CH Fiddlin Rocky Boy

Fiddlin Rocky Boy was raised and developed by Karl Barry from Lafayette, LA. "Rocky" was approximately 22 months of age when he astonished everyone when he won the NBHA National Open Championship in the spring of 1993. His performance at the National Open made him the youngest performer to ever win this event.

Rocky had won several championships for owner Karl Barry then in the summer of 1994 Rocky was sold to Gary Keel of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma for a reported sum of $15,000.00. Rocky was then handled under the pro hands of Scott Miller who continued to win and add more placements on Rocky's pedigree. Rocky's winning notoriety made him into a significant stud dog in the Midwest. Later his career was cut short when he strayed off course and was hit by a car at the NBHA Western Regional Championship at the Crabtree Ranch outside of Ada, OK.

As a four time Champion and five time RU Champion, his production record shows 47 placements with 71 progeny placing a total of 427 times. Some of Fiddlin Rocky Boy's most notable offspring include Highview Tribute, Turbo, Highview Buddy, Nate's Hot Pepper and Honky Tonk Attitude. His son Honky Tonk Attitude became the first dog inducted into the NBHA Hall of Fame.