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GSDC of America---1989---Select #14
"... a beautiful sidegaiting dog with a nice topline. Would like to see a little more masculinity."
~ Betty Razevich
GSDC of America---1990---Select #12
"...another smooth moving, dark male who maintains his outline on a loose lead. Clean."
~ Ed Barritt
1990 Register of Merit Sire
Denotes a member of the 13th Club
"... As I walked across the grass towards Andretti
the first thing I saw was this totally immature animal. He had such long
legs, and a long elegant neck, and a long body, and long ears. In fact,
the very first thought I had was that he looked like a young deer.
He was not a small dog by any means, but a very tall elegant, long boned
dog of great stature. His presence was unmistakable, He had a well chiseled
head, strong ears like steel rods, and a very intelligent, keen dark eye.
He has a beautiful coat and pigment, a well formed croup and tail set,
and a tremendous rear, much like his famous mother. He had the presence
and tight ligamentation of his breed leading father. This dog looked me
squarely in the eye as I approached him in an unflinching attitude. Hmmmm,
nice, I thought, but sure immature. Oh well, I want to watch him move,
as I believed then, and still do, that if they move right they must be
built right. "Take him around" I said, let's see what
"The other dog was working hard, even though it looked
good, he was heavy footed, and massive. Looking back at Andretti, I was
stunned by the effortless, flying trot, truly covering a maximum amount
of ground with a minimum amount of effort, truly flying, truly doing it
like he should, truly one of the great movers in the breed. I no longer
thought about this long limed immature dog as anything but a superstar,
as I had never seen a male move like that. I knew right then, I had to
have this dog, and thus began a chapter in my life that was to take me
to great heights, and extreme lows, things that I could never have know
about at that time..."