1995, 2000 National Amateur Field Champion
1998, 1999 Canadian National Amateur Field Champion
Ebonstar Lean Mac
Photo by Sue Reynolds
July 28, 1990 – August 2002
'87 CNFC,'92 CNAFC Waldorf's High Tech x EBONACEAE PRINCESS
Maxx's owners, Sherwin Scott and Patricia Shawver, bought the dog from Canadian John MacLean following the completion of a successful derby career. Maxx earned a total of 122.5 combined American and Canadian derby points. After the change of owners, Don Remein continued Maxx's training and he went directly from the Derby to the Open where he qualified for the 1993 National Open Championship as the youngest dog entered.
Don Remein was the hander for the 1993 and 1994 National Opens and in 1995 national Open the owner is shown as the handler. For each National Open 1996 through 2000 Mike Lardy was shown as the handler. Maxx was a finalist 97-99 in the National Open. The owner was listed as the handler 6 National Amateurs he with 2 wins and a finalist 3 other times.In addition too National qualifications Maxx was a two time double header winner. Maxx accumulated 109 open points and 56.5 Amateur points. In addition to his two National Amateur wins are two Canadian National Amateur wins.
Maxx is arguably the best sire the most prepotent sire of this era. Records show, in 2006, 8 dogs sired by him with 9 National wins. Five of these national wins occurred in the Canadian National Open and Canadian National Amateur. Names of titled offspring exceed 110 are too many too list here, but one bears mentioning. Chena River Chavez appears to have inherited the ability to pass on good genes to his offspring.
Contributed to The Retriever News.com by Richard Halstead, Lino Lakes, Minnesota.
(Statistics are from Retriever Field Trial Performances 1991-1996, 1997-2002, and 1941-1995 Retriever Field Trial Statistics by Sue Reynolds )