Ch Trifecta's Private Gold Dornlea

8.17.1999 - 3.4.2008

Am/Can Ch Trifecta's Touch Gold x Ch Swiftbay's Nordic Lights

New Litter June, 2007
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Carson's pedigree

CONGRATULATIONS NEW CHAMPION
Carson finished his championship June 18 2005
under respected judge Keke Kahn.
A very special thank you to Karen Churchill his breeder/co-owner and Nancy Ingalls his handler for their efforts in obtaining his final points.


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Carson Puppies

all these puppies are placed

 by Tally...Trifecta's Stellar Reflection


click picture to see candid ring shot of Carson

 

Above Carson with friend and handler Jorge Pinzon.

They are a dynamite team and captured a huge four point major in Eugene September 2003

The five point major win (Rose City Cluster 2003)below was an owner/handled win against many nice dogs and handlers.
Carson has an excellent structure. He can jump four feet sideways from a standstill. He does so to get in and out of my living room. He has an excellent bite, double dark haws, flat top line and high tail set. His movement is pure poetry. It takes a very athletic handler to show him properly and that isnít me. At least not anymore.

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Below Seven Month Old Carson "A Work In Progress"

 

 

Below a owner/handlers dream. A huge five point major. (The biggest major available in showing dogs.) There are three & four point majors also. Five point majors are rare for at least this owner handler. A dog must get two major wins to finish his AKC championship. The amount of points depends on the number of dogs defeated. In each breed the number is different.

The dog must accumulate a total of 15 points including the two majors to obtain the title of Champion. The road to the completion of a championship is sometimes very difficult. It can take several years. The preparation, training, grooming, travel, dedication and tenacity are sometimes overwhelming. The wins often few and far between.

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