Trying to find great-grandsons of Stormley Craftsman at Ludzska - Page 1

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by Tuppence on 22 September 2011 - 15:09

Bought a chocolate lab, born 10 March 97 in Anglesey Wales.  Son of Ludzska Locksmith of Riverfleet (Father was Stormley Craftsman at Ludzska, Mother was Eider Down at Ludzska) and Sian of Rhos.  I bought him from the mother's owner who has now stopped breeding.  I do not know the father's owner who I believe was also in Anglesey. (?)

I would like to find offspring of my dogs brothers and sisters but having no luck.

Any help or clues greatly appreciated.

by BeauandTed on 18 November 2011 - 12:11

I have a choc lab born 2nd Dec 2010 who GGS is Stormley craftman at ludzka! 

by Tuppence on 21 November 2011 - 01:11

To BeauandTed
Thanks for the response.  I expect he is very handsome!  Would you mind saying where you got him from?  Mine had a very deep chest which he appartently got from his father.  Someone passed us in Betws y Coed one afternoon and asked if I'd got him from Anglesey because he looked like his Dad.

by BeauandTed on 22 November 2011 - 10:11

He came from breeders in Swindon Wiltshire, who I was told have been breeding gundogs for 3 decades? He was rehomed to us a couple of month ago but I have his pedigree papers. He is a lovely chap, very active and very handsome. I think he is on the smaller side of average  but I am no expert on Labs! I have bigger dogs which make most other breeds look smaller! 
He is a lovely deep brown with a small hint of a liver nose. 
His dam was Badfari pride... sire Garys choice.
Dams Sire, master galaxy galloway,
Dam's Dam Lady danie.
Sires Sire Cheszynski take it all. Sires dam Chrissy coco queen.
GGS {dads side) stormley craftsman os ludzska and  Jimjoy tempo
GDS (dads sde) Cool hill cute candy and coco brown bear.
He has Kenex rowntree, salsette girl, Clever boots and Lady femma of Dyfed as great grant parents on his dams side.
None of these names mean anything to me! would be interested to hear from anyone in the know! 

by Tuppence on 22 November 2011 - 14:11


Thanks for that.  Interesting.  Will look for those names on pedigree charts when I get chance this weekend hopefully.

by jillyet on 09 January 2012 - 12:01

hiya my female is related to this dog she is the great great grandchild.  She is of medium build.  She is called Kenocto Sunrise Biscuit.  She is nearly 4 years old now.  She has had 3 litters of pups.  I have a litter of pups at the moment.  She is chocolate.  Might the dog be called our master craftsman ludzska, this is just a guess as i have the five generation pedigree papers infront of me  U may find him on the kc site.  I bought her in Manchester and that is much information as i know.  He was mated with a dog called plique a jour at rhodenash, the result croftonbar double honour at donamick - dont know whether this pup was male or female

the reason the dogs became bigger was due to american imports in the lineage.  There is an american dog he lives in lincolnshire and he is on preloved as a stud dog.  Reckon he might be what ur talking about.

by Tuppence on 16 January 2012 - 00:01

Thanks for that jillyyet.  Haven't logged on to here for a while. Will investigate some of the names given.  Have not found kennel club much good really.

Bye for now.

by Tuppence on 19 January 2012 - 23:01


Just a thought, you mentioned your chocy boy was rehomed to you.  Not from a lab rescue at Eccleston nr Preston was it?

by Tuppence on 27 January 2012 - 23:01

To jillyet

Just a thought, 3 litters from a 4 year old seems a bit like the poor dog is being used as a breeding machine?

by BeauandTed on 09 February 2012 - 13:02

Tuppence, Our choc lab was rehomed to us privately. He was much loved in his previous home but needed much more exercise and space. I live it the country so it was ideal for him, he now also has my other dogs for company :)


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