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1999 was a very busy year for us.  Rhett was growing up but still had a long way to go.  We did a lot of conformation shows in Europe (in 6 countries) and
were even invited to stay with friends in the USA and visit the ASCA National Specialty show in Longview, Washington. 
Go to our "American Adventure" page and see our 4 Aussies at the Nationals.
Show Results
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Rhett and Flirt
(Snowcrest's Shameless
Flirt) are doing well in the
all breed brace classes.
Here they took 2nd place
in Tienen - Belgium
on August 1, 1999.
(handled by Debby Michielsen of
Some Kind of Magic Australian
Shepherds)
On this page you can find some of Rhett's show results.  Since conformation is one of our major activities, we do a lot of shows.  Listing all of them would take us too far.  I will give you a short discription and some nice pictures of his
major results.   Look for updates regularly.
Rhett started his show career at the tender age of  12 weeks.  We went to the 3-day con-
formation show of the Australian Shepherd
Club of Germany in Königswinter. 
He placed 2nd on the first day and took 1st place on the second day.  The third day ....
he was so fed up with it all ....
he would not stand still for more than a second and finished on the 2nd place again.  No matter,  he was so
cute ........
Later the same year, on November 7th, '98  I took Rhett to his first big International show in
Rouen, France.  58 Aussies were entered.  Rhett was in puppy class (6-9 months).  He took
1st place, won Best Puppy and later that day went Best Puppy in Group.  We had a ball !
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Rouen, France - 1998
1999 was a very busy year for us.  Rhett was growing up but still had a long way to go.  We did a lot of conformation shows in Europe (in 6 countries) and
were even invited to stay with friends in the USA and visit the ASCA National Specialty show in Longview, Washington. 
Go to our "American Adventure" page and see our 4 Aussies at the Nationals.
At the show in Goes (Holland) Rhett and his
new friend Ilona took 3rd place in the Junior
Handling competition.




The following year (april 2000) Ilona and Rhett won the Junior handling final in Leeuwarden (Holland) - no picture available.
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Photo by GAD, France.
Left to right : Karen Ritter of Snowcrest Australian Shepherds with Snowcrests
Shameless Flirt, Diane Huismans of Wyndanwood Australian Shepherds with
Wyndanwood Red Devil's Rock and Snowcrest Dancin' by Moonlight, Debby
Michielsen and Luc Goossens
of Some Kind of Magic Australian Shepherds with Snowcrest Some Kind of Magic, Snowcrest Luck of the Draw and Wyndanwood Canadian Sunset.
Photo by Diane Huismans, The Netherlands.
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On May 9, we were guests of the Australian Shepherd Club of Germany again.  Rhett was entered in the 12-18 months class and took 3rd place under breeder judge Selena Poplin (USA). 
On 2nd place, his litter brother Flash - Wyndanwood Ricochet Boppre. 
Another  "Scout" son followed in their footsteps on the 4th place.
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May was indeed a very busy month.  The biggest event in Europe that year, the FCI European Dog Show was held in the beautiful town of Tülln, 40 km from Vienna, Austria.
Rhett was entered in the Junior class (9-18 months). 
Go to our special "European and World Dog Shows"
page to see the results.
Also in May, on the 22nd to be precise,
Rhett won his first CAC (championship
certificat) towards his Dutch Champions
Title.  4 are needed to acknowledge this.

Snowcrests Shameless Flirt was BOB and went Reserve Best in Show.
Photo by Wim Van Vugt, Holland
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1998-1999
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From now on, Rhett was old enough to enter the open class ....  his first "open"
result was a 4th place with mention "excellent" at the Bundessieger show in
Dortmund, Germany.