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*Freddie*
Agha Djari's U Got The Look
*Freddie*

(SBIS Ch.Xenos Comment x Multi SBIS Ch.Khafka's Hot Spices)
DoB 04.06.2006
UK, French Champion

A SBIS winner in UK
A Groupe Winner in France
Multiple classe winner at championship shows in UK.
Res.CC from the junior classes 2nd best male over around 60 at the City of Birmingham Show under breeder-judge Mr. Michael Gadsby/ UK

Freddie finished his UK championship at the tender age of 2 years, what an accomplishemnt for this young, stunning boy !

two comments:

Windsor Champ.Show judge Gavin Robertson (Soletrader)
Post Graduate Dog. 1. Agha Djari's U Got The Look, delighted to have a dog of this style under me, was exactly what I was looking for, lovely shape, powerful dog in lovely condition, head has detail & lovely expressive eyes, movement smooth, springy with style of high order, nice tail carriage, was a pleasure to watch him glide around the ring, CC & BOB

Birmingham City Champ. Show judge Martin Sanders 3rd CC and his crown.
Limit Dog. A good class. 1. Agha Djari's U Got The Look, congratulations to the person who named this exhibit, he certainly has got the look in my opinion, you don't have to have bred an Afghan puppy, fed it , watched it grow up & develop & fully mature when quality with charisma confronts you at any stage of its development you can't mistake or miss it, this exhibit has that stare and look through you attitude that only an Afghan possesses, as an individual he possesses a balanced head, excellent eye, super neck which has good strength & length, clean shoulder, firm topline with good width, leading to a correct tail set with desired ring his overall balance is good, has tremendous bone with large padded feet, on the move he is most impressive showing a true spring, excellent rear drive and forward reach, he certainly has that style of high order which separated him from the rest, add all this to excellent coat & presentation, what more would you ask for? a pleasure to judge. CC his third, BOB, & G3
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