Summer Litter 2017:
Litter Due: 5/21 Expected Go Home Date: 7/15.
Repeat Litter here. These dogs are red and black in color, with an occasional medium yellow. This a litter with a bunch of drive, and yet Capone’s laid back personality yields quick learning, bold, puppies. I am really excited about this group of pups. We have heard nothing but good things about the last litter.
UPDATE: 4 Yellows, 3 Blacks. Fat healthy pups thus far.
This litter will be made up of Yellow and Black puppies.
Exceptional Field Dog and
Calm laid back Companion in the home
Males will be between 65 and 80 lbs.
Females will be between 65 and 75 lbs.
Learn More about Capone
Capone achieved his 4XGMPR title this fall (2015). He is doing his heritage proud as he comes from a long line of APLA greats including several APLA Hall of Fame dogs.
Field Trial pedigree highlights
FC-AFC-CFC-CAFC Jazztime MH (Hall of Fame)
FC AFC Blackwater Bart II
FC Red Oak Casey
NAFC-FC The Little Duke Of Fargo
APLA pedigree highlights
GMPR Cashzingers Cattail Corkey (Hall of Fame)
MPR Brooks Golden Nugget (HAll of Fame Nominee)
GMPR Cajun of Black Forest MH (Hall of Fame)
GMPR Sir Hershey or Surrey (Hall of Fame)
4XGMPR HRCH HRK’s Rooster Smasher MH QAA
GMPR Wannamaker’s Hot Tub SH
2xGMPR Eli’s Blackjack Tori SH
GMPR Blackwater Lexus
GMPR Sirs Mighty Eli SH
Capone will be siring litters for Hunters Point Kennel through out the year and is available for stud to approved bitches. Capone is located in Marshalltown, IA.
Should you need a reference about Capone please contact Mike Lettau at K&L Kennels as Mike is the person who did all of Capone’s training and handling in hunt tests:
www.kandlkennels.com or Mike’s cell phone: 816-616-5942
Learn More about Daisy
Daisy — is one of those dogs that you just can’t help but love as she is full of energy and loves to please. She has been lucky enough to spend the last three hunting seasons working full time as a guide dog at R&R Pheasant hunting. Daisy is fast, marks well, and quarters with the best of them….btw did I mention that her points are stylish and solid.
Daisy drew all kinds of comments from the crowd at her first AKC Junior hunt test as she leaped 10 feet into the water on her entry, swam across the channel, up onto the land to retrieve the duck, and then leaped back into the water just as impressively with the duck in her mouth on her return. Daisy went two for two that weekend and was on her way to her JH title with ease, but her heat cycle interfered with her second set of tests. Nate ran Daisy in two more events this spring and she passed both with flying colors to earn her AKC Junior Hunter title.
We have gotten rave reviews about her even since we took her out to R&R and it makes sense as her sire is Nugget and her dam is Kirby who also hunted at R&R until her retirement after this fall at 10 years of age.