Oldgillhead September for Vonhuber – Roe 2018-10-03T16:14:58+00:00

Oldgillhead September for Vonhuber – Roe

Oldgillhead September for Vonhuber – Roe | Born 31/10/2010

Roe’s pedigree boasts many Show Champions and it came as no surprise that Roe’s show career got off to a great start by qualifying for Cruft’s 2012 at her debut show aged just 7 months! Roe has qualified for Crufts every year since.

Roe was awarded 1st Prize at Puppy Bitch class at Bath 83rdChampionship Dog Show in May 2011 by Breed Specialist Judge Mrs Christine McDonald and although not regularly shown, Roe was awarded a further four 1st Prizes at Postgraduate Bitch and Limit classes by well-respected judges during 2012-13 (see below for show judge’s critiques).

Given Roe’s lineage it was expected that she would show an aptitude for working in the field and she did not disappoint having developed into an excellent working bitch, comfortable picking-up or deer stalking, Roe is a real pleasure to work with.

Roe is a beautiful looking Vizsla with a temperament to match and she moves with a natural grace and elegance that is rarely seen and often commented upon.

Roe had her first litter in February 2013 after a successful pairing with True Decision producing a healthy litter of truly outstanding pups including Vonhubers Global Trek (Oscar) and Vonhubers Hope and Glory (Ellie), both a testament to the Von Huber breeding ethos.

Judge Critiques For Roe

Bath 83rd Championship Dog Show May 2011

Puppy Bitch (5,1) 1st Place

Judge Christine McDonald:

Really taken with this bitch for type and natural good construction and balance. Very good front, pasterns and feet. Short back, close coupled. Did not always stand to advantage for her novice handler, so made decisions difficult. Good coat colour and texture. Just right for size, bone and condition for her age. Moved very soundly.

Border Union Agricultural Society June 2012

Postgraduate Bitch (6,1) 1st Place

Judge Sara Barnard:

Good head and expression, good shoulder, short back, good bend of stifle and hocks, tight feet moved lightly and drove off from strong quarters.

Leeds Championship Dog Show 28th June 2012

Postgraduate Bitch (9,1) 1st Place

Judge Mrs Valerie Foss:

Good outline, well-shaped head, good front, bone and feet, strong top-line, chest deep, ribs well sprung, strong quarters, sound free mover.

The Welsh Kennel Club August 2013

Postgraduate Bitch (7,1) 1st Place

Judge Jenny Miller:

Very elegant build, stylish, medium sized, nearly three years old. Super condition and in lovely russet gold jacket. Beautiful head proportion with strong jawline and lovely kind eyes, well-shaped and coloured, correct ear placement. Well-muscled neck could be longer back into shoulder firm level short back line muscular croup well-shaped and nice fit of tail. Well-ribbed back, body of depth carrying nice weight. Good angulations to both ends and depth to chest with elbows into straight nicely boned legs and tight round feet. Stylish mover and so sound both ends, great free striding side gait.

Darlington September 2013

Limit Bitch (4/1) 1st Place

Judge Chris Atkinson:

Scores in both reach and drive, keeping a very balanced profile, very well made throughout, so true coming towards, handled and shows to advantage.