Hungarian pointer

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Hungarian pointer:

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, breed of large sporting dog introduced into Europe by the Magyar invasion of the 10th cent. and perfected in Hungary over hundreds of years; also called Hungarian pointer. It stands between 21 and 24 in. (53.3–60.
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PEDIGREE CHAMP: Yogi, the Hungarian Vizsla with handler John Thirlwell and, below, a streaker interrupts proceedings
Yogi is the first Hungarian Vizsla to win Best in Show.
Best In Show was awarded to a natural beauty in the form of a Hungarian Vizsla called Jogi, for his "powerful" and "free" movement.
Hungarian Vizsla Yogi was awarded the Crufts Best in Show title after competing over four days with Tyneside handler John Thirwell.
The Hungarian Vizsla was awarded the prestigious title DFS Crufts Best in Show 2010 after competing over four days with Tyneside handler John Thirlwell.
A Hungarian Vizsla last night took the coveted title of Best in Show at the world famous Crufts dog show held in Birmingham.
Six month old Lexi, a Hungarian Vizsla, was being walked along the seafront at Porthcawl when she slipped off the edge of the breakwater into the bitterly cold waters.
The dog featured last time in Pet Rescue, a tan and white cross Hungarian vizsla was rehomed.
The family's compact Army house in Penicuik, Midlothian, is exploding with toys, children, ringing phones and an exceedingly lively Hungarian Vizsla hunting dog.
As he prepared for his team's match at St Mirren on Saturday, McCoist, below, became the latest celebrity to join the hunt for Hungarian vizsla Mia.
2) A HUNGARIAN Vizsla winning Best in Show at Crufts.

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