A third littermate, Noisette, first entered Mr E Rombeaux's kennel in La Louviere, where bred to her littermate, Jinox, she produced Flip LOSH 29407 and Olivette (Mirette du Colas), on 15 April 1926. Later sold to Mr E Rombeaux in Binche, Noisette was bred to her nephew Ducyno and produced Nette de la Cite des Gilles on 12 April 1934. Flip, also owned by Mr E Rombeaux of Binche, was used by Mr Jean Beaudoux's Infernal kennel, siring Copain de l'Infernal, a Groenendael who is reputed to be the actual sire of Fascotte, an important foundation bitch for the Mont-Sara Groenendael kennel in Binche, begun in 1930.|
Hist of the Terv p17-18
Xuchar de la Gage never sired a litter. The actual sire was Copain de l'Infernal LOSH 32075.
Both Emile Boudart (Mont-Sara kennel)
and Jean Beaudoux (l'Infernal kennel and owner of Copain) wanted Fascotte. Boudart cut off her tail, ruining any chance of a show career and in return Jean Beaudoux, as the sire's owner, refused to sign the registration papers for Fascotte, Frivole, and the rest of the litter. So, a neighborhood male, Xuchar de la Gage, was substituted.
(Source: Jean Beaudoux's kennel book)
Fascotte and Bellonie were the foundation bitches of Mont Sara kennel. Their maternal lines are very close to each other. Later on, the offspring of these two were bred together. This serious inbreeding facilitated the establishment of a certain "Mont Sara type" which was very egoistic, and experienced an incontestable vogue.
It was said of Mont Sara kennel, "It never took a holiday". The kennel showed considerable groups of 20 to 25 dogs, sometimes more in the shows where often no one else dared to outrage the Mont Sara competition. This also made its victories easier.
Fascotte was a great piller in the kennel, and to whom this kennel owes the type demonstrated. She was a well-built, strong bitch with solid bone structure, and a strong back. Since her tail had been more or less voluntarily docked at a young age, she was not able to be shown. If one can believe the official documents of the time, the fertility of this bitch was exceptional and many of her offspring won many CAC's. She untiringly produced with whatever partner she was granted. In general it was her offspring and the young ones issued directly from her offspring which fortunately perpetuated the valuable qualities of this line. They were for the most part exported to foreign countries, where they met at times with new blood and complimentary type, which allowed them to escape the consequences of excessive inbreeding. BBA p37-38