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Whipshe Cairn Terriers
"Ollie"
Ollie
CH Ollie North of the Highlands
"Ollie" was bred and co-owned by my very good friend, the late Betty Race.  He is pictured winning Best of Breed at the Cairn Terrier Club of America National Specialty being handled by Carol Ackerson.  Ollie was Best in Sweepstakes at the CTCA National Specialty the year before. 

"Ollie"
Ollie
CH Ollie North of the Highlands
"Ollie" is shown winning the terrier group under my former boss, the late Dora Lee Wilson.  Dora Lee was a renowned terrier handler and had especial success with West Highland White Terriers and Welsh Terriers.  I always admired the Wilsons honesty and integrity - a rarity amongst handlers.  Ollie was out of a bitch I bred, CH Whipshe Wench.

"Atom"
Atom
CH Cairland Atom Action
"Atom" was a favorite of mine from his earliest puppyhood.  I loved his type and head - he was bred by Glenna Barnes but of Cairmar breeding - one of the leading American kennels at that time.  Atom was a true 10" Cairn - he was the grandsire of Ollie North.

"Mister"
Mister
CH Mister Mi Mac Cair
"Mister" was a sound red dog and is pictured winning Best in Sweepstakes at the CTCA National Specialty under English breeder-judge Patricia Breach.  He was also RWD the next day at the CTCA National under Ann Rogers Clark.  He was bred by Patricia Oppenheimer, a personal friend of Betty Race and he was later owned by Karen Burnett.

"Cat"
Glasgow
CH Concannon Glasgow
"Cat" was a wonderful headed dog and is pictured winning under my late friend Ed McGough who owned the first Cardigan Welsh Corgi to win an All Breed Best in Show.  Cat was Reserve Winners Dog at the CTCA National Specialty.  He was bred and owned by Joyce Stephens, another personal friend of Betty Race.

"Annie"
Annie
Concannon Annie McMeachin
"Annie" was a superb breed specimen but she disliked the ring and was a poor shower - hence we did not campaign her to her title.  She was the litter sister of Glasgow - which combined breeding lines such as Ljekarna from England, and Cairmar and Wolfpit from the US.  Sadly she was not bred from.  She was bred and co-owned with Joyce Stephens.
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