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Index

NFC/NAF/FC/AFC Algers May Day,SDX 3


Ch Anns Rickey Boy,CD,BROM 4
Ch Arias Allegra of Colsidex 5
Ch Baht NGreywind Playn The Game, NSD,CGC,BROM 6
Bella vd Reiteralm,CD,BROM 7
Ch Bert vd Harrasburg,SDX,BROM 8
Int/MexAm Ch Bings Konsul von Krisdaunt,CDX,PC,BROM 9
NFC Bitsu von Basha 10
OTCh Broughtmars Samantha P Smog,UDTX,SDX,RDX,VX 11
Ch Burt vd Harrasburg,BROM 12
Ch Colsidex Dauntless Applause, SDX,BROM 13
Ch Colsidex Nani Reprint,JH,BROM 14
Ch Colsidex Standing Ovation,BROM 15
Ch Deals Sporting True Aim II,BROM 16
Ch Dido vom Lechisteinhof 17
Ch Dougs Dauntless von Dor,BROM 18
Fld Ch Duke von Gunston, SDX 19
Fld Ch Fritz von Wehman aus Rockledge,SDX,RDX 20
Dual Ch/NAF/AFC Gents Silver Smoke, CDX,RDX,VX 21
Gerri von Fabian 22
Ch Gourmets Sardar,BROM 23
Ch Grafmars Jupiter,UDT 24
Fld Ch Greta von Kollerplatz 25
Ch Greysport Amazing Grace,UDTX,NSD,RDX,VX,BROM 26
Ch Greywinds Jack Frost,CD,SD,V,BROM 27
Ch Helmanhofs Storm Cloud,UD 28
Fld Ch Jus Jill,SDX,RDX 29
Dual Ch Lady Rebecca of Camelot, CDX,SDX,NRD,VX,BROM 30
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NFC/FC/AFC Laines Thor von Time Bomb 31
Ch Landbees Upland Sabre,BROM 32
2XNFC/FC Lay Back Nic Chopper,SDX 33
Ludwig von Weisenhof 34
Ch Maxmillian vd Reiteralm,NSD,BROM 35
Ch Nanis Cobbie Cuddler,BROM 36
Ch Nanis Master Charge,NSD,NRD,V,BROM 37
Ch Nanis Southern Cross,BROM 38
Ch Nanis Visa vd Reiteralm, BROM 39
Ch Normans Rona von der Reiteralm, BROM 40
Ch Normans Smokey City Heat Wave,JH,NRD,V 41
Dual Ch Palladian Perseus 42
Dual Ch PineGrove Farms Brunhilde 43
FC Redhills Fanfare, RD 44
Dual Ch Redhills Fanny Jo, SDX,BROM 45
Ch Ronamax Rajah vd Reiterlam, BROM 46
Ch Senecas Medicine Man,BROM 47
Ch Shadowmar Barthaus Dorilio,BROM 48
Ch Sir Eric von Sieben, BROM 49
Ch Springdales Rhea vd Reiteralm,CD 50
NFC/4XNAFC/DC/AFC Top Deaugh,MH,SDX,NRD,VX 51
NFC/FC Unserhund von Seiger,SDX 52
Ch Val Knight Ranck,BROM 53
Ch Valmar Serenade v Wustenwind,BROM 54
Ch Valmars Jazzman, CD,NSD,NRD,V 55
Ch Valmars Pollyanna,BROM 56
Ch Valmars Smokey City Ultra Easy,JH,NSD,BROM 57
Weimaracres Kipbirtzel,SDX 58

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NFC/NAFC/FC/AFC ALGERS MAY DAY SDX

SIRE: Fld. Ch. Unserhund von Sieger


DAM: B.K.s Sabrina von Staub
DOB: 5/1/1973

Duffy was a hard running and consistent field dog. His style and intensity handling
birds was a joy to watch. Handled by professional Ken Jellings, he was entered in 161
field trials, placing 112 times and winning 71 times. He earned his AKC Field
Championship in 1976 and his AKC Amateur Championship in 1977. He was the
number one WCA Puppy-Derby in 1974 and 1975. He was also the WCA number one
All-Age Dog in 1977,78, 80 and 81. Winning back-to-back Amateur National
Championships in 1978 and 1979 and the National Championship in 1978 were a
highlight to his career. He was the Weimaraner representative at the AKC Centennial
Dog Show in 1984. He sired the 1980 National Derby and Futurity winner and other
field placing offspring. He was viewed by many to be one of the best Weimaraner field
dogs ever.

Breeder: David Christensen Owner: John G. and Paula Alger

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Am./Can. Ch. Anns Rickey Boy, CD

Sire: Ch. Deals Sporting True Aim II, BROM


Dam: Am/Can. Ch Anns Sidney Sue, CD
DOB: May 8, 1952
In the early 1950s, Ch Annes Rickey Boy and Ann Kepler became the breeds first owner handler
team. Their extensive travels set a new precedent, and they even went north of the border for a
Canadian championship. In those days of benched shows, Rickey and Ann were goodwill
ambassadors for the breed.

His show record is amazing in itself (155 BOB; 116 Group Placements, including 16 first and 37
seconds; two Best Am. Bred in Show; one Best in Show; and 35 Specialty wins). Rick would be
considered a great dog on the strength of this record alone. However, it is in the stud department
that Rick really left his mark. As of now, he is the sire of 26 Champions, with several others who
will surely finish soon. He is the sire of two Group winners. The number of champions in whose
pedigrees he appears in impossible to calculate, but their legions include BIS Am.& Can. Ch.
Shadowmar Barthaus Dorilio, and the winning Champions, Gronbacks Aladdin and Kebbenas
Rudolf of Bear Creek.

Breeder: Mrs. Homer Kepler Owner: Mrs. Homer Kepler

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WCA Hall of Fame
Ch Arias Allegra of Colsidex

Ch Colsidex Nani Follow A Dream X Ch Top Hats Spitfire


DOB: 6/17/93
Breeder: Cheryl Orr & Christopher Buckley
Owner: Judy Colan, Elaine Meader & Joyce Kealoha
In the show ring, Fergie did it all. Finished with three 5 point majors including the 1994
National Specialty. 1995 Best Bitch in Futurity. After the Futurity she went to Stan
Flowers to be campaigned. Less than a month later, she won her first Best In Show. In a
little over 18 mths she made breed history by breaking all records with 27 Best In Shows.
27 Best in Shows
77 Group I - 48 Group II - 27 Group III - 13 Group IV - 211 BOB - 8 Specialty 1 Ntl Specialty
In 1995 she was #1 Weimaraner and #2 Sporting Dog
Her amazing record of winning or placing in the Sporting Group 82% of the time is
another record for the breed.
Bred only once, she is the dam of 3 champions:
Ch Colsidex Seabreeze Bet The Farm, TD, BROM
Ch Colsidex The Farm Carbon Copy Futurity Winner
Ch Colsidex Celebrity of Camelot, JH
Fergie never met a stranger and was a great ambassador for the breed.

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2004 Hall of Fame
Ch Baht NGreywind Playn The Game, NSD,CGC,BROM

Sire: Ch Greywinds The Snowman, BROM


Dam: Ch Bahts CuttinCorners
DOB: 8/24/92
Polo finished at 14 months of age with a Specialty 5 pt major. He was a Multiple
Specialty Winner, Multiple Sweepstakes Winner and Multiple Group Winner. He was in
the Top Ten in 1994 and was Top Producing Sire in 1997 with 11 Champions to his
credit. He was the Sire of 17 Junior Hunters, 2 Senior Hunters, 6 Obedience Title holders
and 7 Futurity/Maturity winners.
His Get have been Top Ten, Group Winners, Multiple Best in Sweepstakes Winners,
Multiple Best in Specialty Winners, Group Winners, Best in Futurity/Best in Maturity
and Top Producing Sires/Dams and BROMs.
His excellent qualities have been passed down, not only to his Get, but to their Get as
well. Among them are 2 Best In Show Winners, Hunting Test, Obedience and Agility
Titlists and Agility Titlists and BROM Sires. One of Polos Grand Get was a Natl
Specialty Winner and #1 Weimaraner who also holds the Breed Record for Number of
Weimaraners defeated.

Breeder: Jill Watson Owner: Ellen Grevatt & Mrs Jack Billhardt

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Hall of Fame 2003
BELLA VON DER REITERALM, CD
BROM

SIRE: Greif v. d. Harrasburg


DAM: Blanka v. Steeg
DOB: 1949?
Bella, a German import, is best known as the foundation of the Reiteralm line. Her German
heritage of hunting talent, structural soundness and trainable temperament has been a priceless
contribution to the quality of the modern Weimaraner. She is in the pedigrees of 70 percent of
the futurity and maturity winners from 1982 to 1990.

She is probably best known through her BROM son Ch. Maximillian v. d. Reiteralm NSD,
whose sixty-two champions stood as a breed record until broken by his own son, Rajah.

Bella is also the granddam of three dual champions, including one that won four national field
championship stakes.

Breeder: Allan Lubic Owner: Virginia Alexander

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WCA HALL of FAME 1994
CH BERT V.D. HARRISBURG, BROM

SIRE: Sieger Arco vd Filzen V


DAM: Siegerin Asta V Bruckberg V rs ms sil W sss spurl tot
DOB: 2/29/1948
A member of the fabled Harrasburg B litter and, quite simply, one of the
greatest Weimaraners who ever lived. Amateur handled in the ring by his
owner, Elvin Deal, with whom he is pictured, he became a champion in
seven shows including winners dog at Westminster when he was 11 months
old. Trained and handled by Chet Cummings, he was the first Weim to win
an Open-All-Age stake against Pointers and Setters and was named to the
1955 Sports Afield All-American Team. He has 17 Field Trial victories and
ran in his last Pointer-Setter trial at 11 years of age, placing third. He was the
sire of 21 Champions including the first dog to be Best In Show in the
United States and he was also the sire of the National Open and national
Amateur All Age Champion in 1953.

Breeder: Max Baumier Owner: Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Deal


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INT/MEX/AM. CH BINGS KONSUL VON
KRISDAUNT, CDX, PC, BROM
SIRE: Ch. Dougs Dauntless von Dor, BROM
DAM: Ch. Bings Krista II, CD, BROM
DOB: 4/16/1974

Always a gentleman in whatever he did, Konsul


excelled in the breed ring, achieved an all-breed
High in Trial, and was a Top Producer. Most of all,
he was a loyal companion his entire life. Bred very
sparingly, he was the sire of 19 champions,
including Top Producers, Ch. Bings Razzmatazz
von Konsul, CD, BROM, sire of 62 champions,
Ch. Bings Galactica von Konsul, CDX, NSD,
NRD, V, BROM, dam of 15 champions, and Ch.
Bings Picante von Konsul, CD, BROM, dam of
10 champions.
My favorite story about Konsul occurred as I
stood at ringside holding another breed. A man
walked up to me and asked if I was the person
who showed a Weimaraner in obedience that morning. When I told him that
I had, he said how much he enjoyed watching him work and how good he
thought he was. He said he couldnt believe every time the judge said exercise
finished, the dog would roll his eyes up to the top of his head. He said he felt
this dog should have won High in Trial, as he thought he worked the best of
any dog he saw that day! I had the privilege of telling him that he had,
indeed, gone High in Trial!

Breeders: Mr. & Mrs. G. Gordon Spencer Owner: Jean White


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NAT. FLD. CH. BITSU VON BASHA

Sire: Ch. Grafmars Jupiter, U.D.T.


Dam: Super Silvers Dusty
DOB: 9/4/1947
Pure Grafmar in breeding and pure bird-dog in performance, Bitsu was
known as The Outlaw because of his stubborn and willful temperament.
His first owners were unable to handle him and place this free spirit
with Joe Lipop who sent him to Chet Cummings for Field training. In
1951 and 1952, Chet and Bitsu won the WCA National Open All Age. He
became one of the breeds most famous trial dogs and proved to be an
excellent sire as well. Among his get was Crested Glade Warrior, the first
Weimaraner to win the National German Pointing Dog Championship.

Owner: J.W. Lipop


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O.T.CH BROUGHT-MARS SAMANTHA P. SMOG,
UDTX, RDX, SDX, VX

Samanthas achievements are awesome: she is the first Weimaraner to earn an


obedience championship, she is the first to hold all AKC obedience and
tracking titles plus all WCA ratings, and she ranked on the top-ten obedience
lists from 1976 to 1981. Samantha won high in trial and high-combined in
trial four times. After finishing the obedience championship, Samantha
retired to do the things she really considered fun and earned additional titles-
TDX, NSD, SD SDX, and RDX.

Owner: Wentworth C. and Irene Brown

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CH. BURT V.D. HARRASBURG, BROM

SIRE: Sieger Arco v.d. Filzen V


DAM: Siegerin Asta v. Bruckberg V rs ms sil W sss spurl tot
DOB: 2/ 29/1948

The third of the Harrasburg B litter to arrive in the U.S., Burt had all the
qualities one could wish for in a Weimaraner. His superb conformation
made him a Best-In-Show dog. Birdy and intense, he hunted with his
master, retrieving birds from the water in the Alaskan snow. Gentle and
obedient with his owners and friendly with strangers, he was never
aggressive with man or dog, but protective and willing to back it up if
needed. An excellent sire, he produced 19 champions, some outstanding
field performers and was the grandsire of Best-In-Show Ch. Graves
Rogue.

Breeder: Max Baumier Owner: Franz Sachse


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CH COLSIDEX DAUNTLESS APPLAUSE, SDX,
BROM

SIRE: Ch. Dougs Dauntless von Dor, BROM


DAM: Shadowmar Winema von Elken
DOB 3/13/1971
Pixie, a multiple Specialty winner and Group winner, is the #4 producing BROM
dam with 12 champions, which include 3 Best in Futurity winners, 11 Specialty
winners, 4 Group winners and a Best in Show winner.
Three of Pixies champions were sired by Ch. Senecas Medicine Man, three were
sired by Ch. Woodhills Gray Hawk and six were sired by her son Ch. Colsidex
Standing Ovation.

Five of her offspring are BROM producers including the #1 producing BROM sire.
Breeder/Owner: Judy Colan

WCA HALL of FAME 1991

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CH. COLSIDEX NANI REPRINT
JH, SD, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Colsidex Standing Ovation, BROM, HOF


DAM: Ch. Nanis Cobbie Cuddler, BROM, HOF
DOB 11/25/1985

Jack was a multiple specialty, group and maturity winner as well as a Westminster
BOB winner. His first points were won at 6 months of age when he was BOW for 5
points at the Yankee Specialty. He was in the Top Ten for several years and earned
his JH in 4 straight hunt tests.
Jacks real contribution to the breed was his ability as a sire. Sire of 54 champions
he is the #5 BROM top producer. An amazing 20 percent of his champions are
themselves BROM top producers. His offspring include: 1 BIS winner, 12
Futurity/Maturity winners, 12 obedience title holders, 9 hunt test title holders and
11 BROM top producers.
In addition to his American Offspring, his frozen semen was used in Australia for
one litter. That litter produced 5 BIS winners which include the all time top winning
Weimaraner in Australia who was a multiple BIS winner and BIS at the Sydney
Royal, the Westminster of Australia over an entry of more than 5000 dogs.

Breeders: Judy Colan & Christine Medeiros Owner: Judy Colan

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CH. COLSIDEX STANDING OVATION, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Senecas Medicine Man, HOF


DAM: Ch. Colsidex Dauntless Applause, HOF
DOB 1/24/1974

A multiple Best in Show winner, Joga was breeder / owner handled


to Top Dog for 1976 and 1977, Jogas reaching, driving gait and
outstanding conformation made him a formidable contender in Top
Sporting Dog competition.

The proof of any dog is in his get and this is where Joga has proved
himself many times over. It is into the 1980s that Joga made his
mark as a producer and has been #1 BROM dog since 1984. His
get are Best in Show, best in Specialty Show, group winners and
placers, as well as obedience titled and field rated.
Breeder/Owner: Judy Colan

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WCA HALL of FAME 1989

CH. DEALS SPORTING TRUE AIM, TT, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Bert v.d. Harrasburg


DAM: Ch. Grafmars Dove
DOB: 8/27/1949
A true legend of the breed. A handsome, showy dog with outstanding
movement. True Aim was the breed[s first big winner. Best of Breed at
Westminster and Morris and Essex in 1952 and 1953 and Best in Show at
Framingham, Mass. in 1953, he was the first Weimaraner to go Best In Show
in the United States.

The sire of 23 Champions including Best-in-Show Ch. Anns Rickey Boy, the
grandsire of Best-In-Show Ch. Von Gaibergs Ord and the great-grandsire of
Best-In-Show Ch. Graves Rogue and Best-In-Show Ch. Shadowmar
Barthaus Dorilio.

Breeder: Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Deal Owner: Mrs. Grace Crafts
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CH. DIDO VOM LECHSTEINHOF
C.A.C.J.B

SIRE: Mumm a.d. Wulfsriede (Germany), J, 1a, sss,


DAM: Hella v. Eisenhut (Austria), J,2
DOB: 7/6/1949
Ri was imported from Austria at age two. He went on to finish his
Bench Championship easily in the United States, but his greatness
came from his hunting ability. At the time of his death American
Field gave these statistics: of the Top 24 outstanding Weimaraner
studs in America, seven of them are Dido and his offspring. Ri has 84
recorded progeny wins and has sired 19 winners. Of the total recoded
progeny wins of 980 for the 24 dogs, 408 are Ris and his offspring,
which is 42% of the total.

Breeder: Johann List Owner: Clarence H. Schukel


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CH. DOUGS DAUNTLESS VON DOR
BROM

SIRE: Ch. Shadowmars Barthaus Dorilio, BROM


DAM: Normans Nuther Nina
DOB 3/9/1966

Daunt was Best In Futurity at the 1967 Eastern Futurity. He was #1 Weimaraner in 1969
and was on the Top Ten for 3 years. His show record was 105 Best of Breed wins, 10
Group One wins and numerous Group placements and Specialty Show wins.
Daunt's impact as a sire is still felt today. He is behind a majority of today's top winning
and top producing sires and dams. He was the sire of 52 champions which included 2
Best In Show winners and 3 Futurity winners. The best evidence of his influence on the
breed is his 17 BROM progeny (almost 1/3 of his champions).
Daunt produced sons that could produce but the ability of his daughters to produce is
unmatched to this day. He is the sire of 11 BROM bitches, more than any other sire.
Breeder: Doug Kline Owner: Frank Sousa

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FIELD CH. DUKE VON GUNSTON, SDX, RDX

SIRE: Sirius of Beaconfield


DAM: Cocoa Von Shorian
DOB 3/7/1957

Duke was an AKC field champion as well as an American Field champion. He was
the winner of the WCA National Open Derby in 1958 and the WCA eastern Open
in1968. He also won the WCA National championship in 1968.

He was campaigned sparingly until the age of ten when he was leased by R. H.
Snyder. He was taken to his National wins by Professional Ken Jellings of
Austinburg, Ohio.

Duke was the sire of the 1970 WCA National Open Champion, FC Newbury
Renegade Lady,

Breeder: Raymond P. Kuhn Owner: Tom & Marilyn Taylor


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WCA Hall of Fame 1991
Fld. Ch. Fritz Von Wehmann, SDX, RDX

SIRE: Ch. Cuno v.d. Harrasburg (Imported)


DAM: Pinky of Rocklege
DOB: March 3, 1952

Considered by many to be the greatest Weimaraner Field trial Dog of


all time, big, hard running, side ranging, Fritz was famed for his style
and intensity. Handled by Chet Cummings, Fritz gained his AKC
Field Championship in three Pointer-Setter trials. He scored 84 Field
Trial placements in his career including 49 firsts and seven
Championships. In 1953 he won the National Open Derby and the
National Amateur derby. In 1956 he was the Nati9onal Open
Champion. He was the winner in 1957 and the Champion again in
1961, when nearly ten years of age. He was also named Champion at
the Eastern in 1958 and the National Amateur in 1958 and 1960. A
producer of both bench and field champions, he was exerted
enormous influence on the breed.
Owner: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wehmann
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DUAL CH., NAFC, AFC. GENTS SILVER SMOKE
SDX, RDX, VX

SIRE: Ladivs Silver Gent


DAM: Johnny Ginny
DOB 3/24/1970
1975 WCA National Amateur All-Age champion. WCA Top Ten All-Age dogs
1975 and 1976. Weimaraner Club of Greater St. Louis Top All-Age dog 1974-76.
Smokey ranked #1 field dog WCA August 1976. Top conformation sire 1972-73.
Smokeys bench championship included two consecutive 4-point majors. He was
exclusively amateur trained and handled. His field career included wins at the
Eastern and Mid-Atlantic Classics. He amassed more than 60 wins during a seven
year field trial career.
Although bred sparingly, he was the first Weimaraner dual champion to sire a
second generation dual champion, DCh. Show Me Silver Shadow. Smokey was also
the sire of multiple bench and field champions
Breeder: Mildred Ferguson Owners: Alfred H. Miller & Eleanor Miller

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WCA HALL of FAME 1993
FIELD CH. GERRI VON FABIEN

SIRE: Fabien
DAM: Afra v. Nordwald
DOB 7/13/1953
Gerri was twice winner of the National Open Championship (1955 and 1958). He
was not campaigned in between these except for comeback trials prior to the 1958
Nationals.

He won the National Amateur Derby in 1954 and the Northern California Open All-
Age at 17 months.

Gerri won the 1955 inaugural Mid-America winners stake at just over 2 years. This
was the predecessor stake to Mid-America Championship, which he won (title
withheld) in 1959.

Breeder: Loris C. Frazer Owners: Mrs. Adelaide L. Frazer & Joseph Albanese

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WCA HALL of FAME 1991

INT. CH. GOURMETS SARDAR BROM

SIRE: Ch. Dok of Fairway


DAM: Ch. Silver Linda V Feldstrom, UD
DOB: 5/ 30/1954

CH Gourmats Sardar became the breeds fifth BIS winner in the late
1950s.Fritz was the smallest puppy of the litter and was sold as a pet. For
one reason or another, the home did not work out, nor did the subsequent
ones. The third time Frits returned, Erma decided that the dark gray puppy
was fated to be her dog, and his fine show career proved the wisdom of her
decision.

Handled by Dick Cooper to 115 breed wins, Fritz went on to many group
placements as well as 3 American and 2 Canadians BIS wins (1958-1961) He
captured the breed at Westminster in 1958 and 1960 (top winning
Weimaraner those years) at the Chicago International in 1959, 1960 and 1962
and the 1960 National Specialty. Fritz is a BROM sire of fourteen
champions.
Breeder: Erma E. Muster Owner: Erma E. Muster
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CH. GRAFMARS JUPITER, UDT

SIRE: Grafmars Silver Knight, CD


DAM: Aurav. Gaiberg, CD, BROM
DOB: 11/1/1941

Jupe was the first UD


Weimaraner (and UDT also).
Margaret Horn describes him
as excessively protective,
eager, brilliantly intelligent,
spirited and bold.
Weimaraner field trials did not
occur until Jupiter was past
his prime. However, he passed
the above traits on to some of
the more outstanding field
dogs of the next few
generations. Among others, he
sired Ch. Deckers Misty
Marvel, Ch. Grafmars Dilly
Dally, and FC Bitsu von Basha, Ch Debars Platinum Specter and
Ch. Count von Houghton.

Breeder: Margaret Horn Owner: Helen Peck


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AKC & AF FIELD CH. GRETA VON KOLLERPLATZ, SDX

SIRE: Ch. Alf von Luckner


DAM: Gretchen of Lakelands Star
DOB 6/24/1957
Greta was the first Weimaraner bitch to attain both AKC and AF field
champion- ships. She competed successfully with her big run and
intense point in all-pointing breed trials and won the Western
Championship in 1962.
She is the foundation dam of Redhill, having produced show champions,
field champions, and top-winning puppy and derby winners with show and
field futurity wins.
Greta was bred only three times, each litter gave us outstanding
Weimaraners.
Breeder: Herbert Hoon Owners: Ted & Lori Jarmie
WCA HALL of FAME 1991

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Ch. Greysport Amazing Grace,
UDTX, NSD, RDX, VX, BROM, TDI
Grace was the puppy that did not exist! Despite two prenatal x-rays by two excellent
vets, I was told that her dam, Ch. Hoot Holllows
Firefly, CD, TDX, V, was not pregnant. But I knew
otherwise. Grace was delivered into my waiting
hands on May 9, 1983. Since she was a singleton
and delivered by caeserean section, the anesthesia
took its toll and I fought 24 hour a day for ten days. I
tube fed, stimulated and held her and above all,
WILLED her to live!
And LIVE she did! Gracie spent the rest of her
days making me HAPPY and PROUD!
She was certified for AKC TD entry at 16 WEEKS
of age. She earned her TD in her FIRST test at six
months three days. Then on to TDX. She earned her
TDX title in her first test at the second National TDX
test in Ohio. She was only 18 month old at the time.
In her lifetime, Grace followed 48-hour-old tracks
with ease, and once found a starters pistol in a 50-
acre corn field because I asked her to.
The obedience titles came easily, too, although
Grace found obedience a bit boring. She earned her
CD with five straight qualifying scoresall with class placements. Her CDX came in
four showsfive months later. Then her UD seven months later in only four attempts. I
campaigned her in obedience for two years, and she remained in the Top Ten both
years. And, I feel that if Gracie had actually been fully awake during this period, we
couldve earned an OTCh title! Her average score was about 190.0, so she remained,
at least, semi-conscious throughout the whole ordeal!
Her field ratings were more exciting for her. She earned an NSD, NRD, RD, and an
RDX all within a years time.
Gracie excelled in the whelping box as well. In only two litters in two consecutive
years, she produced five champions, three CDs, two CDXs, four TDs, four NRDs, four
NSDs, one RD, two JHs, one SH, and three Vs. Both of her litters were born on
January 20th.
There has not been a day since then that I havent missed her! She was TRULY an
AMAZING dog.

Breeder/Owner: Judith K. Thompson


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Am. & Bda. CH. GREYWINDS JACK FROST
CD, V, CGC, BROM

SIRE: Am/Can Ch. Colsidex Standing Ovation, BROM HOF


DAM: Ch. Greywinds Ashley Frost, CD
DOB 11/6/1981
Brae was the light of my life and a breeders dream come true. He finished his championship at
10 months with four majors. He did not start his specials career until he was almost three and a
half years old, as his sister matured before he did and he had to wait his turn.

He not only proved himself as a top show dog but also as a top producer. He was on the Top
Ten list 1985 through 1989. Brae is the winner of 3 All-breed Best in Shows, 2 National
specialties, 26 Specialty Bests, 18 Group Firsts, 46 group placements and 167 Bests of Breed.
He also won Best of Breed three times in a row at Westminster Kennel Club Show, placing
third in the Sporting Group the first year.
Brae is the number four all time Top Producing sire. He has sired 63 champions. One of those is
Am/Can Ch. Normans Greywind Phoebe Snow, JH who broke the Best in Show record that
stood for 32 years. Brae has sired dogs who attain not only championships but Field Titles,
Obedience Titles and BROMs. He was the sire of Ch. EBs Red Hot Seabreeze UDX, JH,
NRD, VX, the first Ch. OTCH in the breed. Brae truly left his mark on the Weimaraner breed.
Breeder/Owner: John & Ellen Grevatt

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WCA HALL of FAME 1998

Am & Can CH. HELMANHOFS STORM CLOUD, UD

SIRE: Grafmars Ador, CD, BROM H.R.


DAM: Silver Blue Sue, BROM-H.R.
DOB 3/7/1946

Stormy and his devoted mistress really put their best foot forward, showing the marvelous
training adaptability of the Weimaraner. Over a four year period Stormys record is still
awesome! 61 BOB; first Weimaraner to win Canadian Reserve Best in Show; first to win Best
Brace in Show with son Ch. Helmanhofs Uhlan.
All of the preceding was incidental to the following; CD, CDX, UD, 10 times top scoring in
show with 3 perfect scores. Two time winner of the Kubel Memorial Trophy. Three times Best
Obedience Brace in Show with Wave of Mortgaged Acres. Stormy won firsts from New York
to California to Florida.
Sue and Stormy gave obedience exhibitions starting in 1948, among which were such
prestigious events as Madison Square Garden in 1949, the Polo Grounds, Yankee Stadium, New
Yorks SPCA Training Club and many Kennel Club shows.
In Feb. 1952, while in N.Y. City for an exhibition at Westminster, Stormy jumped a hedge in
Central Park. It was deceptive for the ground sloped upward beyond the hedge, however, there
was a sheer cliff dropping 24 feet to a narrow road beyond the hedge. Stormy was severely
injured. He recovered but his exhibition days were ended.

Breeder: Hasel Lampkin Owner: Mrs. Helms Crutchfield


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FIELD CH. JUS JILL, RDX, SDX

SIRE: FCh. Duke von Gunston, SDX, RDX


DAM: Cocoa v. Shorian
DOB 4/18/1959

On April 14, 1962, Jus Jill, not yet three years old, took a major step
forward for her breed by placing first against 17 German Shorthaired
Pointers in an AKC Open Gundog Stake and at the same time attaining her
field championship.

Jill was just 19 months old when she romped to a third place against a 19
dog entry at a pointer and setter trial. Jill continued her winning ways by
accumulating all of her puppy and derby points in either Open or GSP
stakes.
Breeders: T.E. & Marilyn Taylor Owner: Harry D. Curtis

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WCA HALL of FAME 1990

DUAL CH. LADY REBECCA OF CAMELOT,


CDX, SDX, NRD, VX, BROM

SIRE: Sues Sir Lancelot, UD, NSD, RD, V


DAM: Lady Guinevere of Ekselo, NSD
DOB: 11/10/1987
Becky was an extremely intelligent and versatile dog as well as a wonderful companion.
Her obedience titles were a snap with a CD at six months one week of age and her CDX at
fourteen months. She was on the Top Ten Obedience list as well as on the Top Ten field
list.
Becky was completely owner/amateur handled to all the points needed for her field
championship. She handled very kindly, was a natural bird dog and never needed a
correction. At twelve months of age she won both the open derby stake and open gun dog
stake (retrieving) to capture the record of the youngest dog to win an AKC gun dog stake.
She was on the Top Ten Field List for four years with over 60 placements to her credit.
As a producer she is one of two ever BROM duals in the history of the breed, with the
distinction of the highest pointed and the producer of the most champions. She is also the
breeds only dual dam of a dual daughter (Dual Ch. Lady Athena of Camelot#1 Field
Dog, 1986). Her other daughter, Lady Sarah of Camelot was also #1 Field Dog (Derby) and
Top Producing Dam two different years.

Breeders: Glenn Thomas and Ellen OLeske Owner: Susan Thomas


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NFC, FC, AFC LAINES THOR VON TIME BOMB, SDX

SIRE: Brought Mars Timebomb v Tor


DAM: Mikesells v Maggie

Thor made breed history by winning all four of the


Weimaraner Club of America National Field events:

1981 Mid-America Championship


1981 National Open Championship
1982 Western Field Classic
and
1982 Western Field Classic

Owners: Gorden and Shirley Hansen

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WCA HALL of FAME 1998
CH. LANDBEES UPLAND SABRE, BROM

SIRE: FCH Landbees Upland Pro, SDX


DAM: Cara von Dielesfeldt
DOB 10/1/1961
Sabre was the sire of eight bench champions, three of them in the Top Ten
in conformation: Ch. Nanis Silver Slate, NSD, NRD; Ch. Landbees
Upland Tiger; and Ch. Silver Max V.

He was the sire of Dual Ch. Parons Bingo and Ch. Petersons Grosse
Hanzel CD, RDX.Hanzel had earned seven field points.

Sabre was the winner of Northstar All Around Day many times.

Breeder: Leonard C. Jones Owners: Bernice & Lloyd W. Olson

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WCA HALL of FAME 1989

2XFC LAY BACK NICK CHOPPER, NSD, NRD, SDX

SIRE: Fld. Ch. Mile Hi Caspar v. Gip


DAM: Gandalf Lay Back LC Smith
DOB 5-12-85
Lay Back Nick Chopper won the Western and Eastern Classic Puppy Stakes as well as the Bud Epperson
Memorial Puppy Stake-American Field All Breed. He also won the Cimarron Shooting Dog Derby Stake-
American Field All Breed and the Western, Mid American, Eastern and the National Derby. He is the only dog
to date to have done so. He was 2 X Mid-American All Age and in 1988 and 1989 he was a National Field
Champion.

He was the sire of NAFC/FC/AFC Snake Breaks Sgt Schultz the current living leading sire of Field
champions. His get includes 4 FC, 2 AFC, 2 Field Futurity winners and many futurity placements, a dual
Champion and several offspring very near completing FC and DC. He is also the #4 Top Producing Sire

Breeder: Kay Love Owner: Charlie & Sue Williams

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LUDWIG VON WEISENHOF

SIRE: Ch. Ludwig von Dottlyle


DAM: Silver Blue Lupe
DOB 4/15/1952

Jake had 32 plus field trial wins including the 1955 Eastern
Championship, second in the 1956 National German Pointing Dog
Championship, winner of the 1956 Western Championship and 1957 Mid-
America Open, runner up at the 1957 National Championship plus others.

He was a member of the Sports Afield All-American team for three years.
Jake sired Oliver von Schoenhausen who was third in the 1957 Futurity and won the 1960 National
Championship. Jake also sired several National Open Derby placers.

Breeder: George H. Wyse Owner: Dr. James B. Oliver

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WCA HALL of FAME 1991

CH MAXIMILIAN VON DER REITERALM NSD,


BROM

SIRE: Ch. Val Knight Ranck, BROM


DAM: Bella von Reiteralm (imp.)
DOB: April 12, 1961

His breeder, Virginia


Alexander, repurchased Max at
the mature age of five years. He
tipped the scales at 122 pounds,
and had no formal training. Once
reduced, Max finished his show
title with specialty wins. Bred to
no more than 19 different
bitches, Max produced 62
champions. He was the first
Weimaraner to produce ten
futurity winners. He sired two
National Specialty winners and
was the proud father of three
BIS winners and two Dual
Champion sons. Maximilian has
been the WCAs top producing
of bench and field titles in combination for a period of 15 years.
Today, however, almost two-third of Americas last 26 BIS winners
carry the genetic stamp of the re-cycled, fat old dog that made
good!

Breeder: Virginia Alexander Owner: Virginia Alexander


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CH. NANI'S COBBIE CUDDLER, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Nanis Master Charge, BROM


DAM: Ch. Nanis Cascade von der Reiteralm, BROM
DOB 3/19/1982

Cuddles was the dam of 15 Champions, all sired by Ch. Colsidex


Standing Ovation, BROM.
Seven finished in 1987, which made her Top Producer All Breeds.
Seven of her get have earned their BROM and she has many
Group, Specialty, Futurity and Maturity winning offspring.
Cuddles dam and grand dam have produced 12 Champions each.

Breeder: Christine Medeiros-Grisell Owner: Christine Medeiros-Grisell

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WCA HALL of FAME 1996

CH. NANI'S MASTER CHARGE, BROM

DAM: Ch. Nanis Soul Sister, BROM


SIRE: Ch. Reiteralms Rio Fonte Saudade, BROM
DOB 7/24/1979
Clout, was a littermate to the #1 Weimaraner, Ch. Nanis Visa von
der Reiteralm, BROM and was the #1 Weimaraner for 1982. He
was a multiple Group and Specialty winner.

He excelled as a producer with Group winning, field trial winning


get. Clout had multiple Versatile Excellent offspring and sired a
Dual Champion.

Breeder/Owner: Christine Medeiros-Grisell Owner: Betty Oelsen


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NATL/AM CH NANIS SOUTHERN CROSS BROM
SIRE: Am/Can Ch. Arokats Legionnaire, BROM
DAM: Ch. Forshado Nanis Crystal Vision, BROM
DOB: 4/ 5, 1988

A wonderful dog, a loyal


companion, Nanis is not the same
without Cross in the drivers seat
watching all that happened at his
home! Those of us who knew him
well always loved the way hed
greet us after months of not
visiting. He never forgot us, and
well never forget him. A great
friend and companion dog, but his
legacy and his fame will be vested
in his offspring:
83 Champions, .9 BROM dams,7
BROM sires; along with one BIS,
6 Futurity winners & 5 Maturity
winners plus 12 CD, 11 JH, 2 TD,
2 CDX.
He was Top producer 1996 and 1998; but he also was a show dog
as a youngster and as a veteran. Cross won in tough, large
competitions. Multiple years on the Top 10 Breed List, BOB WCA
National Specialty (youngest National Champion at less than 14
months old) and BOB from the Veteran Class National Host
Specialty BISS at Yankee WC (entry of over 200).

Breeder/Owner: Christine Medeiros-Grisell


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CH. NANIS VISA VON DER REITERALM, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Reiteralms Rio Fonte Saudade, BROM


DAM: Ch. Nanis Soul Sister, BROM
DOB 7/24/79
Visa was the #1 Weimaraner in 1980 and 1981. She held the Best
in Show record for many years and was the youngest BIS winner in
breed history.

She retired at two and one half to become a mother. She was the
dam of 10 puppies sired by Ch. Colsidex Standing Ovation, BROM
and 9 finished their championships.

One of Visas sons, Ch. Nanis Hawaiian Punch, BROM went on to


be the #1 Weimaraner in 1984 and a Best in Show winner.

Breeder/Owner: Christine Medeiros-Grisell Owner: Betty Oelsen


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CH. NORMANS RONA VON DER REITERALM
NRD, SD, V, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Graves Rogue


DAM: Shadowmar Valentress
DOB 4/10/1965

One-of-a-kind, Rona is the mother of a Dual Champion and mother or grandmother


of five National Specialty winners and five different Best in Show winners.

Rona is in the pedigrees of 65 percent of the Futurity and 68 percent of the Maturity
winners from 1982 to 1990.

The Diamond Certificate was presented to Rona by Show Dog magazine for
producing twenty or more champions. She is the eighth bitch of any breed to qualify
for this honor.

Breeder: Norman LeBoeuf Owners: Virginia Alexander & Saundra C. Watson

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CH Normans Smokey City Heat Wave,JH, BROM

SIRE: Ch Valmar Smokey City Ultra Easy,JH


DAM: Ch Normans Frostyroy Colleen
DOB: 2/6/1988

Allie was the number one Weimaraner in the USA and the Pedigree Winner
in 1990 and 1991. She was the number one Weim in Canada in 199? And
number one All Systems in 1991. She holds the Canadian Finishing record-36
hours by going BIS in her first show, winning the Canadian national that
evening and then going BOB and Group 1 the next morning.
She was the WCA National Specialty Winner in 1991 and 1992 and holds the
WCA Breed Point Record-2019 points in 1991. She won 43 BOBs, 53
Group Placements (15 firsts) and 1 All-Breed BIS.

In 1996 she was the WCA Top Producing Dam. She is the Dam of 14
Champions including 2 futurity winners from one litter and a National
Specialty Winner.

Breeder: Norman LeBoeuf Owner: Tom Wilson & Ronna Katzin

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Dual Champion Palladian Perseus

SIRE: Ricki of Rockledge


DAM: Ch. Debars Platinum Pallas
DOB: 2/8/1950

The pride of Pete and Dot Ogilvie, King compiled an impressive record in
WCA National Field Trials, where he recorded five of his ten placements - all
of the five blue ribbons. After topping the National Open Derby Field in
1951 and gaining his Bench Championship a year later, this remarkable dog
reached the pinnacle in 1954 by capturing the inaugural WCA National Open
Championship recognized by American Field, in the process becoming the
breeds first Dual champion. In addition to these laurels, King also was the
first dog to retire a National Trophy, taking firsts in ten Amateur All Age
stakes of 1952, 1955 and 1956. Son of the 1959 National Open All Age
winner, King in turn sired FT Ch. Grafmars Kings Aide, titleholder of both
the 1959 Open and Amateur Championships. Overall, his producing record
lists 19 winners with 74 recognized placements.

Breeder: Mrs. Donald S. Bullock Owner: O. W. Ogilvie

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Dual Ch/NAFC/NFC Pine Grove Farms Brunhilde

SIRE: FC Elsmeres Baron, SDX


DAM: Dulcimers Way-Up Susiana
DOB: 3/ 31/1960

Brunis dam, Way-Up Susiana was a daughter of


FC Fritz von Wehmann. Since my husband and I
were both interested in hunting, we bred her to
Elsmeres Baron, a son of Fritz. While on vacation
we boarded Bruni and her littermate with Chet
Cummings, who had also trained their dam with the
understanding to see if they had any hunting abilities.
Chet suggested that we should enter them next month
in a field trial. We said what is a field trial? Both
puppies placed first and second and we were hooked.
Bruni won several derby stakes, including the
Central and at her first WCA National Open All-Age in 1963, the judges said in
their critique that this was the dog they were looking for, but after 45 minutes she
and her bracemate quit running.
I took her home. In the spring and summer of 64 I ran her every morning on wild
birds on Nantucket with a friend of mine, George Ward, and his English Pointer
bitch, Streak. In the fall of 64 we won the WCA National Amateur
Championship. Bruni won the National Open All-Age in 67, the Eastern Classic in
68. She also became an AKC field champion.
Another friend of mine persuaded me to show her in conformation. At the age of
six she finished in 10 shows, with four majors, going Best of Breed over top-
winning specials.

Breeder: Herbert C. Heller Owners: Mr. & Mrs. Herbert C. Heller

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3/Fld Ch Redhills Fanfare, RD

SIRE: Lueger von Langegrat, SDX


DAM: Dbl Fld Ch Greta V Kollerplatz, SDX
DOB: 5/20/64
Fanny represents a strong and important link in a successful line of dual purpose dogs.
She is the daughter of Hall of Fame FC Greta von Kollerplatz and the dam of Hall of
Fame Dual Ch Redhills Fanny Jo. Her progeny include a number of Dual Champions,
Champions and Field Champions.

She was campaigned fearlessly across the country, taking on all competition on their grounds
and their birds and produced the following record:

Winner of the WCA Mid America Open Championship -1970


Winner of the WCA Western Open Championship 1971
Runner-up WCA National Open Championship 1969
Runner-up WCA Eastern Open Championship 1965
Top Ten Field Dog for several years
Fanny earned respect for the Weimaraner by placing in all-breed trials including Pointer-
Setter trials. During her career she accumulated 41 field wins.
Breeder Owners: Ted & Lori Jarmi, Redhill Kennels

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Hall of Fame 2003

DUAL CH. REDHILLS FANNY JO, SDX

SIRE: Ch. Redhills Satellite, SDX


DAM: 3x Fld. Ch. Redhills Fanfare, RD
DOB 4/28/1972

Fanny Jo placed first in the National Field Futurity and National Open Derby
Classic. She was WCAs Top Puppy & Derby (Top Ten Competition). She finished
her show championship, defeated only once, and has BOB wins. She finished her
field championship in two consecutive weekends, to become the youngest Dual.

Campaigned in a limited way, she has represented her breed well by placing in all-
pointing-breed stakes. Fanny Jo was runner-up at the National Championship
in1976.

She is the double granddaughter of the matriarch of Redhill, Greta, and is the third
generation of field champions produced through selective line breeding.

Breeders: Ted and Lori Jarmie Owners: Ted and Lori Jarmie
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WCA HALL of FAME 1991

CH. RONAMAX RAJAH v. d. REITERALM, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Maximilian von der Reiteralm, NDS, SD, BROM


DAM: Ch. Normans Rona v. d. Reiteralm, NRD, SD, BROM
DOB 2/28/1968

Known for his free floating, true movement and stylish showmanship,
Rajah, with the expert help of his handler Stanley Flowers, earned more
show honors within breed history than any other dog to that time, with the
exception of his own double grandsire, Ch. Val Knight Ranck.

Breeder: Virginia Alexander Owner: Virginia Alexander

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WCA HALL of FAME 1991

American & Bermuda


CH. SENECAS MEDICINE MAN,BROM

SIRE: Ch. Gronbachs Aladdin


DAM: Ch. Eilatans Karlrise Seneca, CD
DOB 6/29/1965

Doc finished at 14 months going Best of Breed from the classes at Cleveland in
1966. Known for his elegance, movement and outstanding topline, he went on to
win over 100 Best of Breeds and numerous specialties and group placements. He
was twice Best of Breed at Westminster.

Doc was used sparingly at stud. Sire of 27 champions, he is ranked in the Top 10
BROM producers . He was the sire of 3 Best In Show winners. A record for the
breed.

Breeders: William & Elizabeth Hammond Owner: Elizabeth Q. Hammond

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WCA HALL of FAME 1989

Am. & Can. CH. SHADOWMAR BARTHAUS DORILIO


BROM

SIRE: Ch.

SIRE: Ch Von Gaibergs Noresee Ponto


DAM: Ch. Shadowmars Little Kate
DOB 12/9/1959

Owner-Breeder handled, Dor was shown 93 times as a special. His spectacular


record shows 72 Best of Breeds, 2 Best in Shows, 11 Group firsts, 8 Group seconds,
7 Group thirds, 3 Group fourths and 7 Best in Specialty shows.

Producer of 33 Champions and 1 Dual Champion, over 20 specialty winners and the
number 1 Top Ten Weimaraner, Ch Dougs Dauntless von Dor.

At one specialty, Dor was the sire of Best of Breed, Best of Opposite Sex and
Winners.

Breeder: Dorothy Remensnyder Owner: Dorothy Remensnyder


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WCA HALL of FAME 2001

Ch Sir Eric von Sieben, BROM

Ch Dougs Dauntless von Dor,BROM X Ch Chaskars Suddenly Its Rainy,BROM


DOB: 3/11/72
Breeder/Owner: Helene Burkholder
Mostly handled by his teenage breeder/owner, Eric was #3 in 1974, #2 in 1975 & #5 in
1976 and a Best In Show winner in 1976.

Bred sparingly, he sired 44 champions and still ranks #6 BROM Sire. His champions
include:
2 BIS winners: Ch Erbenhof Touch of Class,BROM and Ch Valmars Pollyanna,
BROM
8 BROM producers: Ch Anns Magic vd Reiteralm, Ch Reiteralms Rio Fonte Saudade,
Ch Erbenhofs Bold Venture (Top Ten 79 & 80), Ch Erbenhof Touch of Class (Top Ten
78 & 79), Ch Pic-a-Stars Tramp vd Reiteralm, Ch Von Siebens Royal Flush (Top Ten
77), Ch Von Siebens Smart N Special (Top Ten 77, 78, & 82 and Ch Valmars
Pollyanna (Top Ten 82-86)
2 Dual Champions: Redhills Chief Geronimo and Kristofs Classic Venture. Grandsire
of 4 Dual Champions and several other Dual Champions have Eric in their background.

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2004 Hall of Fame

CH. SPRINGDALE RHEA V.D. REITERALM, CD

SIRE: Ch. Senecas Medicine Man, BROM


DAM: Ch. Ronas Sea Sprite v.d. Reiteralm, BROM
DOB: August 14, 1970

She was the top winning Weimaraner bitch of all time and the first
Weimaraner bitch to go Best-In-Show. In her five years in the top ten, she
compiled a stunning 131 Bests of breed including three at the Westminster
Kennel Club and the 1974 and 1975 W.C.A. National Specialties. Among her
72 Group Placements were 17 Group 1, including the Sporting Group at
Santa Barbara, and among her three Bests-In-Show was the Golden Gate
Kennel Club. But numbers cannot tell you what she was like. She made you
catch your breath, she made your heart stand still and if you ever saw her,
you will never forget her.

Breeder: Gayle Eckenrode Prescott Owner: Susan Orth


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NFC/4XNAFC/DC/AFC TOP DEAUGH,
MH, SDX, NRD, VX

SIRE: Weiner Schnitzels McDuff


DAM: Charlies Angel II
DOB: 1/19/ 1982

Topper may have set a standard for the breed that may never be
matched with his Dual Championship title, National Field Championship
win, four National Amateur Field Championship, VX, SDX and NRD
titles and he was the first Master Hunter in the breed. As a young dog, he
had a #1 Top Ten Derby Ranking. Except for his National wins, most of
his field points were accumulated in All-Breed trials.

Topper swept the National Amateur Championship for four consecutive


years (1988-1991) and he captured the 1991 National Open Championship
just weeks before his 10th birthday.

Breeder/Owner: Charles G. Williams


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FC/NFC Unserhund von Sieger, SDX

SIRE: FC Shenandoah Drummer Boy


DAM: Aumars Mona
DOB: March 1, 1968

As a competitor Hunser won six open all-age championships including the


Open National Championships in 1976. As a stud, even though he was bred
to only 19 bitches, he produced twelve field champions, one a dual
champion. His sire held the previous record with five produced. His get won
nine Open and Amateur National Championships.

Breeder: Douglas Drew Owners: Wm. and Adele McGinty

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Ch. Val Knight Ranck BROM

Sire: Count von Houghton


Dam: Ch. Brendas Grey Shadow, CD
DOB: February 21, 1957

Val held the record of 9 Best In Shows for the Weimaraner until
1997. He had 101 total Group Placements and was the winner of
the 1959 National Specialty. He was a Top Producer in the Breed
with 34 Bench Champions, seven of these being Sporting Group
Winners. His greatness will live on for many generations

Breeder: Wesley Ranck Owner: John M. Boehne


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CH. VALMARS SERENADE V. WUSTENWIND
BROM

SIRE: Ch. Valmars Jazzman, CD, NSD, NRD, V, BROM


DAM: Ch. Arimars Majestic Moriah, BROM
DOB 4/14/1979

Sara was a very special lady with a super personality, ideal conformation with
elegance and soundness, along with the outstanding ability to produce the very best.
She is currently the WCA #1 BROM producing dam of all time.
Sara is the dam of nine champion offspring, which includes: two all-breed Best in
Show winners, Ch. Valmars Pollyanna, BROM and Am/Can Ch. Valmar Smokey
City Easy, JH, NSD, BROM; two Best in Futurity winners, Ch. Valmars Pepsi
Challenge and Pollyanna; and four BROM producers, Ch. Valmars Serendipity,
Ch. Vatmars Quarter Note, Pollyanna and Easy.
Sara lived at Valmar until 1986, when she had a golden opportunity to live as an
only dog in Mary Lou Rogers household. Sara had a wonderful and loving home
for the remainder of her life, a team that lasted seven more years.

Breeders: Gary & Elizabeth Roe Owner: Joan Valdez

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WCA HALL of FAME 1994

CH. VALMARS JAZZMAN, CD, NRD, NSD, V


BROM

SIRE: Ch. Valmars Chancelor v. Starbuck


DAM: Ch. Valmars Elke Schwenden
DOB 2/8/1976
Jazz is one of the great dogs of our breed, who will be remembered as a legend in his own time.
He proved himself in every way. He was a TOP Producing Sire for 8 years, which included
being #1 Top Producing Weimaraner (#2 Sporting and #6 All-Breed) for 1983.

Jazz is currently #3 All-time Producer of champion offspring with 75 champions and a Dual
champion. He has also sired the #1 Weimaraner in the U.S. for 1988, an All-Breed Best in
Show winner, a National Specialty winner and many Futurity class winners.

Jazzs show career included 100 BOBs, multiple Group wins and placements, 1980 National
Specialty BOB and Best Dog in Futurity 1977. He was ranked on the Top Ten Show list for 3
years (#2 1979).

Breeder: Joan H. Valdez Owner: Joan H. Valdez

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WCA HALL of FAME 1991

Natl/Am Ch. Valmars Pollyanna, BROM

SIRE: Ch. Sir Eric von Sieben, BROM


DAM: Ch. Valmar Serenade v. Wustenwind, BROM
DOB: 1/2/1981

Pollyanna was that once in a lifetime Show dog that everyone dreams about and rarely comes up with. She had beautiful
type, effortless eye-catching movement with great style and showmanship. Her attitude was always Hey, look at me!
Polly had an outstanding show career, being on the Top Ten Show list for five years (#2 in 1984, #1 Weimaraner and #4
Sporting Dog in 1985, #2 in 1986). Her record also includes 201 Best of Breeds, 107 group placements (36 Group Firsts), Best
in 1982 Western Futurity, Best in 1983 Western Maturity and three All-Breed Best In Shows! Her record as the Top winning
Weimaraner of All-Time, owner-breeder handled, still stands to this day, when she defeated over 16,000 dogs in a single year
of competition in 1985.
The final jewel in her crown of outstanding achievements, was when Polly came out of retirement at 6 1/2 years old to win
the coveted 1987 National Specialty in Downington, Pennsylvania, which at that time was the largest National ever held. In
between her busy schedule of being a Show dog, she also proved herself as a successful producer by passing on her wonderful
qualities to her offspring. She produced 10 Champion offspring, which includes Dual Champion Valmars Valiant Knight, CD,
NSD, NRD, V, BROM.

Breeder/ Owner: Joan H. Valdez

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AM/CAN CH VALMAR SMOKEY CITY ULTRA EASY JH, NSD,
BROM

SIRE: Am/Can Ch. Smokey Citys Easy Does It, NSD


DAM: Ch. Valmar Serenade v. Wustenwind, BROM
DOB: 10/13/ 1983

Easy was a show dog: All-Breed


BIS winner. Pedigree Award
Winner 88, 89, but he will be
remembered best as a Top
Producer. Some of his great
successes as a stud dog include:
Sire of Pedigree Winners 90, 91,
92. Sire of BIS winner and two
time National Specialty winner
and Top Producing Dam. He
was WCA Top Producing Sire
90-95 (6 years) and sire of 144
Champions, including Top 10
Producers, 9 futurity and 8 maturity winners and the sire of 4 BROM
dogs and 7 BROM dams. Easy was also the sire of a Dual Ch., and a
#1 Derby Dog. But, as great producers often do, his legend
continues in his grand-get as he is the grandsire of a 2xNational
Champion, with 15 BISpecialty and also the grandsire of a
17xBISpecialty bitch. He was loved, and is missed by many who now
take great pride in his offspring.

Breeder: Joan H. Valdez Owner: Thomas B. Wilson

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WEIMARACRES KIPBIRTZEL, NRD, SDX

SIRE: CH. Birtzels Happy von Rieteralm, NRD, V


DAM: Biene vom Haishbachtal, CD, SDX, NRD, V (Ger.)
DOB: 4/12/70

Breeder:Dorothy Thomson Owner: Dorothy Pelton

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WCA Hall of Fame
Ch OT Ch Ebs Red Hot Seabreeze, JH, UDX,NA, NRD,VX

Ch Greywinds Jack Frost,CD X Ch Seabreeze Autumn Piper,CD


DOB: 3/27/87
Breeder: Marge Davis, Barbara Didjurgis, Karen Lewis
Owner: Sherry Cooper & Marge Davis

Sparky was six times #1 Obedience Weimaraner. For five years she was the Top
Obedience Weim all systems. Earning all three obedience titles in one year, Sparky
finished her Utility title in 3 straight shows. She is the only Weimarner to be awarded the
Dual Championship for earning a show championship and OT championship title in
1992. She then earned her Junior Hunter title in four straight hunt tests. Sparking was
also the first Weim to earn a Utility Dog Excellent title. Retired in December, 1994,
Sparky was a multiple High in Trial and High Combined winner including the 1994
WCA National Specialty. Sparky was was then handled by Junior Handler, Maggie
Bonness for a year, earning multiple first places, qualifying Maggie for Westminster and
earning Maggie the #1 Weimaraner Junior Handler. At the age of 10, Sparky earned her
Novice Agility title in 3 straight trials placing in all 3 trials. Her third leg was First Place
at the First WCA Agility Trial in Perry, GA. She also earned her NRD at the same
National.

When she wasnt showing on weekends, she was buy showing her skills off as a pet
therapy dog. Her gentle nature and love of children made her a natural to move up to
children in wheelchairs and place her head in their lap. She often didnt know when to
make the distinction and once, after seeing a child watching her work in Utility, left the
ring to do her job. She is greatly missed by her family and friends, but we know she is
busy hunting birds with her mom, dad and candy sisters.

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BIS Ch The Rajahs Magic vd Reiteralm, BROM

Ch Ronamax Rajah vd Reiteralm, BROM X Ch Brandys Blizz vd


Reiteralm,BROM
DOB: 7/12/73
Breeder: Gail Muller & Virginia Alexander
Owner: Peggy Roush & Virginia Alexander

Handled exclusively by Peggy Roush, Yellow Bird finished in spectacular style with
three 5 point majors at Specialty Shows. In 1976 and 1977 Yellow Bird won the
National Specialty and finished first in breed points. She was Best of Opposite Sex at the
1978 National Specialty. On July 31, 1976, Yellow Bird became the breeds second Best
In Show bitch at the Penn Ridge Kennel Club show.
Yellow Bird adored Peggy and when it came time to retire, Ginny gave her to Peggy.
Her breeding to Ch Sir Eric Von Sieben produced the breeds first litter from two
Best In Show winners. Dam of 10 champions, some are among the breeds top-
producing sires.
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Ch Lightfoots Whisper The Wind, NSD, NRD, JH

Ch Ebs You Otto See Me Now X Ch Skytops Misty Blue


DOB 5/11/1985
Breeder: Debbie Moody Owner: Earl Worsham
The life story of Earl Worshams Windy truly exemplifies the depth of selfless love that
can exist between a man and his dog. At the age of two, after easily finishing her bench
championship and earning her Novice Shooting Dog title, Windy became gravely ill with what
would eventually be diagnosed as an advanced case of "blastomycosis", a serious infection
caused by a fungal organism present in sandy, acid soils. After enduring weeks of aggressive
treatment involving antibiotic therapy and the surgical removal of both eyes, she miraculously
recovered to full health. For the rest of her remarkable life, she insisted on being normal.

On August 21, 1988, Earl handled Windy to her Novice Retrieving Rating! On March
18, 1989, after dragging Earl to four successive hunting tests, she earned her Junior Hunter
certificate from the American Kennel Club---believed to be the first and only such title ever
awarded to an eyeless dog!

Windy died peacefully at her beautiful Tennessee mountaintop home in the arms of her
beloved Earl on Sunday afternoon, October 24, 1999 after an apparent heart attack. Earl had just
returned from an extended business trip abroad and, clearly, Windy had waited for him so that
she could say a proper goodbye; just the way she did things all her lifeshe insisted!

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NFC FC AFC Edith Ann Von Horn, SDX, NRD

FC Weiner Schnitzels Bad News X Gandalfs Fleiginde Nonne,


SD,NRD
DOB 3/28/1981
Breeder: Marilyn Horn Owner: Marilyn Horn
Annie did almost everything a field dog could do: as witnessed by her titles and her
record as a producer of Five Field Champions and two Amateur Field Champions, which is
slightly higher than her dams producing record. The record doesnt stop with her immediate get
but is still continuing in the succeeding generations. Her grandson, Jesse
NFC,NAFC,FC,AFC High Ridge Jesse v Horn has been the top ranked field dog in the breed
for more years than any other dog and totaled more points yearly than most competitive field
champions do in their lifetimes. Another grandson, Ryder: NFC,FC,AFC, Westends Lil Sage
Rider, is not only a competitor but is rapidly moving up the top producers list.

In her own competitive career, Annie was remarkable for her consistency and longevity.
The factor that won her so many ribbons was probably her stylish point, aided by her busy,
thorough ground pattern. This was a dog dedicated to the pursuit and pointing of birds and if
those who lived with her didnt provide opportunities to do this we knew about it. Her record at
the Eastern Classic alone is hard to beat with ten total placements in seven years, including two
wins and six placements in the Open Gun Dog Classic.

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