Weimaraner Club of NSW Pointscore Rules and Regulations.
 

These rules and regulations are established in accordance with the objectives of the Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc and are set forth as a guideline to protect and advance the interests of the Weimaraner by maintaining a high breeding standard and by encouraging sportsman like competition at dog shows, field trials, obedience trials and tracking tests. Adherence to these rules is strongly recommended.

Club Competition for Perpetual Trophies
1. Show Dog/Bitch of the year - The Huxtable Memorial Trophy
2. Show Dog of the year
3. Show Bitch of the year
4. Junior Dog/Bitch of the year
5. Puppy of the year
6. Obedience Dog/Bitch of the year
7. Field Dog of the year ( Utility Field trials )
8. Retrieving Dog/Bitch of the year ( non slip retrieving trials )
9. Tracking Dog/Bitch of the year


Please note: All these awards are Club competitions only, and in no way count towards Championship awards or titles as issued by the RNCC.

Rules and Regulations for Club Competitions.

As pertaining to:

 

1. Show Dog/Bitch of the year
2. Show Dog of the year 
3. Show Bitch of the year 
4. Junior Dog/Bitch of the year 
5. Puppy of the year

The Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc will nominate 15 championship shows as our pointscores every calendar year, Within a period of January to November.

Dog/Bitches entered in the competition for Junior of the year cease to be eligible immediately they reach twenty four ( 24 ) months of age. This does not preclude them from carrying on competition for show Dog/Bitch of the year.

Dogs/Bitches entered in the competition for Puppy of the year are ineligible from the age of three ( 3 ) months up to twelve ( 12 ) months, This does not preclude them from carrying on competition for Junior or Show Dog/Bitch of the year. The best eight ( 8 ) scores from ten ( 10 ) shows out of the fifteen (15 ) nominated championship shows will determine the result of the competition.

Dogs/Bitches the ten ( 10 ) best scores from the nominated fifteen ( 15 ) championship shows will determine the result for the competition of:


 

1. Show Dog/Bitch of the year - The Huxtable Memorial Trophy 
2. Show Dog of the year 
3. Show Bitch of the year 
4. Junior Dog/Bitch of the year 

In the event of a tied score, a count back system will be used to determine the result. the highest number of Best of Breed wins, Runner-up Best of Breed wins, Challenges or Reserve Challenges ect until we havce a result.
Only those dogs owned by financial members of the Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc will be eligible for inclusion in the competition.

Method of scoring.


 

Best of Breed 10 points
Runner-up Best of Breed 9 Points
Challenge 7 points
Challenge and Best Opposite 8 Points
Reserve Challenge 5 Points
Reserve Challenge and Best Opposite 6 Points
1st in Class  3 Points
2nd in Class 2 Points
3rd in Class 1 Point
Opposite in Class 4 Points
If only 1 entry in class and no Opposite 2 Points




The club secretary  keeps records of all pointscore shows and publishes results in the club newsletter.
Announcement
and presentation of trophies takes place in December each year.

Should a lapse of membership occur, any scores gained during the lapsed period of membership will be ineligible for inclusion in the club competition.


Obedience  Dog/Bitch of the year.

The perpetual trophy is restricted to financial members of the Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc.

Should a lapse of membership occur, any scores gained during the lapsed period of membership will be ineligible for inclusion in the competition.

Only dogs owned by financial members will be eligible for inclusion in the competition.

Two ( 2 ) qualifying cards from each trial will be eligible.

No more than three  ( 3 ) cards can be submitted from the same judge in any one competition.

Novice obedience results are limited to the three ( 3 ) qualifying trials which gave the dog it's companion Dog Title.

The duration of the competition will be from January 1st each year up to and including the last pointscore show in November each year.

All qualifying score cards to be submitted to the clubs secretary by the 30th November of each calendar year.

Photocopies of score cards will be accepted.

All score cards will be returned to the competitor.










 







 






 

WEIMARANER CLUB NATIONAL TOP 20

12 best results of All Shows held in Australia only

between 1st January 2019 and 31st December 2019.

  • Important clarification it is up to exhibitors to send their best 12 results to the Show Secretary by the 31 December 2019.
  • If you miss this deadline you will not be part of the Top 20.

Category

Points

 

BEST IN SHOW (All Breeds)

25 maximum

As per ANKC Regulations

RU BEST IN SHOW

(All Breeds)

15

Always 10 points less than  BIS for RUBIS

BEST IN GROUP

25

Whatever points are allocated for BIG eg 18 points

RU BEST IN GROUP

15

Will always be 10 points less than BIG as per ANKC ruling eg less 10 points from 18 point BIG would be 8 points.

BEST OF BREED

Whatever points allocated

25 points maximum

RU BEST OF BREED

One Point Less than BOB

 

BEST IN WEIMARANER SPECIALTY SHOW

Whatever Points are allocated

Eg 25 points for BISS

RUBISS WEIMARANER SPECIALTY ONLY

One Point Less than BISS

Eg 24 points for RUBISS

 

  • The Top 20 Weimaraners will be invited in writing to the Top 20 competition by the Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc.
  • It is up to exhibitors to send their best 12 results to the Show Secretary by the 31 December 2019.
  • The winner and runner up will be announced on the night.
  • All qualifiers will be presented with a certificate of qualification and a garland.
  • No results will be announced prior to the night.
  • Qualifiers will be presented in the ring in no particular order.
  • Dogs under 6 months of age ineligible.
  • Weimaraner Club of NSW Inc Show Secretary/Secretary can confirm points with Secretary of the club nominated by the entrant. However it is up to the entrant to supply paperwork as below.
  • In the case of a tie, a Countback for the most BIS, if still a tie most BIG, if still a tie most RUBIG, if still a tie most BOB.
     
  • BOB and Challenge Certificates must be supplied by the entrant to verify BOB’s and CC’s. If a RCC is RUBOB then a copy of the relevant entries in Catalogue to verify the amount of points to be allocated. Photos can be taken of the catalogue and emailed to Show Secretary. It is up to the entrant to provide proof of the amount of points they have been awarded on the day. By way of BOB/Challenge Certificates.
  • All entrants must Email to: divani@bigpond.com
  • All decisions will be final, no correspondence will entered into.