THE WARLOCK AKCSBW590411 5.1.1955 Male Colour:
Henry Frampton, USA
AND CUBAN CHAMPION BORONG THE WARLOCK, CD
One of the
most remarkable dogs in the history of the breed was for a long time the
top-winning Doberman Pinscher of all time in this country. His name was
Borong the Warlock, and he won his obedience degree in short order and
his championship title in three countries.
Owned by Henry
G. and Theodosia Frampton of Miami, Florida, that magnificent animal was
a living legend in his own time. His fantastic show career included 230
Best of Breed, 30 Specialty Show "bests," six all-breed Best in Show
and 66 Working Groups! He was theonly Dobermaqn ever to have won the Doberman
Pinscher club of America National Speciality Show three times, and in 1961
five Doberman specialists judged him Top in the breed in an annual Top
Ten competition event. Needless to say, he was also one of the Top Ten
in the Phillips System rating over a four-year span. In 1962, when he was
eight year of age, he won the Penn-Jersey Dobermann Speciality for the
third time and retired the Carl Muser Trophy which had been in competition
He was one
of a litter of five champions, and he finished for his American title at
just 13 months of age with four major wins. His obedience title was won
in three straight shows.
As a sire
he also exelled, with 25 American champions to his credit, including three
Best in Show winners. Obedience titlists were also among his offspring.
His daughter, Ch. Jem's Amethyst v. Warlock, was the top-winning Doberman
bitch for the year 1963.
know also for his temperament. He had always been housedog and constant
companion to the Framtons and traveled with them everywhere (including
airplane, train and ship) as a good will ambassador for the breed. He was
a credit to his sire, Ch. Astor v. Grenzweg, C.D., and his dam, Ch. Florowill
Book of the Doberman Pinscher - Joan McDonald Brearley