The entry form can be downloaded, printed and filled in or downloaded and completed in word, printed and sent.HWVA Ammerdown Field Trial Schedule HWVA Ammerdown Field Trial Entry HWVA Field Trial Standing Orders
Schedules are now available for the HWVA Open Show.
Entries Close: Monday 4th September 2017 (Post Office Postmark) Entries may be made online up to 12 noon Friday 8th September 2017 at www.dog.biz
Breed Judge:- Mr Tim Branney ( Belatarr)
Special Awards:- Mrs Karen May (Amiryck)
Schedules available from Chris Schofield firstname.lastname@example.org – 01246 418624
Higham Press www.highampress.co.uk/HWVA-open2017.pdf
A chance to gain specialised knowledge relevent to the breed.
Please contact the organiser below for further details.
Now fully booked for the “Hands on assessment”
Would you like to represent HWV at the Europa Cup?
Every year the Vizsla European Field Trial Championships also known as the Europa Cup are hosted by a different country via their respective Vizsla Club. This, the nineteenth year is no different and is set to be held in Denmark for the second time in the history of the competition.
Several members of the Association have expressed an interest in having a Wire team and so we are keen to encourage people to enter their HWV, if they are at a suitable standard, in the hope that there could be teams of both smooths and wires for the first time at this years’ competition.
Please return your entry form (below) as soon as possible.
Judge: Sue Hastwell
For dogs and handlers who have not entered more than two KC working tests and have not won a first in Special beginners or an award in any classified class. Training and help will be given.
Judge: Louise Holmes
Confined to dogs / bitches less than 18 months of age on the date of the test.
Judges: Jean Robertson (A Panel 2798), Jayne Herbert, Lee Loveridge (B Panel 3307)
For dogs / bitches which have not gained a Field Trial Award or COM, or 1st, 2nd or 3rd in an Open GWT or First in a Novice GWT held in accordance with KC Regulations
|OPEN||Judge: Jason Hudson
Open to all HPR Dogs/Bitches. Cold game may be used
|WATER||Judge: Paul MacDonald|
HWVA Widmerpool Working Test Entry Form - to complete in Word
The committee of the Hungarian Wire Haired Vizsla Association currently have the following vacancies:
Working / Field Trial Secretary.
Working Sub-committee members (4).
We are currently seeking members who have knowledge and practical experience of the working side of gundog ownership to join the committee and help us to continue to provide tests, trials and training for the good and benefit of the membership.
If you feel that you are able to provide the time and effort required to help in organising and running these events in one of these roles then please get in touch, email Phil@HWVA.org.uk
The experience can be that of participation in Beating / Picking Up with your dog on shoot days, Stalking or scent trailing with your dog, Field Trials, Gundog Working Tests, or any practical experience of field work with your dog. Working / Field Trial secretary must have, or be willing to attend the Kennel Club training day for Field Trial Secretaries.
NEW DNA TESTING SCHEME FOR HUNGARIAN WIREHAIRED VIZSLAS
The Kennel Club has approved a new official DNA testing scheme for hyperuricosuria (HUU) in Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas, following consultation with the breed health coordinator on behalf of the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla Association.
To find out which laboratories the Kennel Club is able to record results from, and which labs will send results direct to the KC, please refer to the worldwide DNA testing list at www.thekennelclub.org.uk/
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “The popularity of the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla has been slowly increasing over the past decade and the population is now more than double what it was ten years ago, so we are pleased to be announcing this new DNA test for the breed. It will further help breeders make informed decisions when it comes to breeding, enable potential puppy buyers to be aware of issues which could affect their chosen breed, and ultimately protect and maintain the health of the breed.”
The Kennel Club continues to work alongside breed clubs and breed health coordinators, in a collaborative effort to improve the health of pedigree dogs and we are happy to accommodate a club’s request to add a new DNA test to its lists. We would normally need a formal request from the breed’s health coordinator or a majority request from the breed clubs.
Test results will be added to the dog’s registration details which will trigger the publication of the result in the next available Breed Records Supplement. The result will appear on any new registration certificate issued for the dog and on the registration certificates of any future progeny of the dog, and also on the Health Test Results Finder on the Kennel Club website. Results for dogs already tested can also be recorded, but owners will need to submit copies of the DNA certificates themselves.
If the owner includes the original registration certificate for the dog (not a copy) then a new registration certificate will be issued, with the DNA result on it, free of charge. Please send any DNA test certificates to Health & Breeder Services, The Kennel Club, Clarges Street, London, W1J 8AB, or scan and email copies of the certificates to email@example.com.