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Ebo v.d. Groote Maat
Ebo v.d. Groote Maat
Kastra’s sire, the champion, Bundessieger and IDC Sieger Ebo v.d. Groote Maat/ 1982 (Egor v.d. Eland x Baroness Eva v. Rensloo), was also a sire of significance. Ebo was an elegant yet powerful male with a very solid, stable disposition, coming from two parents also known for their very strong dispositions. Ebo‘s mother, Baroness Eva v. Rensloo/1976 (Alva v. Franckenhorst x Gräfin Graziedotter) was one of the famous B litter v. Rensloo, a litter fortunate to have had two beautiful parents with very solid characters.  Eva‘s brown son, Ebo, skipped the first generational phenotype linkup,  being far more typical of his grandsire, the fiery Alva v. Franckenhorst/1971 (Chico v. Forell x Amarilda v.d. Wachenburg), Angekört.
 
Mia and Kalina v. Norden Stamm
Mia and Kalina v. Norden Stamm
As a brown Ebo had only a handful of matings in his lifetime, yet successfully passed his superior qualities onto a small, but highly influential group of champions and Siegers.  The most internationally signifigent of these were: In Spain, the champion and multi-Sieger Tor Bey de Amiluc/1987 (Ebo x Jill di Los Valienties). In Japan, the Res. Sieger and Japanese National Champion Falko di Los Valienties/1986 (Ebo x Odysee di Los Valienties). In Germany, the champion and multi-Siegerin Mia v. Norden Stamm/1987 (Ebo x Anka v. Flandrischen Löwen), and in Germany and the USA, the champion and multi-Siegerin Kalina v. Norden Stamm/1985 (Ebo x Alida v. Flandrischen Löwen). Also in the USA was the Am. Champion Danzig v. Adlercrest/1987 (Ebo x Amida v. Flandrischen Löwen).

Danzig v. Adlercrest
Danzig v. Adlercrest
Baroness Eva v. Rensloo
Baroness Eva v. Rensloo

Baroness Eva‘s full sister, Bonita, also had a superlative character (VH2, Angekört) and passed this quality onto her champion and Siegerin daughter Esmir v. Hermansjomaik/1982 (by Nicolai v. Klosterkamp).  Esmir was a spirited, almost masculine looking bitch, who in turn produced yet another handsome sire of significance with an excellent character, the multi-Sieger Hargos v.t. Wantij/1986 (by Hertog Alpha v. Le Dobry.)  The Hargos story is discussed in detail in the 3rd. Quarter 1999 Focus.

Esmir v. Hermansjomaik
Esmir v. Hermansjomaik
Hargos v.t. Wantij
Hargos v.t. Wantij
Baron Bryan v. Harro’s Berg
Baron Bryan v. Harro’s Berg

The third productive member of the Rensloo family was the champion brother, Baron Cecar v. Rensloo. He had a superlative working career (VH3 before 23 months, IPO 3, Sch.H. 3, RCI 3, FH and was also Dutch Working Champion.)  Cecar in turn sired the multi-Sieger Baron Bryan v. Harro’s Berg/1985 (Cecar x Vitesse v. Franckenhorst), Sch.H. 3, IPO 3 and top graded at German, French and Belgium character tests. Baron Bryan needs no introduction to Dobermann people and was the third sire of significance the Rensloo siblings produced between them, underlining the relevance of this family in the Dobermann history. [Bryan is discussed in detail in the 1st. Quarter 1998 Focus]


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