STUD DOGS -- CH. KANEBRIAR CLOCKWISE
Comment on successful outcrosses as represented in
the stud's pedigree.
The outcross of our closely line-bred bitch, Ch. Kanebriar
Jola Jubilee to Ch. Cinderella's Hit The Road, gave
us the improvements we were seeking in the first generation.
"Hit The Road" was a combination of Brandwyne
and Parader lines and was an extremely well-balanced dog
who excelled in stop area and correct front angulation.
The resulting litter seemed to exhibit the best attributes
of both parents, setting body type, coat and profiles.
Kanebriar Confetti was the result of an outcross to Ch.
Wickmere Silver Bullet with our Jubilee. Bullet also excelled
in a clean, well-placed stop, coat and good balance of
body. While we did not get all the desired details in
the first generation, Bullet's notable contributions
to the line became evident in succeeding generations.
The breeding of Prime Minister to Trojans Second Time
Around, whose sire was an inbred son of Ch. Black Hawk
of Kasan, produced two champion littermates who, when
bred together, produced the bitch, Ch. Keepsake When You
Care Enuf. She was bred to a Prime Minister grandson,
Ch. Kanebriar Patriot, to produce the prolific Ch. Kanebriar
Talk about outcrosses with your stud dog, if any.
In the outcrosses made to date, Hogan has proven to be
especially proficient in improving eyes, muzzles, fronts
Ch. Skyview Online
Comment on the virtues of the stud dog's get.
Certain virtues seem to be consistent in his get: long,
lean heads, elegant outlines, profuse coats, sound bodies
with good bone and substance, and good movement. His offspring
also seem to inherit his own steady, fun-loving and outgoing
Ch. Castlebar's Dangerous Beauty
Other comments about the get, including conformation
qualities, temperament, show career, etc.
Only two of Hogan's offspring have made an appearance
at our National Specialty; both won their respective classes.
Ch. Skyview Online won the 12-18 Dog class in Virginia
Beach and Castlebar's Evening Star won the Open Tri-color
Bitch class at this year's CCA in Kansas. Another
daughter, Ch. Castlebar's Dangerous Beauty (see photo
on homepage), has won a number of BOVs in tough California
competition and has made her mark winning a Group 1 and
two Group 3s all before two years of age. Several of his
progeny have won their points and BOVs from the puppy