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Ch. Globe's Rei-Embra Johari, CDX, OA, AXJ, AD, CGC, VC, TT, owned
by Paula Davis. "Gemma" is the most titled Ridgegack bred by Globe and is
continuing to work on additional titles. We are very proud of this
multi-talented Ridgeback and her owner. Check out Gemma's homepage.
Ch. Globe Tea-Em Ruya's Dynasty, ROM:
OFA Excellent #RR-4653E24F-T
Dyna is a lovely brown nose bitch whose movement and temperament are
unsurpassed. Like her dam, Cakes, Dyna is one of the few brown nose
bitches to place in the group in this country. As a puppy, she won BEST IN
SWEEPSTAKES at the OCRRC Specialty in 1995 under Breeder Barbara
Throckmorton. In 1997 Dyna and her young handler Ryan Churchey won
back-to-back BEST JUNOR HANDLER at the OCRRC Specialty and the
RRCUS National Specialty. She made the cut for BOB at the 1999 National
Specialty under Breeder/Judge Stacey Davis. Dyna is a proven producer of
champion, group-placing offspring with other pointed and major pointed.
Proud owners and handlers are Phyllis Scalf and Robert Churchey of Ruya
Globe Sultan of Lyonvelt: HIPS Certified "Excellent"(GB System)
Eddie was exported to Great Britain as a puppy by breeder/judge Tony
Edwards of Lyonvelt Ridgebacks. Eddie won BEST RR PUPPY in his first
show in England. Eddie moved to Ireland where he and his kennel mate
Bonnie were the only brown nosed Ridgebacks shown in Ireland. Eddie was
a large male with outstanding movement and temperament. As a stud, Eddie
produced beautiful large, uniform pups of excellent quality. He is sire of IR
CH Tzara of Tomcoole et Lyonvelt, #1 RR in Ireland 2003, BOB winner St.
Patrick's Day Show 2004, and her littermate Tzar of Tomcoole et Lyonvelt,
Short Cake (aka Cakes) was 24 1/2" at shoulder and 72 pounds. Short Cake was a brown nose
with red wheaten coat and little white on chest and toes. Cakes had a delightful personality and
liked to tease.
Short Cake began her point show career at seven months of
age winning the Breed over a group-placing Special and made
the "cut" in the group. Cakes earned her first major the hard
way, going Best of Breed over three male Specials including a
multi-Best in Show Ridgeback and went on to a Group 2! She
also placed in a very competitive 12-18 month class at 1991
RRCUS Specialty (pictured right).
Short Cake was bred to Ch. Globe Ca-Abi Reign On Teaser,
ROM and that litter of 9 was born in September 1994. There
were no ridgeless and no sinus. Three finished and four
others from this litter are show quality: one was pointed, one
was killed in a freak accident, two others were not shown.