|Toro of Jeanden|
|1996 GV Ch. Stoneway's Uecker|
|DuChien's Ghia of Langenau|
|2000 GV Ch. Hickoryhill's Bull Durham ROM TC HIC|
|Ch. Pairadice's Huganut (Kid son)|
|Hunde Haus Zoee Rosita|
|Remy's Crystal Rose|
GSDC of America---1996---6 to 9 Puppy Dog
"From a very fine class with 39 present out of the 59 entered. The first four were all beautiful, but this dog was chosen on his ease of movement and overall breed type. Interestingly, he's sired by the new Grand Victor."
~ Kathleen Steen
GSDC of America---1996---Best Puppy
"sired by the 1996 Grand Victor, this puppy male came from the junior puppy class. He is a beautiful moving puppy with a nice stride, and fleet in motion. A very good front and nicely balanced, with a good rear assembly. Very nice puppy back that holds steady in motion. Very nice coming and going. This guy will do well in his coming career. He is a real compliment to his sire."
~ Ralph Roberts
GSDC of Greater Chattanooga---September 7th, 1997---Reserve Winner's Dog
"This is a young dog of just beautiful type.
He is masculine and large. An easy mover with a good period of suspension,
shown beautifully on a loose lead."
GSDC of Northern Alabama---September 8th, 1997---Reserve Winner's Dog
"An exceptional young dog with a high whither, hard back and hard driving rear. Sometimes drives so hard he will have the tendency to lift slightly in front. A very flashy dog with a great show dog attitude."
GSDC of America---1997---Futurity Victor
"An elegant black/tan stallion, great expression, clean front and rear. Starts out lofty (as did Hawkeye) then settles into an outreaching gait with good follow through. Carries a good topline. A willing performer that asked for it."
~ Rosalind Schaefer
Memphis GSDC---March 29th, 1998---Best of Breed
"From a class of very nice Specials made my job difficult,
...or maybe easy. A large black and rich tan male with a beautiful topline,
sensational ground covering gait, with obvious suspension. He has a handsome
head, although I would like a wider scull for this dog's size, dark eye,
full dentition, excellent temperament. Nice short hocks, hard back, excellent
in forehand, traveling close to the ground, with an extremely strong rear
with great follow through. He has a nice long stride. Loved his sparkling
GSDC of Southern Illinois---September 27th, 1998---Best of Breed
"....A medium large, black and reddish tan, in beautiful
coat and superb condition. He had a masculine head, dark eyes and a good
earset. His feet and pasterns were good. From the side his proportions
were correct, his topline, underline, and croup were good. He had fluid
sidegait, reaching well out in front with a beautiful iron back and driving
rear....powerful, but at the same time, effortless. Handled by his owner,
his performance outstanding, his attitude, excellent."
GSDC of America---November 7, 1998---Select #3
"A very stylish black and tan of attractive outline. Back and topline good. A smooth coordinated mover but a bit too lofty in forehand. A consistent performer who showed well."
~ Edmond Barritt
GSDC of America---November 4th, 2000---Best of Breed
"My first impression was of a dog with medium rich
dark black and tan pigment and well-proportioned body structure. His secondary
sex characteristics are well pronounced. He has excellent temperament,
2001 Register of Merit Sire
#3 Sire for 2001~ AKC Point Tabulation
"We are pleased to have Bull appear
in the Red Book again this year as the #4 Futurity/Maturity sire and #3
in the AKC point tabulations. To date, Bull has sired 11 champions,
several of which have continued their show careers as Specials, winning
multiple Bests of Breed and group placements at all-breed shows as well
as Best of Breed at specialty shows. Bull is also making an impact
in the performance ring with many progeny being shown in obedience, agility
and schutzhund. Bull
continues to prove his prepotency for improving backs, rear dive, forehands,
ears and temperament. His progeny typically have beautiful breed
type, excellent bone and good secondary sex characteristics... males a
masculine.. bitches are feminine. Bull continues to produce well
with a variety of bloodlines with only a minimal amount of health problems.
He does not carry the coat factor and, to date, ahs not produced off colors.