So nice to meet up again - albeit in the world wide space...
I still love that photo of Kargray Charity - grandmother of our very first Copper born in 1975.
Have you seen the 'newest' Coppersheens? my D-litter bron in April - not high class musicians, more like little devils...
have fun here
of the Swiss Coppersheens
Welcome to the site!
I gladly would get know you better, as I have always liked your breeding. The irish on your profile photo looks amazing, bet you know that too :-))
Hope you will upload some photos of your dogs in your photoalbum soon, and join the discussions sometimes :-)
Enjoy the site!
Greetings, Marta & Sarah
Thank you so much Sue! Your comment made me very glad! Most of the dogs belongs to Kennel Discovery, which I´m proud of beeing a part of. Speak soon! Ps: I also have a husband who is not so fond of dogsshows!!!
good to hear from you, hope all goes as planned! There are not many litters of Irish bred in Switzerland so there tends to be quite high demand - which at least gives you a choice of potential owners. But even then it is never easy...
what is all this about husbands...? Does ANYONE have a husband who enjoys dogshows??? let's start an auction:-))
all the best,
long time no see, hope all went well with your house move I have been in and out of hospital all year, knees and appendix and not finished yet. gemma has had another lovely litter, this time used Bardonhill Bardolino by Anlory, will put some photos of them on in due course
Hi Sharon, Thanks for the welcome. Christchurch in the UK is a small coastal town with a magnificent priory church. Nothing like as grand as your Christchurch! Thanks for your comments. I thought it was time I added some pictures! Sue
Hi! i'm Rui de Carvalho, from Portugal.
Yours setters are so gorgeous. Congratulations!
The Irish are my dreams! It isn't rational, I consider all themes irresistible. I've a Irish One.
He's a beauty Irish setter male from Porto Rio - Portugal, of Pedro Completo Breeder. He’s Ch Portugal, Spain and Gibraltar, but I don't understand anything about expositions.
Mother’s Thendara Joy Ride (also brother of Thendadra Don Corleone) and is Father's Laumidorn Innuendo. Grand Father’s Thendara Kennedy.
Hi there Sue.
Well it seems that we have gone along parallel lines, I have now got another Mad Irish that is by ShChShenanagin Some Might Say Its Bardonhill JW, and my first girl like you, not shown much at Ch level, was Raycroft/Wendover/Brackenfield lines, she did really well at open shows many BOB's and a couple of Best Gundogs a nice start but now........well you can't ask for any more, perhaps the UK title, but Jas has done me proud, and yes we are in Veteran at Crufts this year, and yes how time flies.....Unfortunately I lost all my lines in the 80's with bloat, so went into Akita's of all things, but couldn't leave my first love IRS, Sorry about not remembering that you stood next to me at Crufts, Hey I am an OAP now so the memory isn't what it used to be, well it never was any good anyway..
Do come and see me at my bench at Crufts, we will be having some wine etc, and I hope more people from the site will be there as well..
All the best Dee and the girls
Thanks for your comment, Sue. I know the problem of sorting out the 'stay-at-home' dogs... I had three to see to, as only Glen joined me. Ended up paying more for boarding them than for the course!
I saw all Nigel's youngsters and I must say they are of a wonderful sound type and all so very much alike, you could hardly tell three bitches from various litters apart! And as for movement, well I don't think you see that kind of movement much in the ring nowadays...
Dont know if you will remember me. I used to have an Irish by Correicas Gideon out of a Cornevon bitch "Fyrewych Manhattan"recently joined this site browsing to see if any one from way back was still around. I have another Irish a Danaway who will be 2 at the end of this week, I have started showing again, have met some irish owners that remeber me.
I'm as yet undecided about Crufts but will have to make my mind up soon. It would be great to meet up with you both!
My aunt and uncle June & Dennis Milward are now without any dog of their own but still show a great interest in what I get up to with my redheads! Graham and Karen (hence the affix Kargray) their son and daughter have no setters of their own so it looks as if it is only me keeping up the family tradition...;-))
I see your long overdue championship show judging appointment is scheduled for 2011 - after so many years in the breed it was high time! I am sure you will have a wonderful day.
Would love to keep in touch.
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