Tumbler breed with hardly medium long beak from the Danube region
between Bratislava and Budapest, named after the city of Komorn. The breed was first mention in its home in the mid 1990's
and was introduced to Germany by Danube ship men and from there to the rest of the Europe.
Low stationed, vivid bird with short and eobby body, agile flyer. An abundant,
very wide shell crest engulfs the head .
viewn in profile well rounded, with fairly wide and high frontal
abundant with feathers, tight upright standing, bridges the entire width of the back part of the head and finishes in rosettes
on the sides. The crest blends into a mane.
Eyes: Relatively large, magpies
have bull eyes, whites either bull or pearl. Cere well developed, red
of medium length, strong, wide at the bottom, down set, following the arching of the head but doesn't form an uninterrupted
line with it, light coloured; self blacks and blues, white flighted, tigers and splashes may have a dark stain; Almonds with
horn coloured beak, also dark stains admitted but a light beak is aspired. Wattles small and refined
Short, cobby, blending in flill into the chest wide
Breast: Wide, well rounded
Back: Short, cobby, blending in flill into the chest wide, well rounded
Wings: Not too long, well fitting to the body, with wide feathers, resting on
the tail without crossing
Tail: Of medium length and well packed
Legs: Rather short, wide set, clean of feathers, nails matching the beak colour
Plumage: Well developed, not too long but very wide
Magpies, self and white flighted in black, red, yellow, blue bar and silver (Note of translator: not dil. blue but the shade
of lavender Lahores) Magpies also as blue chequer, self also as white. Tigers and Splashes in black, red and yellow; Almond
Colour and Marking: All colours clear, intense and rich. Almonds have on
a cream to yellow-almond ground colour speckles in different colours. Primary flights and tall are cream coloured with white
and black speckles. The more three coloured feather, so called "Ideal feathers" in tail and primaries the better.
The marking darkens when the bird gets older, Cocks always show more marking than hens. Magpie marking with white head and
back. The basic colour is white; neck, crest, shoulders, breast, lower breast, tail and fluff are coloured. The coloured shoulder
marking looks like a heart when seen from above. All separations clean cut. The coloured plumage must streteh to the lower
border of the eye cere. Below the beak is a white patch (beard) which should stretch from eye to eye. White flighted birds
have 5-9 white primary flights; Tigers with evenly spread white and coloured marking, primary flights and tall are coloured;
Splashes evenly marked, also in tall and flights.
Stretched, long instead of short and cobby body; pointed, narrow,
flat frontal with long, thin beak, straight set beak (finch beak), too light eye cere, drooped flights, insufficient, poorly
feathered, wry crest, crest fitting to the head, lacking rosettes, grave mismarks and defectuous colours in all varieties.
In Magpies: white Others under the lower border of the eye cere, too large beard (bib), coloured back, white feathers
in the fluff In white flighted birds: more than 9 and less than 5 white flights, heavily white trousers or too large white
patch in the fluff.
General impression - Shape and carriage of the body - head, beak and crest - Eye
and eye cere - colour and marking