FCI GROUP I SHOW (not including Welsh Corgis) including Speciality Shows for Australian Cattle Dogs and Shetland Sheepdogs takes place on Friday 10 July 2020 in Pärnu.
The venue is located on a territory which is accessed from Raua street, Pärnu. Coordinates 58°24’57.3″N 24°28’54.2″E / 58.415904, 24.481718. You are expected to arrive from Raua street, and leave from Lõo street. Judging starts at 13:00!
Speciality Show for Australian Cattle Dogs – www.austraaliakarjakoer.ee
Speciality Show for Welsh Corgis – www.corgi.ee
Pärnu 2x CACIB – www.parnupkk.ee
There is a special price for groups of at least 5 dogs when registrating to all three show days! Ask for details via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Collyer AUS(Shetland Sheepdog) Linda Jürgens EST(Rough Collie, Smooth Collie)
Tanya Ahlman-Stockmari FI (replaces Anne Collyer and Linda Jürgens)
Lidija Oklescen SLO (all other breeds from group)
Beata Petkevica LV (Australian Cattle Dog)
Show committee has the right to make changes in the judges’ list if needed.
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Starting from the second, and every additional dog of the same owner -2€ (doesn’t apply to babies, puppies and veterans). Is applied when entering at the same time.
- via email email@example.com
In your email please attach copy of pedigree (is not needed for EST and FI studbook), copy of payment details and, if needed, copy of the champion title/working certificate. All documents and payments must arrive by entry deadline. The sender must cover all the expenses connected with the payments.
All dogs participating the show or other competitions must have a valid certificate of vaccination against Distemper, Rabies, Parvovirus infection (canine) and Hepatitis infectious (canine). All dogs must have an ID-marking (tattoo or microchip).
NB! Dogs whose date of birth is 1st August 2013 or later and whose ears have been cropped and/or tails docked may not take part in shows listed in the calendar of Estonian Kennel Union. In case of natural bobtail, a certificate must be presented to prove it unless it is marked on the breed certificate.
Swedbank (address Liivalaia 8, 15040 Tallinn)
receiver: Lamba- ja Karjakoerte Eesti Tõuühing
details: breed, studbook number, owner
Breeders and progeny class (providing that the breeding dog is participating as well) will be entered automatically. For entering into cocktail competition send us an email including the breeds, names and studbook numbers of the participating dogs.
INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +372 5074197
Baby Puppy Class: Dogs from 4 to 6 months. Unofficial category. The Best of Breed Baby Puppy is chosen.
Puppy Class: Dogs from 6 to 9 months. Unofficial category. The Best of Breed Puppy is chosen.
Junior Class: Dogs from 9 to 18 months. Compete for the
JUN CAC, title Best of Breed Junior and BOB.
Intermediate Class: Dogs 15-24 months. Compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB.
Open Class: Dogs over 15 months. Compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB.
Working Class: Dogs over 15 months. Compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB. Entry requires a certificate of working trial results. The FCI Working Certificate must be submitted together with the entry form.
Champion Class: Dogs over 15 months who already are show champions. Compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB. Entry requires the certificate verifying the champion title. The certificate must be submited together with the entry form.
Veteran Class: Dogs over 8 years. Compete for the VET CAC,
title Best of Breed Veteran and BOB.
Breeder’s Class: Three to five dogs of the same breed from one breeder. Dogs must come from at least two different combinations of stud male and bitch and be over 9 months of age. All the dogs in the class must have received at least ‘VERY GOOD’ on the given show in quality juding. The Best Breeder’s Class of the Breed is selected.
Progeny Class: Three to five offsprings of a stud male or female. The offsprings must come from at least two different combinations of stud male and bitch, be over 9 months of age and must have received at least ‘VERY GOOD’ on the given show in quality judging. The Best Progency Class of the Breed is selected.
Brace competiton: Male and female dog of the same breed owned by the same person and handled by one handler. Both dogs must be at least 9 months of age and receive at least ´VERY GOOD´ on the given show. The Best Brace of the Breed is chosen.
Cocktail competition: 2 dogs from FCI Group 1 belonging to the same owner and participating in the show. This competition takes places just before the final competitions.