Hungarian pointer

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Noun1.Hungarian pointer - Hungarian hunting dog resembling the Weimaraner but having a rich deep red coat
Spanish pointer, pointer - a strong slender smooth-haired dog of Spanish origin having a white coat with brown or black patches; scents out and points to game
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But it didn't put the victorious Hungarian Vizsla off its stride, which also went on to win Best In Show.
Zanza Hungarian Vizsla, aged one, from Callander, owned by Trish Thompson
The dog owners from Edgbaston, who do not want to be named, say their Hungarian Vizsla 15-month-old puppy Parker died after contracting Alabama Rot.
Ollie the Hungarian Vizsla is transfixed by the mirror image of the sky on the water.
The trial's six Labradors, two spaniels and a Hungarian vizsla have had six months' training and are said to be able to sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples - with a 93 per cent success rate.
It feels wonderful, I've been here twice before, and won best in show in 2010 with a Hungarian vizsla so to come back with Greg and do it again and come third overall in the gundog category is just as special," he said.
I had great success for years shooting over the pointers and setters of Grafton's Gene Fields and the Hungarian vizsla of Uxbridge's Stickland Wheelock.
Chunky, a Hungarian Vizsla, was spotted by RNLI lifeguards at Newgale beach, in Pembrokeshire, as he paddled out to sea in pursuit of the bird.
Last year Hungarian Vizsla Yogi took the title of Best in Show.
Jan Dale, a former police detective superintendent from Meriden, had her pedigree Hungarian Vizsla puppy stolen from kennels and a 4x4 vehicle was seen speeding away afterwards.

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