NAFC/FC/AFC SCOTT'S GINGERBREAD LADY
Sire: AFC Reeds Bo-Nine Max
Dam: Del Oro Katy Did Smoke
Color: White & Orange
Breeder: Staton Rosco
Owner: Scott Hoven
Ginger was a big going bitch and that showed a lot of promise. "She had a reputation for her powerful, wide ranging ground race and a highly animated style around game."
During her career she accumulated 35 quality placements; including 17 firsts placements. She gained a reputation for her powerful, wide ranging ground race and a highly animated style around game. She quickly finished both her field titles and in 1987 capped her career by winning the ABC National Amateur All-Age Championship.”
The Missouri Brittany Club takes great pride in presenting the nomination of NAC/FC/AFC SCOTT'S GINGERBREAD LADY for the Hall of Fame. "GINGER" was bred by club member Rosco Staton. She was owned and compaigned by Joan and Scott Hoven, who, during her lifetime, were active members of the Missouri Brittany Club.
GINGER burst onto the field trial scene during the fall trial season in 1983. Like so many before her, she showed up with an enthusiastic owner who may not have known for sure what he had, but he sensed it was real good. And good she was! During her career she accumulated 35 quality placements; 17 firsts, 9 seconds, 6 thirds, and 3 forths. She gained a reputation for her powerful, wide ranging, ground race and a highly animated style around game. She quickly finished both her field titles and in 1987 capped her career by winning the National Amateur All-Age Champoinship at Blue Mountain, outside Booneville, Arkansas.
GINGER's field trial accomplishments were equalled by her production record. She was bred 7 times to 5 different sires. Each of her litters produced field winners. She produced NC/FC/AFC AUX ARC'S MARK, 1 Dual Champion, 3 Field Champions, 5 Amateur Field Champions, 1 central futurity winner, and 1 central futurity runner-up. She produced 18 different winners who amassed a total of 210 field placements. The accompanying chart illustrates the overal quality of her get.
During the course of her career, GINGER had brief flings with various pros but she was basically an owner's dog. She probably spent much time at hom on the couch as she did on a stakeout chain. Her personality showed it.
GINGER deomonstrated her stanmina, drive, bird-finding ability and hear in the field. We feel her consistent performance record, along with heer obvious ability to pass these traits on, qualify her for admission int the Hall of Fame.
SCOTT'S GINGER BREAD LADY
1987 NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPION
1 - National Champion:
1992 National Champion FC/AFC Aux-Arc's Mark
3rd: 1991 National Championship
4th: 1990 National Championship
Runner-up: 1990 National Amateur Championship
Plus placeing in 11 hour stakes
1 - Dual Champion: DC/AFC Sparks'll Fly
3rd 1990 National Amatueur Championship
3 - Field Champions:
O'Cal's Mac Attack
5 - Amateur Field Champions:
Stoney Creek's Brush Buster
1 - Central Futurity Winner: Ginger's Blazing Bandit
1 - Central Futurity Runner-up: Top Gun Annie
18 Field Winners with 2010 placements
The Next Generation:
Carrybrook Nevel-Dee JH
FC/AFC Brigadoon's Katy'O
FC Don Ben Thruhere
Gabby Lynn Peiretti JH
AFC Lil Rascal
FC Michelle's Far-Out Mindy
Let Sparks Fly JH
CH Requet's Hi-Spirit Holliday
CH Requet's Riverglen Cricket
FC Rimarda's Molly A Dan D JH
FC Rowdy Napoleon Maertz JH
Shiloh's Sassy Suny Girl JH
FC Top Gun's Hi-Top Rebok
AFC Top Gun McDog
78 Field Winners with a total of 463 Field Placements