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A A Bogdanov

Submitted by DanPersson on Mon, 09/20/2021 - 10:10

Alexander Alexandrovich Bogdanov lived in the Redkino estate, with an area of 18,000 hectares in the Petersburg province. He was a borzoi breeder. At an exhibition in 1904 in St. Petersburg (according to the catalog), he exhibited 8 borzois (of which 4 were of his own breeding) in the following years, too, approximately the same number at different exhibitions, in 1907 5 borzois (he was a breeder and owner). The borzois won the first prizes. (Andrus Kozlov)


Camden Czarina

Camden Czarina

Ch Czarina in 1908. She was a daughter of Nagrajdai IV (Imp UK) x Alexina (Imp UK) bred by the Camerons in 1906 and owned by Mr W Ward. She produced 3 litters 1911, 1912, 1914 but the last has only one known progeny that did not breed on in WW1.


The Golitsin Family

Submitted by DanPersson on Mon, 09/13/2021 - 20:17
This article is compiled by Andrus Kozlov. English translation by Dan Persson At least four different members of the family bred and owned borzoi in Russia: When we look at the pedigrees of the Borzoi or talk about the breeders of the 19th - early 20th centuries, we must take into account the fact that there were quite a few Borzoibreeders with the same name - the Bibikovs, Chelishchevs, Kareevs, Boldarevs, Sheremetyevs, Golitsyns, etc. For example, if it says "Prince Golitsyn’s dogs" , then first we need to clarify who we are talking about Prins Dmitrij Borisovich Golitsyn, 1898 i hans [...]
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