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Alida v. Flandrischen Löwen
Alida v. Flandrischen Löwen
Ali v. Langenhorst
Ali v. Langenhorst
Jago v. Beleen
Jago v. Beleen

Kastra’s tail line was all German breeding at its very best. Her dam was the champion and Siegerin Alida v. Flandrischen Löwen/1984 (Ali v. Langenhorst x Alexa v. Heiderhof) Sch.H. 3, FH.  Alida came out of a blue ribbon parentage. Her sire was Ali v. Langenhorst/1977 (Guys Hilo v. Norden Stamm x Biene v. Niederkassel) and her dam Alexa v. Heiderhof/1980 (Bronco v. Zenn x Eicke v. Stadtwald). Both Sieger dogs and Ali was also Angekört.  Alexa‘s sire, Bronco v. Zenn/1975 (Jago v. Beleen x Elke v. Pflälzer Wald), was also Angekört and a Sieger. And Bronco‘s sire, Jago v. Beleen/1971 (Chico v. Forell x Dascha v. Forell), was Angekört and a Sieger as well.  Jago’s sire in turn, was the Sieger male Chico v. Forell/1968 (Odin v. Forell x Cita Germania) - a cornerstone sire behind all important post war German dogs today. The strength of the pedigree is quite impressive.

Chico v. Forell
Chico v. Forell
Bronco v. Zenn
Bronco v. Zenn

But Alida was an important bitch in her own right as much as for her gold plated pedigree. She is discussed in detail in the 2nd Quarter, 1994 Focus.  Briefly, Alida was a medium sized, strong-boned, fiery bitch, with great substance and elegance, inheriting the very best from her predominately Sieger and Angekört forebears. In fact the A litter v. Flandrischen Löwen set milestones for achievments with 4 champions, 2 Sieger dogs and two Angekört dogs coming out of it. Alida achieved as much success the whelping box as in the showring, and has exerted a truly remarkable influence on the breed internationally. Especially so, considering she was only a bitch.


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