Amy Booth, Mims, FL (Conformation - Junior Showmanship)
Amy Booth was raised with Brittanys, which her parents, Joseph and Agnes Rodrigues competed with in Obedience Trials as well as All-Breed Dog Shows. Amy’s first time in the ring was when she was 6 years-old. By the age of 9, she and her dog, Ch. Greenfield’s Le Duc De Cannelle, won the 1980 American Brittany Club National Specialty Show. The funny thing was the dog was one month older than Amy. Since the age of 12, Amy also apprenticed with some of the nation’s best professional handlers. Amy’s eldest sister, Linda, an AKC Field Trial judge, continues to breed Brittanys with their family under the kennel name Rojas. Amy, Linda, and Agnes are all members of the American Brittany Club Breed mentorship committee.
In 1996, Amy created the Broxden kennel name and has bred Brittanys, Golden Retrievers, and Smooth Fox Terriers under the Broxden name.
Since she was a young girl, Amy has handled some of America’s Top Brittanys and Golden Retrievers, and won her first Best In Show at 12 years of age. She has established herself with a variety of breeds such as Giant Schnauzers, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Toy Fox Terriers, Greyhounds, Briards, and Affenpinschers. Most notably, Amy is the Owner/Handler of America’s All-Time Winningest Smooth Fox Terrier, the Breeder/Owner/Handler of America's All-Time Winningest Female Smooth Fox Terrier, and one of the Top Breeder/Owner/Handled Dogs of All-Time. She won the 2007 AKC/Eukanuba Best Bred-by Exhibitor Best In Show with her Golden Retriever Ch. Easthill Broxden The Fig Is Up SDHF – "Newton". Her most notable accomplishment was winning the 2010 Top Dog Award for the No. 1 Dog Amongst All-Breeds with Smooth Fox Terrier GCh. J’Cobe Broxden Vigilante Justice – "Dodger".