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GSDC of America---2000---Open Dog
"A picture posed, this dog was as harmonious in movement. A dark black and tan, he held his beautiful outline on a slightly tight or a loose lead. No wasted steps here, he was poised and confident with a strong head and arched neck carriage. Clean coming and going on good firm feet and pasterns. A short hard back and correct prosternum and ribbing. Masculine, with nice bone and a smooth efficient croup line and short proper hocks."
~ Joan Fox
GSDC of Washington State--May 13, 2001---Winners Dog & Best of Breed
"Sound, stallion male, with attractive headpiece and expression, oozing nobility. A perfect topline, lovely forefront, and well-muscled thigh. Good layback of shoulder attached by powerful drive in the rear, great attitude.."
GSDC of America---November 6th, 2001---Best Opposite Sex in Maturity
"The four finalists competing for Matuirty
Victor were Ch. Weicho's Taj Mahal, Ch. Marquin's Xtra! Xtra!, Ch. Lindenhill's
Hayabusa, and GV Ch. Survival's Tuff Decision. Champions, Selects
and the Canadian and American Grand Victor, just how much fun was this?
~Mr. Lew Bunch
GSDC of America---November 10th, 2001---Select #8
"A very nice, well-pigmented dog. Good sized and handsome. Well proportioned with an attractive outline. He is a brother to the Grand Victrix and to the third Open dog. He was also the Maturity Victor at the National. He moves well but I would like a little more forehand. This is a high quality animal from what apparently was an outstanding litter."
~Mr. Jack Newton
GSDC of America---October 19th, 2002---Select #2
"Another masculine well-formed black
and tan showing a beautiful picture when posed. He is a good coordinated
side mover both loose and tight, has a firm back, and is clean down and
back. I would prefer a touch more front and more front extension."
GSDC of America --- October 2003 --- Select #3
~ Dave Rinke
2009 Register of Merit Sire