Quentin von Karanberg

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V SG1(BSZS) Quentin von Karanberg 


SCHH3
 Kkl 1 

Sire Born: 24. June 2001

V SG1(BSZS) Quentin von Karanberg

SZ  2090514
Hip: SV: HD a-fast normal (a2) - Elbows: SV: ED a-normal (a1)
DNA: Gelagert
Tattoo: G-A 7243

Breed report

Übermittelgroßer, mittelkräftiger, gehaltvoller, in sehr gutem Verhältnis aufgebauter, trockener und fester, sehr typ- und ausdrucksvoller Rüde. Hoher, langer Widerist, schöne Linie, gute Länge und Lage der Kruppe. Sehr gut gewinkelte Vor- und Hinterhand, ausgeglichene Brustverhältnisse, korrekte Front. Geradetretend zeigt er sehr flüssige Gänge mit kraftvollem Nachschub und freiem Vortritt. Sicheres Wesen, TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab. Besondere Vörzüge: Ausgesprochen harmonische, sehr aufmerksame Gesamterscheinung. Beratung für die Zuchtverwendung: Geeignet zur Verbesserung von Typ und Ausdruck, der gebäudeharmonie sowie festigung der Mittelgröße.

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Pedigree

SCHH3, FH

2x VA1 Yasko vom Farbenspiel SCHH3, FH male

1998
SZ 2010154 (AKC DN10902401 10-05)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
2x VA1 Yasko vom Farbenspiel

Groß, kräftig, typ- und ausdrucksvoll. Hoher Widerrist, fester Rücken, Kruppe von sehr guter Lage und Länge. Sehr harmonische Ober- und unterlinie, vorne und hinten sehr gut gewinkelt, normale Brust. Korrekte Front. Geradetretend werden bei kraftvollem Nachschub und freiem Vortritt raumschaffende Gänge gezeigt. TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab. V. Rüdenhafte Gesamterscheinung mit sehr gutem Ausdruck. VI. Geeignet zur Verbesserung von Typ und Ausdruck und Gebäudeverhältnisse. WA 2002: Der amtierende Zuchtsieger wird sehr frisch und temperamentvoll in ausgezeichneter Verfassung vorgestellt.

SCHH3

VA1 Ursus von Batu SCHH3 male

1995
SZ 1932624
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1 Ursus von Batu

SCHH3

VA1(I) Hobby vom Gletschertopf SCHH3 male

1993
SZ 1859356
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1(I) Hobby vom Gletschertopf

SCHH2

V Verena von Batu SCHH2 female

1992
SZ 1834230
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
SCHH3

VA1 Connie vom Farbenspiel SCHH3 female

1994
SZ 1903611
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
VA1 Connie vom Farbenspiel

SCHH3, ÉLITE A

V1 Eros von der Luisenstraße SCHH3, ÉLITE A male

1992
SZ 1823810
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Sire
V1 Eros von der Luisenstraße

SCHH2

V Daggi vom Farbenspiel SCHH2 female

1990
SZ 1776909
HD-SV: HD a-noch zugelassen (a3)
Dam
V Daggi vom Farbenspiel

SCHH2

V1 Mary von Tronje SCHH2 female

1997
SZ 2019357
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V1 Mary von Tronje

Groß, ausdrucksvoll, gutes Gepräge, harmonisch. Sehr gute Oberlinie mit einwandfrei angelegter Kruppe. Sehr gute Schulterblattwinkelung, gut angelagerter Oberarm. Sehr gute Brustverhältnisse, korrekte Front, geradetretend sind die Gänge kraftvoll und raumgreifend. TSB ausgeprägt; Hund läßt ab.

SCHH3

V14 Xandor von Tronje SCHH3 male

1995
SZ 1945049
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
V14 Xandor von Tronje

SCHH3

V11 Unko vom Haus Zieglmayer SCHH3 male

1993
SZ 1863687
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Sire
V11 Unko vom Haus Zieglmayer

SCHH1

V Anchie vom Grenzland SCHH1 female

1992
SZ 1856940
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V Anchie vom Grenzland

SCHH2

V Landa von der Night SCHH2 female

1995
POA 153753 (SZ2017348)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V Landa von der Night

SCHH3, CAB2

V Hanno von der Eulerstrasse SCHH3, CAB2 male

1992
SZ 1844062
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Sire
V Hanno von der Eulerstrasse

SCHH1

Uva von der Night SCHH1 female

1992
POA 129519
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam

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User comments



Lafricano
Lafricano
Comments: 8
Joined: Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:42 pm
I have a son of Quentin, he is an outstanding male correct seize large bone,large head and he is VERY DARK RED his name is BOBO VON ARLETTCA he can be seen at http://www.wofenhaus.com and boy can this this male bite i think Quentin is an Exelent producer and i can only hope that my boy can produce like him. I tip my hat to Quentin and his breeders.
figos
Comments: 4
Joined: Fri Dec 09, 2005 12:07 am

I have a dog with Quentin as the father, and he only has one stone.

 

Sumakshi
Comments: 26
Joined: Sat Jul 15, 2006 04:32 pm
currently who is the owner of this beautiful dog pl send me his address
José Tinoco
Comments: 141
Joined: Tue Sep 13, 2005 10:15 pm
Thats a great producer. Here in Brasil they had breed him and at the same litter many really good dogs had born. It also had donne very good in the hips.
arne
arne
Comments: 23
Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2005 09:47 pm
quentin a super dog the best mother line too Jasco farbenspiel is mary von tronje. see link
best female after quentin ingodds electra

http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/gsd/pedigree/426447.html

Arne
Sadreen
Comments: 2
Joined: Mon Jun 13, 2005 03:44 pm
I have seen Quentin at shows in Germany both as a young dog and as an adult. In the ring he displays a far-reaching gait and this improves even more when he is off the lead. As a stud dog he believes he is the pack leader, and I believe this is the reason Quentin appears unfocused when not in the first position.

He is the ideal size and very representable of his male line, with a wonderful character and colour. I think Mr Scheerer will keep him in mind until the Sieger Show and subject to a very good Schutzdienst qualification on Friday and also producing a very good quality progeny group, he will then give Quentin his rightful place in the VA group.
Sadreen
Comments: 2
Joined: Mon Jun 13, 2005 03:44 pm
I have been on the Karanberg website and there is an email address to the owner on it. For your convenience the website is www.karanberg.de
T-COM
Comments: 5
Joined: Sat Jun 04, 2005 11:39 am
And on the German Championship before a few weeks he makes V 8, he didn't looks very well on this day. But I must say the first dogs was from high Quality, Quantum, Ghandi , Zamp , Karat'S Ulk,Flipp, Opal Karanberg ( not so ) Liedo Kuckucksland ( also not good ) and Quentin. Thats says all about Quentin for the Siegershow, I think the best is that he can leave Quentin better at home. That is not a dog for V 30 or so. He can show his progeny group and thats all. I like Quentin too. But the judgers from last years Siegershow not so. Quentin had no luck.
T-COM
Comments: 5
Joined: Sat Jun 04, 2005 11:39 am
I just wanted to write here, because I see this beutiful comments about Quentin and his sons.
Quentin will come to the Sieger this year. I hope it. But he will never make VA this year, he can't make VA. Mr. Scheerer didn't like so. He must have a very very good progeny group, that he makes a high V. The biggest problem about Quentin is, he didn't can gait in the ring if he is not on first place. Everyone knows this.
This year sieger the SV had bring a new Rule. Every dog that can make VA must be have progeny gropu. Quentin had some good progeny , but I think Mr. Scheerer will never do him in the VA group.
Can
Comments: 7
Joined: Sat Apr 02, 2005 11:22 pm
Hi Deco.İm from Turkey.İ have also a joung dog from Quentin and he is extreamly beautiful.İ saw Quentin before three weeks. He has very good colour and very good body structure.İ think he will make VA this year.İ think İ will buy some more Quentin sons.
Déco
Comments: 22
Joined: Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:17 pm
Hi Can, thanks for your answer. Let¿s wait to see Quentin on Sieger 2005. I¿m from Brazil and I have a son of Quentin in my kennel. We just have our national championship last month and he was a Brazilian champion 2005 on his category. So will be perfect if his father appear on VA¿s list this year.

Regards
Can
Comments: 7
Joined: Sat Apr 02, 2005 11:22 pm
Yes i talked with his owner he told that he will be in this year's sieger.İt will be marvellous to see him in sieger this year. İ saw him very closely and im sure that he will make VA this year.He has a very very dark red colour.
Cassius
Comments: 20
Joined: Sun Oct 10, 2004 02:35 pm
If you had seen the dog, your opinion would be different. He is not feminine at all. Ideal substance and strengh for an absolute medium type dog. A good choice for breeders. However, if your preference is for horses, there are some still around!
Cassius
Comments: 20
Joined: Sun Oct 10, 2004 02:35 pm
You can talk whatever you want about this dog. The true is that it is an absolute correct dog, medium size, medium strenght, good proportions, very goog angulations in front and in the rear, firm, solid, walks soundly with full of spirit. Technically speaking, one of the top three dogs in Germany! Besides, the progenie he so far presented is of a top level in terms of color, spirit, good lines, bones, angulations and movement. This is a dog to be used. A correct dog that may bring balance, refine and elegance to our breeding.
MIA
Comments: 32
Joined: Mon Jun 23, 2003 08:24 am
He looks perfect on the picture.I hope he is going to be VA this year at the Siegershow.
Vom Lingav
Comments: 5
Joined: Tue Jul 15, 2003 11:05 am
I saw the dog in Ulm, to me correct meduim size is important. His colour is superb, he is better in real life than his photo with a very good forehand hence the far-reaching movement. Absolute meduim size when compared to the big dogs. He has a super topline without the roach and a good croup.
The hind Angulations are correct with no sign of overangulation.

Before people comment on the withdrawal you should have asked the owner. He dod not have sore teeth! He had contracted a virus in his blood two weeks prior to the Sieger Show and was not in top form for a grueling event.

Further to clear the other rumours he and his mother have been tested Heamophilia clear and von Willerbrands clear.

Iam sure he will be fit for next years Sieger.



Martin
Comments: 87
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 06:16 pm
I didn't say size, I said substance. He's very feminin. But as I said he's greatly build, very proportioned.
We're all entitled to our favourites.
max
Comments: 4
Joined: Tue Aug 05, 2003 03:37 pm
Quentin had 38 kg on his Körung, he is messured 64. At that time he was 21 months old. What do you think a young male of this age should weight? Is it ok to critizise the small number of dogs, who are right in size and not overtyped? Shouldn't we critizise that dogs who are to big? Quentin is very well musceld and boned for his size. I recognized a lot of dogs in the last years, who are big, with a big head, but a lack of bonepower.
If we doesn't accept the medium size dogs, we will never reach the goal to breed top working dogs out of our breeding lines.
People who only try to breed big dogs and big heads are only interested in the Chinese market.
goldfinger
Comments: 78
Joined: Wed Aug 06, 2003 01:35 pm
right, his bitwork was one of the best.
i saw him at the ulm as well.
Martin
Comments: 87
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 06:16 pm
I agree, Quentin did not have any problem with his bite work. I will not go as far as to call it one of the best though :) It was good.
He is a very correct male of medium size. But he lacks substance. He needs to mature and he'll be closest to perfect.
max
Comments: 4
Joined: Tue Aug 05, 2003 03:37 pm
I like to stop any kind of rumours from people without any knowledge.
I saw Quentin's biting work in Ulm by myself.
His biting work was one of the best, although he was one of the youngest competitors. His father always did a good job in biting work and his outstanding mother Mary did her biting work in Bremen, a year with a lot of a2 and a3, much better than average. Without Una Valcuvia there is no mother from a VA male high placed in the open class. The biting work from himself and from his parents is a big plus for this young medium sized dog.
Please inform your self a little bit better before you start dangerous roumors like this.
For me this dog is the Yasco son with the most correct size and the most correct ears.
Double B
Comments: 73
Joined: Wed Jun 11, 2003 10:41 am
EZ means that he did the bite work and was watched bei the judge., but didn`t show up to the running.
Laris
Comments: 24
Joined: Mon Sep 22, 2003 05:17 am
Found him in the "EZ" could someone enlighten me what is EZ. Thanks.
Laris
Comments: 24
Joined: Mon Sep 22, 2003 05:17 am
Any information on his placing in Ulm? Thanks
Vom Lingav
Comments: 5
Joined: Tue Jul 15, 2003 11:05 am
Quentin is the youngest of the Yasko sons, He comes from a really good mother with a ZW.
Further he is of a good size and strongly pigmented. He should do well for the breed. I decided to use him. I will keep you posted and register his puppies on the database.

Dyanesh
Comments: 86
Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 09:08 am
Beautiful dog!!! Exact type of Yasko!!! Excellent!!!


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