The Christmas Litter

Whelped December 21, 1987

Chubasco Halcyon, CDX

Ch. Timaru Zinfandel, CDX
Am/Can Ch. Al Dahnyla's Lady in Red, CD, FCh. 
Ch. Timaru Tequila

Can Ch. Counterpoint Errant Knight

Ch. Ismahan Amaranthe, CD
Am/Can Ch. Burydown Ismahane

Am/Can Ch. Almanza Gwasmiyah, CD

Can Ch. Counterpoint Errant Knight
Can Ch. Heathland Zara
Ch. Ismahan Amaranthe, CD

Eng. Ch. Al Caliph's Alyfeh

Am/Can Ch. Burydown Ismahane
Eng. Ch. Burydown Xenia

Ch. Timaru Mistletoe, CD
Ch. Timaru Balthazar, CDX
Am/Can Ch. Timaru Melchior    
Timaru Star of Wonder       
Timaru Gaspar      
Timaru Christmas Cookie

Ch Timaru Mistletoe CD  

Mistletoe started her career by taking Reserve over 45 bitches from the 6-9 Puppy class during the ' 88 Santa Barbara weekend under England's Terry Thorn.  Her first major was earned by going Best of Breed over 6 Specials and she finished at two years of age by taking BOW for a third major under Dagmar Kenis during the 1990 Santa Barbara weekend. Her CD was earned in three trials, placing her in the Top Ten Obedience Salukis for 1989 and 1990. 

Ch Timaru Balthazar, CDX

Ahab finished his title with back-to-back majors during the '93 Santa Barbara weekend under England's Nick and Marie Bryce-Smith. His title was earned within three months of taking his first points, going Best of Breed over Specials enroute. Remarkable for his light, floating gait and superb shoulder assembly, Ahab was also #1 in obedience for '91 and '92, winning the ASA's Rancho Gabriel, Abram Open and Chamois trophies.

Am/Can Ch Timaru Melchior

Timaru Melchior
Rusty began his career by going BOB Puppy at the 1988 SCGSF Match (to his litter sister's BOS). He took his first major by going BOB for 5 points and finished with a 4-pointer under breeder/judge Romayne Switch. His Canadian career began in 1990 when he moved across the border and he quickly finished under the guidance of his new owners.  He is the sire of several champions in both the U.S. and Canada.

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