Herman obtained his AKC Championship in five undefeated shows. Once a Champion he was exhibited only seven times, all seven of those at specialties. He was awarded five specialty Best of Breeds and two Awards of Merit. His final time in the ring was at the 2012 Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America National where he was shown in the 10 year and over Veterans class. He is pictured with judge Terry Hansen (Pinemeade) who did him the ultimate honor when she awarded him Best of Breed.
Specialty winner, multiple Group winner, multiple Group placer, a wonderful producer... "Quincy" did it all. He lives on through his offspring and his relatives and hopefully, through the use of frozen breeding units, there will be more of his puppies arriving at Brookehaven in the future.
"Milo" was a successful winner at both specialties and also at all-breed shows. He finished his American and his Canadian Championship in undefeated shows from acquiring his first point to his last. Milo is retired from the show ring.
"Homer" has the distinction of being the only Brookehaven dog to date to win a Best in Show from the classes. He finished his Championship title with all majors, and he was a multiple Group winner.
''Hughie'' came to Brookehaven as an awkward adolescent of less than a year of age. As a teen he acquired a Specialty Best In Sweepstakes award, a few months later a Junior in Sweeps win, and then his majors soon followed.
Hughie eventually was placed with Terry Hansen of "Pinemeade" in California to embark upon a wonderful and successful career as a Special.
Handsome "Ding" not only brought home multiple Award of Merit rosettes from specialty shows, he was a multi Group I winner in Canada, and he had multi Group placements in the USA.
"Jerome", bred by Suzann Stickney, came to Brookehaven as a puppy. He was a multiple specialty Best of Breed winner, and was also a multiple GR winner and Group placer in Canada. After a very successful show career he was retired from the ring and allowed his offspring and his grandchildren carry on his winning ways. Tragically, this always loving and gentle boy was lost far, far too soon.
"Stanley" completed his AKC Championship with a 3 point and two 5 point majors, and in his ever so brief career as a Special he became a multiple Group I winner. On the way to gaining his Canadian Championship title Stanley was awarded Winners Dog at the Alberta section Specialty.
Guido", bred by Caralon Kennels, approached everything he encountered in life with humor and with zest. Show dog, herding dog, agility dog and all around pal, he was ready in an instant to give it a try. A Best Puppy In Show winner in Canada, he was also a multiple Canadian Group winner as an adult, and a Group placer in the USA.
"Ursula" caught the eye of both breeder/judges & all-arounders, and finished her title with four majors, a specialty Reserve WB, and a specialty Best Opposite in Sweepstakes. Her lovely son "Herman" carried on in the show ring while Ursula retired to enjoy her golden years as a happy country girl.
"Edith" was the undisputed princess at Brookehaven. A beautiful fawn girl, she never wished to dirty her feet unless it was at a herding event. She was a challenge to show until eventually the discovery was made that when baited with Kraft caramels she showed her little heart out. Then Edith finished with a specialty WB in Canada and with Group placements in the USA. Although exhibited as a Champion only a very few times Edith received Specialty Award of Merit wins.
The beautiful "Krisi" came to Brookehaven from Caralon Kennels in MO when she was a youngster. She was a Group winner from the classes in Canada, and in the States she finished her championship title with a Best of Winners award at the North TX specialty. Later in her life she was the recipient of multiple Award of Merit wins at specialties.
"Eunice" holds the title of 'favorite Corgi'. She was a beautiful show girl who loved her time in the ring, and was a multi-Group winner and placer. A wonderful mother, she would take on any puppy as though it belonged to her and she helped raise not only Corgi babies but also other larger breeds. Eunice was always Kathi's constant companion upon the road, and her 'pillow sharer' each night.
Lovely fawn "Vera" fared equally well with both breeder/judges & all-arounders. With her sparkling ring presence she was a delight to see or to be seen with in the ring. Following along in the footsteps of her older sister Edith, Vera finished with a specialty Best of Winners award and with Group placements to her credit.
"Lilith" was a star from her very first time in the ring. She was awarded top honors at both specialties and all breed shows and she loved every minute in the ring. She's happily enjoying her retirement years as a beloved house pet.