Australian Grand Champion

Volku Sudden Impact   ET (iid)



This stunning and eye catching Siberian Husky dog was awarded the final Challenge points needed for his Australian Grand Champion title with a Best Exhibit in Group win on 6 June 1999,  just 9 days before his 3rd birthday.

A favourite snapshot of Bullet


He amassed the required 1 000 Challenge points needed for this title in Australia with the following wins:

8  x  Best Exhibit in Show

5  x  Runner Up to Best Exhibit in Show

21  x  Best Exhibit in Group

2  x  Runner Up to Best Exhibit in Group

The highlights in this time were many, however some special wins stay in our mind.

*  Bullet won Dog Challenge at the Siberian Husky Club of New South Wales Championship Show (30 March 1997) and went on to win Runner Up to Best in Show from Puppy Class

The following day at the Sydney Royal Easter Show  (31 March 1997) Bullet won Reserve Dog Challenge  at the age of nine months

*  Bullet won Runner Up to Best In Show at the Darwin Royal, followed by two Best In Shows in Darwin the following weekend when he was only thirteen months old

*   Bullet won Best Exhibit in Show at the North Of  The Harbour Winter Classic (this show had a full international  panel of judges) in July 1998 -

The day after that win he gaited 20 kilometres and earned his Endurance Test (ET) title.
At consecutive SHC of NSW Club Championship shows, our dogs won Dog Challenge and Runner Up to Best in Show.

Ch Mikulov Earl Grey CD ET - Oct 96

Volku Sudden Impact  -  March 1997

on 4 occasions Bullet and one of our other dogs won at Class in Show level at the same show.

This is one of them:  Bullet was Best Exhibit in Group and Best Open in Show and Sassy (Sibaska Sekenes Starlet) was Best Minor Puppy in Show

Nambucca Heads PA&H Society April 1999

A favourite picture

Gromit handled by Lorraine Harris and Bullet handled by Mara Herba

Open Dog Class at Adelaide Royal Show 1999

Bullet won 3 Point Score competitions run by different Clubs in 1998


Canberra Non Sporting, Utility & Working Dog Club Inc

Asian Breeds Club of Canberra Inc

Bullet and two of his full brothers -

Ricky and Darby  -  aged 11 months

He was the 7th Siberian Husky in Australia to reach the title of  "Australian Grand Champion" and was the youngest to achieve it at the time he was awarded.

Above all else, Bullet was a companion par excellence.  He enjoyed being with his people, and also with his special canine friends - initially Patches, and later on Batman.  Bullet accepted everything with good grace - from pulling the Santa Sleigh to being hugged and photographed with an endless stream of children at Royal Shows.  Tumours took Bullet too soon - he died on 16 November 2005

Bullet  -  do you know how much you are missed?


Pedigree of: Australian Grand Champion Volku Sudden Impact ET



Date of Birth


Colour & Markings

Red / White

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Am Ch Kadyak's Native Dancer

Am Ch Kadyak's Remembered In Red

Am Ch Synordik's Kynik of Kadyak

Am Ch Yeti's Red Chili Of Snoridge

Irlocon's Hey Naninani

Am Ch Kadyak's Akelana of Synordik

Am Ch Arctic's Rogue Of Innisfree

Chugach's MS of Marlytuk

Am Ch Kadyak's Flo-Jo

Am Ch Kontoki's The Gospel Truth

Am Ch Kontoki's One Mo Time

Kontoki's Messy Bessie

Am Ch Kadyak's Foreign Exchange

Am Ch Amorak's Charlie Pride

Am Ch Kadyak's MS Kishwin

Can Ch Kabu's On The Edge Of A Dream   (Imp Canada)

Can Ch Toriloka's Kit N Kaboodle

Kee Dee's Kaliph

Am/Can Ch Innisfree's Sierra Cinnar

Am Ch Bain's Northern Justin Time

Toriloka's Brass N Sass

G And B's Brandy Alexander

Am Ch Bain's Northern Foxy Lady

Kabu's Sharinadream At Neekeah

Can Ch Naakeah's Bound For Glory SDX

Am Ch Arcticlight's Silver Shadrin CD

Am Ch Naakeah's Dream Weaver

Can Ch Sekene's Royal Cin CD

Am Ch Tamerlane Of Innisfree

Am Ch Innisfree's Sunny Blythwood