The Border Terrier Club 
of Central Ohio

Meet the Members 
of the BTCCO

Tracy Van Niel is our Club President. She works hard to keep the BTCCO going strong. Tracy was instrumental in both the planning and hosting of the 2006 BTCA National Specialty. 
Tracy has a son Taylor and three Border Terriers: Chili Bean, Reggie, and Halo
Joye Ford is our Vice President. She is also the editor of our Club Newsletter, the Broadcaster. Joye has two Border Terriers: Bailey and Indy.

The Kennel name  of Sulan Border Terriers  came into being over  20 years ago in England.   Sue's interests include  participating in conformation and performance events.  In 2007 as breeder/owner/handler, she steered Am/Can Ch Sulan English Rosebud RA. NA. NAJ. CGC. V  (Figgy)  to the position of Number 5 bitch in “breed “ and Number 6 bitch “all breed “ nationally.  All four Sulan girls (Maggie, Lucy, Tessa and Figgy) enjoy taking part in agility, Rally obedience and Earthdog, as well as sharing prime positions on the couch with Sue and husband Alan.


Sue's other passions include breeding and raising puppies, also educating and mentoring people new to the breed. In the capacity of BTCCO Secretary and Education Co-ordinator she hopes to fulfill these obligations for the benefit of the breed.
Annette Neff is our Club Treasurer. She does a lot for the club as well. Besides raising, training, and caring for her thirteen Border terriers, she loves to work on the computer. She is the one who developed this web site for the club. 
Ken and Michelle Bauer have raised 5 children (the human kind) and currently 4 dogs; two of which are Borders. They also own a Rottweiler and a Siberian Husky.

They started in confomation showing 14 years ago with Siberian Huskies, then Rottweilers and now Borders. 

Ken served as president of the Greater Louisville Training Club for three years, on the Board for two additional years and in charge of obedience events. He is the Events Chair for the BTCCO.

Michelle has been into obedience and conformation for 12 years, starting with Rottweilers and then Border Terriers. She has served on the board of Directors for the Greater Louisville Training club for two years, was the director of training for two years. She was in charge of registration and new club membership for 3 years, and in charge of the club raffle and money making events. She hopes to serve the BTCCO in similar roles.

This is Ann Leist.  She owns Wildwood Moonlit Touch Me Not  (Jewel) . She has had Border Terriers for many years. With the purchase of Jewel, she hopes to begin her own line of Border Terriers.
This is Rachel Leist. She is Ann's daughter. She is the proud owner of CH Wildwood Rose Cotton CD. Rachel finished Rose herself and even got a Terrier Group Four on her the day se completed her championship. Rachel recently put a CD on Rose and has two Rally Novice legs as well.