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 Morningstar was my first Frenchie Belle.  In 1994, she gave to us our first Frenchie froglets born on Bob & my anniversary in an evening emergency.  She is shown with our first homebred AKC champ:  "Match."  To celebrate his 6 mos. birthday, he won a 5 pt. major win with my bumbling job of presenting him at a local AKC dogshow. What an unforgettable moment for me!
  Match is shown with one of six champions that were produced in his first two litters.  He never retired. He continued producing good quality, playing dogshow with me, playing with Fancibul puppies in the litters that came along until 2005 when he passed away.   In our second litter, Star gave us Am. Can. L. Am, Intl CH. Fancibul's Boots Scooter.   After producing two specialty winning puppies in US and Canada, Boots  journeyed to Argentina to join Sergio Blois of Charmed Bulls.  Boots  become a notable producer of top dogs in many  South American kennels.

CH. Here Tis' Up 'n Adam's Match  with mom,
Sandy Ridge Morningstar


CH. Here Tis' Up 'n Adam's Match with son, Ch. R and B's His Honor of Fancibul


Intl. Am. Can. CH. Fancibul's Boots Scooter



Ch. Hi-Arc's Minnie Mouse


Hi-Arc's Grey Poupon



Fancibul Sunkist Star Arisen

Minnie was specifically selected to be Match's special girl.  She and sister, Mustard, were daughters of Ch. Cox's Goodtime Charlie Brown who has remained the top producing stud dog  for our breed as sire of  99 AKC Champions.


Mustard produced 5 AKC and 1 Canadian Champ. She had litters of 6 - One of my most devoted "moms" , a devoted companion to me and her puppies. Mustard won a Best of Breed and had seveal points showing, but she hated the showring.   



Raisin was born in Minnie's second litter. She earned 11 pts. toward her title  including a major.   Raisin was a multi-champion producer and lived her whole life closeby my side.  

Fancibul Summernight Dream


CH Fancibul Diamond In The Sky


CH Fancibul Diamond Gem O'Boss

Summer hated the showring. She never became an AKC champion but was one of my best producers of quality. One day when she showed rather well and won Best of Breed.  I remarked, "You are DONE as far as I am concerned."  I was OUT of patience with her.

Diamond was another girl with the Ch. Cox's Goodtime Make His  Mark heritage.  She produced several champions but hated the showring herself.  She was the mother of "Stone" (right). 


Along with the joys and thrills, there is an occasional tragedy.  One of my most beautiful and most beloved studly bullies was "Stone."   He was accidentally and fatally injured in rough play with a Belle.  Sired by top producer Ch. C and D's LaBoss Mon Buntin, He too left behind champion get.  With frozen sperm in  storage, I hope to produce a puppy in 2010-2011 sired by this beautiful cream male.