torsdag 24. november 2016

Dogs4All - Norsk Vinnerutstilling

Dogs4All - Norwegian Winner Show

Bolt på utsiden av hallen
Bolt outside the show hall

Helgen 19. og 20. november var det duket for årets største utstilling i Norge, Dogs4All. Norsk Vinnerutstilling og hundemesse i ett.

Turen startet for min del 18. november da jeg skulle inn til Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, den startet med kjøring på såpeglatt sørpeføre i ca 3 timer, når veien endelig var brøytet og asfalten var våt i stedet for skøytebane kom jeg bak i en lang stillstående kø grunnet en kjedekollisjon med 6 bilder innvolvert på E18.  Når jeg endelig fikk parkert bilen på innfartsparkeringen i Asker og kommet meg på toget 1 time etter jeg burde og 2 timer etter jeg burde ha vært der, ja da fikk selvsagt toget tekniske problemer og ble stående på neste stasjon i relativt lang tid. Men jeg kom da frem til slutt.
Returen til Asker og bilturen derfra til min søster hvor jeg skulle overnatte gikk heldigvis som normalt, normalt innebærer rushtidkø ut av Oslo så det tok jo litt tid.

Lørdag 19. november kl 07:30 var jeg på plass på Norges Varemesse og Dogs4All og skulle jobbe som ringsekretær for dommeren Carl-Gunnar Staffberg fra Sverige. En hyggelig dag i ringen hvor både dommer og skriver var hyggelige mennesker å jobbe sammen med. Dagen startet litt hektisk, da drasene vi hadde først var fordelt på flere ringer. Resten av dagen gikk det gikk raskt og effektivt.


The weekend of the 19th and 20th of November it was time for the biggest show of the year in Norway, Dogs4All, Norwegian Winner Show and dog equipment sales fair and breed information stands.

My trip started at 4 a.m. the 18th of November by driving to some very challinging conditions. The road was covered in slush and the car had near to no grip for part of the way, then came heavy snow falls and fog at the same time, still with slippery roads. The trip which should have taken a bit over 2 hours on a normal day, took more than 3,5 hours.  When the road finally turned into wet tarmac and the grip was back, there was a multiple vehichle collision which of course stopped the traffic for some time. Finally arriving at Asker were I ment to park my car during my stay in Oslo 2 hours later than expected. The train, of course, got techinical problems on the first stop after we left the platform at I got even more delayed. But I made it to Oslo and Akershus University College in the end. The return trainride to Asker and following drive to my sister at the other side of Oslo went without any incidents, except for the normal rush hour traffic. 

Saturday the 19th of November at 07:30 a.m. I arrived at Dogs4All, and was going to work as a ring steward for the Swedish judge Carl-Gunnar Staffberg. A pleasant day in the ring were both judge and writer was nice people to work with. The day started out a bit chaotic as the first couple of breeds were divided in several rings. The rest of the day went with a quick and effective pace. 


Søndag 20.november var det våre hunders tur til å gå i ringen. Dommer for dagen var Viva Maria Soleckyj Szpunar fra Polen. En veldig rask dommer, så her måtte man følge med i svingene. Vi stilte 3 hunder denne dagen.

Først ut var vår serbiske unge hannhund Northsprings Green Lake, Bolt. Handlet av Monica Alteskjær Sundset som vi eier ham sammen med.

lovely physical condition. Excellen expression of head. strong neck. still his back is soft. good movement

Excellent, 3. beste juniorhann


Etter alle hannene var bedømt, var det Snøfrost Unike Beringia sin tur i ringen.

she is too slim. Typical size. Excellent line of head. Dark eyes. Dry neck. Action in frontlegs are too soft. Action of back legs are very typical.
Excellent, 3. beste junior tispe.
Veldig fornøyd med Excellent på Beringia da hun er en litt annen type enn det jeg forventet at dommeren skulle foretrekke.


I unghundklasse var det Snøfrost Skimmrende Stjernelys sin tur.

she has typical proportions. excelent head. dark eyes. her front is a litlle bit too straight. exlcellent size of bones. nice tail. nice coat. front legs are a little bit outside. back legs are parallell in action. very nice temperament.
Excellent.



Sunday the 20th of November our dogs were set to go in the ring. Judge for the day was Viva Maria Soleckyj Szpunar from Poland. A very quick judge, so you better pay attention. We showed 3 dogs this day. 

First out was our Serbian young male Northsprings Green Lake, Bolt. Handled by his co-owner Monica Alteskjær Sundset. 

lovely physical condition. Excellen expression of head. strong neck. still his back is soft. good movement

Excellent, 3rd best junior male


When all the males were judge, our Snøfrost Unike Beringia had her turn in the ring.

she is too slim. Typical size. Excellent line of head. Dark eyes. Dry neck. Action in frontlegs are too soft. Action of back legs are very typical.
Excellent, 3rd best junior bitch 
I'm very happy with Excellent on Beringia from this judge, as she is of a type I didn't think she would appreciate too much. 

In intermediate class our last dog was out in the ring Snøfrost Skimmrende Stjernelys
she has typical proportions. excelent head. dark eyes. her front is a litlle bit too straight. exlcellent size of bones. nice tail. nice coat. front legs are a little bit outside. back legs are parallell in action. very nice temperament.
Excellent.



Ikke de helt store resultatene, men en veldig hyggelig dag i og ved ringen. Gratulerer så mye til vinnerne!
Album fra utstillingen kan sees her

Ikke minst fikk vi hilst masse på Bolt som jeg ikke har sett siden han ble hentet av meg, og mannen ikke har sett i det hele tatt.  Bolt fikk derfor også en fotoshoot utenfor hallen.

Not the greatest results, but a very nice day by and in the ring. Congratulations to the winners!
A photo album from the show may be seen here


Not the least we got to meet Bolt again. I haven't seen him since I picked him up, and my husband hadn't seen him at all. Bolt got his very own photoshoot outside the hall.  






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