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NORTHWEST RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK CLUB Jeannette Ennis SE 48 th St. Fall City, Wa Dated Material Meadowbrook Farm SE Park St. & Boalch Ave SE, North Bend, WA Pre-Trial Fees (Pre-Trial entries close Wed., 6:00 PM, August 18, 2010) Junior Courser (2 qualifying runs required for JC Suffix). Each run $20.00 QC Test (Per hound seeking qualified certification ) $20.00 Trial (1 st Hound) $20.00 Trial (2 nd Hound, same day, same owner) $18.00 Trial (Any Additional hound, same day, same owner ) $16.00 Gate Entries (Day of Trial) Fees: QC, JC Test, or Trial....$25.00 IMPORTANT NOTICES Hounds passing the Qualified Courser Test will be allowed to enter the trails that weekend at the pre-trial price. Exhibitors are responsible to have a testing (bye) hound for the QC Test. Exhibitors of first-time Open Stake hounds must provide written documentation of qualifying score in Open Stake or their QC Certificate. Late, incomplete, unsigned, or conditional entries WILL NOT be accepted. Phone, fax, and entries WILL NOT be accepted. Entries WILL NOT acknowledged by mail or telephone. Send entries to: Jeanette Ennis, SE 48 th St, Fall City, WA Emergency Field No.: (206) and (206) FIRST CLASS MAIL AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB All Breed Lure Coursing Qualified Courser Certification, Junior Courser, & Trials Friday, August 20, 2010 Event No , JC Tests, Qualified Courser Certification Saturday, August 21, 2010 Event No , Trial Sunday, August 22, 2010 Event No , JC Test, Qualified Courser Certification, Trial
LICENSED BY THE AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB Permission has been granted by the American Kennel Club for the holding of this event under AKC Rules and Regulations. James Crowley, Secretary Officers AKC Field Committee PresidentSimone Alberts Vice PresidentDebbie Brower Recording SecretaryTeri Kruse Corresponding SecretaryCyndy Israel TreasurerPat Hess Board Bruce Hubbert, Joe Piott, Sue Trilling Field Chairman:FRIDAY & SATURDAY: Bruce Hubbert, Mustang Ln, Frenchtown, MT (206) , SUNDAY: Alice Walls, P.O. Box 60105, Renton, WA 98058, (206) , Field Secretary:Jeanette Ennis, SE 48 th St., Fall City, WA 90024, (206) , Clerks: Alice Walls, Donna Hubbert Lure Operator:Phil Allan Hunt Master:Cyndy Israel, Angela Allan, Betsy Metcalf, Mike Miller Paddock Master:Marykay Ligocki, Bruce Hubbert Inspection:Bruce Hubbert, Mike Miller, Sue Trilling TEST & STAKES OFFERED QUALIFIED COURSER TEST- NEW RULE AS OF January 1, 2010 A hound at least 12 months of age (Qualifying Hound) running with another hound of the same breed or another breed with a similar running style (Testing Hound) shall receive certification from a licensed judge. The hound must complete the course with enthusiasm and without interruption, sufficiently course the lure and not the Testing Hound. The judge will certify that the Qualifying Hound ran cleanly and did not appear to present a hazard to the Testing Hound at any point in the qualifying course. This certification is required to enter a hound in an Open Stake. The handler presenting the Qualifying Hound shall be responsible for providing the Testing Hound for the qualifying course. It is strongly recommended that every Qualifying Hound have been run previously alone and that to the handlers satisfaction runs cleanly and keenly. It is additionally recommended that every Qualifying Hound practices with other hounds prior to being presented for a qualifying courser test. It is to be understood by all that training prior to running a hound with other hounds in competition is essential to ensure that the hound is prepared to run safely with other hounds. JUNIOR COURSER TEST Open to all hounds of an eligible breed at least 12 months of age. A hound running alone shall receive one qualification from a judge, and a second qualification from a different judge at a separate event, stating that the hound completed a six hundred (600) yard course with a minumum of four (4) turns. The hound must complete the course with enthusiasm and without interruption. OPEN STAKE (Trial) Open to all hounds that have obtained an AKC Qualified Courser certificate. This requirement will be waived for hounds that have earned a Field Championship title from the American Sighthound Field Association (ASFA) or the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC). ASFA or CKC Field Champions must submit a copy of their title certificate to the host club when they enter their first AKC Open Stake. This copy must be included when the results of the trial are sent to AKC. Championship points earned from the Open Stake will only count toward a Field Champion title. Hounds that have earned an AKC Field Championship title are not eligible to enter the Open Stake. SPECIALS STAKE (Trial) Open to all hounds that have earned their AKC Championship titles. Championship points earned from the Specials Stake will count toward Lure Courser Excellent titles. Qualifying scores earned from the Specials Stake will count toward a Senior Courser or Master Courser title. OPEN VETERAN STAKE (Trial) Open to all hounds which are eligible to enter Open or Special Stakes and meet the age requirement for a veteran as established by the breeds parent club- 6 years of age; except Irish Wolfhounds = 5 years, and Whippets = 7years. Championship points will be awarded. Points won from the Veteran Stake may count toward either a Field Championship title or Lure Courser Excellent title. BEST IN FIELD All Best of Breed winners (with the exception of Italian Greyhounds and Foundation Stock Service [FSS] breeds) shall be eligible to complete for Best In Field. ELIGIBLE BREEDS AND REGISTRY Only purebred Afghan Hounds, Azawakhs, Basenjis, Borzois, Greyhounds, Ibizan Hounds, Irish Wolfhounds, Italian Greyhounds, Pharaoh Hounds, Portuguese Podengos, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Salukis, Scottish Deerhounds, Sloughis, Thai Ridgebacks and Whippets that are one year of age or older, that have been registered with The American Kennel Club, or part of an AKC-registered litter, or otherwise, if whelped outside of the United States of America and owned by a resident of the USA, or of a country with a foreign registry organization whose pedigrees are acceptable for AKC registration and is registered with that registry, or that have been granted an Indefinite Listing Privilege (ILP), are eligible to participate in lure coursing tests and trials. Hounds may not be entered as registration pending or ILP Pending. Soughis one year of age or older, that have been recorded with the Foundation Stock Service, or that have been granted an ILP are eligible to enter in Lure Coursing Tests and may participate in Lure Coursing Trials on an Exhibition Only basis. Breed disqualifications apply Ribbons & Prizes Qualified Courser Certification: Certificate & Toy Juniior Courser : Dark Green Trial: Rosettes: First=Blue, Second=Red, Third=Yellow, Fourth=White, Fifth=Pink, Best of Breed= Purple/ Gold, Best In Field=Red/White/Blue Prizes: Prizes will be offered for Best of Breed and Best in Field. Northwest Rhodesian Ridgeback Club EVENTEVENT HOURSTIME Day Of… ENTRIES CLOSE INSPECTIONROLL CALL & START FRIDAY: QC & JC3:00 AM to 7:00 PM6:30 PM2:30 PM until 6:30 PMEntry form taken at 2:30 PM SATURDAY: There will be NO QC or JC Offered. None SATURDAY: Trial7:00 AM Until Completion 8:00 AM.Inspection upon arrival: starting at 7:00 AM 8:15 AM SUNDAY: QC, followed by JC. 7:30 AM Untl Completion 7:30 AM7:00 AM7:30 AM Sunday Trial7:00 AM Until Completion 15 minutes after the conclusion of QC/JC Tests Inspection upon arrival: starting at 7:30 AM 15 minutes after the conclusion of QC/JC Tests Judges and Assignments Vern Stack: E th, Rt. 12, Spokane, WA (509) FRIDAY: JC & QC SATURDAY & SUNDAY TRIALS: A Az B Ba CdE G Ib Ig Iw P Pp S Sd Si Tr W Christie Beetz: PO Box 1371, Holilister, CA (831) SUNDAY: JC & QC SATURDAY & SUNDAY TRIALS: A Az B Ba CdE G Ib Ig Iw P Pp S Sd Si Tr W
Notice To All Exhibitors All entries must be one year of age or older on the day of the trial. Stakes will be split by public random draw if the entry in any one stake is sufficient to hold two or more five point majors. In the Trial, all hounds will run twice, in trios if possible, or braces, unless excused, dismissed, or disqualified Hounds not present at the time of roll call will be scratched after a five (5) minute grace period. Each entry will be examined at inspection for breed disqualifications. Bitches in season and lame hounds will be excused. Entry fee for hounds excused, during inspection, for bitches in season, lameness or breed disqualification shall be refunded. Spayed or neutered hounds, without breed disqualifications, may be entered. Battery powered continuous loop machines will be used. Lure will consist of white plastic bags. Backup equipment will be available. The course will be reversed for the finals and run-offs. The field committee reserves the right to alter the course plan as required by weather and/or field conditions on the day of the trial. THE FIELD COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BAR KNOWN AGGRESSIVE HOUNDS FROM THE TRIAL SITE. THERE WILL BE A $5 FINE ASSESSED FOR ANY LOOSE HOUND NOT TAKING PART IN THE COURSE IN PROGRESS, OR FOR ANYBODY CAUGHT NOT PICKING UP AFTER THEIR DOG OR LEAVING GARBAGE ON THE FIELD. NO ONE, EXCEPT THE FIELD COMMITTEE, WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE FIELD WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE FIELD CHAIRMAN, EXCEPT THE APPOINTED FIELD COMMITTEE. Anybody exhibiting unsportsmanlike behavior will be excused from the field and may be subject to further American Kennel Club disciplinary action. No cigarette smoki ng on the field. Directions to Field Veterinarian Information VCA Alpine Animal Hospital 888 NW Sammamish Road Issaquah, WA Northbound off Exit #17 of I-90W (425) Dog Friendly Accommodations NORTH BEND (5 MINUTES) None ISSAQUAH (15 MINUTES) Motel 6, (425) RV Parking PRESTON (8 MINUTES) Big Sky RV Park (425) FALL CITY (8 MINUTES) Snoqualmie River Campground & RV Park (425) RV PARKING IS ALLOWED ON THE FIELD- NO HOOK-UPS FROM THE WEST: Drive east on I-90. Take Exit 27 (Snoqualmie/Snoqualmie Falls). At the off-ramp stop sign, go left under freeway. Stay in the right lane, go straight thru roundabout. Take the Snoqualmie/Snoqualmie Falls left-turn lane. Continue downhill past Snoqualmie Hospital (on your left). Go straight thru traffic light at SR202 (Milk Barn on left). Pass Mount Si High School (on your left). Turn right at the stop sign (Park Street). Continue east on Park Street (school & ball fields on right). Meadowbrook Farm begins here. Look for LC sign on right. FROM THE EAST: Drive west on I-90. Take Exit 31 (North Bed) and turn right on North Bend Blvd Continue thru traffic lights and thru downtown North Bend. Bear left as the road (SR202) turns and continues west. Proceed over the bridge and turn right on Boalch Ave. Proceed on Boalch Ave (funeral home on right). Proceed west over small bridge. Meadowbrook Farm starts here. Look for signs on left.
Course Plans Course plans are not to scale. Field committee reserves the right to modify plans according to weather and field conditionconditions.(reversed for finals) Friday JC & QC – 630 yds Saturdy Trials – 870 yds Sunday JC, QC, & Trial – 805 yds (Shortened for JC & QC) The Northwest Rhodesian Ridgeback Club Will Provide Complimentary Coffee & Muffin Each Morninbg. Saturday Lunch $6.00 Sandwich Macaroni Salad Bean Salad Bag of Chips (choice) Cake (sheet) Soft Drink or Water Sunday Lunch $6.00 BBQ Beef Sandwich Potato Salad Bean Salad Bag of Chips (choice) Cookies Soft Drink or Water Morning Refreshments S/F S/F
Qualified Courser Certificate Instructions: This form is to be used when a hound successfully completes the Qualified Courser Test at an AKC® Lure Coursing event. A hound must have received this certification within one year of the closing date of the trial being entered to be eligible to compete in an AKC Lure Coursing Trial in the Open or Open Veteran stake. This form must be properly completed and submitted along with this hounds first entry in an AKC Lure Coursing Trial in either stake. * Hounds who have earned a Field Championship from either the American Sighthound Field Association (ASFA) or the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) are exempt from this requirement. A copy of the applicable FC certificate must accompany the first entry of these hounds. To be completed by owner/agent: Breed __________________________________________________________________ AKC Registered Name __________________________________________________________________ AKC Registration Number __________________________________________________________________ I hereby certify that the hound running in the Qualifying Course is the hound identified above and the information provided is true and correct. Printed Name of Owner/Agent _________________________________________________________________ Signature of Owner/Agent ______________________________Date___________ To be completed by certifying judge: I hereby certify that the above referenced hound passed the Qualified Courser Test by running clean with another hound of the same breed or one with a similar running style completing a course a minimum of 600 yards. Judges Printed Name ________________________Judges Number__________ Judges Signature ____________________________________Date___________ JERSC6 (8/09)