Rush Hill Golden Retrievers

Chaos

GCH Rush Hill’s Run’n Amuck at Abelard OA OAJ AXP AJP NFP WC VCX SDHF OS

Highlights

  • 2009 GRCA National Specialty Best of Breed (breeder judge Jeff Pepper – Pepperhill)
  • 2010 GRCA National Specialty Best of Breed (breeder judge Henric Fryckstrand – Dewmist-Sweden)
  • 2011 GRCA National Specialty Best of Opposite Sex (Breeder judge Barbara Pepper – Pepperhill)
  • GRCA Show Dog Hall of Fame
  • Multiple Best In Shows
  • Multiple Best In Specialty winner
  • Versatility Certificate Excellent
  • Outstanding Sire (20 Champion offspring)

Judges Critiques

An exquisite dog, gray faced.  I’m assuming he’s a veteran.  Extremely balanced.  Exquisite front end.  Beautiful bend of stifle in the rear.  Neck, shoulder, topline, just a wonderful dog.   Very light on his feet.

Barbara Pepper (Pepperhill)

2011 GRCA National Specialty, Best of Opposite Sex

A handsome compliment to the BOB bitch and the sire of the WD & WB today. He is clearly a male with bone and appropriate size and balance. He is sound coming and going and has a firm topline. He is a quality representative of the breed”

Virgina Lyne

2008 GRCA Western Regional Specialty, Best of Opposite Sex

A gorgeous dog oozing quality and in wonderful bloom, combining masculinity and elegance with substance in a perfect way, well balanced head nice expression, reachy neck which is well set on, lovely front, plenty of bone, and neat feet, well-ribbed and deep through the heart, the best of top lines excellent quarters with good second thigh, holds his outline perfectly on the move, immaculately presented in perfect coat, wonderful length of stride, moves seemingly without effort and I felt he was a very worthy winner and ultimately landed the Best of Breed.

Henric Fryckstrand (Dewmist / Sweden)

2010 GRCA National Specialty, Best of Breed

This dog had nearly everything that I was looking for, beginning with his excellent compact, silhouette showing beautiful type, his expressive correct head and eye, with added character given by his slightly graying muzzle and expressive eyes. He has a lovely level backline both standing and moving, a beautifully and correctly constructed front with good forechest, excellent layback of shoulder and his scapula and upperarm of nearly equal length, giving him the desired front angulation that was perfectly balanced by that of his hindquarters. He was a joy to watch going around the ring as well as coming and going, giving the clear impression of an athletic dog capable of a full day’s work without tiring. In an entry of this size attitude is also important, and this dog was bursting with great attitude that never quit. This wonderful package was wrapped in a correct, moderate, double coat with just enough feathering to make an excellen

Jeff Pepper (Pepperhill)

2009 GRCA National Specialty, Best of Breed