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Show Gundog Working Certificate
To be held under Kennel Club Rules and Regulations
(Restricted to a maximum of 24 dogs)
ON FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2013
AT THE AMPTON SHOOT, Nr BURY ST EDMUNDS, SUFFOLK
By kind permission of Mr Peter Rushbrook
JUDGES Mr J Gale (ID No. A44) and Mr Phil Allen (ID No. A3)
QUALIFICATION A CC at a Championship Show or qualification for Crufts through a breed class at a Championship Show
ENTRY FEE Members £30 Non Members £35
CLOSING DATE Friday 15 November 2013
DRAW Draw will not be sent; all entries will run, unless otherwise notified
MEET 08.30am, at Ampton, move off at 09.30am
WITHDRAWALS Any withdrawals must be notified as soon as possible
REQUIREMENTS For a S.G.W.C are as follows
• The dog has been tested in line.
• The dog has shown that it is not gun shy
• The dog hunted for, and found, dead or wounded game, faced cover, and retrieved tenderly.
• The dog entered water freely, swam and retrieved. If a natural retrieve is not possible a dummy may be used.
• The dog has not barked or whined in line.
• The dog has been under reasonable control, absolute steadiness is not essential.
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DIRECTION TO THE VENUE
From Bury St Edmunds. Take A134 to Ingham, TR at the Cadogan Arms Pub (signposted Ampton/Gt Livermere). Follow along to T junction then TR (signposted Timsworth) then TL (signposted Troston). Drive a short way until you come to another T junction and TL. Stay on this road until you come in to Great Livermore and Look for E.C.G.R.C. signs.
Contact number on the day – 07887 983826
Should circumstances so dictate, the club in consultation with the judges may alter arrangements as necessary. Such changes and the circumstances surrounding them must be reported to the Kennel Club at the earliest opportunity. No modification will be made to this schedule, except by permission of the Kennel Club, followed by an advert in the dog press, if time permits before entries close.
FIELD TRIAL SECRETARY
Mrs Di Ewings, “Apple Tree”, Debach, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 6BZTel 01473 737611 email@example.com
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1 Dogs entered at Kennel Club Licensed Field Trials must be registered at the Kennel Club in accordance with Kennel Club Regulations for Classification and Registration B.
2 The committee have the power, if they think fit, to refuse any entry for the trial without assigning any reason for their action. The Kennel Club must be notified in writing of all such refusals with the Club’s reasons.
3 A competitor withdrawing from the trial is requested to give the F.T. secretary at least 2 day’s notice. A veterinary certificate or written confirmation that the bitch came into season will be required. The substitution of entries will be allowed up to 48 hours of the stake being run, subject to a veterinary certificate being produced.
4 All dogs resident outside the UK must be issued with a Kennel Club Authority to Compete number before entry to the event can be made. All overseas entries without an Authority to Compete number will be returned to the exhibitor/competitor.
5 If entries or nominations exceed the number of permitted runners, the right to compete in a Trial shall be decided by ballot.
6 Should circumstances so dictate the Society, in consultation with the judges, may alter arrangements as necessary. Such changes and the circumstances surrounding them will be reported to the Kennel Club.
7 No modification may be made to the schedule after publication except by permission of the Kennel Club, followed by advertisement in appropriate journals if time permits before the closing of entries.
8 Judges at a Trial are prohibited from entering a dog which is recorded in their ownership or part ownership.
9 DOGS IN CARS ON HOT DAYS
Your dog is vulnerable and AT RISK if left in a vehicle in high temperatures and even on days considered as slightly warm. Please take care of your dog.
If your dog is found to be at risk forcible entry to your vehicle may be necessary without liability for any damage caused.
10 Welfare of Dogs
An exhibitor (or competitor) whose dog is entered at a Kennel Club licensed event should take all reasonable steps to ensure the needs of their dog(s) are met, and should not knowingly put their dogs’ health and welfare at risk by any action, default, omission or otherwise. A breach of this Regulation may be referred to the General Committee for disciplinary action under Kennel Club Rules and Regulation
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