in the ring | Silver GCH McVan's Sentimental Journey
Silver GCH McVan's Sentimental Journey
Owned by: Dr. Vandra L. Huber & Rebecca Cross
Sire: BIS Jp. Am. Ch. Land Rose JP All Right
Dam: BIS Am. Can. Ch. McVan's Firestarter "Carrie"
GCH McVan's Sentimental Journey "Frankie" was #5 Scottie in the USA in 2011, and attaining his Silver GCH with ease. He was shown to most wins by Jeanice Barton. Used limitedly, Frankie has sired four champions with more on the way. Frankie is a group and specialty winner. He was also winner's dog at the Scottish Terrier Club of America's rotating specialty.
Frankie is out of a long line of national specialty winners including 6 time national specialty winner Am. Can. Ch. Gaelforce Postscript "Peggy Sue" BIS Am. Can. Ch. Caevnes Devils Due, Ch. Neidfyre Vitta Rouge and parents BIS Jp. Am. Ch. Land Rose JP All Right "Max" and BIS Am. Can. Ch. McVan's Firestarter "Carrie."
Frankie is CHIC certified, having met the Scottish Terrier Club of America's health requirements for VWD, patellas and CERF eye check. His health record can be verified on the Orthopedic Foundation for Animal website.
Frankie is available for select bitches. He already has several promising litters on the ground. Out of his first litter, three puppies are major pointed. His daughter McVan's High Hopes won Best in Sweepstakes at the Canadian Scottish Terrier Show in October, 2011. He has two more litters on the ground.
At the tender age of a year young, Frankie accomplished the following:
Winner's Dog, Scottish Terrier Club of America Breeder Judge Tom Hossfeld
Winner's Dog, STC of Greater Baltimore Judge Judith Franklin
Best in Sweepstakes STC of Pittsburg Judge Rich Lapishka
Best of Winners, STC of New England Judge Rosalind Kraus Kramer
He finished with three five point majors and 19 points.
The next weekend he was shown, he earned
Best in Specialty Show, Washington State Scottish Terrier Club Breeder Judge Bill deVilleneuve
He earned a Group 2 under Mr. deVilleneuve the next day followed by a Group 1 the next day.
He is also proving to be a wonderful dog in junior showmanship where is being shown by Ms. Amy Judge.