2008 Grand Victrix Hiena Gomez


2008 GVX Hiena Gomez

Breeder: Raul & Miguel Gomez
Owner: Raul & Miguel Ramos & Carlos Arguimbau
DOB: May 24th, 2006

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2008 GVX Hiena Gomez
Olympia Gomez

GSDC of America --- November 7 2008 --- Open Bitch

"This bitch is spectacular. One of the most beautiful and correct bitches I have ever judged. I just love her style. She is very elegant and so close to the standard. She is a small dark sable with great secondary sex characteristics. She has a beautiful head piece, nice strong ears, beautiful neck and topline. Her proportions are excellent. She is not extreme in angulation but is very well balanced in structure as it should be. She is short coupled and has a great shoulder and nice turn of stifle. She is a spectacular side gaiter, reaching close to the ground with a good follow through behind. She could mover all day long at any speed without effort. She gave me goose bumps watching her going so easy around the ring. She is clean coming and going and she displayed a sound temperament. Went on to be my Winners Bitch and was awarded Grand Victrix by Judge Helen Gleason."

~ Michel Chaloux


GSDC of America --- November 8, 2008 --- Grand Victrix

"This young 2 1/2 your old female is as close to the written standard as any female I have ever judged. A dark grey sable with excellent character--confident, noble and expressive. She has a strong head, complete dentition, scissors bite, dark almond eyes. Her pigment is excellent and her coat is correct. Normal size, normal proportions, substantial strong bones and her body is well developed. She moved with a firm straight aback, has a croup of normal length and her tail is correctly laid on. Her legs are strong and straight in front with excellent feet and pasterns and very dark nail color, she stands correctly in the rear and moves soundly both coming and going with firm ligamentation and tight elbows. Her movement is breathtaking with excellent front reach and rear drive. She is a short coupled, balanced female who gives the impression that she would be able to work all day. Liz did a magnificent job of always guiding her around the ring on a loose lead. She never raced, always trotted; I believe she could easily perform any of the tasks for which the German Shepherd Dog is bred."

~ Helen Gleason