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Liberty Creek Labs was established in 1998 with the purchase of my foundation bitch, Hunt Club Miss Corey CD,WCI,WC,CGC,TDI. 

My love of dogs and horses developed at the very young age of 3. In 1967 my family purchased their first quarter horse. We showed quarter horses for 3 years and then trotted, no, we ran  into the running quarter horse world. At the time, I was ten and started breaking and exercising the race horses for my father and his clients. 

In 1979 I married.  On that very day, unknown to me, a little bay filly was born 30 miles north of our home.  Fate brought me to her.  We purchased her as our wedding present and she was our foundation mare of Lickity Split Acres. We had many wonderful years racing quarter horses.

In 1987, I led my last horse to the paddock.. I enjoyed all the years and hold many memories of the running horses in my heart.  To this day, whenever I  admire any horse,  I remember each and every  horse that I had the pleasure to saddle.

In 1983, a friend approached me with the idea of creating a company. A company that provided horse drawn carriage rides in Indianapolis, IN. I immediately wanted the challenged. Colonial Carriages, Inc. was born. WOW what a great time! Several years later I  purchase my partner's share of the company.

In 1990, I had the opportunity to sell the company and spend more time with my family. The day after closing on the sale of my company, I applied for and was hired as a bus driver at my children's school in Zionsville, IN. I truly enjoyed this profession. I drove the daily routes in addition to special events, such as my son's basketball and baseball team. I had the summer off to spend with the children. We enjoyed swimming, hiking and camping. I continued to drive a school bus until September 2011.

My first labrador retriever, Hunt Club Miss Corey entered my life when my son left for college. She is my constant companion. She enjoyed all phases of training, whether obedience, field, or therapy. She was a people pleaser and a joy to be with each day. One of her favorite past times was playing soccer. She was Liberty Creek's foundation bitch and has produced tremulous pups with type, personality, tremendous retrieving drive, ton of coat, and the true Labrador temperament of wanting to please their families.

February 28, 2004 Corey delivered her last litter and retired. She loved to travel, swim, and slept with me every night.  I held her in my arms on February 13, 2011 as she cross the Rainbow Bridge and God willing we will be together one day forever.

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