Tagamago Irish Setters


I bought my foundation bitch in 1974 Carbonek Lady Eileen (Kes) as a pet but she had been kept back as show potential by her breeder Ann Aitken. Encouraged to show her I did mostly Open Shows with success winning many Best of Breeds.

I mated her to Sh Ch Orichalc Alchymist in 1977 and kept a bitch Tagamago Gypsy Moth (Jodie) who as a puppy won the ISBC Newry Trophy for Best Puppy in 1978. She did extremely well at Open and Championship Shows gaining a Res CC. She in turn was mated to Sh Ch Brinara Inula and produced the youngest Sh Ch ever at the time Sh Ch Tagamago Top Deck. Litter brother and sister Tagamago Top Flight and Tagamago Top Line gained their Junior Warrants and another sister Tagamago Top Class who came back to live with me
when she was 4 years old won a Challenge Certificate. This was a very successful litter. Tagamago Top O' The Morn owned by Brenda Berry produced Sh Ch Brinara Moonraker.

I have bred a second Sh Ch Tagamago Loving Memory at Shiredale who gained her title at 7 years old. The bitches I have now all stem from my foundation bitch. They are Tagamago Sweet Inspiration and Tagamago Demants Lady Isabella TT (Import) - See below.

                                                                                                     Photos M Savage
                                                    Tagamago Sweet Inspiration                                                     "Maddi"
                                             Goldings Festival x Sh Ch Loving Memory of Shiredale                       With her litter born 24th December 2002  6 Dogs & 5 Bitches
                                                                                KC/BVA hip score 5-7 CLAD clear                                                  
         PRA RDC1  & CLAD Clear        


Tagamago Demants Lady Isabella II (Imp)
Tagamago Foriegn Affair x Tagamago Scarlet O'Hara   
KC/BVA  Hip Score 7-7 
Bred in Iceland  by Arni St Arnason

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