Coreymore Whippets
Coreymore's "Butters / Smooth" Litter

SBIS CH Surrey Hill's Golden Boy / SBIS Ch Chelsea Melt Everyone
Bred by Sue Carbajal, Harriet Vincent, and Deann Christianson

Whelped July 2, 2008 ~ 5 males, 3 females
Futurity Nominated


(Click here for this litter's pedigree.)

Butters - SBIS CH Surrey Hill's Golden Boy

SBIS CH Surrey Hill's Golden Boy, "Butters," (CH Chelsea Chalcedony x CH Diablesse Surrey Hill Say Yaha OTR TRP DPC JC) is a young boy who finished his Championship at 13 months of age. We think he has an exciting future in all venues of Whippetdom. This is "Butters" first litter. Wanting to concentrate the qualities which make "Smooth" so unique, we chose her charismatic grandson to sire her last litter. We want to thank Karen Lee and Kristen Fredericks for loaning "Butters" to us for a few days after the 2008 National. He was efficient and effective during his few days at Coreymore.

Smooth - SBIS Ch. Chelsea Melt Everyone, JC

SBIS Ch. Chelsea Melt Everyone, JC, "Smooth," (Multi BIS SBIS Dual CH Chelsea Long Kiss Goodnight FCH ROMX x CH Chelsea Oxford Sunday Silence JC ROMX) was WB and BOW at the AWC National in Dallas, TX. She is a multiple Specialty winner. She moves the way Whippets were meant to move--she can do it all. Besides her JC she is just one first place short of her ASFA field champion title. A proven dam of a multiple champion litter, we were excited to see what she had in store for us this time. "Smooth" is a one in a million bitch. We are so proud and pleased to have had her at Coreymore for this litter. Many thanks to Deann and Lee Christianson for the privilege and opportunity of having this girl in our family for a little while.

Thanks, as well, to Harriet Vincent for her interest in and support of this litter. We are excited to have her on board as a co-breeder of this highly anticipated litter.


(Click here for 10-week photos of this litter.)



CH Coreymore Smooth Jazz of Chelsea

Desi - CH Coreymore Smooth Jazz of Chelsea - Group 3, June 2009

Desmond finished his Championship at 11 months of age with three majors and three Best of Breed wins over male specials. He topped that off in his first weekend as a move-up special with this Group Third at Mt. Bachelor Kennel Club's show in Redmond, OR, as selected by Breed judge Dr. Steve Keating and Group judge Virginia Lyne. For the next few months Desi will be at home at Coreymore as he matures.


Arizona Whippet Association
3rd Independent Specialty, February 26, 2009
and Supported Entry, February 27, 2009


Left to Right:

Coreymore Smooth Operator of Chelsea -- "Bogart"
Coreymore Smooth Jazz of Chelsea -- "Desmond"
Coreymore Butterscotch Smoothie of Chelsea -- "Jamba"

The puppies turned 8 months old while this set of shows was going on. They were shown seven times: two Sweeps, a specialty, a supported entry, and three all-breed shows.

In the two Sweeps, the boys went first and second, and first and third; the bitch won her class both days. Bogart was also BOS in the Sweeps the second day.

Jamba won her class five of the seven times she was in the ring. The other two times she was second in the class.



Bogart was WD for a five point major under Betty Anne Stenmark. Thank you, Deann Christianson, for handling Bogart on that day. He was also Reserve three days in the major entries. He won his class every time in the ring except one--when he was second.


CH Coreymore Smooth Operator of Chelsea


Bogie finished under judge Larry Sorenson at the Skyline Dog Fanciers show on October 22, 2010.

Copious thank yous to all involved for piloting this pretty boy to his well deserved title. Bogie was handled to his championship by his owner, Kim Newell, as well as cobreeder Deann Christianson and handler Mandy Molanari.

Bogie is the third male to finish from this special litter. Another male, Gable, is in need of just one major to finish. And litter sister Ame (pictured below) has seven points including one major to her credit.


Coreymore Butterscotch Smoothie of Chelsea

Jamba, Lewiston, 2009

Here is Jamba again, receiving Winner's Bitch and Best of Opposite Sex at the Palouse Hills Dog Fanciers show on Saturday, April 18 in Lewiston, ID, from judge Mrs. Dany Canino.

On Sunday, July 5, 2009, Jamba was awarded Best of Breed and a Group III at the Coos Kennel Club show in Bandon, OR. This win was from the 12-18 month class and she defeated her newly-finished brother, Desmond, for the Breed win. Jamba's breed judge was Noreen Cartwright, and the Group judge was Dr. Alvin Krause.


Cottonwood Buttercream of Chelsea

Ame, 2009 Western Hound Association Sweepstakes Group 2

This is Ame, also known as Cottonwood Buttercream of Chelsea, receiving Group 2 at the 2009 Western Hound Association show in Silverado, CA on Sunday, April 12. The judge was Mr. Richard Beauchamp. Ame is owned by Sharron Simmons.

We are very proud of these puppies and look forward to them maturing and getting past the teen aged ganglies.