Hunter brought together some old-time Scott/Sand Valley and Hines bloodlines. Her father was "Storm of Black Ice" and her mother was "Pendalís Ruby of Southpaw".
Hunterís father "Storm" was born in quarantine out of a pregnant bitch imported from Alan Scottís Owl Hollow Kennel in Alabama ("Snoopy of Alan Scott"). Storm's father was "Scott's Sambo of Sand Valley", a working dog from a line of working dogs from Darrin Jones' Sand Valley breedings in Alabama. Sambo was line-bred/inbred on Sand Valley Sam and his brother Sand Valley C.B.B.J.
Hunter's mother "Ruby" was a good solid line-bred Hines bitch, sired by Bishop x Juno son "Crockheed's Badger" out of "Rugby", a Dave Sanders bred bitch imported from the late Billy Hines.
Hunter was awarded a hip-score of 8 by the British Veterinary Association, which put her amongst the UK's best hip-scored American Bulldogs. That BVA score equates to an OFA Good under the American hip-scoring system.
She produced one pup, a male: "Rowland's Swampy"
A.B.A. 5-Generation Pedigree for "Hunter" (BVA hip-score = 8)
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(Hunter was bred by Kenny Taylor of Pendal ABs. Hunter is ABA, NKC and BBC registered)
Please note: Some of the dogs listed on the above pedigree may be different to some of those which appear on NKC pedigrees. The pedigree I have outlined above is taken from the records of the ABA database, which is today generally regarded as being the more accurate of the American Bulldog pedigree registries. The reason for most differences is that the NKC have stood by whatever information they were originally given when dogs were first registered with them, whereas the ABA have updated their database as and when newer and more accurate information has come to light about a dog's ancestry.
(This is not in any way a slur on the NKC, they took in good faith the information they were given when some of the earlier bulldogs were registered with the NKC stud book and the NKC can't be blamed for Mr Hines and others sometimes giving them inaccurate pedigree data. Stricter standards do apply today and the NKC continues to be one of the leading registries for American Bulldogs throughout the world. I will always register my dogs with them).