Many Greydove Weimaraners, when given the opportunity, have shown their natural ability to perform in the field as well as in the show ring. Two of the dogs photographed below have achieved All Breeds Best in Show wins in their respective countries (Sweden and South Africa) whilst at the same time proving they have the natural ability in the field to perform what is innate in the breed – hunting, retrieving and tracking.
Pictured on this page are a photos of some of our dogs showing their natural abilities. Dual Ch Greydove Desert Storm (Sth Africa), SV CH Greydove Nordic Liaison (Sweden), Nordic Winner Greydove French Affair (Sweden), Greydove Hot Summer Nite (Sweden), Junior Winner Greydove At Flanders Joy (Belgium), Polish CH Greydove At Fala Lovea (Poland).
Congratulations to our latest Dual Champion (Tracking)
Dual Ch (T) Greydove Uptown Girl ET CCD
News from Belguim to start 2008
Multi Titled Greydove At Flanders Joy
Ginger participated in 2007 at the course of practical hunting.
This course is spread over 2 years. Young dogs need to do first year.
This is an official course of St. Hubertus association Flanders, a hunters organisation.
This first year, 22 dogs started the course, open for all kind of gundogs.
Only 7 got a diploma at the end, others didn't succeeded or
just didn't had the time to follow the course that long period.
So these are Ginger's result :
1st place with max. points: 130/130 !!
tracking 75/250m with hare: 15/15
steuberen (water) on order: 5/5
steuberen duck: 5/5
retreive duck on top of water: 5/5
general nosework: 10/10
surching the field/rough vegitation: 10/10
pointing, minimum 15 seconds: 15/15
retreive pheasant: 5/5
retreive duck: 5/5
retreive hare: 5/5
command "go" in the woods: 5/5
command "over" deep water: 10/10
command "go" open field: 5/5
stay on shot at the other side of water: 10/10
general workingmethod handler: 5/5
stay in car without handler: 10/10