Bachman Bay's Harriett Hunrunner
Bachman Bay Harriett Hunrunner
(Bachman Bay’s Bluebill Banger NA 112/I UT 194/II X Bone Point’s Quicksilver NA 110/I, AHAE 157 )
NAVHDA NA 112/I
NAVHDA UT 198/I.
Coat: liver roan, medium harsh/medium dense
Bite and eyes: normal
Hips: PennHip: Rt. 24 Lf .27
Thyroid: OFA Normal
Von Willebrand’s: Clear
Exercise Induced Collapse: Clear
AKC Field trial accomplishments:
Three Rivers Bird Dog Club of Washington -2nd place Open Puppy
German Wirehaired Pointer Club of America – 2nd Place Open Derby
German Wirehaired Pointer Club of America – 4th Ranked Derby Dog 2019
Hattie is a very fast long-legged dog with an insatiable appetite for retrieving. She has more retrieve drive than any wirehair we have owned. Like her dam she is a very loving and friendly dog. She has a fantastic western bird dog coat, not too much coat and just enough beard you know she is a wirehair. She has a lovely high tailed point and a ton of intensity. Hattie’s biggest asset is her nose, ever since the first time we put her on a bird she went to it like there was a rope dragging her there. She points from long distances but knows exactly where the bird is. Hattie really struggled her first season busting birds, However we feel after seeing her learning to handle birds in her second hunting season she may be one of the best hunting dogs we have bred to date. If you put her on the ground in any habitat she will find birds even when the other dogs are struggling. Hattie came from an exceptional litter. Her litter was specifically line bred back to genetics from VC Black Canyon Gin and VC Heidlwolf Benelli on two sides of the pedigree. All of the seven pups in her litter were tested in the NAVHDA natural ability test and they scored a combined average of 110 out of a possible 112, which is a fantastic show of her good genetics. Hattie’s Dam Blue came from a litter that all five of the puppies tested in Natural Ability received 112 prize one maximum Natural Ability test scores. Hattie easily completed her Utility test with a score of 198/204 Prize one at just over 2 years old. She will attend the Invitational in 2022 in New Mexico.