The Lahore is a beautiful and complex breed. It is a combination of power and beauty mixed with difficulty and sometimes frustration when trying to breed for the perfect bird. Because of all of this, a judge must have a substantial amount of experience with the breed in order to understand the complexities when judging this breed. It is not enough to be around the breed or be casually acquainted. Reading the standard, although necessary, doesn’t allow a person to understand each detail from the little marking by the corner of the mouth to the huge power of the head and body, down to the grouse feet instead of muffs. A person who has bred them for many years understands that perfection is a goal never to be achieved, but always to be worked for.