2004 Québec Regional Specialty Results
June 5, 2004
Base Plein Air Ste-Foy
Judge: Thomas Burke
1. Silverhill’s Spirit of Houston
12-18 month Dog / Male, 12-18mois (1 entered)
1. Tremrott’s Tommy v Chafard
Tremrott’s Tommy v Chafard – Sylvie Charette
Silverhill’s Spirit of Houston – Stephane Sylvain
12-18 month Female / Femelle, 12-18 mois (1 entered)
1. Zoengel Prorot Aby
Open Bitch / Femelle, Classe Ouverte (2 Entered)
1. Cusson Orka vom Axel
2. Cammcastle’s Take Them By Two
Cusson Orka vom Axel – Jean Luc Cusson
Zoengel Prorot Aby – Robert Fortin
Specials Only / Classe Spéciale (6 entered / 1 Absent)
Best of Breed / Meilleur de la race:
CH. PROROT MACPA WENDY – Robert Fortin
Best of Opposite Sex / Meilleur du sex opposé:
CH. PROROT ROCKER – Robert Fortin
Best of Winners / Meilleur des gagnants:
TEMROTT'S TOMMY V CHAFARD - Sylvie Charette
Best Puppy in Breed / Meilleur chiot:
SILVERHILL'S SPIRIT OF HOUSTON – Stephane Sylvain
The Rottweiler Club of Canada held a Regional Specialty show in Québec on June 5, 2004. This was the first show in that Region in many many years. Now that we have a Québec Director and we've held our first event there, I only see things getting better for that region.
I made the 9 hour trip from Toronto, Ontario with fellow club member Rachel Murphy, no dogs and a box full of prizes. It was a lot of fun. Our Québec RCC members Sylvie D’Auteuil, Janin Beland, Marie-Josée Thibault and Christian Denis warmly greeted us and they made us feel right at home. The Société Canine de Québec inc. put on a great venue and was a pleasure to work with. They even had the RCC logo on the label of their homemade wine that they served at the banquet dinner on Saturday night. The wine was called "Cuvée du Renifleur". The wine was so so but the food was great and the people were fantastic. I was so impressed; they even let me take an (empty) bottle home as a souvenir.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the people that sponsored our show.
We only had 12 entries, which isn't great but encouraging because it should get better every year. Hopefully this will become an annual event.
Thanks to those who guided, participated, sponsored, organized etc... it truly is a group effort to put on a show.
Congratulations to all the winners!