photo (top left) advertisement from 1966 Jan Dog World p75|
photo (right) Ch. Columbine Nikit, born in 1964, became the first Tervuren to win the Working Group. As a sire he contributed directly to the lines of Chateau Blanc, de Fauve Charbonne, des Rouge Rouges, and Wayfarer.
(courtesy of ABTC archive photos)
1965 American Champion
Owner's comments: Nikit has an impressive record of 100 BOB's, his last one at age of eigth after being in retirement for two years. He also had a Group IV placing at age eight, and is now retired except fo an occasional local show. He produces his beautiful head, his mahogany and black coat and his effortless gait. He is a stud to approved bitches. 1973 ABTC Gene VolI p111
In 1962 Loyal and Lucie du Clos St Jacques were brought to this country by the Krohns. They also assisted Tom Graham to import Linda du Clos St Jacques, CD, who was the foundation bitch for the du Rochemont Tervueren (Tom Graham and Betty Engels). Linda, bred to M Beau de Fauve Charbonne, CD, produced Ch Colombine Nikit, another top winning dog of the '60's.
The BS by Andrews & Cloutt
Courtesy of: dhuckestein