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Collie Club of Long Island

May 20, 2006 -- Judge Lesley Hiltz

Hosted by Ladies Kennel Association of America

Roughs: 1-5 (0-1)
Smooths: 0-0 (2-0)

Rough Best of Variety

Ch. Tartanside Foolproof (Sable/B)
Breeder: John Buddie
Owner: John Buddie
Sire: Ch. Fantasy's Bronze Talisman ROM
Dam: Ch. Tartanside Ravishing
Handler: John Buddie

Rough Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Variety/Best of Winners/Winners Dog -- 1 point

Tartanside Birthright (BBE/Sable)
Breeder: John Buddie
Owner: John Buddie and David Supplee
Sire: Ch. Southands Bowen Island ROM
Dam: Ch. Tartanside Foolproof

Rough Winners Bitch -- 1 point

Tartanside Ballet ( 9-12/Sable)
Breeder: John Buddie
Owner: John Buddie and David Supplee
Sire: Ch. Southland's Bowen Island ROM
Dam: Ch. Tartanside Foolproof

Rough Reserve Winners Bitch

Barksdale Lochlaren Fashion Secrets (6-9)
Breeder: Nancy McDonald and Barbara Cleek
Owner: Nancy McDonald and Barbara Cleek
Sire: Ch. Twin City Secret Ambition
Dam: Barksdale Marleste Fashionista

Smooth Best of Variety

Ch. Beachrose Brec Of Misty Morn PT
Breeder: Margaret Komosinski and Terry Peters
Owner: Margaret Komosinski
Sire: Misty Morn Trial Treasue HSAsd
Dam: Ch. Misty Morn Rose Of Dunguaire PT

Sunnybank was the home of Albert Payson Terhune, renowned dog writer, Collie breeder, and owner, and served as the setting for many of his famous dog stories. Although Sunnybank House was demolished in 1969, over nine acres of the property remain for the public to enjoy. Here you can see Lad's grave, and further up the hill, the graves of Bruce, "The Dog Without A Fault," and Jean. Continue along to the graves of the other Collie greats like Wolf, Fair Ellen, Treve, and Gray Dawn at Champion Rock, stop by the old puppy run, and relax as the Master and Mistress did in years gone by at the Lily Pool or the Evening Lookout and feel the magic of Sunnybank.

SOURCE:, Events, Sunnybank Gathering

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