Breeder- and Progeny classes
from kennel Fallohide

Kennel Fallohide is the first breeder of basenjis and pharaoh hounds to win the competition for Breeder- and Progeny class at an
international championship show in Denmark

In the early days a Breeders Class was made up by 5 dogs used once 
Now a days only 4 dogs are required and the same dogs can be used time and time again - and no points are given anymore for the class to qualify. 
So you see, it was more difficult in the beginning, like so many things are

A list of some of the placings with both basenjis & Pharaoh hounds
I wish I had all placings, perhaps one day

November 1980
DKK International, Herning
For the first time shown in Denmark: 
Pharaoh hound breeders- &
progeny class 
Both groups placed - Best in Show
3
 Studdog/sire: Tutankhamon 


16. August 1981 
DKK International, Otterup
Pharaoh hound progeny class - Best in Show 
Studdog/sire: Tutankhamon 
&
Pharaoh hound breeders class - Best in Show 2


26. September
1982
DKK International, Roskilde
For the very first time in Denmark: 
  Basenji breeders-
& progeny class 
 
Both groups placed Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide

17. October 1982
DKK International, Hillerød
  Basenji breeders- & progeny class 
 
Both groups placed Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide

17. April 1983
National Championship Show, Roskilde
  Basenji breeders- & progeny class 
 
Both groups placed Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide


20. August 1983 - Venue ...
  Basenji breeders- & progeny class 
 
Both groups placed Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide

24. September 1983
DKK International, Copenhagen
  Basenji breeders- & progeny class 
 
Both groups placed Best in Show 2
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide


1984 
15. April  - National Championship Show, Roskilde
 Breeders class with basenjis - Best in Show


16. June - International Championship Show, Copenhagen
Basenji progeny class - Best  in Show
Studdog/sire: Azenda Phuma of Fallohide
&
Basenji breeders class  - Best in Show

 11. August  - International Championship Show Otterup

Otterup August - 1984
Breeders Class - Best in Show
From left: Fallohide The Extra Terrestrial - Fallohide Lady Emily Jane - Fallohide Lady Fallon - Fallohide Sir Fula Falcon and at far right: Fallohide Fancy Lady of Vader

1985

21. September  - International Championship Show, Copenhagen
Basenji breeders class - Reserve Best in Show

1990
22. September  - International Championship Show, Copenhagen
 Basenji breeders class  - Best in Show 3

1992
8. November - International Championship Show, Herning
Basenji progeny class - Reserve Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Akuaba Bedeviled
&
 Basenji breeders class  - Best in Show 3

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1993
26. September - International Championship Show, Copenhagen
Basenji progeny class - Reserve Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Akuaba Bedeviled
&
 Basenji breeders class -
Reserve Best in Show

 1994
January - International Championship Show, Odense

After many years of showing only red-white basenjis in Breeder- and  Progeny classes, I  decided to try something newand different: To show a group of 5 basenjis in 2 different colors: red/white and tri-color - and this was the result:


Progeny Class - Reserve Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Akuaba Bedeviled
Another unbeaten record by Kennel Fallohide

From left: Fallohide Mr. King Kylie (tri) - Vedhauge Primadonna Tosca (r/w) - DKCh Fallohide Max the Headman (tri) - DKCh Fallohide Miniature Dwight - DKCh Fallohide Pippa Mercedes (tri) and Mickey standing proud at front

19. September  - International Championship Show, Copenhagen, 
Progeny Class - Reserve Best in Show
Studdog/sire: Akuaba Bedeviled

It was very difficult to win,  showing red/white and tri/color basenjis, however I am proud to say we were always placed !

My next goal/hope is to show a breeders class of either brindle or black/white basenjis! Ane here I am 10 years later with a litter of brindles and black/white, but not enough for a breeders class - one day, perhaps, who knows, it might be possible - otherwise Oliver will show the flag as sire to several litters of brindle basenjis.  A goal I unfortunately never was able to fullfill - Now in 2007, I have 3 basenjis, 2 are brindle and one is redwhite and I doubt I shall breed in future, just show a little now and again.  35 years is a lifetime and now I shall sit back and relax and watch our grandchildren win in the showring and this makes me proud 


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