Ch. Covy's Aida of Tucker Hill ROM

Ch. Covy's Aida of Tucker Hill ROM

Breeders: Doris Estabrook, Cappy Pottle & Gloria Birch
Owners: Eleanor & Andrew Werner





Cobert's Sirocco of Windigail ROM

Ch. Covy's Mazarati of Tucker Hill ROM

1976 GV Ch. Covy's Rosemary of Tucker Hill ROM
Ch. Covy's Aida of Tucker Hill

1972 GV Ch. Lakeside's Harrigan ROM

Covy's Cabernet of Tucker Hill

  Ch. Tucker Hill's Angelique ROM
 

1987 Register of Merit Report

"Ch. Covy's Aida of Tucker Hill is a closely line bred bitch with Select Ch. Angelique of  Tucker Hill in the 2nd and 3rd lines of her pedigree and the Melissa-Lance lines strong.  She produced her 3 Champion progeny and another winning progeny all in one litter to Ch. Stuttgart's Sundance Kid ROM, which is a combination of different bloodlines."

~Connie Beckhardt

Progeny
Sires
Ch. Shamrock of Andrel
Ch. Andrel's Bridget O'Flynn
Ch. Stuttgart's Rooney of Andrel
Ch. Peddacre's Andrel Molly McGee

 

1995 Dams of Distinction Report

"Aida --- named after the grandest opera of them all --- was first described to us in a letter from Gail Sprock. She said, "What the picture doesn't show is her character. She has personality, intelligence, and is both fearless and friendly, with a very showy attitude."

When we first saw Aida in person, she was filled with confidence, and walked like a prima ballerina with long, precise steps. Edie loves people, other dogs, and life in general, and we love her.

She's always had obviouss suspension, and takes a long, effortless stride. She's beautiful in motion. Her temperament is flawless. She's clean coming and going, has an iron back, full dentition, and balck eyes. With all the elegrance of her forebearers, she's very feminine and hard to fault. If you must fault her, she's tad refined. But there's no mistaking that she's a lady."