KUBAT, Jacqueline - See Quiros-kabat Buenos Aires,
Jackie started showing her first dog, an Afghan, at the age of 8 years. At 18 she became one of the founders of the Japan SPCA while her father was Ambassador to Japan. Upon their return to the States she started breeding Weimaraners and later became an AKC Licensed all breed handler in California. In 1964 she started breeding Whippets under the Dragonfly prefix, later adding Greyhounds. Upon her return to the US she married a devoted hunter and started breeding Weimaraners. After finishing several of her homebred she apprenticed under Ben Brown and later became the last women to obtain an all breed AKC handlers license. She handled the following breeds: Great Danes, Doberman, Boxer, Siberian Husky, St. Bernard, Afghan Hound, Basset, Borzoi, Greyhound, Saluki, Whippet, Bull Terrier, Irish Terrier, Manchester, German Shorthaired Pointer, Weimaraner, English Setter, Brittany Spaniel, Italian Greyhound, Chihuahua, Standard Poodle, Bulldog, Brussel Griffon and Dalmatian. In 1972 she moved to Argentina and eventually became an all breed judge. Jackie has bred and shown Weimaraners, Pointers, Schipperkes, Doberman Pinschers, Afghan Hounds, Salukis, Greyhounds, Italian Greyhounds and Whippets but is mostly known for Weimaraners, Whippets and Italian Greyhounds. Jacqueline is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese, and has judged all over South America, Panama, Guatemala, Mexico, U.S.A., Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia (Sydney, Perth Launceston, Melbourne Royal - twice -, Finland. In the U.S. she has judged at numerous all breed shows as well as the Akita National and the following specialties: St. Schnauzer, Keeshonden, Afghan, Boston Terriers.