Péter Harsányi - HU
Welsh corgi pembroke
Welsh corgi cardigan
I am collie and samoyed breeder. I have been breeding for 47 years and there are 2 Youth European
Champion, 1 reserve European Champion and many International Champion collies in my kennel. It was a
really great succes on 2008: my ownbreeding young collie male won Res.CC title in Birmingham at the
Crufts Show. My kennel affix : „Kőakói collies”.
Later I founded the North’s Star samoyed kennel on 1987.
There were 5 Multi and many International Champion samoyed in my kennel.
I am International FCI judge from 1981. I have judged in 45 country, in Europe, Asia, South America,
South Africa and Australia. Some traditional or „big show” for example can be interesting where I was judge.
Lisbon Centenary Show
Milano two times
Moscow Eurasia Show two times
St.Petersburg „White Nights” Show four times
Dortmund Europasieger Show
Tulln Bundessieger Show five times
Helsinki Winner Show two times
Stockholm Winner Show two times
Lilleström Nordic Winner Show
Turku Top Nordic Show three times
Reykjavik Winner two times
Luxemburg Winner four times
Paris Longchamp and Lyon – French Championat four times
Welsh Kennel Club Championship Show
Sao Miguel Azores two times
Contest of Champions Ancona
Champion of Champions Tallin
Champion of Champions Riga
Contest of Champions London
Middle – East European Dog Show Budapest – 1999
European Dog Shows:
Budapest – 1993
Genova – 1998
Tulln – 2005
Zagreb – 2007
Budapest – 2008
Geneva – 2013
Warsaw – 2018
Budapest – 2021
World Dog Shows:
Poznan – 2006
Paris – 2011
Budapest – 2013
Leipzig – 2017
My judge license : International FCI all rounder judge.
I have judged Best in Show in 40 different countries.
I speak english, german and russian.
Other current activities:
I am the president of Collie, Sheltie, Corgi Club in Hungary from 1987 member of Board of Judges of the Hungarian Kennel Club from 1989 member of Presidium of the Hungarian Kennel Club from 2013.
Toke Larsen - DK
My interest in dogs began as a child. I was fascinated about dogs, but it was not until I was an adult I got my own. I soon became interested in the different kinds of dog-related sports, with the main interest in showing dogs.
I have been breeding Beagles in Denmark for more than 14 years under the prefix “Symposions”, and have produced champions both domestic and abroad.
As an exhibitor, I have had great success in European shows with several group and Best in Specialty show wins. In 2022, one of our US imports won the #1 top stud dog award for all breeds by the Danish Kennel Club.
I have judged in several European countries, incl. Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, and The Czech Republic, and I have recently judged in Sydney, Australia.
I strongly believe in the importance of club and dog community service, and have served as a regional as well as national board member and chairman of the Danish Beagle Club. I have also served as a regional board member of the Danish Kennel Club, and I am now connected to the Danish Judges Community, that arranges seminars and other events for the Danish judges.
I am authorized to judge entire FCI Groups 6 and 4 at championship level, and at the moment I am working on FCI Group 2.
In my personal life, I live with my partner Karin and my son. Our family love dogs, and they play a vital part of our lives.
Milovan Mrdak - SRB
Mrdak Milovan from Serbia F.C.I. show judge for the 2nd and 3rd groups. Experiences from dog shows in Europe and USA. Specializing in group 2. nd. Judged specialty shows of molossoid breeds /dogue de bordeaux, mastiff, bullmastiff, cane corso, presa canario, dogo argentino, fila brasiliero, dogo malorqin, american buldogs in USA and Europe. Realized a few seminars about breeds d´Dogue de bordeux, Cane corso. The first president of molosses club in ex-Yugoslavia.
Today president of the Serbian Dogue de Bordeaux club. He actively presents his own dogs at European and USA shows. Wrote a few articles about moloss breed. More than 25 years working as a dog trainer in own school Dog master.
Today active breeder of Dogue de Bordeaux breed.
Oliver Simon - CRO
Black Russian Terrier
Basset – all
I have been involved with dogs since my childhood. My first breed was the Labrador Retriever and later on I bred under the kennel name Anoneel both Pugs and Rottweilers.
I bred and owned multiple Champions in all three breeds.
Today I am not breeding any more because I am extremely busy with our work and travelling. My wife Suzana is also an International FCI judge and we run two extremely busy and successful grooming shops.
At the moment we own a 13,5 years old Irish Terrier female.
I became a Croatian Kennel Club all breed judge in 2000 and I have judged all around the world at the National, International and Specialty shows.
I speak fluently English, Russian, Hungarian and Croatian.
Dogs are my passion and a big part of my everyday life. Other than that I enjoy tremendously my other hobby – catfish fishing.
Judie Rowlands - UK
I have been actively involved in the breed since 2005 when my ex-husband and I stumbled on Shar Pei when looking for a new breed to show, we had taken a break from showing while raising our young family and felt the time was right to get back into the show ring. We fell in love with the breed, a feeling I am sure you are all familiar with. We actively showed together under our affix of Meixiu. After we parted ways, I continued to be actively involved in breeding and showing and judging on my own and my most notable achievements were breeding Ch. Meixiu Makin Mischief, the first and still only UK black female. She won the CC and BOS at Crufts in 2014. In 2018 her son Ch Meixiu Keeps out of Mischief went one better winning BOB at Crufts. I still lightly show and I am looking forward to campaigning my new young hopeful in 2023.
I have been actively involved in the breed clubs in the UK since owning the breed and I was a serving committee member of the Shar Pei club of Great Britain for many years and held office as the show manager & secretary. During my time on the committee, we organised championship shows, weekend showing events and health seminars and were lucky enough to persuade Linda Tintle to attend from America to present to our members. I was also involved in organising and helping to run the judging seminars for people wanting to begin judging. In recent years and up to present I am a serving member of the Midland Shar Pei club.
I have been judging in the UK since 2011 and I am passed to award CC’s at championship level. I am honoured to have been asked to judge such a prestigious show and I look forward to meeting you all getting the opportunity to assess your dogs.