OFFICIAL SHOW PREMIUM 2 ALL BREED Conformation Shows
(CKC AKC & Rarebreeds welcome)
(Each dog will receive a written critique)
Sanctioned Weight Pull
CMA Canine Good Citizen (CGC)
CMA Therapy Dog Testing (TDT) JANUARY 17 2004 Markham Fair Grounds
10801 Mc Cowan Road
Markham, Ontario, Canada
Jr Handling will begin at .Conformation will begin at
Weight Pull will begin after 2nd conformation Show
CGC & TDT will be evaluated throughout the day to accommodate.
Conformation-Ana Eugenia Vazquez from Salvador FCI sanctioned all breed judge
Peter Van Montfoort. From Holland FCI sanctioned group 2 judge
Altered Dave Eadie CKC OntarioCanada
Jr. Handling- Lisa Avery CKC OntarioCanada
Weight Pull- John Bonello CGC Jeanine Depalma
Conformation Classes Available (Split by sex except for Champions)
ELEMETARY PUPPY3-6 MONTHS
SENIOR PUPPY6-12 MONTHS
OPEN-18 MONTHS & OVER
ALTERED Classes for altered dogs will be offered as above
ELEMENTARY PUPPY class shall be for dogs at least 3 months of age on the first day of the show and under 6 months.
SENIOR PUPPY class shall be for dogs at least 6 months of age on the first day of the show and under 12 months.
JUNIOR OPEN class shall be for dogs at least 12 months of age on the first day of the show and under 18 months.
OPEN class shall be for all dogs 19 months and over.
CHAMPION class shall be for all dogs completing their championship with any recognized club.
Puppies/Altered- $25.00 Pre entry (20.00 US)$30.00 Day of Show (23.00 US)
Open/ Champions- $35.00Pre Entry (27.00 US)$40.00 day of show (31.00 US)
Weight Pull$ 25.00 (20.00 US)
CGC& TDI$25.00 (20.00 US)
Jr. Handling No cost
Bite Prevention Program -FREE Admission (C.M.A. Members take $5.00 off of each Conformation entry)
PRE-ENTRIES CLOSE: January 9th at
(conformation day of show entries will close at 9am Jan17th)
SHOW TIME TABLE
As much as possible the Clubs Events will commence as per the time listed in each premium. In the event there are Specialty Shows/events held in conjunction with a weekend of shows the times may have to be changed to allow for a smooth running of the shows/events. Where possible times will be published in the Premium List or at the Show Secretary's table at the show.
Attention Foreign Exhibitors.
Due to constantly fluctuating currency rates, it is in your best interest to pay entry fees in Canadian funds. To simplify the process we urge you to purchase bank drafts or money orders payable in Canadian Funds. We will except US currency at the current rates. Your understanding and co-operation is appreciated. Thank you.
ALL FEES PAYABLE TO: CANADIAN MOLOSSER ASSOCIATION
RETURN ALL ENTRY FORMS AND PAYMENTS TO: Canadian Molosser Association
C/O MaryAnn Nemisz
222-20 Bayswater Place
Entries can be paid by Pay pal, Cheque or Money order
Entries received without proper fee will not be accepted. No Entry will be accepted unless all particulars called for on the entry form are shown thereon. Make all cheques/money orders payable to the Canadian Molosser Association; the club can not assume responsibility for cash sent through the mail. Paypal is also available.
Entry fees shall NOT be refunded in the event a dog is absent, excused by Veterinarian or Judge, Disqualified, or Barred from competition by action of the club. If because of riots, civil disturbance or other acts beyond the control of the club, it is impossible to open or complete the show, no refund of entry fees will be made. The Canadian Molosser Association will use due care and diligence for the welfare of dogs and exhibitors but will not be responsible for or assume any liability in the event of an accident, or other misfortune, to either dogs, exhibitors or patrons.
In the event that a cheque payable for entry fees is returned NSF there will be a service charge of $20.00 per cheque, and cheques will no longer be accepted from that exhibitor. Exhibitors must abide by errors made in entering their dogs, regardless of how or by whom the entries were made. Change or cancellation of any entry after closing date and time is prohibited.
NO ENTRY FEES WILL BE RETURNED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE AND TIME.
Dogs may arrive any time prior to their scheduled time for judging. Dogs not required for further judging will be excused. Judges will not wait for any dog holding up a class. Owner/handlers are responsible for the presence of their dogs when their classes are called to be judged. Every effort will be made to accommodate our exhibitors should there be a conflict of judging, however should the conflict not be resolved the exhibitor shall be responsible to have their charges at ring side. Exhibitors are requested to keep the grooming area and crating areas clean and tidy. Dogs not being exhibited or groomed must be crated. If space is at premium exhibitors must remove private exercise pens if requested by the Club.
Any exhibitor tendering an NSF cheque for payment of entry fees will not be permitted to enter any other shows until all monies due to the club have been paid in full. At the present time our bank charges us $15.00 for processing. This provision to our shows includes any exhibitor who has shown with us in the past.
Through the generosity of the members and friends The Canadian Molosser Association will be presenting awards for the following award placements at each of these shows and trials.
Ribbons & Prizes Donated by Science Diet Best of Breed, Best of Opposite Sex, Best of Winners, Best Puppy in Breed, Winners Dog, Winners Bitch
Rossettes/Prizes- Donated by Science Diet Trophies- Donated by Carol Kell
Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show, Best Puppy in Show and Reserve Best Puppy in Show
JR. HANDLING Trophy donated by Martha Feltenstein
Weight pull sledDonated by Robert & Christina Riggers
Anyone wishing to donate trophies or prizes for breed can contact Mary Ann Nemisz613-547-8198 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Following will receive Certificates
Best of Breed
CGC qualifying score
We will also have vendors, concession stand, and a raffle at this show.
Canadian Molosser Association Executive board President Linda Young Roberts email@example.com
President - show committee Fabio Berlingieri firstname.lastname@example.org 905-859-5111
President - show committee Peter Muth email@example.com 519-442-1506
Working President Tony Palotta firstname.lastname@example.org
Working committee John Bonello email@example.com Paul Cipparone firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretaries Mary Ann Nemisz email@example.com 547-8198
Donna Deschambeau firstname.lastname@example.org 613-376-3271 Directors Robert Martin email@example.com Tom Moharmis firstname.lastname@example.org Tracy Muth email@example.com 519-442-1506
March 20th 2004
At Sportsman Show
For more information:
Please visit our website athttp://cma52.tripod.com/ OR Contact Linda Young Roberts905firstname.lastname@example.org or
Rules 1. Entry must be made on a special entry form as provided by The CMA and available from the Show Secretary and must include the following information: a)Date of event. b) Name, address, telephone number, date of birth, signature of Junior Handlers guardian c) Class entered, breed &number of dog to be handled.
2. A Junior Handler may compete with any dog , provided he/she has the consent of the owner or agent to do so, and has complete control of said dog
3. The Junior Handler will wear the armband number assigned .
4. If necessary, due to conflict, substitution of a dog will be allowed
5. Dogs being used in competition MUST BE OF APPROPRIATE SIZE AND TEMPERAMENT FOR THE JUNIOR HANDLER.Handlers who are unable to control their dogs will be excused..
(a) Junior Class This class is for handlers 7 years of age and up to and including 11 years of age on the day ofthe show
(b) Senior Class This Class is for handlers 12 years of age and up to but not including 18 years of age on the day of the show