This weekend were signed the foundation of the World Association Hungarian Pastoral Breeds, try to collect the Hungarian breeds enthusiast worldwide.
Komarom is in Western-Hungary, about 100 kilometres from Budapest, and from Bratislava, and about 140 km from Vienna.
The big Hungarian show event’s traditional area is the yard of the Komarom Fortress, there was the 3 days, 3 shows weekend, 4-5-6 of Oct, closing with the Hungarian DERBY Show. Friday and Saturday were normal Intl Shows, the Sunday was the DERBY show, what give a special prize for the dogs, for the DERBY Winner title compete all, in the previous year born dog (each sexes), so a dog can win this title only once in his lifetime. Over the DERBY title, on this weekend, if a dog won CAC every day, with this 3 CAC could get the Hungarian CH title.
Friday were 1627, Saturday 1952, Sunday 1835 entries, the second day was one of the biggest entry shows in Hungary, this year. There were a lot of foreign exhibitors, near all countries from Europe, but especially now, from Eastern-Europe.
Saturday the best Hungarian breed specialist judges were judging of the special show for the Hungarian Pastoral dog breeds, and Sunday an agility competition for them. On the special show were 170 entries from 5 breeds, on the agility competition about 30 dogs, mostly Mudis, Pumis, but were there 1 Kuvasz, too. It was the first World Meeting, so was not too much from foreign countries, hope in the future will more international.
The Friday Group winners were Austral Sheperd, Bullmastiff, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Wire Dachshund, Pomeranian, Basset Hound, Irish Setter, Cocker Spaniel, Petit Brabancon, Magyar Agar. The BIS was Athos Zvezdnyj Alians Petit Brabancon, bred and owned by Tatiana Nesterenko (U). BIS 2 Vivaldi Zlamany Szelag Wire Dachshund owned by Weronika Warwrzynyak (PL). BIS 3 Illa-Berek Csutora Magyar Agár, owned by Papp Judit and Oláh Gábor (H).
Saturday was the Hungarian Pastoral dog Breeds Show, the BIS was a Black Puli Fekete Sereg Gréti owned by Szabóné Iványi Katalin (H), the resBIS was a Kuvasz, 3rd White Puli. The Group Winners were Black Puli, Newfoundland, Jack Russel Terrier, Wire Dachshund, Xoloitzcuintle Standard, Basset Hound, German Shorthaired Pointer, Springer Spaniel, Papillon, Magyar Agar. The Saturday BIS was the German Shorthaired Pointer Edelhof Venandi Vikig, owned by Dydak Marlena, Alicija Pazdzierkiewicz (PL). BIS 2 was Forever Long Ears Super Mario basset hound, bred and owned by Lakatos Lívia (H). BIS 3 was Colonia Xtravaganza Aldo Xoloitzcuintle Standard, bred and owned by Herczeg Beáta (H).
Sunday winners were Schipperke, Cane Corso , American Staffordshire Terrier, Smoot Min Dachshund, Basenji, Dalmatian, German Shorthaired Pointer Flat Coated Retriever, Papillon, Magyar Agár. Because the DERBY is very important, that days was not Junior BIS but was a DERBY BIS, won by a Pointer, Sáregresi Magnetic bred and owned by Gyárfás Marianne (H). DERBY BIS 2 was Mini Golf Rumli Smooth Min Dachshund, bred by Jakkel Tamás, owned by Lakatos Lívia, Kiss Szabolcs (H). DERBY BIS 3 was Ludas Matyi Nyilas Black Puli, bred and owned by Antal Ferenc (H).
The BIS judged by Tamas Jakkel, he gave the BIS to the Basenji, Bahaticca's Jungle Edition bred and owned by Alicija Pazdzierkiewicz (PL). BIS 2 Kurakuma Dark Star S Suscheevki Schipperke, o. A Korovina (RUS). BIS 3 Blumingsdale World's Finest Comics Dalmatian, o. Nenad Devic (SRB).