The best selected subjects
The land of Collacchioni they hosted the XXIII Italian Cup for continental pointing breeds. An event of great importance in which the best subjects selected and represented by the Specialized Associations of Continental, Italian and foreign pointing dogs compete. Friday afternoon as usual, analysis, discussion and planning, with the presidents of all the Specialized Associations and the ENCI councilors Alfio Guarnieri and Elisabetta Bucalossi. Saturday and Sunday dedicated to three tests, in addition to the morphological check, which confirmed, as last year, the Breton winners of the Cup.
While for the individual cup the kurzhaar Atos del Poggetto, owned by Boerner Katharina, conducted by Roberto Scarpecci, was established, the checks also saw the achievement of the CACITs of Ardruber Fiona owned and conducted by Benedetto Siciliani on the first day and of Atos in the two days del Poggetto in the second. The first Venicio Tognolo Trophy, presented by Mrs. Tognolo, to the best subject of the Italian continental pointing breeds, was awarded to the Italian pointer Gagia owned by Giampiero Piazza and led by Adriano Turci.
Highly prestigious objective
A heartfelt thanks from the ENCI Board of Directors to the daily work of the Specialized Associations and their great attention to the selection of these splendid breeds, which have achieved zootechnical objectives of the highest prestige in their function. For the punctual and perfect organisation, a heartfelt thank you goes to the Arezzo Dog Club, its president Alessandra Pelini, assisted by Riccardo Soderi and Elisabetta Bucalossi representing the Tuscany Regional Dog Council. Thanks to all the judges and the many collaborators who worked to allow each evaluated subject to have the attention and ideal conditions to be able to express themselves at their best. To Cristina Da Prato, Marco Vettori, Paolo Andreini and the ENCI employees, who worked tirelessly in the secretariat. Last but not least Domenico Coradeschi who granted the Collacchioni area, an ideal training ground for these breeds (source: ENCI).