Show

 

Charlie goes Best in Sweeps at the WCA Winter Specialty!

15284036_1137232632997212_327375334902427261_n

 

Odis wins Select Dog at the WCA Winter Specialty even with his field coat, scrapes and scars!

15338813_1137215909665551_1515676383792801303_n

 

Odis finished in Dallas with his 4th major and a best of opposite

 

 

odis

CH. Brymar’s Ode An Das Haus Der Reiteralm by GCH Camelot’s Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door and Ch Axels Reiteralm Chica V. Kasamar  Odis possesses superb hunting ability and a run that is rarely seen in a show dog.  His intensity on point is excellent and he is highly trainable.  Physically he is very moderate.  He is not over angulated or over done in any way.  He is a very fluid moving dog which is why I feel he is so surprising in the field.  I was not looking for a pup when I took him but I knew the breeding and I knew both pedigrees.  When the opportunity presented itself, I knew how he could benefit my own breeding program in structure alone.  The field aspect, although I knew it was a possibility, was a pleasant surprise.  I see no reason for him not to become a Dual Champion.

We feel that by competing in dog shows we are able to validate the conformation we strive to obtain in the Weimaraner breed.  We have owned and bred numerous champions.  We have had dogs place in their respective show futurities as well as a maturity win.  Although our true passion is in the field, knowing that our dogs can get it done in the show ring solidifies our foundation.  Special thanks go out to Holly McKnight for all of her hard work and excellent handling on our dogs.

Here are a few of our show pics…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>