The first of two days of the Hungarian Open 2019 in Székesfehérvár, Hungary will start in a few hours on Saturday morning. How will the tournament go? And why are that many strong international teams at the tournament this year? The last question can be answered due to the geographical location and by the professional structure in the background of the organization. Another point is the international judges, who were already there in the last year with Stefanie Semkat, Vittorio Papvero and Petr Pupik. This year Sandra Deidda, Jan Egil Eide and Jocke Tangfelt will be in the ring. During the two days, the first 6 teams of each run in the categories Small, Medium and Medium+ qualify directly for the final. In the Large category, the first 11 teams qualify – As long as they do not have more than five fault points. Already qualified teams are no longer rated.
Small (Places 1-6 of each run)
Medium (Places 1-6 of each run)
Medium+ (Places 1-6 of each run)
Large (Places 1-11 of each run)
Already qualified teams are skipped
Judges Hungarian Open 2019:
Jan Egil Eide
The heats take place on two rings, while the final on Sunday will be held on one of these two rings. Also special is the size category Medium+, for small Large, and large Medium dogs who was introduced over the last year in Hungary. Last years winner were Nina Gregl with Wisp in the Large Tournament, Csilla Fodor with Fény in the Medium Tournament (see video below) and Denisa Lajmarovà with Rally in the Small Tournament. We will introduce you some of the participants of the 2019 issue later in the day.