1955 Sieger
VA Alf v. Nordfelsen SchH III

1955 German Sgr. Alf v. Nordfelsen SchH III
SZ# 739163
Breeder:  F. Schenk; Dortmund-Mengede
Born: July 23rd, 1949








Immo v. Hasenfang




Axel von der Deininghauserheide




Helma v. Hildegardsheim SchH III


Alf v. Nordfelsen SchH III




Amor v Wappen Bucholt SchH III




Carin v. Bombergachen Park SchH II






Bella v Haus Trippe SchH I



Most Important Progeny:

  • VA Veus von der Starrenburg

  • V Asta vom Haus Hülsmann

  • V Welle von der Starrenburg

  • V Berta vom Lorscher Sand

  • V Jonny von der Riedperle

  • V Lido vom Elbbachtal

  • V Kuno vom Haus Geltinger

  • V Giba vom Stüveschacht

  • V Flora vom Kainhorst

  • V Volker vom Tempelblick

  • V Held vom Haus Elkemann

  • V Alf von der Rammelbeke

  • V Quiste von der Hessischen Grenze

  • Quiata von der Hessischen Grenze

  • Melitta von der Starrenburg

  • Alf vom Heckborn

  • Bär von der Abtsburg

  • Vresko von der Starrenburg

  • Bella vom Schloß Friedenstein

  • Iko von der Ueckermühle

  • Elfi vom Schneiderkopf

  • Wacker vom Haus Einsiedel

  • Benno vom Bergertor

  • Hexe von der Wallenstein-Eiche

  • Anka vom Maiersgründchen

  • Kascha vom Osnabrücker Land

  • Sonja von der Barnberger Höhle

  • Kyra vom Bauersdamm

  • Wache vom Maschtor

  • Dasso vom Elfenhain

  • Donar vom Elfenhain

  • Caret vom Elfenhain

  • Inda vom Elfenhain

  • Jule von der Riedperle

  • Queen vom Wickrather Schloß

  • Jola aus der Kückstraße

  • Harda vom Elbbachtal

  • Harras vom Elbbachtal

  • Ch Alf vom Loherfeld

  • Ch Waldenmark's Mona

  • Ch Waldenmark's Mariza

  • Ch Estor vom Schwanbergsblick



 

Koer Report, August 26th, 1951

"Linebreeding on Gockel von Bern (5-5). Large, strong, long male with slightly yielding back, good angulation, confident, fearless.  Heavy and substantial.  Height 25.2 inches, weight 88 pounds.  Color: Tan with black saddle.  Not suitable for large bitches or bitches with weak backs."

 




"… is very highly thought of in Germany, he gave generally to the best of his progeny nobility, true, cry working type, excellent temperament and trainability, and a shoulder that lacks the desired angulation together with a lack of forechest, or a forechest that takes a long time to develop. These were Alf’s own faults, too. When first brought out he could make no higher than a “G” or good rating in the sieger show but as the years passed, his front filled and developed and he finally became German Sieger in 1955. The type that comes from Alf is very uniform and, like beautiful and natural movement despite any lack in the front assembly.

Alf was a dog with plenty of leg length and hence corrective to Rolf v. Osnabrucker Land lines, but like them he was well constructed in shoulder without exceptional hindquarters or croup. He gave some dental problems and the inevitable cryptorchid ."

-Author Unknown


 

 

 

 




"Alf was a son of Axel von der Deinghauserheide, a hard working sound, and well-balanced representative. He was five years old at the time, a slow developer. Alf was rated as only VERY GOOD the year before, so do we have a change in direction? From appearance he was a little leggy but at that time they were talking about long running gear. He also had the ability to move out like a herding dog, in seeming perpetual motion. He was reminiscent of the old Hettel blood. The S.V. did not have objections to closing up through Alf on Nestor."

~Garrett Gordon
Author of German Shepherd Dog History
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