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Aritaur Invincible at Teuschon (Vince)

Aritaur Invincible at Teuschon (Vince)

Ch Korifey Amulet x Aritaur Ginerosity
DOB 08.05.21

Bred by me with Phil & Christine Plummer who own Ginerosity, and owned by me with Julie McLaren.  I went to see the litter at Phil & Christine’s and Martin my ex, had a lovely brown bitch from them.  Vince stood out for everyone but neither Martin or I were in a position to have another male, so I asked Julie if she would like to co-own him with me. Julie has been a perfect co-owner (well apart from forgetting to enter a really good show for him and only remembering when she packed her car up to travel to the show on the morning and realised she had no passes!).  She keeps Vince in top condition, and has trained him brilliantly. Makes my life easy to show him.

Vince has had excellent success in the ring. He is shown mostly by Jay, and occasionally with Julie.

Shown sparingly (both Julie & Jay’s family commitments allowing), he has so far won 4 Reserve Best In Shows at breed club shows, and at Midland Dobermann Club Championship show, won his first CC with BEST IN SHOW at Midland Dobermann Club Championship show from breed specialist judge Alison Swain (Liason).

In addition to his show wins, Vince has sired some very exciting puppies themselves who all qualified for Crufts ‘23 and ’24 straight out of the starting box! Jo & Steve Wall’s PerArdua litter out of Ch Aritaur Pacific Passion produced the promising PerArdua Amaris, at Cheryl Bradbury & Jo Sanderson’s Jodaseen partnership where Jodaseen Bootylicious produced two super bitch pups for the team Jodaseen All of My Heart owned by Lynne Burnham, and Jodaseen Steel City Blues owned by Jo & Cheryl; and at Rachel Hunt’s Virsco kennel where Aritaur Mon Amour at Virsco produced three smart youngsters who all qualified for Crufts first time out in good company: Jen Revell’s Virsco VaVa Voom, Michelle White’s Virsco Velocity, and Alan & Lynne Edyveane’s Virsco Vagabond at Kateamead.

Hips 4:2

Eyes – Unaffected

vWD – Hereditary Clear

Heart – Troponin 1, Trop ProBNP Normal May 23

1st MPD – Angela McNally

Critique: This young man had a lovely wedge head with nice dark almond eyes and good underjaw for his age although would prefer better head planes. Lovely straight legs with tight feet and good bone. Had good angulation front & rear, good topline & tailset and moved“.

RBIS – Scottish Dobermann Club 22
1st LD, BD, & RBIS – Gary Lewthwaite

Critique: “1st Mclaren’s Aritaur Invincible, A super young dog just 18 months showing lots of promise, pleasing head of good proportions, nice eye and ears, well put together throughout, square in profile, showed and moved well good reach and drive from the rear to take best dog and R.B.I.S. will watch his career with interest”.

RBIS – Birmingham & District Dobermann Club 22
1st LD, BD, & RBIS – Tracy Laine Kennedy

RBIS – Midland Dobermann Club 23
1st LD, BD, & RBIS – Ian Rimmer

RBIS – Midland Dobermann Club 23
1st LD, BD, & RBIS – Tracy Tousent

1st LD & RBD – Steve Robertson

Critique: “(Black/tan) – Very nice standard sized not over done boy. Strong blunt wedged head with parallel planes, lovely shaped neck into strong short top line. Good depth of brisket to tight elbows. Well boned with cat like feet. Short coupled but with nice length to loin. Lovely turn of stifle with short strong hocks. Had a nice rhythm to his movement. Pleased to award him Reserve Best Dog”.

BIS – Midland Dobermann Club 23
1st CC, Dog CC & BEST IN SHOW! – Alison Swain (Liason)

For critique, see below.

“McLaren & Kershaw’s Aritaur Invincible at Teuschon – Standard black and rust boy, not over done in anyway just an all-round honest dog.
Square profile outline with ample forechest and correct turn of stifle with good second thigh. Correct lay of shoulder with gently sloping topline held on the move. Straightest of fronts into tight feet. Balanced head with level head planes and darkest of almond shaped eye. He came into his own on the move, true towards and away moving with drive. Sympathetically handled to his best advantage, I just couldn’t deny him the CC in the challenge and then BIS. DOG CC and BEST IN SHOW”.