How To Present A Winner
To Present A Winner follows the previous article, “How
A Winner Is Made” which brings to light
those outstanding qualities that are sought after in a successful
proper presentation of an exhibit showcases those outstanding qualities
that were bred into an individual.
The two go hand in hand in achieving that winning record that all aspire
Great looking dogs that are made to standout with the absolute best
The following photos illustrate the
below shows the proper sequence for a Judge's examination.
The Setup between the posts (dog's front legs and rear legs) creates
a perfect outline for the judge to see a side stack, usually the
judge is looking at the side view of the dog first before coming in
for the exam..
prefect "10" Frontal Setup as the judge stands out in front of the
dog and handler.
and face expression as the judge nears using Focus Mode
Perfect timing release with judge right in front of dog
Proper position as judge examines head.
As the beer
commercial states, "It doesn't get any better than this'!
works her magic with Chambrays And The Beat Goes On (Cher), handling her
the prestigious Bred By Exhibitor Class. This is at the Weirsdale Fl.
Dog Shows on Nov 07, 2010.
They team to a Winners Bitch for 2 points for a total of 13 points and 1
shows combination "free style" and "hand's on" handling.
#1 This is a
timing with Judge on a Toe-To-Toe Stance
perfect timing for the Judge
#4 Side By
Side with Focusing
the first 2 photos
are with Cher and the 3rd and 4th are with Chambrays Sunny Daze as
he wins Winners Dog on the following day in Weirsdale with Jessie
Cher is a 6th generation Chambray-bred dog.
Sunny is a 3rd generation Chambray-bred outcross dog.
Both Sunny & Cher
are owned by Labrador Owners Community partners
Mary and Bob Jakeway of Tarpon Springs Fl.
Mary seen below on
left, with partners Debra Richmond of Vero Beach who owns Chambrays
and Chambrays Codi and Jen Hupert of Jacksonville Fl who owns Chambrays
Labradors & the Labrador Owners Community working together
Raising the Bar One Generation at a Time for the Betterment of the
"It really doesn't
get any better than this!"
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