[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” interval=”3″ images=”4623,4622,4621″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self” column_number=”3″][vc_separator type=”transparent”][vc_column_text]This year, we had 5 juniors to train: Vihar, Panka, Spuri, Guppi and Bringa, and all of them accomplished their Natural Ability Tests (AV) with full scores, than the Hunting Aptitude Test (VAV), and all but Guppi (who was struggling with her heat cycle and hormones, so we postponed hers for the coming spring) passed the Field and Water Trial (VMV) in 1st prize- with this gaining an International Work Certificate. Spuri and Vihar passed the ÖTV as well (same as the HZP in Germany). So all the girls have proved their outstanding working qualities.
In competitions, this year, we were competing with Zala and Lepke. Unfortunately in many competitions you can only participate with one dog, in others, max. with two dogs, so that’s why we had to select, whom we participate with.

Both girls did very well:
Lepke gained a resCACT on a field trial, a 3rd place in 1st prize, out of 25 dogs on a CACIT Field and Water Competition (the Vasas Jozsef Memorial), a CACT on another FW Competition in Slovakia, a 4th place in 1st prize on the biggest Hungarian All-round Competition (Félix Endre Memorial) and crowned these with a resCACIT, 2nd place out of 48 dogs, on the Field Trial European Cup for Hungarian Vizslas.

Zala also gained a resCACT, an Exc.3, and the winner of a field trial, and was the group winner (out of 16 dogs) on the FT European Cup. She gained a resCACT on a Slovakian FW Competition after Lepke, and her biggest achievements were the resCACIT, CACT, 2nd place on the MKS all-round competition, the biggest all-round CACIT competition in Europe, and another resCACIT, 2nd place on the biggest Hungarian All-round Competition (Félix Endre Memorial).[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”transparent”][/vc_column][/vc_row]