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Mini Dragon

I was also impressed by the photo of Marky Smith's new sdb, Mini Dragon, in
the ais bulletin.  It looks quite black with a bright orange beard.  Has
anyone seen it in life?  Does anyone know its parentage?

Marky Smith has been introducing some of the very best sdb's in the past few
years.  She definitely has an eye for the distinctive and eye-catching.
 Starbaby and Gemstar have been outstanding in our garden, and we're looking
to seeing Hottentot and Firestorm this year.

-Lowell Baumunk

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