Judge Info - Stephanie Brawley

Showdog.com Judge Since Saturday, August 31, 2013

Not very political. 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 Stephanie Brawley looks for.

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

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.  Stephanie Brawley has been known to prefer the following handlers.

Rank Exhibitor
1 Kelly LaFoy
2 Rusty Walter
3 Ellen Schroeder
4 Patrick Sayforth
5 Kim Coleman
6 Clan Melby
7 Doug Mavroulis
8 George Anderson
9 Geor Board
10 Mike Schneider
11 Martha Woodson
12 Alejam Zapien
13 Kate Dalton
14 Angela Fletcher
15 Annee Lino
16 Sam Tacker
17 Chrise Elleberee
18 Marry Anne Bryant
19 Aarthom Rapier
20 Stephew Deering
21 All Mederos
22 Reberol Pattison
23 David Scott
24 George Cruce
25 Roby Hawks

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
April 2014 Argentine Dogo Nationals 4/19/2014
April 2014 Scottish Deerhound Nationals 4/16/2014
April 2014 Affenpinscher Nationals 4/13/2014
Fenland Festival 68 4/10/2014 Solimars Rising Star
April 2014 Kerry Blue Terrier Nationals 4/5/2014
Kalypso All Breed Show 8 4/1/2014 Solimars Castle Guard
All That 3/27/2014 Solimars Eat More Chicken
March 2014 Manchester Toy Terrier Nationals 3/23/2014
March 2014 Pharaoh Hound Nationals 3/22/2014
March 2014 American Cocker Spaniel Nationals 3/21/2014


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A specialty show may be regional or national. A "Best in Show" win at a national specialty show is tremendously prestigious, indicating that the winning dog or bitch triumphed at a contest which attracted entries from the most serious fanciers of that breed in the country or continent. Some specialty shows attract international entries.
The Kennel Club (UK) system, which is also used by the Australian National Kennel Council[1] and in other countries, is considered the most difficult to earn a title under.