A  SHOWCASE  OF  OUR  ACHIEVEMENTS

Titles are a measure of a breeder’s success in the conformation show and in obedience and other performance competitions;

A breeder’s knowledge of the breed, correct practices and common sense has resulted in an ability to consistently produce talented and beautiful dogs within the breed.


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At Mikulov we have bred eight generations of conformation champions with over 50 Mikulov  Siberians having achieved their Australian Championship, eight generations of Endurance Test (ET) titled Siberians, a total of 40 with the ET title, and 6 have attained their Companion Dog (CD) obedience title.

 

Ch Mikulov Patches CD AD JD ET FD FDX AAD NAC NJC gained his Agility Dog title in June 2001 and Jumpers Dog title in November 2001, giving him ten titles - in six different disciplines  -  our most versatile Siberian until Jingles came along. Patches is the ONLY Siberian Husky in Australia with ANKC recognised Flyball titles.

 

 Ch Mikulov St Elmo’s Fire ET  spent winter 1997 in a racing home as part of a four dog team, and her sister Ch Mikulov North Star ET  was successfully shown and raced by Annie Jackson of Norstarr Kennels in Victoria.
 

These pictures show Otter racing  (she is the gray Husky in lead)

winning the Pedigree Pal Sled Dog Derby in 1997  (Victoria)  Mitch Blockley driving

 

1998 Underra (Victoria) Sled Dog Dash  -  Annie Jackson driving

 

 

Mikulov dogs have been tested in the public arena for appearance, intelligence and endurance and consistently come through with flying colours. We feel a great deal of pride when one of the pups we bred and reared does well for the new owner - in whatever activity of special interest to the owner. Ch Mikulov Snow Bunny was the first Siberian Husky in Queensland to be a registered hospital dog, and was a regular and eagerly awaited visitor with patients in Townsville hospitals.

 

 

 

 



SPECIAL  DOGS  WITH  SPECIAL  TITLES 
recognised in our own Hall of Fame

Patches

Ch Mikulov Patches  CD  AD  JD  ET  AAD  FD  FDX  NAC  NJC

more TITLES than any other Siberian Husky in Australia

(but he was so much more . . .   )

 

 

 

Champion Sibaska Starr

 

 Struck  ET

 

Titled with  a Best Exhibit in Group

& Runner Up to Best in Show

 

at Henty (NSW)  on 12 February 2005

 

 

 

Storm spent a too short time with us

 and is still mourned

The legacy he left us through his daughters is treasured through the generations

 

5 January 2002  -  13 August 2005

 

 

 

 

Champion  Starscape  Riverdance  ET  

 

Flow stayed with us when she needed special care

 

[ Am Ch Tasmans Rushing White Water  (USA)   x    Southernlite Crystalize ]

 

 

This captivating silver Siberian Husky gained the best from both her parents.  One of a frozen semen litter of four, bred by Lynne Munro of Starscape Siberians in Melbourne and born on 23 July 2001, Flow arrived as a little heart stopper - and turned heads ever since. 

 

She gained numerous Classes in Group wins, a sprinkling of Classes in Show, and a Best in Group win at Crookwell on 15 February 2003  on the way to her Championship title, which was awarded in style with BCC on consecutive days at the Belconnen Autumn Festival on 22 - 23 March 2003 with a full panel of international judges.

 

Taking time out for a litter, whelped in November 2003, under the Krisaido prefix of Jenny Campbell while she lived in Melbourne, Flow returned to us and together we had such fun in the show rings - with Flow winning two Runner Up to Best in Show wins in May and June 2004.

 

In August 2005 while back with Lynn Munro to be bred, Flow got loose and was hit by a car.  She suffered head trauma but survived and returned to us in September 2006  -  when we raised her litter of 3 before placing Flow in to the best family home that could be found.

 

And by a curious twist, the female pup in Flow's litter came back home here in March 2010  -  we welcomed Starscape Savanna ET  -  and in time her daughter - Champion Mikulov Etched In Frost RN  DWDF.S  ET  -  the first Siberian Husky in Australia with Rally O titles, and the second with a Dance title.

 

 

Australian Champion

 

 Foxfire Memphis Belle ET

 

 

Our gorgeous silver grey South African import

 

was titled 20 October 2002 at Southern Highlands K&O Club, NSW

 

with Mr John Lewington giving her a 21 point Challenge and

Best Of Breed

then she won Runner Up to Best Exhibit in Group. 

 

At the same Show her son Kruger was Puppy in Group.  Kruger went on to become an Australian, New Zealand, Mexican and Canadian Champion

 

Sire:  Foxfire Ode To Alcinta

Dam:     Foxfire Capellia)

 

 

(Gr Ch Volku Sudden Impact ET    x  Ch Volku Pagan Starr ET)

Australian Champion

 Tarshona Howl N Success  ET

 

Suzy  -  our black angel - who was shared by many Junior Handlers in those competitions.

 

Bomb proof and so good with young children,

 a delight to be with

  -  as her new family often told us. 

 

Sadly she died too soon in September 2004 from tick poisoning - missed forever and always remembered
 

 

 *  Congratulations to  *

 

Australian Grand Champion

 

Mikulov Fire In The Sky   ET

who gained the final CC points needed for this title at the last Show for 2002 in Canberra    - December 14

 

Gromit

20 October 1995  ~  8 May 2009

 

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Endurance Test - ET held in Canberra once each winter
 

To pass, the dog must gait 20 kilometres in 2 hours, and successfully complete an obedience test,
before and after the exercise. Since 1995, many of our dogs have been awarded Endurance Test Titles

 

In 2002, Patches' piebald cousin  "The Bat" became known as

Jasabe Batman Returns ET
                            
 

 

"A sound dog will age more gracefully, be less likely to break down from stress or injury, experience less fatigue and greater efficiency in work, and stay healthier and more attractive throughout its life." 

 

Hastings, P.  2000.  Tricks of the Trade and "Puppy Puzzle."

 

Our dogs Dance!

 

The ANKC instituted titles for Freestyle Dancing and Heelwork To Music, to related yet different activities, from 2011.

 

The FIRST Siberian Husky in Australia with both of these titles was Taxi

Champion Mikulov Takeover Target  ET  DWD.S  HTM.S

(titles gained:  11  December  2011)

 

 

The SECOND Siberian Husky and the FIRST female with a Dance title was River

Champion Mikulov Etched In Frost  ET  R.N.  DWDF.S

(title gained:  21  April  2012)

 

    

 

The THIRD Siberian Husky and the SECOND male with a Dance title was Jingles who danced to The Jingle Bell Rock  (title gained on 24 August 2013)

 

He became the SECOND male Husky with a Heelwork to Music title with 

2 x 1st Places worked to I Will Walk 500 Miles gained on 21 May 2016

 

Champion / Neuter Champion Mikulov Jingle All The Way  ET  RN   DWDF.S   HTM.S   JC

 

The FOURTH Siberian Husky and the ONLY one with a Supreme Champion title was Stanley who danced to Walking In A Winter Wonderland on 9 November 2013 for a 1st and a 2nd Place on the way to his title

Supreme Champion Mikulov Full Metal Jacket  ET  RN  DWDF.S

 

 

 

Our dogs do Rally O!

 

The ANKC instituted titles for Rally O (obedience) from  1 January 2012.

The FIRST Siberian Husky in Australia with  a Rally O (Novice) title was River

Champion Mikulov Etched In Frost  ET  R.N.  DWDF.S

(title gained:  19  August  2012)

 

    

 

The SECOND Siberian Husky and the FIRST male with a Rally O title was Jingles    -  8 September 2012

Champion Mikulov Jingle All The Way  R.N.

 

 

 

The THIRD Husky and the FIRST (and probably only unless I get really motivated) Supreme Champion titled Siberian Husky to earn a Rally O Novice title was  -  Stanley

Supreme Champion Mikulov Full Metal Jacket  ET  DWDF.S  RN

 

 

title gained on 12 April 2014

 

and in 2017  -  Mikulov Running With Scissors RN JC  "Dicey"

 

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A list of titled Mikulov dogs is here
 

Results here  -  up to mid 2013  -  yet to be updated further!