MARTINEZ, Mr Miguel Angel Buenos Aires,
A breeder of the following breeds, in which he also obtained championships: Magyar Vizsla, Pointers, Irish Setters, and Dobermans. All-breed judge of Federacion Cinologica Argentina and FCI. The American Kennel Club and The Canadian Kennel Club allow him to judge all breeds and BIS in the U.S. and Canada. He is also a Field Trial Judge of Magyar Vizsla, Epagneul Breton and German Shorthaired Pointers. A professor of different canine subjects and member of the selection board of those who apply to be judges of the Federacion Cinologica Argentina. In addition he is a professor at the Airedale Terrier Club Argentino, the Club Argentino del Epagneul Breton and lecturer about canine topics in almost all Latin American countries. President of Federacion Cinologica Argentina in 1987-1991 and is their current President. He is the current President of the America and Caribbean Section of the FCI (since 1995), President of the Magyar Vizsla Friends Association, President of the South American Technical Commission and President of the Council of Judges of FCA. He is a member of the Bureau of FCI and FCA and a member of the Commission on Canines of the Sociedad Rural Argentina. An Honorable President of the Third Congress of South American Veterinarians, Honorable Member of the Second Congress of South American Veterinarians, Honorable Member of the Federacion Canofila Mexicana, Honorable Associate of the Kennel Club Santa Fe (Argentina) and Honorable Associate of the Rosario Can Club (Argentina). He is the Itinerant Representative of the Club del Dogo Argentino, responsible for spreading information on the breed abroad. Has judged Labour exhibitions granting CACIT in Argentina and in foreign countries and has judged in exhibitions with CACIB in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, Mexico, Bolivia, Austria, Japan, Canada, South Africa, Russia, Italy, Costa Rica, the U.S. and Australia. He judged at the World Dog Show in 1993 (Argentina) and at the World Dog Show in Vienna and Budapest in 1996. He has judged dogs on all continents.