From left to right: Mr. C. E. Hipwood with his Wynchal Buckaroo going BOS, Mr. A. Murray, Judge, and Mr. L. F. Hemstock with his Ch Jolihem Forclip Christy Bella going BOB.
(Photo by C. M. Cooke & Son)
Barzaks Wild Won (Marco) at 18 months, 16-1/2" and 44 lbs., out of Wild Boy x Conquerors Tessas Eve. Owner is Jim Morrison.
Photo at 19 months and 15-1/2" 40 pounds. He later made champion. Double grandson of Wild Boy. Here owned by Mike Lowman and Berry Crowe. Later owmed by Steve and Maini Stone.
SBTC/USA Reg. No. 26. Bandits Brindle Barkini. By Constones Eastaff Thislldo ex Stella Maria, bred by M.R. Stanley and imported by Claude Williams of Maryland, about 1962. Unfortunately Barkini was imported at a time when the organized Staffordshire Bull Terrier movement did not exist and thus had little chance to leave his mark on the Breed. (Professional photo as an adult.)
A poor quality photograph but I think this is Best in Show is at the Hub City Kennel Club in Saskatoon, SK, Cananda. The judge is Ed Dixon and the handler is Peter Hayes with Terrco Nothern Queenie's first Best in Show. Not indication of what year this was taken.
Photo of Fred at 7-1/2 years old in 1975. SBTC/USA Reg. No. 31 Tinkinswood Imperial, "Fred.". By Abbot of Ravenspur ex Tinkinswood Gypsy, bred by W.J. Parsons and imported by Larry and Lillian Rant in 1967. Fred became the very first Stafford registered in the AKC because Lillian Rant was serving as the liaison person to AKC at the time of recognition although Brutus, Duke, Black Furnace, and several other imported and domestic stud dogs had equal or better claim to that position.
(Photo by Missy Yuhl)