HRCH UH Trinity's Riptide Ryder MH CGC - One Master National Pass
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HRCH UH Trinity's Riptide Ryder MH CGC - One Master National Pass

  Melody Robinson

  344 Tope Road
          Jackson, Ohio - United States

  740-988-1022

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OFA Good Hips LR-179023G25M-VPI, Normal Elbows LR-EL41819M25-VPI, CERF LR-54827, Normal Cardiac LR-CA3426/25M/P-VPI, Normal Patella LR-PA315/25M/P-VPI, Normal Thyroid LR-TH371/25M-VPI, EIC Non-Carrier D08-065147, CNM Non-Carrier LR-CNM09-237-M-PIV, PRA Non-Carrier OptiGen # 09-9969, RD/OSD Non-Carrier & Narcolepsy Non-Carrier OptiGen # 09-9969, DNA Profile V497914 - AKC & UKC Registered.

Rip is the complete package, great Health, great Looks, great Train-ability, throws great pups.
on of Our SHR Trinity’s Sassy Senorita of Riverwood JH and FC AFC Cuda’s Blue Ryder MH

Born November 27th, 2006 - Never been Force Fetched and Never Been On An Electric Collar

Junior Hunter Title at 6 Months of Age (6 Months is the youngest age a dog is eligible to compete in the AKC

At 6 Months of Age he was doing Quads, Diversions, Delivering to Hand at Heel, Completely Steady, Sitting on three Commands (Voice, Whistle, and Hand Signal), and doing very well on blinds.

HR title earned at 10 months and 2 days old, 10th youngest HR Chocolate Labrador in history

HRCH title earned at 17 months, 16th Youngest HRCH Chocolate Labrador in history

MH title earned at 2 years 10 days of age - first MH pass at 17 Months, 6th pass and title earned at 2 years 10 days if we hadn't decided to skip senior and didn't have to get the 6th pass he would have had his title at 23 months of age.

Rip has earned his Upland Hunter Title in 4 straight tests.

Rip joined the 500 Point Club in the HRC on Saturday April 24, 2010 at West Central Ohio HRC making him the 5th youngest chocolate 500 point member in the history of the HRC. This test was judged by Carol & Rod Rombauer. We want to thank Carol for her many years of judging and wish her the best in her retirement. Carol retired after the West Central Ohio HRC test, she has judged, ran dogs & been a member of the HRC for over 22 years and is a great inspiration for Tierra.

Another brag that Rip has is his very first baby, HRCH UH Trinity's Riptide River Rush MH CGC who is the youngest UH titled Labrador retriever of any color in the HRC (7 months old) as well as the 3rd youngest chocolate HR in HRC history (8 months old). Rush also earned her HRCH title at 10 months of age and became the youngest chocolate HRCH in history. Rush had her first Master Hunter Pass at 11 Months and her second MH pass at 13 Months, she then sat out for the winter of 2010 and started running tests again the spring of 2011 and earned her MH Title at 22 months; she had to get 6 passes because of skipping JH and SH levels in the AKC.

In the house Rip is a very calm dog and very controlled… but in the field he is a fire cracker! He is very steady at heel and has been since he was a little over 5 months, and will wait as long as it takes for you to send him. He is a very good marker and he runs just as fast returning a bird as he does going out to it and he runs as fast on his blinds as he does his marks. He holds the bird and sits at heel as long as you make him wait. Rip has never been force fetched or been on a e-collar. He has been completely trained by my youngest daughter Tierra who was 16 when she got Rip and 18 when she titled him as a HRCH MH. Rip was her very first dog to train or compete at this level so he and Tierra has to learn together. Also, because of living in SE Ohio where there is very little water fowl or upland birds to hunt we do not have anyone within 100 miles that she can train with for the level of training that Rip is working at. I am incredibly impressed and proud of what my daughter and Rip have accomplished together at such young ages. Rip passed the 2011 Master National in his and Tierra's first attempt.

Rip is also a big ‘Momma’s Boy’, he would rather be at Tierra’s (His owner and resident Dog Trainer) side than outside with the other dogs. In the morning you can find him outside training, in the afternoon you can find him in the house wherever Tierra is at, in the evenings you can find him out at the Lake training with Tierra, and at night you can find him curled-up side-by-side with Tierra in bed. He has the type of personality that he just wants to be doing what his owner is, if that means training and hunting than that is what he wants to do, or if it is laying around in the house then that is where he wants to be.

Rip gets along well with everyone, he gets along with other intact males, cats, children, etc. He is a very kissy boy and has one of the widest tongues, he laps half of your face in one pass. My daughter has taught him to give hugs on command but Rip will leap up and give you a kiss before giving you a hug and he lands ever so softly that he never knocks you around. Rip is the very first male that we have ever kept but when Tierra decided that she wanted to get into Retriever training and had titled a couple of our females in the lower levels we gave her Rip. She had actually requested that I breed my chocolate female "Trinity's Lotta Miracles" with "Running With The Devil '01NDC" who is a tri-factored black male and she was going to keep a black male. When the litter was born there was not a single black pup in the litter. Sassy had been bred at the same time and had two chocolate males with FC AFC Cuda's Blue Ryder MH; who is one of my all-time favorite sires, and Rip was the darker - bigger male who just stood out to me as a great example of what a Labrador Retriever is supposed to be so I talked her into considering Sassy's litter and we ended up keeping a tremendous dog that has forever changed our lives, especially Tierra's. Tierra discovered that she had a hidden talent for becoming a team with her dogs, they trust her explicitly and are willing to do whatever she asks of them. Rip gives her confidence when she walks to the line now. Rip has also been trained on the side as a service dog and will take people cans of pop, carry your purse or whatever you ask him to carry, pick up whatever you drop and hand it back to you and a myriad of other tricks. I have been trying to talk Tierra into competing in obedience trials with Rip but so far she has shown no interest.
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