Only 1 Litter is planned POTENTIALLY for 2023.  Blondie will be bred one more time…..  we are evaluating our options of stud dogs and there is currently a waiting list for this litter.  Call if interested.








West is owned by Derek Baune and is one of the finest examples of pure red dog versatile hunting power I have ever seen.  He's sired a couple of litters, one with Martinsen's Got the Edge to Win that created the famous and very adored Prize 1 Utility dog Kiddo.  The second litter he sired was with Vezeto's Prairie Wildfire "Prairie".  The product of that litter resulted in an extremely young and talented Martinsen's West Bound for Myles UT 1 at 16 months old.  Myles just performed at the NAVHDA Invitational and unfortunately didn't pass but his talents were recognized by the cadre of judges and spectators.    Both of these litters produced some wonderful hunting dogs and family members as well.

I expect that Ruby and West will produce some AMAZING hunting dogs that love water and hunt their TAILS OFF.  The grit in this breeding is without limit and it should put together beautiful, well tempered, hunting powerhouses. 

West was owner handled and trained for his entire life.  Ruby was trained by myself (now a professional) but she's MY dog.   


VC Wall Canyon's New Wave UT1


Wall Canyon's Hammerin' Hank UT1

Pennhip LH 0.30 RH 0.30

OFA Thyroid: Normal​ 

Litter sent home May 2021​

This will be my first flagship breeding of a Wall Canyon bred dog to one of my females.  I expect great things from these two. Hank is the brother to my Ruby and the son of my Ripley and Martinsen's Mo River Reggie.  These pups are gonna have Good looks, wonderful temperaments, and tons of desire to hunt and please.  Hank achieved the Prize 1 in his Utility test at the age of 2.5 years old under the careful guidance of Tate Martinsen at Martinsen's Red Point Kennel.  I co-trained Hank so I know for sure what's in his gas tank and he has a ton of motor.  Hank is a powerful, big ranging dog that loves the water and ducks to boot.  He's made me proud as a breeder and trainer.    His dad Reggie (2018) litter gave him a wonderful disposition, love of water and beautiful grand looks.  His mom gave him his grit and unbridled bird desire.  I expect these pups to love the water, have a strong natural retrieve, love the open prairie, and have a strong desire to please their owners.  I am super excited to see the progeny from this litter.... I am keeping two if that gives you any indication as to my belief in how good they will be!  These pups are going to be tremendous hunters with full capabilities to compete in AKC Field Trials or American Field Shooting Dog as well as NAVHDA.... it's just how you bring them up!


GCH CH Alpine's Playing with Fire UT3

Registered Name: DC Alpine's Playing with Fire UTIII

Call Name: Cinder

Sire: GCH DC AFC Mackey's Trail Blazing Sitka

Dam: FC AFC Skegemog Point Princess Zoey

AKC# SR89648701

FDSB#: 1668627

DNA: V840814

PennHip: L/R DI 0.30 -- 90th Percentile

CHIC: 124895


OFA Elbows, Thyroid, CERF: NORMAL

Performance Highlights:

NVA Gary Jagoda Derby Classic Winner 2016

1st Place Amateur Walking Puppy (1st field trial!)

1st Place Open Puppy Rocky Mountain Vizsla Club

1st Place Open Derby Three Trails Vizsla Club

WD/BOW Scottsbluff Kennel Club 4pt Major (x2) and NEW CHAMPION!

1st Place Open Gun Dog (19 starters, 4 point Retrieving Major) GWP Club of Oregon

2nd Series Vizsla Club of America National Field Championship 2019

Select Dog Puget Sound Vizsla Club Specialty 2020 -- 5 pt GCH Major!

NAVHDA Utility Prize 3 -- 178

Select Dog Puget Sound Vizsla Club Specialty 2021 -- 5 pt GCH Major!

1st Place Amateur Gun Dog (21 starters, 4 point Retrieving Major) GSP Club of WA -- NEW DUAL CHAMPION!

Cinder is my anxiously awaited Sitka son. I have big plans for this boy and have enjoyed every minute as we start out on our adventure.

Cinder was the independent pup of his litter. Looking most like his dad and reminding me most of Sitka when introduced to wings and birds, he was an easy pick. He transitioned to life in the crazy Mackey household with ease during a Thanksgiving pit stop on our way back to Colorado. Surrounded by adult dogs, young children, and a dozen new people, Cinder proved his sound temperament at 9 weeks old. Once home to Colorado, the little Munchkin shone. He made fast friends with Sitka and Riot, a respectful puppy that didn’t push boundaries once they were established in his “pack”. He is by far the easiest puppy I have ever housebroken. Earning bed rights at 10 weeks old, he slept through the night without accidents in record time. He is easy in the crate and easy in the house. He is also our resident talker. Cinder is my first vizsla to have the ever-endearing “ROOO” – Thanks mama Zoey! As he has grown, it has been fun watching his parent’s mannerisms come out. He roos like his mama, wiggles himself in circles like his dad, and is a natural snuggle bug that has never met a stranger.

And then there is the business side of Cinder. At 7 months old Cinder Puppy became DUAL POINTED! He has been a natural in the field with beautiful conformation that has been recognized in the show ring. He made his show debut at 6 months old and won Winners Dog his first weekend out for his first CH point. He followed that with a successful road trip collecting several WD/BOWs to close in on "singling out". After taking the Fall and Winter off to chase birds and run Field Trials, Cinder hopped back in the show ring for a weekend during FT season and picked up BOTH his Majors to finish his Championship! On birds, Cinder is all point. His work ethic reminds me of his dad, so serious about his job. He is confident in the field, showing his future potential in seeking out likely objectives several hundred yards away. I smile every time I cut Cinder loose in the field. He is bold, powerful, independent, intelligent, forward, and stylish and steady on his birds. He has earned his Puppy points towards his FC/AFC and at just shy of a year old won the NVA's Gary Jagoda Derby Classic, qualifying him for future American Field Championships down the road. During his first full season with Brian Gingrich, Cinder picked up his major, all of his retrieving points, a Top 10 ranking in the VCA Open list and just one point shy of his Dual Championship. He's so close! I can't wait to see this boy continue to succeed.

As a hunting dog, Cinder has that knack of transitioning between field trial range and working for the gun. He is a smart dog on the ground, having several hunting seasons under his belt from Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas, tackling everything from scaled quail to pheasants to prairie chickens. He is also at home in a duck blind, and while he hasn't had the opportunity to tackle geese, he will in the future! In the summers, Cinder puts his love of water to good use and enjoys dock diving and working on his water retrieves. This boy has all the pieces of a versatile gun dog and continues to give his dad a run for his money! 



The combination of brains and beauty between Blondie and Cinder will assuredly appear in these pups!  We are so excited about this because it's bringing all of those qualities I require in my dogs.  Blondie's love of water, her desire to run a forward race, her cooperation and sweet temperament will be paired with a great representative of all those qualities as well.  Cinder is 55lbs of raw hunting dog power. This boy LOVES duck hunting, upland hunting, field trialing, and SNUGGLING.

His good looks will also complement Blondie's beauty and brains.  He's got quite the resume for a young three year old dog.....  these pups will for sure be people pleasers!  This litter between Blondie and Cinder has been highly anticipated and we expect them to arrive sometime this late winter or spring 2020!  Get on this list as soon as you can!




PENHIP - LH 0.21 RH 0.19


Puppies all spoken for and sent to their new homes May 1st 2020

The pups in this litter are truly special.  They've exceeded all of my expectations as a breeder and they have done AMAZING in the field thus far.  I'm looking forward to training three of these impressively talented progeny in 2021.   Wall Canyon's Rumor has it and Wall Canyon's Red Ale River both achieved Prize 1 in their Natural Ability Tests at 6 months old!  To say we achieved our goals with this breeding is an understatement!

This is a very select and special breeding between two powerhouse dogs that are have  produced amazing hunting dogs for the field and water.  

 Both parents are NAVHDA titled, have extensively hunted and have been trained by myself. Kiddo is simply amazing in looks, drive, biddability, and talent. I expect he will compliment Ripley's amazing water and retrieve drive nicely.

He's matured into one heck of an animal and has a superb personality to match his hunting work ethic and looks.  Both the Martinsen's and I are keeping a pup from this litter if that is enough testimonial to how good we think these pups will be!  This litter is planned to happen in the next few months per Ripley's willingness!  Pups ready to go home early spring 2020!




6 out of 10 pups tested

3 Prize 1 112 Pts

1 Prize 1 110 Pts

2 Prize 2 108 Pts


VC Martinsen’s Mo River Reggie Navhda UT 1

Penn Hip: Right and Left .24

OFA Thyroid: Normal

Reggie became a VERSATILE CHAMPION!  Trained and Handled by Phil Meyer, this dog exhibits all of what a great dog exemplifies.  He gave his pups wonderful temperaments, great looks, and tons of go.  Reggie is a wonderful boy with a sweet and gentle disposition and he has grit in the field which is a great combination.  This boy is out of VC Martinsen’s Lil Pheasant Popper MH x CH Kivalo’s Milo Man at Martinsen UT 1 MH. He is owned and loved by Philip Meyer and Cindy Meyer! 

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