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Fld. Ch. Fritz Von Wehmann, SDX, RDX


SIRE: Ch. Cuno v.d. Harrasburg (Imported)
DAM: Pinky of Rocklege
DOB: March 3, 1952
Owner: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wehmann


WCA Hall of Fame 1989

Considered by many to be the greatest Weimaraner Field trial Dog of all time, big, hard running, side ranging, Fritz was famed for his style and intensity. Handled by Chet Cummings, Fritz gained his AKC Field Championship in three Pointer-Setter trials. He scored 84 Field Trial placements in his career including 49 firsts and seven Championships. In 1953 he won the National Open Derby and the National Amateur derby. In 1956 he was the National Open Champion. He was the winner in 1957 and the Champion again in 1961, when nearly ten years of age. He was also named Champion at the Eastern in 1958 and the National Amateur in 1958 and 1960. A producer of both bench and field champions, he has exerted enormous influence on the breed.



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