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National Schutzhund Magazine
April, May, June 2016
DVG AMERICA
National Schutzhund Magazine
●New LV Officers and Email
Addresses
●Cornhuskers’ Has Done It
Again
●Delta Schutzund Club:
Growing and Showing!
●Essex County Schutzhund
Club’s Florida Trial
üCoast Schutzhund
Club…Thank You!
●More 2015 Championship Photos!
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April-June, 2016
What is DVG?
Table of Contents
The initials DVG stand for Deutscher Verband der
Gebrauchshundsportvereine, or the German Association of
From your LV President
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Working Dog Sport Clubs.
Trial & Event Calendar
5
Did You Know? Trial Helper Program
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From Your LRO
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titling of dogs of all kinds. In addition to IPO titles, DVG offers
2016 DVG America Championship Set!
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Obedience and Tracking titles, providing competition
Delta Schutzhund Club
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opportunities for all people who love to train dogs, even the
Cornhuskers’ Schutzhund Club
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Essex County Schutzhund Club
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2015 Championship Pictures
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Coast Schutzhund Club
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DVG America Magazine Information
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Trial Results
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This is not an exact translation, but one that is most
meaningful in English. While attracting breeders of all working
dogs, DVG exists for only one purpose - the training and
smallest of breeds.
If you are interested in finding out more about LV DVG
America, please visit our website for more complete
information.
www.DVG-America.com
Why DVG?
The training purist and competitive breeder can look to DVG for many benefits not offered by any other organization in the US or Canada.
● Over 100 years experience in the training of all breeds of working dogs
● All judges are German Kennel Club (VDH) and FCI recognized. Currently there are 10 certified judges residing in LV America.
In addition, visiting judges from Germany may assist with local trials and championships.
● Trial decoys are certified, and on-going training and testing are required.
● It is the only organization whose members are qualified to compete in a German National Championship.
● All titles and scorebooks are recognized by the VDH, allowing a DVG member to compete in any local trial in Germany.
● An annual American Championship for levels 1, 2 and 3.
● Members and clubs throughout the United States and Canada
LV DVG
America
Officers for
2016
President: Annetta Cheek - Email: [email protected] Phone 703 772 6785
Vice President: Scott Bakkala - Email: [email protected] Phone 918-791-5911
Secretary: Sanderetta Roberts - Email: [email protected] : Phone 661-706-2282
T reasurer: Shanna Burgin - Email: [email protected] : Phone 918-978-9056
OfV: Ted Hartman- Email: [email protected] : Phone 909-350-3501
LRO: Hartmut Beckmann - Email: [email protected] : Phone 303-697-7729
Membership: Christine Leitzau - Email: [email protected] : Phone 517-881-3549
LV DVG America Magazine
LV DVG America is the official publication of Landesverband DVG America, Inc., a not-for-profit Colorado Corporation. Any claims made by the writers or advertisers in
this magazine are not necessarily those of the editor, officers or directors of the Landesverband DVG America or DVG America magazine. Written permission of the editor
must be obtained in order to reproduce or reprint this magazine or any part thereof.
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A MESSAGE FROM YOUR LV PRESIDENT
Annetta Cheek
plus $1.37 for each competitor. If you cancel a scheduled
trial you still owe the $5.50, but if you postpone it the $5.50
carries over. We’ll send around a form for you to use to
calculate a trial’s fee; it will include the address to send the
funds to. If you have any questions about this let me know.
Spring is finally here and I hope you are all enjoying your
dogs and our sport.
LV Board. The new officers have taken office—you can get
contact information at http://dvg-america.com/contacts.html. Notice
that all the national officers now have fastmail addresses
that reflect their positions, such as
[email protected] Fastmail is a more secure
system than gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, and other popular
email systems. We will transfer the emails to new officers
after future elections, so you won’t have to keep learning
new emails.
Bylaws. More bylaw changes are coming. When we did the
major overhaul of the bylaws a few years ago, we didn’t do
the disciplinary section, although it desperately needed it.
We finally have a new draft of this section, and you’ll be
seeing it soon to vote on. This is an important provision so
please think about the draft and send us any ideas you
have for improvements.
Website. By now hopefully most of you have seen the new
look of the DVG website, at dvg-america.com. Shelly did a
lot of work moving everything over. It’s a big job moving all
that information (and she does this as a volunteer), and it’s
possible she missed some topics or links. If you see a
problem, please help us by letting Shelly know the
specifics. [email protected]
New sports. Germany is offering some new sports as part of
the DVG program, and I thought you might be interested in
two of them – Mantrailing and Search and Rescue (SAR).
Hartmut will tell you more about them in his LRO’s report.
We should be able to offer mantrailing soon; SAR is a bit
further away because of the complexity of the test.
Germany has always offered other sports besides IPO, in
fact DVG’s biggest sport overall is agility. We could offer
more sports here but it would take significant interest on the
part of the membership.
Trial fees. Recently the Board voted to pass on to the clubs
the trial fees that Germany imposes on us, starting June 1.
Most organizations that I know of charge clubs a small
amount to put on a trial. For example, American Working
Malinois Association charges $5 a competitor. USCA
charges $4 for members and $29 for non-members. I’m a
UKC obedience judge and UKC charges a few dollars per
entry, too.
These fees are not something that’s going into the LV’s
treasury. They are passed on to DVG Germany. Some of
the money stays with DVG and a small portion is sent on
the VDH, the German Kennel Club and DVG’s parent. We’ll
change the rate once a year, to adjust to the exchange
rate. This year the rate will be $5.50 for each day of the trial
FCI rule changes. We’ve been hearing about major
changes to the FCI rules for several years. The newest
estimate of when they will be released is 2018.
Annetta Cheek
President, LV DVG America
[email protected]
LV DVG America & Magazine Contacts
EDITOR: To submit articles, feature stories or for advertising information:
Shelly Timmerman - 11110 W Hwy. 318, Reddick, FL 32686
Phone 352-591-0129
Email: [email protected]
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Interested in joining DVG? Please contact the KG (region) contact person nearest you to learn more.
Midwest KG
Southeast KG
Western KG
KG North
Richard Scott
Jessica Sharp
Jamie Lloyd
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Trial & Event Calendar
DATE
CLUB/EVENT
CITY/STATE
CONTACT
PHONE
EMAIL
JUDGE
Apr 2-3
Highway Schutzhund Club
Umatilla, FL
Kathy Foster
352-636-2921 [email protected]
Apr 16
Salem Schutzhund Club
Salem, OR
Janice Reid
503-364-7387 [email protected]
Jacki Purdham
Apr 16
Total Working Hund Verein
Waxahachie, TX
Lala Roberts
817-937-3333 [email protected]
James Akin-Otiko
Apr 23
T-Town Working Dog Assoc.
Norman, OK
JJ Bakkala
918-791-5911 [email protected]
Ted Harman
Apr 23
MWKG Helper Seminar
Norman, OK
JJ Bakkala
918-791-5911 [email protected]
Ted Harman
Apr 30May 01
Wild West DogSport
Delano, CA
Jeanita Davis
661-829-9451 [email protected]
May 7-8
Alexandria Schutzhund Group
Leesburg, VA
Monica Patty
703 635 9267
May 7-8
Washington DC Area
Gebrauchshund Club
Waldorf, MD
Jennifer Zembower 240-355-7915
May 14
Endeavor Working Dog Cub
Los Alamos, NM
Amanda Robertson 505-310-5418 [email protected]
Ted Hartman
May 14
WKG Handler Seminar
Los Alamos, NM
Amanda Robertson 505-310-5418 [email protected]
Ted Hartman
Battle Ground, WA
Judy Duncan
360-687-1459 [email protected]
May 14-15 Allegmeiner Hundesport Klub
Amanda Hoskinson
Amanda Hoskinson
[email protected]
Melissa Hepler
[email protected]
com
Melissa Hepler
May 15
Black Diamond Schutzhund Club Erie, CO
Diann Yandrich
303-828-5196 [email protected]
May 27-28
West KG Championship, Hosted
Denver, CO
by Centennial Schutzhund Club
Jeff Uhrlaub
303-910-5688 [email protected]
Ann Dolan
Jennifer Reid
Melissa Hepler
May 27-28 WKG Training Workshop
Denver, CO
Jeff Uhrlaub
303-910-5688 [email protected]
May-29
Mid TN Schutzhund Club
McMinnville, TN
A. Anderson
931-668-9660 [email protected]
Sep 17
Cache Valley Working Dog Club
Ogden, UT
Joanna Pawlick
801-718-7498 [email protected]
Oct 1-2
Working Rottweiler Association
of Canada
New Lowell, ON
Joanne Fleming
705-428-2258
Oct 9
Gateway Working Dog Club
St Peters, MO
Nancy Schick
314-791-5242 [email protected]
Jacki Purdham
Donna Gauvin
847-651-9790 [email protected]
Jacki Purdham
Oct 22-23 Northern Illinois Schutzhund Club Grayslake, IL
Nov 4-6
DVG America Championship, Hosted by the Southeast KG
Dec-04
Cascade Schutzhund Club
Olympia, WA
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Ann Dolan
Jennifer Reid
James Akin-Otiko
Clermont, FL
Les Flores
360-259-9192 [email protected]
Jacki Purdham
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DID YOU KNOW?
THE TRIAL HELPER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM HAS THREE
PRIMARY GOALS:
1. To test dogs in an assertive, fair, and safe manner
under the protection rules of the German Kennel Club
The dates for the 2016 LV DVG America Championship
have been set! Mark your calendars for the first
(VDH).
weekend in November, (3-6) and start making your
2. To produce a high level of consistency in testing dogs
in the protection phase of a trial.
plans to head to central Florida!
The Southeast KG is hard at work making plans and
arrangements for a first-class event.
3. To identify those helpers who excel and who can work
The venue will be in Clermont, near many of the
at a championship level.
nation’s favorite family vacation parks, including Walt
Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and Busch
Gardens.
For more information about the Trial Helper Seminar
and Certification Program, see the DVG America
website or contact the
LV DVG America OfG
Stay tuned to the DVG America website for updates
and information as it becomes available.
www.DVG-America.com/championship.html
NEWS AND UPDATES FROM THE DIRECTOR OF JUDGES
Dear DVG America Members,
For any urgent issues you may text or
We, DVG America, are also looking into
Thanks you for your vote of confidence
call my cell at 720-883-4234.
possibly offering SAR (Search and
to be your LRO. I will do my best in
New: As of March 1, the DVG entered
Rescue) titles here in our LV. This
making the transition as smooth as
Mantrailing to its current list of titles.
might be coming a little further down
possible and I hope to serve DVG
While I was in Germany for personal
the road but no details are available
America well.
reasons, I was able to attend the first
yet.
First let me thank Lisa for her time and
seminar and workshop for Mantrailing
Please let me know if you have any
energy in serving as our LRO for the
to which judges from several LVs had
questions.
past election period. I wish her all the
been invited. With that, the first few
Best wishes and good luck,
best and know she will continue to
judges, including myself, are now
Hartmut Beckmann
support our LV.
certified to judge such trials. I hope to
If you have any questions or concerns
get our LV Judges certified as well
at any time, please let me know so I
within a reasonable time frame.
can address those. My preferred
Soon we will be able to offer such titles
contact information is via E-mail at:
here in our LV as well. I hope to have
[email protected]
the rules and other important
or
information available and posted on
[email protected]
our website within the next month or
two.
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Look at Delta Go!
A Journey with Delta Schutzhund Club
Photos by Rawi Vaz, Lisa Alvis, &
Vee
By Robert Fortune
Jerol Skinner
Prentice Kidd
Bobby Holley,Jani Turkia, Prentice Kidd
The original intent of this article was to share a single
event in our club, a "helper" seminar. After further
consideration, we decided to also include some of our
accomplishments. By writing about some of our
milestones, we hope others will be inspired as they
continue along their Schutzhund journey.
In late February, our club had the privilege of hosting a
two-day “helper” seminar; it was our second in two years.
The main instructor for both was Jani Turkia. For the
second seminar, Jason Murphy and Jerol Skinner
assisted. Together the three instructors worked well and
successfully established an environment that was safe
and conducive for learning.
In addition to the ten seminar participants, we had several
people who brought dogs out to work. And for this we are
very appreciative. Having a variety of dogs for the
seminar participants to work provided them with the ability
to be matched with the appropriate level dog for their level
of certification. Upon completion of the seminar, Bobby
Holley was certified as a level 3 and Prentice Kidd moved
up to a level 2. Congratulations to you both!
One of the best aspects about a “helper” seminar is the
communing with other IPO people. We are each drawn to
this sport for reasons many of those outside of
schutzhund don’t quite understand; however, we
understand. The “helper” seminar gives us like-minded
people an opportunity to gather, socialize, and to get to
know one another. During this seminar, we couldn’t have
asked for more perfect weather or a better grill master –
thank you Larry Kye for keeping everyone well fed!
And now for a bit about us...
Delta Schutzhund Club was founded in 2010 with five
members and by the end of 2015 grew to the largest club
in the MWKG with twenty nine members. The club’s first
members were true novices, with only one year of
Schutzhund experience each, but we were determined to
make the club a success; most of our success has been
through pure perseverance. We have been fortunate to
have attracted like-minded people to our club who
Lorelei Sims
support each other to succeed; this atmosphere has
manifested into several accomplishments.
In five years our club members have titled four IPO 3
dogs, two IPO 2 dogs, two IPO 1 dogs, and twenty- one
Bh titles. As hobbyist and novices, titling dogs was
driven by our passion for the sport. Our desire to learn and grow shielded us from feeling intimidated
when exposed to those more experienced in IPO. There wasn’t a question we wouldn’t ask or a topic
we wouldn’t research. And there still isn’t.
In 2011, our youngest member and her dog ‘Ginger’ placed second as an IPO 2 at the DVG nationals; she
was fourteen at the time and the youngest competitor. Also in that same year, another founding member
and his dog ‘Hector’ placed fifth as an IPO 1. In 2012, this same member and ‘Hector’ competed as an IPO
3 and met their personal goal of passing all three phases. Competing at this level within the first two years
of establishing the club was a huge milestone for its members.
As the club grew so did our accomplishments. In 2014, one member won the IPO 3 and IPO 2 at the
MWKG regionals. More recently, a member won the DVG
nationals as an IPO 1. Also, along our club’s journey, five
members certified as DVG “helpers” and five members
certified as DVG training directors.
Since our conception, we have hosted a trial every year
Jerol Skinner
and for most years, have hosted two trials. The foundation
of our club’s accomplishments is our motivated members
who are dedicated and willing to work hard. I believe our
club’s journey to be special. We are not professionals of
the sport. We are simply students of the sport. Our dogs
are also unique in that they are our pets and companions
first; IPO competitors second. Our members are
successful because they share their passion for the sport
with their dog and set
realistic goals. By
treating our dogs with
love and respect, the
John Dunn
dogs look forward to
training and are eager
to learn.
Delta Schutzhund
Club’s journey is and
has been a positive
Prentice Kidd
one. Enjoying our
dogs and enjoying the
sport is our main
priority.
Eddie Alvis
Jerol Skinner
Bobby Holley
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Rusty Ford
Jani Turkia & Eddie Alvis
Larry Kye & Rawi Vaz
Bobby Holley
Jerol Skinner , Robert Fortune & Todd Pegram
Jani Turkia & Jason Pool
Delta Club
Sean Howley & Jani
Justin Rusnick & Kolsch BH
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Robert Fortune
Tammy Olson & Saddie BH
Bobby Holley
Lisa Manning & Moxie BH
Chantelle Ford & Dingo BH
Todd Pegram & Kim BH
Larry Kye & Enzo BH
Delta Club
Bunny Lanning & Avari BH
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Cornhusker’s Schutzhund Club has done it again.
CORNHUSKERS
Article and photos: Jacki Purdham| Ann & Raj TR 2
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The Cornhuskers had five BHs. All
first time handlers, new dogs, and
first titles. Eve took Layla from
being a timid, scared, untrusting
malinois, to a confident, loyal,
family companion, now with a CGC
and a BH! Steve handled Chaos like
a champ and I can’t wait to see him
in the future with this dog! Jason and
Axel are an inseparable pair, and
The club outdid themselves by
their bond is unbreakable! Pam &
having over 75 raffle prizes to give
Kairo are a bad-ass team and are
away, and over 100 spectators to
going to take names and kick some
enjoy the day with. Lynn & Johnny serious a** in the near future!
Irons went above and beyond by
Dennis and Bossy are guests with
hustling raffle prizes, sponsors,
this club, and are a pair to look for.
organizing the food, and kid prizes. All of these teams took their training
Nobody went home empty handed or very serious and not only did it pay
hungry! Every active club member
off with their BH titles, it has made
stepped up and took their part doing some amazing bonds that will never
something in the trial, and it was a
be broken.
huge success not only for the club,
Lynn and Elvis showed us all what
but for all! The community
an IPO 1 is supposed to look like,
supported in many ways, and we
WOW!! These two rocked the house.
can’t wait for our next one.
perfect day for a trial in
Lincoln, Nebraska, and a perfect
day it turned out to be. The
weather could not have been more
cooperative with a little dew for
early morning tracking, and nice
warm sun for obedience and
protection. It was a good time had by
all, and by all, I mean ALL!!
T WAS A
Watch out, cause Elvis has not “left
the building”! Paul and Justice
started out rough, with a not so easy
track, but finished with some
amazing obedience and protection
routines. These two IPO 1s will be
running neck and neck in the future.
Ann and Raj joined us with their TR
2 title! Ann has done one
outstanding job with Raj, and this
team was meant to be.
Charlie put some heart and soul into
two IPO 3 titles with Egar and
Walker. Until you have shown two
dogs in the same trial, there is no
way to explain the stress involved!!
He showed us again how it is done,
and done with a smile and love of
the sport!!
Akin’s helper work with the IPO 1s
was his usual flawless style. He
flows with the dogs and makes it
look so easy, we are very fortunate
to have him with us! Paul’s helper
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work with the IPO 3s was
outstanding!! Did I mention, this was
his first trial in the books? Well,
even the pros in the audience did not
know that! Paul is a true asset to the
club and gives it his all every time he
steps on to the field. Hats off to both
of you!
We are ever so grateful to have to
had Ann Dolan as our Judge.
Always a pleasure to be around and
her knowledge, helpful, and
encouraging critiques are what
makes this sport! Ann is an asset to
this sport and we look forward to
working with her again!
Eve and Layla, BH
Pam and Kairo, BH
Steve and Chaos, BH
Akin and Elvis
Paul and Walker
Lyn and Elvis, IPO 1
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Paul, Justice, Grace, Ann
Paul and Egar
BH Traffic
Jason & Axel
Dennis & Bossy
BH
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Essex County Schutzhund
Club’s 2016 Winter Trial –
Groveland, Florida
January 30, 31
By Anne Marie Appel
Curtis Brantley drives Carl Smith’s GSD, Lover Boy
For those of us who live in the northern half
of the country, training and trialing our dogs in the
winter can be quite challenging. Most of us are
confined to cramped quarters indoors or barely able
to move in layers of winter clothing on snow covered
fields for months.
For many years I have had the good fortune
and opportunity to journey to Florida in January to
train with Schutzhund pioneer Gottfried Dildei, and
many years our training culminates with a DVG trial.
This past January our training and trial was
held at the field of longtime Schutzhund friend,
competitor, Rottweiler breeder and DVG judge,
Amanda Hoskinson. Amanda graciously allowed us
the use of her field and equipment and was
instrumental in assisting me with the long range
logistics of hosting a trial 1400 miles away from
home. We could not have hosted this trial without her
help and generosity.
With a field of entries consisting of three BH
dogs, four IPO 1s, two IPO 2s and two IPO 3s we
were looking forward to a fun weekend and with
Melissa Hepler judging we knew it would be
educational as well!
We began on Saturday morning with tracking.
After two days of torrential rain we weren’t sure what
condition our Zellwood dirt would be in. As it turned
out most of the field was fairly dry with only a few
boot-sucking steps of mud to slow some of us down. I
think Emie Franck had the worst of it with one of her
shepherds, but all of the IPO dogs passed – four IPO
1s - Emie with two GSDs, Garon (86) and Vandal
(83), Carl Smith with his gorgeous male GSD, LB
(also known as Lover Boy) (96 and High Tracking),
and Ben Julich with Angel (vom Haus Franck)(72).
Our two IPO 2’s were handled by Jill Doherty –
littermates of her own breeding – Ikon (88) and Ixena
(91) and our two IPO 3’s Martha Chamberlin with
Beth Whitcomb’s stunning male, Jaeger (86) and
Carl Smith & Lover Boy
IPO 3s, Martha Chamberlin with Beth Whitcomb’s
stunning male, Jaeger (86) and Helen Tyler with her
malinois bitch, Bristol (88).
A short break for a hearty breakfast at Mary’s
Country Kitchen and then back to the sunny field in
Groveland where we began with the BHs. We started
off the obedience phase with my overly social male
Rottie, Tyr, who was paired with Monica Patty’s
spirited Czechoslovakian Shepherd bitch, Gracie. The
heat was somewhat of a factor but both dogs turned in
worthy performances with an occasional outstanding
moment. This pairing was followed by Jessie Sharp
with another lively vom Haus Franck Shepherd bitch,
Willow, paired with “honor dog”, Monica Patty’s
retired male, Falcon. All three BHs passed and were
permitted to move ahead to the traffic portion. Huge
sighs of relief!
At this point the sun really began to heat up
the field! The IPO 1 entries found Ben’s Angel (74)
paired with Emie’s Vandal (71) with nice attentive
heeling for both but a few blips here and there. It was
nice to hear Judge Melissa Hepler’s critique include
praise for the happy dogs. The second pairing saw
Carl’s LB (88) paired with Emie’s second male,
Garon (64). Again some very nice parts to both
routines but some fumbling with the retrieves and the
send out, points lost and new issues to iron out for
next time.
The IPO 2s and 3s were paired together as Jill
had the two 2’s. We first watched Ixena turn in a
lovely performance (90 points and High Obedience)
and Martha (IPO 3) with Jaeger (87). So fun to see
the relationships Jill has with her dogs and the
critiques rewarded the positive behavior. Martha and
Jaeger had a very nice routine but Jaeger hit the jump
with one of his back feet which made him a bit “off”
from that point onward. For an eight year old
Nationals veteran he did an outstanding job and
showed true heart though-out. The final pairing of the
day was Jill’s IPO 2 male, Ikon (87) with Helen’s,
Bristol (75).
We then took a short break before our three
BH entries sailed through the traffic portion with no
issues and yahoo – congratulations to out three new
BH dogs!
With two phases passed for all of the IPO
dogs we then headed off for a yummy Italian dinner
at Goomba’s and a good night’s sleep for handlers
and their team mates.
Sunday morning dawned with temperatures a
bit cooler and some cloud cover for Protection. We
met on the field for a quick handler’s meeting with
our judge and the final phase then began. Now, this is
the place where I ask for forgiveness because my
notes of the Protection phase are spotty and my
memory is even worse. I can generalize and tell you
there were plenty of “young dog” moments for the
IPO 1s and 2s but you will just be getting scores here
with not many specific details.
Unfortunately our first young dog, Ben’s
extremely spirited and enthusiastic bitch, Angel,
decided early in the routine that she was having way
too much fun and listening to Ben’s commands
required too much effort – after the blind search and
the call out from the hold and bark this team needed
to be dismissed. This young girl shows a lot of
promise and I am sure we will see her out on the
competition field again in no time!
Emie then followed with her two beautiful
males, Vandal turned in an 88 point performance and
Garon bested him with 90 points! Carl and LB then
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Butch Henderson
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Melissa Hepler
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Susan Miller
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Jeff Goldsmith
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Jeff Goldsmith
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James Honda
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turned in the high scoring routine of the day with 94 points.
Our IPO 3 entries then took to the trial field. Helen and her feisty Mal, Bristol, gave us an entertaining 85 point routine and
Martha with our eight year old veteran, Jaeger, showed us a smooth 90 point routine.
So – over all a very nice trial with Carl and LB taking High Tracking, High Protection and High in Trial with 278 points
total. Jill and Ixena taking High Obedience and 2nd place overall with 265 points. Martha and Jaeger close behind, taking 3rd place
overall with 263 points.
Thanks are in order to Curtis Brantley for some fine protection helper work. The Southern clubs are fortunate to have some
excellent helpers and we were grateful to have Curtis available to work this trial.
Also a huge thank you to Melissa Hepler for thoughtful and detailed, instructional critiques. Her knowledge of the rules is
exceptional. With her relaxed and jovial attitude she also did an excellent job of making handlers feel calmer and more confident out
on the field. Having a judge who is still actively trialing is a huge plus in my opinion and it showed in the helpful, knowledgeable
judging. Thank you, Melissa – hopefully we can get you up to New Hampshire again at some point!
And this trial would not have been possible without the generosity of our gracious host, Amanda Hoskinson. She provided
her beautiful training field and equipment for obedience and protection, helped me with every step of the organization and execution
of the trial, hosted the judge, and made it possible for our New England club to enjoy a respite from the winter weather. Amanda is
one of the most hardworking people I have seen in this sport and her support to me personally has been invaluable.
Lastly a shout-out to Gottfried Dildei for his amazing training prior to the trial. Even after almost eighteen years in this sport
I always find new things to work on with his method. We are so fortunate to have him here in this country and as one of the most
experienced trainers in the world I try to pick his brain every opportunity I can!
Thank you, as well, to our hardworking handlers and their amazing team mates – this sport would not be possible without
your dedication and devotion to your dogs. For every disappointment may you find fifty rewarding moments to make up for it! See
you out there on the competition field.
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Coast Schutzhund Club, est 1984. We just wanted to thank DVG and our members for many really incredible years.
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Also a very special thanks to all of the talented instructors, helpers, judges and competitors we've been blessed with.
Attached are some photos of our club members and events from the last few years. Happy training!
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Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Handler’s Name
Breed
Prior
Title
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Title Awarded
Allegemeiner Schutzhund Club
Judge: Ted Hartman
Link
Lisa Preston
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Condor von Hohenhamein
Judy Duncan
ROT
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
–
July von Shambala
Bryan Carrol
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Oriah vom Haus Reid
Audra Oliver
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Blazin’s Emerald
Nick Blasdel
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Seppel
Susanne Loegel
MIX
BH
IPO VO
71
Lakeside’s Vera
Michael Duncan
ROT
IPO A1
IPO A2
Colt de Alphaville Bohemia
Jeff White
MAL
BH
IPO 1
Total Working Hund Verin
October 24 2015
70
71
79
221 S
IPO VO
86
80 a
166 G
IPO A2
80
85 a
235 S
IPO 1
Judge: Ann Dolan
November 21 2015
Walker von der Dornburg
Donna DeYoung
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Lanzo van Arne's Hoeve
Clement Dang
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Stingers Du Loups Du Soleil
Manuel (Tony) Perez
MAL
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
–
Waldemoso Opavia Hof
Donna DeYoung
GSD
TR 2
TR 3
95
Revie Ora vom Kraftwerk
Pam Falls
GSD
BH
IPO 1
93
70
TERM
Bravo vom Alpenmak
Leonhart Muller
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
84
88
79 a
251 G
IPO 3
Chagall aus dem Blumental
Juan Gato
ROT
IPO 2
IPO 3
96
93
90 a
279 SG
IPO 3
Drybrucke's Brio
Lala Roberts
ROT
IPO 2
IPO 3
82
78
80 a
240 G
IPO 3
95 SG
TR 3
–
Washington DC Area Gebrauchshund Club (WAG)
Judge: Lisa Little
Lakotah's Dawn Assault Felon x
Navajo
Jacqueline Anderson Parker
BOUV
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
General George S Patton Sr III
Victor Miller
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Buddah v.d. Rod
Jacqueline Anderson Parker
BOUV
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Sisco vom Karthago
Brian Ciszczon
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Polly
Kathe Polly Fox
MIX
TR 2
TR 3
4
Jory von der Olgameister
Mark Torrence
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Joy Chan
Huburt Chan
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Boss
Danny Smith
MIX
BH
IPO 1
71
IPO 1
Audacity
Tara Longoria
MAL
IPO 1
IPO 2
41
–
Cara's Argus My Paladin
Jurgen Winkler
DOB
IPO 1
IPO 2
97
Grumby von Hellerwald
Jennifer Zembower
BOUV
IPO 2
IPO 3
25
November 21 2015
87
4
–
DQ
No out
–
DQ
No out
–
76 a
260 G
IPO 2
DQ
no out
–
Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Handler’s Name
Breed
Prior
Title
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Title Awarded
Mid-Tennessee Schutzhund Club
Judge: Melissa Hepler
Mach-Ten Molly v Waldemesshaus
Richard Scott
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ellie von der Bosenhohle
Amelia Anderson
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ennie von der Bosenhohle
Ameilia Anderson
GSD
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
–
Kusto von der Shearon Haus
Pete Kovack
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Sinora's Viper Boy
Kandice Wilson
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Rota Teuefelfeuer
Viciousla Reyn
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ezeekiel von der Bosenhohle
Barbara Ehren
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Banshee ze Socehua vom Voyellese Pete Kovack
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Vale vom Germal Haus
Ally Smith
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Loki von Prufenpuden
Carol Arnold
GSD
BH
IPO 1
95
86
84 a
265 G
IPO 1
Rocky vom TaJgetosz
Pete Kovack
GSD
BH
IPO 1
97
92
96 a
285 SG
IPO 1
Fiasko von Hugelblick
Stanley Krasinski
GSD
BH
IPO 1
90
90
85 a
265 G
IPO 1
V'Leo ot Vitosha
Christina Hansel
MAL
IPO 1
IPO 2
98
88
92 a
278 SG
IPO 2
Quoto vom Ruff
Barbara Ehren
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
91
78
80 a
249 G
IPO 3
Wild West Dog Sport
November 21-22, 2015
Judge: Jacki Purdham
December 5-6, 2015
Stazi vom Kondorstrand
Ann Boyce
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Nola vom Haus Tyson
Megan Barnes
GSD
BH
IPO 1
70
70
86 a
226 S
IPO 1
Cjachi Gaudet de Canubis
Veronica Stork
ROT
BH
IPO 1
70
75
91 a
236 S
IPO 1
Dextr srdce Perly Bohemie
Bernard Borges
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 2
97
85
89 a
271 SG
IPO 2
Sasha vom Kondorstrand
Ann Boyce
DOB
IPO 3
IPO 3
98
96
96 a
290 V
IPO 3
Jeno's Pyra
Hiroe Wolters
MAL
IPO 2
IPO 3
94
82
90 a
266 SG
IPO 3
Tidewater Schutzhund Club
Judge: James Akin-Otiko
Vilas von Konigtum
Jim Bostek
GSD
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
–
Brutus der Gutaussehend
Brandon Hamraz
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Quexi vom Lehrbacher
Cailin Yates
GSD
BH
IPO 1
80
Jager vom Shiraz
Steve Kostoff
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Tank vom Franzosen Wald
Christean Ramage
GSD
OB 1
IPO 1
83
87
88 a
258 G
IPO 1
Graubauer's B'Charlie
Nadar Abouellgubein
MAL
IPO 2
IPO 3
90
88
88 a
266 G
IPO 3
Delta Schutzhund Club
December 05 2015
75
80 vh
235 S
DQ
Judge: Amanda Hoskinson
IPO 1
–
December 5-6, 2015
Kye's Redhead Stepchild
Larry Kye
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Kolsch Von Rierschneck
Justin Rasnick
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Kye's Moxie Sets the World on Fire
Lisa Manning
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Domingo von Laisbackblick
Chantelle Ford
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
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Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Handler’s Name
Delta Schutzhund Club
(Continued)
Breed
Prior
Title
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Judge: Amanda Hoskinson
Title Awarded
December 5-6, 2015
Sadie
Tammie Olson
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Front Sights Indy
Lucy Newton
DSH
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Lothlorien's Avari The Dark Elf
Bunny Lanning
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Pegram's A Lady Called Camille
Tod Pegram
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Hercules vom Schattendal
Roberty Holley
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Esmonds Eragon
Chrystal Freeman
ROT
BH
IPO 1
Esmonds Will of Steel
Lucy Newton
ROT
BH
OB 1
Howler aka Walter (Pawlik)
Faith Pawlik
MIX
BH
TR 1
Esmonds Will of Steel
Lucy Newton
ROT
BH
Alivar vom Rossebach
Robert Fortune
GSD
Ola vom Teufelhund
Carma Cleveland
GSD
DQ
no out
–
91 a
270 SG
IPO 1
80 G
OB 1
90
90 SG
TR 1
TR 1
84
84 G
TR 1
IPO 1
IPO 2
98
263 G
IPO 2
FH
FH 2
95
95 SG
FH 2
94
85
80
89
76 a
South Florida Schutzhund Club
Judge: Ted Hartman
Dunga von der Gustav
Jorge Ribero
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Oakley H Canine Extreme
Deborah Lopez
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Donis von Lotta
Donna Blair
GSD
BH
IPO 1
93
74
90 a
257 G
IPO 1
Rendy Morovia Artex
Chris Daugaard
GSD
BH
IPO 1
93
74
89 a
256 G
IPO 1
Luna vom Glucklich Tal
Luis Rodriguez
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
91
92
91 a
274 SG
IPO 3
Ottmar vom Kerschberger
John Yanik
GSD
IPO 3
IPO 3
90
76
166 M
–
Smarty Marty
Sidney Arellana
MIX
IPO 3
IPO 3
95
77
262 G
IPO 3
Memphis Schutzhund Club
December 12 2015
90 a
January 09 2016
Judge: James Akin-Otiko
Elektra vom Haus Dreisprung
Kenneth White
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Raphael von Bairdhaus
Cynthia Van Den Berge
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Katie von der Faultline
Chipi Ditto
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Yanni vom Wesenhaus
Steve Locher
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Gretchen vom Haus Dreisprung
Bryant Webb
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Philly Hurt
Rodney Hurt
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Kara Gretchen vom Haus Bairdhaus Adriane Lippian
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Quinna vom Bairdhaus
Cynthia Van Den Berg
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Howler aka Walter (Pawlik)
Faith Pawlik
MIX
TR 1
TR 2
75
Leika z Morisvillu
Candace Baird
GSD
BH
PR 1
Amos von Sturm und Drang
Judy Braginsky
GSD
BH
IPO 1
15
K & N's Ingo vom Seerauber
Mary Pyritz
GSD
BH
IPO 1
24
Katja von Bairdhaus
Candace Baird
GSD
BH
IPO A
27
75 S
TR 2
89 a
89 G
PR 1
80
78 vh
173 M
–
70
78 vh
172 M
–
70
85 a
IPO A
Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Prior
Title
Handler’s Name
Breed
Memphis Schutzhund Club
Judge: James Akin-Otiko
Starridge Ace in the Hole
Sheila Shipley
GLDN
RTVR
OB 1
OB 2
Xana vom Wesenhaus
Bill Forrester
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 2
Ito von der Schwartzen Zigeunerin
Kenneth White
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Title Awarded
January 09 2016
95
DQ
Out of Control
–
87
88 a
270 SG
IPO 2
DQ
no out
–
January 30-31, 2016
Essex County Schutzhund Club
Judge: Melissa Hepler
Blue Collars Tyr of my Heart
Anne Marie Appel
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Gracie od Skalickyeh Stoparu
Monica Patty
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Willow v. Haus Franck
Jessica Sharp
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Angel v. Haus Franck
Benjamin Julich
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Garon v. Steinteich
Emie Franck
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Vandal v. Haus Franck
Emie Franck
GSD
BH
Loverboy v. Salztalblick
Carl Smith
GSD
Ikon v. d. Tetiaroa
Jill Doherty
Ixena v.d. Tetiaroa
DQ
Out of Control
–
86
64
90 a
240 M
–
IPO 1
83
71
88 a
242 G
IPO 1
BH
IPO 1
96
88
94 a
278 SG
IPO 1
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 2
88
87
82 a
257 G
IPO 2
Jill Doherty
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 2
91
90
84 a
265 G
IPO 2
Kanduits Bristol
Helen Tyler
MAL
IPO 2
IPO 3
88
75
85 a
248 G
IPO 3
Argon v. Land der Konige
Martha Chamberlain
GSD
IPO 3
IPO 3
95
77
90 a
262 G
IPO 3
Hell's Kitchen Schutzhund Club
Judge: Ann Dolan
Anung un Rama Van het Bos
Lauren Waters
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
Ramsey's Cobalt
Anastasia Anashkina
MAL
BH
IPO 1
86
89
85 a
260 G
IPO 1
NJAG von de Verpihoeve
Sandra Rushing
MAL
BH
IPO 1
97
95
98 a
290 V
IPO 1
Yeil vom Lytle
Nancy Cochren
GSD
BH
IPO 1
20
93
73 vh
196 M
–
Jeno's Pyra
Hiroe Wolters
MAL
IPO 3
FH 1
78
78 B
FH 1
Vrijheid's Gundahar
Heather Ross
DS
IPO 3
FH 1
89
89 G
FH 1
Alma von Haus Krother
Michelle Miller
GSD
FH 1
FH 2
96
96 V
FH 2
February 6-7, 2016
BH
February 27, 2016
South Florida Schutzhund Club
Judge: Melissa Hepler
Briarpatch's Hard Pill to Swallow
Susan Sealing
ROT
–
BH
Dunga von der Gustav
Jorge Ribero
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Nautilus von der Tetiaroa
Catherine Daugaard
BH
IPO 1
94
Rendy Morovia Artex
Chris Daugaard
GSD
BH
IPO 1
Roscoe Jenkins
Luis Rodriquez
GSD
IPO 1
Rafeal Betelges
Jeff Frantzman
DOB
Kye's Midnight Fire Show
Mark Hemmerle
Raising Kane (O'Donnell)
Urmel von Prevent
Bestanden
BH
DQ
no out
–
87
92 a
273 SG
IPO 1
95
81
82 a
258 G
IPO 1
IPO 2
71
76
94 a
241 G
IPO 2
IPO 1
IPO 2
73
74
64
211 M
–
DOB
IPO 2
IPO 3
82
80
80 vh
242 G
IPO 3
Michael O'Donnell
MIX
IPO 3
IPO 3
DQ
no out
–
Karen Grier
GSD
IPO 3
IPO 3
90 a
272 SG
IPO 3
28
91
91
Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Handler’s Name
South Florida Schutzhund Club
Breed
Prior
Title
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Title Awarded
(Continued) Judge: Melissa Hepler
February 27, 2016
Smarty Marty
Sidney Arellana
MIX
IPO 3
FH 1
86
86 G
FH 1
Ottmar von Kerschberger
John Yanik
GSD
IPO 3
FH 1
0
0
–
Coast Schutzhund Club
Judge: Hartmut Beckmann
March 5-6, 2016
A Wile E Coyote v. Kriegs Schrei
Amy Elias
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Berlin v. Adlercrest
Humberto Hurnandez
DOB
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
–
Eevee v. Kraftwerk Hendrix
Scott Hendrix
GSD
AD
BH
Bestanden
BH
Sally Estrada
Edy Estrada
MIX
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ynez v. Aldercrest
Linda Calamia
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Deidre v. Aldercrest
Tom Curren
DOB
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Q Dingman
Wally Dingman
MIX
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Stone Cold Vin Diesel
Tommy Hong
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
ABP Hammer Time Vrouwenfelder
Danielle Felder
ABD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ekko v. Kraftwerk Hendrix
Scott Hendrix
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Enzo v. Mana Hause
Anthony Favata
ROT
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Dwight
Tela Perez
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Shera's Great Ex. Pip
Reegan Ray
BOX
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Celeb d Nouvelle Luna
Lisa Ann Strum
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Ipolani v.d. Westkuste
Tina Lamey
GSD
BH
OB 1
76
76 B
OB 1
Duke Vrouwenfelder
Danielle Felder
ABD
BH
OB 1
80
80 G
OB 1
War Cry Fire Grace Typecast
Elaine Moyers
GSD
BH
OB 1
DQ
Freda z. Soutoku Sazavy
Tina Lamey
MAL
BH
IPO 1A
87
98 a
185 SG
IPO 1A
Yoshi v. Aldercrest
Rick DeJesus
DOB
BH
IPO 1
74
41
64 a
179 M
–
Great Ex. Winifred Will Do
Reegan Ray
BOX
BH
IPO 1
90
72
88 a
250 G
IPO 1
–
Arkansas Schutzhund Club
Judge: Amanda Hoskinson
Vargas Lectro Torque
Herman Vargas
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
Addison Lee McGuire-Myers
Hailey McGuire
GSD
–
BH
Nicht Bestanden
Quin von Bairdhaus
Peggy Robinson
GSD
–
BH
Bestanden
Revie Ora von Kraftwerk
Pamela Falls
GSD
BH
IPO 1
89
80
82 vh
251 G
IPO 1
Quenby von Bairdhaus
Jim Prentiss
GSD
BH
IPO 1
97
86
80 vh
263 G
IPO 1
Auron ze stribrneho Kamene
Dean Pritchard
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 2
98
92
95 a
285 SG
IPO 2
Xana von Wesenhaus
Bill Forrester
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
88
75
90 a
253 G
IPO 3
Whiskey Bravo von Wesenhaus
Rick Delgado
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
88
82
84 a
254 G
IPO 3
Wye K von den Hoehenluft
Kay Taylor
GSD
IPO 3
IPO 3
86
73
91 a
250 G
IPO 3
29
March 12-13, 2016
BH
Out of Control
–
BH
Trial Results
Dog’s Name
Handler’s Name
Arkansas Schutzhund Club
Ito von der Schwarzen Zigeunerin
Kenneth White
Breed
Prior
Title
Attempted Title
A
B
C
Total
Title Awarded
(Continued) Judge: Amanda Hoskinson
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
March 12-13, 2016
99
81
87 a
267 G
IPO 3
March 19-20, 2016
Schutzhund Club of Orlando
Judge: Jacki Purdham
Dizara's Final Fantsy
Vanja Milic
BOX
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Kacee's Angel Among Us
Steve Gregalunas
BOX
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Metloff's Ammo
Steve Gregalunas
MAL
–
BH
Bestanden
BH
Nautilus von der Tetiaroa
Catherine Daugaard
GSD
IPO 1
IPO 1
97
89
73 vh
259 G
IPO 1
Baiko ot Vitosha
Natalia Balabanov
MAL
BH
IPO 1
95
94
93 a
282 SG
IPO 1
Uno von Glockner Haus
Mary Scanlon
GSD
BH
IPO 1
86
86
92 a
264 G
IPO 1
Pyro von der Burgstatte
Katherine Lewis
DOB
IPO 3
IPO 3
78
89
90 a
257 G
IPO 3
Onix V Wendelin
Mark Sheplak
GSD
IPO 2
IPO 3
93
88
89 a
270 SG
IPO 3
Spoilenhaus Ekim
Kelley Wells
MAL
IPO 3
IPO 3
10
90
94 a
194 M
–
There will be
obstacles, there will be
doubters, there will be
mistakes.
But with hard work,
there are no limits.
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