This just in from Jan George:
"Young Nova has had an exciting spring! At the Lexington Kennel Club All-Breed Match, Nova garnered a Best In Match. That was followed, the next week, by winners dog at the Cincinnati Sheltie specialty on Thursday, and that weekend, a Best In Show at a UKC show. The next weekend, Nova and Willie traveled to Corydon, IN, and were BW both days. With four points in his pocket, young Nova packed his bag and went to Troy, Ohio, to meet his friend Katie Grohowalski. That was a weekend off for Nova before he and Katie hit the shows.
Their first outing, in PA, Katie and Nova picked up his first major, a two point win, and a reserve. The last weekend of June (their second weekend out) , at Lima, Ohio, Nova was BOW under breeder judge Katie Gammill for his second major on Friday. On Sunday, Nova got his third major to finish!! All this transpired in a bit over one month. And this month, Nova will be 21 months old! We are looking forward to seeing Nova at the National with his friend Katie in BOB and with his dad, A/C CH Dury Voe Scottsdale, in the stud dog class. Nova is now American/Canadian and UKC CH Dury Voe Terra Nova and is owned by Willie, myself, and proud breeder Judy Kelsey. "
Fabulous news Jan - what a whirlwind!! Congrats!!
A HUGE congratulations to Jan George!! Her Sable boy "Korey" finished in July of 2012 with a major under judge Linda More--This makes Korey A/C Carmylie Paint The Sky CGC. Korey was shown to his majors by Katie Grohowalski. He was bred by Jean Simmonds and is co-owned by Jan George and Jean..
CKSSC congratulates Willie Larrick and "Rock".
Rock recently finished his American CH and is now CH and UKC GRCH Carmylie Makeit All Terrain NA, NAJ, CGC
Rock was bred by Jean Simmonds and is co-owned by Willie Larrick and Jean Simmonds.
Ch. Rock is shown below.....
A big congratulations also to Jan George and "Korey".
Korey finished his Canadian CH in 2011 with two five point majors--enough points, but not enough judges, for his title, so he had to venture forth once more to get another win. Korey finished in just three weekends (there being a thunderstorm on one day of each weekend--and Korey doesn't believe that dogs should be out in storms) as a warm-up for the more elusive American CH--which he finished the next summer.
Korey was bred by Jean Simmonds and is co-owned by Jan George and Jean Simmonds.