Invierna is Spanish for Winter. “Winter” is a white and orange beauty with a
choke bore nose. She placed as a Derby in 2013 and demonstrated precocious
bird finding abilities last summer on her first trip to the prairies. Plans
are to run Winter sparingly in shooting dog stakes and then to consider
breeding her to a quality All Age stud.
She is a full sister to All Age sensation Greypointe
Izquierda (called back at the National Amateur Chicken Championship at
Mortlach, Saskatchewan), major circuit AA Derby SF Strongwind (winner of the
John S. Gates Derby Classic at Broomhill, Manitoba) and All Age Derby winner
Greypointe Islamorada, who also had an All Age win as a Derby last
Winter marks the fifth generation of our unbroken Greypointe
female line to win in trials and to be selected for our breeding program. She
has a near freakish ability to go straight across big alfalfa fields in North
Dakota and nail feeding sharptails in the early morning dew. This is the same
kind of nose her mother and grandmother both possessed and what our kennel is
grounded in – bird finding ability.
Greypointe Flamenco – Whelped 1/3/03
“Gypsy” is littermate to Tango and won as a puppy prior to
assuming her role as personal hunting dog and mother. Gypsy was run
this spring in one shooting dog stake taking first place in
Iowa. We are evaluating and planning for a breeding this winter for a
spring whelping date. She is a dog that I frequently show off when
hunting wild birds all over the country – just as I did with her
mother, Shutup 'N Kissme.
Greypointe Gloriosa - Whelped 2/3/06.
"Glory" is an attractively built white and orange Derby who
placed this spring in a Derby stake while still a puppy. She has an
outstranding nose and is rapidly learning how to find wild
birds. She will be trialed sparingly this year as we continue to add
to her field/hunting experiences on chicken, pheasant, Huns and
quail. We are expecting great things from her.