OTCH MACH3 LONGTRAIL PIECE OF MY HEART UDX6 MXC MJC – (1997 – 2012)
(Longtrail MacIsaac x Ch. Blackthorne Caneel) Called “Chamber” because of the perfect heart design on her left side, this willing and talented black and white bitch burst onto the Pointer performance scene at the 2000 APC National Specialty. It was her first Obedience Trial and she won the Novice B Class and High In Trial with a score of 198.5. She competed at three other Nationals and won HIT each time.
Bred by Mary Beerworth and owned, loved and trained by Julie Hill, Chamber embarked on a stellar career of history-making firsts and accomplishments in both obedience and agility. She became the second Obedience Trial Champion in the breed (first went to Hall of Fame Ch/OTCH Scanpoint’s Sunrise Serenade).
Chamber is one of only three Pointers to earn a Utility Dog Excellent title and is the only one to go beyond with a UDX2, UDX3, UDX4, UDX5 and UDX6. Overall she earned more than 800 OTCH points and 69 UDX legs. She had one score of 200 and 16 scores of 199 or better; 32 Highest Combined Scores (in Open B and Utility) and won 47 High In Trials.
Within the APC, Chamber was the #1 Overall Obedience Pointer from 2001-2006; #1 Utility Pointer from 2003-2006; #1 Open Pointer from 2002-2006 and the #1 Novice Pointer in 2001.
In the realm of agility she was a pioneer by becoming the first Pointer to earn the Master Agility Champion (MACH) title and then achieved a MACH2 and MACH3. Along the way, she was the first Novice Agility Jumper (NAJ), Excellent Agility Jumper (AXJ), and Master Excellent Jumpers with Weaves (MXJ) titled Pointer as well, garnering 69 Double Qs and 2,412 MACH points.
She was APC’s Top Agility Pointer and #1 Excellent Pointer in 2001, 2002 and 2005. In 2001 she won the “Ultimate Dog” award at the All Star Performance Dog Association Obedience and Agility Tournament for having lost the fewest combined points In agility and obedience.
On the national scene, Chamber qualified for AKC’s National Obedience Invitational from 2003-2006 and was #15 in the country in All Breed OTCH points in 2006 (the only year she was actively campaigned in obedience); qualified for AKC’s Agility Nationals from 2001-2006 and was invited to AKC’s inaugural Agility Invitational in ’06, her final year of competition. Chamber retired at the top of her game.
Her pedigree traces to Hall of Fame DC Scanpoint Touch O’Troll on both sides and Ch. Marjetta National Acclaim and the ELEVEN Hall of Fame pointers behind him on her sire’s side.