Zoldmali Extreme represents ‘THE HUNGARIAN WIREHAIRED VIZSLA’ for me. He sums up everything I am looking for in the breed. A dog that makes a great impression on everyone. Extreme lives up to his name. He has an eye-catching outlook with a very elegant movement, full of power and muscles. He has all the drive and ability my dream dog is supposed to have, but a very calm and easy to live with dog at home. He is a very friendly dog and luckily gets along very well with male dogs as well. He has showed how special he is from a very early age. His enthusiasm to work and drive was more than appealing. He was crazy about any game dead or live. He is a natural retriever and swimmer. He was jumping in the water, chasing ducks already at 4 months. He was a joy to train, and he was very happy to see me happy.
With less than 1 year of age, he, along with his sisters: Echo and Etna, passed the Field and Water Test (VMV) in 1st prize and the Hunting Aptitude Test (VAV). The VMV is quite a high level test, apart from my dogs, very few (maybe none) dogs do this test before the age 1,5 years. This tests includes: hunting, pointing, steady to flush and shot; retrieving feather and fur, both blind; tracking feather and fur game; directing in deep water; blind retrieval from water and from reeds.
At 15 months, Zoldmali Extreme passed the ÖTV in 1st prize (its the same as the VMV, but organized in the autumn and includes the live duck tracking), and was awarded 3rd on a Field Trial Derby.
With less than 17 months of age, he won 2 X CACT, CACIT on the International Field Trial in Hungary, and than won 2nd and a 3rd place in the Field Trial Derby. He is the youngest Wirehaired Vizsla ever to own these titles.
With less than 2,5 years of age, he was already Hungarian Work Champion and owned 4 CACIT titles, 3 from Field Trial, and one from the most difficult competition of Hungary: the all-round competition (field-water-forest) for all pointing dog breeds, the Irsa Vad-Farm Kupa. He not only won that competition, but also won the Best Field Work and Best Forest Work Special Award. He made history not only in the breed, but probably in all pointing dog breeds by winning the CACIT (winner title) on an International Field Trial, and than next week won the CACIT on the all-round competition. They say, one dog can excell in either this or that, but not both. Well, Extreme is just extreme!
I would also like to highlight, that out of my ‘E’ litter (out of Zöldmáli Lepke and Django du Domaine Saint Hubert) I kept 3 pups: Extreme, and 2 sisters: Echo and Etna. The original plan was, to keep the best one in the long run, but all 3 became the BEST, so all 3 stay. Extreme got 2 X CACIT on Field Trial at 17 months of age, his sister Etna won CACIT and 2 X CACT on Field and Water Trial with 15 and 16 months of age, and Echo won res CACIT and 2 X Derby Winner and 3 X Excellent on Field Trial till 18 months of age. I don’t know of any litters in the Wirehaired Vizsla Breed, who could come up with anything similar. They are pretty special dogs to say the least.
All 3 of them: Etna, Echo and Extreme were part of the Wirehaired Vizsla Team of Hungary on the Field Trial European Cup in 2016, who won 2nd place. (The other 2 team members were my Henna and Anouk), and in 2017 with Henna and Lepke, in Denmark, won the FT European Cup, and the 3 siblings were the Winner Team in Derby as well.
Extreme is available at stud to approved bitches.