Exceptional performance bred all chocolate litter! Repeat Breeding!!!
DUE: December 20th and will be ready late-February
This is one of the nicest chocolate litters available anywhere!
These puppies are bred to make excellent prospects for field trials, hunt tests and serious working homes. The puppies from this cross also have exceptional dispositions and make wonderful companions when not working.
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Wbf's Man On The Stand QA2 "Maestro"
Derby high point chocolate male Open win, Open 2nd, Open 3rd, Amateur Jams, Open Jam and Amateur Reserve Jam! 1 point from FC title Qualified and ran in the 2017 National Open!
Birddog's Goodtime Magnet MH21 "Maggie"
Entered into training at 14 months of age and within 15 months earned her JH, SH and MH titles! Qualified for the 2017 Master Nationals! Couldn't run because of coming into heat. Needs only 1 more pass to qualify for the 2018 Master Nationals...and she will!
Maestro's Health Clearances: AKC: SR75014202 CHIC#: 116911 OFA Hips (Good): LR-210236G24M-VPI OFA Elbow (Normal): LR-64233M24-VPI OFA Eyes (Normal): LR-EYE7176/33M-VPI EIC (Clear): LR-EIC3567/50M-PI CNM (Clear): LR-CNM1267/50M-PI PRA-pcrd (Clear): copy of results in hand D Locus (DD Normal/Dilute Clear): LR-DL367/50M-PI 85 pound male
Maestro is the total package! He is a big, powerful and handsome chocolate male. He has a wonderful temperament and is very easy to handle. His happy disposition and willingness to please makes him a joy to be around. He is calm when not working and is a couch potato around the home, yet a beast in the field. Maestro has a fantastic performance record that speaks for itself! Maestro is history's high point derby chocolate male! He has had very limited trialing and proving he still has what it takes. Maestro is 1 point away from his FC title and will be running in the 2017 National Open!
Many don't know that Maestro almost died late December 2016 due to an inhaled thorn. He received the best emergency care possible and a lobe of his lung was removed. After intensive care and rehabilitation therapy, Maestro returned to training and running in trials. He has proven yet again to be a truly amazing animal and within 11 months of being on his death bed will now be running in the National Open in November 2017!