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(W Litter)

Due April 2024





Dam “CARP” 

Bachman Bay Vom Top Shelf's Malheur

Call Name "Carp"

( Bachman Bay Harriet Hunrunner NA1 UT1 X  VC Top Shelf's Ozzman Cometh NA1 UT1 )


Natural Ability 112 P1 @5 months old

AKC Field Trial Placements

2022 GWPCA #1 ranked Derby dog

2022 GWPCA Field Futurity Champion


Washington Brittany Club Open Derby 3rd place

GWP Club of Central Oregon Open Derby 4st place

Oregon Brittany Club Open Puppy 2nd place

Northwest Pointing Dog Association Open Derby 1st Place

Idaho Brittany Club Open Puppy 2nd place

Idaho Brittany Club Open Derby 3rd place

Oregon Brittany Club Open Puppy 3rd place

Utah Desert Bird Dog Club Open Derby 1st Place


Weight: 45

DOB: 3/5/2021

Coat: liver roan, medium harsh/medium dense

Bite and eyes: normal

Hips Prelim Good

Pennhip: TBD

Elbows: TBD 

Thyroid: Prelim OK

Furnishings: Ff

Von Willebrand’s: Clear

Exercise Induced Collapse: Clear

About Carp:

What's in a name? I work as a wildlife biologist at the Malheur NWR where we work diligently to eradicate invasive common carp. Carp are tenacious, hardy animals that thrive in the worst of conditions. We named our girl after this fish and she has not disappointed her namesake!

Carp is a snappy long legged Jackal of a wirehair. She has a nose that pulls her like string to birds. She loves to play fetch and hits the water with a massive leap and splash. Carp has a great off switch and is a beloved house dog she is sweet and just wants to lay her head on your lap day or night. Carp is a very smart dog and often gets herself into trouble by figuring out how to open doors and windows. 

Carp hit the horseback field trial circuit in 2022 and ended up as the top ranked field trial wirehair in the nation in the puppy/derby division. She won the GWPCA National Futurity at the Prairie Wind Ranch in Payette Idaho one of the most rugged and steep field trial grounds in the United states. Carp saved up her best run of the year for that run and stayed far out front, hitting ridgetop and rock outcropping objectives finding multiple birds. Famed wirehair field trialers John Williams and Jeff Calkins both looked at me and said that is gonna be a hard run to beat...and it was! Carp placed in all but one of the field trials she entered in. She has been a very consistent field trial competitor especially considering she was mostly running against other breeds. 

Carp's dam Hattie is one of the best dogs we have produced an easy prize one Utility dog with and incredible tracking ability. Carp is very much like her mother. Carp's Sire Ozzy comes from a long line of VC wirehairs from Top Shelf Kennels in North Dakota. Ozzy brings a lot of cooperation to BBK lines and it is very evident in carp. 

Carp is training to run her utility test in summer of 2024. We hope to continue to run her in field trials after she is fully broke out. 


Stud “ACE”

CH Wireswest Ace in the Hole UTI

(Bone Point's Magnus NAI UTI x AFC DC Wireswest First Dibs MH


Height: 25

Weight: 56

DOB: 2/15/2015

Coat: Liver & White, Medium Dense/Medium Harsh

Bite and eyes: normal 

Hips: OFA Good

Elbows: OFA normal

Thyroid: OFA normal 

CHIC # 134090

Furnishings: Ff

Owned by Meg Eden of Wireswest Kennel in Terrebonne, OR.


Ace is a very talented and stylish upland dog. He is also known for hitting the marsh as a waterfowl dog. He is one of the most cooperative dogs we have ever seen. He actually got a max score 204/204 in his utility test twice. Ace is working towards his AKC Master Hunter title. We have seen him run and judged him in events several times. Ace is built well and runs smoothly he easily got his show conformation championship.  Ace's owner Meg says his claim to fame is never breaking down or being sick his entire life. A trait we all value as dog owners. Ace comes from a great mixture of some of the top field trial and versatile lines. Ace's pedigree is loaded with some of the most well known wirehairs from Bone point, Three Devils, McNalley, Wireswest, Von Duffin and Sure Shot Kennels. Ace has produced several nice litters and we believe he has a lot to offer as a stud for our program. 




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