Show Dog Judges Profiles


, Mrs Connie South Australia,



  • ANKC:

    All Breeds

An internationally recognised breeder of the world famous Landmaster Australian Cattle Dogs with over 100 Champions in Australia and overseas. Aust CH & International CH Landmaster U'Show Them How holds 13 titles in many different countries and is believed to be the only Australian Cattle Dog to hold this many titles. Ch Landmaster U'Sundowner "Sunny" (Red Speckle) put the Australian Cattle Dog to the forefront in the Australian show ring, winning 18 Best In Shows (All Breeds), plus many Specialty Best in Shows. He was also the only Australian Cattle Dog to win Best In Group at an Australian Royal Show, winning Best in Group & Opposite Sex In Show at Melbourne Royal 1978, from a large entry of 7,39,7 dogs a feat almost impossible to equal. In addition, Connie has owned and titled several other breeds including Shiba Inu, Australian Terriers, Miniature Schnauzer and Jack Russell Terriers. An All Breeds Judge, Connie is licensed by the Australian National Kennel Council, for all Groups and Best In Show, She has judged in America, Sweden, New Zealand, Germany, England, Scotland, Bangkok, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia China & South Africa and coast to coast in Australia. She has also judged Brisbane Royal Sweepstakes along with Melbourne Royal Sweepstakes and Junior Showmanship Finals. Connie is the author of the well-known book on the Australian Cattle Dog "The Good Looking Australian". Currently Connie is on the South Australian Canine Association Inc Management Council and is the Group Coordinator for Judges Training for the Utility Group and involved in the Judges Training Scheme as an Examiner. Connie is a committee member for Canine Welfare Committee of South Australia. One of the founders of the Australian Cattle Dog Club of South Australia Inc. and the Australian Cattle Dog, Kelpie, Border Collie club of S.A. Inc, now the Australian Working Dog Club Of South Australia Inc. She is on the "A" Judging List for Australian Cattle Dogs in the UK.