Csoda

Zoldmali Csoda of Lanokk (Imp Hun) ShCM

19.05.10

Bayside Brokk of Lanokk ShCM X Multi-Ch Zoldmali Alma

Bitch CC winner and Best of Breed – Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show, August 2012

Csoda

Csoda joined us from Hungary in March 2011 aged nine months, and to say we are delighted with her would be an understatement. Daughter of our Brokk (Pedigree/Dog World Top HWV 2007) and Multi-Ch Zoldmali Alma, Csoda is a dream addition to our family. “Csoda” is Hungarian for “miracle”.

We were thrilled when Zsofia Miczek of the well-known Zoldmali Kennel in Budapest asked to use Brokk at stud, and even more so to be entrusted with this special girl. Csoda is beautifully put together, with a lovely head and super wire coat. She is a calm, loving and a loyal companion. Yet her hunting and pointing instincts are strong, and she is an absolute joy to watch working on the mountain.

She is also a pleasure to show and has had many successes from the outset. Just six weeks after she joined us from Hungary, Csoda was awarded Best Puppy in Show at the HWVA’s first ever championship show. The following weekend she won Reserve Best Puppy in Show at a gundog open show, then the next day Puppy Group 1 and Reserve Best Puppy in Show at an all group open show.

From Junior she won a Gundog Group 3, and a Reserve Best in Show at an all group open show. In March 2012 Csoda was awarded the Elmsall Shield for “Best Import” in the 2011/12 HWVA awards. A further Gundog Group 1, 2 x Gundog Group 4 have followed, a championship show Reserve Best Bitch and in August 2012 Csoda took the Bitch CC and Best of Breed at Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show.

She produced a fabulous litter of ten for us in January 2014, from which we kept a bitch, Lanokk Csinos.

Csoda gained her Kennel Club Show Certificate of Merit in May 2014, six years after her sire Brokk did the same.

Csoda is hip scored and HUU tested.

 Judges’ Critiques

“Correct head with kind expression, cool and calm. Good eye colour. Earset good, neck fitting well and forehand well laid. Strong in chest and good ribs. Strong in back, well developed thighs. Very fit and coming back into coat. Really appealed and very pleased to award BOB.”
Best of Breed
Julie Darby, Shropshire Gundog Society, May 2014

“A quality dog with good head and eye, good bone and overall shape, good type and depth, good coat texture and holds good topline.”
Best of Breed
Tom Johnson, Bootle, Crosby & South Liverpool CS, March 2013

“Zoldmali Csoda of Lanokk, loved this girl’s head, very typy. Same comments apply as I gave to the Graduate winner (Zoldmali Ostor of Lanokk), but she has more depth of chest and is more mature. Nice to see a correct coat. BOB.”
Best of Breed
Nicola Green, Gundog Club of North Wales, March 2013

“From a top-class bitch line-up – lovely head, very feminine, well balanced, strong topline and good tailset, strong well angulated hindquarters, sound mover with free action and good profile.”
Penny Williams, CRUFTS, March 2013

“Not as big as some but so full of type and quality, really pleasing to go over with good make and shape, very pleasing head properties, excellent eye and expression, excellent coat density and texture, well furnished brows and beard, super neck and topline, well sprung ribcage of good length, strong coupling, used herself really well on the move.”
Bitch Challenge Certificate
BEST OF BREED
Dr Ron James, Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show, August 2012

“Lovely head and eye, good neck, well off for bone, moved well, in hard condition, stylish mover, deserved the group.”
Best NSC Gundog
GUNDOG GROUP 1
Mr A Geddes, Rhyl CS, November 2012

“Smaller cast than 1 but has all the essentials for overall balance, good angles fore and aft, pleasing tailset, moved out well on good bone and feet.”
Mick Howes, SWKA Championship Show, October 2012

“Very feminine and clean head, correct wire coat, good neck and front construction, strong topline, good depth,bone and bend of stifle, very true sound movement, pleased to give her this award.”
Reserve Best Bitch
Sara Barnard, Three Counties Championship Show, June 2012

“Another lovely bitch, typical of the breed with plenty of substance and balanced throughout. It was hard to pick between her and the Graduate NSC winner (Zoldmali Huncut of Lanokk), just preferred the Graduate on the day.”
Frankie Prosser, Aberystwyth & DCS, May 2012

“Medium size with good head, pleasing neck and shoulders, good ribs and quarters, strong topline and quarters, in good coat and condition.”
Moray Armstrong, HWVA Championship Show, April 2012

“Judged this youngster as a puppy and loved her then. Is fulfilling her early promise. Lovely feminine head, excellent front, neck and shoulders. Good topline and excellent wire coat, very sound on the move.”
Best NSC and shortlisted for Best in Show
Jean Marshall, St Helens & DCS, February 2012

“Built on slightly smaller lines than 1 but has overall soundness. Correct front and feet, slightly sloping pastern, good body proportions, overall balance and angulation, good coat. On the move she was steady, sound and true.”
Mick Howes, Manchester Championship Show, January 2012

“Very attractive young lady, appealing head and expression, firm body, muscled quarters, moved soundly.”
Roberta Wright, Rhyl CS, November 2011

“This girl has an excellent head with everything correct, her front is superb and she is very well balanced. She comes well out of the neck into a very good topline and tailset; she never put a foot wrong on the move for either me or the Best in Show judge. I was pleased to watch her win RBIS.”
Best NSC Gundog
RESERVE BEST IN SHOW
Steve Myring, Pwllheli & DCS, October 2011

“Thought her the best overall for proportions. Lovely head, good neck, best front of the three, well bodied, level topline.”
Jeff Horswell, Darlington Championship Show, September 2011

“Strong class (of 9), good for the future. 1. Zoldmali Csoda of Lanokk, correct breed balance, head, front, ribs, strong bone but still feminine, correct quarters, true free sound mover.”
Valerie Foss, Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show, August 2011

“Nicely made, eye-catching bitch that stood out in this class. She is the correct size for her age and is balanced throughout, with moderate angulation. She sports an excellent harsh wire jacket and covered the ground well on the move.”
Best of Breed
GUNDOG GROUP 3
Anita Roberts, Ruthin CS, July 2011

“Liked her head and expression and furnishings, nice shoulders, good depth, strong topline, good tail carriage, good angulation, moved out with drive.”
Brenda Banbury, Blackpool Championship Show, June 2011

“Smaller and lighter made than 1. Great head, neck, shoulders and topline, good width across second thigh.”
Jean Fairlie, The National Championship Show, May 2011

“Lovely breed type, correct size and very sound with good coat. Needs a little more confidence but at her first show and this should come.”
“Eleven months, appealed for size and balance, coat and movement, excellent head, free from exaggeration. I liked her a lot and full of breed type.”
Best Puppy Bitch
BEST PUPPY IN SHOW

Frank Kane, Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla Association Championship Show, April 2011

“Gorgeous puppy of 11 months. Lovely head and eye colour, good front, correct shoulders and topline. Excellent harsh coat, moved very well. Best Puppy, and pleased to see her win RBPIS later in the day. Well done.”
Best Puppy in Breed
Jean Marshall, Gundog Club of North Wales, May 2011

“A quality line-up of youngsters. RBPIS Zoldmali Csoda of Lanokk, very smart sound W/h Vizsla bitch, has all the essentials, so should grow on well.”
RESERVE BEST PUPPY IN SHOW
Stephen Hollings, Gundog Club of North Wales, May 2011

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