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CRUFTS QUALIFICATIONS
FOR ENTRY OF DOGS 2001

1.   A DOG UNDER 9 CALENDAR MONTHS OF AGE ON THE 9 MARCH, 2000 IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR ENTRY AT THIS SHOW UNLESS IT HAS QUALIFIED FOR ENTRY IN THE KENNEL CLUB STUD BOOK.
N.B. A Puppy so qualified which is between 6 and 9 months of age is not eligible for entry in Special Puppy, Special Junior or Special Yearling.
2.   THE FOLLOWING ARE THE QUALIFICATIONS A DOG MUST HAVE FOR ENTRY AT CRUFTS 2001.
a.  ENTRY IN BREED CLASSES AT CRUFTS 2001, WHERE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES ARE OFFERED.
A dog is eligible for entry in breed classes where Challenge Certificates are offered if it has qualified in any of the following ways under the Rules and Regulations of The Kennel Club.
  • (1)  if it is a Champion, Show Champion, Field Trial Champion, Working Trial Champion or Obedience Champion under the Rules of The Kennel Club.
  • (2) if it is entered in The Kennel Club Stud Book, or qualifies for entry in The Kennel Club Stud Book by 8 January, 2001.
  • (3) if it is entered in The Kennel Club Stud Book, or qualifies for entry in The Kennel Club Stud Book by 8 January, 2001 through Field Trial or Working Trials .
  • (4) if it has won any of the following prizes in a Breed Class (as defined in Kennel Club Regulations for the definitions of classes at Championship Shows) at a Championship Show, including Crufts, where Challenge Certificates were offered for the Breed between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001.
  • i. First, Second or Third in Minor Puppy Class
  • ii. First, Second or Third in Puppy Class
  • iii. First, Second or Third in Junior Class
  • iv. First, Second or Third in Post Graduate Class
  • v. First, Second or Third in Limit Class
  • vi. First, Second or Third in Open Class (See Note 2.)
  • (5) if it has won a First Prize in a Breed Class at Crufts 2000 .
  • (6) if it has been awarded a 5-point or higher Green Star at a Show held under Irish Kennel Club Rules and Regulations.
  • (7) if a Beagle, has won a First prize at a Hound Show between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001 held under the Rules and Regulations of the Masters of Harriers and Beagles Association.
  • (8) if it has won Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show or Best Puppy in Show at a General
    or
    Group Open Show between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001.
    b. ENTRY IN BREED CLASSES AT CRUFTS 2001, WHERE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES ARE NOT OFFERED AND ANY VARIETY NOT SEPARATELY CLASSIFIED CLASSES.
    A dog is eligible for entry in Breed Classes, where Challenge Certificates are not offered and Any Variety Not Separately Classified if it has qualified in any f the following ways under the Rules and Regulations of The Kennel Club:
  • (i) If it has been declared Best of Sex or Reserve Best of Sex of a Breed or gained any of the following Prizes in Breed or Variety Classes at a Championship Show, including Crufts, between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001.
  • i. First, Second or Third in Minor Puppy Class
  • ii. First, Second or Third in Puppy Class
  • iii. First, Second or Third in Junior Class
  • iv. First, Second or Third in Post Graduate Class
  • v. First, Second or Third in Limit Class
  • vi. First, Second or Third in Open Class (See Note 2.)
  • (2) if it has won a First Prize in a Breed Class at Crufts, 2000.
  • (3) if it has been awarded a 5-point or higher Green Star at a Show held under Irish Kennel Club Rules and Regulations.
  • (4) if it has won Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show or Best Puppy in Show at a General
    or
    Group Open Show between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001.
  • c. ENTRY IN FIELD TRIAL CLASSES AT CRUFTS 2001.
  • A dog is eligible for entry in Field Trial Classes for its Breed if it has at any time won a Prize a Diploma of Merit or a Certificate of Merit in actual competition at a Field Trial held under Kennel Club or Irish Kennel Club Regulations.
  • d. ENTRY IN SPECIAL WORKING TRIAL CLASSES AT CRUFTS 2001. With the exception of Bloodhounds, a dog is eligible for entry in the Working Trial Classes for its Breed if it has gained a qualification not lower than UD Excellent under Kennel Club Working Trial Regulations. A Bloodhound is eligible for entry in Working Trial Classes if is has won a prize at a Working Trial for Bloodhounds held under Kennel Club Working Trials Regulations.
  • e. OBEDIENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT CRUFTS 2001. A dog is eligible for entry if it has won a Kennel Club Obedience Certificate at a Show held between 10 January, 2000 and 8 January, 2001.
  • f. QUALIFIED DOGS TOO YOUNG TO COMPETE IN 1999 A dog which gained a qualifying award prior to the 10 January, 2000 but was under 9 months of age on the 9 March 2000 and, therefore, ineligible for competition at Crufts Show 2000, is eligible for Crufts 2001 without further qualification.
  • 9. OVERSEAS CHAMPIONS Any Champion from a country with which The Kennel Club has a reciprocal agreement qualifies automatically if it is domiciled in the UK and is on The Kennel Club Breed Register.
  • FCI INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Any F.C.I. International Champion
  • NOTES ON QUALIFICATIONS
  • 1. A Breed Class is a class confined to one breed.
  • 2. Awards as above qualify a dog for entry at Crufts 2001 only if the class in which the award was gained was not made "Special" in any way i.e. by age, colour, height, weight, coat, to members of a society, to breeders, etc.
    An exception is made only in the case of Prize Winners in Special Puppy, Special Junior, Special Yearling and Special Veteran at Crufts 2000.
    Wins in sweepstake classes do not qualify nor do wins in any classes other than those stated above.
  • 3. Only dogs of 9 calendar months of age or over on 8 March, 2001 will be eligible for entry at Crufts 2001 unless a Kennel Club Stud Book qualification has been obtained.
  • 4. In any class scheduled at Crufts 2001 for which an age limit appears in the definition the age is calculated to the 8 March, 2001.
  • 5. No entries will be accepted "Not for Competition".
  • ENTRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY, 8 JANUARY, 2002 (P.O. POSTMARKED)

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