|Judge Name:||Alejandro Rojas|
|Types of Shows:||Conformation|
|Type of Breeds|
|Born in Mexico City. Architect. / Language Teacher.
I started in dog shows as amateur since 1992, competing formally since 1999. When I was a child I lived with dogs like Samoyed, Schnauzer and a few not purebred ones, but thanks to my love for sight hounds I bought my first show dog: an Afghan hound, I showed him and finished some offspring as national champions. In 2007 I decided to buy a Saluki, showed him and getting several national and international titles.
I worked as ring steward for more than 10 years, this allowed me to participate in the World Dog Shows hold in Mexico in 1999 and 2007, Champion of champion's tournaments, world specialty shows (IFR (Rottweiler) and ATIMANA (Mastino Napolitano); I also attended seminars for judges (taught in the Mexican Kennel Club) and other several seminars for specific breeds, thanks to the invitations from specialized clubs. In 2003 pursuing next step: judging, I did my application and started exams.
In 2005, I started judging some breeds and then a few groups occasionally in some shows along my country. In 2007 I judged the Neapolitan Mastiff National Specialty in Mexico City. In 2009 I judged Best in Show by first time. Approved by FCM (Mexican Kennel Club) to judge BIS, and all 10 FCI groups. I had also judged in Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Equator, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay and Venezuela. I'm currently part of board of the Asociación Mexicana de Criadores de Perros Pura Sangre; and occasionally show my Salukis.
|Dog Name||GCh Ghostprints Destination Unknown|
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