Tibetan Mastiff Pointscore 2017

This page shows the breed tally board for each state.
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Show Dog of the Year State Leaderboards 2017

The All Breeds leaderboard is based on Best / Runner-Up in Show and Best / Runner-Up in Group wins only.
Only shows held in the dog's competition state are eligible for inclusion in the State tallyboard.

New South Wales

No. 1

No. 2

  • Aust Sup Ch Temzin Fu Xan My Khampa (NSW) (Mr N Ford & Ms J Brunton) (301)

No. 3

  • Berntiff It's Five O'clock somewhere (NSW) (Neil Ford & Judith Brunton) (90)

Victoria

No. 1

No. 2

Queensland

No. 1

No. 2

South Australia

No. 1

Breed Challenge State Leaderboards 2017

The Breed Challenge recognises consistent performers at the breed level. Points are based on Challenge Points received at Breed Level at any Championship Show throughout Australia. Only shows held in the dog's competition state are eligible for inclusion in the State tallyboard.

New South Wales

No. 1

No. 2

No. 3

  • Aust Sup Ch Temzin Fu Xan My Khampa (NSW) (Mr N Ford & Ms J Brunton) (177)

No. 4

  • Berntiff It's Five O'clock somewhere (NSW) (Neil Ford & Judith Brunton) (86)

No. 5

  • Bravura Ipsata (NSW) (Deborah Wetherill) (6)
  • Aust Ch Kalsang Norbu (Imp NZ) (NSW) (Mr N Ford & Ms J Brunton) (6)

Victoria

No. 1

No. 2

No. 3

No. 4

Queensland

No. 1

South Australia

No. 1

Rising Star State Leaderboards 2017

The Rising Star leaderboard recognises the up and coming youngsters in the breed (up to 18 months of age). Only shows held in the dog's competition state are eligible for inclusion in the State tallyboard.

Australian Capital Territory

No. 1

  • Berntiff Take A Chance On Me (ACT) (Neil Ford & Judith Brunton) (55)

New South Wales

No. 1

No. 2

  • ShantiSoul Midnight Magic (NSW) (E & A Esad / K Hay) (135)

Queensland

No. 1

South Australia

No. 1

Neuter Competition 2017 National Leaderboard

The Neuter leaderboard recognises leading Neuters in the breed. Only shows held in the dog's competition state are eligible for inclusion in the State tallyboard.

Victoria

No. 1

South Australia

No. 1