Baron Bryan vom Harro’s Berg – Von Forell

                               Chico v. Forell, Ger. Ch., Bdsgr, DV-Sgr      (01-07-1968)

                   Alva v. Franckenhorst, SchH 3, Angek. 1A (ZVA), Int. + Ger. + Ned. Ch., Welt-Sg, FCI Ch., b/r
                              Amarilda v.d. Wachenburg      (17-08-1969)
          Baron Cecar v. Rensloo, SchH 3, IPO 3, FH, Ned. Ch., Ned-Work Ch., HD-2      (29-02-1976)
                              Kasmir-Kandy, Int. Ch.      (26-09-1970)

                   Bryanstam’s Gräfin-Graziedotter, S48535/73

                              Gravin Grazie, Nor. Ch., Scandinavian winner      (02-03-1970)      (Imp. Sweden)

Baron Bryan v. Harro’s Berg, SchH 3, IPO 3, FH, AD, Angek. 11A (ZVA), Multi-Ch., Multi-Sg Winner, HD-2   (27-05-1985)   (Holland)

                               Guy’s Hilo v. Norden Stamm, SchH 3, ZTP-V1A, Multi-Ch., Bdsg, Euro-Sg, HD-1

                   Nimrod Hilo v. Franckenhorst, SchH 3, HD-1      (19-12-1976)
                              Olive of Bamby’s Pride, SchH 3, HD-1      (12-06-1970)
          Vitesse v. Franckenhorst, SchH 3, HD-1      (02-03-1980)
                              Ingo v. Forell, Ned. Ch.      (11-02-1973)

                   Medina die Piani di Praglia, SchH 1, Multi-Ch.      (Imp. Italy)

                              Della v. Franckenhorst      (16-12-1973)

This black male was bred in Holland. The German judge H. Wiblishauser wrote: “A very big male with a good topline, correct tailset and a deep chest. A powerful neck, wich could be a little bit longer. The head is correct with parallel planes. The eyes are dark, the tan is dark, good detition, the movement is correct”. This male is the most or one of the most successful showdogs in Dobermann history.

Bryan won many titles and was hard to beat in the showring. He won the IDC title twice (1998 and 1989). He became Bundessieger, Europa Sieger and DV Sieger. He was also Dutch, German, Belguim, French, Austrian, Luxembuourgh and International Champion. Baron Bryan also won the World Winner title in 1990. He was best of breed in 1987 at the Dutch Dobermann Champion Show and won the French Dobermann Champion Show in 1988 and 1989. He almost achieved everything.

He had an excellent character although he failed the Körung’. He passed his IPO 3 several times with excellent scores. As a sire it will become very difficult for him to fulfil the high expectations concerning his extra ordinary succes in the showring. He has sired some excellent progeny to date.

Linebreeding: …………… None in first 5 generations