Celebrate the Whippet Breed

M.B. Arthur Scrapbook Page Eleven

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CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

CH. STONEY MEADOW'S ROYAL FORTUNE
and handler Bob Hastings

BEST IN SHOW
Lizard Butte K.C., Idaho
October 11, 1967
Judge, Robert Waters

"Gridley" (Ch. Stoney Meadows Royal Fortune) pictured winning BIS All Breeds under judge Tom Stephenson at Lizard Butte K.C. Idaho. Handled exclusively by E. R. "Bob" Hastings.

BEST IN SHOW
Idaho Capital City K.C.
October 10, 1967
Judge, Phil Marsh

CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

An outstanding representative of the breed! 6 gr 1, over 50 BOB and many gr placements. Sire of champions that are gr winners, and many others nearing title. At stud to approved bitches. Mr & Mrs H.G. Frailey; 26029 Matfield Dr., Torrance, Calif.; Tel. (213) 326-5235.

TWO GROUPS FOR "GRIDLEY"
CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE tops the Group at Ventura Co. under judge Herschel Cox (feft) and one week fater repeats the win at Corvallis, Oregon under judge Nelson Groh (right). Seven days later, Edith Nash Heflerman sefected him Best Hound at Sand & Sea K.C. in New Jersey. "Gridley's" record stands at 85.

BOB, 16 GR 1, 52 GR Placements, 1 Specialty and 3 Aff Breed BTS. Shown by Bob Hastings for owner Joan Frailey, Torrance, Calif.

CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

"Gridfey" wins his 39th BOB under noted judge, Mrs. Ramona Van Court on 3-26-67 at Texas K.C. Handled by Bob Hastings for owners, Mr. & Mrs. H. G. Frailey, Torrance, Calif. This outstanding Whippet's record includes 26 Group Placements of which 6 are Firsts! (TWOMEY photo).

CH. STONEY MEADOWS ROYAL FORTUNE

Top Western Whippet. Winner of 6 GR1, 18 other GR placings, and 33 BOBs. (Pictured here in win of breed at Tucson under judge Thelma Brown.) Owned by Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Frailey, 26029 Matfiefd Drive, Torrance, Calif. 90505, and handled by Bob Hastings.—Photograph by Ludwig


Junior Profile

T HERE is always something special about a boy and his dog, but there is something al ­ most magic about Clare Hodge and "Charlie." They are a team—a winning team. The great skill of this junior handler results in a perfect response from his dog and the total effect is worth seeing. This junior with a Whippet in one of the finest handlers in JS today.

Sixteen-year-old Clare Hodge, son of Dr. and Mrs. Clare C. Hodge of Bryn Mawr, Pa., became interested in handling after attending shows with his parents (owners, breeders, ex ­ hibitors of Whippets). He has been active at match and point shows for two years handling his favorite breed in the regular classes. Clare began competing in JS a year and a half ago under the expert guidance of Franklin T. Hill, a past-Westminster winner. During this short time he amassed an enviable record of JS wins including firsts at Delaware Co., Valley Forge, Newton, Burlington Co. and Salisbury, Md. (2 yrs in a row).

Clare is a sophomore at Harrington High School where he is a member of the chess club, baseball team and the varsity soccer team. He is an able pianist, having studied for seven years. Clare also enjoys collecting stamps. He plans to go on to college and pursue a career in medicine. Also in his future are plans for a kennel and, of course, more shows, and handling.

Clare C. Hodge, Bryn Mawr, Pa" handling his Whippet, SELBROOK ARCLIGHT, to first place at
Delaware County, under Mrs. Ruth Turner. —Brown photo


Mrs. Willard K. Denten of Mount Kisco, New York, and wife of the bank president, sets her clog up for examination, as guest judge of the day, Joan Brearley, explains to the audience the finer points of the sleek racy Whippet, CH. STONEY MEADOWS MORNING GLORY.


Whippets

Champion Westmorland's Kimbrough finished his championship at the Chicago In ternational where he took Winners Dog at 18 months of age. He is owned and bred by Martha Love of St. Louis, Mo.

Homebred, the first champion from a litter of English imported parents, his sire is Palmercross Goldrush and dam is Palmercross Stolen Love. Of ideal size with great soundness, color silver fawn with a black mask, a beautiful mover with no exaggerations. Pedigree lists among famous English champions-Ch. Pilot Officer Prune, Ch. Peppard Pied Piper, Ch. Sapperly Heralder, Ch. Sappery Kinsman, Fleeting Flyaway, Ch. Sweet Pepper of Peppard as well as Ch. Tiptree Silver

Miss Love named her liter after her nieces and nephews. Ch. Westmorelands Kimbrough has four brothers and sisters. The two silver fawns, are called Andrew and Irene. The latter already has eight points to her title. The two golden fawns are Christy - and Charles.


Presented with pride is DRAGONFLY SUGARFOOT, lovely young Whippet. Best in Match, at 11 mos. of age, at Cabrillo KC, Escondido, Calif., judged by Dorothy Sweet. Pictured here at 1 year, going from American-bred to WB and on to BOW under the well-respected Whippet judge, Wm. Houpt. Sugarfoot is sired by the famous Westminster BIS winner, Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth, out of the lovely Ch. Attila's Dragonfly Gypsy. She is owned by Bob and Mar y Robinson, 1579 Elm Drive, Vista, Calif. 92083, and handled by Mary.—Photograph by Ludwig


CH. TUFF OF BLUE BEAVER

Whippet owned and handled by Sam E. Hearn, going BiS at the Lawton-Ft. Sill KC show under j Edward McQuown. Lady at left, holding trophy, not identified. (Alexander photo)



NIMBLEFOOTED HALLA

(Whippet) import, shown winning BB under C. Shuttleworth at Oakland KC 3/4-5. Owned by Dorothy and Walter Matheny, 537 Prospect St., San Carlos, Calif. Handled by Mrs. Matheny. Stillman


HOLLYPARK GOOD LORD CHUMLEY

Promising young Whippet wins BOW at Superstition KC for 5 points under judge Mrs. Lynwood Walton. Handled by Donald W. Walker for owner Roberta J. Walker, 8827'4 Bradley Ave., Sun Valley, CA 91352 (HENRY photo).


GLORY, MEADOWS MORNING GLORY, gorgeous 13-mos.-old Whippet bitch, wins the Hound Group from the classes at Southern Adirondack DC, August 8, under judge Frank Foster Davis. She has since scored a GR2 under Louis Murr, and the breed over Specials under Miss Anna K. Nicholas, and is within one point of finishing. Bred by Mrs. Doris Wear. Owned and handled by M-s. Willard K. Denton, Succabone Rd., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. —Gilbert photo


Owner:
Mrs 0 YERBURG 62 Elsworthy Road London NW3
Phone: Primrose 903

Photo by Studio Ltd

CH GREENBRAE LAGUNA and CH GREENBRAE FREE AS AIR

GREENBRAE WHIPPETS

Wish all their friends a very happy Christmas and the very best of luck i 1964. In 1963 Coveydown Greenbrae Wayfarer and Greenbrae Barn Dance le for America, where both are now faunched on successful show careers. Greenbrae Free As Air is at stud, fee seven guineas. We hope Ch Greenbrae Laguna Lucia wilf have a litter in the spring


CH. SELBROOK HIGHLIGHT

top winning Whippet of 1962, and 8lh rank ing of all Hounds. In two years showing since her importation from England, "Lady" has won 2 BIS and 19 Groups—and even as this was being prepared for press, won the Group at Harrisburg '63. She is owned by Dr. and Mrs. Cfare C. Hodge, Bryn Mawr, Pa., and is handled by Dorothy Hardy.


BEST BRACE, CH. STONEY MEADOWS SEA LARK RTMSKTTTLE SEASHELL, Whippets, owned by Mr. & Mrs. James E. Clark. Judge
Major Godsol, John W. Cross, Jr., Show Chairman, presenting.


CHAMPION
COLONIAL ACRES
KING O'CLUBS

* WHIPPETS
* GREYHOUNDS
* PUPPIES
* STUD SERVICE

BREEDER-OWNER
Walter W. Schenck

COLONIAL ACRES KENNELS
Route #3, Box 252, 5373 Cincinnati-Dayton Road
Middletown, Ohio 45042
Phone: 513-777-5073


ROCKABY TANGAYKA BILL ESTA, C.D., light fawn Whippet, imported and owned by Mrs. William Eltiste of Bifla de Esta K's, made her Obedience title in 3 straight shows: at Reno KC, Sept. 29, 189 pts. under j Roy H. Hatfield; at Redwood Empire, KC, Oct. 9. 198 pts. under j Leighton E. Carnnell; at Mensona KC on Oct. 10, 187 pts. under j Margaret C. Barr. Tanga has also won a leg toward her CD in Canada. She is pictured here at Pacific National Exhibition in Canada, where she went Best Canadian-bred Puppy in Show. Judge. Vincent Perry. Handling, Mrs. Lois Frank.—Powell.


PENNYWORTH KENNELS

PRESENTS

Today . . .

CH. PENNYWORTH MERRIE XMAS

(Ch. Tantivvey Diver Of Pennyworth ex Ch. Pennyworth Burning Dream)
dam — a Fleetfoot daughter

Best Of Breed - Westminster K. C. (from the Open Bitch Class) — 1968

A HOUND GROUP WINNER
co-owned by Calvin G. Perry and Pennyworth Kennels

.. and Tomorrow

CH. PENNYWORTH STARLET

(Ch. Dragonfly's Wingedfoot ex Pennyworth This One Is Mine)
Fleetfoot Son Breeder — Ben Brown Fleetfoot daughter

"Starlet" finished her championship in 8 shows with two Group Pfacements from the classes. Puppies expected in October, 1968.


and whose little dog are you?

 

The caption which appeared un­der the photograph of Ch. Drag­onfly Sugarfoot on page A-98 of the 1967 Annual was incomplete and should have read as follows:

Ch. Dragonfly Sugarfoot

owned and handled by
MARY ROBINSON
1579 Elm Drive, Vista, Calif.


Ch. King O'Clubs

Ch. King O'Clubs is typical of the Whippets who have resulted from a selective Colonial Acres breeding program started in September, 1965. Hasty Lady in Red was the first Whippet in this program. She won her championship with 4 majors from American Bred Class. The current owner handled champions are: Hasty Lady in Red, Hasty Black Pearl, Hasty Jet Stream, Renfield Cinderella, Colonial Acres Black Velvet, Colonial Acres Country Charm, Colonial Acres Touch O'Red, Colonial Acres Bouquet, and Colonial Acres King O'Clubs.

Mr. Schenck handles all of his own dogs and has won show points 93% of the times that he competed, winning many BB and Group placings.

Ch. Greenbraw Barn Dance, and Ch. Highlight Eidolon were also used in breeding.

Colonial Acres Whippets are owned and shown by fanciers from Maine to California, Michigan to Florida: "White Velvet," BW at International, Marysville, Ohio, and Champaign, Tll., Specialties: "Red Flame," received his C.D.; "Royal Knight," a top placement at the racing meet at International in '70 and who, as a puppy won BiM over 538 entries.

Mr. Schenck has started a selective breed ­ ing program for show Greyhounds and has bred to Ch. Aroi Blue Tiger Blues: Ch. Shaunvalley Sportsman; Ch. Downs ­ bragh Royafty and Ch. Newly Hypearion.

The results are: Ch. Colonial Acres Arcus, owned by Mrs. Marjorie McArthur of Santa Barbara , Calif. , and Ch. Colonial Acres Happy Ruler.


Westminster Whippet Line up


CHAMPION HOLLYPARK'S JUST PLAIN GEORGE

This superb young whippet's achievements for 1967 show him to be anything but plain!

  • Finished for his American championship with 2 five point majors.
  • Earned 10 points toward his Canadian championship in two shows.
  • WD at first Western Gazehound Specialty ever held in Canada at Vancouver, B.C. under judge Kay Finch.
  • BOB, GR 2 at AWC supported Renton Washington Show in August.
  • Group III under Mr. Herman Cox
  • Group IV under Mr. R. Cross
    BOB in outstanding competition under noted English breeder-judge Mr. Burrows.

"GEORGE"

is to be campaigned exclusively by Frank Sabella.

Owner: G. Cutter, Highland Kennels
25284 Second Street, Hayward, California 94541


HOLLYPARK'S JUST PLAIN GEORGE
"George" goes WD, BOW for a 5 point major at Santa Clara K.C. under judge Harold Schlintz. He is handled by breeder Dorothea Hastings for owner Gladys Cutter, Hayward, Calif. (BENNETT photo).


CH. EASTON FLEETFOOT CEDRIC
"Cedric" is a beautifully marked good moving Whippet. Shown going BOS at Yuma K.C. under judge Mr. Pym. Owned by Florence Bradburn of Temple City, California.


TOWNE'S NORTHERN MIST

Pictured above, this lovely Whippet bitch goes WB, BOW at Orange Empire Dog Club under judge Theron C. Trudgian. "Misty" is handled by Steve Hubbell and owned by Peggy Wimberly. (LUDWTG photo).


One of the Top Winning Whippets of All Time -Ch. Canyon Crest's Mamie as she scored BTS under judge Chris Shuttleworth at Hoftvilfe, Calif. K.C. Handled by Harry Sangster for owners Mr. & Mrs. Wm. 0. Bagshaw. (KENNEL REVIEW, Dec" 1954).


CH. STONEY MEADOWS IMP OF SATAN,

Whippet, completing her championship with BOW win under judge Alva Rosenberg at Saw Milf River KC, March 12. This lovely typey bitch finished with 3 majors, and at just 12 mos. of age. Owned by Dianne T. Moore, 74 Split Rock Rd., Syosset, N. Y. 11791—Photograph by Gilbert