(Character & Breed Assessment) KUSA Schedule 5F Regulation 9.1.11 wif 2/4/15
The first CBA for a Bullmastiff took place in 2010 under the auspices of the WP Boerboel Club and MBISS Ch Chizelhurst Chenjela became the first Bullmastiff in Southern Africa to gain his CBA (BA) qualification.
2011 saw four more Bullmastiffs awarded with the CBA
Canonbury Ellie Mae
Ch LaGratitude Poppy’s Scarlet
Arusumo Kisha Theia
2012 saw three more Bullmastiffs awarded with the CBA
LaGratitude Good Luck Charm of Chizelhurst
Ch LaGratitude Grand Slam
MBISS Ch LaGratitude Durango Duke
2013 saw one Bullmastiff awarded with a CBA
Sabrina of Sanniesebos
2014 saw two Bullmastiffs awarded the CBA
LaGratitude African Drummer
Rogvalley Azzura Mia
2015 This year saw five Bullmastiffs earn their Character & Breed Assessment ‘colours’ – two of them with an excellent rating
Sanniesebos Spooner CBA (Ex)
Chizelhurst Checkmate of Haaita CBA (Ex)
Sanniesebos Susquehanna of Chizelhurst CBA
Sanniesebos Stander CBA
Ch Lagratitude African dream of Haaita CBA
2016 Character & Breed Assessment
CH LaGratitude Atticus Earl
Sanniesebos Suri Sukani of Chizelhurst
2018 Character & Breed Assessment
Sanniesebos Mamma Mia
The 2019 Character & Breed Assessment will take place 28 & 29 September 2019.
The grading system of 1. Excellent Select 90%, 2. Excellent 85-90%, 3. Very Good 80-84% and 4. Good 75-79% are all accepted as a pass while below 75% is a fail. All passes are uniformly awarded 100 marks in the KUSA Discipline arena. These points are added to any other points awarded either in other KUSA Disciplines or the Conformation ring and are tallied at the end of the year for a top position in the end year accolades.
The CBA is a highly desirable achievement – the “Alpha and Omega” of breeding and achievement.
The test are only conducted by KUSA officials with the necessary training and accreditation.