|Ch. Winuwuk Lust at First Sight||Ch. Winuwuk Lust in the Dust||Ch. Blueprint Beern Skittles at Walkon||Jenroy Pop Back to Walkon|
|Aust. Grand Ch. Walkon Skittles|
|Ch. Roamaro Scotch Mist of Winuwuk||Ch. Wrencliff Flying Scotchman of Winuwuk|
|Jenroy Popsicle For Belmont|
|Ch. Winuwuk Storybook||Ch. Winuwuk Hot 'N' Bothered||Ch. Winuwuk Lust in the Dust|
|Ch. Winuwuk Jubilation|
|Winuwuk Love Story||Ch. Winuwuk Celebration|
|Winuwuk Love In The Mist|
|Winuwuk All About Eve||Ch. Designer Game at Glenauld||Glenauld Game of Skittles||Ch. Blueprint Beern Skittles at Walkon|
|Glenauld Generosa at Carmondene||Ch. Seacrest Danoli at Carmondene|
|Gervalmark Sweet Rose at Glenauld|
|Faerdorn Chick Flick at Winuwuk||Ch. Winuwuk Lust in the Dust||Ch. Blueprint Beern Skittles at Walkon|
|Ch. Roamaro Scotch Mist of Winuwuk|
|Faerdorn After the Show||Ch. Norwatch Sunhawk Showtime|
|Mindenwood Dark n Wicked|
We were very excited when we mated All About Eve to Lust at First Sight since
they were very complementary and it was a beautifully line bred pedigree.
However, we really wanted a bitch puppy since we had so many good males
already. There was a flashy bitch in the litter so that was obviously going to
be the one we kept. We became so fixated on keeping a bitch that we basically
overlooked all the males until we set them up on the table at seven weeks and a
dog puppy blew us away. Square and perfectly balanced, he had this wonderful
angulation, short back, lovely quarters and a very typey head. It was quite
clear that he wasn’t going anywhere!
Like all of our Boxers, he wasn’t a quick maturer but he did well in his puppy classes, qualifying for Pup of the Year and going Best Puppy at City of Birmingham 2011 under Terry Nethercott, then progressing to win the Puppy Group under Val Foss.
The following year we had lots of males to show and his famous sire was still going great guns, so the younger boys had to take something of a backseat. However, he was in the last few for the ticket at the Anglian Boxer Club under Edna Woods (on the same day that his sire went Best in Show) and he won his first RCC at Leeds under Terry Donovan. Through the rest of 2012 he was always thereabouts, getting down to the final few in the challenge on several occasions.
In 2013 he won his way out of Post Grad and started winning Limit Classes from Windsor onwards. He was awarded his first CC by Steve Hall at the August SKC when he went on to take Group 3 under Dr Ron James.
With Il Messaggero also winning CCs The Outlaw had to go up into Open where he more than held his own. He started 2014 with a bang by winning his second CC & BOB from Andrew Brace at Manchester, he was then awarded top male at the Boxer Event by the three judges Christine Ellingworth, Meg Purnell-Carpenter and Ann Wildman but the best was yet to come.
To make up a new Champion is something special. To do so at Crufts is out of this world! On 6 March 2014 Ch Winuwuk The Outlaw was awarded his third CC and Best of Breed by Linda Carnaby. He went on to a shortlist in Frank Kane’s very strong working group.
Top Boxer 2014
|CC: Scottish Kennel Club||2013||Steve Hall|
|CC: Manchester||2014||Andrew Brace|
|CC: Crufts||2014||Linda Carnaby|
|CC: South Wales Boxer Club||2014||Sue Malcolm|
|CC: Essex & Eastern Counties Boxer Club||2014||Yvonne Miller|
|CC: Working & Pastoral Breed of Wales||2014||Malcolm James|
|CC: Blackpool||2014||Paul Harding|
|CC: Driffield||2014||Steve Gething|
|CC: LKA||2014||Claire Kay|
|CC: Anglian Boxer Club||2015||Christine Ellingworth|
|CC: WELKS||2015||Jo Cairns|
|CC: Driffield||2016||Carol Chippendale|
|Group 2 Bath||2014||Kari Wilberg|
|Group 3 SKC (August)||2013||Ron James|