International Regulations for CACIT Field Trials for Retriever Breeds

valid from September 2011

International Regulations for CACIT Field Trials for Retriever Breeds (PDF, 123,9 kByte)

FT Championship

It is our pleasure to announce that the Austrian Retriever Club and the Working Retriever Club of Hungary have decided to call the Austrian - Hungarian Field Trial Championship to life.

The Championship will be held in alternate countries each year, in 2011 it will be organized by the Working Retriever Club of Hungary .

Date: 10. December 2011


Qualification for this Championship are the results from CACIT Field Trials run between 1st September 2010 until 1st December 2011 run in Hungary and Austria, organized by the Austrian Retriever Club and the Working Retriever Club of Hungary.

If other clubs in Hungary organise a CACIT field trial (The Labrador Club of Hungary or the The Golden Retriever Club), upon their previous agreement with the organisers of The Championship, those trials can also be accepted as qualifier trials.

Results such as CACIT, Res. CACIT, excellent, very good, good will be taken into consideration, CACIT titles counting highest, than Res. CACIT etc.

The qualifications count first and only after that the placement. (for example someone who has a 1. place with a very good will be put behind the one who has a 4. place excellent).

In case 2 dogs have got the same results, then the dog whose results are closer to the date of the Championship will be put higher in the ranking.

It is always the responsibility of the two club’s field trial secretaries to rank the entered dogs upon their results.

It is possible to enter for the Championship also without qualification, but the entry will only be accepted in case there are not enough qualified dogs. In this case there will be a draw among the dogs which have not qualified.

The number of dogs running will be decided by the organizing club every year, depending on the grounds, amount of game, and other circumstances.

Entries are possible via the website of the website from  01. September 2011.

After sending your entry online, please also send the list of trials you like to be taken into consideration, and the copy of the documents (diplomas) to the email address.

If you prefer to send it by post: Retriever Munkakutya Sportegyesület Andrea Böszörményi H-2471 Baracska, Széchenyi str. 117. Hungary

on behalf of the ÖRC: Dr. Heike Klieber

on behalf of the WRCH: Andrea Böszörményi

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