Ch.Kelcorov's Moody Blues, JC

(Ch. Maringa's Nights in White Satin x Ch. Kelcorov's Vashda Nirada)
Moody at the Hound Classic
Moody at the Hound Classic

Casual photo by Gordon Walter. A little Moody love.

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Moody after Inland Empire
Moody after Inland Empire

Moody went BOB from the classes for a 5 pt major to finish his championship. The photo by Kit Rodwell was so bad that I can't use it. Instead, I had Lauren Morrison take this one.

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Moody Face
Moody Face
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Moody at my home
Moody at my home

Moody isn't here often but after being professionally groomed by Handler Robin Stachon, how could we resist a photo session?

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Getting ready
Getting ready

Moody with me getting ready to show at the BCNC fall specialty.

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Moody
Moody

Lauren was nice enough to take this photo of use hanging out with after his big win down in Indio at Inland Empire Hound Club

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First Major!
First Major!

Moody earned his first major at Lizzard Butte under hound specialist judge Garry Newton.

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Moody on the move
Moody on the move

Too bad he has an old lady for a handler. At least we are in sync.

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What a cute face!
What a cute face!

Ch. Kelcorov's Moody Blues, JC

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Moody finished his championship at the Inland Empire Hound Club Specialty Show, taking BOB from the classes over an entry of 40 Borzoi.

Moody was born by c-section and was a 'singleton' puppy.  He was a big puppy, I thought because he was the only puppy.  Nope, he was huge.  At eight weeks, however, he was asleep in a heap of toys and was accidentally stepped on by another dog and his leg snapped in two.  Despite his being out of commision during a critical development period, he managed the physical therapy just fine and has no limp.  In fact, he managed to get his JC with two phenomenal runs.  His points toward his championship title came very quickly once we got started and he earned all his points and a major win in two months.  He had to go back to his co-owners and a year later he was finally able to come back to finish his championship.  Not only did he finish, he took BEST OF BREED!  The next day he took his first (5 pt.) major towards his grand championship.  He has been bred once so far, his first litter expected May 18, 2018.