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Match Flyer

ANNUAL BREED AND OBEDIENCE  FUN MATCH

Saturday, March 25, 2017- CTA Training Center-Davidsonville

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BREED JUDGEAnne Taylor

Puppy Classes- 4-6, 6-9, 9-12, 12-18 months             Adult- American Bred, Open

Please note that AKC regulations prohibit an entry of any champion of record.

AWARDS

Best Puppy—–Best Adult—– Best in Match

OBEDIENCE JUDGEDallas Bolen

Subnovice——-Novice—–

Award–   High Score in Match

Registration from 9:30-10:30 AM. ($8.00/class)

New This Year – Shawn Michael will be offering a handling class from 10:30 to 11:00- Free

Obedience classes to begin at 11:00 followed by lunch at noon with a general meeting at 12:30.

Conformation classes will begin at 1:00PM.

WE WILL HAVE SOME VERY NICE PRIZES!

We would like to encourage our “pet” Cardis to “try their paws” at subnovice obedience.  All of the  exercises are on lead. If your dog has had a basic obedience class and knows basic commands you will have no trouble. The exercises are as follows:

  1. Stand for an examination by the judge( Handler tells the dog to stay and then walks to the end of the six foot lead. Judge touches the dog. Handler returns to the dog.)
  2. Heel on leash( Dog moves by the handler’s side and sits when the handler stops.)
  3. Figure 8 on leash ( The dog will perform a figure eight around two people standing eight feet apart.)
  4. Recall ( Handler tells the dog to stay, walks to the end of the leash and then calls him/her. Dog sits in front and then is told to go to the heel position.)

The next two exercises are performed as a group.

  1. Sit and stay for I minute ( Dog sits and is told to stay. Handler walks to the end of the leash and faces the dog. At the end of 1 minute the handler returns to the dog.)
  2. Down and stay for 3 minutes( Dog lies down and is told to stay. Handler walks to the end of the leash and faces the dog. At the end of 3 minutes the handler returns to the dog.)

The Novice Level is a bit more difficult and would be great practice for those considering showing their dogs in an AKC Obedience event.

  1. Heel On Lead and Figure 8
  2. Stand for examination ( off lead)
  3. Heel free ( off lead)
  4. Recall ( off lead)
  5. Long sit ( off lead)
  6. Long down ( off lead)

THIS IS A MATCH! THE GOAL IS TO HAVE FUN WHILE SHOWING YOUR DOG!

ANY QUESTIONS?     PLEASE CONTACT MATCH CHAIRPERSON- JAN

2014 Performance Awards

Every year at the Holiday luncheon/ club meeting, Performance Awards are announced for the top performing Cardigans in various events.

This year’s winners are:

Agility – Jo Powers and Bug
Herding – Rebecca Winkler and Jack
Obedience – Jan and Tom Lehman and Banjo
Rally – Jan and Tom Lehman and Banjo

All Around – Jo Powers and Bug

The club also gave out 2 special recognition awards for sports that aren’t covered in the current Performance Rules and they are:

Jo Powers and Jam for Barn Hunt
Jan and Tom Lehman and Jazz for Lure Coursing

CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners !!!

Performance Award

 DUE BY OCTOBER 31st! Click here for performance award criteria!

 

The Chesapeake Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club Performance Award program is intended to stimulate interest in and encourage participation of Cardigans in the many performance activities available to them.

This award is available only to dogs that are owned or co-owned by a CCWCC member.

The dog must be registered with the AKC

Members must submit an application and provide proof of the dog’s titles or qualifying scores.

The award will be announced once a year at the December meeting and will be presented at that time or will be mailed in a timely manner if the owner is unable to attend that meeting.

Applications must be postmarked on or before October 31st. If an award or title is earned after that date, it will be considered for the next year’s award if the proper application is filed..

Certificates will be awarded in each event, which shall include:

  • Agility
  • Herding
  • Obedience
  • Rally
  • Tracking

Points may be earned from participation in events of the following associations or groups: AHBA, AKC, APDT, ASCA, CPE, DOCNA, NADAC, TDAA, USDAA, UKC.

Other performance groups and events will be considered by the committee on a case-by-case basis upon application by the dog’s s owner (i. e. fly-ball, musical free-style, dock dog, etc.)

There shall also be an award for the dog that has scored the most points in multiple events. This award shall be called The Chesapeake Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club Top Performance Dog Award.

At the discretion of the committee there may also be Special Recognition awards for dogs who have achieved recognition above and beyond the scope of our regular awards. Owners are responsible for apprising the committee of such an achievement.

The point system is as follows:

For Agility, Herding, Obedience and Rally

  • Qualifying Score = 1 point
  • Qualifying Score + 4th place = 2 points
  • Qualifying Score + 3rd place = 3 points
  • Qualifying Score + 2nd place = 4 points
  • Qualifying Score + 1st place = 5 points
  • Title = 6 points
  • HT and PT titles = 3 points each title

For Tracking

  • TD = 6 points
  • TDX = 8 points
  • VST = 10 points

Championships in any performance event and a UDX shall be awarded 10 points

RAE shall be awarded 8 points. High in Trial in any event shall be awarded an additional 2 points.

To receive a copy by mail, contact:

Mary A. Munro

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