2011 Masters World

Dog Sport Tournament

for German Shepherd Dogs June 24-26, 2011

 

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2011 Masters Contact

 

 

Principal Promoter & Founder

Carlos Rojas

201.873.8496

jagermeister408@aol.com

 

2002 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 10th place (Cay v. Tiekerhook)

2003 North American FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2003 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 6th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 Southeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 5th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 Southeastern Regional Championship High Tracking (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 North American FH Vice Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 New England Regional FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 New England Regional SchH3 Championship 4th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 3rd place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2004 Northeastern Regional SchH1 Vice Champion (Fanto vom Kirchenwald)

2004 USA German Shepherd Dog National Championship 7th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2005 AWDF FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2005 North American FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2005 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 4th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2006 AWDF FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2006 North American FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2006 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 6th place (Ikke van't Heukske)

2006 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Vice Champion (Branco vom Banholz)

2007 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Championship 6th place (Branco vom Banholz)

2007 FCI World FH Championship Qualifier (Ikke van't Heukske)

2008 AWDF FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2008 North American FH Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2008 Northeastern Regional SchH3 Champion (Branco vom Banholz)

2008 Northeastern Regional Championship High Obedience (Branco vom Banholz)

2008 USA GSD National Vice Champion (Branco vom Banholz)

2008 USA GSD National Championship High Obedience (Branco vom Banholz)

2009 GSDCA-WDA FH Vice Champion (Ikke van't Heukske)

2009 FCI World Championship 28th place & USA Team 4th place overall (Branco vom Banholz)

2010 WUSV Championship USA Team Captain

GSDCA-WDA National Training Director (2009-2010)

GSDCA-WDA Certified Helper (2009-2010)

Alpha K-9 Schutzhund Club President/Training Director

Dog Sport Enterprise President

2008 Masters World Dog Sport Tournament Principal Promoter & Founder

2011 Masters World Dog Sport Tournament Principal Promoter & Founder

Principal Promoter & Founder

Ray Carlisle

845.352.6300

caradobe@aol.com

Ray Carlisle has owned and cared for dogs most of his life. He purchased his first Doberman in 1961 beginning
a lifelong "love affair" with the breed.

An avid student of the Doberman, Ray has developed
a well planned and successful breeding program under
the kennel name CARA; combining the best American and European bloodlines, striving for the TOTAL Doberman. CARA Dobermans can be found all over the world; competing in the conformation, obedience, and agility show rings, on the sport field, as search and rescue dogs, police canine dogs, and as loyal family companions. At the American Working Dog Federation (AWDF) 2000 Championships, the three-member Doberman team won for the first time. Two of the
three team members, Schutzhund I and Schutzhund II, were CARA littermates.

Since becoming an AKC licensed judge in 1981, Ray has had the honor of judging many National Specialties around the world including Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2006), United Doberman Club (UDC), Brazil, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Uruguay, Venezuela, England, South Africa, Jamaica, and Canada. He also has judged specialties in Australia and Germany as well as the DPCA Top 20 event in 1991 and 1998.

A founding member of the UDC, Ray served for two years as its first President and accepted the honor again for 2006 and 2007. He continues to serve as an officer, conformation, Breed Survey and temperament test judge, and Director of Judges (DOJ) Ray co-chaired the War Dog Committee, and is responsible for having the statue "Always Faithful" erected in Guam in honor of the courageous Doberman Pinschers that valiantly served during the war in the Pacific. He also has been an active member of the DPCA for many years, serving as its President for two years; First Vice President for two years, and Director for six years. Ray served on several DPCA committees including Judges Education, and was Chairman of the DPCA Schutzhund committee for several years. He presently serves on the DPCA ROM committee and is a ROM evaluator. Ray is licensed to judge Doberman Pinschers, German Pinschers, Great Danes, and Jr. Showmanship. Ray is a member of the Great Dane Club of America, and also past President and member of the Rockland County Kennel Club (all breed), member of the DVG and USA Schutzhund clubs, the Abteilund Kiel (Doberman Verein in Germany), and founding member and past President of the Doberman Pinscher Club of the Tappan Zee. He served as American Working Dog (AWDF) President for 2 years and Treasurer for 4 years. Ray is the current president and founder of the Tri-State Doberman Club.

Ray published Top Dobe and The World of the Working Dog magazines for 10 years in the mid-‘70’s. During that time he originated the "Top 20" event, later turning it over to the DPCA. The event has not only endured, it has become one of the most prestigious and well attended of Doberman events. It is hosted annually in conjunction with the DPCA National Specialty since 1973, celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2008. A number of other national breed clubs in the U.S. and abroad now hold their own Top 20 events.

Ray shares his home in Warwick, New York with several Dobermans.

Principal Promoter & Event Coordinator

Frank Pinho

848.565.7024

reel96@aol.com

For those of you who do not know me, my name is Frank Pinho and I am a member of the Alpha K9 Schutzhund Club. I have been involved with the wonderful world of Schutzhund for approximately 5 years. There are no words than can express my passion and devotion for this sport. For the last 2 years, I have been competing with my dog, Eddi von Haus Heldmann. This year I was fortunate enough to achieve one of my goals, to qualify and compete in my first National Event. It was both an honor and a pleasure to be able to compete on the same field as a few of the World Class Competitors’ of this year’s Masters World Dog Sport Tournament.

For the short period of time that I have been involved with the Schutzhund community, I have witnessed remarkable comradery and established new friendships with many outstanding people. These factors fuel my opinion that the people involved in Schutzhund, are a step above the ordinary.

I am humbled and honored to be affiliated with this year’s Masters World Dog Sport Tournament. To be a part of this spectacular event, and to be able to witness World Class Judging, Helpers and Competitors all in one place is truly extraordinary.  I pledge my assistance to all the Judges, Helpers and Competitors in whatever way possible so that we can make this spectacular event enjoyable and memorable for years to come.

Thank you and I would like to personally wish all the World Class Competitors the Best of Luck.

Principal Promoter & Event Coordinator

Kevin Rutherford

609.413.4710

krutherford@dienerbrick.com

 

My name is Kevin Rutherford.  I have been involved with the German Shepherd dog for the last 20 years.

 

I became aware of the great Sport of Schutzhund 6 years ago and have been training with Carlos Rojas at the Alpha k-9 Schutzhund Club for the last five years.

 

Schutzhund  is one of the most challenging, but at the same time fulfilling endeavors, I have attempted. I currently have two German Shepherds which I am training.

 

I hope to help accomplish two things with my involvement with the 2011 Master’s Tournament. Continue to promote this great sport with the goal of elevating it to the level it deserves, and to provide a venue that gives top competitors from around the world the recognition they deserve.

 

I think the Masters Tournament creates the excitement within the Dog Sports community and interest  amongst people not aware of the sport that will help to accomplish this.

 

I wish to thank the esteemed judges present at this year's Tournament and want to wish the Best of Luck to all The Masters Competitors who undoubtedly are "The Master's"

 

Ocean County Public Relations

Renee Kennedy

rkcurrents@comcast.net

Event Secretary & Website Designer

Ai Rojas

201.724.6079

aiyoshino@hotmail.com

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