The International Weekend 2013 will be held on the 9th and 10th of november, on Saturday the 9th we will start with the Championship show and on Sunday the 10th we will have the Country Competition.
This year’s show will be at the Holiday Inn, Haagse Schouwweg 10, 2332 KG Leiden.
The show will begin on saturday with the Championship show where the winner of both the males and the females can win 2 CAC’s. The reserve winners both the dogs and the bitches get 1 CAC. The best dog on the day is given the title Club Winner 2013. The judges for the Championship show are mrs A. Goodwin (Ounsdale UK), mr. C. Wannop (Charishelee UK) and mr. J. Lubbe (Lubjan SA) and mrs. M. Remer (Banburry Bedrock USA), all these judges are well known in the Bull Terrier world.
The show will start at 09:00.
-Babyclass-, Puppyclass- en Youthclass males by mrs. A. Goodwin ~ ring 1
-Babyclass-, Puppyclass- en Youthclass bitches by mr. C. Wannop ~ring 2
-Intermediateclass-, Openclass-, Championclass- en Veteranclass males by mr. J. Lubbe ~ ring 1
-Intermediateclass-, Openclass-, Championclass- en Veteranclass bitches by mrs. M. Remer ~ring 2
Because of the rules of the Kennel Club the judges are not allowed to judge more than 70 dogs (max.73). We get no dispensation for this. So the organization keeps the right to change something in this outline. So don’t wait till the closing date because it’s possible that some classes will close earlier.
Entry closing date: 25 October 2013
Entryform will follow in a couple of months
On saturday night, there will be a party including a buffet followed by a nice dance evening. Our DJ provides a very festive tone for the evening.
Reservations dinner-dance party
On Sunday is the Country Competition. For this event, countries send over teams to represent their country. The following judges will preside over this event: mrs. V. Filatova (Sandibullies RU), mrs. Y. Caprino (Satyricon NL) and mr. K. Goodwin (Ounsdale UK).
The judges will make their opinions independently of each other under the rules that have been designed to facilitate fair and objective results. The points system is easy to understand for both participants and spectators. For the participating countries, they are asked to create a team of eight of their best quality Bull Terriers. Each country is free to determine which dogs they delegate; the only requirements are that the animal fits the age of its category and of course the dog must have been bred in the country in which it represents. For the Dutch delegation, the Board appoints a Committee of 5 persons who put together the Dutch team.
If you have questions, please contact us via e-mail or telephone.
The committee of the Dutch Bull Terrier Club.