“only in the spirit of love, sacrifice and great cost will we bring our breed to a state of genetic excellence”
Philipp GrünigPhilipp Grünig
“Judge, scientific breeder and profound student of the Dobermann”

Baron Bryan vom Harro's Berg

Baron Bryan vom Harro's Berg
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NHSB: 1419756
DOB: 27-05-1985
Gender: Male
Colour: Black
HD: A-1
Titles: SchH 3, IPO 3, FH, ADPr


Working Results:

  • 14/12/1986: Club Champion in IPO 2 with 92-88-81 = 261 points.
  • 04/10/1987: Club Champion in IPO 3 with 91-94-89 = 274 points.
  • 24/09/1989: Regional Champion in IPO 3 with 80-98-90 = 268 points.

Show Results:

  • FCI World Champion in 1990.
  • International Champion in 1990.
  • German Champion.
  • Netherlands Champion.
  • Belgian Champion in 1988.
  • French Champion.
  • Austrian Champion.
  • Luxembourg Champion (2 times).
  • IDC Sieger in 1988 and 1989.
  • Europa Sieger.
  • Bundessieger in 1987.
  • D.V. Sieger in 1988.
  • Dutch Dobermann Club Winner 1987 and 1995.
  • Belgian Dobermann Club Winner in 1987.
  • French Dobermann Club Winner in 1988 and 1989.
  • Austrian Dobermann Club Winner.

Baron Bryan vom Harro's Berg passed the ZTP with 1A rating for character and V for conformation plus a winner of numerous show championships. Bryan together with his handler, Mr Hennie Hartog, achieved IPO III in under 20 months of age and Schutzhund III shortly after with excellent ratings (best score of 290 points). He also passed the French and Belgium character tests with good ratings. Bryan inherited his sire's calm, sociable and uncomplicated character, although he lacked Cecar's hardness. Bryan possessed good, robust working drives with the balance being upset by a low level of active aggression and a high irritation level. Where Bryan introduced a truly positive influence into the gene pool was in his ability to produce stable and calm offspring.

Bryan lived to 11 years of age (passed away from cancer) and tested clear for PHTVL/PHPV. His sire, Baron Cecar van Rensloo, was a Netherlands working and conformation Champion while his dam, Vitesse vom Franckenhorst, passed the ZTP with 1A rating for character and V for conformation.

“This black male was bred in Holland. The German judge H. Wiblishauser wrote: “a very big male with a good topline, correct tailset and a deep chest. A powerful neck, which could be a little bit longer. The head is correct with parallel planes. The eyes are dark, the tan is dark, good dentition, the movement is correct”. This male is the most or one of the most successful showdogs in Dobermann history. In the ring he is hard to beat. Baron Bryan won many titles. He won twice the IDC title (1988 and 1989). He became Bundessieger, Europa Sieger and D.V. Sieger. Baron Bryan won the World Winner title in 1990. He was best of breed in 1987 at the Dutch Dobermann Champion Show and won also in that year the Dutch and Belgium Winner title. He won twice the French Dobermann Champion Show in 1988 and 1989. He became a Dutch, German, Belgium, French, Austrian, Luxembourg and International Champion. He almost achieved everything. Although he failed at the Körung' his character is excellent. He passed his IPO III several times with high scores. As a sire it will be very difficult to fulfil the high expectations concerning his hereditary power based on his extra ordinary success in the showring, however, despite this he has sired some wonderful specimen like Ninjo von Norden Stamm, Lema and Lucifer v. Roveline, Dina Dilia van Diaspora and Nora van't Gronninger Land. With his many hereditary values he certainly has played (is playing) an important role in the development of the Dobermann.”

[by J.M. v.d. Zwan: In the beginning.....A history of the Dobermann]

Baron Bryan has sired some very nice progeny and below are his most influential litters and offspring:

  • van het Wantij “O” litters with Esmir van Hermansjomaik:
    • Odin: IPO 1 and passed the ZTP with 1A rating for character and SG for conformation.
    • Odi: SchH 3 and passed the Körung 'for life' with Körklasse 2A rating and dam of the van het Wantij “G, R” litters.
  • vom Norden Stamm “O” litter with Kassandra vom Norden Stamm:
    • Ondra: dam of the Huz “O, R” litters (Octavia, Rio Grande).
Baron Cecar van Rensloo
NHSB: 837342
HD: B-2
SchH 3, IPO 3, FH, ZTP V 1A
DVIN-Lstsg, Ned-Ch
Alva vom Franckenhorst
NHSB: 576278
HD: A-1
SchH 1, Angekört 1A, Int+Dt+Ned-Ch
Chico von Forell
DZB: 81130, Dt-Ch, Bdsg, DV-Sg
Amarilda von der Wachenburg
DZB: 81849
BryanStam's Gräfin Graziedotter
SKK: 48536/73
HD: A-1
Kasmir Kandy
SF: 1911/71, HD: A-1
Gravin Grazie
SF: 10914/70, Fin+Nor+Swe-Ch
Vitesse vom Franckenhorst
NHSB: 1103038
HD: A-1
SchH 1, UV, ZTP V 1A
Nimrod Hilo vom Franckenhorst
NHSB: 937287
HD: A-1
SchH 3
Guys Hilo vom Norden Stamm
DZB: 88881, SchH 3, FH, ZTP V 1A
Olive of Bamby's Pride
NPDD: 13032
Medina dei Piani di Praglia
LOI DSAL: 28742
Ingo von Forell
DZB: 84468, Ita-Ch
Della vom Franckenhorst
NHSB: 717395