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“Hunting with Borzois in Atkarsk”
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         This story was written by Elena Badikova and published in the newspaper “Atkarsk News”     Olga Zilberman published it and Andrus Kozlov commented on the article:  “About Nikolai Mikhailovich Karakozovs dogs (1809-1866) and about the Borzoi Ko … Continue reading “Hunting with Borzois in Atkarsk”

“Of Notts Kennels by Her Grace, Duchess of Newcastle”

Of Notts Kennels by Her Grace, Duchess of Newcastle Written by Maja Čosić Proofreading by Sue Vasick Article was published also as printed version in Borzoi Yearbook 2021/2022 (Europeanborzoi) and also in Croatian in Kennel Club magazine “Moj pas”: htt … Continue reading “Of Notts Kennels by Her Grace, Duchess of Newcastle”

“Studies By A Borzoi Friend” by Dr A. Wegener
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For the Borzoi breeder, there can be no dearer desire than to visit the breed at its home, to see and learn about it at work. These are incomparable teachings and memories, teachings that cannot be replaced by anything, memories that remain indelible a … Continue reading “Studies By A Borzoi Friend” by Dr A. Wegener

“Tail Wagged” by A Croxton Smith
Book published 1931

    A Croxton Smith was a Member of the UK Kennel Club and a journalist. He published several books including “Tail Wagged” in 1931. The Borzoi was illustrated by a photograph of Ernest Guy’s dog Booklaw: ”                                    … Continue reading “Tail Wagged” by A Croxton Smith

“The Borzoi or Russian Wolfhound” by Rawdon Briggs Lee
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The Borzoi Or Russian Wolfhound (from the book “”A History And Description Of The Modern Dogs Of Great Britain And Ireland. (Sporting Division)”, by Rawdon Briggs Lee”) There is no dog of modern times that has so rapidly attained a certain degree of po … Continue reading “The Borzoi or Russian Wolfhound” by Rawdon Briggs Lee

A sad story

This story is an example of what unlucky circumstances can do to people, their borzoi and even affect the whole breed. It is not published here to point fingers at one unfortunate person but to make us all aware of what can happen. Borzoi clubs and fri … Continue reading A sad story

Alexey Kivshenko
Alexey

Aleksey Kivshenko                 Born: 22 March 1851 in Venyov, Russian Empire Died: 2 October 1895 (aged 44) in Heidelberg, Grand Duchy of Baden, German Empire Education: Member Academy of Arts (1884), Professo … Continue reading Alexey Kivshenko

American Champions Sunday of Tam-Boer and Vigow of Romanoff III
Sunday of Tam-Boer, Vigow of Romanoff III

A splendid photograph of two grand Borzoi, American Ch. Sunday of Tam-Boer on the left and American Ch. Vigow of Romanoff III on the right. Sunday was a well-bodied white and red bitch bred by Leonard and Elizabeth Tamboer and owned by the Larsons. She … Continue reading American Champions Sunday of Tam-Boer and Vigow of Romanoff III

An outline of the history of the borzoi

An Outline of the History of the Borzoi This article was written in 1891 by Baron G.D. Rozen and was published in the journal Russkii Okhotnik. This material was graciously provided by Dr. Jim Sillers, who had the work translated and the resulting pape … Continue reading An outline of the history of the borzoi