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Betsy Sh Ch Elgert Lady Sta’Dust JW 

Dam: Sh Ch Reedmace Sweetbriar Floss for Elgert JW ShCm  
Sire:  Sh Ch Sonnetend Finishing Touch at Shirmal  
Born: 11th February 2016
Hips: 7:6=13        Eyes: Clear        Heart: Clear 
3 CC's 7 RCC's

Betsy has proven to be a proper dual purpose girl. She has excelled as a mum and her progeny are really making their mark in the show ring & working areas’s.  She has spent a few years on the beating line and on her first entry into the BASC Classes at Crufts she won the Any other Sporting Spaniel Trophy - a really impressive achievement.


From her first litter Elgert Surprise Surprise won Best Puppy in Show at the Field Spaniel Champ Show in 2018.  Also from this litter she has a girl Sabrina in USA with Karen Balinski – Killara Field Spaniels and also a boy Kevin in Finland with Jaana Kerman – Didilcom's Hen Field Spaniels. Both these dogs have produced well in their new countries enhancing the gene pool internationally.


Her 2nd litter she produced 5 gorgeous pups and gave me my first Roan Field Spaniel puppies, 2 Blue Roans, along with 2 x Blacks and 1x Liver – a really colourful litter! Already our Ester (liver) is a Show Champion and Merlin (black) has a CC with Reyah (black) in Jersey waiting for Covid to make travelling easier to get to more shows and then the 2 Roan Boys, 1 is in the show ring and maturing up well with some lovely wins and comments on him and the other boy is learning to be a Gundog and hopefully will also train for Pat Dogs.


Betsy’s final litter late 2021 she had 3 pups, a Liver, a Black and another Blue Roan.  We are excited to see how these progress - on their first outing to a show at 6 months and 2 days Bertie Black – Elgert Future Past won the RCC! Training for Gundog work has begun so will be lovely to see their progress in and out of the show ring.

Manchester Champ Show 2022 & under breed specialist Mrs Jill Holgate Betsy gains her 3rd CC & her Show Champion Title – delighted !

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Fit for Function and Fit for Life

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