SIRE: CH C-Lion's Sequel To The Ring WWD, AX, AXJ, OF, SAD, SAS, AOM, GROM
DAM: GCH Patriot's Whatever Floats Your Boat
CRUISE's as a YOUNGSTER
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How he got his name....
"Cruise" earned his name by the unique entrance he made into this world.... told by my vet that "Phoebe" was only having one puppy, Cruise's littermate was born at the vet's office uneventfully and we were sent home.
Traveling 70mph on US-95 North in Las Vegas, what a surprise to have "Phoebe" deliver puppy #2 in the front seat of the car! He was nick-named "Freeway" by the office staff at the vet, and after I decided to keep him, I re-named "Cruise.
When Cruise was 14 months old, I approached Ilona about the possibility of sending him to her in Europe. She took him on the ride of his life. To see Cruise's show ring accomplishments, click HERE.
Cruise is a proven Champion producer. He produces Irish and Brown. Very limited frozen semen available in the United States. Please contact Kathy Maguire for more information at: email@example.com
With grateful and heartfelt appreciation to Ilona for everything she did to make Cruise shine... and to Anneke for loving him in his retirement.
DOB: 9/27/11 GM-1: Normal HIPS: OFA Excellent: 7062E28M-VPI / FCI HD "A" EYE EXAM: 07/14/15 Normal OptiGen: Normal JDCM: 1:1 IC13: Normal
DUTCH, BELGIUM, LUXEMBOURG, GIBRALTAR, MOROCCO & INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION
"Cruise" has retired from the show ring and now lives with Anneke Griffioen.
He was owned and handled throughout his European show career by
Ilona Griffioen-van Beek of the Netherlands - Casa Hoya PWDs.
Best in Show
Reserve Winners Dog
at the 2015
Cruise with Kathy after the National Specialty Win in America
Kathy looking on at Ilona handled Cruise to
Reserve Winners Dog at the National Specialty
under esteemed judge Bill Shelton
A favorite picture.... captured perfectly!
The minute Bill Shelton pointed at
Ilona and Cruise for Reserve Winners Dog....
and Ilona's proud mother, Anneke, cheering in the background!
It was a showdown between 1st and 2nd Place in Open Dogs,
and another show down for Reserve.
An exciting moment in National Specialty history.