BLUE X TREK
Five Males and three females born September 26th, 2021 -All Sold
Bachman Bay’s Bluebill Banger
(Blue collar Cheyenne NAI UTII X Bone point’s Magnus NAI UTI)
NAVHDA NA 112/I @ 5 mo.
NAVHDA UT 194/II @ 17 mo.
Coat: liver roan, medium harsh/medium dense
Bite and eyes: normal
Hips: pennHIP rt. 0.26 lf. 0.29
Thyroid: OFA normal
Von Willebrand’s: Clear
Exercise Induced Collapse: Clear
Blue is the one of the best natural upland dogs I have ever had the joy of hunting over. She is very fast and we often refer to her as “lungs with legs”. Like her sire, she has been very easy to train and willing to please. She passed her Natural Ability test at 5 months and we were shooting pointed birds over her the next week in Montana. She did as well or better tracking and pinning down roosters on her first season as our veteran dogs. She came from an extremely successful litter, not only did she receive a 112/112 Natural Ability prize I, but the other four litter-mates that were tested all received 112 prize I. Blue and all her litter-mates love children, other dogs and live in family homes. At 17 months, Blue received a 194 prize II in her Utility Test only missing a prize one due to receiving a “3” in pointing due to high bird drive at that age. She easily received a “4” in the duck search and loves tearing through the heavy marsh in search of ducks! She has a very soft mouth and I was able to use the same live duck for several months of training. Like her dam, she loves chasing waterfowl and has no trouble getting large ducks and geese back to the blind. Blues pointing intensity and honesty has been incredible. At less than 2 years of age she consistently waited for 5 or 10 minutes on point before we could get to her to flush the covey. She seems to have a knack for paralyzing birds that are running out from other dogs. Blue has absolutely crushed the upland game pinning every western species open to hunting including difficult to pin blue grouse, sage grouse and mountain quail. Blue’s litters have produced twelve exceptional puppies, they had an average Natural Ability test score of 111/112 points and three of her pups have placed in the German Wirehair Pointer Club of America's National Horseback derby Field Trial (2nd ,3rd place finishes in 2019 and 4th place in 2021).
Blue comes from a line of excellent German registered dogs' genetics and American lines from Idaho, Utah and Oregon to create some incredibly talented, driven and highly trainable dogs. Many great wirehair breeders worked for decades to produce this line of dogs. These puppies are direct decedents of the top producing versatile stud wirehairs in the United States including Bone Point’s Magnus, Lager V Den Drei Teufeln and Salty Pete V Rahnhaus.
WIRESWEST OFF THE GRID
(CH Claddagh’s Countdown To Midnight SH NA1/112 UT1/189 x CH Wireswest Bring It On)
NAVHDA NA 112/I
NAVHDA UT: TBD
Coat: Solid Liver, Medium Dense/Harsh
Hips: PennHip rt. 0.20 lf. 0.21
Elbows: OFA Normal
Thyroid: OFA Normal
Heart: OFA Normal/Clear – Cardiologist
AKC DNA Profile: V960397
NAVHDA DNA Profile: GS505317
Hemophilia B: Free
Von Willebrands: Free
Exercise Induced Collapse: Free
Owned by Meg Eden, Terrebonne, Oregon
Trek is a promising young male with tremendous natural field talent blended with a high degree of cooperation and intelligence. He is the entire package of a versatile hunting dog on land and water. Trek is a natural retriever with a soft mouth that is eager to hand over every bird. He natural honors, points with style, and has a high desire for working in the water. No doubt, his most notable field attribute is his nose and his natural ability to find birds in difficult places. With only 2 seasons of wild bird hunting in Montana and Oregon, he has made the grade and proven to be a top-notch bird dog. Trek is in training for NAVHDA Utility and Master Hunter for the 2022 spring/early summer season.
Trek has a solid pedigree that has notable field and health testing behind him. He comes from a Breeder’s Award litter in which every pup tested earned a Prize 1 score.
With Trek, “the best is yet to come”.