Old Dog Pond
On 30 January, Moscow hosted one of the largest show shows. all dogson the memory of hunting and the L.P. Sabanewa film. This grand exhibition is organized by the FEPW Homicide Federation, under the auspices of the Russian Cynological Federation of the RCF and the International Cynological Federation FCI.
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Traditionally, the exhibition is located in the Exhibition Pavilions of the Socolnik Park, as the international regulations for the show-to-exhibition require a sufficiently large room with adequate floor cover and good lighting.
Not only hunters were shown on Sabank, but mainly decorational and service dog species, from small Japanese hills to huge Argentine doses, only 176 species broken according to FCI classification into 10 groups.
The hunting breeds, which are almost all cultivated in Russia, are located in VII, VIII and X groups. The individual species that we are hunting, such as the Velchesters, the German yogdterier, the liki, the race, are nearing III, IV, V and VI purely decoration groups. Twenty-four specialized monopoly exhibitions were conducted by the NPCs of all L.P. Sabaneev ' s dogs exhibitions.
For me, as a leg hunter, the greatest interest was the rings of the VII bands, where the printers, the netters and the breton epanol were displayed. If more than 900 dogs were registered for the exhibition, the legs were 188. Of them, the most new breed we've ever had is a Bretonian epanole, 47 dogs. This little leg dog that looks like a piano is an old French breed. She's a real worker, a hunting dog, and now she's getting popular with our hunters.
As part of the exhibition for the amateurs of this breed, a seminar was held, which was run by a prominent breeder, a French judge, Christian Gunter. There was a very intrusive conversation during which the standard, the problems of nataski and the contents of the epanioles were discussed.
Such meetings with representatives of the breeding country are very useful to our manufacturers, especially today the usual import of legs from French, Italy and Germany. The remaining species were presented as follows: Irish red netters, 32, English netters, 11, Hungarian short-short legs, 24, German Drathaars, 39, German Kurtzhaars, 25, Gordon Setters, 5, Pointers, 10.