2006 Select Excellent
Ch. Utopia's Let Freedom Ring TC


Select Ex. Ch. Utopia's Let Freedom Ring
GS-67032F24M-PI GS-EL15301M24-PI
Breeder:  Kathy Aubrey
Owner: Gary & Patty Szymczak
DOB: July 4, 2001


AOE 1998 GV Ch. Caraland's Unlimited CD, TC, ROM
AOE Am/Can.GV Ch. Survivalís Tuff Decision TC, HT, ROM
Ch. Survival's Cherry Koolaid
Select Ex. Ch. Utopia's Let Freedom Ring
Ch. Jericho's Gatinieau ROM
Ch. Utopia's Paperback Romance ROM
Utopia's Episode v. Bachachers ROM

GSDC of St. Louis, Inc. --- October 12, 2002--- Winners Dog & Best of Winners

"The first words to spring to mind when judging this dog are "ground-covering". This beautiful sable male out-gaits his competition by literally flying around the ring with enthusiasm and authority. Balanced front and rear, he is masculine, with good bone, feet, ear set and lovely expression. He has a correct bite, full dentition and most importantly, displays excellent temperament. "

~ Jamie Walker

Illini GSDC --- February 4th, 2005 --- Best Opposite Sex

"We have a tendency to talk about suspension, ease of motion and condition like it was something that you can see all the time. Well, I guess in the case of the owners of this fine animal they do get to see this daily, a really nice dog."

~ Lew Bunch

GSDC of Louisiana --- Saturday, February 26, 2005 --- Best of Breed

A plush coated, deep bodied masculine sable male that moved with a beautiful outreaching suspended side gait. He floated around the ring with such ease that one could just imagine him working the sheep all day and never tiring. Add to this his prettiness and outstanding temperament, and what a deserving win this was. This dog is an entire package and a tribute to the breed. Just three years old, each time I see him, he gets better and better and better and.. It was an honor for me to be able to present him with the top award. "

~ Helen Franklin


GSDC of America --- October 21st, 2006 --- Select Excellent #7

"This lush, plush, pretty stallion dog moves as though on feathers. He covers the ground easily even with all that body."

~ Helen Franklin


Ch. Pagair's Smokin' Gun