Exhibitors should follow their veterinarian’s recommendation to assure their dogs are free of internal and external parasites, any communicable disease and have appropriate vaccinations.
QUESTIONS & INFORMATION
Premium List & Judging Program will be available from our web site: http://www.nutmeg-ahc.org
Questions answered by Trial Chair or Trial Secretary
For information on the day of the trial call Leslie Nelson, (860) 875-7527
Please send all questions to Leslie Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org , Ulrike Reinsch, or Doreen Palmer email@example.com Move Ups:
Move-ups may be approved, provided the next level class (e. g. novice to open) and judge is available and the class has not reached its limit.
The request for a move-up must be in writing and presented to the trial secretary at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the trial.
First entry of each dog...............................................................$29.00
Each Additional entry of the same dog.......................................$25.00
(includes $.50 AKC recording fee & $3.00 Event service fee)
NOTICE: A recording fee of $0.50 will be required for each first entry entered at any
Licensed or Member Club Show, Obedience Trial or Tracking Test. A service fee of $3.00 will be paid on each entry .These fees are to be collected by the show giving Club and paid to the American Kennel Club,
Canadian entries must be paid with International Money Orders or their equivalent.
All checks are to be made Payable to: NAHC
ENTRIES CLOSE: 3:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2012
AT SECRETARY’S HOME
Leslie Nelson, Event Secretary
6 Anderson Rd. Tolland, CT 06084-3410
MOTELS (Please call, some have fees or weight restrictions)
Less than 5 miles away:
Extended Stay America, 340 Tolland Tnpk., Manchester CT 866-281-6817
Studio 6, 191 Spencer St, Manchester, CT 866-272-4856
Howard Johnson Express, 451 Hartford Tnpk., Vernon, CT 866-299-0098
From the East
84W to Exit 62. At end of exit turn right. Proceed to the light at Buckland St. and turn right. Go straight, under the Railroad Bridge and bear left. Tails-U-Win is immediately after Adams Mill Restaurant on the left. The entrance is in the back From the West:
84E to Exit 62 At end of exit turn right onto Buckland St. Same as above from Buckland St.
From the North
91S-Exit 35A-Rt 291 to Exit 5. At end of exit turn left. Take a right at Manchester Honda light onto Buckland St. Same as above from Buckland St. From the South:
91N to 84E
84E to Exit 62 – Turn Right onto Buckland Street
Same as above from Buckland St.
Nathan Hale Obedience Club, Inc.
Obedience - Sunday, November 11,, 2012
Coventry High School, Coventry CT
Trial Secretary: Carol Benway, 247 Plains Road, Tolland CT, 060845
OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES
(All Breeds, including the Mixed Breeds, will be shown in the same classes)
Beg. Novice A & B Novice A & B Open A & B Utility A & B
Entries will be entered in the catalog and judges books by heights, small to large. RIBBON PRIZES:
I CERTIFY that I am the actual owner of the dog, or that I am the duly authorized agent of the actual owner whose name I have entered above. In consideration of the acceptance of this entry, I (we) agree to abide by the rules and regulations of The American Kennel Club in effect at the time of this event, and by any additional rules and regulations appearing in the premium list for this event, and further agree to be bound by the "Agreement" printed on the reverse side of this entry form. I (we) certify and represent that the dog entered is not a hazard to persons or other dogs. This entry is submitted for acceptance on the foregoing representation and Agreement. I (we) agree to conduct myself (ourselves) in accordance with all such Rules & Regulations (including all provisions applying to discipline) and to abide by any decisions made in accord with them.
■SIGNATURE of owner or his agent duly authorized to make this entry
TELEPHONE NUMBER (Include Area Code)
AKC Rules, Regulations, Policies and Guidelines are available on the American Kennel Club Web site, www.akc.org
sustained by any person or persons, including myself (ourselves), or on account of damage to property, arising out of or
in consequence of my (our) participation in this event, however such, injuries, death or property damage may be caused,
and whether or not the same may have been caused or may be alleged to have been caused by the negligence of the
aforementioned parties or any of their employees, agents, or any other persons. I (WE) AGREE THAT ANY CAUSE OF
ACTION, CONTROVERSY OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE ENTRY, EXHIBITION OR ATTENDANCE AT THE EVENT BETWEEN THE AKC AND THE EVENT-GIVING CLUB (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN ITS PREMIUM LIST) AND MYSELF (OURSELVES) OR AS TO THE CONSTRUCTION, INTERPRETATION AND EFFECT OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE SETTLED BY ARBITRATION PURSUANT TO THE APPLICABLE RULES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION. HOWEVER, PRIOR TO ARBITRATION ALL APPLICABLE AKC BYLAWS, RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES MUST FIRST BE FOLLOWED AS SET FORTH IN THE AKC CHARTER AND BYLAWS, RULES, REGULATIONS, PUBLISHED POLICIES AND GUIDELINES.
1. (Variety) if you are entering a dog of breed in which there are varieties for show purposes, please designate the particular variety you are entering, i.e., Cocker Spaniel (solid color black, ASCOB, parti-color), Beagles (not exceeding 13 in., over 13 in. but not exceeding 15 in.), Dachshunds (longhaired, smooth, wirehaired), Collies (rough, smooth), Bull Terriers (colored, white), Manchester Terriers (standard, toy), Chihuahuas (smooth coat, long coat), English Toy Spaniels (King Charles and Ruby, Blenheim and Prince Charles), Poodles (toy, miniature, standard).
2. The following categories of dogs may be entered and shown in Best of Breed competition: Dogs that are Champions
of Record and dogs which, according to their owners’ records, have completed the requirements for a championship, but whose championships are unconfirmed. The showing of unconfirmed Champions in Best of Breed competition is limited to a period of 90 days from the date of the show where the dog completed the requirements for a championship.
3. (Event Class) Consult the classification in this premium list. If the event class in which you are entering your dog is
divided, then, in addition to designating the class, specify the particular division of the class in which you are entering
your dog, i.e, age division, color division, weight division.
4. A dog must be entered in the name of the person who actually owned it at the time entries for an event closed. If a
registered dog has been acquired by a new owner it must be entered in the name of its new owner in any event for which entries closed after the date of acquirement, regardless of whether the new owner has received the registration certificate indicating that the dog is recorded in his/her name. State on entry form whether transfer application has been mailed to the AKC. (For complete rules, refer to Chapter 11, Section 3.)
5. Mixed Breed dogs entering classes for Agility, Obedience, and Rally trials should mark Breed as “All-American Dog/Mixed Breed.” Sire and Dam information shall remain blank for mixed breed entrants
The above number MUST be included. Should you not have your Junior Handler number, this may be obtained from the American Kennel Club. Phone: (919) 233-9767.
By signing the entry form I (we) certify that the Junior Showman does not now, and will not at any time, act as an agent/handler for pay while continuing to compete in Junior Showmanship.
CONDITIONAL, UNSIGNED, INCOMPLETE, TELEPHONE, OR TELEGRAPH
entries cannot be accepted. ENTRIES NOT ON OFFICIAL AKC ENTRY FORMS or photocopies of entry forms without the agreement and rules on the reverse side of the Official AKC entry forms are NOT ACCEPTABLE. THE CLUB AND ITS SHOW SECRETARY ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY for wrong or incomplete information given on the entry blank by the owner or agent of the owner. This Club and its Show Secretary assume no responsibility for the owner or owner’s agent entering a dog twice or in a class for which the dog is ineligible to compete.
FEES MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRIES. ENTRY FEES will not be refunded in event of errors or cancellation of entries after the published closing date, nor in the event that a dog is absent, disqualified, sick, lame, or excused by the Veterinarian or Judge or barred from competition by the Bench Show Committee, or because the dog is ineligible to compete because it is incorrectly entered. If because of riot, civil disturbances, or other acts beyond the control of the management it is impossible to open the show, no refund of entry fee(s) will be made. Extreme weather conditions, such as but not limited to snow storms, hurricanes, lightning, extreme heat, must be considered for the health and safety of the dogs, judges, exhibitors and spectators. The wellbeing of dogs and participants is of paramount importance and in the event it is necessary to cancel or stop the show before completion, no refund of entry fee will be made.
CONFIRMATION OF ENTRY & JUDGINGSCHEDULE will be sent to the address on the Official AKC entry form after the closing date. If an exhibitor has not received a copy of the Judging Schedule the Show Secretary should be contacted.
DOGS NEED TO BE AT THESHOW only at scheduled time of judging and may leave immediately thereafter, unless required for further judging. DOGS MUST BE READY FOR JUDGING. Judges will not wait for any dog holding up a class. Owners or their agents alone are responsible for the presence of their dogs in the judging ring.
CLOSING DATE for entries 3:00 PM, Wednesday, October 24, 2012 (at Secretary’s Home) after which time entries cannot be accepted, cancelled or substituted except as provided for in Chapter 11, Section 6 of the Dog Show Rules.
A RECORDING FEE of $.50 and $3.00 Event Service Fee will be required for each dog entered at any Licensed or Member Club Show, Obedience Trial or Tracking Test. These Fees are to be collected by the Show giving Club and paid to the American Kennel Club. If a dog is entered in more than one class in the show, the Service Fees are to be collected on each entry. (American Kennel Club Rule, Chapter 11, Section 2).