Ch. Just Tigger de Charlemagne was the kennel's first champion and multiple group placer in the late 1970's, prior to the split of the working and herding groups.
Ch. Efrem de Bejaune, TT, HOF, Rass Select '91, '95,(US) '93 (France), was BOS at the '93 Briard National, and one of the first two American-bred Briard dogs to be Select in France. He is the grandsire of the first Best In Show black bitches in the US. His daughter Am/Can.BIS Ch Gilada de Bejaune, Rass Select '95, TT, HOF, # 1 Briard in Canada' 95, was the first black Briard bitch to win a BIS in North America, among many other accolades. Gilada's son, Am/Can BISS Ch. Nyckel de Bejaune, won the Canadian National Specialty in 2000, as well as Rass Select that year. as BISS Ch. Merielle de Bejaune, Rass Select '00, was a multiple group winner and placer, as well as a Regional Specialty winner, while being campaigned in the late 1990's.
also Ch. Peche Parfaite de Bejaune, HOF "Georgia" BOS BCA National Specialty and BOS Westminster 2003, AOM at Regional Specialties, multiple group winner, top 10 Briard in group points during her 2 1/2 year campaign.
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Breeding Briards of both the black and tawny colors, efforts have been concentrated on having dogs who can do well in the ring as well as in the whelping box. Being among the first to actively campaign them, many of the successes have been with the blacks.
A very young Josh Greenberg with