Skittles at Walkon
|Jenroy Pop Back to Walkon|
|Aust. Grand Ch. Walkon Skittles|
Mist of Winuwuk
|Ch Wrencliff Flying Scotchman of Winuwuk|
|Jenroy Popsicle for Belmont|
Seaman of Seefeld
|Ch Eight Bells of Seefeld|
|Seefeld Coral Fan|
|Winuwuk Flirtation||Ch Wrencliff Flying Scotchman of Winuwuk|
|Reflections of Winuwuk|
Chelsea's mother, Winuwuk Acclamation, was a very nicely made and typey red bitch who was litter sister to our own Ch. Winuwuk Jubilation. We had sold her on breeding terms to the Lloyds who lived locally, right at the top end of Stroud.
When it was time for Acclamation to be mated, Ch Winuwuk Lust in the Dust was just starting to put some very nice youngsters into the ring and we felt that he would be the right dog for her. He was very solidly bred and as Acclamation was by an outcross dog we were keen to bring her back into our own line. We just had a feeling that it was the right thing to do - the breeding was right and we felt that the type was right.
A super litter resulted early in 1999 and we were very keen to see the pups. Like her sister, Acclamation was a very good mother and the Lloyds had the pups in a warm and cosy outhouse where mother and babies were thriving. We vividly remember setting the pups up on a bale of hay in their whelping quarters and even at a very young age, we felt that we had some stars in the making.
So it was that Winuwuk Love Struck came to live with us along with her sister, Winuwuk Kiss n Make Up who subsequently went to the Soilands in Norway.
Chelsea enjoyed a quick start to her career and she caught the eyes of the judges from an early age. Val Pack-Davison started her of with a Reserve CC at Southern Counties in June 2000 and this was followed by a quick second from Yvonne Miller at the British Boxer Club later in the Summer, from a fabulous line-up. She then did not have long to wait until her first CC which was awarded by Pat Banks at the LKA in December immediately followed by a second from Keith Jump at Manchester right at the start of 2001. The lack of shows due to the Foot and Mouth crisis then slowed up her campaign but her title soon came, in August 2001, from Walker Miller at Bournemouth.
We have always
appreciated Chelsea's super breed type. She is 110% Boxer with a beautiful
expression and the sort of outline that we really like. We are very lucky
to have her in our kennel.
|CC: LKA||2000||Pat Banks|
|CC: Manchester||2001||Keith Jump|
|CC: Bournemouth||2001||Walker Miller|