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(CH Brackenhill Royal Tartan HSAs ROMX x CH Wildair Tonalee Love's Look)

DOB: August 17, 2005


DNA Clear by Parentage for CEA and CL

DNA Tested Clear for TNS (UNSW_ID BC1479)

Rime is now living out her retirement with her breeder, Bonnie Harris.  Many thanks to Bonnie for sharing Rime with us.

We first met Rime in the summer of 2006.  We were immediately impressed with this girl, and knew she was special.  Rime is the type of Border Collie we love.  She has beautiful structure, with effortless movement, a great energetic personality and natural herding instinct.

Rime started her show career just before her first birthday and picked up several singles and a 5 point major.  She then took a short break from the show ring for some herding training with Shannon Pfifer (Kenleigh Acres Farm).  In early October at 14 months of age, Rime went to her first herding trial and easily qualified for her first HS leg on sheep.  A couple weeks later Rime flew to the Border Collie nationals with Kathy and Jenny.  Rime was quickly noticed by many and won Best in Puppy Sweepstakes and 1st place in the 12-18 month class at the 2006 BCSA National Specialty Show.  The following weekend Rime came home to finish her CH with two more majors.

Libbye Miller, 2006 BCSA Nationals Sweepstakes judge, wrote the following about Rime in her critique published in Borderlines,
     "My sweeps winner was a lovely bitch who exemplified a balanced, effortless, ground covering trot as asked for in the standard (and without generic and excessive reach and drive).  She moved at moderate speed and covered the ground lightly with minimal effort, each of her parts flowing smoothly together.  She stood out with the balance, harmony, and moderation that allow a Border Collie to be a functional working dog."


Rime wins an Award of Merit and 1st Place Herding Titled Bitches at the 2011 BCSA National Specialty!!

Rime earns her HSAs title in August 2008! Thanks to our friend Denise Waiting for training and trialing her! 



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