Finnish MVA Champion, she received REK1 ratings, which is excellent on sled dog race testing at 3 separate testings. Additionally, she had to achieve winning results at conformation shows. North American Equivalent of SDO (Sled Dog Outstanding). Eyes Clear 9/11. Jeksu trail leads and runs wheel or team. Also has conformation title. She modeled for the English store "Toast" catalog in 2006. She is the sweetest, most sensible, courageous dog. She is a quiet girl, a thinker, not prone to excesses of emotion. In harness, she calmly waits for the command to leave. She is a very hard, honest worker who gives 120%. She would run all day if you asked her.
No holds barred eater. Good feet. Whelps easily and is an excellent mother. She has had 2 litters. Her first litter at Kennel Helinkaja's in Sweden, by Petruschka's Nick Nack born September 9, 2006 produced 5 females and 1 male, Troy. Most of the females, who remain in Europe have had successful show and racing careers. Several have produced their own litters. They favor their sire's body type, tall and lean. Jeksu's second and final litter by Wolfepak's Harrier No Kita is 3 males and 3 females, born February 19, 2011. The Harry litter are all showing great promise.
Race Record for Sainen Jekaterina
Fin CH Sainen Jekaterina Sweden: S68118/2005, Finland: 20156D
Sled Dog testing results (Excellent at all tests, SDO equivalent):
Rating Location & date Judge
|REK1||Karstula 27.2.2005||EILA KUUSINEN |
|REK1||Oulainen 13.2.2005||HARRIET HOLMSTRÖM-SAND |
Finland: 22-23.1.05 Jongunverran-ajot (2x46km ) best pure breed team
26-27.2.05- SHS-SM Kouhero 2x27 km 2nd place
12-13.2.05 Ruuhirod 4x 12 km
6-8.3.2005 Finnmarkslopet 500 km 300 completed
5-6.3-2005 Keminmaa SM (2x51 km)
25-27.3.2005 Tervastulet 2005 (3x40-50km) Winning Team East Pointe Husky Cup
Canada: 2.2010 Cannington, ON festival demo race 2 miles
By Petruschka's Nick Nack:
Tira (white) & Talim
AKC, CKC and UKC registered.
Jr. Princess Louise is off to a great start. She is a sweet, feminine little diva who LOVES the Tiara and loves to entertain! At Barrie she was making whirlpools in the kiddie pool. Looking forward to a great time with this girl. She makes everything fun. Not just another pretty face though, Louise made her sledding debut last year on snow and was an enthusiastic team member in Fall training 2012. She's very forward, unafraid and seems to be a perpetual motion machine. Great distance prospect, she is built like her mother and the spitting image of Fritz, one of the early Alaskan Siberians.
Best Siberian Baby Puppy-Barrie Kennel Club Show 2011
3rd Place in Group 3-St. Catharines KC Sanction Match 2011
Louise went to the U.S. Siberian Husky Nationals in Fitchburg, MA. While she didn't make the cut, she walked in like she owned the place. Many Thanks to Kelly Boyd for a great job presenting Louise.
2nd Pl Open Bitches, Norfolk Kennel Club, April 5, 2013, Simcoe, ON
Best of Opposite, Seaway Kennel Club May 3, 2013, Welland, ON
BOB, Group 2nd, Upstate Kennel Club, May 5, 2013, Buffalo, NY
Reserve Winner's Bitch, Olean Kennel Club May 30, 2013 Dunkirk, NY
CERF: Eyes clear 1.22.12
Generally she has more fur than pictured, but she's getting ready for the season in St. Tropez.
No question about it, HRH Princess Mollie is exactly that. She figures because she shopped on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach when she was a pup and vacationed in the Keys, she's entitled.To everything. Has her own Sleep Number.
She is command trained for lead and is excellent... if she deems that she'll work. So far, we've found she only runs in odd numbered years. And she is the typical Siberian who gives you 95%. Mollie is training in Novice Rally and aspires to agility and perhaps Flyball. If only they would exclude the "riff raff." She corners like she's on rails. We hope she will get over her lack of desire to lay down on a table so that she can try agility. But she feels Royalty doesn't "down" so that and obedience may remain a human aspiration only.
Princess Mollie has proven herself to be a very able Auntie to the Jeksu x Harry pups and is helping Jeksu keep them in line. Not an easy task.