Noonbarra Dan IV X Capree Dyna
Black & Tan Male Born: January 2003
Noonbarra Peter was kept in the Stud and sold as a good started Kelpie through the National field Days at 10 months of age.
He is an excellent prospect for a future sire or hard station work. He was started well in paddock on sheep with a lot of keenness and not too pushy but with plenty of strength. He had an almost perfect point of balance on a mob as well as good distance and heading ability. Good walk in.
He had a couple of short spells in stockyards and will be a very versatile all rounder. Quiet natured, travels well in vehicle, faithful type.
He had started well in the paddock on sheep with a lot of keenness. We very impressed. He has plenty of natural ability without training.
He is a quick learner and not too excitable but with plenty of strength to move stock. Good point of balance, distance and heading ability. Good walk in. Has had a couple of short spells in stockyards and is coming along very well there with a little bark now and then and nice force without being aggressive or too silly. Pete will be a very versatile all rounder. Quiet & gentle natured, the type of dog that will fit in best with a kind handler.
Noonbarra Peter has some of the best bloodlines in the country in his breeding. These include nearly every famous working Kelpie of the last 30 years. Great dogs such as
Barambogie Mack, (Multiple National Kelpie winner 1984, 1987) Renowned sire of 1980's.
Phils Creek Sam 1992 National winner and many other championships.
Liscannor Pace Winner of all trials including 2 perfect scored runs. Twice awarded sheepdog of year.
Capree Watch Winner 1993 National Championship and most influential sire of 1990's.
Glenlogie Lucky ... National Kelpie Trial winner 1989,
Liscannor Kay (1981& 1983 National Kelpie Field Trial winner) Great brood bitch.
Noonbarra Butch. Winner of both State Championship and National championship and others.
Milburn Basil. Another winner of both State Championship and National championship and others.
Noonbarra Peter on sheep