American Ch NAT BISS & BIS Aust Grand Ch Minado's American Express (Imp USA)
1997 - 2009

Macky was bred by the famous Minado's Kennels of California USA.
We would like to thank Leanne Farrell & Inge Clody for allowing us to bring Macky to Australia.
Thank-You also to Jan & John Bradfeldt who reared, trained & showed Macky to his American Championship for us.
Also Dianna James who handled Macky to win both of his Major's.
Without the help from these people none of this would have been possible. 

Thankyou to John Palmer & Matthew Penman for showing this amazing dog and putting him in the record books.

American Wins

American Championship at 16mths of age.
Winner of the 9 to 12mth puppy dog class GSP Club of America National 98'.
GSP Club of Oregon Specialty Best In Sweepstakes.
GSP Club of Washington Winners Dog for a 4pt Major.
Puppy Group I Award Klamath Dog Fanciers Inc
Best of Breed over specials in the USA.
Titled with a Best of Winners & 3pt Major. 

Australian Wins

Currently Aust # 1 GSP of ALL TIME 

28 All Breeds and Specialty Best in Show wins including 2000 GSP National 

14 Runner Up BIS all breeds 

Macky's show career finished with over 4000 challenge points

73 Best In Gundog Group awards.(Group 1st)

Finalist in the NSW Contest Of Champions, 3 years in a row.

Best In Group at both Canberra and Toowomba Royals 2002

RUBIG Melbourne Royal 2001

Aust Ch Title with 4 / 25 pt Challenges.

Best In Show at the Qld Federation Show on the June 2001
long weekend under Miss D. Nickles (USA).

The next day he won RUBIS at the Australian Challenge Show also in Qld.

Over the 2 days Macky defeated 3320 dogs.

The GSP Society (NSW) Show dog of the Year 2000/2001/2002/2003/2004 

Sire of 23 Australian Champions, 1 American Champion and 3 Grand Champions to date 

Critique: Kari Nylan (Norway)
"He has the most BEAUTIFUL HEAD I have ever seen, the correct expression & correct ears. Very well set shoulders & upper arm, very good front & straight topline.
Nice head set & good angulation.
The coat & colour were correct. He moves very freely."

1999 Spring Fair Dog Show
Best In Show 

Deeply Missed