Corn Row Tyler
is a formidable competitor in the show ring and a formidable contender in the field. Ty lives to hunt. At home he is playful and loving, always a gentleman.
He has excellent conformation allowing for his superb fluid movement. Other attributes
include excellent bone and substance, a strong masculine head, long neck, terrific
top-line, flexibility, a very narrow front and most importantly, a small chest.
to a variety of dams, Tyler is producing exceptional get, passing on all of his
attributes to his offspring. To date he has sired, EWD
II CH Corn Row Ravage, CH Corn Row Tawney EWD II, CH Corn Row Alpha, EWD I CH Corn Row Thyme, GREWC CH Corn Row Trouble, CH Corn
Row Tango, CH Corn Row Twig, CH Corn Row Triston and
is grand sire to CH Corn Row Bristle, CH Corn Row
Bonus, CH Corn Row Evan, CH Corn Row Impression, CH Corn Row Raven, CH Corn Row
Short Cut, Nat. CH Corn Row Riven
and CH Corn Row Sly.
Tyler is one of the first dogs to receive the Advanced
RoHM designation and one of the first 5 Jack Russell Terriers to receive an invitation
to participate in the prestigious Westminster Show for 2000. Tyler is probably
the most titled Jack Russell Terrier in the world and has proven himself in every
arena including winning the 1997 Working Terrier Champion at the JRTCA National
Trial, the 1998 JRTAA National Champion, UKC, ARBA and FCI championships. Add
to his show ring titles the coveted Bronze Medallion for outstanding merit in
the hunt field (NHC to Red Fox, Raccoon, Groundhog and Opossum) as a working terrier,
as well as the UKC Grand Earthworking Championship(GREWCH) and Corn Row Tyler
is truly a sire of distinction and a positive addition to any breeding program.
It has been a tremendous honor to have been fortunate
enough to have bred, owned and worked with a terrier of this caliber. He is a
one in a million and a once in a lifetime Jack Russell Terrier, and as he retires
after Westminster 2001, I can only pray that I am able to continue his legacy
with the style and grace he has afforded me. He has taught me much and hopefully
well enough that I will not forget what it is all about, which is Protecting and
Preserving the Jack Russell Terrier for the Future.