|Carmil's Prime Rate (Prime son)|
|Ch Carmil's Stetson|
|Carmil's Martini (Hawkeye daughter)|
|AOE 1992/94 GV Ch. Campaigner's-Gatewood Uzi ROM TC HIC|
|Ch Stuttgart's Sundance Kid ROM/C|
|Ch Campaigner's-Gatewood Haganah ROM|
|GV Ch. Merkel's Vendetta ROM|
GSDC of America --- 1989 --- 6 to 9 Puppy Dog
"handsome young black and red male, good coming and going, nice outline covered a lot of ground in motion. A really great attitude. I would like to see a little better ear set. A nice youngster and should do well in the future."
~ Margaret 'Peggy' Douglas
GSDC of America---1989---Best Puppy
"...was a typey, good side moving dog, pretty and good bone. Masculine head and clean on both ends."
~ Betty Radzevich
GSDC of America---1990---Select #7
"... nice, attractive, black and red/tan youngster. Strong in appearance, aggressive in motion, firm in back. He could use a bit more forehand but moves with coordination. clean, ear set a shade close. Appealing."
~ Ed Barritt
GSDC of America---1991---Select #10
GSDC of America --- 1992 --- Best of Breed
"a large stallion of a male with excellent sex characteristics. Beautiful shoulder, with a matching rear. Excellent bone and depth of body. A strong male head, unfortunately, with a rather poor ear set. He moved with easy power, pushing off well in the rear, with a good opening of the shoulder. Strongly pigmented, in good coat and condition. He is quite clean coming and going. I had to get past his ear set to fully appreciate his quality. Although not the spectacular side mover as the Grand Victrix, he was simply the better overall dog. He is that rare stallion type that the breed needs today."
~ Ralph Roberts
GSDC of America --- 1994 --- Best of Opposite Sex
"my initial impression of this dog is that of a large black and tan (strong color) stallion male of good proportion, but not overdone. He possesses an excellent head (strong mussel---proper length, not too long, and good underjaw), nice length of neck, strong back, appealing overline, well formed rear and substantail bone. In motion he was a consistent performer, never faltering, but could use a bit more front extension. When posed he is quite magnificent, standing calmy and alert from beginning to end. In retrospect, I'd say that he came to win and he did. To me he looks like a Grand Victor---having the appearance of substance and strength lacking in some of the males being shown today."
~ Ed Barritt
GSDC of America---1995---Select #4
"This was one of the few dogs that I recognized. Twice the Grand Victor, he came to win. He never quit working but, unfortunately, this was not his best day in the ring. Standing he has great presence and is a stallion of a dog. Proud and noble. A black and tan with good secondary sex characteristics. He has good proportions, is deep in body and has a strong back and rear. He is clean coming and going and moves with his feet close to the ground. While he did not move as well from the side as the others, he earned a placing as a Select."
~ Carmen Battaglia
1994 Register of Merit Sire
indicates a member of the 13 Club