Kennel Celebrities

Current Celebrity:

"Crosswind Micro Chip," 2013 Quail Invitational Champion

Chip started his trialing career in March of 2012, in May of the same year, he won the Michigan Region Finals. Chip finished in the top 16 dogs, in a field of 112 entries, at the Purina Endurance Nationals held in Lewistown, Montana, Sept, 2012.

February of 2013 Chip finished first in a field of 128 dogs to become the 2013 Quail Invitational National Champion.
He put together 6 consecutive wins to make it to the one hour finals, defeating two past National Champs in route to the finals. The finals were held in 90 degree temperatures, yet he held up great and was still able to locate and point a bird at 58 minutes to edge out his brace mate for the win.
By March of 2013 Chip has accumulated 45 open points. He is right in line with the footsteps of his sire, Crosswind Truckin Fritz.


Past Celebrities:

"Crosswind Truckin Fritz," winning-est German Shorthair Pointer in NSTRA history. A legend in his own right.

Fritz was out of Harrisons Blue Jesse and Star's Lacy Baby. He was a double bred Dixieland Rusty breeding. Fritz began his trial career in May of 2002.  He accumulated 299 points,making him a 17 time NSTRA champion.

His list of accomplishments are:

~2002, Final sixteen, (at two years old) Quail Unlimited National, Bronwood ,GA. 128 entries

~2003, Third runner up NSTRA Dog of the Year Trial, Amo, IN. 196 entries2003/2004 MI Region High Point Dog

~2004/2005 MI Region High Point Dog

~2005 Mi Region Finals Champion2005, First runner up,NSTRA Grand National, 114 entries

~2006, Third runner up, NSTRA Dog of the Year Trial, Amo, In. 196 entries, MI Region Finals Champion

~2007, Mi Region Finals Champion. Quail Forever Champion, Elberton ,GA. 120 entries. MI Region High Point Dog

~2008, Quail Forever Champion, Elberton ,GA. 156 entries. Third runner up, NSTRA Grand National, Creston Iowa, 64 entries

~2009, Quail Forever 2nd Runner Up, Carlton, GA 128 entries

~2010, Grand National Runner Up, Carlton GA, 96 entries

~2010, Trial of Champions Winner, Amo, Indiana, 98 entries

Fritz is currently the winning-est GSP ever in NSTRA history. He was a pleasure to have over the years. He was extremely biddable, very competitive, yet mild mannered and easy going. We hunted wild birds over him every year, he was an excellent grouse and pheasant dog.