Stud Dogs

SH CH Rochus Folio (Rocco) – (Bucky de la Cadotte x CH Kenocto Radiant Rumba with Rochus) Hips: 8/7 = 15 – Rocco is a natural bobtail.

Rochus Humfrey – (SH CH Rochus Folio x Rochus Christel) Hips: 7/7 = 14

Rochus Marvin – (CH TR Hipso du Val aux Miroirs X SH CH Rochus Jayricnbrits Hattie) Hips: 5/3 =8 – Marvin is a natural bobtail.

SH CH Rochus Moet – (CH TR Hipso du Val aux Miroirs x SH CH Rochus Jayricnbrits Hattie) Hips: 3/2 =5

Moet was placed 3rd Excellent at the National Breed Show in France under Judge M. Jean Carpentey in 2017 at the tender age of 15 months.

The Brittany Club of Great Britain Open Show 2018

Open Dog (2,0) 1. RESERVE BEST DOG Andersons ROCHUS MOET Black and white boy of lovely type. Big ribs with good overall balance. Strong, compact and sturdy. Really nice front assembly, loved his length to height proportions. Deep chested with the best of ribbing and short strong loin. Good shoulder line and return of upper arm. Good width over first and second thigh. Quality bone and feet as the standard calls for in front and rear, which was not evident in many in this entry. Liked his head and expression and on another day he could quite easily have been my winner, just unfortunate to meet the stunning youngster from the same kennel.

Diane Stewart-Ritchie (Judge)

Rochus Noble – (INT SH CH Rochus Ferdi for Callmillard x Rochus Lucie) Hips: 7/10 =17

Noble has a Reserve Challenge Certificate awarded at National Gundog Association Championship Show in Aug 2019 under Judge Mrs Barbara Hargreaves. This RCC gave him his Stud Book Number.

For two years in a row Rochus Noble was Best in Show at the Brittany Club of Great Britain September Open Show.

In September 2018 under Judge Mrs Diane Stewart-Ritchie Rochus Noble was Best in Show as well as Best Puppy in Show.

Puppy D (4,0) BEST IN SHOW & BEST PUPPY IN SHOW 1.Andersons ROCHUS NOBLE What an exciting young boy ! He impressed me as soon as he came in the class. Tri dog of great substance, balance and of great type. Right up my street for his constructional qualities and with the most appealing head. So sound and together on the move with correct footfall and showing typical short stride and gait. I particularly liked his correct topline on the stack and his shape. Moderate and unexaggerated but with true length to height ratios. He has a super rib cage, big with plenty of heart room, well sprung and of good length to his short strong loin. He has good width over his hindquarters with great muscle tone. He has a very appealing head with great expression. Good in foreface with no snipeyness. Correct triangular shaped ears, high set and of decent size. All of these add together to give a super bundle of real quality. I hope his owner realises the enormity of this win and channels her energies into correct schooling and development of what I can clearly see is going to be a real star for the breed.

Diane Stewart-Ritchie (Judge)

In September 2019 under Judge Mrs Julia Iles-Hebbert Rochus Noble was Best in Show again.


1.Anderson’s Rochus Noble: Noble by name, noble in his bearing. Put down in immaculate coat and condition. Standing he presents the correct size and shape, is well constructed on a sound frame. Lovely proportions to head, eyes kind yet alert, ears well set.   A powerful dog with good bone, well developed body and strong, well tuned muscles, he gave an excellent performance on the move. For me he made a complete picture. Best Dog and Best of Breed

Julia Iles-Hebbert (Judge)

(Credit: photo of Marvin by Elena Trufanova; photo of Humfrey by Sue Axtell)