STUD DOGS -- CH. CAPELLA'S MIDNIGHT BLUES
Talk about outcrosses with your stud dog, if any.
Because Memphis has been used so sparingly, and because
he is the result of an outcross himself, there are very
few bitches who are not in his family line. Yet, even
when bred to a line distant from himself, a bitch that
is a combination of Lick Creek-, Highfields-, Twin Creeks-breeding,
the one puppy shown from this litter, Spicerack's Blue
Majic, has garnered eight points in extremely limited
showing, with two major reserves under specialty judges.
Spice Rack Blue Majic
Comment on the virtues of the stud dogs get.
I find that they have the correct balance of foreface
beautiful body balance and outline, arch of neck without
being straight in front, no depth of head, correct scissor
bite with no missing teeth, and dark, almond shaped eyes.
They have correct, tight feet. They are never overdone
or lacking in bone. They are moderately sized dogs and
bitches. As our standard says, they carry "no useless
Ch. Wych's Safe in My Heart
Other comments about the get, including conformation
qualities, temperament, show career, etc.
His get excel in the show ring, just as daddy does. The
get from only five breedings has produced eight American
champions and one Canadian rough champion, with several
others well on their way to their AKC titles. This past
winter and spring, his daughter, Ch. Wych's Safe in My
Heart and he traded BOV and BOS, proving that Memphis
produces as well as himself. His daughter, a repeat on
Ch. Wych's Safe in My Heart, Ch. Be-wych'd Traces of Love,
won the American Bred class at the National in Wichita
this past spring. Also at this year's National, Best Smooth
Puppy Dog was a Memphis grandson.
Ch. Be-wych'd Traces of Love