1979 Grand Victor
Ch. Schokrest On Parade ROM

1979 GV Ch. Schokrest On Parade ROM

Breeder/Owner: Lorraine Schowalter
~ 1988





1972 GV Ch. Lakeside's Harrigan ROM

Covy's Oregano of Tucker-Hill ROM

Ch. Tucker Hill's Angelique ROM CD
1979 GV Ch. Schokrest On Parade ROM

Ch. Philberlyn's Ovante

Philberlyn's Rhoda of Marin



Ch. Philberlyn's Lyric v Windward



 

GSDC of America---1976---9 to 12 Puppy & Best Puppy


 

May 1978---Winners Dog

"Medium to large black and tan male of good character.  Although coordinated in motion with good ligaments, would prefer a bit more angulation on both ends.  Overall nice.  He carries a nice topline and strong back.  Very alert and masculine.  Outline is pleasing standing and in motion."

-Ed Barritt

GSDC of America---1978---Select #9

"Medium size black and tan with an attractive outline presenting a very nice picture when posed, showing good front and rear.  He is a shade long and a bit steep in croup.  He carries good back and topline and is good in ligamentation.  His movement is coordinated with not quite the extension of the other Selects."

-Ed Barritt

GSDC of America---1979---Best of Breed

"... who also went Best of Breed. He is a 3 1/2 year old medium to large, substantial, very eyeappealing, well balanced and coordinated dog. If I had to fault him, I would like to see a little stronger muzzle and a little longer croup. He is a sound, smooth moving dog and he displayed the kind of a temperament that is expected of a Grand Victor. I hope and wish that he shall contribute his share for the welfare of the breed."

~ Ernest Loeb

January 1980---Best of Breed

"Shown in full coat feathering and joy of life.  A stallion in motion and standing.  Good sex characteristics, bone substance and depth of body.  Well balanced front and rear though could use a little more shoulder but uses it extremely well.  Strong rear assembly, good thrust through loin and back and good opening of the shoulder.  Feet and pasterns strong.  Going away good and reasonably clean coming.  Shown a little heavy but in hard condition."

-Ralph Roberts

GSDC of America---1982---Select #5

"Beautiful medium to large harmonious substantial animal with a very outgoing temperament.  Bit wide in front now and not quite as fluid in motion as the Selects in front of him, (Kismet's Impulse v Bismark, Deannson's On Broadway, Elkovar's Jolly Roger, Wellspring's Ironside) never the less a credit to the Breed."

-Ernest Loeb

1983 Register of Merit Sire

 
Progeny
Dams
Select Ch. Shandee's Primrose Lady
Schokrest Golden Poppy
Ch. Schokrest Daphne DuMaurier ROM
Schokrest Nutmeg
Ch. Schokrest Genuine Risk ROM
Schokrest A Touch of Magic
Ch. Jodeyo's Melody On Parade
Ch. Kingford Harmonie of Jodeyo
Ch. Schokrest Nashville Coke
Char-An's Chauncey
Ch. Ambryanna's Honey Comb
Legendaire's Bumble Bee
Stardust of Parkridge CD, ROM/C
Am/Can. Ch. Camelot of Parkridge
Covy Tucker Hill Benedergale

  Indicates a member of the 13 Club

1984 Red Book

"Harry's exuberance and zest for life is evident to all who have seen him in the show ring. His temperament and mental soundness is a joy to live with. He goes from the living room couch to the show ring as easily as turning a faucet on and off. We consider him a great show dog.

Harry is a medium to large substantial male who at 8 1/2 years of age appears to be younger. He has a high wither, strong back, very good feet and pasterns and is true coming and going. He has very dark expressive eyes, a correct bite and full dentition. He exhibits a good forechest, a strong well arched neck and a nice deep body. He gives the impression of a strong powerful stallion-like German Shepherd Dog."

-Owners/Breeder: Lorraine Schowalter