Corpul de Arbitri




Robert Paust - USA fb-icon

rpDandie Dinmont breeder- (Tenacious), Whippet- (Windborn)
I started with dogs in 1969, I worked for a breeder of Irish terriers on Long Island, New York, Robert Clyde after school and weekends for 7 seven years. I also attended show´s with him working as his assistant. It was during this time that I meet Peter Green, and at the end of 1976 he asked me to come work for him. I worked for him from January 1977 until March 1988.
In 1989 I meet my future wife and relocated with her to Sweden in 1990. We got married and raised 4 children. We breed several litters of Dandie´s but also had some Afghan hounds, whippets and Italian greyhounds during that time.
My wife and I separated in 2013 and I moved back to the USA. My wife Lori and I breed and show whippets, having top ranked dogs in the USA for several years.
I started judging as an AKC judge in June 2003. My Assignments have included judging the Montgomery County terrier weekend several times, including the terrier group at the Hatboro Dog Club twice and the Best bred by exhibitor group at the Montgomery County show.
I have been fortunate to have judged in Sweden, Norway, Finland,Denmark, Russia, Ireland, France, Spain ,Poland, Slovenia, Australia, Japan, Korea, USA
I am a member of the San Joaquin KC- Board Member, Dell Valle KC of Livermore, Tri-State KC, Gateway Hound club, American Whippet Club, Greyhound Club of America- Vice President and the Montgomery County KC

Gerard Jipping - Netherlands fb-icon

gjJudging experience in countries: Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Columbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic,Denmark, Egypt, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Macedonia, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and USA.
Inviting also in: 2019 India and Peru. 2020 Brazil
Dogs have always been part of Gerard’s life and as from 1976 especially Afghan Hounds. Around 1985 he started to show dogs and had many (International) championships mostly in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Becoming more and more interested in dogs, Gerard started to his cynotogigal study in 1990 and in 1995 he did his first exam for the Afghan Hound. Ten years later, 2006, he is judge of all -FCI group 10- breeds, the Sight hounds. At this moment he is also group judge of -FCI group 5- all breeds of the Spitz and primitive types, -FCI group 1- all breeds of the Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs and some breeds of FCI group 2, 8 and 9. Gerard judged in many European countries, America, Australia and Asia at national and international Dog shows (including FCI European and FCI World Dog Show’s) Champion of Champion shows, many breed specialties and title shows.
Since 1994 he showed successfully his Afghans Hounds with the kennel name “El Harakat”. Afghan Hounds from “El Harakat” are all over the world like France, USA, Germany, Switzerland, Israel and Denmark etc.
A few other experience in the cynology of Gerard:
- Secretary of the national Sight Hound show committee Hochdahl/Duisburg (Germany)
- President of the International CACIB Dog Show committee KC. DOIJ (Netherlands)
- Member of the dispute committee of the Dutch Kennel Club “Raad van Beheer”
- President from the Dutch Sight Hound Club “N.V.O.W.”
- President of the FCI European Dog Show 2011
- Formal President of the Dutch Kennel Club “Raad van Beheer”

Suzanne Pattyn - Belgium fb-icon

spBreeder of JRT PRT under kennel name ""Suzan's Pride""
In the beginning I was closely involved in the world of horses. I often saw at the horse shows grooms and riders with small Jack Russells.
Up untill then I had only owned sighthounds. I thought these two breeds will make a good team for hunting.
It all started when we aquired our first Jack Russell in 1985 . She was of English origin "Hillfarm Julie"
I chose carefully theates for my beloved Julie and kept several nice bitches from these matings... lines going to Foxwarren and Jalus. (Old JRT breeder in GB long before the breed was recognised )
It was the same for my Parson Russells.
The two who were to become my foundation terriers were born in 1991.
A very special time in my life. All this was long before the breeds became recognised by the FCI.
In 1995 the Parson Russell had not long been recognised by the FCI and after 5 generations of breeding my own I decieded to buy in new blood. A top class stud dog was needed. I found him Howlbeck Percy Special.
He was a one in a million dog. He had it all, Presence, Attitude when he moved round the ring he owned it. Not only was he an unbeatable show dog but a fantastic companion.
He produced me several World Winners and European Winners.
Along with the brothers Suzans Pride Tea Time and Tea for Two by the legendry Howlbeck Piper out of Howlbeck Timber Topper. These dogs are the foundation of my Parson Russells today.
I have bred under the Kennelmane ""Suzan's Pride"" the two breeds seperatly and never mixed them.
I had my own line of Jack Russells since 1985.
When at the end of 2000 the small Jack Russell was recognised in its own right by the FCI we had to confirn each dog. I even if we knew its pedigree they went into an initial register at our Belgium Kennel Club . We had to build up a three generation pedigree. It takes many years to do this.
In 2001 my JRT ,Suzan's Pride Doudou won the World Dog Show in Porto she was a pure European line... not a drop of Australian blood.
In 2003 I imported an Australian bred Stud dog to use with my homebred bitches. Swynford Nirac.
Since this time I have bred more than 130 National Champions , Several Inter Champions ,15 Europeen Champions , 20 World Champions and 7 Reserve World Champions under the kennelname "Suzan's Pride"
Since 2007 I'm judging several Terrier breeds, Basenji's as I had them in my childhood in Africa and also Whippets , the hunting friends .
I judged in National, International, Breed Specialities in Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Hungary, Italy, UK, Tchequie, Finland, Danmark, Norway, Estonia, Russia
As a judge. What am I looking for.....
A good looking dog as near to the standard as possible with good temperament, terrier attitude with good movement good reach and drive is essential.
My winner will be the dog or bitch I would take home.

Monique Van Brempt - Belgium fb-icon

moniqueBefore the Scottish and Dandie Dinmont Terriers came , Monique Van Brempt , since her childhood , was fancied and surrounded by her loving dogs: Belgian Shepherds, Dachshunds, German Shepherds and Rough Collies.
Monique started seriously breeding and showing the Scottish Terriers in 1973. Later the Dandie Dinmont Terriers joined the doggie-family.
Under her kennel name "Limecourt" Monique registered and bred many high quality offsprings Scottish and Dandie Dinmont Terriers, who were later on entitled with European, National, International and World Champion titles and also winning the groups and several prestigious Best in Shows.
Mrs. Monique Van Brempt’s judging career started in 1980 and since then she is judging worldwide and until now her judging appointements took her to 70 different countries on the 6 continents. In one year there are going many dogs through her hands .
Besides being asked frequently for all breeds judging appointments at the National and International dog shows “ all “ over the world, she had a privilege of judging some of the world´s most prestigious shows like at “World Dog shows” in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 , 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and also was judging at the World dogshow 2013 in Budapest, & W D S in Moscow 2016. She judged at many big “European Shows “ and all the European and East European countries. She also judged at the Champion of Champions contests in “ England “, “Finland “, “ Sweden “, “Portugal”, “Ireland “, “Belgium “, “ Switzerland “ and 3 times “ Golden Collar CH.of CH. In Russia” . Recent She was judging “ CH. Of CH. in Australia “ – Brisbane ,She is regularly invited from the Russian Kennel Club judging many times at the biggest Eurasia show, 12 shows in Saint Petersburg and several other shows allover Russia, Siberia and Ukraine. Many of her appointements are taking her often to the 4 diferent Scandinavian countries Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark .
Talking about the other end of the globe, she enjoyed judging in the USA - Malibu, the Australian Melbourne Royal show, also in Brisbane, Sydney ,Canada , Argentina , Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka and had beautiful dog-experiences in Thailand, Japan, Korea, China, Argentina , The Azores, Mongolia, Columbia, Chile, Kenya, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, India, Philippines, South Africa ,etc. etc…
As an active member in many Clubs Monique was the Chairman of "THE ROYAL BELGIAN TERRIER CLUB" since 1987, where she was ViceChairman since 1983.
Among her tasks as being Show-manager of many successful Belgian Top Terrier shows, Monique was also many years in charge of the redaction of the Club´s Magazine.
She created the Scottish Terrier club of Belgium.
In 1998 Monique became President of : "INTERRA – International and world Association of All Terrier-Clubs (FCI)".
In this association Monique organizes symposiums about the Terrier breeds and she is involved with various activities. So far 23 countries are members of "The International Association of All Terrier-Clubs (FCI)". With her team she created the Asian Interra section and the Interra section of the Americans .
Monique Van Brempt's passion and devotion for dogdom keeps her very busy... and to explain it all by her own statement...

I enjoy judging dogs , Dogs love me , and ...  " I LOVE DOGS "

Jean-François Vanaken - Belgia fb-icon

vanakenI borned in a doggy family, my grand parents bred teckels and Belgium shephers. When I was a kid I wanted a poodle 🐩, i showed my first poodle when I was 8 years old. I started to bred, with succès. After the Yorkshires terriers and years laters the Malteses involved my passion. I produced around 200 champions over the world. I became judge 12 years ago, I'm also now very enthusiast about my judgment and so happy to carry on to share the doggy passion with breeders and exhibitors .

Luis Gorjão Henriques - Portugal fb-icon

luisAs a Breeder: “Vale do Criz” kennels since 1982, although the first dog show was in 1979. Owner/breeder of Champions on the breeds Boxer, Portuguese Podengo Small Smooth Hair, Portuguese Pointer, Fox-Terrier (both coats), Parson Russell Terrier and Jack Russell Terrier, with 406 titles achieved at this moment with dogs either bred or owned by me, including several World and European Winners.
Has Judged in the following foreign countries: Australia, Belgium, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Rep., Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Northern Ireland, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland; Ukraine and USA.
Breeds Judged: Group I – All breeds
Group II – All Breeds, Boxer (Specialist)
Group III (Specialist): All Breeds.
Group IV: All Breeds
Group V: All Breeds
Group VII: Portuguese Pointer
Group VIII: Portuguese Water dog, Irish Water Spaniel, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
Year of First Qualification: 1992

Liz-beth C. Liljeqvist - Sweden fb-icon

lizbethJudge since 1994 and today allrounder. I have been judging in a lot of countries and like to come back to Dracula and Romania again.
Together with my husband we are breeding Newfoundland dogs since 30 years and we have also been breeding Siberian Husky and English Bulldogs for each ten years too.
Today we have some newfoundland bitches and one Affenpinscher.
In my civil life I have been working as journalist at the Swedish television for 40 years and as you now understand I am rather old but still going strong.

Maite Gonzalbo - Spain fb-icon

maiteHer first show dog was a Wire Fox Terrier in 1985 and became a Lakeland Terrier and Min. Schnauzer breeder under the affix "DEL SOMNI"
Since 1990 and together with her husband Jesús Pastor they bred Westies, Scottish, Fox Terriers, Cairn, English Cocker and Yorkshire terrier under the affix "ALBORADA". Today they only breed West Highland White and Scottish terriers. Up to date they obtained twenty-seven World Champions and over 800 other titles in 67 different countries.
She's founder member of Associació Canina Unió Cinófila de Catalunya of which she's President since 2000. She's also a member of the General Committee of the Real Sociedad Canina de España since 2002 to 2012.
She's a member of the Club Español de Terriers since 1985 and now member of the committee. Member of the Club Español de Bulldog Ingles and vice president since 2013 to 2015
She's a terrier judge since 2002 and she's judged in Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Slovenia ,Lithuania, Latvia, France, Brazil, Croatia, Romania, Rep. Cze., Portugal, Norway , Hungary, Serbia, Finland ,Russia, Poland, Estonia , Ukraine , Slovaquia, Argentina, Bulgaria, Cyprus , Colombia, Bielorusia, Turquia, Montenegro, Israel, San Marino, Sweden, Denmark, Greece, Puerto Rico, Guatemala ,Luxemburg , South Africa, Ireland, China, Japan and Australia. .
Judge International to the II, III, IV, IX , some another breeds in the FCI link. Judge for Junior Handler and l Best in Show

Angel Sotoca Santos - Spain fb-icon

angelÁngel Sotoca is a Spanish judge who has been successful since 1963
Ángel Sotoca has made champions of dogs of the races:
Mountain of the Pyrenees.
English Setter.
English Cocker
Teckel standar long hair.
Toy poodle.
German shepherd.
Fox Terrier Smooth or straight hair.
In 1967 he specialized in Fox Terrier smooth
In 1989 he became specialist judge of the Fox Terrier breed and later obtained all the group 3 of the FCI, so he can judge all the races that are within this group. Later, the 4th and 9th Group was examined, thus being able to specialize in more races. Ángel Sotoca Santos can also judge the Russian Black Terrier and Best of Show race in groups 3º - 4º - 9º and Best In Show.
Ángel is a judge who judges nationally (within Spain) and internationally. He has judged both in countries of the European Union and in more distant countries such as Russia. He speaks English, French and Spanish. He is a very successful judge International, known by practically all canine societies.

Tatjana Urek - Slovenia fb-icon

urekJudging experience in countries Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Columbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Engeland, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italia, Japan, Kazachstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Macedonia, Montenegro, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine.
Inviting also in: 2019 India and Peru 2020 Brazil and Denmark
I got my first dog, an English cocker spaniel, at 14 years of age. During my study at law faculty I was active in local kennel club in Trbovlje. My regional Club in Trbovlje organized the first national CAC show in 1993 and I am since 2014 the show manager. Sins 2 years I am also show manager from the Slovenian Kennel Club.
I bought my first Shih Tzu in 1989. This bitch was the foundation of my kennel Potala Dalaj Lama. I was successful breeder of Shih Tzu. From my kennel came several champions. After Shih Tzu I was also involved into Little Lion dogs and now I am a breeder of French Bulldogs since 2001. From my kennel came several national and international champions.
I became an international judge in 2000 and I am allowed to judge Groups 7, 8, 9 and 10. I was a long time the President of the breeding committee for Toy breeds and judge for Junior Handling. I was member of the FCI Show and FCI Judges committee and board member from the Slovenian Kennel Club.
Since now I judged in many European countries at International and National shows (including FCI-World Dog shows and FCI European Dog Shows), as well at Champion of Champion shows and many breed specialties and title shows.

Judit Korózs-Papp - Hungary fb-icon

juditI've received my first dog in 1984 as a child. It was a tricolour collie male.
My first litter was born in 1987 and I'm a dog fanciers since then.
I reached great breeding successes with my own bred dogs, and my kennel is acknowledged worldwide. After the collie breeding I started to breed border collies and shelties, then, 14 years ago I started to breed Australian shepherds.
About 60 champion dogs were born in my kennel. Since 2003 I work together with my husband on fox terrier breeding.
I passed my judging exam in 1991 in my very young years.
Since then I've judged on many shows in several countries of the world, also on World- and European Dog Shows, although I haven't increased the number of my breeds, and I judge only English and Australian Sheepdogs, which I breed actively. I'm known as a breed specialist judge. Beside breeding I'm an active exhibitor too.

Korózs Andras - Hungary

koroszI was born in Eger in 1963.
My father was the owner of one of the most prestigious private apiaries in the country for decades, winner of several honours in agriculture.
My mother is a teacher, expert in tourism, head of a travel agency for many years.
Both are great friends of animals, so it has not been a problem for me to live for my favourite pastime „dogs” since my childhood.
I took all steps which led to my commission honestly.
I have bred several breeds, but I have always stuck to my original breed, the Fox Terrier under the prefix „Agria”.
I got my first Fox Terrier from my parents in 1972. After the first lucky wins, I re-evaluated the possibilities of the population in Hungary, and started the real breeding with several imports.
I did not have to wait for the success, Fox Terriers bred by me are respected all over the world today, there is no European or World Show without their outstanding results.
In addition to breeding and competing, I also joined the work of the Hungarian Kennel Club (Magyar Ebtenyésztők Országos Egyesülete – MEOE).
I have been working as the president of the local organisation of MEOE in my own city Eger for several years. At the beginning of the 90s, I was asked to organize a national breed club. I was the president of the Hungária Terrier Club, one of the most influential club of MEOE for 16 years.
I took the judges’ exam in conformation and working in my younger years. I have travelled around the world as a judge, exhibitors in more than 50 countries showed their dogs under my judging.
I think it is a sign of recognition that I have been member of the conformation Judges’ Commettee of MEOE for 16 years, the 4th period.
With my younger brother, Gábor Korózs, we envisaged and have been organizing the international show in Szilvásvárad, the most significant open-air show in Europe in every two years.
I am married, father of two daughters and a son, my wife is Judit Korózs-Papp, also a breeder and judge of international fame.
In June 2006 as an acknowlegement of my cynological work the national general assembly of MEOE elected me as the president of the Kennel Club and I’m still in that post in the 4th period.

Szabo Sandor - Hungary  fb-icon
Since his childhood days, he was an enthusiastic dog owner and he started the career as a dog show judge in his youth.
Sandor Szabo is a successful breeder of Collie Rough and Bearded Collie, and also of Hungarian Vizsla.
His kennel has produced many champions, among which a Collie 'Juniors World Champion'.
Sandor Szabo has presided over the Debrecen Kennel Club for many years and he is an expert in the F.C.I. groups 1, 3, 4 and 7.  

Cristian Stefanescu - Romania fb-icon
cstefanescuSince he was young, there were always dogs in the family. Cristian’s grandfather brought about his general love of dogs as he was a huge dog lover who also offered him his first dog, a small, red spitz type.
Cristian started to breed English Cocker Spaniels in 1988 and this was followed by American Staffordshire Terriers since 2001, Miniature Bull Terriers and very recently Chihuahua with his wife Madalina.
He first went to a dog show in Bucharest in 1981 and it was the decisive moment in his evolution in the canine world! That was when Cristian was “infected” with this virus and he believes that it will never “heal”!
He bred English Cocker Spaniels for 15 years. A lot of Cristian’s breeding received excellent results, both in national and international shows. He has managed to monitor them up to the fourth and fifth generation. Unfortunately, due to judging invitations and commitments, Cristian had to curtail breeding, but continued as a dog owner. It is better to know when to stop rather than do things half-way.
Cristian became an FCI judge in the year 1992 and an all-rounder judge in 2005. He has the approval to judge all FCI recognized breeds and he has had the honour and pleasure to judge in these last years at many major European and World FCI dog shows, and almost all FCI countries around the world.
Since 1988 Cristian was the secretary of the English Cocker Spaniel Club in Bucharest and since 1996 until 2005 he was the General Secretary of the Romanian Kennel Club. Cristian is now the President of the Romanian Kennel Club and Chairman of the Metropolitan Area of Bucharest Kennel Club. He is also member of the FCI Judges Commission, Working Group for FCI Reformation and AKC recognized overseas judge and member of American Dog Shows Judges Association.
Cristian says the most important thing is that you truly love the DOG. If there is this feeling, the rest just comes naturally, with a lot of hard work and lots of passion. A lot of time must be dedicated to study and exemplary behaviour towards exhibitors and the organizers. Each moment of judging brings him a huge responsibility for what he says and does.

Petru Muntean - Romania fb-icon

pmI am a show judge since 1991 but I have joined the Dog World since 1974 when I got my first dog, a Pekingese. During the years I have owned various breeds but my constant love remained the Dachshunds.
In 1986 I became the President of Hunedoara County Kennel Club, and also a member in the Romanian Kennel Club’s board. From these positions, I have organized various shows and many other canine competitions. During 1996-2001, I had the honour of being elected President of the Romanian Kennel Club.
I have been nominated as all-rounder judge in 2005 and, the same year elected as vice-president of Romanian Kennel Club, function I assume until today. As international judge I had the opportunity to judge in more than 50 countries all over the World. All this years I had the pleasure and the honour to judge some important events as European, Asian section shows and World Dog Shows and I consider myself the proud inventor of the most well-known Romanian Dog Show … Dracula Golden Trophy. One of my ambitions was to be able to judge in all F.C.I. official languages to which I can add the Italian, Hungarian and Russian.

Daniela Radu - Romania fb-icon

drArbitru din anul 1986, in prezent arbitrez grupele 4, 7, 8 si 9 si din grupa 1 rasele de Ciobanesti Romanesti.
Membra a A.Ch.R. Timis din anul 1976, an din care am inceput sa cresc English Cocker Spaniel si Dog German.
M-am implicat in activitatea chinologica a asocaitiei Timis din anul 1982, multi ani fiind Secretar de expozitie.
In perioada 1999 -2005 am fost Director de expozitii.
Din anul 2000 lucrez in cadrul Cartii de Origine Romane, iar din anul 2007 ocup functia de Coordonator COR.
Din anul 2007 conduc impreuna cu alti 6 membrii ai A.Ch.R. Timis, destinele asociatiei Timisene , in calitate de Presedinte.
Din anul 2007 fac parte din Consiliul de Conducere al A.Ch. Romana.
In calitate de arbitru am participat la expozitii in Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia si Hertegovina, Rusia, Estonia, Slovacia, Irlanda, Finlanda, Portugalia, Luxemburg, Ungaria, Munte Negru, Spania, Belgia, Ucraina, Estonia.

Marian Draganescu - Romania fb-icon

mdBreeder activity
I entered the world of dog shows in 1998, when I started as a Collie owner and continued as handler and breeder of Saint Bernard.
I've start breeding dachshunds in 2005. In 2007 I have imported a male from Portugal- Pi Da QuintaD'Aroeira, and in 2010 one from Barsil, the male Treis Pinheiros Sunday Silence, which becames in the same year, Res. World Winner and European Winner, where it also has been the Best of Breed. In Cruft's Competition it wons First in Class.
In 2011 arrived in the kennel fom Brasil a new male, Treis Pinheiros Fibonacci, which became European Winner 2012.
Dogs born in my kennel results at major competitions, respectively: Always Early of Karma's Legacy was Junior European Winner in 2009 and Darma of Karma's Legacy was Reserve European Winner 2012, Ford of Karma's Legacy won Junior European Winner 2012, World Winner 2013 and Res. CACIB EW 2013, Omar of Karma's Legacy won Reserve European Winner 2016 and European Winner 2017.
I 've presented dachshunds in many dog shows, including Cruft's, every year, each time getting results and Eukanuba World Challenge.My dogs have been consistently successful around the world,winning many BOB and groups.
Judge Activity
As a judge I have been honored to be invited to judge in International Competitions in Romania and in other countries as Hungary, Finnland, Brasil,Norway, Slovenia, Portugal, Poland, Estonia, Russia, Egypt, Spania, Germany, Austria and to judge the Dachshund National Specialty in Norway, Brasil, Russia, Lithuania, Hungary and Portugal.
I am licensed as FCI international judge for Group I, Group II, Group III , Group IV, Group VII, Group VIII andGroup IX , BOG and BIS

Molnar Zsolt - Romania fb-icon

mzArbitrer u F.C.I. – Gr.I .II .V. X. B.I.S.
Active in chinology since 1975
Owner and breeder of Cocker Spaniel, 22 years of Dobermann and actual owner of Hungarian Shepherd Puli and Kuvasz: Romania Champion
Arbitrer in expos Club, C.A.C. and C.A.C.I.B. Euro and Word Dog scow 18 countries
President of ACHR Satu Mare, ROMANIA since 1989, organizer of successful expos C.A.C. and C.A.C.I.B
1996 – 2000 Vice president of Chinotehnic ACHR
Board member of ACHR for 12 years
Well-equipped vet surgery in Satu Mare, ROMANIA with son

Cristian Domitian Morosanu - Romania fb-icon


Este activ în chinologie din 1988, în calitate de expozant.
Este membru fondator al Asociaţiei Chinologice a Judeţului Suceava (1996).
În perioada 1996-2001, a deţinut funcţia de Secretar al Asociaţiei Chinologice a Judeţului Suceava; în perioada 2001-2002, a deţinut funcţia de Vicepreşedinte al Asociaţiei Chinologice a Judeţului Suceava; din 2002 până în prezent, deţine funcţia de Preşedinte al Asociaţiei Chinologice a Judeţului Suceava.
În perioada 1988-1999, a fost crescător de Ciobănesc Românesc Carpatin.
Din 1999 până în prezent, este crescător de Ciobănesc Belgian Tervueren, sub afixul de crescător ”Automne du Loup”.
A fost coorganizator la prima ediţie a Campionatului Naţional pentru Ciobăneştii Româneşti, Suceava 2007, unde a primit Diploma de Onoare din partea Asociaţiei Chinologice Române.
Prin Decizia nr. 14/05.11.2010 a Consiliului Director al Asociaţiei Chinologice Române, a fost numit membru în Comisia naţională de omologare a raselor autohtone.
În 21 noiembrie 2015, cu ocazia Simpozionului Internațional pentru Ciobăneștii Românești desfășurat la Cluj-Napoca, Asociația Chinologică Română i-a acordat Placheta de merit ”pentru contribuția importantă la omologarea și recunoașterea pe plan internațional a raselor naționale de Ciobănești Românești Carpatin și Mioritic”.
În 28 ianuarie 2017, Asociația Chinologică Română i-a decernat Medalia Aniversară ”90 de ani de la fondarea primei Asociații Chinologice Naționale din România 1927-2017”, ”pentru contribuția la dezvoltarea și propășirea chinologiei din România”.
Este autorul cărţilor: ”Ciobănescul Românesc de Bucovina - trecut şi prezent” (2009), ”Ciobănescul Românesc de Bucovina - monografie în cuvinte şi imagini” (2010), ”Ciobani şi câini din Bucovina de odinioară” (2012), ”Ciobănescul Românesc de Bucovina - referinţe la standardul rasei” (2014) și ”Ciobănescul Românesc Mioritic – monografie” (2017).
În prezent, este arbitru chinolog internaţional cu competențe pentru rasele din Grupa 1 FCI și respectiv Grupa 2 FCI.

Cristian Vantu - Romania fb-icon 
vantu2017There were no dogs in my family until 1985 when I blackmailed my parents to buy me a Spaniel. I was 12 when I got "Bell" and it took us 21 shows to get an “excellent”. Obviously, my dog was the best only that the judges had slightly different opinions :-) Yes, as a child I was a very bad looser but later on I understood that dog shows are mainly opportunities to meet breeders, to make friends, to look, listen and learn. This is how everything started. Ten years later my kennel name was “St. Anne’s” and beside many successful black and goldens I've bred “St.Anne’s Anca the Witch”, one of the top winning and probably the most influential sable English Cocker Spaniels of all time. Meanwhile I was looking after an unapproachable, wild but elegant beauty, the Azawakh. In 2002 I imported the first one in Romania from my good friend the late spanish/ chilean all-rounder Norman Huidobro Corbett. Shortly he was followed by other Azawakhs from France and Germany and then by some very successful litters under my new kennel name: INSOLENS. Since then I breed only Azawakhs. All together, over 30 years, I’ve owned and bred European, International, German, Austrian, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Slovakian, Portuguese, Polish and Romanian champions.

In 1998, at 25, I started judging Spaniels and Sighthounds. At that time I wanted to influence the evolution of the breeds I liked in the way I thought is right. I wanted to put my type over other types. As every youngster I had very strong beliefs which was good but obviously not enough. Thank God I was polished by time and experience. Meanwhile I was involved in Romanian Shepherds at the time we were traveling around the country measuring them and working on the official breed standard. Later, I took Terriers, Retrievers, Dachshunds, Schnauzers and then, year by year, all the other breeds until I became an all-rounder. In the past two decades I judged specialty shows, international all-breed shows and Best in Shows all over Europe.

I wrote several articles about genetics, colour inheritance and morphology of the dog, Azawakh, English Cocker Spaniel and Carpatin Romanian Shepherd breed descriptions for various magazines and for breed club seminars worldwide. I contributed to writing the first Carpatin FCI standard and the new Azawakh FCI standard. As Vice President of the Mures County Kennel Club from 1997 to 2009, I was one of the organisers of the first editions of the, now famous, “Dracula Dog Show”. In 2006, 2015 and 2017 I was awarded the Romanian Kennel Club medal for my contribution to the romanian breeds and to the development of the romanian cynology. In 2017, after 30 years, I was named a honorary member of the Mures Country Kennel Club.

In my private life I am physician living with my wife and daughters here, in Targu-Mures, just around the corner ;-)

Alexandra Palaghie-Jors - Romania fb-icon 

jors alexandra1Having been involved in dogs since my childhood, when I was 13 years old and attended my first dog show with my very first Chow-Chow. It was the start of a dream, to establish my own kennel: Majestic Sandial.  Since that time I have shown my Chow-Chows with success and I am proud to have achieved many Championship titles in different countries, BIS and Group placements, having one of my dogs in Top Ten Dogs of the Year in Romania is a particular highlight. I imported excelent quality Chows from renown kennels, improving the quality of this breed in my country, I also imported the first smooth variety Chow-Chow registered in the Romanian Studbook.  I have been a member of Asociatia Chinologica a jud. Mures since 2005.   I am a National judge of Group V FCI.

Paula Cuschieri - Malta fb-icon

jh1I am Paula Cuschieri and i come from Malta, I’ve been in dog shows for the last 4 years. My family and i breed Brittany Spaniels, English Pointers, Gordon Setters and Italian Greyhounds . I’m also a junior handler , I won the competition in 2017 to compete in Crufts,
I won the competition to go to the Euro Dog Show that was held in Poland 2018 and chosen with TOP 8 from a strong group of junior handlers , i also won BEST IN SHOW JUNIOR HANDLER in the Dracula Dog Show in 2016 and 2018 ☺️ . I also have another hobby, i love dancing , In malta i dance with the kinetic Dance Academy and practice ballet and jazz I’m also a company member in this school which means a lot , For my future i would like to become a professional groomer i am currently going to do a master course on grooming in poland and will eventually open my own shop in malta ☺️ ,but the dogs will always be the most that i love cause they love you unconditionally and the passion in dog shows and handling will always be in my heart

Virag Mester - Hungary fb-icon

jh2My name is Virag Mester. I am 19 years old. I live in Hungary with my parents and our dogs. My mother is breeding bologneses for 18 years. That is how I got addicted to dog shows and I am in the dog world since 2006. After some years I got my first afghan hound in 2014. That is the number one breed for me. Then our family decided to get a hungarian breed for ourselves and we chose a pumi. And since 2016 I have basenji girl in my family as well. The first time I took part in junior handling was in 2010, since that I won multiple placements, got shortlisted in WDS competitions and on my last JH competition on the World Dog Show in Liepzig I won the 1st place representing Hungary. Since that I am not taking part on JH competitions but I really take care of the talent of youngsters.



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