BB's Aster arrived at Cedars Point Kennel the same day as Yetta. Aster, Cedar's daughter, mirrors Cedar's calm temperament. The calm demeanor has aided her focused development. She loves people and is extremely social. Though she is 4 weeks younger than Yetta she holds her own and loves giving Yetta a run for her money. Aster's a cooperative hunter, tracks wonderfully and has a fabulous signature point. She loves exploring in the house, yard, and field. Everything seems to intrigue her and it is fun to watch her learning about the world around her. Aster is extremely engaged in her learning and has been a student in Brenda's classroom. In fact, she stole the show there despite Yetta's stark and unique appearance. She's been hunted extensively in her first season on the grouse, pheasant and prairie chicken in South Dakota. She also traveled out to Minnesota to hunt ruffed grouse with Cedar and her Point sisters.
By clicking on the image provided please find a photo library for BB's Aster, including dogs from her pedigree-primarily her mom. This provides a snapshot history into her line and how members of her pedigree can still contribute today to Cedars Point Kennel.
By clicking on the image provided please find Aster's Pedigree.
We ran Aster on August 10, 2019 at the Black Hills Chapter inaugural NA Test. She was the first dog ever to test at the Chapter and scored a 110 Prize I at 11 months of age. If it wasn't for a meadow lark flying out of the alfalfa while she was on her track she would likely have been awarded a maximum score. Her prey drive was her undoing if you could call that a fault. Click on image for her official scores.
Aster will have her confirmation evaluated at an IABCA show to see how well she meets the FCI standards. We will post the judges critiques here once they are available. Unfortunately most shows for 2020 have been cancelled.