This ADA event is scheduled yearly usually the second weekend
"Sieger show" is planned as a special breed
conformation show with an additional ADA champion class, called
class, for all the Dobermann holding a ZTP and SchH1.
Dobermann entered in the Championat Class have to participate
at the Sieger Show Performance Test, which will be
held on Sunday morning before the conformation judgments.
The test includes two parts: (1) Attack on handler,
and (2) pursuit & courage test.The dogs
that pass this test will be admitted to the conformation judgment
in the CHAMPIONAT class.
this class several ADA Champion
titles can be given according to the judge's evaluation
on excellence in performance and conformation, both for males
and females. To the first placed male will be awarded the
and to the first placed female will be awarded the "Siegerin"
title according to the judge's discretion. This formula is
similar to what SV in Germany and AIAD in Italy have used
in the years. Introducing this system we look forward to improve
the international reputation of our Dobermann breeding in
awarded to the first classified in the "Championat class"
black & red males, according to the judge's evaluation
on both performance & excellent conformation.
2005 TITLE is awarded to the first classified in
the "Championat class" black & red females,
according to the judge's evaluation of performance & excellent
CHAMPION TITLE is awarded in the "Championat
class", according to the judge's evaluation on both performance
& excellent conformation. Many ADA Champion Titles can
be awarded in the same Championat class.
SHOW PERFORMANCE TEST
All Dobermann entered in the Championat Class have to participate
at the Sieger Show Performance Test, which will be held on
Sunday morning before the conformation judgments. The test
includes two parts: (1) Attack on handler, and (2) pursuit
& courage test.
The handler with his/her Dobermann on the leash follows
the directions given by the judge. The distance from the starting
point of heeling to the blind will be approx. 80 feet. The
actual attack will commence when the Dobermann is between
15 and 20 feet from the blind. The judge will evaluate the
grip work on the sleeve. The dog should counter the attack
securely and energetically in stopping the attack by the helper.
"Out" is not required to pass the test, but of course
is recommended. When the handler leashes the dog after the
attack, the exercise is considered complete.
On the pursuit of the long grip for the courage test,
the handler may encourage the dog, while holding it by the
collar at the basic position to initiate the release as the
helper proceeds to the middle of the field to start the exercise.
The handler will release the dog upon a signal from the judge.
The grip work will be evaluated the same as in the attack
that fail the Sieger Show Performance Test cannot receive
the title of Sieger or Siegerin or ADA Champion.