Scottish Terriers
CH. Wildwind Son of the Sea x CH. Barbary I Can't Recall                
Breeders:  Brenda Miller & Maurine McConnell
Gracie made her show career
debut at the age of 5 months
when she competed with 130
puppies for Best in Match Puppy
in Terre Haute, Indiana on April
19, 2002.  She proved to be a
"pro" at this young age, beating all
other puppies for Best in Match
Puppy.  She is pictured here with
Judge Phil Frielich and owner
Larry, who shows her exclusively.
Scottish Terrier Specialty Wins

Scottish Terrier Club of Greater Pittsburgh  5-10-02
Best in Sweepstakes - Judge Joy McDonald
Great Lakes Terrier Assoc. Chicago, Ill.  6-15-02
Best in Sweepstakes - Judge Theresa Duncan
Scottish Terrier Club of Greater Louisville  8-24-02
Best in Sweepstakes - Judge Jane Phelan
Scottish Terrier Club of Michigan  Burton, MI  9-7-02
Best in Sweepstakes - Judge Barbara DeSaye
Terrier Club of Michigan, Monroe, MI  9-27-02
Best of Breed Puppy - Judge Clay Coady
On October 6, 2002 Gracie
competed in the largest Terrier
Specialty in the United States,
Montgomery County Kennel Club,
in the 9-12 month puppy bitch
class.  She won her first 5 point
major.  She also won Winners
Bitch, beating 54 female scotties.  If
that wasn't enough, she proceeded
to win Best of Winners, beating a
total of 103 Scotties from the
Classes.  She is pictured here with
Judge Merle Taylor and Larry
handling her, of course.
April 11, 2003 found us in sunny
Sacramento, California for the San
Francisco Bay Scottish Terrier Specialty.
Gracie completed her championship run
under Judge Clay Coady (pictured on
the left) by taking Winners Bitch and an
Award of Merit for another 5 point
major.  Mr. Coady picked her from a very
large and prestigious class.  Larry looks
pretty doggone happy!!
Gracie is a Champion!!!!
5 points + 5 Points + 5 Points
All at Scottish Terrier Specialties
The following day, April 12, 2003
Gracie competed as a Champion for
the first time.  Sacramento Kennel
Club was the venue, Charlotte
McGowan was the judge.  Gracie
went Best of Breed over many of
the top Scotties in the country.  So it
was on to the Terrier Groups ring
for the first time ever....was Larry
ready for this pressure?
Well, as you can see, Larry was
up to the pressure.  Gracie took a
Group 3.  She and Larry both
performed like pros.....beating
many of the top Terrier handlers
in the country.  This was a very
prestigious win under Betsy Dale,
who is a very well known Terrier
judge.  Gracie beat 373 Terriers,
placing her in the Top Ten All
Breed statistics and Top Ten
Scottish Terrier in the country.
Gracie continued to compete in the All Breed show ring until August of 2003,
maintaining her Top Ten Status in All Breed and Scottish Terrier Breed
In September of 2003 she was semi-retired to have her first litter of puppies.  
She was bred to the Best of Breed winner of Montgomery County Kennel
Club October, 2002, CH Whiskeybae Wager of West pride, "Maverick."  
Gracie maintained her Top Ten Status even though she was taking care of
her puppies.  She finished 2003 as #11 Scottish Terrier All Breed, #5
Scottish Terrier Bitch in the country.
A Special thanks to Ron and Maurine McConnell who sold us this beautiful
bitch ( and spent many hours mentoring us on handling, grooming and many
other things too numerous to mention), Brenda Miller & Maurine McConnell
who bred her, Gary and Kim Stroede whose male "Dylan" sired her, and the
many people who encouraged us along the way.  It was quite a ride.  Gracie
was shown in limited venues for a number of years.....see her beautiful
puppies on this website.                 ......
March 8, 2003 gave Gracie the
opportunity to complete another leg
of her championship journey at the
Scottish Terrier Club of Greater
Dayton Specialty.  She won  the
12-18 month puppy bitch class and
then Winner's Bitch from another 5
point major.  She is pictured here
with Judge Joan Schurr-Kefeli and
her, becoming very professional
handler, Larry.