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The M.I.S.S held our Annual General Meeting at Baginton Village Hall on the 22nd April 2002. The rule changes, which
were sent out to members, were all approved, and it was announced that the Society had recieved a nomination for President. As no ballot was required, Mr Jeremy
Bott was elected, and welcomed as President for the next three years. Jeremy has been a member since the inception of the Society, and has supported us throughout.
The Officers and Committee look forward to working with him.
For Details Of Officers And Committee Click Here
IN THE STATES WITH
KERRSIENNA CHICAGO RAVE JW
I have found a very suitable mate for Rave and if all goes well there will be a twining of
British Bred & American Irish Setters lines combined. So many people here are quite excited at the prospects and have had so many visitors to my website since
this news has travelled here in the States.
So many have written to me to tell me how much they have fell in love with Rave after seeing her photo taken at Crufts 2000. If anybody is interested visit the
website WindRose Irish showing the Sire of the boy I have chosen (who is now listed in the Top 10 of Irish here
in the States) . His First Litter resulted in 6 out of 7 becoming Champions! and the breeder was voted Top Breeder for 2000. The Sire "Hooli" gained the
crown of top stud dog for 2000, and the Dam was voted Top brood Bitch. The First litter was voted Top litter for 2000, and non of this came to light until I
happened to view the quarterly ISCA pictorial. I just stumbled on this dogs photo not knowing his background but liked what I saw. After inquiring about him
all the above came to light and the Breeder of this boy has been very kind providing answers to all the impertinent questions I needed to ask!. These two boys could
easily compete in the UK ring as they are not your typical American Reds. Type is very close to the British Bred Irish. The owner of the son I like
"Killian" is so excited that she is waiving a stud fee for a bitch puppy from the prospective, pending liter. Hope you enjoy a visit to the WindRose Irish
and look forward to your response in "Dear Red". I think the majority of the Irish Fraternity should also look at the Sire as I feel he could benefit the
UK Irish greatly!
With Kind regard,
Father (Head Study)
Son & Father in the ring
The first Irish to your Left is the Son which i am interested in.