2022 – successful racing season

The members of our second litter had a great season again. Their list of successes including (but not limited to):

Cserihegyi TAMO Frater
owned and trained by Robert Fung

FCI Greyhound of the Year, National Champion of 2021
FCI Club Champion
CGGRC Czech Champion

Cserihegyi TAMO Carter
owned and trained by Antal Proksa

CGRC European Derby semi winner (withdrawn from Final bc of injury)

Cserihegyi TAMO Blake
owned by Viktória Komáromi dr., trained by Károly Racsek

Hungarian Derby Sprint 280m unbeaten winner, TR (Kincsem Park)
WGO Grand Prix winner AA0 480m (Kincsem Park)
September Trophy winner AA0 480m (Kincsem Park)
European Derby runner up (Kincsem Park)

Cserihegyi TAMO Bolt
owned by Diána Komáromi, trained by Károly Racsek

New Years Eve Grand Prix 2021/2022 A1 winner (Kincsem Park)

2021 – amazing race season

We have participated this year mostly on the races of the Kincsem Park Budapest track, but visited the Isaszeg track (CGRC / CRF) too and our dogs performance wasn’t a disappointment at all.

Cserihegyi TAMO Carter FCI European Champion 2021 Münster, Germany. Owner: Antal Proksa (H).

2 racers bred by us has won 2 of the most prestigous races of mainland Europe:

Cserihegyi TAMO Carter – FCI European Champion 2021 Münster, Germany, CGRC European Derby Consolation winner 2021 Isaszeg, Hungary – owned by Antal Proksa (H)
Cserihegyi TAMO Frater – CGRC European Derby Winner 2021 Isaszeg, Hungary, FCI European Championship finalist & 4th pl. Münster, Germany – owned by Robert Fung (H),

To be the breeder of the first Hungary based FCI Championship winner since 2008 – it is simple amazing.

To have a CGRC European Derby winner (Frater),
an FCI European Championship winner (Carter),
a CGRC European Derby Plati Semi winner (Blake), and
a KP Europa Derby Consolation winner (Bolt)
in the very same litter (and it was a litter of 4 pups!) – this is something very special.

I am so glad the boys are doing their owners proud and prooved they are competitive at the highest level in Europe, even against Irish bred racers. And this only from the second ever Cserihegyi Greyhound litter which makes the “Cserihegyi FCI Championship statistics” as follows:
3 entries – 3 finalists – 1 winner.

Many-many thanks to the owners who are doing a brilliant job with their dogs.

2021 CGRC European Derby winner: Cserihegyi TAMO Frater, owned by Robert Fung (H).

Our own (owned or trained) dogs achived some pretty good results in 2021 too: 9 wins in Kincsem Park track, and some nice performance in Isaszeg also:

Cserihegyi Another Little Help from my Friends:
Derby Day Sprint Invitation

Cserihegyi TAMO Blake (own.: dr. Komáromi Viktória, Hungary):
Decemberi Trófea S1
CGRC European Derby Plate Semi winner, Final 3. (Isaszeg)
Speed Star Invitation runner up (Isaszeg)

Cserihegyi TAMO Bolt:
(6 starts – 3 wins)
Szeptemberi Trófea A0
Europa Derby Consolation
Decemberi Trófea A1

Hasskona Odile:
Oaks A1

Pennys Slibhin (own.: Sandel Chimoaica, Romania):
Augusztusi Díj S2
Szeptemberi Trófea A1
WGO Bajnokság A1
CGRC Eurpean Derby Final 4. (Isaszeg)
Speed Star Invitation Winner (Isaszeg)

More pics:
Kincsem Park track
other tracks (Isaszeg, Münster)

Cserihegyi TAMO Bolt Kincsem Park Europa Derby Consolation winner, trained by Károly Racsek (H).

Successful 1st race season in Kincsem Park, Budapest

The new greyhound racing track in Budapest, the Kincsem Park had its first season in 2020. Our dogs delivered great successes, they have won 7 races, inlcuding the most prestigous one, the Hungarian Derby and a track record on 480 meter also. Mashmad Bale “Jerry” has won 2 times, our own bred male Cserihegyi Another Little Help from my Friends “Penge” 3 times, while Pride of Hungary “Johnny”, who is trained by Károly Racsek, finished twice as first. Diana was the most winning female trainer of the year.

Pride of Hungary:
Hungarian Derby 2020
Summer Grand Prix Open 2020

Mashmad Bale:
Hungarian Derby Quarter Final 2020
European Derby Night Invitation 2020

Cserihegyi Another Little Help from my Friends
Hungarian Derby Invitation 2020
European Tour A1 2020
European Derby Consolation 2020 with fastest of the year and new track record

Greyhound litter plans 2022

Updated on the 18th November 2021.

We are planning two litters for 2022, together with Hasskona Greyhounds CZ/UK.

Lemon Ava x Jelly Flood

We have the oppurtinity to have Lemon Ava who will be mated with Jelly Flood next spring. 6 pups are already reserved.

Testmating: https://www.greyhound-data.com/dbtestmating.php?&sireid=2271466&damid=2263738

NEW Pantera Negra x Skywalker Farloe

Testmating: https://www.greyhound-data.com/dbtestmating.php?&sireid=1962110&damid=2117297

Diana Komaromi & Istvan Galik, Kocsér, Pest County, Hungary +36209472222 mail@cserihegyi.com

Johnny in the UK

Pride of Hungary “Johnny” headed to the UK in fall 2017 to be trained by Clive Elliot. After he ran a brilliant 28,29 in Alsonemedi, we decided to send him over – we was excited what a talented pup can reach there. So far so good, he alredy gave us some special moments, cherry on the top is he also won his very first A1 race too. His race results: http://www.greyhound-data.com/d?l=2216311&z=WHHwd-. Stats till June 2018: 5x1st, 5x2nd, 1x3rd, 2x5th.

Picture from the past: Hogans Kizzy

I received this picture from Pamela Francis at late night yesterday. I accidentally e-meet her (on Facebook) in an English racing greyhound group. It has been found out she owned Hogans Kizzy, the greyhound bitch seen on this picture, that is the mother of Silver Lining. Silver Lining, despite it is a she, participated the English semi-final in 1996. Her grandson is Francos Topper that is widely known in Hungary and also the father of my Black Dirty. Offsprings can be followed online on greyhound-data. There is much to be said, but it is always a pleasure to see the progenitors of our greyhounds and hear stories at first hand. This picture is special for another reason. This is a paper picture in a frame. It means to me that in the professional atmoshpere, which is convicted in our country, you can still find places where a greyhound is a family member or a pet, but not only a money maker device. This picture ornaments an English breeder/trainer lady’s place for at least 20 years.