Speciality show 2019
The Speciality show for Australian Cattle Dogs is held on July 5. The show starts at 14:00 on a Friday. The show takes place on a territory on the edge of Pärnu – it can be accessed through Lõo street.
This year is very special – we have a specialist judge coming in – Mrs. Connie Redhead from Australia (Landmaster kennels).
The Speciality is held on the same weekend with CACIB shows – more INFO.
The Speciality is an official EKU show and EST CAC is awarded. The show is held whithin FCI Group I Show and the winners of Australian Cattle Dog Speciality can take part in Group I Show BIS competitions. The dogs compete for EST CAC (JUN CAC and VET CAC) and our club’s title CLUB WINNER. In addition to traditional placings, there are a number of special prizes.
Show info on LKET’s page (for other Group I breeds)
|Registration fees||01.02 – 30.04||01.05 – 02.06|
|Baby Puppy, Puppy and Veteran||20 EUR||25 EUR|
|Dog||30 EUR||37 EUR|
|Discount for the members of LKET & EAKT||– 10 EUR||– 10 EUR|
|Veterans over 10 years||free of charge||free of charge|
|Breeders, Progeny Class and Braces||free of charge||free of charge|
|WEEK 03.06.-09.06.2019||50 EUR|
• Starting from the 2nd dog (including baby, puppy, veteran etc.) of the same owner – 3 EUR discount. Dogs must be registered all together at the same time.
• COCKTAIL COMPETITION (owner with two dogs of different breeds from FCI Group I): until 02.06.2019 – 10 EUR
• Registration price for first dog includes a CATALOGUE!
• Breeders class and progeny class (if sire or dam is enterd to show) will be entered automatically!
Via e-mail email@example.com (include the filled entry form, copy of pedigree, copy of a champion title, copy of payment)
Swedbank EE922200221056801304 HABAEE2X
receiver: Eesti Austraalia Karjakoerte Tõuühing
payment details: speciality show, studbook number and owner’s name
NB! All documents and payments must arrive by entry deadline. The sender must cover all the expenses connected with the payments.
ENTRY FORM FOR BRACES
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).
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.
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.