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Identifier: airedaleterriers00bake

Title: The Airedale terrier standard simplified

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Baker, William Edgar, 1885- [from old catalog]

Subjects: Airedale terrier

Publisher: New York, N.Y., Field and fancy pub. corp.

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation



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him at the Wolverhampton Show, but stillshowing with fire. He was the sire of Ch. Prince of York, who in turn sired 1(1 Ch. Clonmel Command, Endcliffe Commander, sire of the great bitch Ch.Yickery Soubrette, Ch. Bothwell Sorceress, Clonmel Hearts Key, an Englishwinner, Larchmere Proud Prince, sire of Larchmere Pretender, and someof the lovely Larchmere bitches, Princess Peggy and Bilmer Constance outof Ch. The Marchioness. Ch. Clonmel Imperious was a daughter of Cromp-ton Oorang and in Canada, his son Ch. Rockey Oorang, sire of Ch. FlornellOorang, Ch. Clonmel Isonomy, Abbey Master Magic and Ch. King Oorang.Among the get of the latter are Ch. Afton Queen Oorang, Ch BaughfellBriar, Baughfell Sceptre, and King Oorang bitches proved good producers.Fair Play and Hearts Desire from Gay Lady, and Ch. Geelong Cadet fromTanglewold Titania, producing the best. From a breeding point of view, Crompton Oorangs greatest son wasTintern Desire, one of the breeds greatest sires. His blood has produced


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J>~ THE OTTERHOUND, J. C. Carricks Charmer, by Wellington ex Countess a large percentage of the best winners in both England arid America.Desire sired Ch. Tintern Royalist, one of the best Airedales ever shown inAmerica, Ch. Woodhall Bobs, Ch. Springbank Sceptre, Ch. Vickery Vesta,Ch. Dargle Deputy, Ch. Springbank Sunshine, and the famous brood matronBrosna Bacchante, winner of two English Championships, including Cruftsin 1910, imported by the writer in 1911. Bred to Uncle Sam, whose breedingwe will refer to again, she produced the great bitch Bingley Blossom, twicea Garden winner. Bacchante was also dam of Ch. McConnells Queen, andgranddam of Ch. Killarney Christmas Bells, Ch. Killarney Regent, andTanglewold Terror, whose ability as a sire lay in producing bitches whohave produced winners, also sire of Ch. Geelong Cadet, Lucknow Homespun,etc., and grandsire of Ch. Brookhaven Laddie, Mystery Marchioness, etc.Thus we see how the blood of Master Briar traces directly to a hostof the



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