Judge Info - Rogelio Overturf

Showdog.com Judge Since Saturday, May 31, 2008

Has a tendency to use dogs handled by certain handlers but isn't overt in it. Low level of breed bias.

Traits

Each judge on ShowDog.Com gives a different amount of weight to each trait of the dogs that they judge in each show.  Below is a table of which traits Rogelio Overturf looks for.

Trait Importance
Head Low
Forequarter High
Hindquarter Low
Gait High
Top Neck and Back High
Coat Very Low
Size/Height Very High
Feet Normal

Favorite Handlers

Each judge has a preference for certain handlers.  These preferences may be based on past experiences, showing style, or just plain old dirty politics.  This preference is completely separate from the quality of the exhibitor, which DOES come into play in the show ring.  Rogelio Overturf has been known to prefer the following handlers.

Rank Exhibitor
1 Deborie Mejorado
2 Julie Patton
3 Joandy Classen
4 Kimberly Carson
5 Antonio Hutchinson
6 Jene Moak
7 Dert Priebe
8 Pamelan Treadwell
9 Justin Moyer
10 Stephanie Scott
11 Chuck Donaldson
12 Aly Dimaggio
13 Keven Dowdle
14 Cliff Irwin
15 Peren Troy
16 Erik Mitchell
17 Bill Meyer
18 Hen Kilburn
19 Bradie DiNapoli
20 Jamiel Leavens
21 Jennifer Oneil
22 Terri Farnum
23 Nany Painter
24 Listy Cousar
25 Huntert Dawe

Only the top 25 are listed for the sake of brevity.

Recent Judged Shows

Below is a list of the shows recently judged by this judge. 

Show Date Best in Show
November 2014 Dalmatian Nationals 11/15/2014
November 2014 Brussels Griffon Nationals 11/13/2014
November 2014 Miniature Bull Terrier Nationals 11/11/2014
November 2014 Tibetan Mastiff Nationals 11/9/2014
November 2014 Smooth Fox Terrier Nationals 11/6/2014
Halcyon Cavalier Show 11/1/2014
End of October Specialty 2 10/30/2014
October 2014 Borzoi Nationals 10/26/2014
October 2014 Chinese Crested Dog Nationals 10/25/2014
October 2014 Finnish Spitz Nationals 10/23/2014


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
The sit for exam is a modified version of the Stand for Exam. It is generally used in novice level classes and requires the handler to order the dog to sit and then to move away from the dog the length of the leash. The judge will then approach the dog and pet the dog's head.
Did you know?
In the American Kennel Club, a dog needs 15 points to become a Champion, with each win gaining anywhere from zero to five points depending on the number of dogs competing and the area where the show is held.