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Red Bekker's Champion Charlie

Discussion in 'History Pictures & Reports' started by XXX, May 26, 2009.

  1. XXX

    XXX Good Dog


    Ch Charlie is indeed one of those great dogs you always hear about but rarely get a chance to see. He is a 5X winner and lost once game to GR CH Country. Three of his wins were over multi time winners and his loss was handed to him in shame as he was ahead when he was picked up.

    Charlie's first win was over the Captain and a dog named Ace, which Charlie blew through in :23.

    Charlie's second match was into Ziggy's CH Ali a 4x in :40.

    Charlie's Third match was into the 4x winner STP's CH Toro, which Charlie blew through in :43. There were stories going around that Toro was just treated for heart worms, that I don't know, but I do know Charlie was tested for heart worms shortly after the match and he was laid off for a year and a half after that match.

    Charlie's fourth match was into Doc's GR CH Moe. Charlie was 6 years old and Moe was 7 years old. For this, there was no contest as Charlie killed Moe in :28.

    Charlie's fifth match was into Pitts and GR CH Country, both being 4x winners at the time. The deal was to get these two hooked up and if Country could stay with Charlie for 1 hour, Red would pick up. He kept his word and at the time of the pick up, Charlie was the top dog.

    Charlie's sixth match was into Pitts again with a dog called Atom. This dog Charlie blew through in :13 dislocating Atom's shoulder within the first four minutes of the match.

    Last I heard Charlie was still alive and producing large litters of puppies.

    ~Tom Ratliff~
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