Yak vom Frankengold

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VA1(CN) V3 Yak vom Frankengold 

 Kkl 1 

Sire Born: 13. March 2000

VA1(CN) V3 Yak vom Frankengold

SZ  2062225
Hip: SV: HD a-normal (a1) - Elbows: SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
DNA: Geprüft
Tattoo: Z-A 3915
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Breed report

Sehr ausdrucksvoller, großer, kraft-und gehaltvoller, in gutem Höhen/Längenverhältnis aufgebauter, trockener und fester Rüde. Kräftiger Kopf mit ausgeprägter Maske. Hoher Widerrist, gerader,fester Rücken und gute Länge und Lage der Kruppe. Sehr gute Winkellagen der Vor-und Hinterhand, ausgeglichene Brustver- hältnisse, lobenswert korrekte Front. Gerade Schrittfolge. Weit ausgreifende Gänge mit guter Rückenübertragung. Sicheres Wesen, TSB ausgeprägt;läßt ab.





V1 VA(A+CN) Hoss vom Lärchenhain SCHH3, IPO3 male

SZ 1996729
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
V1 VA(A+CN) Hoss vom Lärchenhain

Groß, mittelkräftig, pigment und typvoll, trocken und fest. Sehr guter Kopf und Gepräge, hoher Widerrist, sehr gute Rückenlinie mit Langer und sehr gut gelagerter Kruppe. Sehr gute Winkelungen der Vor und Hinterhand. Ausgewogene Brustverhältnisse und absolut korrekt in der Front. Geradegehend zeigt er sehr flüssige Gänge mit freiem Vortritt und kraftvollem Nachschub. Wesen sicher, TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab.


VA2(A) V15 Dorijan vom Yohaness Berg SCHH3 male

HR 13951 (SZ1940816)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA2(A) V15 Dorijan vom Yohaness Berg


Gandi vom Heilbronner Schloß SCHH3 male

SZ 1832215
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)

Ola vom Yohaness Berg SCHH1 female

HR 49256
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)

V Tina von Arminius SCHH3, IPO3, FH1 female

SZ 1864989
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)

VA2(I) Tenno vom Noricum SCHH3 male

SZ 1770397
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA2(I) Tenno vom Noricum


VA(JPN) Sela vom Kirschental SCHH2 female

SZ 1791013
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA(JPN) Sela vom Kirschental


VA14 Lea vom Holtkämper See SCHH3 female

SZ 1972731
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA14 Lea vom Holtkämper See

Große, mittelkräftige, sehr typ- und ausdrucksvolle, trockene, feste Hündin. Hoher Widerrist, schöne Linie, gute Länge und Lage der Kruppe. Korrekt gewinkelte Vor- und Hinterhand, ausgeglichene Brustverhältnisse, gerade Front. Geradetretend zeigt sie sehr flüssige, raumschaffende Gänge mit sehr kraftvollem Nachschub und freiem Vortritt. TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab.


VA8 Max della Loggia dei Mercanti SchH3 male

LOI GT566843 (SZ 1944110 )
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
VA8 Max della Loggia dei Mercanti


VA1 Visum von Arminius SCHH3, FH, BHP1 male

SZ 1789549
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
VA1 Visum von Arminius


V Luna dell' Isola dei Baroni SchH1 female

LOI GT406026
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
V Luna dell' Isola dei Baroni


VA11 Perle vom Salzgitter Milieu SCHH3 female

SZ 1865620
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA11 Perle vom Salzgitter Milieu

SchH3 IPO2

V(BSZS) Hanno von der Wienerau SchH3 IPO2 male

SZ 1794626
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
V(BSZS) Hanno von der Wienerau


V Naschja aus dem Schwarzen Zwinger SCHH1 female

SZ 1680070
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)

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Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 08:36 am
He is at China I think. I see the foto from there. Yak, Idol and Hoss is at China.
Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 07:24 am
Is he alive and and still breeding? where is he at the moment
Posted: Sun Jul 29, 2007 02:51 pm
i have a yak s son sg100 uli von der bruckenrallee
with excellent body proportions and very good forearm with excellent reach and movement but would be best if he had little more fire
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 05:05 am
Now of YAK and his father HOSS together, at the river of China north, his father HOSSses were all 10 years old, but still went together with a kind, and can also produce, his dog lord surname 靳 is my friend!
Posted: Wed May 23, 2007 09:00 am
I did not expect to comment on Yak 4 years later.

I am quite impressed with what Yak has produced over the last few years.

I have moved to an ancient town of Lijiang in China had the priviledge of using Yak as a stud for 2 of my females (a mother and her daughter).

The daughter should be due on May 29 (a week from now) and the mother in July.  I can't wait to see the outcome.

The pedigree of the puppies of the daughter can be viewed at : http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/gsd/para.utkoma?fadir=122169&modir=468843

Linebreeding - 5 generations

The pedigree of the puppies of the mother can be viewed at : http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/gsd/para.utkoma?fadir=122169&modir=468842 and has the following linebreeding:
I shall be grateful for your comments on these matings.  Thanks.
Posted: Tue Aug 01, 2006 06:59 am
I have one of Yak's puppies. He's now 2 years old and has a wonderful disposition. Truly the best GSD I've ever had. See him at Brisco vom Astral on this site. If you can get one of Yak's puppies, do it!
Steel Magnolia
Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 08:50 pm
He is in China, but I don't have contact info. If you contact Hermann or Jorge from Holtkamper See, they will have that.
He is an incredible producer as we are now seeing fully in the last year. I tried to get a breeding to Yak last year but he was just about to leave Germany, so I then used one of his nice sons and have been very pleased.
Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 09:50 am
Can anyone tell me what country Yak was sold to? Does anyone have an e-mail address or website so I can contact the owner? Thank you
Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2005 04:14 am
I apoligize Nicos, but I had to make a point of how easy it is to obsorb another posts opinion (Troll about Yak). I only recently found out that Troll was a member here and not a subhuman insult. I meant no disrespect to Troll the member. To Wilhendorf I found no humor in your comment.
I will do everything in my power to support the fair showing of the GSD and to expose those that exploit the breed.
I look forward to seeing you all at the Sieger Show end of month and for those visiting early I hope that you enjoy Germany.
Posted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 05:20 am
I am not from India but I have already figured out that the only time a Frankengold dog will place well is with Frank judging or a friend of Frank. I think that the progeny tells the truth and the quality runs thin. Just my own opinion.
Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2005 09:58 pm
Fantastic male very good producer of color and temperament. One to look for in the VA class this Year.
Congratulations to the owners of and breeder of this fantastic male.
Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2004 04:06 am
I've got a girl from Yak. She has same beautiful face and pigment. And ourstanding temperament too. I think Yak deserves his high rating, he is a true improver to the breed. I am very thankful to my breeder for allowing me to own this little miracle.
S Rogers
Posted: Wed Oct 22, 2003 01:54 am
Yak vom Frankengold is a V-Rated dog worthy of any breeder's attention. I have puppies from this male and I can attest that he improves temperament and pigment. This is a fact regardless of the breeder or politics. I give credit to Mr. Goldlust (who I do not know)for breeding this dog. I give thanks to Mr. Niedergassel, the owner, for allowing me to breed to Yak.
Big B
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2003 11:59 am
Mr.Troll is right.This list is more about politics than dogs.Though I don't agree with his sarcastic comment that to comment on this board one has to be from India.Politics is everywhere and in every field of life and I don't think anyone can avoid that in today's world,so why blame us Indians only.
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2003 03:29 am

If you are still reading this.

My apology if whatever I said has offended you, which was definitely no intention of mine.

Like I said, I am a newbie and I am trying to learn from this site, how to tell a good dog from bad, training, etc.

While I appreciate your opinion on the judges' ethics. I felt that the discussion of judges' ethics is (and has been) more appropriately discussed and expressed at the message board and I am aware of your opinion on this subject.

I would also like to know your opinion on this dog, just like Double B, Big B and Martin did. In fact, you could go a step further, in addition to expressing your opinion on the "V" or no "V" on this dog, tell me what is good or bad about this dog.


Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 11:32 pm
This is a board that makes it clear that to place a comment you must 1) be from India or 2) be a wona be judge or breeder.
I won't waste my time on this side of the board anymore. It is ALL about politics.
But as a buyer, I can assure you that none of my money will go to your pockets. Continue your sorry dialogue.
Big B
Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 03:03 pm
I do agree that everyone has a right to their opinion but according to Mr.Double B if Yak can be V20 then why not V3?We've seen many top dogs starting very low early in their careers and then coming upto VA and even win the Sieger title.
No one raised any question when the great Quando Arminius won Sieger twice under the Arminius owner Herman Martin.In recent times Orbit won VA under his breeder Mr.Messler.(He could've placed him higher if he wanted).Everyone knows what Quando did for the breed as he's one of the few major sires in the breed.Orbit produced 2 magnificent VA bitches this year.People who're spreading rumors about different dogs(Yak and Quentin are only 2 of those dogs),should think twice before spreading any.This is a list were we should discuss the plus points and the minuses of a dog and his/her progeny and not find faults in the owners.It's a rather sadistic attitude to throw mud at top dogs and reputed breeders.
Double B
Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 11:38 am
Thats the good thing with gsd, everyone has his on opinion and his own typ.
Big B
Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 11:24 am
An absolutely gorgeous dog.I don't understand why people think he doesn't deserve V3.I think Quentin is also a deserving winner and Mr.Goldlust did a good job in placing him SG1.
Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 10:55 am
In my humble opinion, this dog deserves it. :) He's very much my type and an eye catcher.
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 11:22 pm

Excuse me. I didn't realize that this was a closed forum and only those comments accepted by Laris were to be posted.
"The opinion on Frank Goldlust has been discussed at the message board, but let's give the dog (regardless the owner/breeder) its due credit."
You ask, "Politics aside, in your opinion, does this dog deserve a V3, or for that matter, a "V" rating?"
IMHO, take the dog out of the political circle that he is showing in and get a qualified honest opinion.
Double B
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 03:03 pm
In my opinion he deserves a seat like V20 till V30
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 02:50 pm
Thanks Double B for the "insight"

Politics aside, in your opinion, does this dog deserve a V3, or for that matter, a "V" rating?

Double B
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 11:41 am
to Laris:
Yes Mr Meßler gave him V3, but Mr Goldlust was judging the youthclass male and put Quentin vom Karanberg on sg1, and this dog is owned by Nikolaus Meßler the son of Mr Meßler,so the one helps the other, thats the deal.
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 08:35 am
Yes, from Meßler, and a V3 as well :)

Yak is a strikingly beautiful dog.
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 06:05 am
I am a newbie and I may be missing something. I thought Yak receive its V rating from Peter Meßler.

So help me out here, is Peter Meßler doing a favour for Frank Goldlust in the case of Yak or Yak does deserve its V rating?

The opinion on Frank Goldlust has been discussed at the message board, but let's give the dog (regardless the owner/breeder) its due credit.

Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 04:31 am
i personally have no respect for Frank Goldlust as it appears that the only way his dogs do well is when he judges them or their progeny.
S Rogers
Posted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 01:13 am
I have Yak puppies that are now 10 months old and they have turned out very nice. The character and temperament are the very best!

This is a dog pedigree, used by breeders and breed enthusiasts to see the ancestry and line-breeding of that individual dog. The pedigree page also contains links to the dogs siblings and progeny (if any exist). For dog owners with purebred dogs this is an excellent resource to study their dog's lineage.


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