Roy on the cover of the Boston Bulletin


 BOSTON BULLETIN - December, 1979


Proudly gracing this month's cover is Int. Ch. Oranjelust Royal Showman. Roy, who has been retired from the ring for nearly 5 years, is pictured coming out of retirement at almost 9 years of age to win Best of Breed at Kiamath Falls, Ore., Sept. 1, 1979 under judge Glen Fancy. He also took the breed at Medford the following day and was a strong contender for Group placement. He is handled by his co-owner, Ann Spurling Roark.

During his illustrious career, Roy qualified for his championship in 8 countries including the U.S., Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Luxumborg, France and Monaco. He also holds the title of Bundeseiger, Worldseiger and Winner.

Roy is sired by Int. Dutch, German Belgium & Swiss Ch. SunGlo's Pilot Light, his dam is Int. Dutch, German, Luxumborg Ch. Oranjelust Annie Laurie, both of which are Best in Show winners.

Roy was bred in Holland at the famous Oranjelust Kennels of Mrs. C. J. Koudjis, who is also an International Judge. Mrs. Koudijs purchased Roy's sire from us as a puppy.

Roy still posesses the elegance, soundness, and style of a high order, which enabled him to become the most titled Boston in the history of the breed, He is the sire of numerous champions here and abroad, including his young son, Ch. Pilots Glowing Torch Again, who resides with us at SuGlo Bostons.

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