How does my hound become a champion?

On this page you can finA Deerhound consists of curved lines.d what your hound needs to become, for example, ‘ Belgian Junior Champion ‘ or ‘ International Coursing Champion ‘. You also can find what he needs for entering in the Working class.

The below mentioned is specific for the Deerhound but in most countries  this counts for all dogs. In countries where they use separate rules for the sighthounds, it can also vary per breed (see Germany and France). Therefore, be sure to check the club website of your breed in the relevant country.

To become a champion, your hound must be given a minimum of an ‘Excellent’ to get a national or international point. Below the qualifications, which a judge can give on a show, with the explanation what the qualification entails.

The qualifications given by the judges must correspond to the following definitions:

EXCELLENT may only be awarded to a dog which comes very close to the ideal standard of the breed, which is presented in excellent condition, displays a harmonious, well-balanced temperament, is of high class and has excellent posture. Its superior characteristics in respect of its breed permit that minor imperfections can be ignored; it must however have the typical features of its sex.

VERY GOOD may only be awarded to a dog that possesses the typical features of its breed, which has well-balanced proportions and is in correct condition. A few minor faults may be tolerated. This award can only be granted to a dog that shows class.

GOOD is to be awarded to a dog that possesses the main features of its breed. The good points should outweigh the faults so that the dog can be considered a good representative of its breed.

SUFFICIENT should be awarded to a dog which corresponds adequately to its breed, without possessing the generally accepted characteristics or whose physical condition leaves a lot to be desired.

DISQUALIFIED must be awarded to a dog which does not correspond to the type required by the breed standard; which shows a behaviour clearly not in line with its standard or which behaves aggressively; which has testicular abnormalities; which has a jaw anomaly; which shows a colour or coat structure that is not according to the breed standard or clearly shows signs of albinism. This qualification shall also be awarded to dogs that correspond so little to a single feature of the breed that their health is threatened. It should furthermore be awarded to dogs that show disqualifying faults in regard to the breed standard. The reason why the dog was rated DISQUALIFIED has to be stated in the judge’s report.

Austrian champion; This title gets the hound who has won 4 CACA’s by 3 different judges. 2 CACA’s can also be obtained at a national or Club show. Between the first CACA and the latter must be at least 1 year.

Austrian Exhibition Champion; “Austrian Exhibition Champion with year” gets that hound who can present at least 5 exhibition results of international exhibitions within 1 year. The male or female with the highest number of points gets the title.

Austrian Junior Champion; For this, the hound needs 3 CACA’s with an excellent (Jugendbester CACA). 2 of these CACA’s must have been obtained in the youth class, 1 can be obtained in the Intermediate, Open or Working class under the age of 24 months and they must be awarded by at least 2 different judges.

Austrian Veteran Champion; The title “Austrian Veteran Champion” gets that veteran (in the veteran class) who has gotten the CACA 3 times with an excellent.

Österreichischer Kynologen Related: www.oekv.at

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Belgian Champion; 4 CAC’s of which at least 1 on a CAC-CACIB exhibition by 3 different judges. Between the first and last CAC there must be at least 1 year.

Belgian Junior Champion; After obtaining at least 2 times 1 Very Good and 1 time 1 Excellent in the youth class by 3 different judges.

Belgian Veteran Champion; After earning 4 times 1 Excellent in the veteran class by 3 different judges.

The results for the Youth- and Veteran Champion can be obtained at the following exhibitions: CAC exhibition, CAC-CACIB exhibition All races and Open exhibition for all races.

Calhoun 24-9-2011 photo of the vineyards Belgian Coursing Champion;

Grand Prix (GP) of Belgium

3.1.2.1 selection and participation conditions (running and coursing): § 1. Selection conditions: Participation in the GP of Belgium is reserved for the dogs (see art 2.1.2 § 1 and § 2):-who have a Belgian licence; -who have participated in at least 2 coursings in Belgium since the previous GP of Belgium and are listed in the final result (disqualification, hurt, withdrawn, excused, not around or through,… or any other result does not count as a valid Contest). § 2. A dog can only participate in the GP of Belgium if the dog was not disqualified in the 2 previous races at the GP of Belgium.

3.1.2.3 coursing § 1. The organizer:-should not limit the number of participants; – Can organize in addition to the championship a friendly contest (without award of CACBL). The championship takes precedence over the friendly coursing and it should not disturb the course of the championship. The organizer mentions this separately in the catalog and proposes judges by  itself for the friendly competition. The result is included in the work booklet, the participation in this friendly competition does not count towards the Belgian Cup. § 2. The GP will continue on a weekend, the date of which is determined by the General Assembly of the CRCB but cannot take place before the European or World championships and is preferably organised on the weekend that the neighbouring countries hold their championship. § 3. The title ‘ Belgian GP winner coursing + year ‘ is awarded by breed and gender to the winner of the competition irrespective of the number of participants. § 4. For sprinters of the breeds Italian Greyhound and Whippet a special coursing is held which does not entitle to mention on the pedigree. The winner per breed and gender regardless of the number of participants is classified as ‘ best Sprinter coursing + year ‘. § 5. The KMSH provides a special honorary prize and the CRCB provides a special honorary deck for the winners. § 6. Participation in the GP does not count towards the Belgian Cup. § 7. The winners of the GP and the best sprinter are directly selected for the European Championship of the following year.

Belgian Cup

3.1.3.2 coursing § 1. Conditions for inclusion in the classification: participation is limited to the sighthounds that are 1. Participate in 50% of the coursings organised in Belgium (not dependent on the number of subscriptions); 2. In the event of an odd number of coursings, the minimum participation is rounded up; 3. To collect points for the Belgian Cup, complete the coursing (1st and 2nd manche); 4. To accomplish the season with less than two serious penalties (excuse or disqualification). § 2. Coursingseason: The season before the championship starts on January 1st and ends on December 31st. § 3. Points count: 1. The distribution of this is as follows: The 1st gets 1 point, the 2nd 3 points, the 3rd 4 points, and so on. 2. The award of the points is separated for males and females. 3. The three best results of the season are taken to determine the final classification. In the case of points equality, the four best results are taken, and so the equality has been eliminated. 4. The title ‘ Belgian Coursing Cup + year ‘ is awarded per breed and per gender regardless of the number of classifications. § 4. The CRCB provides an honorary raceblanket for the winners.

Belgian Race Champion or Belgian Coursing Champion  (admission certificate to the Belgian Sighthound Championship)

1. These conditions apply to the sighthounds participating in competitions, run according to the rules of the FCI or the CRCB of the KMSH.

2. The CACBL can be obtained on a national or international race or coursing, organized in Belgium and to which the CACBL was awarded with the agreement of the KMSH. The title “Belgian Race Champion or Belgian Coursing Champion” is awarded by the KMSH if the following conditions are fulfilled: 1. The dog must have obtained at least-twice the CACBL or-once the CACBL and three times the Res CACBL  in the requested discipline and this at least  at 2 different associations. 2. Between the first CACBL or Res CACBL and the last must be at least 12 months. 3. The CACBL is awarded (from 2018) to the dog: a) of which, together with the registration of the competition, a proof is sent that the dog has at least the qualification ‘ very good ‘ obtained at a Belgian CAC or CACIB exhibition from the age of fifteen months (a statement signed by the judge in the work booklet is sufficient). b) Without this evidence, the CACBL will be awarded to the following classified dog up to and including the 6th graded dog:-On a race competition the dog must be listed in the final of the highest class and at the same time in the first half of the full classification. -At a coursing, the dog must have reached at least 75% of the points and at the same point are also listed in the first half of the full classification. c) Transition: for title applications with CACBL’s obtained for 1.1.2018, the proof that the dog has obtained at least the qualification ‘ very good ‘ on a Belgian CAC or CACIB exhibition from the age of fifteen months should be sent separately with the application for the championship title. 4. The Res CACBL is awarded to the following classified dog which satisfies the conditions mentioned under 3. The Res CACBL becomes a complete CACBL if the CACBL was granted to a dog that has already the title Belgian Race-or Coursing Champion. The owner has to apply for the conversion. 5. The Whippet Sprinter class and the Italian Greyhound Sprinter class are not eligible for the CACBL. 6. If there are at least three dogs per breed and per sex at the start, a CACBL may be granted per sex. If there are less than three dogs for one of the sexes at the start, the dogs are mixed and only one CACBL is awarded for the breed. If a race has less than three dogs at the start, the CACBL is not awarded. 7. For the dogs with unknown pedigree or with incomplete pedigree (less than 3 generations) proposed by the judges, the homologation of the CACBL cannot be accepted. The proposal to grant the CACBL is made without checking whether the conditions for registration in a studbook or the completeness of the generations have been met. The second placed dog will receive the RCACBL to the extent that the conditions laid down above are met. 8. The proposals for the CACBL and RCABL are submitted to the secretariat of the KMSH by the secretariat of the Organizing Association, within 2 weeks after the competition. 9. The KMSH verifies whether the conditions are met. It confirms the proposal of the judges to approve the certificate or refuses to do so. 10. The owner requests the title Belgian Race- or Coursing Champion using the Model form (available on the website of the CRCB) and makes this to the secretariat of the CRCB. After verification, the CRCB sends this advice to the secretariat of the KMSH. 11. The title «Belgian Race Champion» or «Belgian Coursing Champion» is definitively awarded by the KMSH. It is registered on the pedigree with the entry “Belgian Race Champion” or “Belgian Coursing Champion” + the Year of obtaining in 2 digits.

Commission Racing & Coursing België: www.crcb.info

Union Royale Cynologique Saint Hubert: www.srsh.be

Koninklijke Belgische Windhonden Club: www.kbwc.be

Benelux Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: it is awarded to every male and female, who has received the CACIB at a Benelux winner exhibition, provided the dog has obtained the qualification excellent.

Benelux Youth Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: it is awarded to the male and female, who is placed on a Benelux winner exhibition in the Youth class as number 1, provided the dog has obtained the qualification excellent.

Benelux veterans Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: it is awarded to the male and female, who is placed on a Benelux winner exhibition in the veteran class as number 1, provided the dog has obtained the qualification excellent.

Benelux Champion; it is awarded to the dog who has won three Benelux Winner titles, provided that these prices are obtained in the three Benelux countries, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, under at least three different judges.

Benelux Junior Champion; this is awarded to the dog who has won two Benelux youth Winner titles, provided that these prizes are obtained in the two of the three Benelux countries, being the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

Benelux Veteran Champion; this is awarded to the dog who has won two Benelux veteran Winner titles, provided that these prizes are obtained in the two of the three Benelux countries, being the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

Look for applications for the different Benelux titles; https://www.houdenvanhonden.nl/actief-met-je-hond/showen-met-je-hond/benelux-winner/

Bulgarian Champion; The title “Champion of Bulgaria”, gets the hound if he has won 4 CAC’s under 3 different judges and the last CAC must be 365 days after the first.

Grand Champion of Bulgaria; This title gets the hound when he is already “Champion of Bulgaria” and another CAC on a Bulgarian show.

Balkan Champion; This title gets the hound when he is already “Grand Champion of Bulgaria” and another CAC on a Bulgarian show.

Bulgarian Junior Champion; For this, the hound needs 2 JCAC’s under 2 different judges.

Junior Grand Champion of Bulgaria; This title gets the hound when he is already “Junior Champion of Bulgaria” and another JCAC on a Bulgarian show.

Junior Balkan Champion; This title gets the hound when he is already “Junior Grand Champion of Bulgaria” and another JCAC on a Bulgarian show.

Bulgarian Republican Federation of Cynology: www.brfk.org

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Czech Champion; 4 CAC’s of which 2 obtained on an International show, for at least 2 years and under 2 different judges.

Czech Veteran Champion; 3 times 1 Excellent in the veteran class of which at least 1 at an snternational Show under 2 different judges.

Czech Junior Champion; 3 times 1 Excellent in the age of 9 to 24 months, 2 of which can be obtained in the youth class and 1 in the Open -, Working -, Intermediate – or Winner’s class under 2 different judges.

Czech Grand Champion; The hound has to be Czech Champion and then 3 CAC’s in the Champion class at International-(at least 1 CAC), National-, Club- or Specialty shows under at least 2 different judges.

Czech Working Champion; 3 times the CACT at Coursings which are listed as “Points Races” with the award of the CACT, in the National race calendar recognized by the CMKU.

Czech Racing/Coursing Champion; 2 times the CACT with at least 12 months in between and at a minimum age of 15 months at least 2 times a ‘Very Good’ achieved on a show under 2 different judges. 1 ‘Very Good’ must have been obtained for the second CACT.

Ceskomoravská Kynologická Union: www.cmku.cz

Coursing Regulations; Here a link to the International coursing regulations http://www.o-cockaigne.eu/?page_id=7112 and the National Race and Coursing regulations http://www.o-cockaigne.eu/?page_id=7210

Croatian Champion; The Hound needs 4 CAC-HR, 2 of which are earned on an international show under at least 3 different judges.

Croatian Veterans Champion; For this, the hound needs 3 Veterans Dog Winner titles, given by 2 different judges.

Hrvatski Kinoloski Savez: www.hks.hr

Cyprus Champion of Beauty; 3 CAC’s by 3 different judges on 3 different shows. A foreign hound with a champion title, who is entered in the champion class and gets the CAC, is equal “Cyprus Champion”.

Cyprus Junior Champion of Beauty; 3 times 1 Excellent in the Youth class.

Multi Champion of Cyprus; The Hound must already be “Cyprus Champion” and then 5 CAC’s on 5 shows under 5 different judges.

Grand Champion of Cyprus; The Hound must already be “Cyprus Champion” and then 8 CAC’s on 8 shows under 8 different judges.

Cyprus Kennel Club: www.cypruskennelclub.net

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Danish champion; There are 2 ways to become “Danish Champion”;

A: The hound must have 3 CAC ‘s under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B: The hound only needs 1 CAC if he already has a national championship (e.g. Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Danish Coursing Champion; To become “Danish Lure Coursing Champion”, the hound must have one of the following:

2 Danish lure coursing certificates or 1 certificate and the title National Lure Coursing Champion in another FCI country, the hound should also have achieved at least a qualify “Very good” at a FCI Show.

Dansk Kennel Klub: www.dansk-kennel-klub.dk

Dutch Champion; The title “Dutch Champion” is awarded to the hound who has achieved 4 CAC’s, provided the last CAC is obtained on or after the day on which the hound reached the age of 27 months, or

A – if the hound has already achieved 4 or more CAC’s before reaching this age, after reaching that age 1 reserve CAC has been obtained, and

B – the required CAC’s are given by at least 2 judges.

A CAC won at a Winner Show or at a Championship club match counts for 2 CAC’s. This can only be applied once for the same hound. A reserve CAC obtained at a Championship club match, with the CAC double counting, counts for 1 CAC. 4 or more reserve CAC’s count for 1 CAC.

Dutch Junior Champion; The title “Dutch Junior Champion” is given to the hound who has achieved 3 times a first place with “excellent” in the youth class, by at least 2 different judges. The title “Dutch Junior Champion” delivers 1 CAC.

Dutch Veteran Champion; The title “Dutch Veteran Champion” is awarded to the male, or the bitch who in the veteran class has achieved 3 times a first place with “excellent” by at least 2 different judges. The title Dutch Veteran Champion delivers 1 CAC.

Winner; The title “Winner” and “Winster”, followed by the year in which the title was obtained, are awarded to be the best male and the best bitch, provided that the hound has obtained the qualification “excellent” at a Winner Show.

Junior Winner; The title “Junior Winner” and “Junior Winster”, followed by the year in which the title was obtained, is awarded to the male and the bitch, who are placed on a Winner Show in the Junior class as number 1 with the qualification “excellent”.

Veteran Winner; The title “Veteran Winner” and “Veteran Winster”, followed by the year in which the title was obtained, is awarded to the male and the bitch, who are placed on a Winner Show in the Veteran class as number 1 with the qualification “excellent”.

Dutch Coursing Champion; The title “Coursing Champion with year” is awarded to the hound who won the championshipcoursing regulated by the Commission in the year in question, provided that the hound at the time of the coursing has a minimum age of 24 months for the large breeds and a minimum age of 18 months for the Whippet and the Italian Greyhound. The title is not awarded when not at least four hounds participated. If a course has at least four males and four females, separate titles are awarded for both sexes.

Dutch Beauty and Performance Champion; A CACNL is awarded to the hound, which is placed first on a CACNL-coursing in the Netherlands,  provided the hound has reached a minimum of 2/3 of the maximum points and at least 2 hounds participated. The CACNL per sex can be given for the participation of 3 hounds per sex. In addition, the hound must have obtained the qualification excellent for obtaining a first CACNL or Reserve CACNL at the minimum age of 15 months at a CAC exhibition or Championship Clubmatch. Proof of the show qualification must be submitted before registration. The title “Dutch Beauty and Performance Champion ” is awarded to the hound who has obtained two Dutch CACNL cards at different associations. In addition, the conditions apply, that:

A – there must be at least 1 year and 1 day between obtaining the first and second CACNL

B – the hound once achieved an excellent at a Championship Clubmatch or Sighthound CAC show at the age of at least 15 months and twice a CAC at a show organized in the Netherlands where two reserve CACs can be counted as one whole CAC once.

The above should be obtained from 2 different judges. There must be a period of at least 1 year and 1 day between the first and the last qualification. The Reserve CACNL is valid for obtaining the title “Dutch Beauty and Performance Champion ” if the dog, which has received the CACNL, has already the title “Dutch Beauty and Performance Champion”, or if the dog that received the CACNL is not satisfies the special conditions laid down by the Commission.

Raad van Beheer op Kynologisch Gebied in Nederland: https://www.houdenvanhonden.nl/

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English Champion; “English Champion” will be your hound when he collects 3 Challenge certificates under 3 different judges at Championship Shows. 1 of these cc’s must be taken after the age of 12 months.

The Kennel Club: www.thekennelclub.org.uk 

Estonian Champion; For this, the hound needs 3 CAC’s or 2 JUN-CAC’s and 2 CAC’s of different judges or the hound is already “Estonia’s Junior Champion” and then has to earn 1 CAC. 1 CAC must have been obtained after 24 months. The hound who already has a championship from another country, only needs 1 CAC to get the title.

Estonian Junior Champion; 3 Junior Certificates (JUN-CAC) by 3 different judges. The hound who already has a junior championship from another country, only needs 1 JUN-CAC to get the title.

Estonian Veteran Champion; The hound should be 3 times “best veteran of breed” or “Best veteran Opposite Sex” under 3 different judges. A foreign veteran champion has to get one “best veteran of breed” or “Best veteran Opposite Sex” for the title and this also applies to a hound who is already “Estonian champion”.

Baltic Champion; The hound, who is Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, gets the title “Baltic Champion”.

Baltic Junior Champion; The hound who is Junior Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, is entitled “Baltic Junior Champion”.

Baltic Veteran Champion; The hound who is Veteran Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, gets the title “Baltic Veteran Champion”.

Estonian Lure Coursing Champion; For this title the hound must obtain 5 Lure coursing certificates (M-CAC) but only 4 can be collected in 1 year. The hound who has already won a Lure coursing Championship title abroad, only has to obtain 1 M-CAC to get the title “Estonia’s Lure Coursing Champion”.

Eesti KENNELLIIT: www.kennelliit.ee

European Coursing Champion; This title gets that hound that during the European Championship Coursing finishes as the best of minimum 6 to the start appearing hounds. If there are 6 or more per sex, the title is given both to the best male and to the best bitch. For the exact regulations, see the International coursing regulations (under Coursingreglementen).

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Finnish Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Finnish Champion”;

A: The hound must obtain 3 CAC ‘s under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B: The hound only needs 1 CAC if he already has a national championship (e.g. Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Suomen Kennelliitto-Fairman Kennelklubben: www.kennelliito.fi

French Champion; This is one of the most difficult titles to achieve. The hound must obtain:

A – 1 CACS at the French Championship Show (usually Paris) or 1 CACS at the Club Show (N.E.) or two reserve CACS’s at the French Championship Show (mostly Paris) or the club show (N.E.)

B – 1 CACS on a breed Specialty Show

C – 1 CACS on an International Show

D – Successfully pass a character test organized by the R.A.L.I.E. Or a TAN (Natural Aptitude test/hunting Passion test) or a CSAU (Certificate of Sociability and Aptitude to Work).

The CACS’s B. and C. must have been obtained within 2 years of the CACS of the French Championship Show, otherwise the results achieved will lapse. The CACS’s must be given by 3 different judges of which 1 must be a French judge.

French Coursing Champion; For this title the hound must achieve:

A – 1 CACP during the French Coursing Championship or a CACT during a PVL special of your breed.

B – 1 Excellent (= at least 35 pnt.) during a épreuve special.

C – 1 CACP.

All this under 3 different jury members. And the hound must have at least one ‘Very Good’ achieved at a French exhibition.

For the Deerhound: www.ralie.fr

Société Centrale Canine pour l’Amélioration des races de chiens and France: www.scc.asso.fr

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German Champion (VDH); “VDH Champion” becomes the hound after submission of 5 ‘Anwartschaften’ achieves in a time period of at least 12 months under 3 different judges. 3 ‘Anwartschaften’ must be obtained at international or national exhibitions.

German Champion (DWZRV); For this, the hound needs 4 CAC’s under 3 different judges at DWZRV shows and/or DWZRV Special-shows during a CACIB exhibition or national VDH exhibition.

German Junior and Veteran Champion (VDH); For these titles, the hound must be placed 3 times first (and the Junior dog with an excellent) under 2 different judges at international or national exhibitions.

German Junior Champion (DWZRV); For this, the hound must have achieved 3 JCAC’s with at least an excellent at DWZRV- shows or DWZRV Special-shows during a CACIB exhibition or national VDH exhibition under at least 2 different judges.

German Veteran Champion (DWZRV); For this title, your veteran must have a 3 VCAC’s under 2 different judges at DWZRV shows or DWZRV Special-shows during a CACIB exhibition or national VDH exhibition.

DWZRV shows are all the exhibitions of the DWZRV, only for the breeds from group 10 and by the VDH approved varieties from group 5.

DWZRV Special-shows are those exhibitions of the VDH, on which the DWZRV provides his show for its sighthound breeds and by the VDH recognized attached breeds from Group 5.

German Coursing Champion; Coursing Champion DWZRV; For this title the hound needs 4 CACC’s which in a period of more than 1 year have to be obtained at Leistungscoursings. A CACC gets that hound who has an excellent from an adult class in his license and must be stamped by someone from the DWZRV. In addition, the hound must have received at least 80% of the number of points to be obtained during the coursings.

DWZRV-Sieger; For this title one must be a member of the DWZRV. During the year there are 2 DWZRV-Sieger Shows and 2 DWZRV-Sieger coursings and races. In order to qualify for the title, the hound must take part in at least 1 show and 1 coursing/racing, and you must have at least an excellent from a show. If there are more than 3 hounds per gender, the title is given separately. The hound with the highest number of points gets the title.

Verband für das Deutsche Hundewesen: www.vdh.de

Deutscher Windhundzucht und Rennverband: www.dwzrv.de

Georgian Champion; The title “Champion of Georgia” becomes that hound who got 3 CAC’s by different judges. If the hound is already a national champion, he only needs 1 CAC.

Junior Champion of Georgia; 2 JCAC’s of 2 different judges. If the hound is already a national junior champion, he only needs 1 JCAC.

Grand Champion of Georgia; If the hound is already a champion he must win 2 times the champion class with a “Class Winner” Certificate of 2 different judges on 2 different shows.

Federation Cynologique de Géorgie www.fcg.ge

Gibraltar Champion; For this, the hound needs 2 GCC’s of 2 different judges.

Gibraltar Kennel Club: www.gkc.gi.

Greek Champion; To become “Greek champion”, the hound needs 3 CAC ‘s under 3 different judges.

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Hungarian Junior Champion; The hound has to win 3 times the Youth class under 2 different judges.

Hungarian Veteran Champion; 3 CAC’s in the veteran class under 2 different judges and at least 1 CAC at an international or a Club show.

Hungarian Grand Champion; The hound must win 4 CAC’s in the Champion class, with 1 year and 1 day between the first and the last and under 3 different judges. The hound must be already Hungarian champion.

Hungarian Derby Winner; This title gets the hound who gets BOB on the Big Show in Budapest.

Hungarian Kennel Club: www.kennelclub.hu

 

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The “Real Sociedad Canina de España” (RSCE) and the “Clube Português de Canicultura” (CPC) have been agreed to enter the “Iberia Championship”, “Campeonato Ibérico” per 2014. This title will be officially approved by both and can be obtained by any dog registered with a Kennel Club connected to the FCI.

Iberian Champion: to “Iberia Champion” (Ch. IB), the dog must obtain 2 CACIB’s, 1 CACIB in each country at a Championship Qualifier International Show under 2 different judges.

Iberian Junior Champion; to “Iberia Junior Champion” (JCh. IB), the dog must achieve 2 CCJ’s, 1 CCJ in each country (RSCE and CPC) at a Championship Qualifier International Show under 2 different judges.

Irish Champion; To become “Irish Champion”, the hound has to reach 7 Green Stars, by 7 different judges at IKC Championship Shows. 1 of these Green Stars must be obtained after an age of 15 months.

Irish Junior Champion; “Irish Junior Champion” will be the hound by being placed 5 times first with an excellent at Championship Shows.

Irish Annual Champion; This title gets the male or female who won the highest number of Green Stars (more than 5) for one year. There are two hounds with the equal number of Green Stars then the title goes to the hound with most BOB’s.

Irish Kennel Club: www.ikc.ie

International Champion; The title “International Champion” is awarded to the hound who has obtained 4 CACIB’s, provided that:

A – these prizes are obtained in at least 3 different countries under at least 3 different judges, and

B – the last CACIB at least 12 months after attaining the first CACIB and

C – the relevant hound is registered in the studbook and therefore possesses a complete three-generation pedigree.

International Coursing Champion; The title “Champion International de Course” assigns the FCI to the hound who satisfies the following;

A – from the age of 15 months for Whippets and Italian Greyhounds and 18 months for the other sighthound breeds, the hound must have achieved at least 3 CACIL’s or 2 CACIL’s and 2 reserve CACIL’s in 2 difCaintha 8.5 Years Youngferent countries.

B – these CACIL’s are only given to the winner (of the breed) of an international coursing that is recognized by the FCI, if the hound has achieved at least 2/3 of the number of points to be obtained and if at least 6 hounds were at the start.

C – the period between the first and the last CACIL/reserve CACIL must be at least 1 year and 1 day.

D – the title “Champion International de Course” is only given to a hound of 15 months or older, which got at an international CACIB show, at least a ‘ Very Good ‘ in an adult class (open, intermediate, working or champion class, not the Veteran class).

International Champion of Beauty and Performance; “Champion International de Beauté et Performance” is awarded by the FCI. The hound must have obtained three CACIB’s or 2 CACIB’s and 2 reserve CACIB’s in at least 2 different countries under at least 2 different judges. The period between the first (reserve) CACIB and the latter must be at least 1 year and 1 day. The hound must at least have taken part in 3 CACIL events (coursing or running) and have won at least 1 CACIL or 2 reserve CACIL’s.

Fédération Cynologique Internationale:  www.fci.be

Italian Champion; For this, the hound needs: 4 CAC’s of which at least 2 of an international show and 2 CAC’s of a specialty (Mostra special) or Club show (Raduno) by 5 different judges.

Italian Coursing Champion; 4 CACL’s for males and 3 CACL’s for bitches of 3 different judges in 3 different fields. The last CACL must have been obtained 365 days after the first CACL. In addition, the hound must have achieved a ‘Very Good’ at a Club Show or Specialty.

Italian ‘Beauty and Performance Champion’ (Campione Assolte); Becomes the hound with the titles “Italian Beauty Champion” and “Italian Coursing Champion”.

Ente Nazionale della Cinofilia Italiana: www.enci.it

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Luxemburg Champion; The Hound can get this title by;

A – 2 CACL’s from 2 International exhibitions of the FCL to be attained under 2 different judges.

B – 1 CACL, from an International exhibition of the FCL in combination with 1 CACL of a Club Special sponsored by the FCL, under 2 different judges.

C – 1 CACL from an International exhibition of the FCL in the champion class.

Luxemburg Junior Champion; The title Luxemburg Junior Champion gets the number 1 hound placed in the junior class.

Fédération Cynologique Luxembourgeoise: www.uchl.lu

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Moroccan Champion; For this, the hound needs 3 CAC’s of 3 different judges.

Société Centrale Canine Marocaine: www.chiensdumaroc.org

Moldova Champion; The title “Champion of Moldova” gets the hound;

A – when he earnes 4 times a CAC at a UChM’s exhibition over 1 year and 1 day under 4 different keur judges.

B – 3 CAC’s – 2 CAC’s on a double international CACIB show + 1 CAC on a CAC show.

C – 2 CAC’s won on a CACIB show.

D – on a “National Championship” the best male and the best bitch get the title “Champion of Moldova”.

Moldova Youth Champion;

A – 2 Junior CAC’s on a double international CACIB show.

B – on a “National Championship”, the best youth male and best youth bitch will be entitled Champion of Moldova.

Then there is also the title “Grand Champion of Moldova”, which gets the hound after repeating the title “Champion of Moldova” and the title “Super Grand Champion of Moldova” gets the hound who repeats this again.

Uniunea Chinologica Din Moldava (UChM): www.fci.md

Monaco Champion; The title “Champion of Monaco” gets the hound awarded after he has achieved 2 CAC’s under 2 different judges over 2 years.

Société Canine de Monaco: www.monacokennelclub.com/

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Norwegian Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Norwegian champion”;

A – the hound must earn 3 CAC ‘s under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B – the hound only needs 1 CAC if he already has a national championship (e.g. Dutch champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Hounds who are disqualified 3 times on a show because of fearful or aggressive behaviour, may never be shown again!

Nordic Champion; The hound who is a national champion in 3 different countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland or Denmark), gets the title “Nordic Champion”.

Norsk Kennel Klub: www.nkk.no

 

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Polish champi0n; For the title “Polish Show Champion”, the hound must achieve 3 CWC’s under 3 different judges, at least one of these CWC’s must be at an international or Club show. Between the first and the last CWC must be at least 6 months.

Polish Junior Champion; For this the hound has to get 3 times 1 excellent by 3 different judges. At least one of these excellents has to be achieved at an international or Club show.

Zwiazek Kynologiczny w Polsce: www.zkwp.pl

Portuguese Show Champion; The hound has to get 3 CAC’s at a national or international show in Portugal and 1 CAC-QC on a Championship Qualifier show or the show of the breed club. Furthermore, the hound must have obtained the qualification excellent in one of the mandatory classes during the Championship qualifier Shows in Porto or Lisbon and during the official breed Club Championship qualifier Show.

Portuguese National Beauty Champion; This title is given to the hound who has obtained 4 CAC ‘ss under at least 3 different judges.

Portuguese Grand Champion; For this, the hound should win 6 CAC’s at Portuguese shows, of which at least 3 on an international show, with 2 of the CAC’s to be won on a championship qualifier shows or 1 of the CAC’s must have been won on an international Championship qualifier Show and the other during the official breed Club Championship Qualifier show. The dog must already be in possession of the title of Portuguese National Beauty Champion.

Portuguese Junior Champion; The hound has to win 4 times the Junior CAC with the qualification excellent by 3 different judges.

Clube Portugés de Canicultura: www.cpc.pt

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Romanian Champion; becomes that hound who earns 3 CAC’s under 3 different judges over a period of more than 7 months. 1 CAC must be earned on a CACIB show, 1 CAC must be earned at a national or Club show, 1 CAC must be earned on a Championship show and a maximum qualification must be obtained during a club show (if there is no club show than on a CACIB or national National show). If the Hound is already a champion in another country, then 1 CACIB is sufficient. He can also become “Romanian Champion” when he takes the CACIB on an Open show organized annually with a CACIB show.

Romanian Champion Cum Laude;  This title gets the hound when he is already “Romanian Champion” and subsequently obtained 2 CACL’s from the champion class.

Romanian Junior Champion; 2 CACJ’s of 2 different judges of which 1 CACJ achieved during a CACIB show. He can also get the title when he becomes “Best Junior” during the Open show which is organized annually with a CACIB show.

Romanian Veteran Champion; This title can only be given to the hound if he is already “Romanian Champion” and then 2 CACV’s obtained in the veteran class.

Asociatia Chinologica Romana: www.ach.ro

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Slovenian Grand Champion (Gr. Ch. Slo); Can be awarded to the dog who is already a Slovenian champion and has the following; 4 CAC SLO in Champion class + at least 3 CAC SLO earned on International shows + at least 1 CAC SLO must have been awarded with the BOB on an International show + at least 3 points must have been awarded by different judges.

Slovenian Champion (Ch. Slo.); 4 CAC SLO with at least 366 days between the first and the last CAC, at least 2 CAC SLO must have been earned at International shows, all 4 CAC SLO must have been earned under different judges.

Slovenian Junior Champion (Ch. J. Slo); 3 Junior Winner (PRM) at International or National Shows, at least 1 PRM must have been earned on an International show, all 3 must have been awarded by different judges, instead of 1 PRM 1 CAC Slo can also obtained in the intermediate class before the age of 24 months. The CAC SLO used in this way can no longer be used for the title CH Slo.

Veteran Champion of Slovenia (Ch. V. Slo); 3 qualifications Excellent 1 in the veteran class at National and International shows in Slovenia, at least 1 of which must have been achieved at an International Show, all three qualifications must be awarded by different judges or 1 qualification excellent 1 from a show in Slovenia in the veteran class for the dogs who are already Veteran Champion in their own country.

KINOLOŠKA ZVEZA SLOVENIJE http://www.kinoloska.si

Spanish Champion; For this title the hound needs 4 CAC’s of which 1 on an International show organized by the R.S.C.E. or another kennel club that works with the R.S.C.E. or 4 CAC’s of which 1 is obtained at a Club Show of the breed in question and where the CAC of the R.S.C.E. is awarded.

Spanish Junior cCampion; For this, the hound needs 3 C.C.J.s of which at least 1 achieved at an International show organized by the R.S.C.E. or obtained at a Club Show of the breed under 3 different judges.

Real Sociedad Central de Fomento de Razas Caninas and España: www.rsce.es

Swedish Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Swedish champion”;

A – the hound must get 3 CAC’s under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B – the hound only needs 1 CAC if he already has a National championship (e.g. Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Svenska Kennelklubben: www.skk.se

Swiss Champion; for “Swiss Beauty Champion”, the hound needs 4 CAC’s from at least 3 different judges and at least 2 International exhibitions. Between the first and last CAC must be 1 year and 1 day.

Swiss Junior Champion; for this, the hound needs 3 JCAC’s from at least 2 different judges of which 1 JCAC of an International show.

Swiss Veteran Champion; for this, the hound needs 3 VCAC’s from at least 2 different judges of which 1 VCAC from an International show.

Société Cynologique Suisse: www.skg.ch

Ukrainian Champion; For this title, the hound must obtain;

A – 6 CAC’s at CAC Exhibitions for 1 year and 1 day, awarded by 5 different judges, or

B – 3 CAC’s at CAC exhibitions and 1 CAC on a CACIB show for at least 1 year and 1 day by different judges, or

C – 3 CAC’s at CAC shows and 1 CAC at the double CACIB Show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”) for at least 6 months by several judges, or

D – 2 САС ‘s on a double CACIB Dog Show In Ukraine and 1 CAC at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”), or

E – 2 CAC’s at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal  Cup “).

Ukrainian Junior Champion; The title “JUNIOR CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” gets that hound that

A – achieves 3 JСАС ‘s  at CAC exhibitions in UKRAINE, or

B – gets 2 JСАС ‘s awarded at a double CACIB exhibition in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “UKRAINE”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and ” Crystal Cup “), or

C – gets 2 JСАС ‘s  awarded at a double CACIB exhibition in Ukraine and is already National Junior Champion is in his own country, or

D – gets 1 JCAC at an exhibition in Ukraine and 1 certificate of “Best Junior Dog” or “Best Junior Bitch ” from a ‘National Breed Championship’ in Kyiv.

The titleJunior Grand Champion of Ukraine is known with the same rules as “Junior Champion of Ukraine” to the hound who is already “Junior Champion of Ukraine”.

Ukrainian Veteran Champion; “VETERAN CHAMPION OF THE UKRAINE” becomes the hound by earning 2 times 1 excellent on a CAC show in Ukraine and 1 time 1 excellent on a CACIB Dog show in Ukraine by several judges.

“Champion of Ukranian Kennel Union”; (this title gives no right to come out in the Champion class) “CHAMPION OF UKRAINIAN KENNEL UNION” becomes that hound who won 2 САС ‘s and 2 САСIB’s at the double CACIB Dog Shows in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”).

“Grand Champion of Ukraine”; The title “GRAND CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” gets that hound who can proofs the following certificates: JCH + CH (4 times), or JCH + JGRCH + CH (3 times), or CH (5 times), or ЧК (Club Champion) + CH (3 times), or JCH + ЧК (Club Champion) + CH (2 times), or JCH + JGRCH + ЧК (Club Champion) + CH (1 time).

“BBB” (Best Representative of the Breed in Ukraine); The “BBB” goes to that hound who,

A – obtained 6 times BOB during a САС dog show in Ukraine for a period of 1 year and 1 day, awarded by at least 5 different judges,

B – obtained 3 times BOB at CАС dog shows in Ukraine + 1 BOB at a CACIB Dog show during a period of 1 year and 1 day, awarded by different judges,

C – obtained 3 BOB’s at a CАС dog Shows in Ukraine + 1 BOB at the double CACIB Dog show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”) for over more than 6 months, given by several judges,

D – 2 times BOB on a double dog show in Ukraine and 1 time BOB at the double CACIB dog show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”),

E – 2 BOB’s on the double CACIB dog show in Kyiv (in April-“Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December-“Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”).

“Super Grand Champion of Ukraine”; The title “SUPER GRAND CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” deserves that hound who has the titles GRCH and BBB. 1 САС = r. CAC + R. CACIB (achieved on one show).

Ukrainian Kennel Union: www.uku.com.ua

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Working Class; In order to enter in the “Working Class”, the registration form (of the show) must be accompanied by a copy of the certificate provided by the National Kennel Club in which is stated:

A – the proof of having a valid Race- or Coursing certificat.

B – the proof of participation at least 4 CACIL races or coursings over a period of more than 1 year and 1 day.

C – the proof of 2 placements in the upper half of the number of participants in these CACIL events, in which the hound must have achieved at least 75% of the number of points to be obtained.

World Champion; This is the title that the hound gets, male and female, who is given the CACIB during the World Exhibition (organized every year in another country).

Junior World Champion; This title is only for the winner of the Youth class, male and female, who also achieved an excellent during the World Exhibition.

 

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