Best In Group & Multiple Class In Show Winning

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"Louie"

Louie WDC19 MoveFront KR crop

Sire: TEHYA BLAIZE O DESTINY (AI)

Dam: SUP CH TULLACREST CALL ME MAYBE

Born: 2 February 2019

Welcome Louie to the Tullaview crew - our newest member from Ruby's second litter has hit the ground well and truly running!  His easy going nature and goofy antics make him a very easy dog to love, but he has also proven himself a promising youngster by winning Multiple Class In Show (Specialty) and Multiple Class In Show (All Breeds).  On his way to finishing his Australian Championship Title, Louie also became a Best In Group & Runner Up Best In Group (All Breeds) just weeks after his first birthday, finishing off his title at 13 months of age! He has been hip & elbow scored and DNA Profiled.

New Australian Champion March 2020!

Multiple Class In Show wins

Puppy In Show WDCNSW

Louie has had a fabulous start to his show career and we are very proud of his achievements, being consistently awarded at breed and group level.  Some career highlights to date include:

  • Best In Group (All Breeds) winner at 12 months of age
  • Runner Up Best In Group (All Breeds)
  • Puppy In Show (NSW Southern Dist BC Club September 2019 - Saturday & Sunday)
  • Puppy In Show (Working Dog Club of NSW October 2019)
  • Multiple Class In Show (All Breeds)
  • Multiple Class In Group (All Breeds)
  • 2nd Place Minor Puppy Dog (5th Australian Border Collie National, NSW 2019) under Heidi Poschacher (Borderline Country BCs)
PedLouie

Critique from the NSW Southern Dist Country BC Club Sunday Specialty 2019 judge Mrs K Sneath (Vic) reads: "Impressive young dog who stood alone in this class, of excellent breed type and correct proportions. Typical balanced head with parallel planes and pronounced stop. His ears are well set on a broad, flat skull with pleasing expression. He has balanced angulation which he used to the full on the move, maintaining his strong topline. Typical carriage with lowered head and an easy, tireless gait. The picture was completed with a correctly set and carried tail finished with an upwards swirl. I would prefer his bone and feet were more oval. A pleasure to award him BEST PUPPY IN SHOW and I note that he is a litter brother to my MINOR PUPPY IN SHOW winner also. Certainly one to watch."

Critique from the 5th Border Collie National 2019 judge Mrs Heidi Poschacher (Borderline Country BCs) reads: "Eight month old, strong boned, very good frame, top quality, ear carriage could be a bit higher and upper head a bit flatter, underjaw a bit stronger, perfect outline and angles, front could be a bit more sound, wonderful presentation on the move, very promising." Louie was 2nd in Minor Puppy Dog!