AELWYD CARDIGAN WELSH CORGIS
Red & white Cardigans can range from pale fawn to the rich red of a copper penny. Red is dominant to tri-color (black & white with tan points) but recessive to all other Cardigan colors.
American, Canadian & Mexican Champion Aelwyd Red Hot Dragon, American, Canadian & Mexican CD
Ch. Aelwyd Flaming Dragon, X Am/Mex. Ch. Finnshavn Trailwyn Tarif
"Buster," finished his American championship from Puppy class. His American CD and Mexican titles were earned in the next two years and then he stayed home for a few years. When he was 8 years old he went to Canada where he won Best Of Winners at the National Specialty.
If that wasn't enough for one day, this wonderful old dog went on to win High Score in obedience in the afternoon. He finished his Canadian CD in a single weekend, and his championship later that same week. He remains the only dog in the breed to hold both championship and obedience titles in the U.S., Canada & Mexico.
Like a fine wine, this grand old dog continued to improve with age. Buster retired again for a few years, then at the age of 13 he won the Veteran Sweepstakes at the CWCCSC regional Specialty.
American, Canadian & Mexican Champion Aelwyd Hotspur
Ch. Jezalin Hot Toddy
"Percy" This grand old man was a richly colored red & white. He is shown here at the National Specialty just before his tenth birthday. That same year Percy was Best in Veteran Sweepstakes at the CWCCSC specialty. In his younger days he won his puppy class at the very first Canadian National Specialty and was Reserve Winners Dog there the following year. Percy won a Group placement at the time he finished his Mexican championship. He retired with a dear friend in Texas and lived to celebrate his 15th birthday in July 2001.
American & Canadian Champion Aelwyd Glenmorangie
Am/Can Ch. Cardach B'N B's Cenau Flash X Ch. Aelwyd Perika Blaze Starr
Percy and Buster collaborated as grandfathers to "Angie," Best Of Winners at the 1994 Canadian National Specialty. Angie finished her American championship from Bred By Exhibitor class.
Angie's mother, Best Of Winners at the 1991 Canadian National Specialty.