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CH Rummer Run's Brigadier

Sire: Rummer Run's Tug Of War, SOM
Dam: CH Rummer Run's Cheers

Line Bred through 4 generations
Double - CH Hi-Tech's Arbitrage,  SOM
Double - CH Shieldmont's Let's Make a Deal,  SOM
Triple - CH Rummer Run's High Noon,  SOM
Double - CH Holly Lane's Free As The Wind (1993 Futurity Winner)
Whelped: September 15, 2006
Stud Fee: $1500.00
At Stud to Approved Bitches

Conformation Specifics:
Correct Head and Bite
Short Coupled
Well Angulated
Excellent Mover
Excellent Feet and Front
Wonderful Laid Back Disposition
Two Dark Haws 

Judge - Mr. Stephen Gladstone
Best of Breed & Group 3
Tri-Star Kennel Club
October 18, 2008 

Judge - Mrs. Lee Canalizo
Best of Breed
Valdosta Kennel Club
April 9, 2009

Judge - Ms. Angela J. Porpora
Best of Breed & Group 2
Riverside West Kennel Club of Greater New Orleans
May 17, 2009

Judge - Mrs. N. A. Dinkfelt
Best of Breed
Tupelo Kennel Club
October 11, 2008 

Judge - Dr. R. A. Indeglia
Best of Breed
Georgia Boxer Club
September 18, 2008
Briggs is closely line bred with CH High Tech's Arbitrage, CH Carillon Elegance of Rummer Run (Ellie), and CH Rummer Run's High Noon on both sides of his pedigree.  Arbitrage and High Noon are both Sires of Merit, each having sired over 20 champions.  Ellie is a Dam of Merit with 4 champions to her credit.

Briggs is 26 inches at the withers and has excellent lay-back of shoulder, combined with a short coupled body, and really good angulation.  The transition from his neck to his shoulders is flawless resulting in an excellent top-line.  His side movement exhibits the long reach that an outstanding working dog should have.  His head is proper and perfectly balanced.  He has two dark haws that help to create a lovely expression.

Briggs has completed his 24 hour Holter monitoring to test his heart function and had 0 VPC's and normal cardiac output with no aortic stenosis.

Rummer Run's bloodlines are some of the best in the U.S.  With our record of 44 Champions, 2 Top Twenty winners, two successive Best of Breeds at the American Boxer Club National Competition, 2 ABC Grand Futurity Champions, and 51 All Breed Best in Shows,  Why would you breed anywhere else?

Ann B. and Steven G. Anderson

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