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  • Gordon Setter
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Sh Ch Liric High Society

Sh Ch Liric High Society

photo by: Dalton

Consistently Winning Stock Producing Consistant Winners.

Sh Ch Liric High Society (13.8.89-5.7.00)
(Winterwood Willow x Talk of the Town at Liric)
Still the undisputed Breed Record Holder, with 48 CC's and overall Top Gundog 1995.

Gordon Setters owned or bred myself have been awarded over 200 CC's and many RCC's,
and not forgetting an International Champion.
Pedigree/Our Dogs Top Breeder 2004/05/06/07/08

All stock BVA/HD screened - Puppies sometimes available.

Three Generations

Three Generations

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Three generations of bitch Show Champion's, all decendants of Sh Ch Liric High Society.
Right to Left
Sh Ch Drumdaroch Jazz Dancer with Liric(Imp)
7 CC's, 5 RCC's, 1 Group 4, Top Brood Bitch 2000/01/03/05

Her daughter
Sh Ch Liric an Affair to Remember JW
7 CC's, 8 RCC's, 1 Group 1, Dog World Top Brood Bitch 2004/08

Her daughter
Sh Ch Liric Blac Xtasy J.W. BOB Crufts 2010, Reserve BOB Crufts 2007, 40 CC's, 10 RCC's, 1 x Group 1, 1 x Group 2, 3 x Group 3, 1 x Group 4,
Top Gordon Bitch 2005/06/07/08
Dog World Top Gordon Setter & Top Brood Bitch 2009

And not forgetting
Sh Ch Liric the Jolly Swagman BVA/HD 3:3
Dog World/Royal Canin Top Stud Dog 2006/07/08/09
Liric Coolabah BVA/HD 3:3. Collectively between them were Top Stud Dog 2002/04/05/06/07/08



'typical puppy of Liric breeding'

'typical puppy of Liric breeding'

My life in Gordon Setters spans over 35 years now and in this time I have had the pleasure of owning and breeding some beautiful dogs. I have been a Kennel Club Assured Breeder for many years now and I am a life member of The British Gordon Setter Club and The Gordon Setter Association and am also a member of The Gordon Setter Club of Scotland. I have had the pleasure of judging both here and abroad and on my first judging appointment in Australia I was immensely impressed with their Gordons both for quality, temperaments and type, so much so that in 1997 I imported a bitch from the Drumdaroch Kennels in Melbourne, her name was Drumdaroch the Jazz Dancer, along with her I imported frozen semen from the same kennel. From this combination in Lucy’s first litter two males were born who were both to have an impact on not only my English bred dogs but that of other people, these dogs were Liric Coolabah, and Liric the Jolly Swagman who went on to be a Sh.Ch. For many years they proved themselves as top stud dogs. This breeding, in one way or the other, is behind all my Gordons today. I have judged in Australia since that time and have visited since then and I still enjoy their dogs. These two boys opened up the gene pool here for myself and others which has proved successful. I have made up many show champions over the years but nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing all my Gordons (5 at present) running together and playing in my paddock. They are delightful dogs, but to people who are interested in having a puppy I always say that you have to have a sense of humour when owning a Gordon and enjoy the outside life as much as they do.
Four years ago I imported another male Gordon from the same kennel in Australia, Drumdaroch the XPat to Liric, he too is proving himself as a stud dog and has some promising offspring around, his fun loving gentle ways seem to come through in the puppies he has sired. All my stock is health tested and providing they come up to the criteria then they can be bred from. Puppies that leave me for their new homes have a puppy pack which includes 4 weeks puppy insurance, K.C. registration papers, feeding advice along with a supply of the food that they are being fed on, copies of their parents health certificates, and any other information that I think might be useful. Last but not least I am always on the end of a phone for any help or advice that may be needed

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