Pointer Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
GCH CH Dartmoor Black Jack 95.0 Black Dartmoor $200
GCH CH Torvale Sailor Sam 95.4 Lemon TorVale Kennels $200
GCH CH SouwestaSun Crystal Jack 95.1 Orange Burley Kennels $200
GCH CH Dartmoor Orange Fire 94.9 Orange Dartmoor $200
GCH CH SWP Delta Stream 94.9 Black SW Pointers $100
GCH CH Dartmoor Sir Lemon 95.0 Lemon Dartmoor $100
GCH CH Hillend SS In The Brig 95.2 Orange HillShine $25
CH Drift East of Eden 95.5 Black Drift Kennels $200
CH SWP Jack Sparrow 95.2 Black SW Pointers $100
CH Dartmoor Deltas Merge 94.8 Black Dartmoor $100
CH SWP Diamond Delight 95.0 Black SW Pointers $100
CH Drift Compass 95.0 Orange Drift Kennels $100
CH SWP Diamond Delta 94.9 Orange SW Pointers $100
CH SWP Diamond Chip 94.9 Black SW Pointers $100
CH Hillend SS Heatwave 94.7 Black HillShine $50
CH Dartmoor Lemonade 94.9 Lemon Wetlands Kennel $50
Redshoot Warlock 94.9 Black Redshoot Kennels $100
SS Volcan 95.0 Orange Burley Kennels $100
SS Volcano 95.2 Orange Burley Kennels $100
Dartmoor Orange Jack 94.9 Orange Dartmoor $100
Dartmoor Pirate Flame 94.9 Black Dartmoor $100
Dartmoor Delta Lad 95.1 Black Dartmoor $100
Redshoot Lemon Wizard 94.9 Lemon Redshoot Kennels $100
Dartmoor Sir Orange 95.0 Orange Dartmoor $100
Torvale Hornpipe 94.9 Orange TorVale Kennels $100
Halcyon Saucy Stream 94.7 Liver Halcyon Dreams $100
Halcyon Eagles Flight 95.0 Liver Halcyon Dreams $100
Halcyon Pinto 94.7 Black Halcyon Dreams $100
Halcyon Black Knight 94.7 Black Halcyon Dreams $100
Halcyon Black Stream 95.0 Black Halcyon Dreams $100
IMOS Eagle Canival 94.5 Liver IMOS KENNEL $50


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
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In multi-breed and all-breed shows, the winners of all breeds within the kennel club's breed Groups then compete for Group placements.
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Judges are generally certified to judge one or several breeds, usually in the same group, but a few "all-breed" judges have the training and experience to judge large numbers of breeds.