MULTI BEST IN SHOW WINNER

AUSTRALIAN GRAND CHAMPION DASSIN CUT TO THE CHASE
(12th of April 2001 to 23rd May 2005)

2003 Dobermann National

“VERY NICELY BALANCED DOG.  GOOD PROPORTIONS.  NICE SHORT BACK.  BONE TO GO WITH IT.  GOOD EXPRESSION.  LOVED HIM GOING AROUND.  VERY NICE DOG.”

GRADED VERY GOOD – Judge Adrian Woodfork (USA)

AWARDED BEST OF BREED AND BEST IN GROUP BY DOBERMANN SPECIALIST MICHELLE COWIN IN AUGUST 2004

Chase is from the stunning American Champion Winmar’s American Gigolo Dassin, imported from the USA. Chase was a consistent winner in the show ring and obtained his Championship title in fine style by going Best In Show at the Ladies Kennel Club in September 2002 at 16 months of age and went onto to become a multi Best In Show winner at All Breeds Championship shows.  Chase also took out the DCWA Inc 2002 awards for “Top Show Dobermann” and “Best Up and Coming Dobermann” in 2002 and thereafter was awarded “Top Show Doberman” by the DCWA Inc, for 2003 and 2004, equalling the record of three consecutive years.

He was also Pedigree’s Top Utility Dog in Western Australia during 2004 and was awarded more best in groups than any other utility dog during 2004.  On the 27th of March 2005, “Chase” obtained his last required challenge points to obtain his Grand Championship title.

“Chase” is the sire of multiple champions including best in specialty show award winning progeny and his legacy will live on in the outstanding kids he produced both for us, such as our very own beautiful girl “Bliss” (Champion Bravadobe Divine Destiny), “Cruise” (Champion Bravadobe Fire At Will) and the other breeders that recognised his outstanding qualities.

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Taken from us in his prime and well before his time. Chase was a magnificent representative of the breed, but it was his friendship, companionship, loyalty and unconditional love that we are going to miss so very, very much. He was incredible with all those that came to meet him and the other beloved Dobermanns at home and he converted so many people from the unfortunate misconceptions of the breed.

At 4 years of age he had achieved everything there was to achieve and was the dog that had managed to imprint himself in my heart and saw me through both a divorce and a wedding at which he participated. We believe he has made an impact on the breed which can be seen in his beautiful children and even grandchildren now.

Rest in Peace my boy, you are deeply missed by all those lives you touched in such a wonderful way.

 

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