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 Article by Miriam Meazza
 
 
With a great emotion we have witness the conquest of another title - IDC Sieger became an excellent brown male Dee Jay Steinhage Grad, son of the great Multi Ch.Alfa Adelante Del Citone (Ch.Prinz v. Norden Stamm x Ch.Tequila Mali Del Citone), winning this title in 1997. A great deal of congratulations goes to Alfa who has always fullfilled the expectations showing himself as a great champion and a fantastic stud male. It's not by chance that , between his many champion sons all over the world, we can admire 9 winners of the IDC SIEGER title (5 Sieger and 4 J Sieger) and 8 of these winners are brown. These results crown him as one of the greatest stud male in Dobermann history and, without any doubt, the best selector of the brown color variety. Dee Jay v. Steinhage Grad
Dee Jay v. Steinhage Grad
     
Alfa Adelante del CItone
Alfa Adelante del CItone
Prinz v. Norden Stamm
Prinz v. Norden Stamm
Tequila Mali del Citone
Tequila Mali del Citone


 
     
If we want to stay on this important bloodline, it's impossible not to mention Alfa's most affirmed heir, the young Ardens Gauguin (Ch.Alfa Adelante del Citone x Ardens Eclypse de Luna). Gauguin is a male of two and a half years old that, after having astonished all dobermann lovers with beauty of his sons during the recent Campionato Sociale AIAD, hasn't lost this new important show to introduce to the whole world his very interesting progeny among which we first must mention a brown male winner of the title of IDC J Sieger Merlino Ardens della Favola. If we carefully obsere these first but very important results of his sons, to which later also joined the title of BD J Sieger, and when we consider the young age of Gauguin we can be sure to have found the male that, as stud dog, can soon become the real successor of his great father Alfa Adelante del Citone.
 
Ardens Gauguin
Ardens Gauguin
Merlino Ardens della Favola
Merlino Ardens della Favola
Ardens Eclypse de Luna
Ardens Eclypse de Luna
 
 
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