Jeanne Clemens
10138 Bonny Drive
Cupertino, Calif. 95014
(408) 252-1967


The WHIPPET NEWS acknowledges, with thanks, the yearly donation from the following:

W. J. Borghoff, Cliffside, New Jersey
Frank Carroll, Los Gatos, California
Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Cedar, Merrick, New York
Paul M. Cole, Wilmington, Delaware
Dorothy K. Fenwick, St. Louis, Missouri
Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Hammond, Santa Clara, Calif.
Dr. M. Duane Hedrick, San Jose, California
Janet A. Maxstadt, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mr. & Mrs. Delmer Newcom, Hobart, Indiana
Ann A. Palmer, Fremont, California
Joel Solomon, Glencoe, Illinois
Robert D. Stratmore, Kensington, California
M. G. Teeple, Abilene, Kansas
Mrs. Francis E. Zanardo, Hickory Hills, Illinois
Rte. Felix Fernandez L. Jr., Mexico
Mr. & Mrs. Freeman Perry, New Brunswick, Canada
Victorio Truffi, Sao Paulo, Brazil

The WHIPPET NEWS is available to non-members of the American Whippet Club for a donation of $5 for six issues. Please write if your name should be listed here and has not been listed, or if you should be receiving the NEWS and are not getting your copies.

The Whippet News
c/o Mrs. E. L. Jacobs
Mahomet, Illinois 61853


LAURIE JO REFIEUNA, LA GRANGE, ILL., SPENT THREE MONTHS IN THE NETHERLANDS AS AN AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE STUDENT. SHE LIVED WITH A FAMILY IN ESSEN, GRONINGEN, HOLLAND. ON ARRIVAL IN ROTTERDAM, JULY 1, SHE WAS MET BY HER "FOSTER PARENTS'', MR. & MRS. HEINDRICK BOS WOLF, AND THEIR 16 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER, ANNIMEKE. AFTER BEING SELECTED FOR THE ASSIGNMENT, LAURIE LEFT HOME ON JUNE 20 TO BOARD THE S. S. RYNDAM. AN HONOR ROLL STUDENT AT LYONS TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, SHE WILL ENTER HER SENIOR YEAR IN THE FALL. SHE WAS RECENTLY ELECTED TO THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY.


WHIPOO'S CHANCE

SHOWN WINNING FIRST IN THE HOUND GROUP AT THE TRI - CITY KENNEL CLUB SHOW, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MAY 14, 1967, UNDER EDWIN PICKHARDT, FOR THREE POINTS. OWNED AND HANDLED BY MRS. P. LYNNE MYERS, CHANCE IS SIRED BY WHIPOO'S LIMERICK OUT OF WHIPOO'S ELEGANT AIRE, AND IS THE DAM OF WHIPOO KENNELS' YOUNG DOG, WHIPOO'S CHANCE'S ARE.


HOMEPLACE KENNELS

CH. MADCAP SYNDICATED NEWS
CONGRATULATES HER FIRST CHAMPION DAUGHTER

CH. HOMEPLACE SHANDYGAFF
(SIRED BY HOMEPLACE'S CH. GREAT CIRCLE MAD HATTER)
ON HER WIN OF BEST OF BREED AT VENTURA K. C., JULY 29, 1967,
UNDER MRS. THELMA BROWN IN AN ENTRY OF FORTY-FIVE WHIPPETS.

SHANDY'S SISTERS, HOMEPLACE CALAMITY AND HOMEPLACE CALLIOPE, ARE WITHIN A FEW POINTS OF THEIR TITLES.

SHANDY IS HANDLED BY JAMES MC MANUS AND IS OWNED BY
MRS. ROBERT B. HENDERSON
101 STONEPINE ROAD
HILLSBOROUGH, CALIFORNIA


CH. HOMEPLACE SHANDYGAFF

followed her win at Ventura with Best of Breed at Santa Cruz K. C., August 19, 1967 under judge Hollis Wilson, and at Salinas Valley K. C., August 20, 1967 under judge Robert Moseley.

In her last five shows as a Special this young bitch has been Best of Breed four times, consistently beating both group and best in show winners in top western competition.

James McManus, Handler


HOMEPLACE KENNELS
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES

THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF
HOMEPLACE CALAMITY

CALAMITY FINISHED AT SALINAS VALLEY KC, AUGUST 20, 1967, UNDER JUDGE ROBERT MOSELEY. (AWAITING CONFIRMATION FROM THE A. K. C.) SHE IS THE SECOND CHAMPION IN THE FIRST LITTER OF CH. MADCAP SYNDICATED NEWS AND IS SIRED BY CH. GREAT CIRCLE MAD HATTER.

A THIRD BITCH, HOMEPLACE CALLIOPE, NOW OWNED BY MRS. PAGE, IS WITHIN A FEW POINTS OF HER TITLE.

JAMES MC MANUS, HANDLER
HOME PLACE KENNELS
MRS. ROBERT B. HENDERSON
101 STONEPINE ROAD
HILLSBOROUGH CALIFORNIA


WHIPOO'S CHANCE'S ARE

SHOWN WINNING WINNERS DOG, BEST OF WINNERS AND BEST OPPOSITE SEX AT THE AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB MID WEST SPECIALTY, JULY 2 1 , UNDER MRS. W. P. WEAR, FROM THE BRED BY EXHIBITOR CLASS. BRED AND OWNED BY MR. & MRS. EUGENE L. JACOBS, SIRED BY CH. GREAT CIRCLE SKIBBEREEN OUT OF WHIPPOO'S CHANCE. HANDLED BY EUGENE JACOBS.

"WHIPOO"
MR. & MRS. EUGENE L. JACOBS
MAHOMET, ILLINOIS 61853


HOLLYPARK CHEER FOR ME, SIRED BY CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE OUT OF CH. EYLELAND BROWN BETTY, WHELPED APRIL 29, 1966. WINNERS BITCH AT THE AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB MID WEST SPECIALTY, JULY, 1967, UNDER DORIS WEAR. SHE WAS ALSO RESERVE WINNERS AT THE SANTA BARBARA SPECIALTY. OWNED BY E. R. HASTINGS, HANDLED BY DORTHEA HASTINGS.


CHRISTINE CORMANY WITH STRATHOAK SUNSTAR, WINNERS DOG AT THE AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB WESTERN SPECIALTY AND CARROLL HAYHURST WITH WHIRLAWAYS SKY ROCKET, RESERVE WINNERS DOG UNDER JUDGE MARION WOODCOCK WHO DREW A RECORD ENTRY OF 80, BELIEVED TO BE THE LARGEST SPECIALTY THIS YEAR. BOTH DOGS ARE HOME-BREDS AND CAME FROM THE BRED BY EXHIBITOR AND AMERICAN BRED CLASSES RESPECTIVELY. "SUNSTAR" WAS ALSO WINNER OF THE CH. RINGMORE FINISTERRE CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR WINNERS DOG AND JUST HAPPENS TO BE A SON OF "FINNEY".


HIGHLAND'S HOLLYPARK HOLLY

BEST OF WINNERS - A. W. C. SPECIALTY - SANTA BARBARA K. C.

JULY 30, 1967

THIS ELEGANT BRINDLE BITCH, HANDLED BY BOB HASTINGS, CAME UP FROM THE AMERICAN BRED BITCH CLASS FOR THIS FABULOUS WIN TO TAKE A 5 POINT MAJOR IN OUTSTANDING COMPETITION UNDER BREEDER-JUDGE MRS. MARIAN WOODCOCK. IN ADDITION, HOLLY HAS FOUR POINTS INCLUDING A BEST OF BREED.

HOLLY HAS AS HER HOUSE COMPANIONS CH. HOLLYPARK'S JUST PLAIN GEORGE AND MOPALO'S JELLY BEAN. HOLLY IS TRULY THE "QUEEN BEE" OF HER HOUSEHOLD WITH HER PLAYFUL NATURE, PERCEPTIVENESS AND OUTSTANDING INTELLIGENCE. HER BEAUTIFUL DARK EYES BESPECK HER AFFECTION AND LOYALTY. THIS DOG WAS NEVER LEASH NOR OBEDIENCE TRAINED, YET SHE ACCOMPANIES HER OWNERS WATER SKIING AND IN CROWDED SHOPPING CENTERS OFF LEAD - NEVER MOVING FROM THEIR HEELS NOR STRAYING. SHE GRACIOUSLY ACCEPTS THE ATTENTIONS OF PASSERBYS AS HER JUST DUE AND HAS MADE MANY FRIENDS FOR THE WHIPPET BREED.

OWNER:
"HIGHLAND" NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS
& WHIPPETS

G. CUTTER
25284 SECOND STREET
HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA 94541

DAM: CH. EYLELAND BROWN BETTY
SIRE: CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

BREEDER: DOROTHEA HASTINGS


A WINNING COMBINATION!

"PLAYMATES" CAPTURE TOP HONORS AT THE AWC WESTERN SPECIALTY UNDER JUDGE, MRS. MARION WOODCOCK, JULY 30, 1967, SANTA BARBARA KC .... TOTAL ENTRY 80.

BEST OF BREED .............. CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX ...... CH. STONEY MEADOWS SNOW QUEEN

"GRIDLEY", WINNER OF OVER 50 BOB AND 6 GROUP FIRST AND MANY PLACEMENTS, IS NOW PROVING HIMSELF AS A PRODUCER, A FEW OF HIS WINNING YOUNGSTERS ARE FEATURED AND MANY OTHERS WILL SOON BE REACHING SHOW AGE.

"TISH", ALSO A BREED WINNER, WILL BE LOOKING FORWARD TO MOTHERHOOD IN THE SPRING.

HANDLED BY BOB HASTINGS AND OWNERS

MR. & MRS. H. G. FRAILEY AND MRS. JULIE HOLM

26029 MATFIELD DR. , TORRANCE, CALIF. - 11937 ARLISS DR. , COLTON, CALIF.


HOLLYPARK DUCHESS OF GRIDLEY, SIRED BY CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE OUT OF CH. EYLELAND BROWN BETTY, WHELPED APRIL 29, 1966. BEST OPPOSITE SEX FOR A THREE POINT MAJOR AT THE SANTA ANA SHOW APRIL 30, 1967 UNDER MR. CHARLES KREBS, ENTRY OF 27 WHIPPETS AND FIRST TIME SHOWN IN OPEN. OWNED AND HANDLED BY DOROTHEA C. HASTINGS.


HOLLYPARK'S HELLO DOLLY, SIRED BY CH. HOLLYPARK HOBGOBLIN OUT OF MACKS TIGER LILY. SHOWN TAKING HER SECOND MAJOR WIN UNDER JUDGE HOLLIS WILSON AT SANTA CRUZ KENNEL CLUB SHOW AUG. 19, 1967.

HANDLED BY BOB HASTINGS.

OWNER - CAROL BARRON
1081 OAKTREE DR.
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA


INTRODUCING OUR NEW STAR

(PENDING AKC CONFIRMATION)

SIRE: CH. S. M. BOLD CHANCE DAM: CH. S. M. HELL'S BELLS

"TINA" WON TWO POINTS AT THE TENDER AGE OF SIX MONTHS FIRST TIME SHOWN. UPON ENTERING OPEN COMPETITION, IT DIDN'T TAKE BUT A FEW SHOWS TO MAKE HER A STAR.

6-4-67

BOW

3 POINTS

JUDGE,

EDITH NASH HELLERMAN

PASADENA KC

7-22-67

WB

5 POINTS

JUDGE,

HARRY PETERS

CHICAGO INT'L

7-29-67

BOW

5 POINTS

JUDGE,

THELMA BROWN-

VENTURA KC

HANDLED BY BOB HASTINGS

JOAN FRAILEY AND KATHY JUSTEN

26029 MATFIELD DRIVE , TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA 90250


CHAMPION HOLLYPARKS JUST PLAIN GEORGE
VISITS CANADA

WINNERS DOG FOR 5 POINTS UNDER NOTED JUDGE KAY FINCH
WESTERN GAZEHOUND SPECIALTY VANCOUVER B. C.
AUGUST 1, 1967
WINNERS DOG FOR 5 POINTS TO BOS UNDER BREEDER-ENGLISH JUDGE F. CROSS
NORTH SHORE, K. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C., AUGUST 12. 1967
WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION TO PAT TRIPP WHO SO BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED OUR DOG, AND ALSO THANK THE CANADIAN AND PACIFIC NORTHWEST EXHIBITORS AND BREEDERS FOR THEIR GRACIOUSNESS AND HOSPITAL' - TY

OWNER:
HIGHLAND NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS & WHIPPETS
G/CUTTER
25284 SECOND STREET
HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA 94541

BREEDER: DOROTHEA HASTINGS

SIRE: CH. RINGMORE FINISTERRE

LATE FLASH! "GEORGE" WINS BOB AT THE A. W. C. SUPPORTED SHOW IN RENTON, WASHINGTON ON AUGUST 19, 1967 AND GOES ON TO GROUP II


Champion - 1965

"TONTO"

Companion Dog - 1967

Grade A Race Dog - 1964-1967

 

Champion

Marial's War Paint, C.D.

Owned by Alan G. Strauss
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


WHIPPET
STANDARD OF THE BREED

General Appearance - The Whippet should be a dog of moderate size, very alert, that can cover a maximum of distance with .a minimum of lost motion, a true sporting hound. Should be put down in hard condition but with no suggestion of being muscle-bound.

Head - Long and lean, fairly wide between the ears, scarcely perceptible stop, good length of muzzle which should be powerful without being coarse. Nose entirely black.

Ears - Small, fine in texture, thrown back and folded. Semipricked when at attention Gay ears are incorrect and should be severely penalized.

Eves - Large, intelligent, round in shape and dark hazel in color, must be at least as dark as the coat color. Expression should be keen and alert. Light yellow or oblique eyes should be strictly penalized. A sulky expression and lack of alertness to be considered most undesirable.

Teeth - White, strong and even. Teeth of upper jaw should fit closely over the lower. An undershot mouth shall disqualify.

Neck - Long and muscular, well-arched and with no suggestion of throatiness, widening gradually into the shoulders. Must not have any tendency to a "ewe" neck.

Shoulders - Long, well laid back with long, flat muscles. Loaded shoulders are a very serious fault.

Brisket - Very deep and strong, reaching as nearly as possible to the point of the elbow. Ribs well sprung but with no suggestion of barrel shape. Should fill in the space between the forelegs so that there is no appearance of a hollow between them.

Forelegs - Straight and rather long, held in line with the shoulders and not set under the body so as to make a forechest. Elbows should turn neither in nor out and move freely with the point of the shoulder. Fair amount of bone, which should carry right down to the foot. Pasterns strong.

Feet - Must be well formed with strong, thick pads and well-knuckled-up paws. A thin, flat, open foot is a serious fault.

Hindquarters - Long and powerful, stifles well bent, hocks well let down and close to the ground. Thighs broad and muscular, the muscles should be long and flat. A steep croup is most undesirable.

Back - Strong and powerful, rather long with a good, natural arch over the loin creating a definite tuck-up of the underline but covering a lot of ground.

Tail - Long and tapering, should reach to a hipbone when drawn through between the hind legs. Must not be carried higher than the top of the back when moving.

Coat - Close, smooth and firm in texture. Color - Immaterial.

Size - Ideal height for dogs, 19 to 22 inches; for bitches, 18 to 21 inches. These are not intended to be definite limits, only approximate.

Gait - Low, free moving and smooth, as long as is commensurate with the size of the dog. A short, mincing gait with high knee action should be severely penalized.

Disqualifications - Undershot Mouth.

Approved November 9, 1955


SIGHT HOUND FUN MATCH 12:30 SEPTEMBER 17, 1967

To be held in conjunction with Sight Hound Race Meet at Eyleland Park, Antioch, Illinois on Sept. 16 & 17.

Open to all dogs registered with AKC, or eligable to be registered except Champions of record.

JUDGES:

Mr. Louis Pegram Whippets
Mr. Eugene Jacobs, Saluki, Greyhounds and Irish Wolfhounds
Mrs. Julius Zitko Afghans
Mrs. Fred Cotterill Borzoi 

PUPPY: Divided 3 to 6; 6 to 9; 9 to 12 months. Divided by sex when there are three or more of sex.

Novice Bitch
Novice Dog
Open Bitch
Junior Dog
Junior Showmanship

TROPHIES

Trophies and Ribbons offered in all classes with competition.
Best Whippet - Large picture of Whippet done by Eugene Jacobs offered by Eyleland Kennel

YOUR TROPHY DONATION, EITHER MONEY OR A TROPHY, WILL BE ACCEPTED MOST HAPPILY.

ENTRY

Entry fee is $1.00 for the first dog and 50 cents for each additional dog entered. Entries must be submitted on any AKC form. They may be mailed to Barbara Steinberg, Box 181, Route 2, Antioch, Ill. or they will be accepted at the show until 12:00 Sunday Septermber 17th. Make checks payable to Midwest Coursing Club.

A BUFFER DINNER WILL BE SERVED BY THE CLUB MEMBERS AT ABOUT 5:00 ON SATURDAY, AFTER THE SECOND   RACE SESSION. ONE DOLLAR PER PERSON, INCLUDING CHILDREN.

BE SURE TO PLAN ON COMING TO THIS RACE MEET AND FUN MATCH.


** WHIPPET RACING ENTERTAINMENT **
(Rain or Shine)

Marysville Fairgrounds Race Track

Marysville , Ohio

Saturday and Sunday, October 28 and 29, 1967

(Races - October 28 - 1:30 & 3:00 p.m--October 29 - 11:00 a.m. & 12 noon)
Special Distance Races - Saturday 4:00 p.m.

INFORMATION ON ENTERING YOUR WHIPPET FOR RACING

1. Give full information when filling out your entry form.

2. Entry fee for each Whippet is $2.00 per Whippet for the Puppy and Adult Divisions ($1.00 for trophies, ribbons, etc. and $1.00 to Equipment Replacement Fund.)

3. Only Whippets running in the above races will be eligible for the special dis­ tance races to be held on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. No entry fee for special races.

4. No post entries...Draw for post positions Saturday morning, October 28, 1967. Racing Secretary to place Whippets in various grades in first heat. Owners need not be present -- Do not enter fighters.

RACING DIVISIONS

1. PUPPY DIVISION. —Whippet Puppies under 12 months of age as of October 28, 1967. Distance-150 yards. Four Heats - $2.00 Entry Fee (trophies• ribbons).

2. ADULT DIVISION.. .Any Adult Whippet in good standing under National Racing Rules. Four heats, National Grading System with Racing Secretary plac­ ing Whippets in grades for first heat. Fee $2.00 (trophies- ribbons)

3. SPECIAL RACES .... The last race program on Saturday will be made up of special type races - No entry fee - Whippets must have raced 2 heats in either 1 or 2. (trophies-ribbons)

RACING ENTRY FORM

Marysville Whippet Racing Meeting, Marysville, Ohio, Racing Entry Fee $2.00 per Whippet. October 28 - 29, 1967

Send entries to Mr. Louis Pegram, Racing Secretary, Ralston Purina Company, Checkerboard Square , St. Louis, Missouri ...OWNERS AGREE TO ABIDE BY RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR NATIONAL WHIPPET RACING. All Whippets must be registered or eligible for registration with the American Kennel Club.

NAME OF WHIPPET RACE DIVISION OR DIVISIONS

Address State

Number who plan to attend the A. W. C. Buffet Supper Saturday night.

Name:

City :


 

WHIPPET RACING EXHIBITION

ANTELOPE VALLEY KENNEL CLUB SHOW
Lancaster , Calif.

SUNDAY - DECEMBER 10, 1967

RACES CONDUCTED UNDER THE OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR NATIONAL WHIPPET RACING BY THE AMERICAN WHIPPET CLUB ................. NATIONAL POINT RACES .......... AWARD OF
MERIT.

INFORMATION ON ENTERING YOUR WHIPPETS FOR RACING:

1. All Whippets must be registered or eligible for registration with A. K. C.

2. ADULT DIVISION: Approved or graded Whippets of any age - 4 race programs. 150 to 175 yards in length (exact distance to be measured day of races).

3. PUPPY DIVISION: For puppies who have not reach the age of 1 year by December 10, 1967. Puppies will race the same distance.

4. ALL PAID ENTRIES MUST BE IN HANDS OF CHRISTINE CORMANY, RACING SECRETARY, NOT LATER THAN MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1967. THEPE WILL BE NO ENTRIES TAKEN AT THE RACES.

TROPHIES: There will be the usual lovely array of trophies and ribbons. TROPHIES FOR HIGH SCORE WHIPPET, HIGH SCORE OPPOSITE SEX, HIGH SCORE PUPPY AND HIGH SCORE OPPOSITE SEX PUPPY. There will also be the usual donated trophies.

Drawing for post position on Sunday, December 10th one hour prior to starting time of 1:00 P.M.

ENTRY FEE: $2.00 per dog unless entered in the show. There is no entry fee for racing if dog is entered in the show.

RACING ENTRY FORM

MAIL TO: Mrs. Christine Cormany, 24819 Eshelman, Lomita, Calif. 90717 ENTRIES CLOSE DECEMBER 4TH, 1967

NAME OF WHIPPET RACE DIVISION AGE GRADE AKC NO.

I have read the official rules for Whippet racing as set forth by the American Whippet Club, and I agree to abide by them in the air of good sportsmanship.

OWNER Address

NOTE. If puppy give actual date of birth._____________________________________________________


BARDON KENNEL REPORTS Raymond , California Barbara and Don Frames

Whither the Whippet Club?

Or

Where Have All the Breeders Gone?

We feel a situation exists today in the American Whippet Club about which a few people speak in private but no one mentions in public. In public, with a few excep tions, the directors and members of the AWC resemble nothing so much as 90 or 100 ostriches with their heads stuck in the sand. Either the current situation has been overlooked by many or they refuse to recognize its existence. In either case, it is a problem that should be recognized and every effort made to turn the tide in the other direction if, indeed, it is not already too late. The condition we are referring to is the present and past exodus of breeders and the lack of those to take their place.

A breed club, particularly a national or parent organization should be primarily for people seriously interested in a breed who, if they decide to breed, intend to be serious breeders. The AKC, after all, was created for the advancement and improvement of the pure bred dog. By its very nature, the term "pure bred" implies pedigree and how can intelligent pedigrees be created without breeders to study and treat them?

To obtain one's first dog, participate in available activities, and join available breed clubs indicates an initial interest in a chosen breed, Whippets in this particular case. But how many people take the next step and make an effort to l -e-a-r-n something about the background of their dog, why it should look thus or so, and where this or that fault could have come from - all this in an effort to breed a better speciman than they started with? We do not wish to belabor a point but the member Clubs which comprise the AKC are supposedly created for the improvement and advancement - i.e. movement forward - of the various breeds NOT merely for their proliferation. This advancement is impossible without the creation of new and in terested breeders to take the place of and continue the aims and ideals of those who have gone before. Given these prerequisites and the ability to face up to the at tendant difficulties in the creation and disposal of successive generations of whip pets, new recruits to the breed will survive and become breeders and a credit to their chosen breed.

With this in mind, we have serious doubts that there is any merit to the recent suggestion that whippets who possess no visible qualifications for show, breeding, or racing be sold as pets. The pet market for whippets is practically nonexistant as compared to the total number of whippets produced. Is it going to promote and encourage the breed to endeavor to create a market for whippets who have no qualifications other than a sunny disposition? Any mongrel can have a charming personality. Are we not defeating our own ends by trying to bring about a situation of this sort? People like to be proud of their pets and pride in a given speciman is a primary reason for purchasing a purebred. Is it wise or even honest to merchandise a speci man that is not representative?

It is all well and good to engage in "promotion' of the whippet, as recent articles have suggested, and certainly there is no one who does not wish that there would be a dependable market for high quality pets. Promotion of a breed of dog, however, is not the same as promotion of merchandise or some inanimate product. The advancement of a breed lies in the wisdom of the breeder, both experienced and be ginning, and the selection of the dog. It does not lie in placing the maximum number of dogs in the hands of the maximum number of people. Quantity and quality have never been synonymous and never will be. This does not mean that they cannot exist together but more often an increase in quantity is characterized by a corres ponding decrease in quality. There are more whippets owned by more people being shown today than ever before in the history of the breed, But has this brought about a corresponding increase in championships and Group and BIS placements by a proportionately greater number of dogs? We believe it has not. Neither has the in creased number of racing dogs brought about an increase in the number of racing bench champions. There have always been individuals who have compiled glorious rec ords but this has little or nothing to do with the proportionate achievement within a breed.

It is an unfortunate but evident fact of life to anyone who will take note that the short-coated sight hounds are not popular with the general public, never have been and probably never will be. For all the exposure, promotion, and publicity racing greyhounds receive how many does one see as show dogs and/or treasured com panions? They are put down by the tens of thousands every year. Lest someone decry the size of the greyhound as being a deterrent, one has only to look at the example of The Great Dane whose fantastic size appears to be no obstacle, whatever, to its career as show dog or pet.

Would it not he advisable for the American Whippet Club to make every effort to promote the development of persons who would be breeders and a credit to their breed rather than the mere indiscriminate encouragement of those who breed to a dog because a) it is a pretty color b) it has a winning show or race record c) it is faster than their dog d) it is close at hand e) it is free. A breed cannot be created, prosper, or improve on its pet owners alone no matter how charming, well intentioned, or numerous they may be. This does not mean to imply that dogs belong ing to breeders are not thought of as pets. On the contrary, the owners of two of the largest and oldest kennels in the country are noted for the number of dogs they keep in the house as pets. Being a breeder in no way lessens one's devotion or attachment to one's dogs. But being a pet owner who has had or is thinking about 'having some puppies' does not automatically transform him or her into a breeder. Becoming a breeder is usually a long, laborious, often painful process. Moreover, there are those who work diligently at breeding and never succeed. At least they do work and try, however, and that is more than the majority of whippet owners today can claim. If pet owners would not wish to breed their pets or race dogs or what ever, there would be no such problem but they do - and, thereby, they unwittingly compound an already existent problem by disposing of the pups as best they can to others like themselves who will go and do likewise. Without some knowledge of ped igree and family background, one might as well be playing pin the tail on the donkey. This may not be an easy task to accomplish, but how many people even TRY to go be yond the name of their own dog or possibly its sire and dam?

It is doubly difficult to accumulate knowledge under present conditions, with so few older breeders left in the AWC. Surely it does not augur well for the future of a breed or a Club where a situation of this nature exists. We have no solution to the problem but certainly it behooves the powers that be in the only national breed club we have to give some thought to encouraging or creating people with enough interest in their chosen breed to endeavor to learn. There is no substitute for knowledge and experience and knowledge is developed through study and learning. With this in mind, would it not be beneficial to reprint articles, pictures, etc., from scrapbooks of bygone years, thoughts and comments of the founders of the breed, more articles from books, etc? Too many of the senior members of our breed (senior in the field of experience) have died or become disenchanted and dropped out of the AWC (possibly there is a solution to this, also) but it is they who have the knowl edge of the past that will provide the key to the future. Without this knowledge, there will BE no future for the breed.


ROLLING KENNELS REPORT
Chevy Chase, Maryland
D. Jay Hyman

The Upper Marlboro Kennel Club Show was held in Upper Marlboro, Maryland on Sunday, June 11, 1967. Mr. Vincent Perry was judging.

American Bred Bitch: Rolling's Lithe Miranda owned by D. Jay Hyman.

Open Bitches:

1. Laguna Light Lanita, owned by D. Jay Hyman, won Reserve Bitch.

2.Rolling's Lithe Tempest, owned by D. Jay Hyman, won Winners Bitch, BOW and BOS.

3. Roanbar Starlet, owned by Wilwyn Kennels and handled by Lorraine L. Donahue.

Specials. Dogs: Ch. Highlight's Lucky Boy, owned by D. Jay Hyman, won BOB.


Southern California Whippet Association
Dolores Stewart, Secretary Reports

In the last published Whippet News there is an error in the publication of the Southern California Whippet Association, Annual Spring Sight Hound Fun Match, held on March 19, 1967, Pasadena, California.

I made a transposition of Best of Breed under 12 months and Best Opposite Sex under 12 months in the article I mailed to you for publication.

In your next issue would you please correct my error to read as follows:

BEST OF BREED UNDER 12 MONTHS - Wayne Bare's Strathoak Justakiss

BEST OPPOSITE SEX UNDER 12 MONTHS - Carroll and Ruby Hayhurst's Whirlaway's Sky Rocket

I'm truly sorry for the inconvenience this may cause you and next time I will be more careful.


Western Gazehound Club

Bill Turpin, Jr., Race Chairman

On. Saturday, April 1st, 1966, the Western Gazehound Club put on an exhibition of Whippet racing at the Southlands Riding and Polo Club grounds in Vancouver, B.C. The racing was part of a dog match designed to raise money for a local radio sta­ tion's orphans' fund.

12 dogs participated in the racing with all races being scored 5 pts. - First, 3 pts. - second, 2 pts. - third.

Southlands kindly donated a perpetual trophy for high score whippet as the show and racing are to make up an annual event hereafter. In addition, Rosettes were awarded to the three high point dogs and ribbons were awarded to the first three finishers in each of the final heats. Results of each heat were as follows:

First Program

Heat One - 1st - Free and Easy, 2nd - Clansman, 3rd - Lady
Two - 1st - Chief, 2nd - Lightning, 3rd - Billy
Three - 1st - Snow Patch, 2nd - Note, 3rd - Opie Four - 1st - Ember, 2nd - Go Go, 3rd - Queenie

Second Program

Heat One - 1st - Lightning, 2nd - Go Go, 3rd - Clansman, 4th - Note(*)

Two - 1st - Opie, 2nd- Lady, 3rd - Billy, 4th - Queenie

Three - 1st - Ember, 2nd- Free and Easy, 3rd - Snow Patch, 4th - Chief

Third Program

Heat One - 1st - Note, 2nd - Billy, 3rd - Queenie

Two - 1st - Chief, 2nd - Go Go, 3rd - Clansman, 4th - Lady

Three - 1st - Ember, 2nd - Free and Easy, 3rd - Opie, 4th - Snowpatch, 5th - Lightning (*)

 

(*) Box Trouble (one starting gate jammed as the boxes hadn't been used since last summer).

FINAL STANDINGS

Dog - ...........................................................................Owner -..................................................Points

1. Can. Ch. Rockabye Ember of Course ...............Turpin, Jr. ...................................................15
2. Rambling Free and Easy.................................... Markert .......................................................11
3. Urray Chieftain ....................................................Turpin, Sr. ...................................................10
4. Urray Go-Go-Go................................................... Fraser........................................................... 9

4. Can. Ch. Bay-Star Open Road ............................Turpin, Jr. .....................................................9

6. Sonna Sing'n Black Note ....................................Judge............................................................ 8

6. White Lightning of Stargazer .............................Regalsky....................................................... 8

8. Wildewhyck Snowpatch ......................................Miller............................................................. 7

8. Can. Ch. Urray Clansman C.D. ............................Garr............................................................... 7

8. Can. Am. Ch. Urray Wild Bill C.D......................... Webster ........................................................7

11. Shady Lady ..........................................................Macdonald................................................... 5
12. Can. Ch. Urray Speed Queen C.D. ....................Whitton ........................................................4

 

N.C.W.F.A.

National Point Races, San Francisco, Calif.

June 18, 1967

Dog ..........................................................................Owner...................................... Points

1. Ringo's Ringo ...................................................Trounce........................................ 29
2. Bardon Sara Lawerence ..................................Trounce .......................................23
3. Ch. Piperkin's Rambler..................................... Frames ........................................16 Tie
4. Urray Glory Be ................................................North-Scott ....................................16 Tie
5. Ch. Sing'n Little Blue Girl .............................Barlow-Wing ...................................15
6. Winner Poor's Goodbye................................. Hammond ......................................15
7. Madcap Trail Guide .........................................Lundgren ......................................14
8. Syndicated Highland Hunter........................... Gustfson ......................................12
9.  

Rockabye Checker's

Coontz

10

10. 

Nira's Scotch Mist

Carroll

9

11. 

Ch. Bardow Summer Strom

Troonee & Frames'

9

12. 

Roving Rasscallion

Underwood

9

13. 

Piperkin's Rusher

North

8

14. 

Epinard's Miss Gaberille

Olofson

8

15.  

Northern Rebel

Proctor

8

16. 

Wheel n' Deal Trey

Coontz

7

17. 

Dahnhhar Bruta's

Hedrick

6

18. 

Zeke

Thompson

5

19. 

Hollypark Highland Frost

Bare

5

20. 

Capo D'Monte's Hyacinth

Troonce

5

21. 

Countess of Coventry

Barlow-Wing

2

22. 

Hiedi Von Rozzel

Hedrick

2

23.

Dahnkhar Mare

Hedrick

2

 

 

PUPPIES

 

Dog

 

Owner

Points

1. 

Pine Top's Opening-Knight

Hammond & Ellis

29

2. 

Ringo's Drango

Troonce

18

3.

English Lavender of Romay

Bare

6

4.

Star Fleet of Romay

Bare

5

TROPHY WINNERS

Top Ten Whippets

1. Ringo's Ringo; 2. Bardow Sara Lawerence; 3. Ch. Piperkin's Rambler; 4. Urray Glory Be; 5. Ch. Sing'n Little Blue Girl; 6. Winner Poon's Goodbye; 7. Madcap Trail Guide, 8. S. Highland Hunter; 9. Rockabye Checker's; 10. Nira's Scotch Mist.

1. High Score Whippet - Ringo's Ringo. 2. High Score B.O.S. - Ch. Sing'n Little Blue Girl. 3. High Score Champion - Ch. Piperkin's Rambler. 4. High Score 1st time entered in a national - Madcap Trail Guide 5. High Score C - Northern Rebel. 6. High Score B.O.S.0 - Capo D'Monte's Hyhcinth. 7. High Score D - Winner Poon's Goodbye. 8. High Score B.O.S. D - Epinard's Miss Gaberille. 9. High Score Puppy - Pine Top's Opening Knight. 10. High Score Puppy B.O.S. English Lavender of Romay.

Note no High Score B Trophy Awarded - only 1 B Dog entered.

PROGRAM I

Puppies Race - 1

First, Topper, 2nd Drango, 3rd Star, 4-Lavender

Adult's Race - 2

First, Frost, 2nd Gabby, 3rd Coontess, 4th Zeke

Race - 3

First, Trail Guide, 2nd Looie, 3rd Rover, 4th Mare

Race - 4

First, Rebel, 2nd Trey, 3rd Rusher, 4th Hyacinth, 5th, Brutas's, 6 Hiedi

( High Score) Races - 5

First, Ringo, 2nd Blue Girl, 3rd Checker's, 4th Stromy

(High Score) Race - 6

First, Sara-L, 2nd Rambler, 3. S. Mist, 4th Hunter, 5th Glory Be.

PROGRAM - II

Puppies' Race - 1

First, Topper, 2nd Drango, 3rd, Star, 4th Lavender.

Adult's Race - 2

First, Hyacinth,2nd Brutas's, 3rd Seke, 4th Heidi, 5th Mare.

Race - 3

First, Louie, 2nd Rusher, 3rd Rover, 4th Gabby, 5th Trey, 6 Countess

Race - 4

First Glory Be, 2nd Trail Guide, 3rd Hunter, 4th Rebel, 5th Frost, 6th Stromy

(High Score) Race - 5

First Ringo, 2nd Sara L, 3rd Rambler, 4th S. Mist, 5th Blue Girl, 6th Checker's

PROGRAM - III

Puppie's Race - 1

First, Topper, 2nd Drango, 3rd Lavender, 4th Star

Adult's $ace - 2

First, Gabby, 2nd Zeke, 3rd Heidi, 4th Mare

Race - 3

First, Stromy, 2nd Rusher, 3rd Trey, 4th Brutu's 5th Rover, 6th Hyacinth

Race - 4

First Blue Girl, 2nd Hunter, 3rd S. Mist, 4th Checker's, 5th Rebel, 6th Frost

(High Score) Race - 5

First, Ringo, 2nd Sara-L, 3rd Rambler, 4th Trail Guide, 5th Glory Be, 6th Lovie

* Countess of Coventry (scratched)

PROGRAM IV

Puppie's Race - 1

First Topper, 2nd Drango, 3rd Lavender, 4th Star

Adult's Race - 2

First Rover, 2nd Brutu's, 3rd Mare, 4th Heidi

Race - 3

First Checker's, 2nd Rebel, 3rd Trey, 4th Hyacinth, 5th Zeke, 6th Frost

Race - 4

First Lovie, 2nd Hunter, 3rd S. Mist, 4th Stromy, 5th Rusher, 6th Gabby

(High Score) Race - 5

First Ringo, 2nd Sara L, 3rd Glory Be, 4th Blue Girl, 5th Rambler, 6th Trail Guide.

Run off for 10th high score Whippet 1st Nira's Scotch Mist; 2nd Ch. Bardow Summer-Strom; 3rd Roving Rasscallion


HASTY ROYAL RED AND TITAN HOBO ALL EVEN AT
CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS RACES

by Louis Pegram

Under almost perfect weather racing conditions, many of the top Midwest racing Whippets met in competition over the rolling grassy course at the fair grounds. Competition was very keen as the points accumulated by each racer clearly indicates. The results of each race more clearly shows the type of competition each racer faced in each of the four complete race programs.

Here is a typical case of quality racers going through four race programs and no one dog was superior in accumulating enough points to be a clean cut winner. In some cases tie-point races are run off strictly for the purpose of deciding trophy winners. It was clearly understood that match races between tie-score dogs have no bearing on the final point standing.

Dogs must accumulate points in racing competition within the given specified series of races offered under the terms for Racing Rules and Regulations for National Whippet Racing. Where only one trophy is available, this can be decided by flip of the coin, run off or a gentlemen's agreement of the owners involved in the tie. A Whippet must prove his superiority, however, in the advertised series without addition of special match races between two or more individuals.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs, who were the originators of this weekend of Whippet activities at Champaign, Illinois, again did everything possible to make all events run smoothly. Mr. "Hap!! Hopkins did an outstanding

job of operating the starting box. Mr. Selwyn Blackstone had the battery controlled lure working in fine order over the rather rough racing course. Helping with the grading system were Mrs. Charlotte Fischer, Mrs. Eugene Jacobs and Mr. Selwyn Blackstone. Paddock duties were capably handled by Mrs. William Backman Sr. Many of the Whippet owners and their friends assisted as Placing and Foul Judges.

RESULTS BY POINTS AND RACES

Adult Races - 4 complete race programs - 35 starters - 200 yards distance on rolling turf - Flip up one piece starting door - six sections to the starting box.

WHIPPET

OWNER

POINTS

GRADE

* 1-Hasty Royal Red

Backman

25

A

* 2-Titan Hobo

Raczak

25

A

* 3-Heather Blue

Purvis

19

A

* 4-Caesar

Varga

19

A

* 5-Mickey King

Varga

14

A

* 6-Eyleland Deer

Csonki

14

A-B

7-Handsome Ransom

Eyles

13

A-B

8-Hurry Up Harry

Eyles

12

A-B

9-Whipoo’s Whimson

Hopkins

11

B

10-Tailor Made - Scr. 3

Pegram

10

-

11-Ch. Eyleland Cinnamon Roll

Eyles

10

B

12-J. Arthur Fitzgerald

Doody

10

B

13-Eyleland Hopscotch

Eyles

10

B

14-Sir Winston

Whitworth

10

B-C

15-S. M. Caruso

Pegram

9

B-C

16-Spill No Whiskey

Pegram

9

B-C

17-Sege Butch

Stodolny

9

C

18 Whistle Dixie

Blackstone

8

C

19-Gypsy Box Buster

Swistak

8

C

20-Ch. Renfield Blanc Et Rouge

Backman

8

C

21-Moley Rat

Bangs

8

C

22-Moc's Sam, Jr.

Morgan

7

C

23-Eyleland Shadow Boxer

Eyles

7

C

24-Traymatt Chrysogonus

Steinberg

6

C

25-Rina of Solar Lane

Conrad

6

C-D

26-Pagebrook Lady

Swistak

6

C-D

27-Mercury

Lizer

6

C-D

28-Uhuru's Rolling Stone

Bangs

5

C-D

29-Whipoo's Past and Present

Jacobs

5

C-D

30-Eyleland Cindy

Eyles

5

C-D

31-Bad Boy Black Shadow

Refieuna (Scr. 3)

5

-

32-Sege Susy

Stodolny

0

D

33-Toga Gamma

 

0

D

34-Olympia

Reimer

0

D

35-Traymatt Buckeroo

Swistak (Scr. 2)

 

-

* Numbers 1 and 2 tied for high point score with 25 points each. Number 3 and 4 tied for third and fourth scores with 19 points each. Numbers 4 and 5 tied with 14 points each. Mickey King ran in higher point races than did Eyleland Deer, thus the A rating.

HASTY ROYAL RED and TITAN HOBO both love the turf. They are about equally matched in speed. It was just a question of which Whippet received the most running room in his winning efforts. Both are tall graceful rangy American- type Whippets with very long strides that fit turf racing. The smaller HEATHER BLUE proved slightly superior in speed to her larger opponent CAESAR. These two ran off the tie score for a third placement trophy. This in no way changed the point standing.

PENNYWORTH TAILOR MADE by Ch. Courtney Fleetfoot of Pennyworth - Legend O'Lazeland had a big weekend on the track and in the show ring. TAILOR won his first two races, then was scratched for the show ring. He had a "Winners Dogs" at Champaign and a "Best of Breed" at Kankakee, Illinois, the following day. He has two full brothers a year younger in SIR WINSTON and SPILL NO WHISKEY. These were 1st and 2nd High Point Puppy racers at St. Louis in May. At Champaign only two days over a year of age, each won his first race as an adult.

First Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-Whiskey, 2-Rina, 3-Boxer, Buckeroo, Rat

2nd race - 1-Winston, 2-Buster, 3-Mercury, Susy, Chance

3rd race - 1-Fitz, 2-Lady, Cindy, Toga, Olympia

4th race - 1-Stone, 2-P. P., 3-Butch

5th race - 1-Caruso, 2-Whimson, 3-Hopscotch, Dixie, Harry

6th race - 1-Tailor, 2-Deer, 3-Chrys., Blanc, Roll

7th race ( High Point) 1-Red, 2-Blue, 3-Caesar, 4-Sam

8th race ( High Point) 1-Hobo, 2-King, 3-Shadow, 4-Ransom

Second Adult Race Program (all races 5-3-2)

1st race -1-Chance, 2-Rat

2nd race - 1-Harry, 2-Whistle Dixie, Toga, Olympia, Susy

3rd race - 1-Roll, 2-Blanc, 3-Butch, Cindy, Mercury, Boxer

4th race - 1-Hopscotch, 2-Buster, 3-Chrys., P.P, Lady, Rina

5th race - 1-Ransom, 2-Deer, 3-Whiskey, Winston, Whimson, Sam

6th race - 1-Tailor, 2-Caesar, 3-Caruso, Shadow, Stone, Fitz

7th race - 1-Hobo (D.H.), 1-Red (D.H.), 3-Blue, King

Third Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-Boxer, 2-Cindy, Mercury, Susy

2nd race - 1-Dixie, 2-Rina, 3-Blanc, P.P, Lady, Rat

3rd race - 1-Whimson, 2-Sam, 3-Chrys., Butch

4th race - 1-Fitz, 2-Roll, 3-Harry, Stone, Winston

5th race - 1-King, 2-Deer, 3-Caruso, Whiskey, Hopscotch, Buster

6th race ( High Point) 1-Hobo, 2-Caesar, 3-Blue, 4-Red, 5-Ransom

Fourth Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-Rat, 2-Mercury, Susy

2nd race - 1-Butch, 2-Lady, 3-P. P, Cindy

3rd race - 1-Winston, 2-Buster, 3-Blanc, Chrys., Rina, Stone

4th race - 1-Harry, 2-Hopscotch, 3-Whiskey, Sam, Boxer

5th race - 1-Deer, 2-Whimson, 3-Roll, Fitz, Caruso, Dixie

6th race ( High Point) 1-Red, 2-Blue, 3-Caesar, 4-Hobo, 5-King, 6-Ransom

AWARD OF RACING MERIT POINTS

* HASTY ROYAL RED, owned by Mr. and Mrs. William Backman Sr., won 3 points towards his "Award of Racing Merit Certificate."

* TITAN HOBO, owned by Mr. Raczak, won 3 points towards his "Award of Racing Merit Certificate."

*HASTY ROYAL RED and TITAN HOBO tied for High Point racing honors. Four points go to the High Point Racer and two points to the Second High Point Racer when from 30 to 39 Whippets start in the First Race Program under Rules and Regulations for National Whippet Racing. Points for the first and second placements are combined and split on an equal basis. HASTY ROYAL RED and TITAN HOBO receive three "Award of Racing Merit Points" each.

Puppy Races - 4 complete race programs - 10 starters - 150 yards on rolling turf.

WHIPPET

OWNER

POINTS

1-Floating World

Pegram

29

2-Final Word

Pegram

18

3-Whipoo's Whimsical

Bash and Butz

11

4-Whipoo's Chances Are

Jacobs

10

5-Happy Go Lucky

Tully

8

6-Whipoo's Copper Spots

Jacobs

8

7-Tony

Miller

5

8-Sege Sonny Boy

Blackstone

5

9-Sege Mo Going Boy

Blackstone-Morgan

14

10-Tujay's Tarsan

Fischer

0

FLOATING WORTD and FINAL WORD (August 13, 1966 pups) seemed too strong and fast for the other puppy racers. These brothers by CH. S.M. MARLBORO out of CH. MEANDER MAYBE SO will still be eligible for puppy races at Chicago and Santa Barbara. WHIPOO'S WHIMSICAL has size and improved with each start. HAPPY GO LUCKY turned in a good effort. WHIPOO'S COPPER SPOTS was not at her best on the grass. All puppy racers showed well above average.

First Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-Spots, 2-Whimsical, 3-Tony, Tarsan, Going

2nd race - 1-World, 2-Final, 3-Lucky, C. Are, S. Boy

Second Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-C. Are, 2-Lucky, 3-S. Boy, Tony, Tarsan, Going

2nd race ( High Point) 1-World, 2-Final, 3-Spots, Whimsical

Third Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-Whimsical, 2-Tony, 3-Going, S. Boy, Tarsan

2nd race ( High Point) 1-World, 2-Final, 3-Lucky, Spots, C. Are

Fourth Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-C. Are, 2-S. Boy, 3-Going, Tony

2nd race ( High Point) 1-World, 2-Final, 3-Whimsical, Lucky, Spots


INTERNATIONAL KENNEL CLUB SHOW - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DRAWS AMERICA'S TOP RACING WHIPPETS

by Louis Pegram

July 22 and 23, 1967, will long be remembered by Whippet race fans as days where most of America's top racers met to defend their racing laurels.

All of the top Midwest Whippets were present, except HASTY ROYAL RED and HEATHER BLUE. Their owners found it impossible to make the trip at this time. Plus the strong Midwest contingent, top racers from the East and West Coasts were also on hand to defend their racing honors.

There has never bee n a Whippet race program where competition was keener. The very top racers took turns beating each other through the entire series of four race programs. If a top racer received any breaks during the running of a race, he ended up the victor. There was no real superiority between the four top point racers. Going into the final High Point Race, EYLELAND HOMER, CAESAR and BARDON SARA LAWRENCE were tied with 16 points each. RENFIELD BIMMI and SPRING INTRIGUE had 15 and 14 points respectively. The final High Point Race was cleanly run. At the finish, SPRING INTRIGUE had a daylight advantage over SARA LAWRENCE, with EYLELAND HOMER closing

with great speed. The total points of each race Whippet, plus their individual performance, will give you a clearer picture of this fine race meeting.

There were many permanent and rotating trophies offered in the various race categories. BARDON SARA LAWRENCE received the lion's share of the trophies as he defeated SPRING INTRIGUE in a run-off immediately after the the official race program. The American Whippet Club, for the first time, offered race trophies as covered in the 1967 Budget. SARA LAWRENCE received High Point American Whippet Club trophy. CH. EYLELAND CINNAMON ROLL received AWC High Point Trophy for a Whippet who had finished his Championship on the bench and RENFIELD received her AWC trophy for High Point Racer (Opposite Sex).

Cooperation among Whippet owners was outstanding. Doing a fine job with the battery operated lure was Mr. Selwyn Blackstone. Starters were Mr. Norman Leight and Mr. Robert Mohrman. Paddock Judge was Mrs. Victor Renner and Placing and Foul Judges were Mr. Brad Newcombe, Dr. Corbin, Mr. William Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Gary O. Morgan. Many other Whippet owners shared in judging duties during the two-day period. Helping with the grading system were Mrs. Charlotte Fischer, Mrs. Mary Beth Arthur and Mr. Selwyn Blackstone.

RESULTS BY POINTS AND RACES

Adult Races -55 starters - 4 complete race programs - 150 yard distance over a dirt track. Fastest time 9.8 seconds.

 

WHIPPET

OWNER

POINTS

GRADE

* 1-Bardon Sara Lawrence

Trounce

22

A

* 2-Strathoak Spring Intrigue

Pegram

22

A

3-Eyleland Homer

Renner

21

A

4-Caesar

Varga

20

A

5-Renfield Bimini

Renner

18

A

6-Pennyworth Tailor Made

Pegram

18

A

7-Mickey King

Varga

16

A

8-Eyleland Handsome Ransom

Eyles

15

A-B

9-Vicar O'Lazebrook

Schmick

14

A-B

10-Titan Hobo

Raczak

13

A-B

11-Ch. E. Cinnamon Roll

Eyles

13

A-B

12-Marial's Jellybean

Arthur

13

A-B

13-Renfield George

Renner

12

B

14-Eyleland Shadow Boxer

Eyles

12

B

15-Sege Bad Boy Black Shadow

Refieuna

12

B

16-S. M. Caruso

Pegram

12

B

17-J. Arthur Fitzgerald

Doody

11

B

18-Bismarck of Frisia

Meander Kennel

11

B

19-Eyieland Deer

Csonki

10

B

20-Gypsy Box Buster

Swistak

10

B

21-Sege Butchie Boy

Stodolny

9

B-C

22-Eyleland Hopscotch

Eyles

9

B-C

23-Spill No Whiskey

Pegram

9

B-C

24-Fawn Von Blase

Blase

8

B-C

25-Hurry Up Harry

Eyles

8

B-C

26-Half-A-Head

Leight

8

B-C

27-Ch. Bardon Summer Storm

Frames

8

B-C

28-Ch. Marial's War Paint

Arthur

8

B-C

29-Marial's Minnetonka

Arthur

8

C

30-Uhuru's Rolling Stone

Bangs

8

C

31-Whistle Dixie

Blackstone

7

C

32-Copper Kettle

Crawford

7

C

33-Renfield Nutmeg

Renner

7

C

34-Cajun of Annsdrive

Schwartz

7

C

35-Traymatt Buckeroo

Swistak

7

C

36-Pagebrook Lady

Swistak

7

C

37-Ch. Traymatt Casper

Steinberg

6

C

38-Shotgun Bandit

Blackstone

6

C

39-Moc's Sam, Jr.

Morgan

5

C

40-Eyleland Mo-Skeet

Crawford

5

C

41-Sweetie Pie

Luby

5

C

42-Mist of Solar Lane

Reschke

5

C

43-Eyleland Gregory

Wood

5

C

44-Whipoo's Ginger Crime

Luby

5

C

45-Whipoo's Copper Spots

Jacobs

5

C-D

46-Karrie of Solar Lane

Conrad (Scr. 2)

5

 

47-Caledonia Big John

Steinberg

4

C

48-Tiger Man

Luby

4

C-D

49-Moley Rat

Bangs

3

C-D

50-Renfield Chippewa

Renner (Scr. 3)

3

C-D

51-Whipoo's Past and Present

Jacobs

2

C

52-Sweetie Pie # 2

 

2

C-D

53-Whipoo's Chance

Myers

2

C-D

54-S.M. Saratoga

 

0

D

55-Nutmeg # 2

Luby

0

D

* Tie for High Point score.

BARDON SARA LAWRENCE showed a fine effort in three of his four races. SPRING INTRIGUE "propped" himself out of a victory at the finish line in Third heat when lure was stopped past finish line. EYLELAND HOMER still is a top contender. CAESAR is a very big Whippet with fine speed. He is inclined to "crowd" other racers at times. RENFIELD BIMMI and PENNYWORTH TAILOR MADE are very fast, but need racing room. - MICKEY KING is tough just under the tops. EYLELAND HANDSOME RANSOM ran run when he feels like it. VICAR OTLAZEBROOK turned in a fine effort. TITAN HOBO was recovering from an injury. The great veteran, CH. EYLELAND CINNAMON ROLL, was very sharp RENFIELD GEORGE has speed moving up from Grade D.

"AWARD OF RACING MERIT"

Under the Award of Racing Merit Program 50 or more adult Whippets racing have a point value of 6 points - High Point Winner, L points - Second High Point Winner, 2 points - Third High Point Winner.

BARDON SARA LAWRENCE and STRATHOAK SPRING INTRIGUE tied for High Point honors with 22 points each. The first and second points are combined for a total of 10 points. BARDON SARA LAWRENCE receives 5 points toward his Award of Racing Merit and STRATHOAK SPRING INTRIGUE receives 5 points. EYLELAND HOMER receives two Award of Racing Merit points for being the Third High Point Winner.

Puppy Races - 11 starters, L complete race programs, distance 150 yards.

WHIPPET

OWNER

POINTS

1-Final Word

Pegram

23

2-Floating World

Pegram (Scr. 3)

21

3-Sege-Mo Going Boy

Morgan-Blackstone

13

4-Whipoo's Chances Are

Jacobs

11

5-Sege-Mo Har-One

Morgan-Blackstone

10

6-Sege-Mo Sweet Girl

Morgan-Blackstone

7

7-Sege Sonny Boy

Blackstone

5

8-Tujays Tarsan

Fischer-Blackstone

4

9-Sege-Mo Fence Breaker

Morgan-Blackstone

3

10-Sege-Mo Fawn Girl

Morgan-Blackstone

0

11-Tarnell

 

0

FINAL WORD was the winner. FLOATING WORLD opened an old injury on his pad and was scratched from the fourth race. SEGE-MO GOING BOY and WHIPOO'S CHANCES ARE showed improvement with each start. SEGE-MO HAR-ONE turned in a good effort in winning his final puppy race.

Hurdle Racing - 13 starters - 1 race program - 150 yards over 3 hurdles

1st race - 1-Sege Singin' Peewee, 2-Ch. B. Blue Stone, 3-Por Little Angel, Gypsy Box Buster, Eyleland Hopscotch

2nd race - 1-Shotgun Bandit, 2-Hurry Up Harry, 3-Moc's Sam, Jr., Sege Bad Boy Black Shadow

3rd race - 1-Eyleland Handsome Ransom, 2-Whistle Dixie, 3-Sege Butchie, Traymatt Buckeroo

It was necessary to cancel the first three Whippet Hurdle Race Programs. We did not have the proper wings beside the jumps. In the first scheduled program, several of the Whippets ran off the course and became entangled in the wings. RENFIELD SHAUN, the number one hurdle racer of 1967, received a very serious injury. He became entangled in one of the wings,dislocating the right rear leg and possibly has a hair-line fracture of the hip. Certainly all of us express our sympathy to Bill Conrad and to this very gallant performer. This is the first major injury we have had in connection with National Whippet Racing.

The Hurdle Race Program on Sunday afternoon was a complete success. The Whippets cleared the jumps eagerly and the sport was much enjoyed by the spectators. Results of the one hurdle program are listed above.

Race Results - First Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-George, 2-Ginger, 3-Buckeroo, Annsadrene, Spots, Sweetie Pie-Luby

2nd race - 1-Karrie, 2-Mist, 3-Sweetie Pie, Nutmeg

3rd race - 1-R. Nutmeg, 2-Chippewa, 3-Tiger, Chance, Saratoga

4th race - 1-B. Buster, 2-Shadow Box, 3-P. P, Minnetonka, Rat, Skeet

5th race - 1-Butchie, 2-Sam, 3-Gregory, Stone, Bandit, Dixie

6th race - 1-Fitzgerald, 2-Casper, 3-Whiskey, John

7th race - 1-Caruso, 2-Hopscotch, 3-Kettle, P. Lady

8th race - 1-Vicar, 2-Harry, 3-Blase, Head

9th race - 1-Roll, 2-Bean, 3-Shadow, Deer

10th race ( High Point) 1-Intrigue, 2-Homer, 3-Warpaint, 4-S. Storm

11th race ( High Point) 1-S. Lawrence, 2-King, 3-Hobo,

12th race ( High Point) 1-Caesar, 2-Tailor, 3-Ransom, 4-Bimmi, 5-Bismarck

Second Adult Race Program (all races scored 5-3-2)

1st race - 1-(D.H.) Annsadrene, 1-(D.H.) S. P. Luby, 3-Spots, Nutmeg (Inf.)

2nd race - 1-Mo-Skeet, 2-Rat, 3-Chance, Saratoga

3rd race - 1-Dixie, 2-Bandit, 3-John, Stone, Minnetonka

4th race - 1-Deer, 2-Head, 3-Buckeroo, Tiger, S. Pie, Lady

5th race - 1-Shadow, 2-Blase, 3-Whiskey, Kettle, Gregory, P. P.

6th race - 1-Boxer, 2-Casper, 3-Sam, Chippewa, Creme

7th race - 1-Bimmi, 2-Bismarck, 3-Bean, Storm, Harry, Hopscotch

8th race - 1-Geroge, 2-Fitz, 3-Butchie, Buster, R. Nutmeg

9th race - 1-Hobo, 2-Vicar, 3-Ransom, Warpaint, Roll, Caruso

10th race - 1-Homer, 2-Tailor, 3-King, Intrigue, S. Lawrence

Third Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-Minnetonka, 2-Stone, 3-Lady, Chance, Spots, Saratoga

2nd race - 1-Kettle, 2-Gregory, 3-John, P. P, Tiger, S. Pie

3rd race - 1-Head, 2-Bandit, 3-Mist, Creme, Rat, Chippewa (Scr.)

4th race - 1-Harry, 2-Hopscotch, 3-Storm, Whiskey, S. Pie-Luby, Buckeroo

5th race - 1-Derr, 2-Blase, 3-Dixie, Sam, Mo-Skeet, Annsadrene

6th race - 1-Roll, 2-Bean, 3-Caruso, Buster, R. Nutmeg

7th race - 1-Bismarck, 2-Ransom, 3-Shadow, Butchie, Casper, Warpaint

8th race - ( High Point) 1-S. Lawrence, 2-Intrigue, 3-King, 4-Vicar, 5-Fitz, 6-Boxer

9th race ( High Point) 1-Caesar, 2-Bimmi, 3-Homer, 4-Tailor, 5-Hobo, 6-George

Fourth Adult Race Program

1st race - 1-Lady, 2-Spots, 3-Tiger

2nd race - 1-Stone, 2-Buckeroo, 3-Creme, John, Rat, P.P.

3rd race - 1-Whiskey, 2-Minnetonka, 3-Annsadrene, S. Pie-Luby, Mist, Gregory

4th race - 1-Buster, 2-W. Paint, 3-R. Nutmeg, Bandit, Sam, Mo-Skeet

5th race - 1-Caruso, 2-Hopscotch, 3-Storm, Dixie, Kettle, Casper

6th race - 1-Bean, 2-Shadow, 3-Butchie, Blase, Harry, Head

7th race - 1-Ransom, 2-Roll, 3-Boxer, Fitz, Bismarck, Deer

8th race - 1-Tailor, 2-King, 3-Vicar, Hobo, George

9th race ( High Point) 1-Intrigue, 2-S. Lawrence, 3-Homer, 4-Caesar, 5-Bimmi

Hurdle Races (One program only)

1st race - 1-Sege Singin' Peewee, 2-Ch. B. Blue Stone, 3-Por Little Angel, Gypsy Box Buster, Eyleland Hopscotch

2nd race - 1-Shotgun Bandit, 2-Hurry Up Harry, Moc ' s Sam, Jr., S. Bad Boy Black Shadow

3rd race - 1-Eyleland Handsome Ransom, 2-Whistle Dixie, 3-Sege Butchie Boy, Traymatt Buckeroo

Race Results - First Puppy Program

1st race - 1-World, 2-C. Are, 3-One, S. Girl, S. Boy, Tarnell

2nd race - 1-Final, 2-Going, 3-Tarsan, F. Girl, Breaker

Second Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-S. Boy, 2-Breaker, 3-S. Girl, F. Girl, Tarnell

2nd race - ( High Point) 1-World, 2-Final, 3-C. Are, Going, One, Tarsan

Third Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-Going, 2-One, 3-S. Girl, Breaker, Tarsan

2nd race (High Point) 1-World, 2-Final, 3-C. Are, S. Boy

Fourth Puppy Race Program

1st race - 1-One, 2-S. Girl, 3-Tarsan, S. Boy, Breaker

2nd race - ( High Point) 1-Final, 2-Going, 3-C. Are


SANTA BARBARA
Elizabeth Scott

Looking back at Santa Barbara the memory is a pleasant one. As always the conditions were lovely. There is something about the Polo Grounds setting that always seems right for Whippet Racing. And as most will agree I am sure a better place would be hard to find. For those Whippet people who have never been to the Western Specialty and Races I must say in all sincerity, "you have really missed something." The sun ny weather and beautiful seating always make the hard work that goes on behind the scenes a little easier.

The Racing went beautifully with only a few minor things to mar the otherwise per­ fect races. The caliber of. Racers seem to be getting better and better. There was an entry of over forty dogs. The announcing was done again this year by the able Scot Roberts, who always makes things run a little smoother.

The people we can thanks for putting on such a wonderful race meet are; Assistant Race Chairman, C. Hayhurst, Lure J. Trounce, Foul Judge J. Stewart, Starters C. Countz & N. Gustafson, Timer R. North, Paddock Judge B. Bare & R. Adler, Finish Judges were M. Adler, R. Scott, R. Bare, R. Hackett, J. Hackett, D. Smith Score Recorder D. Hammond.

The Races went as follows:

Puppies:

Race #1

1st. Pinetops Opening Knight, 2nd. Floating World, 3rd. Ringo's Drango, 4th. Star fleet Romay, 5th. Lavender of Romay, 6th Nira's Gin Fizz

Adult

Race 1

1st Marksman, 2nd Sky Rocket, 3rd Justakiss, 4th Thunderbolt, 5th Coppersun

Adult

Race 2 Grade D

1st Winter Poon's Goodbye, 2nd Madcap Dusty Road, 3rd Mr. Universe, 4th Sunstar Roving Rapscallion (scratch)

Race #3 Grade D

1st Spicette, 2nd Summer Breeze, 3rd Spaceliners Galexy, 4th Mercury 5th Rose Dawn

Race #4 Grade C

1st Madcap Trail Guide, 2nd Trey, 3rd Highland Frost, 4th Rebel, 5th Hedge Hopper, 6th Piperkin's Rusher.

Race #5 Grade B

1st Scotch Mist, 2nd Highland Hunter, 3rd Sugar & Spice, 4th Symphony

Pace #6 Grade A

1st Ringo's Ringo, 2nd Spring Intrigue, 3rd Piperkin's Rambleer, 4th Rockabye Checker, 5th Raindrop.

Race #7 Grade A

1st Bardon Sara Lawrence, 2nd Sing'n Little Girl Blue, 3rd Urray Glory Be, 4th Taylor Made, 5th Bardon Summer Storm.

SECOND RACE PROGRAM

Puppy Race #1

1st Ringo's Drango, 2nd Pinetop's Opening Knight, 3rd Floating World, 4th Lavender, 5th Gin Fizz, 6th Starfleet

Adult Race #1

1st Rusher, 2nd Rose Dawn, 3rd Mercury, 4th Sunstar, 5th Coppersun, Thunderbolt (Scratch)

Race #2

1st Mr. Universe, 2nd Justakiss, 3rd Hedge Hopper, 4th Rebel, 5th Symphony, 6th Galexy

Race #3

1st Dusty Road, 2nd Highland Frost, 3rd Trey, 4th Sugar & Spice, 5th Sky Rocket, 6th Summer Breeze

Race #4

1st Taylor Made, 2nd Marksman, 3rd Summer Storm, 4th Hunter, 5th Raindrop, 6th Checker

Race #5

1st Rambler, 2nd Trail Guide, 3rd Scotch Mist, 4th Winter Poon's Goodbye, 5th Urray Glory Be, 6th Spicette

Race #6

1st Sara Lawrence, 2nd Ringo's Ringo, 3rd Girl Blue, 4th Spring Intrigue

THIRD RACE PROGRAM

Puppy

1st Ringo's Drango, 2nd Opening Knight, 3rd Floating World, 4th Starfleet, 5th Lavender, 6th Gin Fizz

Adult Race #1

1st Rebel, 2nd Symphony, 3rd Sunstar, 4th Coppersun

Race #2

1st Sugar & Spice, 2nd Hedge Hopper, 3rd Rose Dawn, 4th Galexy, 5th Mercury

Race #3

1st Rockabye Checker, 2nd Piperkin's Rusher, 3rd Sky Rocket, 4th Summer Breeze, 5th Hunter, 6th Raindrop.

Race #4

1st Summer Storm, 2nd Winter Poon's Goodbye, 3rd Spicette, 4th H. Frost, 5th Justakiss 6th Trey

Race #5

1st Spring Intrigue, 2nd Glory Be, 3rd Scotch Mist, 4th Dusty Road, 5th Marksman, 6th Mr. Universe.

Race #7 HIGH POINT

1st Sara Lawrence, 2nd Ringo's Ringo, 3rd Girl Blue, 4th Taylor Made, 5th Trail Guide,

FINAL PROGRAM

Puppy

1st Ringo's Durango, 2nd Opening Knight, 3rd Floating World, 4th Starfleet, 5th Lavender, 6th Gin Fizz

Adult Race 1

1st Galexy, 2nd Mercury, 3rd Coppersun

Race #2

1st Hunter, 2nd Hedge Hopper, 3rd Sky Rocket, 4th Rebel, 5th Summer Breeze, 6th Raindrop

Race #3

1st Spicette, 2nd Sugar & Spice, 3rd Frost, 4th Trey, 5th Mr. Universe, 6th Justa­ kiss

Race #4

1st Dusty Road, 2nd Glory Be, 3rd Winter Poon's Goodbye, 4th Rusher, 5th Marksman

Race #5

1st Spring Intrigue, 2nd Scotch Mist, 3rd Trail Guide, 4th Summer Storm, 5th Roeka­ bye Checker

Race #6 ( High Point)

1st Sara Lawrence, 2nd Ringo's Ringo, 3rd Girl Blue, 4th Taylor Made, 5th Rambler

Ringo's Ringo was unseated from his long held throne by his Kennel Mate Sara Lawrence. Opposite Sex and Champion was Sing'n Little Girl Blue.

TOP TEN: Bardon Sara Lawrence, Ringo's Ringo, Sing'n Little Girl Blue, Taylor Made, Spring Intrigue, Piperkin's Rambler, Madcap Trail Guide, Madcap Dusty Road, Nira's Scotch Mist, Whiraway Spicette.

High Score Puppy, Ringo's Durango Opposite Sex, Lavender of Romay

High Score B

Nira's Scotch Mist & Sugar & Spice of Suntan

High Score C Madcap Trail Guide

High Score D

Madcap Dusty Road & Pinetop's Opening Knight

The Ch. Corsain's Silhouette Memorial Trophy was retired after being won three times by Lynn and Jerry Trounce. Won twice by Ringo and this time by Sara Lawrence.


Western Gazehound Club National Point Whippet Racing Held at Ambleside Park, West Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 12th & 13th, 1967

This year's races drew the largest entry ever. Despite the heat, those people named below co-operated in sharing the responsibilities necessary for making the meet the great success it was.

Dressers - Mrs. Jean Assimakos, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Mar , . Millis, Alice Turpin, Mrs. Margaret Turpin.

Handlers - Mrs. Diane Garr, Bruce Jackson, Tommy Newmarch, Jr., Lorna Oswald, Mrs. Marie Pike, Mrs. Barbara Rogalsky, Mrs. Ann Whitton, Susan Wing.

Starters - Bob Miller, Barry Munro, Bill Turpin Sr., Robert Watson. Lure Operators - Paul Fraser, John Rogalsky.

Catchers - Mrs. Georgene Fraser, Marguerite MacDonald, Monica McKenzie, John Markert, Mrs. Sylvia Munro, Tor Newmarch Sr., Bill Whitton.

Lure Returners - Susan Munro, Stephen Whitton.

Placing and Foul Judges - Bob Baumgartner, Paul Fraser, Frank Jackson, Bill Jones, Mrs. Charlotte Moffatt, Al Olsen, Bill Stark, Bill Turpin, Sr.

Recorders - Mrs. Pearl Baumgartner, Mrs. Doris Ringer

Timer - Bill Turpin, Jr.

Racing Committee - Paul Fraser, John Rogalsky, Bill Turpin, Jr. ( Chairman)

The Club's Junior Members - Bill Whitton, Tommy Newmarch Jr., Lorna Oswald, Susan Munro, and Stephen Whitton were exceptionally willing and capable helpers. As always, our American visitors - Bob and Pearl Baumgartner, Mrs. Doris Ringer, Susan Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, Bruce Jackson. and Al Olsen - gave much ap­ preciated assistance.

Mrs. Bertha Markert and her social committee provided refreshments between programs on both Saturday and Sunday.

Kurt Blesse, a local German Shepherd breeder, was good enough to provide a P.A. system.

Mrs. Kay Finch presented the trophies following the final heat.

One of the highlights of the meet was the wrestling match at the starting box between Bob Baumgartner and Ringo's Scoot Away. Although Scooter felt he should run around rather than through the boxes, Bob - one shirt, one undershirt, and several strips of flesh later - convinced him otherwise. At the end of the day Bob looked more like a candidate for the purple heart than a Whippet owner enjoying a leisurely afternoon's racing.

An added attraction between the first and second programs on Sunday was a dem­ onstration of racing by three salukis owned by Dr. Winafred Lucas of California.

Puppy Races Distance - 150 Yards

I 1 - Buckskin, 2 - Quicknik, 3 - Stardust, 4- Colt

II 1 - Buckskin, 2 - Quicknik, 3 - Stardust, Colt (Disq.)

III 1 - Buckskin, 2 - Quicknik, 3 - Stardust, 4 - Patches, (Time 9.5 sec.)

IV: 1 - Buckskin, 2 - Quicknik, 3 - Stardust, 4 - Patches, (Time 9.4 sec.)

Whippet................................................................Weight.............................Owner........................Points

1. White Acres Bockskin (d).................................... 33........................... B. Jackson......................... 20

2. Urray Quicknik (d)..............................................NA.............................. Cucheran ...........................12

3. White Acres Stardust (b)..............................................24..................................Page........................ 8(High Opp.)

4. Silver Speed Patches (d).................................. 26....................................... Pike.................................... 0

5. Queen's Colt 45 (d) .......................................... NA..........................................Whitton.......................0 )..Disq. 2)

Bruce Jackson's White Acres Buckskin won all H.S. heats easily. This Big pup will be hard to beat as an adult racer next season once he learns to start con­ sistently. Best opposite was Buck's litter sister, White Acres Stardust.Urray Quick­ nik ran very well for a young pup.

Adult Races First Program Distance - 200 Yards

I - 1, Scott Away, 2, Seaneen, 3, Pachy Sandra, 4, Horizon (D) -RHet (DNF), (Time 12.5 sec.)

II - 1, Finery, 2, Lady, 3, Pertinacity, 4, Petronella, Inkspot (Disq.) (D) (Time 13.0 sec.)

III - 1, Baby Doll, 2, Pepper (DH), 2, White Witch (DH), 4, Breeze, 5, Wild Bill, (C) (Time 13.1 sec.)

IV - 1, Jane, 2, Iris, 3, Queen (DH), 3, Genevieve (DH), (Time 13.1 sec.) (C)

V - 1, Snowpatch, 2, Go Go, 3, Silly Prince, 4, Clansman, 5, Lightning (Time 12.4 (B) sec.)

VI - 1, Open Road, 2, Girl Blue, 3, Free and Easy, 4, Chieftain, 5, Fancy. ( High Point )

Second Program

I - 1, Lightning, 2, Breeze, 3 Clansman (DH) 3, Wild Bill (DH), 5, Petronella (Time 13.1 sec.)

II - 1, Silly Prince, 2, Queen, 3 Genevieve, 4, Horizon, 5 Rhet (Time 12.9 sec.)

III - 1, Fancy, 2 Co Go, 3, White Witch 4, Iris, 5, Pertinacity, 6, Pachysandra, (Time 12.5 sec.)

IV - 1, Chieftain, 2 Snowpatch, 3, Free and Easy, 4, Pepper; 5, Seaneen, 6, Lady (Time 12.4 sec.)

V - 1, Girl Blue, 2, Open Road, 3, Scott Away, 4, Baby Doll, 5, Finery, 6, Jane (Time 12.5 sec.)

Third Program

I - 1, Wild Bill, 2, Horizon, 3, Rhet, 4, Pertinacity, 5, Petronella, 6, Pachy­ sandra (Time 13.0 sec.)

II - 1, Pepper, 2, Clansman, 3, Iris, 4, Breeze, 5, Lady, 6, Seaneen (Time 13.0 sec.)

III: 1, Finery, 2, White Witch, 3, Baby Doll, 4, Jane, 5, Queen (DH) 5, Genevieve (DH), (Time 12.9 sec.)

IV: 1, Free and Easy, 2, Scott Away, 3 Go Go, 4, Silly Prince, 5, Lightning, (Time 12.5 sec.)

V: 1, Open Road, 2 Fancy, 3 Chieftain (DH) 3, Snowpatch (DH) High Point Girl Blue (Disq), (Time 12.3 sec.)

Fourth Program

I: 1, Pertinacity, 2 Rhet, 3 Horizon, 4 Petronella, 5 Pachysandra (Time 13.5 sec..)

II: 1, Clansman, 2 Iris, 3 Seaneen, 4 Breeze, 5 Genevieve, Lady (Scratch), (Time 12.9 sec.)

'III: 1, Silly Prince, 2 Lightning, 3 Jane, 4 Baby Doll, 5 Wild Bill, 6 Queen, (Time 12.8 sec.)

IV: 1, Scoot Away, 2 Go Go, 3 Finery, 4 Pepper, 5 White Witch (Time 12.7 sec.)

V: 1 Open Road, 2 Fancy, 3 Free and Easy, 4 Chieftain, 5 Snowpatch (Time 12.0 sec.)

 

Whippet

Weight

Owner

Points

 

Grade

1.

Ch. Bay-Star Open Road (d)

32

Turpin, Jr.

27

 

A

2.

Ch. White Acres Carol's Fancy (b)

25

C. Baumgartner

20 (High Opp)

 

A

3.

Urray Chieftain (d)

31

Turpin, Sr.

18

 

A

4.

Fambling Free and Easy (d)

33

Markert

17

 

A

5.

Wyldewhick Snowpatch (d)

27

Miller

16

 

A-B

6.

Ringo's Scoot Away (d)

32

Ringer

15

 

B

7.

White Acres Silly Prince (d)

28

C. Baumgartner

12

 

B

7.

Bardon Faded Finery (b)

21

Finger

12

 

B

9.

Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue (b)

24

Barlow

11(Disq. 3)

 

A

9.

Urray Go Go Go (d)

26

Fraser

11

 

B

11.

Ch. Urray Clansman (d)

23

Garr

10

 

B-C

12.

White Acres Iris (b)

20

Jackson

8

 

C

12.

Ch. Wyldewhick White Witch (b)

21

Rogalsky

8

 

C

12.

White Lightning of Stargazer (d)

24

Rogalsky

8

 

C

12.

Urray Pepper (B)

--

Munro

8

 

C

16.

Ch. Hollypark Baby Doll of Urray (b)

26

Webster

7

 

C

16.

Rockabye Calamity Jane D'Urray (b)

20

Webster

7

 

C

16.

Ch. Urray Wild Bill (d)

21

Webster

-7

 

C

16.

Urray Pertinacity (b)

18

Turpin, Jr. & Webster

7

 

C

20.

Ch. Urray Speed Queen (b)

19

Whitton

5

 

C

20.

Rockabye Seaneen (b)

23

McNiven

5

 

C

20.

Rockabye Rhet (d)

31

McNiven

5

 

C

20.

Urray Blue Horizon (b)

21

Webster

5

 

C

24.

Ch. Whirlwind Genevieve (b)

24

Webster

4

 

C-D

25.

Shady Lady (b)

18

MacDonald

3(scr.4)

 

C-D

25.

Bardon Summer Breeze (b)

21

Baumgartner

3

 

D

27.

Urray Pachy Sandra (d)

29

Rogalsky

2

 

D

28.

Urray Petronella (b)

19

McKenzie

0

 

D

29.

Ch. Sonna Inkspot (d)

--

Newmarch

0(Int.1)

 

D

30.

Ch. Thane Jenny of Rosedawn (b)

--

Newmarch

0 Scr 1

 

D

31.

Ringo's Brown Willow (b)

--

Ringer

0 Scr 1

 

D

High Score B - Wyldewhick Snowpatch

C - White Acre Iris (defeated White Witch in a Run-off)

D - Ringo's Scoot Away

There was little to choose in speed between Ch. Bay Star Open Road and Ch. Sing'n Little Girl Blue. Had the latter not interferred with two other runners during her third heat she undoubtedly would have placed at or near the top. Ch. White Acres Carol's Fancy improved with each heat and showed her best form in several years.

Urray Chieftain still has outstanding speed but broke poorly in all of his races. Rambling Free and Easy ran very gamely despite a bothersome cut foot. Wyldewhick Snowpatch was much improved.

A special race was held at the end of the day between the adult winner and the puppy champion with Open Road defeating the swift Buckskin by two and a half lengths in the time of 11.9 seconds.

--Reported by Bill Turpin, Jr.


THE MAIL BAG

Silvia Allen, Wilmington, N. C,, writes, August 18, 1967 - For the past two years I have been very active in whippets. On March 25th, this year, I finished my first Whippet and was very proud. This is Ch. Humble Acre Slip Stream (Ch. Lysander of Briskways ex Ch. Whipoo's Tar Heel). I also own Ch. San Saba Snedley Snedley (same breeding as Slip Stream), and know you will be happy to know that Snedley went Group 1st in Spartanburg, S. C., on July 28th, and Group 2 in Charlotte, N. C., on July 30th ...Both shows had over 950 entries.

We also own Ch. San Saba So Dear To My Heart, who is the proud dam of our first litter (sired by Snedley) whelped 7/9/67. Another lovely little bitch we have is San Saba Serendipity, who took her first major in Raleigh by going BOW over Slip Stream the day he finished. She should finish this year.

Joel Lida, Kingston, Pennsylvania, writes, July 11, 1967 - Today I received the new edition of the NEWS. I found it most interesting. On the last page a Carol Wolf would like to know of Whippet books other than those she already owns. Unfortunately, I know of only two others, and I hope that they will be of use to her. They are:

How to Raise and Train a Whippet (1963) The Show Whippet: The Ideal House Dog and New York : Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. 1419 Fourth—Ave. New York 16, N. Y.

Sporting Companion. (1938) by B. S. Fitter Write to: "Dog World" Watmoughs Ltd. Idle, Bradford England (58 pages; $1.25)