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Tess is our latest imported dog from Scotland. She is daughter of 2013 International Supreme Champion Mo and of 2014 International supreme Brace Champion Sweep. Her litter mate, Jock, is also a Supreme Champion. She is proving herself as a top working dog. She won Reserve Champion in the ranch class two years, back to back-- at the 2015 and 2016 Oklahoma State Fairs and was named 2015 Dog of the Year by the Oklahoma Stock Dog Association.
Moss is a pretty tricolor we imported from Ireland. Moss loves to work and has a nice style when working our sheep. He is a grandson of a World Champion and is a half-brother to Silver, who became the 2014 International Supreme Champion at the age of two. Silver is the youngest dog to ever win the International Supreme Championship.
Nidderdale Becca, is a granddaughter of World Champion Becca.
Bet is a pretty tricolor that we imported from Wales. She is the daughter of Kevin Evans’ Jimmy. She has a sweet personality with an “I want to please attitude.”
Squirt is our go-to dog when we quickly want to move our cattle. He loves to work and gets the job done. He is out of Bell and our popular Rock. Bell goes back to Val, our most popular bitch, and Mirk, who we imported in 2006. Lots of quality here.
Our male, Bill, is a handsome black and white with a smoother coat. We imported him from Scotland, September of 2013. He is a grandson of Michael Gallagher's Cap, Supreme Champion of the 2010 International Sheepdog Trial. In working, Bill is like a cutting horse in front of a cow.
Jock is an eye-appealing tricolor out of our Imported Tess, OSDA 2015 Stock Dog of the Year and our imported Glencregg Moss. With Jock’s power-house breeding, you can be assured of the quality pups he produces.
We imported Kate from Wales. She comes from three generations of champions on her sire’s side, her sire being Kevin Evan’s Moss. Kate has a nice disposition, wanting to be close. She has some spots and even a few freckles which may show up on her offspring.
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