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One of the greatest females ever to look through a collar.
Her accomplishments of GIS and BIS makes it even more worthy of her greatness then just about anything else.
She is un-disputably the only female in history ever to achieve the great distinction of being a
RECOGNIZED ALL-AROUND CHAMPION!

She comes from a bloodline of a kennel, the ONLY bloodline,
to have produced two RECOGNIZED ALL-AROUND champions.
Upon her arrival to Ironline Kennels,
was the intent of making her a brood matron.

Two weeks after having her first litter weaned off her,
she was showed for the first time and didn't place.
She was not showed the next day.
Following year and not making a serious intent to show her,
she was not in top shape and was way over weight and
only placed a third in the two day weekend show.
She also had a second litter during this time.
From then on, it was on!!
She took 7 first places and 6 second places to become
 The Only Female in history to achieve this status!

What makes this female more un-usual is her personality.
Smart as hell and protective by intelligence but so human friendly upon knowing,
she was completely submissive with people.
A baby was safe laying in her belly.

As a brood female,
she will never truly get the recognition she should for producing because
 her first litter only two pups got out to other people.
None from her second and only one from her last.
Her pups were horded by Ironline Kennels.

The accomplishments of herself, has become legendary by some masses.

This female's legacy will live on forever with Ironline Kennels.

The name of this un-parallel female is the great:

CHAMPION DUTCHESS
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / CHAMPION GAMBLER!
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:38:03 AM »
If a dog ever deserver the respect of recognition for his accomplishment it's Ch. Gambler!

Ch. Gambler is only one of about 14 dogs ever to achieve the status of a recognized All-Around Champion.
At the time he achieve it there were only about 11 dogs who have ever earned that status.

Ch. Gambler took 7 first places and two Best in Show trophies. Never beaten in his class.
I didn't take the shows serious enough to have him in top condition for showing or he could have made champion in one weekend :!:
4 or the other 5 judges told me if he would have been in top condition they would have gave him Best in Show.

The judges who gave Ch. Gambler Best in Show was Amy Greenwood Burford and Mary Lu Craig.
At the time of competing, the shows he competed in, where two of the largest shows up to that time.
MI. and IN. shows of 1995. At the time of the shows Ch. Gambler was going on 6 years old.
The President of ADBA, Kate Greenwood, said this was the first time a dog of his age had ever done this in such short amount of time.

The rest of the story is UN-BELIEVABLE!!
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / JUDGING-ADBA, AADR, VSBA, WPBTCA, etc.
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:35:12 AM »
I will no longer be interested in judging at this time or in the near future for personal reasons.
 As you have seen on my website, I have done so in the past:
http://www.ironlinekennels.com/Page_26_IRONLx.html

At this time, I considered myself retired from doing so, at least with these organizations and a few others.
 I might reconsidered for OFRNR INC.
 I have no plans at this, so please don't ask because I don't like to refused peoples' request for participation.
http://www.ironlinekennels.com/Page_63_Judgix.html
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / Ironline Ms C.
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:33:21 AM »
Bearcat State AADR September 2005 Shows:

 3 Place 6 to 9 Month Females, Judge Rod D.
 2 Place 6 to 9 Month Females, Judge Robert H.

Detroit AADR October 2005 Shows:

 2 Place 6 to 9 Month Females, Judge Ben P.
 1 Place 6 to 9 Month Females, Judge Susan P.
 1 Place 6 to 9 Month Females, Judge Stoney G.

Trophies:

Best Red Nose
Best Brindle
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / Ch. Bobcat II.
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:32:06 AM »
DOB Feb. 25, 1998. DOD Dec 1, 2012.

 AADR Bearcat State Show and Pull 2004.
 Weight Pull Class:
FIRST PLACE
BEST MALE ULTIMATE PULL
BEST MALE POUND for POUND
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May 1, 2005 AADR Bearcat State Show. Judge Dan Brogan.

 Ole Man took First Place in his Class, Best Male and Best of Show.
 I kept the first place ribbon and Best Male Trophy.
 Jim got the Best of Show Trophy because he never had one before. I paid the entry.

 Ole Man was a litter mate to Ch. Hagler.
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / Norrod's Cassius Clay.
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:27:48 AM »
Almost straight Maximillian and Susie Que.
Mitzie appears once in the fourth generation.

http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/public/printPedigree.php?dog_id=10133
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / Norrod's Iron Massie
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:25:46 AM »
Picture as she appeared in Stratton's first book "this is the american pit bull terrier":

http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/public/printPedigree.php?dog_id=7339
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SHOW NEWS, EVENTS and OTHER INFORMATION. / Ironline's Tex Watson
« Last post by D.M. Norrod on December 16, 2015, 08:23:02 AM »
Tex Watson took 1st place in the 12 to 18 month males at the Detroit AADR Fun show April 8, 2006.

Cajun Country Pit Bull Club ADBA show:

 3/17/07
 2nd place 2 to 3 yo males
 Judge Abel Santillan

 3/18/07
 3rd place 2 to 3yo males
 Judge Mary Cullifer

 Both classes over 10 males...
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