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    Default Watermark's The Boss

    Has he produced some titled dogs?

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    sure has.. i believe its 3
    Rainbow's November Rain MH***
    Freeridin' Whiskey River Don't Run Dry***

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    on top of that, a ton of HT titled kiddos also.
    Rainbow's November Rain MH***
    Freeridin' Whiskey River Don't Run Dry***

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    I did not see the titled dogs on your site. Who are they?

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    fc colonel bowies revenge
    fc highpoints troublesome sugar
    oops.. the other one is an agility champion not field champ..
    so at least 2 show up on gooddog
    Rainbow's November Rain MH***
    Freeridin' Whiskey River Don't Run Dry***

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    Several UKC titled ones as well.
    GH 3, HC 33, HR 22, ST 11, UH 5
    Chris W. Isbell

    HRCH Gotta Ticket To Ride 'Trip' JH

    HRCH C'Hoco Candy Roux 'Coco'

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    I did the basics on 2 dogs that have their open win and need but a few points for their title. They're only 4 years of age.

    Boss was a wonderful stud dog in my opinion. He threw a dog much like Harley did. Easy to train, easy to live with and easy on the eyes... He didn't get the breedings he should have but that's another story and more then one stud dog was in that boat.

    He produced a good dog for an amateur. IMHO....

    Angie

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    Quote Originally Posted by George C. Tull View Post
    Several UKC titled ones as well.
    GH 3, HC 33, HR 22, ST 11, UH 5
    Boss is/was the #5 all time producer of UKC titled dogs (HRC) per the annual Top Producing Sire report.

    Mary Tatum of Watermark Retrievers (http://www.watermark-retrievers.com/boss.htm) should be able to give you more answers. She is a wonderful lady (see my "Thank You" to her on an earlier post http://www.retrievertraining.net/for...ad.php?t=25573). I'm convinced that if she hadn't let me have her pick puppy, I'd still be looking!!!

    I have also kept the info I was able to get on my website for others to see. (http://www.driftwoodlabs.com/PLANNED_LITTERS.php)

    Like in Angie B's post, I have read many such reports about Boss pups. To add to her comments, his pups are known for being great marking dogs and running straight lines on both marks and blinds. My pup is 4 months old now and as far as lines go, she runs a nice line to the marks!!! I'm anxious to see her blinds in the future!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angie B View Post
    He threw a dog much like Harley did. Easy to train, easy to live with and easy on the eyes... He didn't get the breedings he should have but that's another story and more then one stud dog was in that boat.

    He produced a good dog for an amateur. IMHO....

    Angie
    That's what I have heard also.
    Carrie Carlson

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    and the corginess...
    Ebonwald's Blazing A Trail "Scout" RIP good buddy...
    UKC CH Ebonwald’s Debts Of The Heart "Daphne” (AKC major pointed)

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    A friend owns a Boss son out of a Gunstock's Lethal Weapon bitch that can flat mark. He is as good a natural marker as I've seen. He's also VERY smart, tractable, and a pleasure to be around. Mostly a pet, and sometimes hunting dog. A nice, nice, animal that could play the game.

    RTFer Mark Littlejohn owns a really nice Boss son as well.

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