ROSE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA
EIGHTH SPECIALTY DOG SHOW AND LICENSED OBEDIENCE TRIAL
FOR ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIELS
Saturday October 19th & Sunday October 20th, 2002
THESE EVENTS HELD UNDER RULES OF
THE CANADIAN KENNEL CLUB
(unbenched, unexamined, indoors)
OFFICIAL PREMIUM LIST
at the Northlands Sportex
118th Avenue & 74th Street
*Featuring: Regular Conformation; Regular Obedience; Unofficial Obedience
FORWARD ALL ENTRIES TO:
Drop Off Boxes:
(Visa/Mastercard/American Express Only)
(780) 433-7879 or
Southside Greyhound Depot
MUST BE MARKED
"Contact Number (780) 988-5020"
|(Drop Boxes Only available until 5:00 p.m. Tuesday October 1, 2002)|
(cheques for entries to
Specialty made payable to: Northern Alberta Canine Association)
WRESSAA Website: http://www.bondir.com/WRESSAA.HTM
CONFORMATION: Richard Chashoudian; 9180 S Riveroaks Dr.; Baton Rouge LA, U.S.A.; 70815-4068
OBEDIENCE: Wayne Hamilton; 5843 - 244B St; Aldergrove, BC; V2Z 1G7
The Wild Rose English Springer Spaniel Association of Alberta would be pleased to accept donations to our Trophy Fund. These cash donations make it possible to purchase the materials for our handcrafted prizes. Become a Bronze ($1-$24.99), Silver ($25-$49.99), Gold ($50-$74.99) or Platinum ($75 Plus) Contributor!! All cash donations will be gratefully acknowledged in our Show Catalogue. All Trophy Donations must be received by October 1, 2002 in order to be acknowledged in the Show Catalogue. Please see last pages of Premium List for form.
ENTRIES CLOSETUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2002 AT 10:00 P.M. M.D.T.
ENTRY FEES (includes GST)
|20.00||All Regular Classes - Conformation or Obedience|
|15.00||Each additional class - Conformation or Obedience|
|10.00||All Non-Regular/Unofficial Classes|
|10.00||Each Brace or Team - Conformation or Obedience|
To comply with instructions issued by the
Canadian Kennel Club, we will be unable to accept any entry
reaching our Show Secretary after the closing time and date.
Please allow ample time for delays in the mail. FAX SERVICE - Fax entries & credit card authorization to:
(780) 433-7879 or (780) 433-1184. There is an additional charge of $3.50
per entry form for VISA, MASTERCARD OR AMERICAN EXPRESS entries. You must include
card number, expiry date, and printed name of card holder.
CHEQUES FOR ENTRIES MADE PAYABLE TO: Northern Alberta Canine Association
Tendering an NSF cheque is considered non-payment of entry fees and may be subject to disciplinary action by the CKC. A $25.00 service charge will be assessed to any NSF cheques. Cheques post-dated after closing are not acceptable.
The Club will refund entry, service charge, and
listing fee where a bitch comes into season after entry of the
bitch has been submitted to the Obedience Trial Secretary. A
veterinarian's certificate, certifying that the bitch was in
season within the ten day period preceding the trial, must reach
the Trial Secretary on or before the date of the trial.
PLEASE NOTE: As of January 1, 1993 ALL ENTRIES must be on the official CKC Entry Form or a copy thereof. If you wish to submit entries on a computerized form it must be of the same size and format as the one issued by CKC and must bear the CKC Logo as per the enclosed entry forms. No exceptions will be made.
ATTENTION ALL FOREIGN EXHIBITORS
Effective January 1, 1992, all dogs that are
foreign born and foreign owned and enter Canada for the sole
purpose of entering CKC events will no longer require a CKC
Registration Number but will require an event Registration Number
(ERN). This ERN Number does not register a dog with the CKC for
breeding purposes as defined in the Animal Pedigree Act, but
rather enables a foreign owned dog to be awarded titles by the
Canadian Kennel Club. Each dog must have its own number. To
obtain an ERN number, mail or fax a photocopy of dog's foreign
registration certificate with cheque or Visa/Mastercard number
(expiry date, cardholders' name and signature). Provide your
complete address for return of ERN number to you. Cost $53.50
(Canadian). ERN Number must be applied for within 30 days of the
first day of having entered a CKC event.
Contact Canadian Kennel Club, Show and Trials Division at FAX (416) 675-6506 or Phone (416) 675-5511.
PAYMENT: Due to increasing bank charges when depositing U.S. Funds, please purchase Bank Drafts or Money Orders payable in Canadian funds. Any method of payment in U.S. funds MUST BE for the full amount of the entry to help defray the expense on our end. This includes Money Orders and Bank Drafts. Your co-operation is appreciated.
WILD ROSE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL
|VICE-PRESIDENT||MARY ANN DALTON|
|SHOW CHAIRPERSON||LYNN DORSAY|
|SHOW SUPERINTENDENT||KATHY HAWKER|
|SHOW SECRETARY||NACA SHOW SECRETARIES|
|RIBBONS||MARY ANN DALTON|
|TROPHIES||ANNE & BARB DORSAY|
Lynn Dorsay, Anne Dorsay, Mary Ann Dalton, Barb Dorsay, Kathy Hawker
DIRECTOR FOR ALBERTA:
CANADIAN KENNEL CLUB:
DOG SHOW REP. FOR ALBERTA:
DOG OBEDIENCE REP. FOR ALBERTA:
DOG SHOW REP. FOR ALBERTA:
ENTRIES CLOSETUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2002 AT 10:00 P.M. M.D.T.
Regular Official Conformation Classes (Dogs and Bitches Judged Separately)
|Junior Puppy||At least six months and under nine months|
|Senior Puppy||At least nine months and under twelve months|
|12-18 Month||At least twelve months and under eighteen months|
|Canadian Bred||Dogs born in Canada, excluding Champions in any country|
|Bred by Exhibitor||Dogs owned and handled in the ring by the breeder|
|Open||For All Dogs/Bitches|
|Veterans||At least seven years or older (may be spayed or neutered)|
|Specials||Only Dogs that are Canadian Champions|
Regular Obedience Classes
|Novice A||Dogs which have not attained a CD or equivalent title in any country and are handled by their owner or a member of the immediate family. A handler may only handle one dog in this class. A handler who has handled a dog to a Canadian UD title or regularly instructs or assists in the instruction of obedience may not enter this class|
|Novice B||Dogs which have not attained a Canadian CD or have obtained an equivalent title in any country. A handler may handle more than one dog in the class, but must have a separate handler available for each dog for the group exercises.|
|Open A||Dogs which have attained a Canadian CD title but which have not attained a CDX or equivalent title in any country and are handled by their owner or a member of the immediate family. A handler may only handle one dog in this class. A handler who has handled a dog to a Canadian UD title or regularly instructs or assists in the instruction of obedience may not enter this class.|
|Open B||Dogs which have attained a Canadian CD title. Dogs which have attained a Canadian CDX title are eligible to compete in this class. A handler may handle more than one dog in this class, but must have a separate handler available for each dog for the group exercises.|
|Utility||Dogs which have attained a Canadian CDX title. Dogs which have attained a Canadian UD title are eligible to compete in this class. A handler may handle more than one dog in this class, but must have a separate handler available for each dog for the group exercises.|
Unofficial Obedience Classes
|Veteran||Dogs which have attained at least a Canadian CD title and are age seven years or older. Dog may not be entered in any other Official Obedience Class.|
|Brace Obedience||Two dogs which have earned at least a Canadian CD title.|
|Team Obedience||Four dogs which have earned at least a Canadian CD title.|
|PLEASE NOTE:||Dogs entered in
non-regular or unofficial classes must be entered in a
regular class or for Exhibition Only.
Dogs must check in prior to start of Class.
ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2002 AT 10:00 P.M. M.D.T.
SPECIAL AWARDS FOR THE
WILD ROSE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA SPECIALTY SHOW & LICENSED OBEDIENCE TRIAL
Combined Obedience & Conformation Award. WRESSAA is pleased to offer a Prize & Rosette to the Springer with the highest qualifying score in the Specialty regular obedience classes who also competes in one of the Specialty regular conformation classes.
In Memory of Baie d'Or Amandine, Bondir Reg'd Kennels (Lynn, Anne & Barb Dorsay) are pleased to offer a Rosette and Prize to the oldest English Springer Spaniel entered and present in any class in the Specialty Show.
WRESSAA is pleased to offer a Rosette and $50.00 cash to the Springer with the Highest Aggregate Score over the Specialty Trial & the NACA All Breed Obedience Trials. The aggregate will be calculated from the Specialty Trial Qualifying Score plus the highest two Qualifying Scores from the 4 NACA Obedience Trials. The dog must be handled by the same person in all trials and the qualifying scores must be from the same class.
"The Cautious Kelly Perpetual Trophy". Gail, Ron, Lyndsay & Gillian Chapman of Synergenic's Perm. Reg'd Kennel (1985) are pleased to offer a Keeper Trophy & Rosette for the Springer qualifying for 1 of its legs of its CD, with the lowest qualifying score in our Specialty Trial in memory of our first springer "Ginger's Cautious Kelly": who never did get her 3rd leg, but who inspired us to always continue trying & never giving up. A perpetual trophy engraved with the winner's name will be retained by the Club & displayed at Specialty Shows.
In Memory of Ch. Tessera's Baie d'Or Bondir, CD, A/C TD, TT, Bondir Reg'd Kennels (Lynn, Anne & Barb Dorsay) are pleased to offer an award to the highest qualifying Springer in the regular classes of the Specialty Trial who holds a tracking title in any country. A keeper Trophy & Rosette will be awarded to the winner. Bondir Kennels will retain a perpetual trophy that will be engraved with the recipient's name & displayed at Specialty Shows.
In Memory of Ch. Tasmara's Aces High, CD, Beswin Reg'd Kennels (Wendy Bessemer) is pleased to offer a Rosette and Prize to the oldest English Springer Spaniel entered and present in any class in the Specialty Obedience Trial.
"A Pixie Performance" Perpetual Award. Ron, Gail, Lyndsay & Gillian Chapman and the greatest "Pull a Pixie" dog of all, Ch. Kimet's Klassical Mover, A/C CDX, TT, AKA: Pixie, do enthusiastically offer a keeper trophy for the Springer qualifying with the highest score (over 190) in Open in the Specialty Obedience Trial.
Doug & Dodie Hall of Tessera Kennels are pleased to offer an award of $25.00 cash to the English Springer Spaniel who earns the highest qualifying score in the Open class.
Barb Hilchie is pleased to offer $15.00 cash to the Highest Qualifying score in the Obedience trial earned by a Veteran over the age of 10 years & $10.00 the the Second Highest Qualifying score by a Veteran over the age of 10 years.
Through the generosity of its members and friends, the Wild Rose English Springer Spaniel Association of Alberta will offer suitable prizes/trophies and rosettes for the following awards: Best of Breed, Best of Opposite Sex, Best of Winners, Best Puppy in Breed, Winners Male, Reserve Winners Male, Winners Female, Reserve Winners Female, Best Veteran Dog, Best Veteran Bitch, best Canadian Bred. A suitable prize/trophy will be awarded for First Place in all classes. A gift will be awarded for Second through Fourth Place in all classes. A Rosette will be awarded for Award of Merit.
REGULAR AND UNOFFICIAL CONFORMATION
WRESSAA will offer suitable prizes/trophies and rosettes for High in Trial and Highest Qualifying Score in Each Class. A gift & rosette will be awarded for Second through Fourth Place in each class.
PLEASE NOTE: The name of the dogs awarded Best of Breed and High in Trial will be engraved on perpetual trophies that will be retained by the Club. A keeper trophy will be awarded to each winning dog.
WRESSAA is offering Awards of Merit as per the CKC Rules, Section 4.6.4. "This Award will be made after the Best of Breed Judging. A Specialty Club may offer one Award of Merit for every ten dogs competing for Best of Breed."
Please Note: Northern Alberta Canine Association (NACA) is holding 3 Championship All Breed Dog Shows October 18, 19, & 20, 2002 & 4 All Breed Obedience Trials October 19 & 20, 2002 on the same show grounds. Premium lsit may be obtained from Show Secretary Kathy Hawker at 780-988-5020 or email@example.com or on the web at http://www.sureshot.ca/naca.html.
Please follow this link to the Entry Forms for the WRESSAA Show & Trial.
EXTRACTS FROM CKC DOG SHOW
CHAPTER 13 - ENTRIES & ENTRY FEES
SECTION 1: Every dog entered in Championship
Shows held under these Rules must be registered, eligible for
registration in the CKC... If a dog is not registered
individually in the CKC it may be entered at a show, held under
these Rules, as a "listed" dog, provided: (a) it is not
a Miscellaneous Classified breed; (b) if born in Canada, is
eligible for individual registration; (c) if not born in Canada,
is eligible for individual registration in the records of the
SECTION 2: Entry forms which are incomplete or those which contain incorrect information after the closing date of entries will be void and under no circumstances can changes be made. Any dog taking a win resulting from such an entry will result in the wins being cancelled, and persons making such changes will be subject to disciplinary action.
SECTION 6: Telephone and telegraph entries are prohibited except as provided for by the Board in the event of a postal disruption.
SECTION 8: Every dog entered in a show shall be the property of the person making its entry, and the right to exhibit a dog cannot be transferred. If any entry be made in the name of an agent and the name of the owner be not given, the win of the dog shall be cancelled.
SECTION 10: An exhibitor has the right to withdraw an entry. Notice of withdrawal must be in writing and received by the Show Secretary on or before the official closing date and time as published in the premium list.
SECTION 13: Moving A Class Dog to Specials: A dog which is individually registered in the records of the CKC, and has completed the requirements for a Championship in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 20 of these Rules, after the closing date and time for entries for a show, but whose Championship is unconfirmed by the CKC may be transferred from one of the regular classes to "Specials Only" providing the transfer is submitted to the Show Secretary in writing at least one (1) hour prior to the opening of the show, by the owner or handler... No dog may be otherwise transferred to another class.
CHAPTER 16, SECTION 9 - DISQUALIFICATIONS
A dog once disqualified for any reason at a Championship Show held under these Rules cannot again be entered or shown at a show held under these Rules unless and until the dog has been reinstated by the CKC. All awards earned by a dog shown in violation of this Section will be cancelled by the CKC and the owner of the dog is subject to disciplinary action.
CHAPTER 18, SECTION 9 - EXHIBITORS AND THEIR DOGS
A show-giving club will be held responsible during the show for the conduct of exhibitors and spectators. Any person acting in an objectionable manner must be removed from the show on complaint to the Show Superintendent.
CHAPTER 20 - DOG SHOW RULES: CHAMPIONS AND CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
SECTION 1: A dog awarded WINNERS at a
Championship Show held under these Rules shall be credited with a
number of championship points (ranging from 0 to 5) and the
determination of the number of championship points to be credited
to a dog awarded WINNERS shall be provided hereunder.
SECTION 2: The schedule to be employed in the determination of the number of points to be allocated to a dog awarded WINNERS shall be as follows:
|Dogs Competing*||1||2||3 to 5||6 to 9||10 to 12||13 or more|
|*Includes the dog awarded Winners|
SECTION 3 (a)-(d): Extracts: If a Dog awarded
WINNERS was also awarded either/or BEST OF BREED, BEST OF
OPPOSITE SEX, BEST OF WINNERS, then all dogs defeated directly or
indirectly in the breed shall be totalled.
SECTION 4: ... that no more than five (5) points will be credited to a dog for a single show.
CATALOGUE ADVERTISING FOR WRESSAA
WRESSAA is pleased to accept advertising for its Show Catalogue. All advertising/Breeder's Registry Forms must be RECEIVED BY October 1, 2002. All advertising to be camera ready (provide typeset copy & PMT). The Club does not accept responsibility for poor photocopy reproduction of advertising. Payment MUST accompany the advertising copy. CHEQUES FOR ADVERTISING MADE PAYABLE TO WRESSAA. (Questions? Lynn Dorsay (403) 281-0916 or Bondir@msn.com.)
|Full Page (8 1/2 X 11)||$25.00|
|Quarter Page (no picture)||$10.00|
|Business Card||$ 5.00|
|Breeder's Registry||$ 5.00|
Specialty Show Catalogues will be available for $5.00 on a pre-order basis or $7.00 at the Show. They will be available for pick up on the day of the Specialty Show. Mailing costs will be an additional $3.00/catalogue. Payment and order form must be received by October 1, 2002. (Questions? Lynn Dorsay (403) 281-0916 or Bondir@msn.com.)
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS &
See NACA Premium List for details
NACA Website: http://www.sureshot.ab.ca/naca.html
Show Tech handles all electricity requirements in Northlands buildings. Electricians will be available at set-up for NACA. You can contact them before the show at 780-471-4818 or fax to 780-424-4715 to make arrangements for electrical installation and payment.
Please fill out the desired forms below.
ORDER FORMS AND PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BY October 1, 2002.
P.O. Box 72101, GLPO
1600 - 90 Avenue S.W.
Calgary, AB T2V 5H9
MAKE ALL CHEQUES FOR THE ORDER FORMS BELOW PAYABLE TO WRESSAA
BREEDER'S REGISTRY FORM
KENNEL NAME ________________________________________________________________
OWNER'S NAME _______________________________________________________________
PHONE NUMBER _______________________________________
CATALOGUE CODES ____________________________________________________________
*Additional Comments not to exceed 10 words. Thank you.
P - Puppies; CERF/ACVO - Eyes Tested; OB - Obedience Stock; OFA - OFA Certified; OVC - OVC Certified; T - Thyroid Tested; S - Stud Service; CH - Champion Stock; VWD - Von Willebrand's Tested
CATALOGUE PRE-ORDER FORM
PHONE: ____________ # OF CATALOGUES: ______ X $5.00 = $______
For Postage & Handling please include $3/catalogue = $_____________
TOTAL ENCLOSED: $_____________
TROPHY FUND DONATION FORM - WRESSAA Specialty
Please indicate below how you would like your Trophy Donation to be worded in the Catalogue:
(ie. Name and/or Kennel Name and/or In Memory/Recognition/Honour of ….)
Classifications for donations are as follows:
Bronze Club $1 to $24.99
Silver Club $25 to $49.99
Gold Club $50 to $74.99
Platinum Club $75 and over
TOTAL ENCLOSED: $________________
Copyright© 2002-2009 Lynn, Anne & Barb Dorsay, Bondir English Springer Spaniels for Wild Rose English Springer Spaniel Association of Alberta.