Paperwork will be forwarded to all members prior to the meeting.
Download the Schedule/ Entry form here:
This day will be for a maximum of 12 dogs – split into groups of 3 to 4. It will be most suitable for novice dogs and handlers who have a good understanding of the basics, but could also be useful for more experienced handlers. All dogs will be given the opportunity to point and flush game, on excellent ground under the supervision of Howard Kirby ably assisted by members of the Mullenscote team.
In the case of over subscription – priority will be given to members and then to novice handlers and young dogs.
Please send send the form below, with cheque payable to HWVA, to the address below by Saturday 9th February.
A draw will be held if oversubscribed and you will be notified by email if you have a place.
In the event that you need to withdraw – every effort will be made to fill your space and your entry-fee
will be refunded. If I do not have enough notice, or am unable to fill the place, the fee will be forfeit.
Entries to: Heather Gray at 15 PerryHill Drive, Sandhurst, Berkshire GU47 8HS.
The day will commence at 10am for coffee & registration
followed by presentation, Q&As & MCE
Lunch at 12:30
A2 Assessment 2pm (by invitation only)
Breed Speaker: Mrs Chris Morgan
The morning session will consist of an introduction to the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla and an indepth look at the Kennel Club Breed Standard, followed by the opportunity to sit the Multiple Choice Exam (MCE). Anyone can attend the BAD, but only judges that have undertaken the following Kennel Club education can sit the MCE
- To have passed the Rules & Regulations of a Dog Show Judge
- To have passed the Points of the Dog Assessment
- To have attended a Confirmation & Movement Seminar
Non-members £25, Members £20 for the Breed Presentation and MCE & lunch.
Please email Sarah Stephenson for more information and a booking form firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the Judges Competency Framework can be found at;
5 Highfield Street
Longevity and mortality in Kennel Club registered dog breeds in the UK in 2014
The following report documents the results of a survey on KC registered dogs. Unfortunately there is no mention of the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla but it still makes interesting reading.
Judges: Ed Casey (Breed) and Blake Crocker (Specials)
Schedules can be found here: www.highampress.co.uk/HWVA-open-Sep2018.pdf