Sektor v Inn 1181
(fawn, blue carrier)
(Prinz 811 x Hera-Haider)
Born April 27 [or 17], 1902
Owner: W. Georg Burckhardt, Freiburg I.S. who had taken Sektor over from Joseph Wissnet.
Breeder: Engelbert Haider, Simbach a. Inn.
Perhaps Sektor v Inn is an example of the “yellow-Lab” look.
Sektor was considered the best and most successful stud dog the dane breed had ever known, besides his sire Prinz 811.
Although his brother Meteor had taken the highest show honors, he did not have the ability to produce as well as Sektor did, proving – even back then – that in spite of completely identical bloodlines it’s not always the best and most beautiful dog in the litter that’s the best dog for breeding.
In earlier years Sektor had attended shows almost exclusively in south and middle Germany, he was never shown in Berlin.
In the 4 years before his death, almost all the top winners in the biggest shows were sons or daughters of Sektor; and those were big shows with entries well over 100. Besides all these top-winning dogs, Sektor also produced a large number of class winners.
This is extraordinary considering that Sektor was mated with only relatively few – and indeed, more mediocre than high class bitches. While his owner realized his potential, the owners of outstanding bitches equal to him in birth didn’t take advantage of his services. Perhaps they were “champion-chasing” – a trait well known in today’s breeders.
In February 1909 at only 6 ¾ years of age, Sektor died as the result of a bladder hemorrhage. His owner had taken him to the Veterinary College in Dresden soon after the first symptoms appeared and the confirmed diagnosis was that a violently acute general inflammation of the bladder had caused it to rupture, which led swiftly to death. Anyone who had seen this magnificent dog in his last days marveled at the almost youthful suppleness this nearly 7-year-old dog.
His death destroyed several breeders’ hopes, and his owner mourned a true friend and constant companion. Sektor v Inn produced many progeny which appear in extended pedigrees of most of today’s Danes all over the world.
Full siblings of Sektor v Inn:
Prinz II v Inn (see more about Prinz II v Inn on the page "Prinz 811"
CH Meteor-Haider (see more about CH Meteor-Haider on the page "Prinz 811"
Sire of Sektor v Inn:
Prinz 811 - see page "Prinz 811"
Dam of Sektor v Inn:
Hera-Haider - see more about Hera-Haider on page "Prinz 811"
Judging by the body structure of Prinz, Sektor got his more elegant body structure from his Mom Hera-Haider. Although I haven't seen a picture of Hera-Haider, her sire seems to be a more elegant body structure - and Sektor resembles him more than his sire Prinz 811.
Progeny of Sektor v Inn:
Sektor v Inn was bred to Flora I v Inn
Flora I v Inn (unregistered) (Hektor v Inn 788 x Olga v Rotthal 733 – from half brother/sister breeding. Actually they were closer than that – Hektor & Olga had the same father – Tyras v Inn 654, but their mothers were also sisters)
pictures of Flora's parents:
Hektor below...perhaps a mask-less "yellow lab" look?
pic of Olga:
Sektor v Inn was bred to Flora I v Inn and produced:
CH Lore v Inn. Owners: Muss Arnoldt of New York., and then Mr. Dalrymple of Rolling Hill Kennels in Port Allegheny, PA. Breeder: Herr Wissnet. Imported from Germany by Mr. Muss Arnoldt.
CH Castor v Inn
CH Pollux v Inn
Sektor was bred to his half sister, Flora II v Inn
Flora II v Inn 1326 (brindle) (Prinz 811 x Kassandra v Inn) Born January 6 [or January 1], 1903. Owner: W.C. Burkhardt, Freiburg i.s. Breeder: Jos. Wissnet, Simbach a. Inn. Flora was bred to her half brother, Sektor v Inn and produced Hannah-Brunner. Sister to Minka v Inn 1323.
Sektor v Inn was bred to Flora II v Inn and produced:
Hannah-Brunner, fawn, born 1905
**Danes in RED have their own "Danes of Special Note" page.