Show Results

Eastern Jacobin Association Judges report. Jan. 13th & 14th, 2017

Clint Robertson

It was nice to be asked to Judge the Eastern Jacobin Club Show this past January in Lancaster. I have never had the opportunity to judge this show before but I was well aware of the history of the club and the caliber of the breeders through my years in Jacobins.

I left home at 3:30 am Thursday morning for the 2 ½ hour drive to the airport only to be caught in one of the worst blizzards of the winter with visibility at times down to Zero. On at least 6 occasions I found myself stopped on the highway with my door open looking for the yellow line in the blowing snow to see if I was still on the road. When I finally arrived in Winnipeg the storm had strengthened and the highways where closed behind me. I boarded my plane only to then find out the Airport was completely shut down and so we were taken off and I was stranded in the airport. Six hours later the storm let up and you could once again see the planes from the terminal and we were able to take off. I arrived in Harrisburg Thursday on a late flight. I stepped off the plane into balmy 63F weather with green grass. A far cry from the minus 30 degree wind chill I had left behind in Manitoba. It was a good feeling to finally be there. Dave Clinton and his wife picked me up and I was in my room in Lancaster next to the show hall by Midnight.

On Friday morning, along with my longtime friend Bob Vincent who was judging the Fantails, I had a nice breakfast with Clay Williams and Steve Gaskin who had made it up from Texas the day before. The show hall was very nice. Well laid out with a nice judging area. I was told that 280 Jacobins had been entered. A very nice number of birds for one breed by anyone’s standards.

Judging started just past 2pm. Dave Clinton and John Manckia had everything well under control and before long our first class was in the judging pens.

Almonds were a small class but some nice birds were shown in the color. A nice O.C. with smooth feather and good station was best. I would like to have seen more break in the birds color but overall a very balanced Jacobin with nice features.

Blacks were a large class. There was a great deal of variation among the Blacks shown with many different styles and types of birds and at the same time no one bird that really excelled. This made it the most difficult class to judge of the entire show. Particularly the old cocks. In the end a young cock was best Black and the Old cock was reserve. The young Cock was not a big feathered bird but he had a very nice shape and smooth hard feather and a very nice presence in the show pen with few faults. The old cock was a towering, tall bird always up on his toes but lacked in chain extension and top feather and had poorer color.

Kite/Dun Class had some very nice birds. In the young hen class the winner was one of the biggest feathered hens of any color I have seen. She was not as smooth as I would like but the power, chain and top the hen had was quite remarkable. One of the more valuable breeding birds I have seen. The winning old hen was also a dun well worth mentioning. She was tall, very smooth and classy. A very stylish, hard feathered hen also of great breeding value. Young cocks had a great bird come out on top with lots of power and really nice balance. Old cocks had some powerful Kites with good feather length and structure. Some not as smooth and lacked the refinement I would like to see. However the 1st place old cock was very good and had the hard feather and length as well as the station and body refinement to enhance his feather length. The old Kite cock went on to win best of color.

Bars were a real eye opener. I was not at all expecting to see the quality, particularly in Silvers that were put in front of me. The blues had good length of feather and refinement but lacked mane and feather quality. However the silvers were stunning. 1st place in each yh, yc, oh & oc was won by a silver. Each of these birds could have easily won best Silver at any show I have judged. These birds were beyond good bar jacobins. They were outstanding Jacobins in any color. The old hen lacked condition but could easily have been the longest bodied most slender bird in the show. I would use her body as an example of what the standard calls for in regards to this feature. The young cock was beautiful with tremendous chain and hard feather. But the old cock put it together best with balance, structure and station and so went on to win best bar. All of these winning silvers had wonderful clear color with well defined bars. My understanding is these birds were owned and bred by three different breeders also. I tip my hat to all of them. Well done!

Splashes were a big class, and as expected quality was very good. The old cock class had some real power. The winning Old cock was quite a bird. He was extremely well balanced and showed constantly without any coaxing at all. Really a fantastic Jacobin! His weakness was a gap in his hood and some roughness in his mane which detracted from his otherwise smooth appearance. However he still easily won the old cock class. It was in the young cock class that I found my best splash. A red splash young cock with remarkable feather quality and fit. He had all the little details we look for in our best birds. He was very balanced and extremely smooth with a nice long neck and wealth of feather that carried right from the lower mane up over the top. Fit of chain and hood structure was perfect and he carried his mane up off his back. If I could improve upon him it would be to have him show more freely and give him more length of feather but all in all a superb Jacobin.

Whites had some very good Jacobins in all classes. The 1st place young cock was very powerful. He was in perfect feather condition. He had thick smooth feather and excellent station. I would like to see a longer neck and body with more refinement but still a very sound winner in the young cock class. The top 3 birds in each the yearling and Old white cock classes were very nice. First place in each of these classes pushed hard for best White. I liked the chain extension and top more on the yearling white cock but he did not stand as well and he had a weak spot in his mane. The old white cock had wonderful station and was a very well balanced bird with no flaws in his structure. Based on this the old white cock went on to win best White.

Yellows had some useful birds but not as deep in quality as in the splashes and whites I had already judged. In this class I found an easy winner in the Old Yellow cock. This bird stood out above the other yellows by far. He had a massive chain and top and fantastic station. Not often have I seen a bird with this feather power that held it together so well and displayed such fine quality of feather. Truly an exceptional Jacobin. As is the case with even our best Jacobins he did have a couple issues including a rough mane and a short neck and shorter thicker body which is often the case on birds that carry this much feather. But one of the better Yellows I have seen for sure.

A.O.C. class was small. However a couple very nice birds where shown in this class. An Andalusian Y.C. was very good with great color and beautiful structure. The Winning A.O.C. was the Old Cock. A very upright, elegant bird with great balance.

Then came the Reds! Wow! One of the finest classes of Jacobins I have seen and most definitely this class contained more power and depth than any other class in the show. What a nice group of birds to judge. Starting with the young hens I instantly found the sweetheart of the show. This little lady was and is one of the finest hens I have ever laid eyes on. Every little detail was correct. Chain and top-perfect. Station, length of neck, long slender body-perfection. Hard smooth feather and beautiful personality. She is what all seasoned Jacobin breeders strive for. If she had the power of an old cock she would have been a contender for champion. My highest praise goes to the breeder of this bird.

Old Red hens had another fantastic class winner. In many ways similar to the young hen just not quite as fancy. However I dare say if not for the young Red hen this hen would have been the next best hen in the show.

Young Red cocks had some beauties. The winning young cock was an extremely correct balanced bird with no flaws in his structure. All the little details were just right. He reminded me very much of the winning young splash cock. I would like to see him stand more freely but really a great bird. As a young bird it was hard for him to compete with the adult red cocks but it will be interesting to see him as a yearling.

Yearling red cocks had another great winner. A very smooth balanced cock that would hold his own anywhere.

Old Red cocks – what a great class! The 2nd place old red cock was great. Tall and balanced and smooth. Beautiful detail to his features. However the 1st place O.C. in this class is one of the best Jacobins I have ever laid eyes on! If anyone was paying attention to my judging and what I was explaining and how I was interpreting the standard it should have been obvious how it was going to play out at this point. The hardest thing to get on a powerful big feathered Jacobin is refinement as the standard calls for. The Standard states “long and slender stressing slimness and streamlined throughout”. Normally we only really start paying attention to this when we already have the power. Well this guy had it all. As I walked down that long line of powerful old red cocks, reaching out and touching each one I arrived at his pen. As I extended my hand and made contact, this bird popped!!!! He literally took my breath away. He was the most complete Jacobin I had seen in the show and by far the closest to the standard. Upon closer examination all the details were there. Perfect shape and structure, Chain, top and mane in perfect balance. Station- Oh the wonderful station- yet further enhanced by his long neck and long slender body. The class and elegance of this bird has remained with me since. No bird in that show was going to beat that cock on that day. It is unfortunate that in the rush no one got to take a good picture of that cock on that day. As someone who has judged around the world and bred my share of winning jacobins I would have liked to have had a good picture of that bird for people to see.

And so it was. GRAND CHAMPION went to the magnificent old Red cock. Reserve went to the very deserving Yellow Old cock. Champion Young went to the powerful and beautifully conditioned White young cock. Best opposite Sex went to the sweetheart -Red young Hen. What a great lineup of top quality Jacobins.

As a side note I would like to mention the group of genetic project jacobins that were presented. Although these birds were not judged in the regular lineup they were placed in the judging pens and our own genetic expert , Drew Lobenstein, gave a very interesting overview of the different projects and answered questions from the crowd of fanciers watching. Afterwards Drew was presented with a well-deserved award for his lifetime of contribution towards the introduction and advancement of new colors and features in not only Jacobins but other breeds as well. It was really good to see the Eastern Jacobin club take the initiative to recognize these achievements by one of the living legends in pigeon breeding today.

In closing I would like to comment on the professionalism of all the Jacobin breeders and exhibitors at this show. The birds were brought out well prepared and beautifully conditioned. This speaks volumes to the pride and devotion you have for these birds. A real class group. You have my respect and admiration. Thank you for this opportunity to judge.

Clint Robertson

Eastern Jacobin Association
Lancaster, Pa
January 13-15, 2017
Judge : Clint Robertson ( Jacobin Master Breeder – Canada)

Champion – OC Red 1649 (Dominic Rappucci)
Reserve Champion – OC Yellow 1329 (Vasil Dimitrov)
Second Reserve Champion – OC Red 1354 (Vasil Dimitrov)
Best Opposite Sex – YH Red 629 (John Manckia)
Best Young Bird – YC White 1515 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best in Bars – OC Silver Bar (Paul Zadarlik)
Best in Almonds - OC 510 (Paul Zadarlik)
Best in Blacks – YC 1124 (Igor Levitskiy)
Best in Whites – OC 1282 (Vasil Dimitrov)
Best in Reds – OC 1649 (Dominic Rappucci)
Best in Yellows – OC 1329 (Vasil Dimitrov)
Best In Splash – OC 1701 (Dominic Rappucci)
Best in AOC’s – OC 1167 (Steve Gaskin)
Best in Reduced – OH 1509 (Dominic Rappucci)



2016 NPA National Show

January 21-24, 2016

West Springfield, Ma.

Judge : Jim Mcgarrigle

Champion : Old Cock Splash 1189 – John Kichner

Reserve Champion : Old Cock White 824 – Igor Levitskiy

Best Opposite Sex : Old Hen Red 1253 – John Kirchner

Best Young : Kite 1433 – Vasil Dimitrov



Best in Class

Blue Bar : Young Hen 1208 – Gary Lee

Silver Bar : Old Hen 1005 – Gary Lee

Mealy : Old Hen 1417 – Tim Stajlkowski

Indigo : Old Cock 1165 – Steve Gaskin

AOC : Young Cock 5051 – Steve Gaskin

Almond : Old Cock 1247 – Rick Leimann

Kite/Dun : Old Cock 963 – Igor Levitskiy

Splash : Old Cock 1189 – John Kirchner

Red : Old Cock 1250 – Vasil Dimitrov

Yellow : Old cock 1329 – Vasil Dimitrov

Black : Old Cock 430 – Vasil Dimitrov

White : Old Cock 824 – Igor Levitskiy


Eastern Jacobin Association Show

Lancaster, Pa

January 7-10, 2016

Judge: Gary Lee




Yellow Old Cock 1077

Bred by John Kirchner


Reserve Champion

Red Yrl Cock 1264

Bred by John Kirchner


2nd Reserve Champion/Best Opposite Sex

Red Old Hen 1263

Bred by John Kirchner


Best White

White Old Hen 1105

Bred by John Kirchner


Best Dun/Kite

Young Hen 1323

Bred by John Kirchner


Best Red

Yrl Cock 1264

Bred by John Kirchner


Best Yellow

Yellow Old Cock 1077

Bred by John Kirchner


Best Almond

Almond Old Cock 230

Bred by Paul Zadarlik


Best Bar

Silver Bar Old Hen 1077

Bred by Paul Zadarlik





Easter Jacobin Association Show

Lancaster, Pa (January 9-11, 2015)

Judge : Bill Sacher (Jacobin Master Breeder – Canada)

Champion - Red Cock 1250 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Reserve Champion - White Cock 1282 (Vasil Dimitrov)

2nd Res. Champion - White Cock 1339 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Young - White Cock 1339 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best in Opposite Sex - Red Splash Hen 1054 (John Kirchner)

Best in Class/Color

Best Almond - Cock 0 (Paul Zadarlik Sr.)

Best Bar – Cock 230 (Paul Zadarlik Sr.)

Best AOC – Cock 1241 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Kite/Dun – Cock 1315 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Splash – Cock1302 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Yellow – Cock 1329 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Black - Cock 1244 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best Red – Cock 1250 (Vasil Dimitrov)

Best White – Cock 1282 (Vasil Dimitrov)




Eastern Jacobin Association Young Show

November 9, 2014

Judge : Charles Palmer


1503 14 Yellow Cock

Bred by Dominic Rappucci

Reserve Champion

905 14 Red Hen Cock

Bred by Igor Levitskiy



Jacobin Club Association

NPA Grand National 2014

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Judge - Jim Ecker

Champion – OC Kite – Ron Davis

Reserve Champion – OC White – Ron Davis

Second Reserve – YC Red 1086 – Steve Gaskin

Best Young – Red – Steve Gaskin

Best Opposite Sex – YH White – Steve Gaskin 


Class Winners

Best White (Old Cock 196) – Ron Davis

Best Red (YC 1086) – Steve Gaskin

Best Black (YC 402) – John Hundrup

Best Yellow (OC 213) – John Manckia

Best Splash (OC 845) – Steve Gaskin

Best Dun/Kite (OC 2950) – Ron Davis

Best AOC (OC 10) – Clay Williams

Best Bar (OC 844) – Drew Lobenstein

Best Almond (OC 715) – Ed & Sean Steinke

Best Indigo/Andalusian – (OC 400) – John Hundrup


Eastern Jacobin Association

January 9-12, 2014

Lancaster, Pa

Judge : Drew Lobenstein

Champion – White Cock 3868 – Vasil Dimitrov

Reserve Champion – Red YRC Cock 707 – Igor Levitskiy

2nd Reserve Champion – Yellow Old Cock 1040 – John Kirchner

Best Opposite Sex – Splash Old Hen 1054 – John Kirchner

Best Young- White Young Cock– Henry Scheid

Class Winners

Best White (Old Cock 3868) – Vasil Dimitrov

Best Red (YRC Cock 707) – Igor Levitskiy

Best Black (Old Cock 3024) – Igor Levitskiy

Best Yellow (Old Cock 1040) – John Kirchner

Best Splash (Old Hen 1054) – John Kirschner

Best Dun/Kite (Old Hen 1118) – John Kirschner

Best AOC (YRC Cock 1241) – Vasil Dimitrov

Best Bar (Old Cock 348) - Paul Zadarlik

Best Almond (Old Cock 637) – Francis D. Hilario




EJA Young Bird Show

Emmigsville, Pa

November 10, 2013

Champion : 1204 Red Cock – Vasil Dimitrov

Reserve Champion: 1000 Silver Cock – Gary Lee

Class Winners

Red Cock 1204 – Dimitrov

Yellow Cock – 504 Clinton

White Cock – 806 – Levitskiy

Dun Cock -801 – Levitskiy

Black Hen – 1400 Wissler

Splash Hen – 1202 Dimitrov

Almond Hen – 1001 – Lee

Bars Silver – 1000 - Lee

Midwestern Jacobin Club Annual Meet

Des Moines IA 2013

Judge - John Manckia (EJA President)

Champion ... Kite OC # 2950 ................. Ron Davis

Reserve Champ ... Red OC # 915 .................. Jim Ecker

Best Opposite Sex ...White OH # 181 ............ Ron Davis

Best Young ... Yellow YC # 517 .............. Clint Robertson

Color Class Winners

Bars ... Blue OC # 373 ........................... .. Justin Robertson

Indigo/Andalusian ... Indigo Bar OC # 361 .. Justin Robertson

Brown/Khaki ... Brown YC # 4003 .............. Robertson/ Boyland

Black ... OC # 489 ........................... ........ Clint Robertson

Kite/Dun ... OC # 2950 .......................... ... Ron Davis

Almond ... YC # 4301 .......................... ..... Doyle Zimmerman

Yellow ... OC # 980 ........................... ....... Jim Ecker

Red ... OC # 915 ........................... ........... Jim Ecker

Splash ... OC # 186 ........................... ....... Drew Lobenstein

AOC ... OC # 716 ........................... .......... Jessica Chavez

White ... OC # 916 ........................... ........ Jim Ecker


Eastern Jacobin Association - Lancaster Show January 2013

Champion # 3868 - White YRC - Vasil Dimitrov

Reserve #430 - Black OC - Vasil Dimitrov

2nd Reserve #321 - White OC - Jim Rini

BOS - #6 Red OH - Paul Zadarlik Sr./Jr.

Best Young - #707 - YH - Igor Leviskiy





Parade of Whites for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Reds for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Yellows for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Blacks for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Splashes for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Almonds for judging by John Hundrup

Parade of Bars for judging by John Hundrup

EJA Young Bird Show 2012


Champion 1057 Red Cock


Reserve Champion 1077 Yellow Cock

*** Both bred and owned by John Kirchner


Class Winners

Red (Hen) – 1055 Kirchner Red (Cock) – 1057 Kirchner (Champion)


Yellow (Hen) – 1056 Kirchner Yellow (Cock) – 1077 Kirchner (Best)

White (Hen) – 1074 Kirchner White (Cock) – 1052 Kirchner (Best)

Black (Hen) - 462 C & C Lofts (Best) Black (Cock) – 460 C & C Lofts

Splash (Hen) - 1053 Kirchner Splash (Cock) – 1060 Kirchner (Best)

Almond (Hen) – 805 Barra Almond (Cock) – Kooker (Best)

Kite (Hen) – 715 Levitskiy (Best)





Lancaster Show (January 12-15, 2012)
Judge :  Matt Soares


283 Jacobins entered by 18 members (The heat in Jacobins is in the EAST)

Grand Champion - Splash (Igor Levitskiy)

This Splash also won the Reserve Champion for the Best in Show

Reserve Champion - White (Vasil Dimitrov)














Second Reserve Champion – White (John Kirschner)

Best Young - Splash (Igor Levitskiy)
Best of Opposite Sex - Yellow (John Manckia)


Meet the Top Winners with Judge Matt Soares




Color Class Winners

Red - Igor Leviskiy             Splash - Igor Leviskiy

Yellow – John Manckia         Almond - (Paul Zadarlik Sr.)
White – Vasil Dimitrov           Black – Vasil Dimitrov
Kite/Dunn - John Manckia          Bar/Mealy – Rex Augustine

A.O.C. – Eric Kooker

Matt Soares judging for the Champion for Eastern Jacobin Show at Lancaster, Pa. 2012  (Champion - Splash by Igor Levistkiy

For Dennis Soares, we know White is your favorite so here is your son Judging them

Part One Part Two Part Three

NPA Grand National Show

Tampa, Florida

Hosted by American Jacobin Club

January 13-15, 2012

Judge:  Nick Smith

Nick Smith Judging for the Nationals Champion

Champion – YOC 135 (Jim Ecker)

Reserve Champion – Splash YC 412 (Jim Rini)

Second Reserve – Almond OH 108 (Jim Ecker)

Best of Opposite Sex – Almond OH 108 (Jim Ecker)

Best Young – Splash YC 412 (Jim Rini)

Best AOC – YH 822 (Steve Gaskin) Best Indigo/Andalusian – OC 746 (Steve Gaskin)

Best Almond – OH 108 (Jim Ecker) Best Black – YH 212 (Jim Ecker)

Best Dun/Kite –YH 206 (Jim Ecker) Best Yellow – OC 135 (Jim Ecker)

Best Splash – YC 412 (Jim Rini) Best White – YC 302 (Jim Rini)

Best Red YC 451 (Jim Rini)

Midwest Jacobin Club

Des Moines, Iowa

Dec. 10, 2011

Champion - 2950 OC Kite (R.T. Davis)

Reserve Champion – 692 OC White (L.H. Hoffman)

Best Young Bird 1147 YC White (V. Nykamp)

Best Opposite Sex 1019 YH Almond (V. Nykamp)

Best Dun/Kite – 2950 OC (R.T. Davis) Best Bar – 2953 OH (R.T. Davis)

Best AOC – 1410 OC (R.T. Davis) Best White – 692 OC (L. Hoffman)

Best Black – 833 YC (Steve Gaskin) Best Ind/And - 746 OC (Steve Gaskin)

Best Almond – 1019 YH (V. Nykamp) Best Yellow – 1141 OC (V. Nykamp)

Best Dun/Kite – 2950 OC (R.T. Davis) Best Bar – 2953 OH (R.T. Davis)

Best Splash – 1314 OH (D. Chevalier) Best Red – 127 OH (J. Ecker)

Best Splash – 1314 OH (D. Chevalier) Best AOC – 1410 OC (R.T. Davis)


EJA Young Bird Show

W.R.P.A. Show

November 13, 2011

Emigsville, PA (Fire Hall)

Champion: #900 Splash Cock – Henry Scheid

Reserve: #971 Splash Cock – John Kirchner


Hens (8) Cocks (9)

1. 3007 – Levitskiy 1. 962 – Kirchner


Hens (6) Cocks (8)

1. 954 – Kirchner (Best) 1. 3001 – Levitskiy


Hens (5) Cocks (5)

1. 1400 – Wissler 1. 1404 – Wissler


Hens (5) Cocks (7)

1. 957 – Kirchner 1. 900 – Scheid


Hens (3) Cocks (7)

1. 109 – Manckia (Best) 1. 3023 – Vasil


Hens (2) Cocks (2)

1. 702 – Barra 1. 3265 – Augustine


Hens (0) Cocks (2)

1. 429 – Sergio


British Jacobin Society

The 7th and 8th of January 2012 was the weekend of the British Jacobin Society club show. 154 Jacobins were shown by 8 club members. Judge for the day was well known Belgium Jacobin breeder Patrick Smeyers. Pat was joined by his charming wife Hilde who spoke perfect English, Hilde did a little bit of translating for Pat when he was searching for the correct descriptive words.

A very enjoyable evening was spent with the majority of the exhibitors on the Saturday evening in the hotel. A delicious meal with more than a couple of drinks was finished off in the nightclubs of Darlington!

Champion of show and Best young bird, James McGarrigle with his 2011 Red Splash cock

Reserve Champion, Patrick McKiernan with his Adult Red Splash cock

Best Opposite Sex, Bye & Walkers Adult Black hen

Most points in show, based on number of First prizes won, Bye and Walker

Best Of Color Winners

Patrick McKiernan - Best Red - Red Adult hen

Nick Smith - Best young Red - Red 2011 cock

Benson & Ball - Best Yellow - Yellow Adult cock

Benson & Ball - Best Young Yellow - Yellow 2011 cock

Bye & Walker - Best Black and Best Young Black - Black 2011 cock

Patrick McKiernan - Best White - White Adult cock

James McGarrigle - Best young white - White 2011 cock

Patrick McKiernan - Best Adult Splash - Splash Adult cock

James McGarrigle Best Splash and Best young Splash - Splash 2011 cock

Nick Smith - Best adult Bar - Bar Adult cock

James McGarrigle - Best Bar and Best Young Bar - Bar 2011 hen

James McGarrigle - Best AOC and Best young AOC - AOC 2011 cock


The Super Bowl of Jacobins Show
California, USA (February 12, 2011)
Judge:  Dave Clinton


Grand Champion - Dennis Soares (Black Old Cock)
Reserve Champion - Melissa Ferrell (Almond Old Cock)
Best Young - Melissa Ferrell (Kite Young Cock)
Best Opposite Sex - Melissa Ferrell (Kite Young Hen)

Red - Rob Walker                                 Brown - Melissa Ferrell
Yellow - Matt Soares                            Splash - Doug Boyland
White - Doug Boyland                          Almond - Melissa Ferrell 
Black - Dennis Soares                           Blue - Dennis Soares      
Indigo/Andalusian - Zachary Ferrell      Cream/Mealy - Doug Boyland
Kite/Dun - Melissa Ferrell                      Silver - Drew Lobenstein
AOC/Rare - Dennis Soares

Lancaster Show (January 13-16, 2011)
Judge :  Sergio DeAlmeida Jr.

Grand Champion - White  #263 YRC (Jim Rini)
Reserve Champion - Red 608 OC (Dennis Soares)
Best Young - White 983 YC (Erik Kooker)
Best of Opposite Sex - Red 6 YRH (Paul Zadarlik Jr.)

Color Class Winners

Red - 608 OC (Dennis Soares)             Splash - 408 YRC (Henry Scheid)
Yellow - 1769 OC (Dennis Soares)         Almond - 69 OH (Paul Zadarlik Sr.)
White - 263 YRC (Jim Rini Sr.)           Andalusian - 13 YC (John Manckia)
Black - 1078 YC (Igor Levitskiy)          Bar - 823 OC (Paul Zadarlik Sr.)
Kite/Dunn - 1069 YH (Igor Levitskiy)     A.O.C. - 1071 YC (Igor Levitskiy)

Show Video Collection

Awarding Ceremony

Sergio DeAlmeida Jr. Judging Best in Show (Jim Rini's White Winning)

Sergio DeAlmeida Jr. Judging Best Young White (Eric Kooker's White Winning)



Young Bird Show
Millersville, PA (November 7, 2010)

Champion - Red Cock #906 (John Kirchner)

Color Class Winners:

Red -  #906 (John Kirchner)              White - #305 (Sergio DeAlmeida)
Splash - # 1059 (Igor Levitskiy)          Black - #955 (Erik Kooker)
Yellow - #1078 ( Igor Levitskiy)         Kite - Dun - #340 (Sergio DeAlmeida)
Almond - #1222 (Cortez)

Show Video

Jim Rini Judging Best Young (John Kirchner's Red Cock Winning)


Lancaster Show (January 2010)
Judge :  John Hundrup

Champion - White  #   (Sergio DeAlmeida Jr.)


Show Video Collection

John Hundrup Judging


John Hundrup - Judging Whites





Kite (Hen) – 715 Levitskiy (Best)