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Sam Borst Kennels - Ohio American Brittany Breeders
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About Sam Borst Kennels
We breed, train, and are handlers of Field Champion American Brittanies, which we hunt over on pheasant, quail, sharptail grouse, hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse in multiple states, and handle them in AKC horseback field trials. I am a certified Huntsmith trainer through the foundation level; We have been breeding brittanies for 15 years, and have hunted over them for 42 years. We bred, own, and handled FC Open Range, the 2008 Associated Bird Dog Clubs of Ohio All Age Dog of the Year. We also bred, own, and handled Alberta Bound, who had 10 juvenile AKC field trial placements, including 3 wins, from November 2008 to November 2009, Rustic Rural Delivery, Lonesome Dove, and Into the West, who had 4 placements the same year. We expect our litters to consist entirely of hard-charging bird fanatics, who will undoubtedly make fantastic, hunting, field trial, show, and family dog prospects.
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3247 Camden Rd.
Eaton, Ohio 45320
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 15 years.
937-456-1443Send Email to Sam Borst Kennels
Submitted by: Greg Bayliss on May 24, 2014I bought a male pup from Sam in February out of a litter from his champion Open Range and his Lonesome Dove. Couldn't be more pleased with my dog!! Having owned Britts in the past,I knew the breed well. This dog has outstanding natural instincts,he is 5 mo. old now and progressing like I thought he would. I thought the world of my other two Britts,but this guy is going to be heads above them! He,s our house dog also, so for the first mo. when we brought him home it was great bounding experience. At eleven weeks I took him to the pheasant hunting preserve where I belong and planted two fresh wings and took him to the field.He had never smelled a Pheasant before and he nailed them! When he caught scent of them in the wind he was maybe 10 - 15 yes away, he quartered back and forth to the spot. When I went back in to the club I told the owner I knew right away I had a outstanding dog, just need to take time and hone his skills,he is really fun to be around and work with! Lots of great comments from other hunters and my vet about his style and markings, he is going to be a great classic Brittany gun dog!! In my opinion you will get a outstanding dog from Sam Borst ! Thanks Sam