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Schutzhund is a dog sport that was designed for breeders to measure the working ability of their dogs. The information gained from a schutzhund trial is to be used as a tool in selecting breeding partners.
Here in America the sport of schutzhund is well organized and run by Schutzhund USA:
Schutzhund USA has an excellent magazine that comes out 6 times a year. I recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about the sport.
If you wish to learn more about this great sport, we offer a number of training videos and show videos on the sport. Refer to our master list of videos.
In my opinion Schutzhund USA is a corrupt organization with weak leadership. I was a member of Schutzhund USA from 1976 to 2008 and it saddens me to have to make these claims.
Schutzhund USA fosters a good old boy network that empowers bullies in the sport who have elevated cheating to an acceptable level of tolerance.
If you are considering training in this sport I strongly recommend that you look at the DVG. The DVG is an all breed schutzhund organization with origins in Germany.
In fact a better choice would be to look at the Mondio Ring Sport rather than Schutzhund. The Mondio Ring is a relatively new dog sport that the dogs love. It has no tracking. Had Mondio Ring come to American in the early 1970 like Schutzhund did back then. Mondio would be the dominant biting sport in America today.
This article has been on my web site since 1994. I have chosen to leave this article for those who want to learn about the sport.
The original purpose for the sport of Schutzhund was to develop a dog sport that could measure the working ability of the dog so that information could be used in a breeding program to develop better working dogs with good temperaments.
Schutzhund work concentrates on three parts. Many familiar with the obedience work of the American Kennel Club's affiliates will recognize the first two parts, tracking and obedience. The Schutzhund standards for the third part, protection work, are similar in some ways (not all) to police work or personal protection work.
While dogs of other breeds are also admitted to Schutzhund trials, this breed evaluation test was developed specifically for the German Shepherd Dog. Schutzhund is intended to demonstrate the dog's intelligence and utility. As a working trial, Schutzhund measures the dog's mental stability, endurance, structural efficiencies, ability to scent, willingness to work, courage, and trainability.
This working dog sport offers an opportunity for dog owners to train their dog and compete with each other for recognition of both the handler's ability to train and the dog's ability to perform as required. It is a sport enjoyed by persons of varied professions, who join together in a camaraderie born of their common interest in working with their dogs. Persons of all ages and conditions of life--even those with significant disabilities--enjoy Schutzhund as a sport. Often, it is a family sport.
The OBEDIENCE PHASE includes a series of heeling exercises, some of which are closely in and around a group of people. During the heeling, there is a gun shot test to assure that the dog does not openly react to such sharp noises. There is also a series of field exercises in which the dog is commanded to sit, lie down, and stand while the handler continues to move. From these various positions, the dog is recalled to the handler. With dumbbells of various weights, the dog is required to retrieve on a flat surface, over a one-meter hurdle, and over a six-foot slanted wall. The dog is also asked to run in a straight direction from its handler on command and lie down on a second command. Finally, each dog is expected to stay in a lying down position away from its handler, despite distractions, at the other end of the obedience field, while another dog completes the above exercises. All of the obedience exercises are tests of the dog's temperament, structural efficiencies, and, very importantly, its willingness to serve man or woman.
THE PROTECTION PHASE tests the dog's courage, physical strength, and agility. The handler's control of the dog is absolutely essential. The exercises include a search of hiding places, finding a hidden person (acting as a human decoy), and guarding that decoy while the handler approaches. The dog is expected to pursue the decoy when an escape is attempted and to hold the grip firmly. The decoy is searched and transported to the judge with the handler and dog walking behind and later at the decoy's right side. When the decoy attempts to attack the handler, the dog is expected to stop the attack with a firm grip and no hesitation.
The final test of courage occurs when the decoy is asked to come out of a hiding place by the dog's handler from the opposite end of the trial field. The dog is sent after the decoy when he attempts to run away. Just when the dog is about to catch the decoy, the judge signals the decoy to turn about and run directly at the dog, threatening the dog with a stick. All bites during the protection phase are expected to be firmly placed on the padded sleeve and stopped on command and/or when the decoy discontinues the fight. The protection tests are intended to assure that the dog is neither a coward nor a criminal menace.
Since then, many other countries and working dog organizations have also adopted Schutzhund as a sport and test of working performance in dogs International rules have been established, and they are administered by the Verein fur Deutsche Hundesport (VDH).
In 1970 the first Schutzhund trial in the U.S. was held in California. In 1987, the United Schutzhund Clubs of America alone sanctioned nearly 300 trials with a total entry of about 1,800 dogs/handler teams. More than 17 countries sent teams of competitors to the World Championship for Schutzhund dogs from the World Union of German Shepherd Clubs.
For Schutzhund II the dog must be at least 16 months old and must already have earned its Schutzhund I degree. It must again pass all of the obedience and protection test required for the Schutzhund I degree, but those tests, for Schutzhund II, are made more difficult and require greater endurance, agility, and, above all, control. There is an additional retrieve required over the six-foot slanted wall. In tracking, the Schutzhund II candidate must be able to follow a track laid by a stranger at least 30 minutes earlier.
For Schutzhund III, the master's degree, the dog must be at least 18 months old and must have earned both the Schutzhund I and the Schutzhund II titles. Again, the tests now are made far more difficult. All exercises in obedience and protection are demonstrated off leash. There is the addition of a walking and running stand. In tracking, the dog must follow a track that was laid by a stranger at least 50 minutes earlier. The track has four turns, compared with two turns for Schutzhund I and II, and there are three objects, rather than two, that must be found by the dog. The picture of obedience, strength, eagerness, and confidence presented by an excellent Schutzhund III team is a beautiful illustration of the partnership of human and dog.
In addition to the Schutzhund temperament tests, the United Schutzhund Clubs of /America offer three training degrees: the FH
In addition to sound structural efficiencies for long, arduous work, the standard for the German Shepherd Dog calls for mental stability and a willingness to work. The dog should be approachable, quietly standing its ground, showing confidence and a willingness to meet, overtures without itself necessarily making them. It should be fearless, but also good with children.
The German Shepherd Dog should not be timid or react nervously to unusual sounds or sights. A dog that is overly aggressive because of its overall fears of people and events can be extremely dangerous. The Schutzhund sport is designed to identify and eliminate such dogs from breeding stock. Because Schutzhund training gives the owner a great deal of control over the dog, the owner is able to let the dog have more fun. Not only is Schutzhund training itself enjoyable for the dog, but the Schutzhund trained dog knows how to please its owners, creating a stronger bond between dog and owners.
Selecting the bloodlines from which you want your puppy may require advice. Information from breed surveys can help. Of course, it makes sense to discuss your objectives with reputable and experienced Schutzhund handlers or enthusiasts.
Once you have determined that the bloodlines of the potential dam and sire are of high quality, you should observe the parents, especially the mother, if that is at all possible. The dam will be the main influence on the young pup for the first six weeks of its life. If the dam is nervous or unsure, chances are this uncertainty will be transferred to the offspring.
If you are able to see the litter, watch the puppies together and also separately, to try to determine which is the best puppy. Obvious structural defects or health problems should be watched for.
It is important that the puppy have intense instinct to stalk the prey - a ball, a toy, etc. - and also be the leader in the sense of bullying the other puppies. The puppy should not show fear when away from its litter mates. It should not need to stay with the mother. The puppy should be adventurous and active, playing with objects shown to it by someone in the enclosure, but it should be independent enough to take that object and go off on its own as well.
It is independence and confidence, combined with the positive contact with the pack leader (the dam at the time) that will develop into the traits of trainability that you need.
Puppy hood is the most critical period for the development of the characteristics you want to encourage. Your local Schutzhund club can advise you about nurturing and socializing your growing puppy.
A puppy learns from its experiences, so you want to provide only positive ones. It should be provided with opportunity to explore and investigate new situations and new people, but always in a non-threatening way. Remember that your goal is to build confidence in the young animal. Your aim is not to dominate or oppress the young pup.
Exposure to different environments is crucial to the general education of the dog and also to assure it that the world is a safe place. If something appears to make the dog unsure, give it the opportunity to investigate it slowly, but do not force the issue.
It is imperative to avoid situations where your dog would be dominated by another, older or stronger dog, or by another puppy. You also want to avoid having to discipline or correct your puppy and thus dampen its spirit or damage its self-confidence. You can do this by never leaving the pup in a situation where it can cause damage to your valuables or find itself in a dangerous predicament.
The final area of development is that of drive encouragement. The natural behaviors that you want to encourage are playing with the ball, tug of war, hide and seek, pulling toys on a string, pursuing you rapidly when you run away, and finally defending itself, its family and its home. The latter really only shows itself between the ages of nine and 18 months, as the pup begins to mature, by barking at strangers or intruders.
It is better to leave for later formal obedience training with a younger dog. The character of the puppy is not sufficiently strong to withstand the corrections involved in obedience training. Acceptable manners at home and in the car and "play" training, like learning to sit for a food reward, with no corrections involved, is advisable. Real obedience work should begin only after the dog is well on its way in the protection training.
For thousands of years, dogs have adapted to serve humans in a naturally beneficial relationship. While dogs could move quickly, hunt prey, and protect flocks and their owner, the humans could provide food, shelter from the most severe elements, and protection from larger predators, besides tending to the dog's injuries. A dog's reason for being is to serve humans.
Schutzhund training helps develop the dog's natural instincts to a high level. Self confident dogs, doing work for which they are well trained, are happy dogs. Wagging tails, sounds of excitement, and strong pulling on a leash all show an observer at a Schutzhund trial how much fulfillment dogs find in this work.
Schutzhund clubs are organized by regions through the U.S., and there are numerous clubs in most areas of nearly all states. Regional Directors are also available for information and guidance in locating a Schutzhund club or starting a new one.
As of January 1988, there were more than 130 full member clubs and 14 affiliated clubs in the United Schutzhund Clubs of America. More than 3,500 individuals were members of those clubs.
In addition, the USA sanctions regional championships and two major national championships. It also sanctions conformation shows and championships for the German Shepherd Dog.
USA is responsible for scheduling visits from foreign judges and administers its own judges program.
USA also maintains a Breed Registry for German Shepherd Dogs consisting of pedigrees for five generations.
USA adheres to the VDH rules for Schutzhund.
DVG membership cost is $48.00 which includes the magazine and all scorebooks, trial paperwork etc. are all at no charge. Subscription only for the magazine is $20.00.
If you wish to join the DVG the contact person is:
5718 Watson Circle
Dallas, TX 75225
1 Enzo and Rod Tompkins 97-96-100= 293
2 Fratz and Cathy Jobe 97-96-99=292
3 Pirol and Gary Hanrahan 98-94-97=289
4 Shane and Kelly Martin 97-96-96=289 (Mal)
5 Olk and Chet Roberts 99-94-95=288
6 Pascha and Wayne Simanovich 99-92-96=287
7 Masa and Stephen Robinson 92-94-98=284
8 Inkas and T. Floyd 98-92-94=284
9 Tarzan and Mark Natinsky 96-95-93=284
10 Panter and Dean Calderon 97-90-96=283
11 Dux and Ray Blomberg 97-95-91=283
12 Asko and Joe Moldovan 94-95-93=282
13 Drago and Richard Atkins 91-93-96=280
14 Basko and Pat Brown-John 96-89-95=280
15 Arlo and Mary Allen 95-90-94=279 (Mal)
16 Olk and Rhae Lynn Blair 96-89-93=278
17 Irco and Leon Luszcz 94-87-96=277
18 Gundo and Wayne Walcott 98-93-86=277
19 Amigo and Steven Miller 91-90-95=276
20 Lindo and Joe Laney 95-87-93=275
21 Erk and Barry Drangel 96-80-98=274
22 B-Arrow and Jerry Bradshaw 84-93-97=274
23 Yambo and Christine Gaumont 87-94-93=274
24 Anuk and Vickie Bartley 99-82-93=274
25 Psy and Catherine Wray 89-91-93=273 (Mal)
26 Chivas and Brian Koch 94-89-90=273
27 Pike and Jow Trotter 97-80-95=272
28 Eclipse and Gail Dodd 88-95-89=272
29 Cairo and Nelli Racsko 97-91-83=271
30 Harley and Karen MacIntyre 93-87-90=270
31 Qrack and Michael Fitzgerald 93-90-87=270
32 Nick and Dave Taylor 97-92-81=270
33 Lennie and Margaret Gossman 87-89-93=269
34 Biene and Donna Rednour 87-90-92=269
35 Fighter and Richard Greba 97-81-91=269
36 Elliot and Cheryl O'Donnell 86-86-95=267
37 Nic and John Sequino 95-77-95=267
38 Alexander and Tammy Marshall 100-78-88=266
39 Nello and Carolyn Strehlow 85-90-90=265
40 Qanto and Pan Hanrahan 98-81-85=264
41 Adlercrest and Kyle Nunn 92-91-81=264
42 Urion and Gary Park 94-80-89=263
43 Ados and Stephanie Zoccolillo 99-79-85=263
44 Toby and Lance Woodley 90-82-90=262
45 Bac and Bob Adams 90-84-87=261
46 Cando and Greg Bento 87-88-86=261
47 CNitro and Mark Scarberry 96-81-83=260
48 Cliff and Chad Smith 89-79-89=257
49 Nax and Russell Osburn 93-79-85=257
50 Hasso and Alice Stroman 96-78-83=257
51 Tore and David Robinson 83-86-87=256
52 Omar and Thomas Trainor 96-76-84=256
53 Vanto and Howard Rodriquez 90-95-70=255
54 Cas and Hank Jones 91-78-85=254
55 Addar and Patricia Fischer 93-71-87=251
56 Beau and Greg Bennett 87-78-84=249
57 Agamemnon and Oscar Dupre 78-86-84=248
58 Gauner and Tom Huelsman 90-87-70=247
59 Paladin's Astro and Greg Wilson 85-79-82=246
60 Aztec and Randy Hartz 97-64-84=245
61 Azza and Rosemary Allsup 77-85-81=243
62 Immo and Ed Romero 70-79-85=234
63 Anka and Barbara Valente 84-63-78=225
64 Assam and Isabel Lambertz 62-68-84=214
65 Clark and Clayton Meadows 22-83-84=189
66 Tell and Brian McNaulty 90-74-0
HANDLER TRAINED DOGS4th Shane ot Vitosha (Mal) Kelly Martin.
Rod Tompkins, 100-98-97, 295
Gary Hanrahan, 98-95-99, 292
Stephen Robinson, 98-93-99, 290
Wayne Simanovich, 99-92-99, 290
Cathy Jobe, 90-98-99, 287
Rhae Lynn Bair, 94-90-96, 280
Nelli Racsko, 93-92-95, 280
Richard Atkins, 96-92-92, 280
Timothy Cruser, 99-90-91, 280
Chet Roberts, 92-85-90, 278
Steve Miller, 97-84-94, 275
Egon Vollrath, 88-87-99, 274
Martin Vollrath, 97-82-94, 273
Sue Borgen, 94-82-89, 271
Eric Beasley, 99-80-90, 269
Thomas Martin, 86-87-95, 268
Todd Sorenson, 95-88-85, 268
Edward Gutekanst, 90-87-87, 264
Michael Rutherford, 90-85-86, 261
Greg Bennett, 97-74-89, 260
Joe Laney, 94-80-85, 259
T. Floyd, 76-86-93, 255
Wayne Walcott, 73-93-86, 252
Robert Frisby, 81-74-96, 251
John Mulligan, 91-73-86, 250
Leon Luszcz, 36-89-96, 221
Hank De Boer - pulled
Wayne Curry - pulled
Howard Rodriguez - pulled
Michael Fitzgerald - pulled
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0901 Gisa vom Wittgensteinerland Otterbach Horst 99 92 98 289V
1407 Nastor vom Wolfsburger Schloß Balonier Ingeborg 97 96 95 288V
1104 Nick vom Heiligenbösch Gugnon Franz 95 96 96 287V
0801 Dasty vom Hainpark Lapp Thomas 98 93 96 287V
1206 Wumm von der Kaisersäule Gebhard Siegbert 98 94 95 287V
1504 Sandor vom Leipheimer Moor Huber Martin 98 94 94 286V
1507 Otter vom Grossen Grauen Degant Alfred 93 93 98
0602 Bingo von CarolusSchulte zur Hausen Marie-Luise 94 94 96 284SG
0301 Erich vom kühlen Norden Even Wilhelm 98 91 95 284SG
0506 Kim vom Düsselwappen Zank Jürgen 93 94 96 283SG
0101 Ringo von der Bombardshöhe Stocks Dirk 99 90 94 283SG
1307 Sid vom Haus Gremm Sauer Jörg 94 93 95 282SG
1503 Iwo vom Bleichen Sand Heck Alfons 96 91 95 282SG
1301 Duke vom Moosanger Seitz jun. Heinz 95 93 94 282SG
0605 Quinie von der Felsenmühle Kathöver Mareike 98 90 94 282SG
1207 Mutz vom Kosakenwald Kölblin Rainer 92 97 93 282SG
0302 Joker von Posejdon Schlue Wolfgang 94 95 93 282SG
1502 Iriss vom Michelskirchlein Salvamoser Erwin 97 94 91 282SG
1002 Kanitz vom Dreibirkenhain Wrobel Wolfgang 97 88 96 281SG
1005 Quax von der Fasanerie Buchmann Harald 97 91 93 281SG
1202 Erol vom Zeuterner Himmelreich Schorpp Peter 94 90 96 280SG
1406 Tom vom Kirchgarten Gessner Herbert 94 91 95 280SG
0803 Bojar aus der Rheingaumitte Norgardt Karl-Heinz 96 90 94 280SG
0706 Darro vom Fegelhof Schreiber Klaus 98 88 94 280SG
1303 Yaska von der Döllenwiese Tschürtz Angelika 95 95 90 280SG
1401 Andy vom Feldhof Schwarz Alfons 98 92 90 280SG
0802 Unar von der Maineiche Groos Gerald 98 83 98 279SG
0405 Haslan vom alten Felsenkeller Labuch Astrid 94 90 95 279SG
0704 Dax vom Sassenbergerland Mimberg Hans-Werner 96 93 90 279SG
0104 Eyra Op de Hyde Flinks Bernhard 94 87 97 278SG
0103 Olive vom Jacobiner SchloßJacobi Wolfgang 90 93 95 278SG
0303 Bronco von Carolus Hagedorn Mario 90 94 94 278SG
1007 Basko von der Haumühle Weber Werner 93 91 94 278SG
0504 Pius vom Geefacker Schütze Werner 98 87 93 278SG
1302 Iwan vom alten Felsenkeller Blessing Armin 96 91 91 278SG
1102 Ilja vom Heiligenbösch Kratz Gilbert 95 93 90 278SG
0401 Olix von den Wannaer Höhen Brede Bernd 96 92 90 278SG
0702 Leja von Loyola Kruse Heinz 94 87 96 277SG
1505 Arko vom Nindorfer Haus Kaiser Petra 98 87 92 277SG
1306 Yonn vom Bamberger Domplatz Brenner Ronald 96 96 85 277SG
0607 Louis vom Bodelschwingher Schloss Kilian Dieter 97 87 92 276SG
1802 Lasso vom Kämpchen Patten Willi 94 91 91 276SG
1403 Dax vom alten Ober Beerbacher Schloß Pecho Jutta 93 96 87 276SG
0805 Prinz vom Hammerbachthal Sternheimer Klaus 94 89 92 275SG
0510 Eros vom Reuschenberger Land Hilbrandt Hans-Peter 93 91 91 275SG
1101 Eyck von der unteren Saar Remmel Matthias 97 92 86 275SG
0902 Natz vom Heideloh Plön Hans-Jörg 91 90 93 274SG
1408 Xato von der bösen Nachbarschaft Fiedler Hans 90 94 90 274SG
0806 Aik vom Schloß Zweibrüggen Urich Markus 96 81 96 273SG
0808 Tecumseh vom Jacobiner Schloß Mack Isabell 92 86 95 273SG
0905 Kusto von der Maineiche Klitsch Hubert 96 84 93 273SG
0305 Faja vom Braunschweiger Wappen Schäble Roger 97 85 91 273SG
1004 Racker vom Bärenschuß Diemert jun. Heinz 91 92 90 273SG
1701 Boss vom Schloß Ahorn Franke Peter 94 93 86 273SG
0202 Gianna vom Suhrrehm Muhsold Christine 93 83 96 272SG
0903 Basko del Cerbero Hühne Karl-Heinz 96 82 94 272SG
0102 Wicko von der Rensefelder Schlucht Helms Thomas 98 87 87 272SG
0906 Fenja vom Schloß-Richthof Classen Thomas 94 96 82 272SG
1902 Unze vom Rosenstock Juntke Stefan 92 88 91 271SG
1901 Cora vom Trappenberg Bartnik Klaus 91 88 91 270SG
1304 Fello vom Kernenturm Jacobs Peter 95 84 91 270SG
0509 King von Karthago Herweg Monika 92 88 90 270SG
0204 Shila vom Steinparkhang Schade Ingeborg 92 86 91
0105 Erna von Mark-Ottenhain Meyer Nicole 97 84 88 269G
0404 Boy vom Pendel Bach Becker Hans-Jürgen 96 86 87 269G
0601 Arek vom Kirchweihtal Mantke Werner 89 84 95 268G
0201 Gundel vom Wittgensteinerland Stolpe Uwe 91 85 92 268G
1305 Aly vom Vordersteinwald Rüdenauer Erika 99 85 84 268G
0603 Belschik von Eicken-Bruche Kötters Michael 95 82 90 267G
1103 Half vom Ruhbachtal Eisenla Manfred 95 82 90 267G
0507 Drago von den Sennequellen Kremer Ingo 93 86 88 267G
0606 Cello von Haus Anja Schmitz Annegret 84 88 94 266G
1204 Yelly von Burg Tiersperg Langeneckert Bruno 91 85 90 266G
1510 Buck von Durono-Turris Kohler Birgit 92 87 87 266G
0701 Eik vom Teichweg Sonntag Rainer 90 92 84 266G
0705 Xenon vom Jacobiner Schloß Grösler Wolfgang 97 86 83
266G 1001 Mispel von Karthago Waldforst Andrea 90 87 88 265G
1506 Dingo vom Pfrontner Tal Paul Robert 90 90 85 265G
0306 Duarto vom Liegnitzer Hof Niemeyer Joachim 95 85 85 265G
1405 Fly von der bösen Nachbarschaft Haas Edmund 91 93 81
265G 1006 Gerry vom kühlen Norden Schräder Bernd 88 83 93 264G
0505 Nino vom Haus Setterich Plum Hans 87 86 91 264G
0804 Basko vom Erkenschwicker Wald Ritter Frank Peter 88 92 84 264G
0703 Hasko vom Cap Arkona Otte Wolfgang 90 80 93 263G
0904 Eddy vom Schloß-Richthof Kaufmann Roland 97 73 93
263G 0402 Pike von der Schafbachmühle Emken Heiko 98 82 82 262G
1203 Boyar vom Körbeltal Stiehl Helmut 81 87 93 261G
0203 Xicko von Armannsberg Schwedland Bodo 89 90 82 261G
0501 Vasko vom Oberhausener-Kreuz Wirth Manfred 96 84 80 260G
2003 Gasko vom Bernhardinerhof Ciesilski Henry 86 82 91 259G
0604 Hasso von Golsberg Clauwaert Jean 81 91 87 259G
1404 Bajaro vom alten Felsenkeller Beck Gerd 85 83 90 258G
1803 Irk von der Rohrbrücke Rischer Holger 84 85 88 257G
0503 Grando vom Pleystrang Hünnekes Bettina 74 86 96 256G
0508 Boy von Haus-Klönne Claßen Thomas 81 87 88 256G
0403 Pauline vom Lumbago Oetken Hans 90 82 84 256G
0205 Angie vom Zypressenhain Wolf Bodo 91 78 85 254G
1903 Neik aus dem schwarzen Zwinger Neugebauer Burghard 78 87 88 253G
1509 Igor vom Eschachtal Degant Tobias 85 80 88 253G
1703 Luck von der Bahrener Höhevon Rhein Wolfgang 82 80 83 245G
1402 Alfa vom Mühlteich Reichardt
Josef 95 92 75 262M
1409 Werro von Armannsberg Bau Esther 89 83 76 248M
1201 Aik von der Sonnhalde Dörner Armin 55 89 96 240M
1511 Clif vom Hüttenwirt Schröder Jürgen 63 83 93 239M
1205 Binno von Ennazus Osorio Marco 89 88 61 238M
1105 Tex vom Körbelbach Schwarz Peter 61 88 77 226M
1801 Baxter vom Geiersnest Sielaff Henrik 31 91 95 217M
0807 Grando vom Siegener KrönchenWagner Rainer 84 87 42 213M
0304 Jack vom Weißen Brink Hauff Karl-Heinz 87 90 29 206M
1508 Basko vom Kirchweihtal Gehring Helmut 33 80 91 204M
1107 Dack von Soltau Rubly Karl 22 85 95 202M
2002 Quinn von der Burg Nyhus Beyer Wilhelm 32 83 84 199M
0106 Assard vom Team Chaos Begier Stefan 76 80 36 192M
1003 Heiko vom Olbergsholz Meffert Michaela 84 88 4 176M
2001 Glenn vom Tannenberg Immel Torsten 11 75 88 174M