1999 GV Ch. Winsome's Fettucini v. Cypress
|Ch. Winsome's Paddington Bear|
|Winsomes Albear Einstein|
|1999 GV Ch. Winsome's Fettucini v. Cypress|
|Alator Wendyview Colt|
|Falona DJ Vom Fairfield|
|Brittany Manor v Fairfield|
GSDC of America --- 1996 --- 6 to 9 Puppy Bitch
"In national competition such as this,
to place an 8 month old Reserve Winners Bitch makes a statement of considerable
importance. Not only did I feel that her overall quality was outstanding,
but further, the award of Reserve declared that she is of superior quality
in all ways, age not with standing.
~ Helen Franklin
GSDC of Southern New Hampshire---September 5th, 1998---Best of Breed
"She is poetry in motion at any speed. A gorgeous black
and tan bitch, feminine, long neck sloping into a perfect layback of shoulder
giving her the extension in forehand. A hard driving rear follow through
completes her picture in motion Sound coming and going, Would like to
have sent her around the ring several more times, to watch her gait."
GSDC of America --- 1998 --- Select #4
"A strong, dry black and tan, solid back, high withers, impressive outline. Possibly the most exciting side mover of the bitches. Excellent rear drive and very good follow-through. Lifts in forehand and is somewhat loose going."
~ Edmond Barritt
GSDC of America---1999---Best Opposite Sex to Best of Breed
"A medium pigmented black and tan bitch of excellent proportions. Excellent secondary sex characteristics, strong but feminine. Clean standing front and rear, sound coming and going, sidegait excellent. Excellent outreaching front, hard-driving rear finishes well behind. Back is perfect in motion or standing. Her feet stay close to the ground, front and rear in motion. This bitch is no stranger to me. I put her Canadian Grand Victrix a couple years ago. Because of her age, I thought she might have lost a step, but not so. I liked her even better than in Canada. If I were to change her in any way, I would like to see her feet and pasterns to be ever so slightly better. I congratulate the owners and breeders of his wonderful bitch. You must be very proud."
~ Fred Migilore