the bloodlines of both dogs are relatively common in the US....therefore there are many "cousins" around....I have seen quite a few progeny from the second generation here and there....
As far as training - it takes alot of time and effort to train a dog far enough to truly evaluate it for breedworthiness....years - the minimum age to try for the IPO1 is 18 months old - and very very few people accomplish a title at that age without consistent daily training in at least 2 of the 3 phases! Most dogs get titled between 2.5 and 4 - some people take even longer, especially if they are novices....
Hips and elbows should be evaluated at 2 by OFA for any breeding animal, regardless of titles....I have seen very experienced people and even experienced vets evaluate x-rays and then have seen OFA fail those x-rays....even know of one dog whose x-rays were sent to a major vet school for evaluation by board certified Vet Radiologists (2 of whom WERE OFA evaluators) after failing OFA and were judged as 'Fair" with poor positioning, but owner did not redo and resubmit....so officially, the dog failed....for breeding, I believe you must do the OFA (or German 'a' stamp) to have any credibility at all - and for the sake of the pups!!!!
Your little girl is very pretty and nicely bred - put the time and effort into training her and your male and in several years, you will have much more perspective and experience under your belt to evaluate their breeding potential.
Csabre Sch1, Hexe Sch2, SG Bengal, Lynx, Komet, Kira HGH & Kougar v Wolfstraum ~ Ziberia IPO1 ~ ATB Basha, Kougar & Kyra, Fenja, Sch3s, Cito, Sch2, Danger RH & Alice Sch1s ~Kelsey