When Beaver Meadow Benjamin appeared on the scene, a pointer Cover Champion that sired another pointer cover champion was almost unheard of. Benjamin was owned by John Stolgitis of Ashaway, Rhode Island. Handled by Stolgitis, Benjamin placed in the Grouse Futurity and was runner-up in the Grand National, but was awarded championship honors at the Northeast Grouse at the Moosehorn Grounds in Maine with Dave Hughes at the helm. His performance career was hampered by several injuries but as a producer, Benjamin stands way above any other pointer in cover trial history in winners and cover champions produced. He produced QUANTITY including numerous winners and cover champions; QUALITY: including quite a few multiple champions and DEPTH: which is offspring that are producing champions. One remarkable son, Chasehill Little Bud, won 19 Championships and 19 runner-ups on multiple circuits.
The Northeast region of the Grand National justly and proudly honors Beaver Meadow Benjamin as a Legend Of The Game.