Registration#: AKC SA547651 / FDSB 805655
Date of Birth: 1 MAR 1968
Date of Death:
Country of Birth: United States
Country of Standing: United States
Longhair Carrier: NO
COI calculations are not available as unregistered user.
If you want access to all Features please create an Account
Registration is free!
Douglas M Drew, United States
William & Adele McGinty, United States
Some health information:
Health Notes: Hyperuricosuria - N/N Normal
Hypomyelination - N/N Normal
Available for stud on a very limited basis and only to approved bitches.
Simply put, Hunser has been gone for over three decades and is still one of the top 3 or 4 field producing Weims in our history. His impact to our breed is seen through his progeny in not only field but conformation as well. He directly produced 1 CH, 11 FC's, 5 AFC's, 2 DC's, 4 NAFC's, and 2 NFC's. Three generations of his offspring boast 20 CH's, 1 VC, 60 FC's, 31 AFC's, 2 DC's, 8 NAFC's and 12 NFC's.
As the overall pedigree of the Field Weimaraner in the U.S. seems to be becoming more and more limited in it's diversity, this is an opportunity to re-inject some highly impactful genetics back into the breed. The foresight to collect this dog some 40 years ago is a testament to the love that owners William and Adele McGinty as well as Hunser's trainer and handler, Roy Pelton, had for our breed.
In a conversation with Roy, and in his words, "Hunser was not only the the best bird dog I ever ran but the best I have ever seen." This conversation was just a week and a half before his untimely passing when I informed him of the discovery of this semen and was researching first hand accounts of the dog. Hunser ran big, real big. He hunted hard and pointed intensely. He lived to the age of 15.
If you are interested in using Hunser in your program or have any questions please contact me directly to discuss.
David Bryan Reynolds
Website - Email
Phone: (001) 432-349-9008
No LHC by DNA test.