Date: Sat, 18 Oct 1997
From: Kathy Pavlich
A giant WELL DONE to Beth Tilson and her boy "Miles" aka..Ch.Chantilly's High Stakes. whose excellant handling has led to Miles''s AKC Novice Agility title-
Beth's first dog trained in Agility-she qualified with 3 in a row ! one
1st place and a 3rd place at our own Beardie Nationals. As the co-owner and
breeder of her "moose-man" we are very proud of you as is your "mum"-Veronica.-this is her first agility kid as befits her 1st born son!
Sorry we weren't there to cheer you on but we are STILL on the corgi-whelping watch........but Roxie also says....WELL DONE!
as always, behind the redwood curtain
Date: Sun, 19 Oct 1997
From: Beth Tilson
Thank you Kathy ! Mama Veronica should be proud....as is papa Chauncey ! This adds another Agility titled kid for Chuck ! Miles took -almost- everything with style, and actually decided he loves the dog walk soooo much he nearly went back to take it again !!! ( is this the "Shelby" theory ? )
I missed Annie and Sharon's run, but by evidence of the HUGH smile on
Sharon Prassa's (and Annie's) face I'll take it as a job well done ! And Congrats ! Jack and Skye and Caper always give an amazing run, what a show!!
It was a good day, Agility is aways fun !
Beth & the Highlander Gang.
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997
From: Libby Myers-buhite
Way to go, Beth! You don't believe in wasting time or in travelling, either,
I see. Three runs and three legs and all within 20 miles of your home!
Congrats on your youngster, Miles (Ch Chantilly High Stakes, NA, CGC).
Leg 1 at the Border Terrier Specialty in Santa Rosa
Leg 2 at the Bearded Collie Specialty in Highland Park
Leg 3 this weekend in Petaluma.
It was awesome to watch you.
I hear that you got Brenie's CD at only four shows! I guess that experience
tells you when its time to go for those legs and titles. Keep up the
All the Best!
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