Knockout of Merivern ROM

Knockout of Merivern ROM

Breeder: Mary Ann Imhoff 
Owners: Jack & Vicki Roye


 




1973 GV Ch. Scorpio of Shiloh Gardens ROM

1977 GV Ch. Langenau's Watson ROM

Langenau's Quessa ROM
Knockout of Merivern ROM

Schwanzwedel's Madigan

Traveler's Rising Sun

  Traveler's Going My Way
 

1984 Register of Merit Dam

"Knockout of Merivern tops our list of new ROM Dams with 207 point.  This attractive bitch is from an outcross breeding.  She is sired by GV Ch. Langenau's Watson ROM and her dam is Traveler's Rising Sun.

She has produced extremely well when bred to Select Ch. Sequel's Lonnie of Glisando.  This breeding is a long breeding on GV Ch. Hollamor's Judd ROM and on GV Ch. Mannix of Fran-Jo ROM.  Knockout has 2 Champions including 2 times #2 Select Ch. Sequel's Senator of Merivern plus one other winning progeny from Lonnie.  She has two more winning progeny from Emerhiem's Darth of Merivern who is a Ch. Kubistraum's Kane ROM son.  Kane of course is the sire of Lonnie and so once again it is line breeding on Ch. Hollamor's Judd.  Select Ch. Cobert's Reno of Lakeside ROM appears on the sire's side in all the pedigrees."

~Connie Beckhardt & Maryellen Kish

 
Progeny
Dams
GV Ch. Sequel's Senator of Merivern ROM
Ch. Merivern's Superstar of Sequel
Emerheim's Guv'nor of Merivern
Emerheim's Darth of Merivern
Ch Mattrace's Malibu
Ch Prelude of Murphaus
Emerheim's Darth of Merivern

 

1984 Red Book

"Knockout of Merivern or "Kelly" as we call her, was born on June 28th, 1976. She was bred by the successful breeder, Mary Ann Imhoff and was sired by the top producer, GV Ch. Langenau's Watson ROM. Her dam is Traveler's Rising Sun.

"The acquisition of Kelly was somewhat circuitous. Arrangements had been made to purchase her son--at that time a young puppy--who grew up to be GV Ch. Sequel's Senator of Merivern. When the purchase of Senator did not materialize, it was learned his dam might be available, so Kelly came to the South.

We are very proud of our Kelly. She seems to impart a certain type to her young; a predominately dark color, dark eye, good feet, balance in motion, and a capacious body. Most of her puppies are more angulated than she is. She is a sweet, loving, gentle soul. We hope her influence will be felt for many generations."

-Jack and Vicki Roye

 


 



 



 


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1984 Register of Merit Report

"Knockout of Merivern tops our list of new ROM Dams with 207 point.  This attractive bitch is from an outcross breeding.  She is sired by GV Ch. Langenau's Watson ROM and her dam is Traveler's Rising Sun.

"She has produced extremely well when bred to Select Ch. Sequel's Lonnie of Glisando.  This breeding is a long breeding on GV Ch. Hollamor's Judd ROM and on GV Ch. Mannix of Fran-Jo ROM.  Knockout has 2 Champions including 2 times #2 Select Ch. Sequel's Senator of Merivern plus one other winning progeny from Lonnie.  She has two more winning progeny from Emerhiem's Darth of Merivern who is a Ch. Kubistraum's Kane ROM son.  Kane of course is the sire of Lonnie and so once again it is line breeding on Ch. Hollamor's Judd.  Select Ch. Cobert's Reno of Lakeside ROM appears on the sire's side in all the pedigrees."

~Connie Beckhardt & Maryellen Kish

1984 Red Book

"Knockout of Merivern or "Kelly" as we call her, was born on June 28th, 1976. She was bred by the successful breeder, Mary Ann Imhoff and was sired by the top producer, GV Ch. Langenau's Watson ROM. Her dam is Traveler's Rising Sun.

"The acquisition of Kelly was somewhat circuitous. Arrangements had been made to purchase her son--at that time a young puppy--who grew up to be GV Ch. Sequel's Senator of Merivern. When the purchase of Senator did not materialize, it was learned his dam might be available, so Kelly came to the South.

We are very proud of our Kelly. She seems to impart a certain type to her young; a predominately dark color, dark eye, good feet, balance in motion, and a capacious body. Most of her puppies are more angulated than she is. She is a sweet, loving, gentle soul. We hope her influence will be felt for many generations."

-Jack and Vicki Roye