SHELTIE CLUB CZ in cooperation with Klub chovatelů collií a sheltií

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SHELTIE CLUB CZ in cooperation with Klub chovatelů collií a sheltií
SHELTIE CLUB CZ in cooperation with Klub chovatelů collií a sheltií and
Moravskoslezský klub chovatelů collií a sheltií, z.s.
organizes the Special Show attached to the European Show,
taking place on Saturday 25 October 2014 in Olomouc,
for breeds collie rough - collie smooth – sheltie
CAJC CZ – CAC CZ – Res. CAC CZ – Special Show Winner – BOJ – BOB – BIS
The show is organized pursuant to the Show Rules of the Bohemian and Moravian Cynological Union, as amended.
Term:
Place:
GPS:
25 October 2014
Výstaviště Flora Olomouc, a.s., Wolkerova 37/17, 771 11, Olomouc, www.flora-ol.cz
49°35'18.240"N, 17°14'43.836"E
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Registration closing date: 1 closing date: 24 August 2014
2 closing date: 10 September 2014
(postal stamp or on-line applications via www.dogoffice.cz)
Judges:
Programme:
collie rough
collie smooth
sheltie
Dina Korna (Estonia) - kennel: Scandyline
Marija Kavčič (Slovenia)
Loes Mouchart (Holland) - kennel: Van de Dierenriem
08:00 – 09:30 Dog Inspection
09:30 – 10:00 Show Opening
10:00 – 16:00 Judging in the Rings*
16:00 – 17:30 Competitions: child and dog, kennel groups, couples, stud dogs, BIS-programme*
* Above-mentioned times are approximate and may vary, depending on the number of dog registrations
Applications and information:
Fill in a separate application for each dog. The age of the dog at the day of the show is decisive for classification to the class. It is
necessary to attach to each application a double-sided copy of the pedigree, otherwise the application will not be accepted.
If an evidence of satisfying conditions for work class or winner class is not attached to the application, the dog will be moved to
open class.
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On-line applications – For on-line registration use only system available at www.dogoffice.cz
Follow the instructions in the system. Remember that the system ALWAYS automatically confirms the registration to the e-mail
provided by you. Respect the size of attachments, if any problem occurs, send the attachments by e-mail. In case the message
confirming the registration is not delivered and you cannot see the show for which you are registering in your profile in old
registrations - the application HAS NOT BEEN REGISTERED!!!!!
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Postal applications – Legibly filled in applications with a double-sided copy of the pedigree and an evidence of payment
(payment order is not an evidence of payment) and other necessary copies send to the address:
Bc. Vilemína Kracíková, Varnsdorfská 339/1, 190 00 Praha 9 – Střížkov (+420 607 207 701), [email protected]
The registration of the dog for the show will be confirmed 10 days before the show by sending the entrance sheet to your email. The organizer is not responsible for incorrectly filled in application. Provided photocopies will not be returned.
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For distinction of payments for 1 and 2 closing date, the due date of your payment order is decisive.
In case of payments for more dogs, pay the fee together. Unpaid applications will not be registered!!!!
Payments:
1. CZK payment by bank transfer to the transparent bank account of SHELTIE CLUB CZ: bank: FIO Banka, account number:
2100572427/2010, account’s owner: SHELTIE CLUB CZ, Vlašimská 2170, 256 01, Benešov, constant symbol: 0308, variable
symbol: contact phone number, specific symbol: 8888 (dog show), specific symbol: 2222 (advertisement in catalogue),
specific symbol: 8822 (dog show + advertisement in catalogue).
2. EURO payment/payment from abroad by bank transfer to the bank account no: 2100572427/2010, account’s owner:
SHELTIE CLUB CZ, Vlašimská 2170, 256 01, Benešov, Czech Republic, bank: Fio banka, a.s., IČ 61858374, V Celnici
1028/10, 11721, Praha 1,IBAN: CZ9220100000002100572427, BIC/SWIFT code: FIOBCZPPXXX.
3. Postal money order “C” to the address for sending applications (available only in the Czech Republic).
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4. Foreign exhibitors may pay at the show: the amount of the fee for 2 registration closing date + € 5 / + € 10.
Classes:
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baby class
puppy class
junior class
intermediate class
open class
work class
4 – 6 months
6 - 9 months
9 - 18 months
15 - 24 months
from 15 months
from 15 months (for dogs who gained a small work certificate – necessary to attach
a photocopy!)
winner class
from 15 months (for dogs who gained a recognized title of a national or international
champion, national winner, club winner or special show winner – necessary to attach
a photocopy!)
honours class
from 15 months (only grade and order is designated, without gaining CAC – a class for
presentation of dogs with titles ICH, CH, national winner, special show winner, club winner;
excellent 1 may not compete for BOB)
out of competition class from 15 months (in this class the dogs are presented without a right to classification and
order)
veteran class
from 8 years
Required age must be accomplished at latest on the day of the show.
In each class (except for the out of competition class) the judge will determine the order 1 - 4.
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At the show
1 closing
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2 closing
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For first dog, including catalogue.
CZK 650
€ 40
CZK 850
€ 45
€ 50
For another dog (WITHOUT catalogue, owner’s name must be same as at the first dog)
CZK 500
€ 35
CZK 700
€ 40
€ 45
For baby class, puppy class, honours class, out of competition class (may not be considered
as the first dog when registering more than one dog)
CZK 250
€ 20
CZK 350
€ 25
€ 30
For veteran class (may not be considered as the first dog when registering more than one
dog)
CZK 450
€ 15
CZK 550
€ 20
€ 25
Competitions
CZK 150
€ 15
CZK 300
€ 20
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1 page A5 –
CZK 300
1 page A5 –
15 €
½ page A5 –
CZK 150
½ page A5 –
10 €
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REGISTRATION FEES
Advertisements in the catalogue
(foreign
exhibitors only)
Titles:
CAJC – can be awarded to a dog and a bitch who obtained grade “excellent 1” in junior class
CAC – can be awarded to a dog and a bitch who obtained grade “excellent 1” in intermediate class, open class, work class and
winner class
Res. CAC – can be awarded to a dog and a bitch who obtained grade “excellent 2” in intermediate class, open class, work class
and winner class
Best of Juniors (BOJ) – can be awarded to a dog or a bitch who obtained CAJC
Special Show Winner – can be awarded to a dog and a bitch who obtained CAC
Best of Veterans (BOV) – can be awarded to a dog or a bitch who obtained V1 in veteran class
Best of Breed (BOB) – can be awarded to a dog or a bitch who obtained Special Show Winner, BOJ or BOV
Best of Opposite Sex (BOS) – compete dogs and bitches who competed for BOB and are of opposite sex than the dog or bitch
who obtained BOB
Junior BIS – compete dogs and bitches who obtained BOJ
BIS – best dog or bitch at the Special Show 2014, compete dogs and bitches who obtained BOB
Award of a title may not be claimed.
Competitions:
Best couple – a dog and a bitch of the same breed who have the same owner and who were judged at the show
Best kennel group – a breeder may register to this competition a group of at least three dogs from his own breed who were
judged at the show and are offspring of at least two different dogs or bitches; the breeder does not have to be the owner of the
registered dogs
Best stud dog/bitch – a stud dog/bitch with at least 5 offspring judged at the show may be registered to the competition; type
and quality of breeding is evaluated; the stud dog/bitch does not have to be judged at the show in ordinary classes
Best baby of the Special Show (BIS Baby) – compete dogs and bitches from the baby class who obtained grade “very
promising 1”
Best puppy of the Special Show (BIS Puppy) – compete dogs and bitches from the puppy class who obtained grade “very
promising 1”
Best veteran of the Special Show (BIS Veteran) – compete dogs and bitches who obtained BOV
DOCUMENTS NECESSARY FOR THE PARTICIPATION IN THE SHOW:
1. dog’s pedigree
2. dog’s certificate of vaccination (or passport containing a valid vaccination)
Prizes: each judged dog will obtain a critique and a diploma. Prizes are awarded to first four evaluated dogs in all classes, to
winners of the titles and competitions.
Prizes donated by the breeders:
Breeders-sponsors who want to donate a prize, will announce that in writing to the organizer and specify under what terms (to
what breed, to what competition, to what categories, or to what individuals) they will donate the prize. The breeders-sponsors
will be named in the catalogue. The prizes does not have to be donated only to official winners, but may be e.g. provided to the
youngest/oldest dog at the show, for all second, third, or fourth places, for all puppies participating in baby classes etc.
Veterinary conditions:
All dogs present at the show must be clinically healthy!
All dogs must have the passport for small animals or the certificate of vaccination (under the act no. 166/1999 Coll., on
veterinary care and on change of some related acts (veterinary act), as amended). All dogs must have a valid vaccination against
rabbies in accordance with section 4 (1) (f) of the veterinary act from the age of 4 months. Dogs belonging to breeders from the
member states of the EU and third countries must fulfil conditions determined in the Regulation of the European Parliament and
Commission no. 998/2003 dated 26 May 2003. As a valid vaccination it is considered to be a basic vaccination after 21 days from
the date it was done. Further, as a valid vaccination it is considered to be a revaccination during effectivity of the previous used
vaccine. Dogs who did not undergo the veterinary inspection, may not be present at the show!
General provisions:
If not stated otherwise, the provisions of the Show Rules of the Bohemian and Moravian Cynological Union shall apply. The show
is accessible to all collie rough, collie smooth and sheltie dogs and bitches, registered in any of the studbooks acknowledged by
the FCI. Dogs owned by the citizens of the Czech Republic who are residents at the territory of the Czech Republic must be
registered in the studbook of the Bohemian and Moravian Cynological Union - this applies to imported individuals (article 11 (c)
of the Show Rules of the Bohemian and Moravian Cynological Union).
By filing an application to the show the exhibitor undertakes to conform to all provisions of the Show Rules of the Bohemian and
Moravian Cynological Union, these rules, and instructions of the show committee. The show is accessible to all dogs and bitches,
registered in the studbooks acknowledged by the FCI, who at the day of the show accomplished the age required for the
respective class. Imported dogs must be registered in Czech studbooks. In case of failure to evidence respective certificates for
winner class, work class and honours class the dog will be moved to open class. Allocation to classes conforms to the FCI Show
Rules and is indicated at the application. Organizer of the show has no liability for any damage caused by a dog or by an exhibitor,
nor for a death or loss of the dog. Free movement of dogs is not allowed. Each dog must be on a string, biting dogs must have
a muzzle. It is prohibited to leave tied dogs without supervision! Dogs who are not named in the catalogue, sick dogs, dogs
suspected to be sick, dogs after an injury, bitches in heat, bitches in second half of gravidity, nursing bitches, dogs in the
ownership of the persons who are prohibited to participate in shows, and dangerous dogs - biting and aggressive to both humans
and dogs - are excluded from the participation in the show. Excluded are also dogs with surgical or other removal of an exterior
defect.
Dog owners are obliged to keep the area of the show clean and tidy and are prohibited to damage the area. Sale of puppies is
forbidden at the show. Legal regulation must be observed (especially laws in the field of the veterinary care and the protection of
animals against cruelty). In case that an exhibited dog has more owners (they must be indicated in the pedigree), the catalogue
contains names of all co-owners, but only one contact address.
Changes of exterior of a dog carried out by a hair spray, powdering, dying, by a basic hair trimming, and long lasting tying of the
dog at the table at the show is forbidden. Violation of these rules may result in excluding the dog from the show.
Exhibitors are obliged to observe the FCI Show Rules, these rules, and instructions of the show committee, to behave politely and
in a sportsmanlike manner, to which they bind themselves by filing the application.
In case the show will not take place due to matter-of-fact reasons, the fees will be used for paying the costs connected to the
preparation of the show. Exhibitor agrees with the publication of his address in the catalogue. The show committee reserves
the right to change judges in case of necessity. The organizer has no liability for undelivered applications.
Protests:
Protest against judge’s decision is not admissible. It is possible to file a protest only for formal reasons against violation of show
rules and these rules. Protest has to be filed in writing together with providing a security of CZK 500, only during the show. If the
protest is not admitted, the security will forfeit to the organizer of the show.

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