Gr.Am./Can/Int'l Ch. Majic Azuma Wilbec Holiday Connection
Lily finished her Championship taking 3 back to back majors,
ALL FROM THE BRED BY EXHIBITOR CLASS!
She then went onto go Best Of Breed over top ranked male specials,
and won a Group 4 behind some well known Sporting Dog group winners.
During her career Lily won many Best of Breeds,
a feat not easily done among the top males being shown.
(Shown here with co-owner, Katie Effert)
In 2014 Lily was in the Top 10 in the Nation, for females!
This amazing girl was invited to the gala event at our Parent Club Top 20 event for the 2014 Nationals,
all with limited showing!
She also started, and finished, her Canadian Championship during the weekend of the Canadian Nationals!
Lily was bred to Majic Quantum Final Leap (Scottie)
with puppies due July 12, 2017
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Esspecial Moonlite Express~X~A/C. Ch. Majic Wilbec's American Dream
Lily is from a pedigree I have long admired.
Lily took a little break from showing and came back gang busters! Lily went Best Puppy at the Santa Clara English Springer Spaniel Specialty under Judge Roger Orton. It took a long time for Lily's coat to grow back to a respectable length.So she was held out from the show ring for over a year.
She won 3 of the 4 days at Linn County.
Here are two of her recent wins,
all from the Bred By Exhibitor Class.
She also placed or won her classes both days.
Lily went to the 2009 Nationals at Purina Farms
just outside of St. Louis, Mo.
She placed 3rd in a very nice sweeps class under
breeder Lynda O'Connor IN SPITE of blowing coat
like crazy just before we left.
She is all but buck nekkid!
Movement photo by Joan Beck
She placed again at the 2010 Nationals under breeder judge Betty Ann Hale.
She also went Best of Breed from the classes, in October.
She is quite the dog!
Lily is bred by :
Lily went Best Puppy at the Santa Clara English Springer Spaniel Specialty under Judge Roger Orton.
It took a long time for Lily's coat to grow back to a respectable length.So she was held out from the show ring for over a year.