BISS CKC GCHX /AKC CH Shireoak Caniscaeli Windsong
Eamon is the first IRWS to win a Group in the United States the ONLY American & Canadian Specialty Winner and a WONDERFUL personality! Eamon has a stunning front, wonderful balance and is one of North America's Top IRWS of all time! We are privileged to have him in our program and can't wait to see what his offspring are like. His hips are going to be read for BVA this year and we cant wait to see what happens there!
Going to Canada to breed Kayleigh to Eamon, Kellyn got to meet Eamon. We can honestly say his outgoing sweet temperments is the largest factor making him worth bringing into any breeding program. Not only is he one of the most stunning Irish Red & White Setters in the world, he has never met a stanger and has a snuggling love-bug side that makes him a true shining star! Eamon is a winner not only in the ring but outside the ring as well!
From the 2013 Irish Red & White Setter Club of Canada Judge's critique: Harrison’s Ch Shireoak Caniscaeli Windsong CGN
Best in Specialty – MBISS Am/Can/Int Ch Shireoak Caniscaeli Windsong CGN (owner: Harrison breeder: Spelmer) This dog has always made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck whenever I have seen him in the show ring and on the move. It was hard to believe it was him as he belies his 7+ years. He is a dog of elegance that is hard to fault as each part of him flows seamlessly into the next; a stunning example of the breed. Beautiful, masculine head, soft setter expression, round, dark eye, ear leathers of the correct length and laying close to the head. Slightly crested neck of moderate length that flows into the best lay of shoulder – he excels in forehand construction – good length of upper arm and angulation that gives him good forechest. Correct oval bone, straight front, strong pasterns on the best of feet. Level topline that is held on the move with correct tailset. Strong in back, well ribbed up and short in couplings. Excellent rear angulation, well let down at hock with short, parallel, strong rear pasterns. Shown in beautiful coat and condition, pearly white with patches of red the colour of freshly opened chestnuts. Moves at one with his handler, effortless ground covering movement with front extension and rear drive. Tail held level with his back on the move.
-Susan Barry (Rustasha IRWS)
From the 2012 Irish Red & White Setter Club of Canada Judge's critique: Harrison’s Ch Shireoak Caniscaeli Windsong CGN
- Jackie Howatson (Vanders IRWS)