Famous Wheatens

July 8, 2012

When the Irish Softcoated Wheaten Terrier Club was officially formed in Ireland in 1937, there were 18 dogs and 19 bitches entered into the stud book. All wheaten pedigrees go back to these original dogs:

MALES
Barrington Boy, Blarney Boy. Bully’s Corner, Captain, Fenian, Flesk Boy, Grip, Jack, Kilbarry Boy, Killian’s Rambler, Major, Mickey, Mug, Nailor, Prince, Scotland Nigger, Soldier, Spot

FEMALES
Blarney Rose, Comic Lass, Girlie, Irish Rose, Jess, Julie, Kilcully Lass, Loo Lady, Merry or Merrey, Monastill, Moyne Lady, Nell, Peggy, River Lass, Rose, Rose of Rochestown, Sally, Sport, Vix

There are many excellent examples of Irish Wheaten Terriers. Other than a few minor changes here and there, the standard for the breed remains the same as it has been since 1937, so these dogs are all representative of quality wheatens for more than seven decades.
Please note that the name of the dogs are above their photo

Kingdom Leader (Badger x Molly b. 1935)
Kingdom Leader was the first champion wheaten recorded

 

Charlie Tim (Drummer x Lillie’s Hope b. 1934)

 

Cheerful Charlie (Charlie Tim X Lambay Heroine b. 1939)

 

Mournside McCoul (Cheerful Charlie x Silver Wheat b 1943)

 

Silver Wheat (Silver Leader x Wheatielocks  b. 1942)

 

Firecrest (Glenflesk Captain x Cheerie Be b. 1943)

 

 

Briankeen JR (Briankeen Barney x Briankeen Fireball b. 1987)

 

Geijes Kilmore (Holmenocks Hicklam x Honeyrags Fallon)

 

Holmenocks Hicklam  (Holmenocks Hampsted x Luck of the Sweep)

 

Honeyrags Fallon right (Geijes Wheaten Higgins x Newkilber Gilded Lily)

 

Two Irish wheatens sent to Germany to start the famous Wheaten Rebel kennel were Newkilber Camelot (August Fancy x Roisins Melina Halandri)

 

And Newkilber the Quiet Man   (Roisins Morgan Hadiya x Homenocks Halmaska)

 

 

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