COMPANION DOG SHOW
(HELD UNDER KENNEL CLUB RULES AND REGULATIONS)
SPONSORED BY – CEDAR VETERINARY GROUP
SATURDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2019
In conjunction with the Alresford and District Agricultural Society at Tichborne Park, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0PN
ENTRIES ON THE DAY
Organiser: Mrs Nina Byles (01730 829028)
Judges: Pedigree: Mrs Pat Todd (Toddrosa)
Novelty: Mrs Pat Todd (Toddrosa)
Entries from: 11.00am
Judging Commences: 12.30pm
Entry Fees: £1 per class.
Rosettes: 1st to 6th place
Prizes, Cups and Special Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show, Puppy, Best Cross Rosettes Breed, Best Veteran, Best Child Handler and Best Rescue
The Artful Dog Studio in Farnham is proud to be supporting the Alresford Show by kindly providing all 1st prize winners a free studio dog portrait shoot, a 10 x 8 print and a £20 credit, 2nd prize winners a free studio dog portrait shoot, a 10 x 8 print and a £10 credit & 3rd prize winners a free studio dog portrait shoot & a 10 x 8 print.
PEDIGREE CLASSES (Start time: 12.30pm)
1. Any Variety Puppy (6-12 months)
2. Any Variety Sporting Dogs
3. Any Variety Non-Sporting Dogs
4. Any Variety Open
NOVELTY CLASSES (Will not start before 2pm)
5. Veteran (7yrs and over)
6. Child Handling (12yrs and under)
7. Dog Most Like its Handler
8. Best Trick
9. Best Rescue
10. Prettiest Bitch
11. Most Handsome Dog
12. Best Cross Breed
13. Pair of Dogs most Unalike
14. Dog the Judge would most like to take home
Dogs which have any of the following awards are not eligible for entry at Companion Dog Shows: 1. Challenge Certificate (or any award that counts towards the title champion under the rules of any governing body recognised by the Kennel Club) (Pedigree Classes only). 2. Reserve Challenge Certificate. (Pedigree Classes only) 3. Junior Warrant (Pedigree Classes only). Dogs need not be registered at the Kennel Club. Puppies under the ages of six months are not eligible for entry. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.
A dog docked on or after the 6th April 2007 may not be entered for exhibition at this show. Be aware that dogs left in cars can be at risk in hot weather.