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Ilaria Biondi de Ciabatti(Peru)

Tiina Taulos (Finland)

Janusz Opara(Poland)

Szabó Sándor(Hungary)

Jørgen Hindse(Denmark)

Helen Skliarova(Ukraina)

Denis Kuzelj (Slovenia)

Ozan Belkis (Turkey)

Vojislav Al Daghistani(Serbia)

Anca Diana Giura(Romania)

Petru Muntean(Romania)

Cristian Vântu (Romania)

Lokodi Csaba-Zsolt (Romania)

Molnár Zsolt (Romania)

Roberto Schill (Romania)

Cătălin Ionete (Romania)


 


Ilaria Biondi de Ciabatti- Peru fb-icon


Tiina Taulos - Finland fb-icon


Janusz Opara - Poland fb-icon


  Szabo Sandor - Hungary  fb-icon

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Since his childhood days, he was an enthusiastic dog owner and he started the career as a dog show judge in his youth.
Sandor Szabo is a successful breeder of Collie Rough and Bearded Collie, and also of Hungarian Vizsla.
His kennel has produced many champions, among which a Collie 'Juniors World Champion'.
Sandor Szabo has presided over the Debrecen Kennel Club for many years and he is an expert in the F.C.I. groups 1, 3, 4 and 7. 

Jørgen Hindse - Denmark fb-icon


Helen Skliarova - Ukraina fb-icon


Denis Kuzelj - Slovenia fb-icon


Ozan Belkıs - Turkey  fb-icon
ozan Mr. Ozan Belkıs, born in 1968, lived already as a kid between breeds like Basset Hound, Airedale Terrier or Great Dane.
He was the first Turkish exhibitor showing his dogs at international level and at World or European Dog shows.
Ozan Belkis is one of the proud founders and since 2008 he is the Vice-president of the Turkish Kennel Club.
One of his big passions in kinology is to breed Miniature Schnauzer and Black Russian Terrier and Cane Corso.
Ozan Belkis is the President of the Turkish Kennel Club.

Vojislav Al Daghistani - Serbia fb-icon


Anca Diana Giura - Romania fb-icon
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I am an artist and visual art teacher in a high school of art. Most of my paintings and drawings represent dogs and horses.
I used to bred dachshunds, but now, unfortunately, I don't have enough time and space, but I always have and will have at least one dog with me.
I am a member of the Romanian Kennel Club since 1976.
I started judging 32 years ago and I remember that I was the youngest judge in my country (I was only 21 years old ! )
For many years I judged only the 4,6,7,8 and 10 groups. Then, little by little, I started judging the others groups too. 30 years after, I thought that time has come to take the big responsibility of an all rounder judge. So, since 2011 I am an all rounder judge.
I have judged in many countries: Finland, France, Italy, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Letonia, Lituania, Holland, Denmark, Russia, Malta, Greece, Ciprus, Japan, Turkey, Czech Republic, Portugal, Ireland, Switzerland, etc.
I speak english, french and italian.


Petru Muntean - Romania fb-icon

pmI am a show judge since 1991 but I have joined the Dog World since 1974 when I got my first dog, a Pekingese. During the years I have owned various breeds but my constant love remained the Dachshunds.
In 1986 I became the President of Hunedoara County Kennel Club, and also a member in the Romanian Kennel Club’s board. From these positions, I have organized various shows and many other canine competitions. During 1996-2001, I had the honour of being elected President of the Romanian Kennel Club.
I have been nominated as all-rounder judge in 2005 and, the same year elected as vice-president of Romanian Kennel Club, function I assume until today. As international judge I had the opportunity to judge in more than 50 countries all over the World. All this years I had the pleasure and the honour to judge some important events as European, Asian section shows and World Dog Shows and I consider myself the proud inventor of the most well-known Romanian Dog Show … Dracula Golden Trophy. One of my ambitions was to be able to judge in all F.C.I. official languages to which I can add the Italian, Hungarian and Russian.
 
Cristian Vantu - Romania fb-icon 
vantu2017There were no dogs in my family until 1985 when I blackmailed my parents to buy me a Spaniel. I was 12 when I got "Bell" and it took us 21 shows to get an “excellent”. Obviously, my dog was the best only that the judges had slightly different opinions :- Yes, as a child I was a very bad looser but later on I understood that dog shows are mainly opportunities to meet breeders, to make friends, to look, listen and learn. This is how everything started. Ten years later my kennel name was “St. Anne’s” and beside many successful black and goldens I've bred “St.Anne’s Anca the Witch”, one of the top winning and probably the most influential sable English Cocker Spaniels of all time. Meanwhile I was looking after an unapproachable, wild but elegant beauty, the Azawakh. In 2002 I imported the first one in Romania from my good friend the late spanish/ chilean all-rounder Norman Huidobro Corbett. Shortly he was followed by other Azawakhs from France and Germany and then by some very successful litters under my new kennel name: INSOLENS. Since then I breed only Azawakhs. All together, over 30 years, I’ve owned and bred European, International, German, Austrian, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Slovakian, Portuguese, Polish and Romanian champions.

In 1998, at 25, I started judging Spaniels and Sighthounds. At that time I wanted to influence the evolution of the breeds I liked in the way I thought is right. I wanted to put my type over other types. As every youngster I had very strong beliefs which was good but obviously not enough. Thank God I was polished by time and experience. Meanwhile I was involved in Romanian Shepherds at the time we were traveling around the country measuring them and working on the official breed standard. Later, I took Terriers, Retrievers, Dachshunds, Schnauzers and then, year by year, all the other breeds until I became an all-rounder. In the past two decades I judged specialty shows, international all-breed shows and Best in Shows all over Europe.

I wrote several articles about genetics, colour inheritance and morphology of the dog, Azawakh, English Cocker Spaniel and Carpatin Romanian Shepherd breed descriptions for various magazines and for breed club seminars worldwide. I contributed to writing the first Carpatin FCI standard and the new Azawakh FCI standard. As Vice President of the Mures County Kennel Club from 1997 to 2009, I was one of the organisers of the first editions of the, now famous, “Dracula Dog Show”. In 2006, 2015 and 2017 I was awarded the Romanian Kennel Club medal for my contribution to the romanian breeds and to the development of the romanian cynology. In 2017, after 30 years, I was named a honorary member of the Mures Country Kennel Club.

In my private life I am physician living with my wife and daughters here, in Targu-Mures, just around the corner ;-)


 Lokodi Csaba Zsolt - Romania fb-icon

zsoltBreeding & showing
As a child I was surrounded by dogs as my parents have been breeding Hungarian Puli since 1973. However, I did not maintain the family tradition in breeding Hungarian Puli and I purchased my first Airedale Terrier in the middle of the1980’s, a breed I admired whenever I caught sight of them at the dog shows of the 80’s. Thus, in 1988 I founded my own kennel under the name of “Nyaradmenti” and later I changed to “Happytails1988.ro”. As years passed, Airedale Terriers were followed by Wirehaired Dachshunds at the beginning of 1989, and in 1990 I imported the first Welsh Terrier in Romania. Unfortunately at the beginning of the 90’s the quality of Airedale Terriers in our country was so low that even the imported males could not improve the breed. So in the middle of the 90’s I imported a few females from different bloodlines from Hungary, Belgium, Poland, Germany and also from the USA the famous male Am Ch Terrydale HK Shaireab Online (the Montgomery sweepstakes winner in 1999 {78 entries}). The quality of the Welsh Terriers produced in my kennel (1990-2010) was showing an ascending tendency towards modern lines. The famous names in the breed in that period (many world& European winners) can be found in all the pedigrees of Welsh Terriers born in Romania. I kept a Wirehaired Dachshund as a family dog, that is why I had few litters, but all of very good quality, marking the breed in Romania. Here I’d like to mention the father of the BOB in the 2003 Poznan European Dog Show. At the moment we breed and show Miniature Wirehaired Dachshunds and Airedale Terriers, selecting and promoting very carefully the quality of our bloodline combining it with quality dogs from all over the world. The Champion quality results at the above mentioned 3 breeds (more than 12 generations); we obtained quality dogs with positive feedbacks from the USA, Canada, Australia, Russia and Europe. Many of the dogs bred by us become founding dogs for other new kennels.

Judge
I passed my first exam as FCI judge in 1991, later in 2008 I became FCI all-breed international judge. In my activity as a judge, I had the honor to judge at many speciality shows and I had also the privilege to judge at many famous shows in many countries in all over the world and also in World and European Dog shows.

Kennel Club Activity
I have been a very active member of my kennel club since the middle of the 80’s and in 1997 I became the President of the kennel club and together with my team we organize the famous Dracula Dog Show. In 1996 together with some passionate friends we founded the National Terrier and Dachshund Club. Since then I am the President of the National Terrier Club. I was the advisor of the President of the Stud Book between 1996-1999, and between 2000-2004 I was the member of Disciplinary Commission of the Romanian Kennel Club. Since 2004 I have been the chinotechnic vice president of the Romanian Kennel Club and starting with 2009 also the vice president of the Judge Board. I want to continue to contribute to the chinology with my knowledge, with my passionate work as a breeder, as a judge, organizer and mentor of my kennel club, the one that taught me how to become chinologist.

“A society cannot succeed without a cynologic education
ing.LOKODI Csaba-Zsolt


Molnar Zsolt - Romania fb-icon

mzArbitrer u F.C.I. – Gr.I .II .V. X. B.I.S.
Active in chinology since 1975
Owner and breeder of Cocker Spaniel, 22 years of Dobermann and actual owner of Hungarian Shepherd Puli and Kuvasz: Romania Champion
Arbitrer in expos Club, C.A.C. and C.A.C.I.B. Euro and Word Dog scow 18 countries
President of ACHR Satu Mare, ROMANIA since 1989, organizer of successful expos C.A.C. and C.A.C.I.B
1996 – 2000 Vice president of Chinotehnic ACHR
Board member of ACHR for 12 years
Well-equipped vet surgery in Satu Mare, ROMANIA with son


 Roberto Schill - Romania fb-icon


Cătălin Ionete - Romania fb-icon

 

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