Lepke is the youngest ever pointing dog up until then in Hungary to pass the Field and Water Trial (VMV): she passed it at the age of 10 months, in 1st prize. (And less than 2 years later, it was her half-sister, Z. Bringa, who is also a daughter of Zöldmáli Irisz, who broke this record, with 9 months of age.) This trial requires a fully trained dog on the field and water. This achievement very much reflects, how special Lepke is. She has a very clear and calm mind with superior high intelligence and trainability. She has very stable nerves and sound temperament. She has a superb problem-solving attitude and loves challenges.
Lepke is very special to me, as I feel she is my next ‘Alma’ or ‘Iris’.
In her first competition season (years 2013, when she was not yet 2 years old) she has gained the winner CACT titles in both Field Trial and Field-Water-Forest Competition. Many claims that a successful Field Trial dog cannot be successful in All-round trials. Well, both Lepke, and her mother, Iris, and grandma Alma, has proven the opposite!
Both Lepke and her mother Iris were members of the 2013 Field Trial European Cup Winner HWV team. Then in 2014, got resCACIT on the FT European Cup, and got 2nd as a Team as well. She also gained the Hungarian and Slovakian Work Champion titles.
In autumn 2015 we almost lost her, because a stone she swallowed, blocked her intestines, which we found out almost too late (I was away from home). My glorious vet saved her life, in spite he didn’t think she would make it. But Lepke is a real fighter and knows, she still has a lot to achieve. 3 weeks after the life-saving operation, Lepke won resCACIT, CACT, 2nd place on the Special Hungarian Vizsla All-Round Competition. And I could still go on with her astonishing achievements, -for example when she won resCACIT on a Field Trial at half-time pregnant- but if you go through her work titles: they speak for themselves. She is a wonder-dog.