High Times Run'n the Roost*** UD MH WCX (Rooster)
Golden Retriever Stud
"ROOSTER HUNG THE MOON"
Sire of 36 Master Hunters and counting!
Died from a stroke. Some frozen semen available.
To date, Rooster has 80 titled offspring:
36 Master Hunters
6 Open All-Age Qualified
3 Champion Trackers
From the very beginning Rooster has been my dog. I delivered him and he
picked me at 3 weeks of age. From then on, every time he heard my voice his
little head would pop up and listen. We had a bond from the start. From 12 weeks
old he has slept on a rug next to my side of the bed. His toilet habits were
complete at this age and was trusted all night long. His name 'Rooster' was a
natural choice as he would wake us very early in the morning to go out. Smart
and easy to work with, Rooster has been one of those guys that rises to the
Special moments like winning the Field Dog Class at the 97 National
Specialty; entering 1 Licensed Derby and earning a JAM; entering 1 Licensed
Qualifying and winning it; winning 1st place in Open Obedience at the National
Specialty in Delaware; starting Utility with a win, ending it with a win, and
getting his UD in six shows makes me know that Rooster knows when it's important
to do his best.
Rooster had over 50 Master Passes and qualified for the Master
National every year since 1997. Rooster was an outstanding sire with offspring
earning 4 OTCH, 13 MACH, 18 UD, 6 Open Qualified All-Age, Derby points and 36 Master Hunter titles. His
best qualities were his marking and problem solving abilities. It was wonderful to
watch him think through a difficult situation. Even better, is throwing pups
that are better than himself, with wonderful, biddable, and very bonding
personalities and he has done this with more than one or two females.
Because of this we feel confident that we will have some wonderful years ahead
of us training and running Golden Retrievers. As a side note, Rooster ran
only one Open Stake field trial and finished it, picking up all birds, with a
handle on the last bird in the last series.
This is how "rooster always
went to line. A Little bit naughty!
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