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Show Dogs -
Top Winners, Noteworthy Wins

Top Winning Show Dogs

1985 - AM Can BDA CH Topmast's Showboat "Bill"


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1984 - CH Tarbell's Boaz "Boaz"


Read the article by Ruth March

1976 Am/Can. Ch. DaCody De Nashau-Auke


During 1976, DaCody received 2 BIS, 6 Group 1st, 11 Group placements and 20 B.O.B. (Ch. Kilyka's Black Bart x Ch. Keema De Nashau-Auke). Owner/Breeder, Jane Thibault

1975 Ch. Old Mole's Lucas


Ch. Ole Mole's Lucas was the top winning Newfoundland all systems for 1975. Lucas amassed 11 BIS, 19 Group I, 13 Group II, 2 Group III and 7 Group IV. The highlight of his 1975 career was going BOB and Group II at Westminster. Lucas was owned by Dail P. Corl and bred by Michael Mole.

1974- Am & Bda CH Neshuma of Newton Ark


Top Winning Newfoundland bitch of all time. Neshuma is the #1 Newf all systems for 1974. Her many wins include 2 BIS, 10 Group 1st, & 11 Group placements. Neshuma was also WB, BOW at the N.C.A. Specialty 1974. WB, BOS at the N.C.A. New England Specialty 1974. Owned by Curt & Kathi Sahner, she was bred by Janet Levine and Ronnie Farkas.

1970 Int Ch. Newton

newtonTop winning Newfoundland Show dog to date with 15 BIS, 55 Group firsts, 199 Best of Breed, 8 Best in Specialty. Whelped 11-6-58 Newton was bred by Hon. Harold MacPherson and owned by Melvin Sokolsky.



Noteworthy Show Wins

2004 BIS Westminster -
Ch Darbydale's All Rise Pouch Cove - "Josh"


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1984 BIS Westminster -
Ch Seaward's Blackbeard "Adam"


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1984 Dog of the Americas. World, Intl, Am, Can Mex CH Britannia's Hurricane Jack "Boomer" - First "Champion of the Americas"


Read the article by Ann Whitmore, Richard Whitmore, &
Lyn Martin
from Newf Tide








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Drawing by Harrison Weir (1824-1906)  The anecdote I am now about to give is from the pen of the Rev. J.E. Atkinson, a good and scientific naturalist:  "Walking with a favorite Newfoundland dog of great size, one frosty day, I observed the animal's repeated disappointment on putting his head down, with the intention to drink, at sundry ice-covered pools. After one of these disappointments, I broke the ice with my foot, for my thirsty companion's behoof. The next time it seemed good to the dog to try and drink, instead of waiting for me to break the ice as before, he set his own huge paw forcibly on the ice, and, with a little effort, obtained water for himself."  From: Rev. R.O. Morris, B.A. Dogs and Their Doings. N.Y., Harper & Bros, 1872, p. 16f.  (reprinted from NewfTide 1976)


Ch Tranquilius Traveler 1968-1976




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