The agility videos in u-tube, performed by the Beregrac team in 2012:
Jolie Bergerac de Hu
- At the Belgian Agility World Championship of 2011 the Hungarian team was 2nd, and Barka Bergerac de Hu was member of the team.
- Our new members and the old ones are now from 2010
Sirko Teréz with Silevr-Rony Bergerac de Hu and “Cherry” Infinity Bergerac de Hu (Tervuerens)
Lengyel Tímea with “Miel” Cuba-Libre Bergerac de Hu (Tervueren) and Bergerac Dorka (Groenendael)
Vlajku Eszter with Pinchers
Horváth Pálma with “Cleo” (the border collie) and Yana (border collie)
The Czinoder family with a lot of dogs: 2 Schipperkes, 4 Pinchers, 1 Groenendael and 3 handlers
Halász Ildikó with Jolie Bergerac de Hu (Schipperke), Barka Bergerac de Hu (Tervueren), “Easy” Ilcsi Bergerac de Hu (Tervueren) (and 2 more veterans, Lucky and April) Troly Bergerac de Hu (Schipperke male)
- Hungarian Championship 2010:
Mini team winner was Bergerac team: 2 Schipperkes and 2 Pinchers
Maxi team 3rd place: Bergerac maxies: Barka, Roni and Miel (3 Tervuerens) and Cleo (Border Collie)
- Individual Maxi Agility Champion of 2010 was Barka Bergerac de Hu with Halász Ildikó
Letters about the Positive Handling Video.
Hi Ildiko.I LOVE the videos ! ! Finally someone who shows me how to train Belgian Shepherds for agility. The reason I bought your videos was because I have a female from Amper and Kathy (a full sister to Barka) ‘Kitty’ and do not know how to train her. I wanted to see how you trained Barka hoping it will help me. I am sure your video will help me a lot. What you describe about Barka and Amper is very much like Kitty.Kitty is VERY HIGH drive (she growls at me not from anger but wanting to work) and toy driven but does not give the toy back. As a youngster she was very easily distracted. She wants to work so badly, she has problems concentrating on what I want from her. She is very affectionate and likes sitting on my husband’s lap. She is afraid of heights (like Amper) and is very afraid of the tunnels. Yet, I know that if I knew how to train her she would be a fantastic agility dog.Unfortunately, I am not a highly experienced handler like you but still very much a novice. I work with my Tervueren male, Aldo (he is a Gourou son but has Falco v d Lamar behind him from his mother’s side). Aldo is very fast with lots of drive but he has an ‘off’ button which is wonderful. He is very calm and very, very forgiving for a novice handler like me. It is great for me to learn with him and make the mistakes I need to make to learn. I will use your video and read your texts to help me train my younger Belgians including Kitty. I have 2 young pups who are by Aldo and Enya of the Homeport who is a full sister to Amigo. The boy is very much like Aldo and has high toy drive. The girl is very fast but has limited toy drive. I like your toy on the long rope that you pulled along the ground. I will try that with her. ….Thank you so much for taking the trouble to make the videos – that has clearly been a lot of work.Kind regardsCarla Spelt
I got the DVD and have already started going through it, I like it very much and it’s really great to see you working with the dogs.
I have discovered the agility world very late and am trying to learn the more I can.
Lengyel Timea and “Miel” Cuba-Libre Bergerac de Hu, Hungarian Champion of 2011, member of the FCI World Champion team of 2012.
Jolie Bergerac de Hu with Ildikó Halász was member of the Hungarian agility mini team at the World Championship in 2011, France. She made no mistakes.
Krisztina Kabai has moved to Germany, so left the team in 2010.
The Bergerac Agility Hungary has deleted Anna Eifert from our team in August 2010, as she was not behaving, according to us, as a Bergerac should. Agility is for fun, for handler and dog, and the most important is, that we should feel ourselves good at training and at the race. The results are only at the second place, and money is at the last place.
The New Beregrac Agility Hungary team in January 2007:
(from left) Krisztina Kabai with Tea and Chili, Péter Váradi with Bergerac Bijou, Ildikó Halász with Barka Beregrac de Hu, Tessa Beregrac de Hu, Jolie Beregrac de Hu (in the hand), Timea Lengyel with “Dorka” Beregrac Astoria and “Miel” Cuba Libre Beregrac de Hu, Tamás Krizsán , Eifer Anna with “Chester” Fax Bergerac de Hu and Nevian.
We are prepairing a DVD and a text about
our agility training, and my method of teaching my dogs. At the
moment I have kept 4 youngsters, Bergerac Arry (groenendael), Bergerac
Barka (tervueren), Bergerac Tessa and Solitaire. From the first
steps you could see their teaching, and also the result. They are
all very good. Nevian, the border collie was also trained with this
method. We hope to finish it in a few month time.
The BERGERAC AGILITY HUNGARY team:
The agility team from left: Timi Lengyel,
Anna Eifert, Tamás Krizsán, Péter Váradi and Ildikó Halász
the dogs: B. Flört, B. Astoria, Nevian M., B. Fax, Amper O., B.
Lucky, B. Bijou, B. Tessa, and the other dogs, who are not on the
Our team of agility has a new member: Krisztina Kabai. (March 2007)
She is racing with Border Collie and Sheltie, but she started in
maxi category with a groenendael, Tangó, the son of my Quartz.He
is now 9 years old.
You can see the film of our trainings on the homepage of Eifert
and at the Videos.
I keep special agility seminars held in my
garden and at the Bergerac Agility dog school. If you are interested, please contact me.