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2017 National Specialty

Event Date: 
Saturday, August 26, 2017
Location: 
Long Sault, Ontario

Vizsla Canada will be holding its 2017 National Specialty August 26, 2017, in Long Sault, Ontario. This year's National Specialty will be held in conjunction with the Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Dog Association's annual All-Breed Shows August 25 to 27.

New Versatile Vizsla prize to be awarded at the 2017 National Specialty:

A $500.00 (CDN) cash prize & rosette will be offered to the highest cumulative score (total of points accumulated by dog) for THE MOST VERSATILE VIZSLA (smooth or wire) through the disciplines (Agility, Obedience, Rally and Conformation) offered at the SD&G shows on August 25, 26 and 27th. The following outlines details and rules.

This prize is generously sponsored by the Estate of Amanda Rink, in memory of Amanda Rink-Sagh.

The Most Versatile Vizsla Award

Rules & Conditions

  • Each dog earns points with qualifying scores or wins earned in each discipline.
  • Disciplines eligible:  conformation, obedience, rally obedience, agility.
  • The eligible days for this award are: August 25, 26 and 27, 2017.
  • Only one qualifying score per discipline per dog during the 3 eligible days, will be accepted for use towards the MVV award.  For example, if a dog qualifies more than once in obedience over the 3 days, only his higher scores will be used for the MVV award.
  • Different people can handle the dog, as the points are tied to the dog and not to the handler.
  • In obedience, a qualifying score in the pre-novice class (which is pass/fail) will earn 50 points for the MVV award and for the other classes in obedience, the final score will be reported out of 100. For example: 190/200 = 95 points for the MVV award. 
  • In conformation, only the official classes are eligible for the MVV award.     (Refer to the scoreboard below)
  • In agility, the score must come with the mention “qualified score” to be eligible for the MVV award.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

In case of a tie for the winner, here are the criteria to break the tie:

  1. The win goes to the dog entered in the most different disciplines.
  2. If there is still a tie, the win goes to the dog which has obtained the most qualifying scores or wins in the disciplines over the 3 days eligible, even if those scores or wins weren’t used towards the points total.
  3. If there is still a tie, a random draw will be made to determine the winner.

Please review the follwoing PDFs for the Conformation Scorecard and the SD&G, including Specialties, Premium List.

 

 

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