Warwick's background

"Warwick" won his title with BOB at Southern Counties from the Finnish judge, Paula Heikkinen-Lehkonen.  Earlier in the month, he had been BOB at Birmingham National, judged by Modwena Johnston (Glenveagh), completing the double with kennelmate, Karamynd So What at Kingsview.  In April he won the Reserve CC at the WHWT Club of England Championship show.  During 2014 Warwick had taken a Reserve CC at Darlington, and his first CC at Midland Counties from Paul Wilkinson.  Not yet two and a half years old, Warwick becomes the sixth West Highland Champion for his owner and breeder, Julie Coley.  He descends from the first, his great great granddam Ch Sarmac First Impression at Kingsview, who won her title in 1991.  Warwick is the first UK Champion for both parents, UK/Int Ch Karamynd Playing Away at Tomlyndon and Ch Kingsview Make Or Break.  They are linked by the former Top Westie and National Terrier Best in Show winner, Ch Hopecharm Willie Makeit for Karamynd, as he is Make Or Break's sire and Playing Away's grandsire and great grandsire.  Playing Away was one of three UK Champions in his litter, including the 4th Kingsview Champion.  He appears in the pedigree of two other 2015 CC winners, including Mrs Coley's Kingsview So What at Kingsview, his granddaughter.  

Champion Kingsview Warwick

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His sire: UK/International Champion Karamynd Playing Away at Tomlyndon

Alfred won his UK title in 2010, one of three UK Champions in the litter bred by Jennie Griffiths, sired by UK/Int Ch Karamynd Play The Game from his aunt, Ch Karamynd Paws For Applause, herself from a litter of three UK Champions.  Like his sire, Alfred won his International title across Europe and was the second of four current Tomlyndon Champions and one of 16 Karamynd UK title winners.  

Warwick's pedigree

The Kingsview kennel

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His dam: Champion Kingsview Make Or Break

The first Kingsview Champion was a Sarmac bred bitch from the kennel of Mrs E A A Millen.

 

Audrey Millen made up her first Champion in 1969 and is still showing today.

 

1969

Champion Lindenhall Drambui

(Ch Sollershott Soloist ex Rainsborowe Bridie)

sire of 2 UK Champions

 

1972

Champion Sarmac Heathstream Drummer Boy

(Ch Lindenhall Drambui ex Heathstream Cedarfell Misty Dell)

Joint Top Westie 1973, sire of 5 UK Champions

 

1980

Champion Ardenrun Merryman of Sarmac

(Ch Sarmac Heathstream Drummer Boy ex Ardenrun Northern Light)

sire of 4 UK Champions

 

1982

Champion Sarmac Big Snob

(Ch Domaroy Saracen ex Sarmac Silver Sequin)

 

1986

Champion Sarmac Silver Secret of Lusundy

((Ch Sarmac Heathstream Drummer Boy ex Nozomi Sweet Fleur of Sarmac)

owned by Helen Dangerfield

 

1987

Champion Sarmac Drummers Boy

(Ch Sarmac Heathstream Drummer Boy ex Nozomi Sweet Fleur of Sarmac)

sire of 1 UK Champion

 

1988

Champion Sarmac First Lady

(Ch Sarmac Heathstream Drummer Boy ex Sarmac What A Cracker)

 

1989

Champion Hazlan Silver Knight of Sarmac  

(Ch Sarmac Drummers Boy ex Hazlan Touch Of Class)

bred by Mrs H Walker, sire of 3 UK Champions

 

Champion Silver Lady of Sarmac

(Ch Ardenrun Merryman of Sarmac ex Spindrift of Ridgeway)_

bred by Mrs B G Warden

 

1991

Champion Sarmac First Impression at Kingsview

(Ch Ardenrun Merryman of Sarmac ex Sarmac Magnetic Charm)

owned by Julie Coley

 

Champion Sarmac Merry Monarch

(Ch Ardenrun Merryman of Sarmac ex Sarmac Wonder Girl)

sire of 1 UK Champion

 

2000

Champion Sarmac Star Charmer

(Ch Sarmac Merry Monarch ex Sarmac Silver Charm)

 

 

 

CC winners

 

Sarmac Magnetic Charm, 2CCs

(Ch Sarmac Drummers Boy ex Sarmac What A Cracker)

dam of 1 UK Champion

 

Sarmac Merry Duke, 1CC

(Ch Sarmac Merry Monarch ex Sarmac Just Wait And See)

Make Or Break won her title in 2008, winning Terrier Group#2 the day she won her 3rd CC.  She is by Ch Hopecharm Willie Makeit for Karamynd ex Kingsview Sky High.  Her elder full sister was UK/American Ch Kingsview Willo The Wisp.  From a previous litter, Make Or Break's daughter (by Playing Away's sire, UK/Int Ch Karamynd Play The Game) became Australian Ch Kingsview Lady A at Aonais.  

The first Kingsview Champion was Sarmac First Impression at Kingsview and won her title in 1991.  She won Best Puppy awards at WELKS, Birmingham National and Three Counties in 1989, then her first CC from Andrew Thomson (Ashgate) in 1990 at Birmingham National.  In 1991 she won her 2nd CC & BIS at the Southern WHWT Club under Jean Abbey (Kristajen), a Reserve CC from Sue Hawes (Haweswalton) at WELKS and her 3rd CC at the Combined Clubs' show from Adair Torbet (Newtonglen).  In 1992 she won a Reserve CC at the Scottish K C (May) under Douglas Berry (Incheril).  

First Impression was bred by Audrey Millen, one of 12 UK Champions Mrs Millen has owned or bred.  She was by Ch Ardenrun Merryman of Sarmac ex dual CC winner, Sarmac Magnetic Charm.  In a litter to Ch Haweswalton Sportsman (Top Westie 1983) she produced CC winner Kingsview Tillymint, Reserve CC winner Kingsview Carmen and American Ch Kingsview Pie In The Sky.  

The first Kingsview homebred Champion was Kingsview Pie Eyed.  He won his title in 2002.  He was by the last Haweswalton Champion, Apache from Tillymint, the mating linebred to her sire, Ch Haweswalton Sportsman.  Tillymint had won a Reserve CC in 1998 at Southern Counties from Sue Smith (Melwyn) then took BIS at the following year's WHWT Club of England show judged by Audrey Millen (Sarmac).  Her litter sister, Kingsview Carmen (with different owners) had won a Reserve CC in 1997 at the National Terrier under Sue Hawes (Haweswalton).  Pie Eyed took his first CC a few shows after his dam's CC at Birmingham National in 1999 from Doreen Lancaster (Clanestar).  He took a Reserve CC in the same year at the August SKC under Sheila Jenkins (Kilowna).  In 2000 he won his second CC at the Welsh KC judged by Barbara Graham (Lasara).  In 2001 he won a Reserve CC at the National Terrier from Pat Edmondson (Pepabby) before taking a Reserve CC at Leeds in 2002 from Pat Molony (Killynether) before Kirsten Fox awarded Pie Eyed his 3rd CC with BIS at the North of Ireland WHWT Club.

In 2014, Pie Eyed's grandson, (through his daughter, Barwest Bright As A New Pin at Maxula) Maxula Name Of The Game won his title, becoming the first Champion for Margaret Noyce.  He is by UK/Int Ch Karamynd Play The Game.

Tillymint produced two daughters who produced Champions.  Pie Eyed's litter sister, Kingsview Skylark, went to the Newtonglen kennel of Mary and Adair Torbet and produced their 14th UK Champion: Newtonglen Covenanter of Rozamie (by Newtonglen Karamynd Kasanova) owned by Joe Magri.  

Tillymint's other daughter, Kingsview Sky High (by Ch Krisma Streetwise) produced two UK Champion daughters when mated to Ch Hopecharm Willie Makeit for Karamynd.  

Firstly, Ch Kingsview Willo The Wisp.  She was Best Puppy at Leeds in 2003.  At Windsor the next year she took her 1st CC from Jean Abbey (Kristajen); her 2nd at Welsh KC from Tracy Gaydon (Gilbri) and a 3rd at the North of Ireland WHWT Club judged by Doreen Lancaster (Clanestar).  Into 2005 Willo took the bitch CC at Crufts under Marjorie Dickinson (Kirkgordon), then a Reserve CC at the National Terrier from Kirsten Fox (Hillsted).  A 5th CC came at WELKS from Sheila Cleland (Birkfell) and also BOB and a Group#3.  Then a sixth CC again at the Welsh KC from Pat Edmondson (Pepabby).  Willo then went to America, winning her title, returning in whelp to American Ch Kingsview Pie In The Sky.  The litter produced Best Puppy winner, Kingsview American Pie.

A repeat mating of Sky High to Willie Makeit produced Kingsview Make Or Break.  In 2008, she won a Reserve CC under American judge, John T Ward (Donnybrook).  A first CC came at the August Scottish KC from Val Smith (Faymar).  A second soon followed at Richmond, awarded by Doreen Lancaster (Clanestar), then a Reserve CC from Geoff Corish (Sealaw) at the Southern WHWT Club.  A 3rd CC arrived at Midland Counties from Stuart Plane (Stuane) plus a Group#2.  Into 2009, she won a Reserve CC at Manchester under Bill Browne-Cole (Travella), then a 4th CC & BOB at the National Terrier from Modwena Johnston (Glenveagh) and finally a Reserve CC at Bath, awarded by Max King (Brenin).  

Kingsview Warwick cropped On Cue for Kingsview ChKingsviewMakeOrBreak ChKingsviewPieEyed K Willo The Wisp Karamynd Playing Away at T

Ch Karamynd On Cue for Kingsview was bred by Jennie Griffiths and is one of three from the litter to gain UK Championships.  The others are Warwick's sire, Karamynd Playing Away at Tomlyndon and Karamynd Drama Queen.  They are by UK/Int Ch Karamynd Play The Game out of his aunt, Ch Karamynd Paws For Applause, so linebred to the mating of Ch Hopecharm Willie Makeit for Karamynd and Hopecharm Full Of Deelite at Karamynd which also produced a litter of three UK Champions, including Play The Game's dam, Ch Karamynd Play To The Crowd.  On Cue won Best Puppy awards in 2008 at Welsh Kennel Club and Scottish Kennel Club (August).  She was the first of her litter to win a CC in 2010 when she was Best in Show at the WHWT Club of England under Roy Wilshaw (Domaroy).  She also took a Reserve CC at WELKS.  Into 2011 she took Reserve CCs at the Southern WHWT Club and City of Birmingham, before a 2nd CC & BIS at the WHWT Club from Barbara Hands (Crinan) and a

3rd CC & BOB from John Griffin (Burlmere) at Midland Counties.  In 2012 she won a 4th CC at Crufts from Douglas Berry (Incheril) and a Reserve CC at the National Terrier.

ChKingsviewMakeOrBreak

Currently on a CC, Karamynd So What at Kingsview is the latest Westie winner for Julie Coley.  She is by the Reserve CC winning son of Warwick's sire, Tomlyndon Power Of Love, out of new 2015 Champion Krisma Asking For Trouble at Karamynd.  

Mrs Coley's second breed is the Scottish Terrier and she has owned and bred a number of winners.  Her first Scottie UK Champion is Kingsview Just Stewart, a homebred son of Swedish import, Raglan Royal Connection with Brio ex CC winner Jusouth Just Florence at Kingsview.  

Kingsview Just Stewart cropped Karamynd So What at Kingsview