30 November 2004
Arany Mezo Burny of Elmsal (imp) X Leiborschy Gwangiu
Leiborschy Zeera Daisy, nicknamed The Pocket Rocket is a turbo charged puppy who started life in Warwickshire before moving to Norfolk in 2010 with Floyd the Min Poodle and Millie the cat. Years of research, visits to Discover Dogs and waiting have finally resulted in Daisy, a very pretty puppy, joining her new owners.
Leiborschy Melek. After a very long, patient wait Melek is exactly what his owner has waited for and has finally arrived in Bedfordshire. A serious convert to the breed, Melek's owner will partner him to work with a Red Tail Hawk. Melek has attended several working training days and at his first show, East Anglian Gundog in October 2005 was awarded Puppy Group 4, a marvellous result. Melek qualified for Crufts 2007 at Crufts 2006 winning SJ Dog and Crufts 2008 by winning Post Graduate Dog at Crufts 2007. He is hip scored and has sired his first litter of 8 dogs and 2 bitches to Silvanus Scarlett O Hara of Ayita born 8th August 2006.
"Nice 16month old dog of good proportion and balance, masculine without coarseness, in lovely coat, strong, just lacking finish in body but I am sure will mature nicely"
Judge Gary Scobell East Anglian Gundog April 2006
"First time I have seen this youngster and it brought a smile to my face when I looked up its breeding.1 and 2 both caught my eye with Melek having the edge in overall appearance and movement. Cracking head giving a perfect example of the "square like appearance". Good bone, excellent front and coat. Good depth of chest, moved well holding topline. Interesting to watch this ones show career as he matures although I understand his priority is in the field"
1st Special Junior Dog
Judge Lt Col KK Bingham Crufts 2006
Leiborschy Jago. A Northamptonshire village better watch out as Jago, a complete live wire, takes up residence with three excited children and Henry, the Sprocker. Isnt he gorgeous? Jago has attended his first working training day.
Leiborschy Ochre.The most calm, placid and thoughtful of puppies when she was with us, Ochre is named after her owners favourite wine and resides in Devon. After a very patient wait for her, she begins training to stalk Deer locally and provide constant companionship for her very smitten owners and Bramble the Patterdale Terrier.
"coat of beautiful rich colour and good texture, lovely neck and front on this bitch, standing and on the move looked a picture BB"
Best Rare Breeds
Judge Karina Le Mare Southern Counties June 2009
"4 year old bitch with lively intelligent expression, well shaped head with good ear set. Good scissor bite. Nice shaped body with a good topline. Strongly developed deep chest. Excellent coat and moved on well muscled legs with plenty of drive BOB G3"
Judge Hugh Sidebottom Exeter County CS September 2009
"Delightful Wirehaired Vizsla bitch, just fell for this one, correct angulation fore and aft, good shoulders and topline, looked really well in profile and really flowed around the ring to take BAVNSC"
Judge Angela Morgan Royal Bath and West June 2008
" Looking at the line up she wouldnt be an obvious choice. However she is v well constructed and moved with ease covering her ground well. Pleasing head with the darkest eye, clean neck and well assembled front. Her chest reached her elbow and she has a good powerful rear end. The only thing lacking was quantity of coat, the texture was there but it needed more length to it and a bit more in the face furnishings dept."
Judge Rachel Thompson Three Counties June 2007
"Nice head, eye and expression. Good bone and fore bone. Moved Nicely"
Best of Breed.
"Nice size & very feminine, bouncy and full of herself, good head shape, nice conformation, just needs to grow more coat"1st Puppy Bitch
Judge Zena Thorn Andrews Paignton Ch Show July 2005
Leiborschy Zala.After many years of owning Afghans Zala's knowledgeable new owners have found that the HWV is a very special breed and that Zala is a very special puppy and doesn't she know it? Zala will love the long walks on Norfolk beaches that lay ahead for her.
Leiborschy Idő of Vorosarkany.Life for two Hungarian Vizslak girls, Kayla and Chloe will never be the same as Idő, a very handsome boy, moves to North Yorks. Idő has attended several working training days and has started his show career with some marvellous results, has qualified for Crufts 2007 and has had a Reserve Best Dog at Ch show level at only 7 months old. He took his first Ch show Best of Breed at 21 months. Ido was awarded The Kennel Club Good Citizen Bronze Award in February and his Silver in April 2006. Idő Has been hip scored. Idő's first litter to Riannor Odiszea was born in June 2006.
Idő HWVA Top Puppy Dog and Top Puppy 2005/06
"Upstanding dog of good overall conformation. Pleasing head and eye. Excellent muscle tone throughout. Very sound on the move with good reach and drive"
Best NSC Gundog
Judge David Shields Hartlepool CS October 2006
"Larger type, enthusiastic showman with constantly wagging tail and excellent harsh coat. A steady, accurate mover with well set tail and carriage tail. Handsome, masculine head. Just a little extra weight would benefit his impulsion and drive"
Judge Jane Lilley Hillsboro October 2006
"strong upstanding dog with lovely head and superb coat. As with the earlier class winner would like a shade more length of body compared to height .Lovely strong bone, good feet, good width of thighs"
Judge Christine McDonald Driffield October 2006
"20 mnth old d, excellent jacket, good forechest, well angulated fore & aft, a trifle on the tall side. Correct mouth, correct Vizsla head with good stop, plenty of furnishing without being overdone. Moved well, overall a pleasing d to look"
Judge Pat Baker HWVA Open Show September 2006
"Liked this young dog sound construction and flowing movement, lost out in challenge on maturity, one for the future, will watch with interest. Not in best jacket but good head, lovely neck, shoulders and front, feet and bone correct, stifle OK"
Reserve Best Dog
Judge Sara Barnard Darlington Sept 2006
"quality dog, shown and handled well, strongly made, excellent shape & make, great head and expression, sound construction, sound mover, excellent topline, tailset and carriage, great coat texture & quality"
Best of Breed
Judge R Besoff SKC August 2006
"close decision. Well built, nice head and front, good chest and rear, excellent movement"
Judge Rob Suchett Kaye National Gundog August 2006
"still to mature in brisket, good outline & reach of neck, well set tail, good shoulders and hindquarters, moved with ground covering, gait, expressive head with thin leathers and squared off nose"
Judge S Bardwell Leeds Ch Show July 2006
""from a larger mould, well constructed throughout, excellent front, pleasing head & eye, strong well angulated hindquarters, moved soundly. Not in such good coat"
Judge Penny Williams Blackpool Ch Show June 2006
"dog with good masculine head and harsh close fitting coat, excellent topline, tailset and carriage, can still deepen a touch through the heart. Very good mover covering ground with good drive behind, in hard condition. Happy character. Most impressive
1st AV NSC Yearling
Judge Jane Lilley Crowle June 2006
"of good type and smart appearance, strong well proportioned body with deep chest, level back, well shaped head with large ears, expressive eye and outlook. Good muscled quarters and coat of good wiry texture. Good strong driving movement."
2nd PG Dog Rare Breeds
Judge J. Outterside Blackpool June 2006
"pleasant male with good turn of stifle, moved with ease, good amount of coat and much to like"
Best of Breed
Judge Jenny Fairhall North Riding GDC May 2006
" Good young dog with a promising future, in good condition, typical of the breed"
Judge Tony Coopland Sheffield and DCS March 2006
" Lovely classy dog. Good lines. Nice head and eye. Very strong quarters. Moved and showed well"
Best NSC Gundog
Judge J Atkinson Whitley Bay Canine March 2006
"Lovely young dog of 10 months. Well laid shoulder and good turn of stifle. Pleasing head and expression with correct coat texture"
Judge Teresa A'len Mid Herts Gundog November 2005
"Only a youngster, will need time to mature and needs to be steadier on the move. Nice head and good reach of neck. Sufficient body for age"
Puppy Group 4
Judge Tom Graham North Allerton November 2005
"strong 10 months dog in good condition, good head, neck and shoulders, good bone throughout, strong hindquarters. Would like to see more weight on him."
Judge Val Grant East Anglian Gundog Oct 2005
"upstanding male, nice head, good neck and shoulders, very good front, plenty of scope, needs to mature all round. Moved OK"
Judge K Thornton Leeds Ch Show July 2005
"smashing puppy, so sound in front, lovely head and ears, strong bone and big thick pads, correct body shape and angles in rear, good mover for age. Just needs to widen across the quarters going away, typical coat in lovely body for 7 months"
Best Puppy, Reserve Best Dog
Judge Zena Thorn Andrews Paignton Ch Show July 2005
" well balanced with good angulation, good reach of neck, well sprung ribs with depth, moved very well, lovely head and expression"
Best Puppy NSC , Puppy Group 4
Judge E J Walker Lanchester 2005
"happy young male who moved very collectedly, soundly constructed, good amount of bone, just needs to drop in brisket. Pleasing lean head with kind, happy expression, good harsh coat." Best Puppy in Breed, Res Best of Breed
Judge Marilyn Chant Dukeries Gundog July 2005
" 8 months old HWV, typical outlook. Pleasing head, eye and expression, well developed thighs, reasonably low hock, carried himself well when moving, retaining good outline." Best Puppy NSC
Judge Ellis Hulme East of England 2005
"a promising puppy with good head and neck, angulation fore and aft. Very good on the move for one so young with time on his side"
1st AV HPR Puppy
Judge Di Arrowsmith (Fleetapple) Grimsby and D CS June 2005
Leiborschy Jola. Certainly is her Grandma Nona's Grandaughter, Jola starts a wonderful new life in Surrey with three grown up, but nevertheless very excited children. Jola will be a regular visitor to her Aunt, Leiborschy Mirtha in Devon.
Leiborschy ReskiAfter a year long wait for his owners Ripley leaves us for a new life in Kent. The "Thinker" of the litter and such a wonderful puppy, he will show his new owners not only the joy of owning a dog but just how special this breed really is. Photos show Ripley recently enjoying a holiday in the Scilly Isles. Although is not regularly shown Ripley qualified for Crufts 2006 at his first show taking Second in Puppy Dog at Darlington Championship Show.
"Another promising youngster, so many exciting babies it bodes well for the breed. Liked his lively, intelligent expression, correct head type. Body of good proportions. Good extension on the move".
Darlington Championship Show 2005 Judge Marion McAngus