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 Lolboter
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10/1/2018 6:59:32 PM reply with quote send message to Lolboter Object to Post

There are also lots of other "ways" to ensure better results, more so than just handler selection and condition! Personally, Im too time poor for all that jazz BUT

If you go to each judges profile, they have specific likes of what they prefer:
* Some prefer dogs over bitches
* Some prefer a dog has its championship before they put it up
* There is also a table of points of how much the judge looks for specific traits, ie- might be a stickler for feet- but doesnt really care about coat!

If I had the time on my hands, my dogs would probably do a lot better :P
 Legendary Dogs
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 Star Shiine
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 gaylanstudio
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 ambertal
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11/9/2019 6:05:14 PM reply with quote send message to ambertal Object to Post

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There are also lots of other "ways" to ensure better results, more so than just handler selection and condition! Personally, Im too time poor for all that jazz BUT

If you go to each judges profile, they have specific likes of what they prefer:
* Some prefer dogs over bitches
* Some prefer a dog has its championship before they put it up
* There is also a table of points of how much the judge looks for specific traits, ie- might be a stickler for feet- but doesnt really care about coat!

If I had the time on my hands, my dogs would probably do a lot better :P

What about the breed bias?
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 TR Kennels
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Once a show dog is fully sessioned is there a benifit to continue to session?
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 gaylanstudio
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Breed Bias:

Someone asked about this. I'm not sure if I have read this somewhere from some forgotten source or it's just a personal interpretation/figment of my imagination, but . . .

I think Breed Bias refers to the list of important traits that appears on both the Judges Page and the Breed Page.

If a judge has a high breed bias they are more likely to follow the guidelines from the breed page. If they have a low breed bias, they will follow their own personal bias. So if the judge is high and matches the breed chart well, and your dog's traits align well with these, you might have the winner!

Again, just a guess/interpretation . . .
 Star Shiine
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That's interesting Gaylan I'd never thought of it that way. I always assumed a high breed bias meant the judge has favourite breeds and that those breeds have a mucher better chance under that judge in the Groups.
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I always assumed a high breed bias meant the judge has favourite breeds and that those breeds have a mucher better chance under that judge in the Groups.
This is what I recall hearing in the past, but I think Gaylann's interpretation sounds a lot cooler, I hope it's actually that. Did Jeff ever clarify or has someone asked him? Although I wouldn't be surprised if he forgot by now lol
 gaylanstudio
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Lol! Something for someone with more patience and determination than I these days to test this concept.

Good luck to said person - let me know what you find out.

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I guess in a way, if you look at it from the aspect of those charts, a judge might be said to favour those breeds which have charts that align with their own personal charts.

Perhaps the two explanations are not really that different. Nowhere that I've seen does it identify what the judges favourite breeds are but it always struck me that there had to be some connection between the breed chart and that of the judge.

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