Welcome To The World Of 
     Tanashka Hungarian Vizslas - Australia

On Saturday, 11th October 2014 at
The NSW Hungarian Vizsla Club Championship Speciality Show
(Judge: Marie Bailey from Ireland), Tanashka Ertekes Otto was awarded Reserve Challenge Dog,  Best Intermedidate in Show
and Runner-Up to Best in Show.
There were 42 entries in the sho
Otto was superbly handled by
Holly Greenfield who presented a wonderful and professional approach to handling Otto in hot conditions.
Well done Holly!!
Also a big thank you to Tim Barnard for all of their hard work in training Otto.
We really appreciate your support of our kennel and the love and care that you give to this lovely boy!!.

07.01.2013 - Tanashka Hungarian Vizslas and family spent valuable time together during
Christmas and New Year -
just having simple fun!!
In this photo you can see Indy, Otto, Isobel, Magdelena and Mirabai.

Two Of A Kind - Otto and Magdelena!

On 13 April 2012 and following in her mother's footsteps,
 Csoda won Bitch CC, Best of Breed at the Purina Sydney Royal Dog Show.
As always, she was superbly handled by Nikki Zullo.

to view the link to Csoda's mum, Ashka, click on the photo below:-

Photo taken on 11 January 2012 with Indy, Isobel, Mimi,
Kraka, Klara, Csoda, Fruska, Ashka, Matilda and Rubee.
Fruska is Ashka's sister and her parents are Kraka and Klara.
Fruska was boarding at Tanashka.

Vizsla Wheel Of Fortune
Ashka, Csoda, Jodie, Darius and Klara amongst the Clivias

The Early Morning Sun Shines at Tanashka

Below is Nikki with Australian Champion Tanashka Maganyos Csoda  
Judge: Mrs Agneta Pamp (Sweden)
RUBISS NSW Hungarian Vizsla Club Show 24/4/11
Puppy In Show NSW Hungarian Vizsla Club Show 24/04/11
RBCC NSW Hungarian Vizsla Club Show 24/04/11

Judges quote: Excellent type. Excellent feminine head, correct bite. Very good topline and underline. Strong croup. Broad well muscled upper thigh. Excellent hind angulation. Well developed forechest, excellent front angulations. Very good bone and feet. Moves very well.
Below is Nikki with Australian Champion Tanashka Magus Krakajak 
Challenge Dog / Aust Bred in Show - Judge: Mrs Agneta Pamp (Sweden) 
at NSW Hungarian Vizsla Club Specialty Show 24/04/11

Judges quote:
Excellent type. Very well shaped head. Beautiful expression. Correct bite. Excellent topline and croup. Excellent angulated hindquarter. Very good underline. Excellent front angulations. Good bone and feet. Moves very well.
A dog of excellent quality.

Below is RUBISS Aust Ch Tanashka Osi Aggie known as "Ashka"
winning Best Of Breed 2009 Sydney Royal Easter Show
under Judge, Mr Zoran Brankovic, (Serbia/Montenegro). 
was handled superbly by Nikki Zullo.

Below is the beautiful "Showgirl" 
with her handsome son, "Vegas"

Their owners are: Luke and Paul
The sire and dam of Vegas is below:
Aust Ch Tanashka Magus Krakajak x Aust Ch Tanashka Acepak Showgirl.

The Vizsla is a Hunter, Pointer and Retriever (HPR).
As breeders at Tanashka Kennels our philosophy is underpinned
by rigorous and meticulous research of bloodlines available,

both Australian Bred and imported, and the application of this to
our breeding programme. 
Our dogs have met many people who visit our property and they love the
interaction with them. Each person who meets our dogs begin to
understand what is needed to be a Vizsla owner.
Time, patience, indulgence
and love are the prerequisites.

From this we endeavour to produce dogs that capture
the essence of the breed. Our Vizslas are selectively bred for
temperament and soundness of health. 


Our puppies are reared in an environment where socialisation and
breed specific characteristics are enhanced. 

We think that our dogs enjoy a total satisfaction situation
They are allowed to run free and be themselves.
As you venture into our site you will see that each one of
our dogs has it's own personality.

We are located on a one acre property on the fringes of
Sydney in Camden, New South Wales, Australia.

Our prefix "Tanashka" has it's origins from the
pedigree of our foundation bitch "GEORGIE"
  BISS Australian Champion Hanafor Tantu Ashka.

Our dogs, above everything, are our pets.

Enquiries welcome at isobelquinn@internode.on.net

It is surmised that the russet gold colour of the Vizsla developed when the
Magyars, in their journeys and conquests,
their hunting dogs with yellow Turkish pointing dogs
and that the word Vizsla is derived from the
Turkish (Ugrian) word meaning "to seek". 

 (RUBIS Aust Ch Tanashka Dzsentri Klara in the header photo above)

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