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Cliff's Bravo

Postby NarysDad » Mon May 24, 2010 8:09 pm

(Cliff asked me to post this)

I got a nice compliment on pup I bred earlier this year. Owner emailed me that Bravo had gone VP-1 in the Southeast Regional Conformation show in 9 to 12 puppy class. Bravo is a black sable out of Picasso Traho and Bora ze Svobodneho Dvora. This pup is in Kentucky in training for his Sch title and the owner thought he would put him in the show to see how he would do. Not bad for working dog as European conformation shows tend to only put up Black and Reds in top spot. :roll: :roll: The owner emailed me yesterday, so I felt like that was a nice compliment

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Re: Cliff's Bravo

Postby Barbara » Thu May 27, 2010 5:31 am

Very nice!!! and way too go!!!

Cliff nice breeding and well done on the structure
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Re: Cliff's Bravo

Postby cliftonanderson » Thu May 27, 2010 6:31 am

Thanks Barbara,
He is a nice pup and I hope the owner takes him to his Sch three as that is his goal. We actually have a pup in the club here with better structure out of Picasso and my Tom z PS daughter. This boy is 6 months and has that Frankie Anrebri type with good drives. I appreciate your comments as I know you like the total dog!!
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Re: Cliff's Bravo

Postby Quirinus » Thu May 27, 2010 11:26 am

Way to go!
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Re: Cliff's Bravo

Postby Barbara » Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:46 pm

Frankie Anrebri is a nice dog/good working dog AND producer of working dogs but I don't like a lot of the stacks I see of him, Personally. I preferr a more "natural stack (see on you pup) then the "droped butts" that they put him in.

Yes, I know it all depend on the stacker and the dogs body. I personally can show you four totally different stacks on my male depending on how my daughter stacks him for show. Again it just depends on what you like and where you are showing.

But you male I would take over a "drop butt" any day!!!!!

He has a year of filling out which will give him more of the fuller body. Head should widen some too, nice wide base muzzle on him, good eye shape and color (sun light is lighten them up some), very nice chest on him with STRONG pastern !!!! not a overly tall dog about 26-27 inch a good size. Working shoulder not to straight like some I have seen (should have a nice reach on him while graiting)with a tight firm back a short croup (typical of the working dog, high tail set (again typical) nice long tail not a club one. Very nice rich pigment.

Do you have any videos of his movement? What is his pedigree?
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Re: Cliff's Bravo

Postby blackdogsnellie » Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:12 pm

One stunning pup, well done :)
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