Mister Brown
MBIS, MBISS CH & Int ( CIB ) CH

Usakose Air Of Success Of Gondwana 

( imp Australia ).

Sire , grandsire and great grandsire of many champions in SAF, Russia, Europe and USA.
South Africa’s most successful liver nose

Pedigree https://rhodesianridgeback.pedigreedatabaseonline.com/en/Usakose-Air-Of-Success-Of-Gondwana/pedigree/6029/i

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Cla

GLOBE'S ROVING RED REGENT

CLAY

KUSACG000070
BIS, CH (South Africa); BIS, CH (Zimbabwe)

Sire: Am/Can CH ROYALTON'S BLUE MAX
Whelped: 1990-4-1 (USA - exp South Africa)
Color: RED WHTN/BROWN NOSE
Breeder: NELDA & VIRGINIA VAUGHN
Owner: JANET WANG & DEREK MARTIN

Clay was the first American-bred Ridgeback to earn
a South African Championshipas well as the first to
obtain his Zimbabwe championship. He finished
within a month after turning 18 months old, the
minimum age to finish in South Africa. Clay was a
MULTI-BEST IN SHOW WINNER and the # ONE
RIDGEBACK IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 1992, #4
all-breed. He also won a BEST IN SHOW IN
ZIMBABWE enroute to his Zimbabwe championship.  
Clay is one of the top-winning brown nose
Ridgebacks in the history of the breed. He sired
many outstanding get including a son in Germany
that won Best of Breed at the "World Championship

Show" in Switzerland.
He also sired BIS S.Af Ch.

Calibre Winds of Change of Nomvuyo  -
multi-BIS winner and #1 show dog All Breeds in

South Africa in 1998.
 Clay is one of the ALL-TIME

TOP PRODUCING RRs IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Clay was a handsome brown nose dog, standing 27"
and around 93 lb. He had a super temperament and
was a very sound dog, certified free of hip dysplasia.
He was co-owned by Derek Martin (Tatsfield) and
breeder/judge Janet Wang (Nomvuyo) in South
Africa.

(info from web  Globe Rhodesian Ridgebacks)
Globe Rhodesian Ridgebacks,

Ukukhanya Scout The Red Baron

http://www.ridgebackvet.com/scout.html#prettyPhoto

Pedigree

BornJanuary 16, 2000
SireSA AKC CH Karoskloof Bayezana Naka ROM
DamAKC Int'l CH Nomvuyo Tikkun ROM
GDCHips Excellent
GDCElbows Clear
CERFNormal
ThyroidNormal
CardiacNormal
TeethLacks one P4 lower left jaw / Full Scissor Bite
Height27 inches
Weight89 pounds
ColorRed Wheaten / Liver Nosed

UKUKHANYA SCOUT THE RED BARON: John Sigve Berg called me before the first litter was born, looking for a puppy that would give Norway a boost, genetically. Moreover, he was looking for a pup that could be shown extensively. Thankfully, Tikkun produced such a dog. Scout lived with us for five months then, due to quarantine restrictions, he lived with a foster family for an additional four months in Sweden.  He finally arrived in his new home, where he quickly became a super star! Scout was given his name because it represented a fearless, happy character that could forge his way in a new land. This he did. Many thanks to all the people who made this possible and to John for all his love and work.

The most remarkable moment of my judging was when Ukukhanya Scout The Red Baron entered the ring. He is a liver nosed dog, which I do not normally like, but then I have never seen one exhibiting the breed type and head of this one. He is, without a doubt, the best ridgeback I have seen. Superb conformation, excellent temperament, super head, excellent bone front and feet, excellent top line well ribbed back. His movement is outstanding, driving off well from strong well-muscled hindquarters with correct width behind hocks. In profile, effortless with great reach and drive, coming towards absolutely true. This was all wrapped in a beautiful coat and color. He was an easy winner in his class and never stopped showing in the challenge with enthusiasm and style. I was pleased to award this outstanding young dog Best in Show and also CAC. I hope to hear more of him in the future."

Lindsey Barns

[Her comments after judging the Rhodesian Ridgeback Swedish Specialty 2001.]

SHOW CAREER:
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6 Best in Shows.
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23 Group placements.
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BISS Swdeish RR Specialty 2001 and 2005.
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BISS Danish RR Specialty 2003.
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Best Op Norwegian RR Specialty 2003 and 2004.
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Scott was invited to attend the prestigious Crufts Dog Show two years in a row.

BREEDING AND HEALTH HISTORY:

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Scout went to Norway to live with John-Sigve Berg and his family and kennel of ridgebacks.

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Scout has sired 13 litters: 5 in Norway, 2 in Sweden, 1 in the UK, 1 in Germany, 1 in Belgium, 1 in Russia, and 2 in Australia.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Scout passed away in 2006 due to complications resulting from a snake bite.

Info http://www.ridgebackvet.com/scout.html#prettyPhoto

US CH SA CH Karoskloof Bayezana Naka  - ROM
Pedigree 
https://rhodesianridgeback.pedigreedatabaseonline.com/en/Karoskloof-Bayezana-Naka/pedigree/153/i


BornJune 14, 1999
SireSA CH Kulima Love That Red of Karoskloof
DamSA CH Karos Nomsa of Karoskloof
GDCHips Excellent
GDCElbows Clear
CERFNormal
ThyroidNormal
CardiacNormal
TeethLevel Bite / Full Dentition
Height26 1/2 Inches
Weight110 Pounds
ColorWheaten
SHOW CAREER:
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Awarded his South African Championship in 5 shows.
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Obtained AKC Championship in less than a year of being imported here.
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Went Best of Winners at the 2000 Orange Coast Rhodesian Ridgeback Specialty
BREEDING AND HEALTH HISTORY:
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Naka was breed by Arno Van Wyk in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He was sent to us when he was two years old.
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He has produced 10 AKC champions and one Multi-European champion, to date, with only 3 breedings.
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Naka was No. 4 Top Ten Stud Dog - 2002.
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Naka passed away October 15, 2004 in South Africa from an intestinal virus.
   Naka: Mr. Van Wyk, the owner of Naka, grew up on a sheep farm in a part of South Africa called the Karoo. His grandfather bought the farm from the government and named it Karoskloof. Karos = "skin rug," the only piece of sheep skin which the Hottentot people used as a loin cloth. Kloof = "gorge." The name derives from the many "karosse" which his grandfather found in the main gorge on the farm. Bayezana means "second born" in Xhosa, the dialect spoken in South Africa where Naka was born. Finally, since Naka was such a naughty and bossy pup, the last part of his name is taken from a famous South African soccer player.
Info from http://www.ridgebackvet.com/foundation.html#prettyPhoto