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"Impressive" lineage, GSP

"Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby ralange » Tue Aug 24, 2010 6:38 pm

I have come across quite a few GSPs with "Impressive" in their bloodlines, but my searches for info specifically on that one turns up nothing; anybody have any insight? Would love to find out more.
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby lvrgsp » Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:37 pm

You talking Meir's son of Impressive, DC Shill Rest's Impressive?......Had the mosst success in NSTRA that I know of, exceptional retrievers and good noses is all I have heard. I believe there was a little shot of Wildburg blood in there from Kay a few gens back
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby ACooper » Tue Aug 24, 2010 8:45 pm

Check out Rob at www.germanbirddogs.com

Lots of dogs down from shill's rest stuff. Some rusty via blue earth rexx also. Rob is a good guy.
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby ralange » Wed Aug 25, 2010 8:49 am

Thanks guys. My husband and I rescued a GSP, but he was AKC and all. We registered him and got his pedigree- lots of "Impressive"s on the dam's (Yankee's Impressive Abbigail) side. He's proving to be a seemingly excellent pup! Eager to please, sharp as a tack- holding point and retrieving at ~9 months. We planned him as a hunting dog, hopefully both for upland and waterfowl, but now we're getting the FT bug! Gun dog bug in general...pretty sure we'll be accumulating and developing more GSPs soon. So, very eager to learn about what we have!
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby horizon » Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:14 pm

Are you looking for DC Shillrest's Impressive?
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby horizon » Sat Feb 26, 2011 11:05 am

My female Horizon's Vanna Vom Hustleberg is Line bred on DC Shillrest's Impressive. Her pedigree is available @ www.perfectpedigrees.com
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby northern cajun » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:40 pm

That's Kathy Kurtz from Pa. The dog was a true natural in fact what I would consider a really good dual in both venues.
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby horizon » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:12 am

Check out my Chevy dog on my website www.horizonkennelsgsp.com Chevy is on the bottom of the Kennels page! He is a throw back to Shillrest!
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby northern cajun » Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:24 pm

Nice stock Horizon.
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby snips » Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:08 pm

Meires Son of Impressive was a 1xCh. Call name was Blue..Probably look him up on NSTRA records...
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Re: "Impressive" lineage, GSP

Postby hi-tailyn » Sun Jul 10, 2011 8:38 pm

Meires Son of Impressive was a 1xCh. Call name was Blue..

My first dog was out of Blue. Brandi will be 16 yrs old next month, and still plays with the young boys.
She is NASDCH/3xNGDC-RU/FC/AFC Gertrudes Blue Brandi JH
She has produced 3 Futurity winner/runner ups, multiple National AKC and AF Champions and many FC and AFC. Was '06 Dam of the year of Field Trial Dogs.

Blue's Dam was linebred and had many dominant Nat. Ch behind her.

Brandi taught me how to bird hunt and how to win the Nationals.
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