International Race- and coursingregulations.

FCI regulations for International Sighthound races and Lure coursing Events. 

Via This link you will come to the FCI international regulations for coursing and running. From Chapter 3 page 19 it is about the coursing. Chapter 5.1 page 32 contains the requirements for the title “Champion International de Course” and at 5.2 you can find the requirements for the title “FCI Beauty and Performance Champion”/”Champion international de Beauté et Performance” (C.I.B.P.).


There are additional requirements for France Per 1-1-2016. To be able to run in France and to take part in the coursings, a few additional things have to be arranged from 1-1-2016 onwards. One must fill out a form (Formulaire_enregistrement_etranger) and mail it together with a copy of the pedigree to the SCC (French Kennel Club), this is for the registration of the dog (s) and must be done per dog; This is once. Furthermore there is a form (Assurance a 2016) with which one requests the insurance for the dog (s) per year, there can be several dogs on 1 form. Because it is an insurance, there are costs associated with it. The first dog is free, every next dog costs €3,-and there comes €10,-administration costs.  This form is to be sent to a French (ren-coursing) club that regulates everything. Normally this is done to the club where you want to run the first game this year. This club will receive French licences, with which one can participate in racing and/or coursing all year round.


  Below you will find the Dutch translation.


FCI International Ren-en coursing regulations

Approved by the FCI board in February 2018. The changes in bold and italic effect on May 1, 2018. Translation from English. In the case of interpretation differences, the English version is binding.

1. General rules

1.1 Purpose of the rules of Procedure purpose of these rules is to standardize the components of Greyhound Stadium races and coursings within the F.C.I. it contains compulsory arrangements for all member national organisations. 1.2 Animal protection during Ren and Coursingevenementen, the safety and health of the animals must always be at the forefront of officials and participants. Therefore the protection of the animals must always be paid attention. Therefore, it is the dog owner at all times free to decide to withdraw his dog from the track or Coursingwedstrijd. If the veterinarian determines that the health of the dog is endangered if the animal participates even longer in the Ren or coursing, the jury is obliged to exclude a dog from further participation. The organizer prepares a vet for the competition. The vet must be present throughout the race and ready to intervene. It is recommended that the explanations concerning the veterinarian’s task as defined in annex 7.4 be observed. Dogs, under 2 years and over 6 years of age, must be checked by the vet for the second course if the distance exceeds 600 metres. The wearing of a muzzle is obligatory for all varieties. Collars must be removed before the start. 1.3 Approval, determination of dates, tariffs 1.3.1 Indication “international Greyhound Stadium running” and the designation “International windhondencoursing” may be used only for competitions, for which the date and place at the national Organisation of the country in which the competition takes place are requested and for which the FCI/CdL has given its consent. 1.3.2 refusal of an application the application for a competition may be F.C.I. by the Be refused if: 1. The date is already allowed for another organization; 2. By the applicant National organisation no guarantee can be given for an impeccable settlement of the competition. 1.4 Admission, starting Power 1.4.1 Admission In principle All Greyhound Stadium races (Group 10) are permitted. A friendly match must be organized for dogs that have the size indicated under 1.4.2, the national organisations must find a solution so that these dogs can participate in greyhound stadium competitions. Varieties of Group 5 (limited to Pharaohond, Cirneco Dell’Etna, Podenco Ibicenco and Podenco Canario) may participate in international Ren and Coursingwedstrijden and championships, but cannot receive a CACIL qualification. 1.4.2 starting power The following requirements apply to the starting power of greyhounds: 1. The dog must be registered in a studbook or register which is acknowledged by the F.C.I. 2. The dog must have a valid license. 3. Minimum age: For Whippets and Italian Hounds and Cirneco Dell’Etna: 15 months, for all other varieties: 18 months. 4. Maximum age: Until the end of the Ren/Coursingseizoen in which the eighth year of life is completed. 5. Registration under the name of the owner as stated on the license. 6. The owner must be a member of a national organisation, affiliated with the F.C.I. 7. The appearance of the dog must not have been artificially altered (e.g. The natural fur should not be cut. 8. The maximum height is for whippets: 51 cm for the males, 48 cm for the bitches. The maximum height of a Whippet sprinter is limited to 5 cm. Above the maximum height of the Whippets as prescribed by the FCIstandaard Nr. 162. 9. The maximum height of the shoulder is for Italian greyhounds: 38 cm. The maximum height of an Italian greyhound-sprinter is limited to 3 cm. Above the maximum height of the Italian wind Dog as directed by the FCI standard Nr. 200. 1.5 Altitude measurement of Whippets and Italian greyhounds Whippets and Italian wind dogs can be measured from the age of at least 12 months. All dogs must be remeasured before the start of the Ren/coursingseizoen following the completion of the second year of life. The result of this measurement is final, must be quoted in the license and must be respected by all national organisations. If the owner does not offer his dog for this (second) measurement, the validity of the license expires and must be withdrawn by the responsible national Organisation. The measuring of the shoulder height can only be carried out and confirmed by a commission appointed by the National organisation of the country in which the owner has his legal residence, and only by qualified Which should follow the following procedure: 1. The dog must be properly identified. 2. The age of the dog to be measured must meet the above-stated. 3. The dog must be calm when measured. The animal must be of sufficient size on a plane and a rough platform or table. The dog must be put down with natural corners of the legs and with the head in natural position (the throat at roughly the same height as the shoulder points). The surroundings must be quiet, without an excessive number of people/dogs. 4. After measurements 1, 3 and 5, the dog must be walked through the space. The dog is brought by his owner or by someone else designated by the owner. The measuring person may correct the position of the dog provided that the owner/handler gives permission to do so. 5. The measurement can be performed when the dog is in correct position. The dog is measured on the withers or on the thorn protrusion of the first vertebra, if it is higher than the schouderblad buds. Should it be impossible to put the dog in correct position, the measurement must be stopped and declared invalid. If the measurement is stopped at the owner’s/handler’s initiative then he/she accepts that the result of the measurement is stated as being above the limit. 6. The measuring port is of rigid material and can be equipped with an electronic sensor. It has two legs so the size is accurate and easy to set. 7. The national organisation appoints the members of the Measuring Committee and a secretary for the fixation of the results. The Measuring Committee and the Secretary are not allowed to measure their own dog (s) or their breeding products. 8. The measuring committee consists of two meters and a secretary for reporting. The meters measure in turns. The Secretary has the supervision and notes the results. 9. The dog must be measured six times. The most common size is quoted on the dog’s paper. If, after six measurement, 3 results above and 3 results are obtained below the maximum permissible size, a seventh measurement must be carried out and recorded as a definitive result. 10. Only someone authorized by the national organisation of the country in which the owner has his or her legal residence or a sub-organization connected to that national organisation may have the final result on the paper (license card) of the dog Capture. The national organisation must be a member of the F.C.I. 1.5.1 control measurements Whippets and Italian wind dogs These measurements can be taken by a national organisation on the following occasions: 1. On a CACIL ren or coursing for all Whippets and Italian greyhounds registered for that race. 2. At a FCI championship, under the supervision of the CdL delegate. Because this control takes place under unusual circumstances-at a racecourse or Coursingterrein and in the presence of many other dogs-a tolerance of 1 centimeter must be allowed. The starting license of a dog that is measured at a control measurement higher than the limit for that variety and as mentioned in 1.4.2 Sub. 8 or 9, is immediately invalid. The national organisation of the country where the owner has his/her legal domicile is obliged to change the starting license according to the result of the control measurement. 1.5.2 Protest regarding The measure if a national organisation submits a protest regarding the The size of a Whippet or an Italian wind dog, at the F.C.I. A new additional measurement must be performed. The protesting national organization paid 500 euro to the F.C.I. To make the protest valid. If the protest is right, this amount will be paid back and the national organisation of the owner of the dog concerned must pay the protest amount. The measurement takes place in the country where the owner is legally established, and is carried out by a delegate of the CdL of another country and designated by the President of the CdL. The CdL delegate must measure according to the procedure described in section 1.5. The responsible national organisation organises the protest measurement within three months in consultation with the appropriate CdL delegate. If the owner of the dog refuses to allow the dog to participate in the protest measure, the dog’s license is immediately withdrawn. The dog can only recover its licence after a remeasurement (according to the protest against the measure) has been carried out. If the national organisation does not meet its obligations, they will lose the guarantee granted by the FCI on dates for Cacil competitions during the two-year period. The license of the dog concerned will automatically be void from the first day following the expiry of the 3-month period. The dog can only recover his license after the remeasurement has been performed. The result of the protest measurement is reported to all CdL members and listed in the dog’s license as well as in the database. The result of the protest measurement is final and cannot be disputed again by means of a subsequent protest against the measure. The costs of the designated CdL delegate and the owner of the dog concerned shall be reimbursed up to a maximum of 500 euro by: a. The national organization that carried out the measurement in case the protest is confirmed B. The deposit in case the protest is rejected. In the event that there is money left, it is returned to the national organisation that submitted the protest. 1.5.3 Database The results of all measurements shall be forwarded to the Chairman and Secretary of the CdL. The Secretary of the CdL keeps a database with all the results of each measurement. The database contains results of all (control) measurements done by the national organisations. This database must be seen prior to a monitoring measurement. Dogs, which are already registered in this database after they are subject to a control measurement during a FCI Championship (1.5.1 Sub. 2), will not be measured again. IMG_2484 Copy 1.6 License Cards 1.6.1 information on license card A license is issued by the national organisation of the country where the owner is officially established. It must contain the following information: Race, sex, dog name, studbook number, date of birth and if possible tattoo or chip number, name and correct address of the owner. At Whippets and Italian greyhounds the height size must be indicated. 1.6.2 License Requirements A valid license for Greyhound Stadium racing or coursings can only be issued by the responsible national organisation if it is proven that the dog does not attack other dogs and chases the prey with them. If in a country, recognised by the F.C.I., there is no racecourse or coursingaktiviteit, the obligations to obtain a licence may be carried out in another country. 1.7 Announcement of Competitions 1.7.1 information in announcements the following information must appear in the notice:

  • Organizer, place, date, start time of the match and the time when the licenses can be returned.
  • Name of the Ren or Coursingleider.
  • Registration fees.
  • Kind of contest.
  • Prices to be issued and the time at which the award ceremony is scheduled.
  • Closing date of the registration.
  • Exclusion of liability according to section 1.11.
  • Doping regulations (see also item 1.10 doping).
  • Information about the racecourse (length, shape, curves radius, type of tread, type of hare technique).
  • System time measurement.
  • Description of the organisational form as indicated in § 2.1.

1.7.2 Registration form must be accompanied by a registration form. This must match the model as specified in § 7.1. 1.8 Absence of dogs and officials 1.8.1 absence of dogs before the start of the competition must be notified to the organising body which of the registered dogs will be absent. The registration fee is in any case obligatory. IMG_32921.8.2 absence of officials the officials, designated for a competition, are obliged to report any problem to the organising body before the start of the competition. Early departures are only allowed after the competition has been informed and with the permission of the Ren or Coursingleider. 1.9 Rejection and disqualification 1.9.1 reasons for rejection the Keur Masters may disqualify or reject dogs for the day which: 1. Stop during the ren of course.   2. That should be encouraged to start running or to run over the finish by calling, gestures, whistling or other acts. 1.9.2 reasons for disqualification the Keur masters must disqualify dogs that: 1. Other dogs attack or try to attack, 2. Want to escape, 3. Hinder the progress of the Ren of course. Attacking dogs are dogs that do not focus their attention on the art hare but attack other dogs or try to attack them to prevent them from chasing the hare normally. The immediate defensive response to the attack is allowed. If a dog makes a body contact during the Ren/course, without fighting the design, in order to gain a better view of the hare, it should not be regarded as disturbing. 1.9.3 A disqualification the disqualification must be clearly noted in the licence. After a second disqualification, the starting license must be withheld by the competition secretariat and sent within 3 days to the secretariat of the national organisation of the country where the owner is officially established. The following abbreviation must be used to record the disqualification: disqualification = DISQU. 1.9.4 exclusions after disqualification  1st disqu in a calendar year: Foreclosure for the day  2nd disqu in a calendar year: exclusion for 4 weeks  3rd disqu in a calendar year: Exclusion for 8 weeks a dog that is disqualified 4 times in two Consecutive years loses its license. He can recover his license by re-complying with the standard requirements for obtaining a license. However, if he loses this new license again after 4 disqualifications in two consecutive years, it is impossible to obtain a license again. IMG_2758 Copy1.9.5 misconduct by owners or handlers the Ren-or coursingleider has the right, in consultation with the Keur masters, anyone who does not follow the instructions of the officials, insults or behaves indecently, to exclude from the running contest . The organizing association must report these events to its national organisation and to the national organisation of the country where the owner/handler is officially established. 1.10 Doping 1.10.1 General Doping certificate All types of stimulants are prohibited. For each Ren and coursingwedstrijd, doping checks may be carried out. If an owner registers a dog for a competition, the owner agrees that the dog can be checked for doping. These doping checks shall be carried out in accordance with the national rules of the national organisation of the country in which the competition is held. The national organisation carrying out the doping control is obliged to inform the owner of the dog and all other national organisations, member of the FCI Commission, of the outcome of the audit. The FCI international guidelines on doping in dogs approved by the FCI General Head board in July 2009 in Vienna must be respected. 1.10.2 doping control in competitions if there is a suspicion of doping, the contest officials may, in consultation with the vet, demand a doping check. The dog owner is obliged to make his pet available for this check. If the doping control is found positive, the owner is obliged to pay the costs. 1.10.3 doping Control at FCI Championships at World and European Championships track races and coursing is carrying out doping control compulsory. The procedure and details of the audit have been established and are carried out by the national organisation of the country where the competition takes place. If a national organisation does not act according to these requirements, then this national organisation is excluded for 2 years from the execution of CACILrennen and coursings. 1.10.4 penalties as doping is proven every national organization will impose penalties on the dog and its owner according to the doping regulations of the national Organization. Other national organisations are obliged, in the case of a foreign dog owner, to carry out these penalties. National organisations which do not impose these sanctions will be excluded from organising CACIL and Coursingwedstrijden for two years. The Commission will submit a proposal to the FCI board when this exclusion starts and ends. 1.11 Disclaimer of Liability Neither the organizer nor the officials can be held liable for injuries to the dog owners, the dogs or the officials. This rejection of liability also applies in the case of an escaped dog. The owner of a dog is not liable if his dog injures another dog while walking a ren or coursing. In All other cases, the dog owner is fully liable for his pet. 1.12 Litigation A Judge decision is final and no objection can be filed. 1.13 Ethics officials 1.13.1 integrity all officials must show a high degree of integrity. All participants must be treated equally and with sufficient respect. Giving unfair preferences to dogs is forbidden (e.g. Tactically favoring).   Officials (judges of arrival, turn commissioners) whose dogs take part in a Ren/course may not be in office during the run of that class/gender, they must be replaced and stay on the premises what for participants Accessible. 1.13.2 Alcohol, drugs etc. It is forbidden for officials to use any form of drug (not prescribed by a doctor) or to consume alcoholic beverages from 6 hours before the start of the competition and during the competition. 1.13.3 general behaviour all officials must behave in a friendly but steadfast manner to the participants. Officials must have a thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations. 1.14 Humane first Aid at FCI Ren and Coursingwedstrijden are often hundreds of people present in places that are difficult to reach for the emergency services. It is therefore highly recommended that first aid tools are available at the location where the event takes place. The following guidelines can be held: please contact the nearest hospital and notify the event.  Please contact the nearest emergency service and inform them of the event.  Place a first aid post at the location, if possible in cooperation with the emergency service in the region.  The personnel of the first aid post must have the right qualifications, for example doctors, nurses, etc.  The first aid post must be close to the competition secretariat.  The first aid post must be clearly indicated, for example by means of a red Cross flag or a similar indication.  The first aid post must always be manned during the event.  Inform all officials about the first aid post and where it stands.  Inform all participants about the first aid post and where it stands.

2. Renreglement

2.1 Method of construction and settlement of the competition the way in which a competition is built is determined by the organizer. The RENWEDSTRIJD consists of for running and finals. Any necessary intermediate running shall be considered as prerequisites. For every dog that participates in the final, two courses will be scheduled if necessary. A method to determine which dogs are in the finals depends on the order of arrival in the front run. Another way to determine which dogs are in the final is according to the Times walked in the run. This way can only be used as an automatic time observation guarantee stands for the times of all the finishing dogs in all for running. In all cases, the time measurement begins immediately when the Starthok is opened. 2.2 Number of dogs, distribution varieties, separated by gender and program 2.2.1 numbers of dogs and classification of courses 1. Minimum number of registered per race 6 Dogs 2. Minimum Number of dogs per course 3 Dogs 3. Maximum number of participating dogs per course: running without obstacles 6 dogs-racing with obstacles 4 dogs 2.2.2 separated per genus Divorced males-bitches if at least 6 dogs are registered per race and per gender, males and females are separated. If less than 6 dogs are registered for a sex, males and females are mixed. Separated by class if the deregistration indicates that the races take place separated by classes, males and females may be mixed in the same class, irrespective of the number of dogs registered. However, this must be stated in the deregistration. IMG_29292.2.3 Renprogramma The Renprogramma is compiled by the organizer. The dogs must be classified for the different courses without favouring and to best know. The dogs from different countries are distributed evenly over the courses. It should be avoided that the fastest dogs run in the same course. Dogs of the same owner may not be classified in the same course of the first run, if possible. In determining the finalists by means of run times, up to 4 dogs can participate in each course. Wide runners dogs designated by their national organization as wide runners are to be treated as such. The behavior of the wide runner during a course must be constantly watched in order to determine whether the dog (still) meets the requirements for this special status. 2.3 List of officials-duties of the officials 1. Keur Masters 2. Renleider 3. Jury of arrival 4. Time observers 5. Turn Commissioners 6. Starters 7. Hare Technique 8. Veterinarian 2.3.1 Keur Masters The Judges/jury is the highest authority of the competition. It ensures the enforcement of the renreglement and controls the progress of the competition. Their decisions are binding in case of discussion or doubt. The jury consists of 3 qualified judges. If possible, they must come from different countries. The conditions for inviting foreign electoral masters are described in Appendix 7.6. 2.3.2 Renleider De Renleider is responsible for all technical and organisational matters.  During the competition he takes decisions about all questions in the technical and organisational field.  The Renleider is the contact between the Keur masters and the participants. 2.3.3 Jury of arrival the jury of arrival must, if possible, be composed internationally; She decides on the order of arrival of the dogs. The nose point of the dogs is decisive for the order of arrival on the finish line. The conditions for inviting foreign jurors are described in Appendix 7.6. 2.3.4 time observers the organizer appoints the time observer and determines the manner in which the time is measured. To determine the arrival time is the nose point of the dog decisive. The time measurement begins when the Starthok is opened. 2.3.5 Bend Commissioners The organizer appoints at least four bending commissioners, who must have a turn of commissioner or Keurmeesterskaart. The renleider designates the sectors for the bend Commissioners. They have the task to follow the courses accurately and to report to the Keur masters all irregularities and infringements of the renreglement, which take place at the racecourse, immediately after the relevant course. Of judge decisions, which are not in accordance with the view of a turn Commissioner, the reasons must be explained to the bend Commissioner. The conditions for inviting turn commissioners are described in Appendix 7.6. 2.3.6 Starters owners/handlers have to wait with their dog in the paddock and are obliged to go to the start on time. Check the starters before placing the Dogs: 1. The start Pens, 2. The correct arrangement of the dogs for the different lofts, 3. The muzzles are properly applied. These must comply with the F.C.I. Approved model (see Appendix 7.3). 4. Whether every dog in the paddock has a good collar that he keeps up to the start. Puncture bands, slip lines or strangle straps are prohibited, 5. Whether the rendekken are properly fitted and comply with the F.C.I. The model and colour set (see Appendix 7.2). 6. Blinders are not allowed. The control at the Starthok checks whether the placing of the dogs takes place smoothly but not unnecessarily hurry. IMG_28642.3.7 Haas Techniek The Hare technician receives his instructions from the Renleider. The hare must be at a steady distance from PLM. 20 meters for the Kophond are propelled. In the event of a faulty start, the hare must be shut down immediately provided that he is still on the first half of the straight piece before the Starthok. 2.3.8 Veterinarian The organizer must ensure that a veterinarian is present. It must be present and deployable throughout the race. It is advisable to pay attention to the indications in appendix 7.44 concerning the tasks of the veterinarian. 2.4 Renafstanden, dimensions of the racecourse and specifications for the requirements of the racecourse, see Appendix 7.5 2.4.1 Distances for different races the Renafstanden are measured at a distance from the binnenafrastering of the racecourse. They are set as follows: from 250 to 500 meters for Whippets and Italian wind dogs from 250 to 900 meters for all other varieties. 2.4.2 distances in relation to the age of the dogs for renafstanden longer than 525 meters, the participating dogs must have been 2 years old on 1 January of the current year and not older than 6 years. In this long renafstanden, the dogs must be under constant control of a veterinarian. 2.4.3 Hare over the finish line after the finish line, the artificial prey must be propelled at least 30 meters at the same speed as during the match. 2.4.4 Status of Racecourses all racecourses on which international Renwedstrijden are held must have an A or B status (see Appendix 7.5), granted by the national organisation. 2.4.5 inspection of the job by the inspectors the Inspectors have the right to inspect the job prior to the competition. The inspection shall be carried out to determine whether the information provided by the organizer is accurate, especially with a view to the safety of the dogs. 2.5 Renmateriaal The organizer is obliged to have Renmateriaal and spare material available, which is in perfect condition and functions well. 1. The hare technique must meet the following requirements: a) to be able to rapidly boost speed; b) respond directly to change of speed; c) have sufficient spare capacity. 2. The bobbins should not be painted in a light colour and not shine. 3. The hare must be made of a light hazenvel, about 40 cm long or of similar material. If it is rainy or damp weather, an artificial hare can be used from plastic or cloth. 4. The minimum sizes of the starting pens are as follows: a) length 110 cm, height 84 cm, width 28 cm.   b The space between the lofts must be at least 10 cm.   c The inner walls must be smooth without nipples.   d The soil must be rough and at the same level as the grass or the sand track.   E The valve must not reflect and the dogs have a good view of the hare; The valve must be constructed in such a way that it is excluded that the dogs are injured. 2.6 Overflows of courses 2.6.1 reasons for overflowing only the electoral masters have the right to decide to go over a course. The reasons for a restart are: 1. The Kophond de Haase is approached less than 10 metres, or more than 30 metres away, or when the course is disturbed by the fact that the hare is too far above the ground; 2. The artificial hare after the finish line less than 30 meters at the same speed is pulled or stops less than 30 meters after the finish line; 3. The Starthok does not function properly; 4. The hare on the road comes to a halt; 5. The bend commissioners or the Keur Masters have detected a serious disruption of the course. Falling dogs are not considered disruptive. 2.6.2 exceptions for overflowing In Some, very clear cases, the Keur Masters may save the leading dogs an overflow, provided that: 1. Their position was absolutely indisputable. 2. The dogs have travelled at least half of the distance to be run; 3. The regular course of the competition remains guaranteed. The dogs concerned will be placed in the order in which they were located before the disturbance occurred. 2.6.3 reboots and time between courses may take place immediately if all the dogs in the course concerned have walked less than half of the distance to be taken, otherwise a rest period must be charged. The time between two courses in which the same dog takes part must be: at least 30 minutes at a renafstand less than 525 meters, at least 60 minutes at a Renafstand greater than 525 meters. At Renafstanden larger than 525 meters the dogs are allowed to run a maximum of two courses per day. Overflowing on the same day are prohibited.

3. Coursingreglement

3.1 List of officials – task of the officials 1. Keur Masters 2. Coursingleider 3. Field observers 4. Starter 5. Hare Technician 6. VeterinariaI. Dana R Ealasaid W 5n 3.1.1 Keur masters The Keur masters are the highest authority of the contest. They ensure the enforcement of the rules and monitor the progress of the competition. Their decisions are binding in case of discussion or doubt. In the case of technical problems, they must consult the Coursingleider. Before the start of the competition, the Keur masters ensure that the requirements in § 3.2, § 3.3, § 3.4 and § 3.6 are met and that the health of the dogs is ensured. International competitions are assessed by at least 2 Judge Masters who must have a licence. At competitions where a CACIL is believed, one of the Keur masters must come from another FCI country. The conditions for inviting foreign jurors are described in Appendix 7.6. 3.1.2 Coursingleider The Coursingleider must be a specialist with experience. He/she is responsible for the technical execution and the entire organisation of the competition. The Coursingleider regulates all technical and organisational matters. He/she takes decisions at technical or organisational bottlenecks during the competition. 3.1.3 The starter at the start checks the starter: 1. The owner/handler keeps his dog quiet and takes him to the start on time. 2. The dogs are in the right starting position. 3. The muzzles, which must comply with a model approved by the FCI (Appendix 7.3), are well applied. 4. The Rendek/Sheena is correctly applied. 3.1.4 de Haas Technician and Technical affairs The Hare technician receives his instructions from the Coursingleider and the Keur masters. The position of the Hare machine must be such that the Hare technician has a good overview of the entire course. The Hare technician must draw the hare at a correct distance for the dogs. Preferably a distance of 10 to 15 meters. This requires good craftsmanship and excludes an inexperienced Hare technician. The Hare technician, together with the Keur Masters, has to ensure a good size and quality of the hare (see also 3.6) throughout the entire competition. 3.1.5 restrictions for officials officials, whose dogs participate in the competition, should not exercise their function during the course of the race (as mixed-run word) or the sex (if run separately), they must be replaced. 3.2 Directives concerning Terrain, soil conditions and trail length 3.2.1 Terrain A large pasture approaches the most ideal coursingterrein. A slightly undulating or slightly hilly terrain is also ideal. Some clumps or some trees are desired, provided they do not pose a danger to the dogs. 3.2.2 Soil level The field must not be too smooth and must not contain any stones or holes. Some natural obstacles are strongly desired but not obligatory. They must be clearly visible from the perspective of the dogs at 30 meters distance, especially in the case of reductions in the soil. The length of the grass must not exceed about 10 cm. 3.2.3 Trail Length The length of the trail must be: from 400 to 700 meters for Whippets, Italian wind dogs and Cirneco dell ‘ Etna, from 500 to 1000 meters for all other varieties 3.3 distance between the bobbins the distance between the bobbins is of the largest Appropriate to the conditions and increases in the terrain. 3.4 Structure of the route in view of the great physical effort requested by the dog’s coursing, the entire course must be well-organised and free of danger. The route must be changed for the second circulation. It is advisable to further disassemble the bobbins and make larger curves for the larger varieties compared to the route for the smaller races. Both courses must contain curves and straight pieces so that the dogs can show their coursingcapaciteiten. The line of the hare must be placed in such a way that the dogs cannot get caught or injured. The use of a closed system (on the ground running with an endless line) must be clearly stated in the deregistration. 3.5 The start 3.5.1 Rendekken the dogs run in pairs and are released at the same time. The one runs with a red deck, the other with a white deck. Coloured collars Instead of decks are not allowed. text, characters or other attributes that are typical are not allowed on the decks. For cover description, see Appendix 7.2. 3.5.2 Odd number of dogs enrolled in an odd number of registered dogs, if possible, the organizer will try to find an accompanying dog to avoid a solo course. A non-participating dog with license is acceptable. 3.6 Coursingmateriaal The organizer is obliged to convince himself that all the Coursingmateriaal is in perfect condition so that it works without problems. The Coursingleider must ensure good quality for sufficient spare material so that the race can be finished smoothly. The recommended spare material for important components must be at least 100% per course. The hare mechanism must meet the following requirements:IMG_3315 1. Be able to quickly boost speed, 2. Respond directly to change of speed, 3. Have sufficient spare capacity, 4. The hare can be made of light coloured hazenvel or plastic strips. The length must not be less than 40 cm. Throughout the race. 5. The bobbins should not be painted in a light colour and not shine. 3.7 Approving judges must assess the dogs on the basis of five criteria (see below). The maximum number of points per criterion is 20 points. Greyhounds that have not received at least 50% of the maximum score in the first circulation may not participate in the second circulation. Other assessment systems are not allowed on international competitions. Two overflows have to be walked, the points of both outlets are added together. If there is no possibility for a second circulation, the result is determined by the points obtained in the first circulation. If two or more participating dogs have reached an equal number of points (assuming two walking outlets), the dog with the higher number of points in the second circulation in the final result gets the higher placement. Should this result still be the same, then the higher number of points in the second circulation should be looked at in the upper position, in the following order: 3.7.1 agility, then 3.7.2 speed, then 3.7.3 condition, then 3.7.4 follow, then 3.7.5 Enthusiasm. 3.7.1 Agility The agility of a greyhound can be assessed to: 1. His rapid twists, provoked by the movements of the Hare, 2. The way he takes the obstacles, 3. Haas packing, particularly by a sliding catching of the prey, 4. Dogs that are able to perform directional changes quickly and efficiently are especially evident in the curves. Dogs that run without unnecessary movements in their thrust (often low, powerful and with a lot of power in each step). 3.7.2 speed the speed needed to catch a prey. Shown by the speed at which land is herded when dogs at the start react to the surprising departure of the Hare. During the entire course the dog has to show speed and especially when he grabs the hare. Speed is evident through the pace of movements and progress of the dog. The judge should reward the dog who runs low, stretches well and chases the hare. Because the time is not measured to measure the speed, the way in which the dog behaves is of significance for the assessment of its ability. By the Judge masters the absolute speed is not assessed because the speed of a greyhound has to be compared with that of his opponents. When assessing the speed should be taken into account the breed characteristics. Not all races reach the top speeds of others. A “Go-bye” can be made when the dog in second position is doing its utmost and catches up with his opponent. Overtaking always takes place between two consecutive bobbins. 3.7.3 conditIMG_1453ion A good condition of a greyhound can be noticed when he ends his race in good physical condition. It is a combination of physical and mental skills. A dog that runs the whole course offensively and does not show signs of fatigue, not even at the end, has a good condition. Follow 3.7.4 is the ability of a dog to follow the hare and always 100% attention to the hare. Good tracking is characterized by: 1. Following the hare during the whole course and trying to catch the hare. React quickly to the movements of the hare. 2. The exact following of the hare and the immediate attempt to make a “leap to kill” when he comes close to the hare. 3. Actively and offensively tries to catch the hare during the entire course. 4. Go behind the hare without questioning where the hare goes (course wise run). 3.7.5. Enthusiasm this is the spirit drift during the chase, regardless of the soil condition (rough or with obstacles) and whatever occurs as it is going through in curves, falling, and losing sight of the hare. The enthusiasm of a greyhound can be seen: 1. At the start: The dog is completely concentrated, the eyes of the dog are focused exclusively on the hare. 2. At the chase of the Hare: the sustained chase of the hare, forcing the Turner to ramp up the speed of the hare to avoid premature capture of the hare, the dog jumps neatly and without hesitation about an obstacle, he goes Hotfix back when the Hare is left behind. 3. When packing the Hare: At full speed, if the dog takes the hare already sliding, when attempting to catch the hare even if the opponent has caught the hare earlier. 3.8 Penalties only qualified jury members may impose penalties which must be in accordance with these rules. 3.8.1 punish a false start if the handler releases a dog prematurely or too late, due to tactical advantage, the Keur Masters may deduct 10% of the number of points obtained by the dog in that course. If an overflow of the same course takes place, this penalty expires. In case of a false start, the Keur masters can seek the advice of the starter 3.8.2 too late at the start if a dog is late at the start, he will be excluded for the rest of the day. 3.8.3 exclusion The jury may exclude a dog for the remainder of the day if: 1. He stays with his owner after the start signal or the match field leaves, 2. He does not follow the hare but his opponent, 3. He – in the opinion of the vet – has insufficient fitness for the competition.

4. Implementing rules for racing and coursing championships

4.1 The Application the FCI/CdL and the renvereniging or Coursingorganisatie determine, at the request of a country, where the title match will take place. The candidacy for a ren or COURSINGKAMPIOENSCHAP must be submitted in writing via the secretariat of the National Organisation. The candidate must guarantee a perfect settlement of the competition. FCI-Renkampioenschappen should always be held in the 1st or 2nd weekend of September. FCI-Coursingkampioenschappen should be held in the 2nd quarter of a year. 4.2 Species Renkampioenschappen A FCI championship is held every year: 

  • The FCI World Championship in even years
  • The FCI European Championship in odd years

4.3 titles to be attained are:

  • FCI world champion 20XX (eg. 2010)
  • FCI European champion 20XX (eg. 2011)

4.4 Types Coursingkampioenschappen The FCI may authorise each year the:

  • FCI-European Championships coursing

4.5 titles to be attained is:

  • FCI European coursing champion 20XX (eg. 2012)

4.6 Sprinter Match Titles The winner of this friendly match gets the title:

  • “CDL Sprinter winner run 2XXX” or
  • “CDL Sprinter winner coursing 2XXX”.

4.7 Organizer Championship matches can only be organized by a FCI member organization. Two years before the CdL the country and the place where the competition will be held. The concept of the text of the deregistration of the competition must be submitted to the CdL delegate for approval. This text can be passed on to the national organisations that are members of the FCI first after its approval. 4.7.1 Requirements in the Competition field the championship race can only be organised in areas that meet the basic requirements set out in § 2.4 and § 3.2 of these rules. 4.7.2 inspection of the terrain by FCI/CdL The CdL has the right to inspect the condition and condition of the racecourse and the Coursingterrein at any time between the date of ratification and that of the championship and may make changes and/or improvements Impose. 4.7.3 limitation of competitions on the date of a FCI championship are other international races or coursings not allowed. 4.8 Participation 4.8.1 Studbook required participation is open to all Greyhounds (group 10) included in the Studbook/appendix of the Studbook of a FCI member organisation or contract partner and for Greyhounds registered in the Studbook or annex Of the studbook of a non-FCI member organization with which the FCI has entered into a cooperation agreement for the mutual Recognition of tribal books (AKC, KC, CKC). This also applies to dogs imported from certain areas of origin of the varieties mentioned below, and which do not have a pedigree recognized by the FCI because there is no Kynologische organisation in these areas; The same applies to their descendants whose parents are included in the studbook/attachment of the Studbook (“Livre d’attente”) of the relevant FCI member or contract partner. Currently, this applies to varieties Azawakh and Saluki, as well as Sloughi’s from Algeria, Tunisia and Libya (Origin areas of this breed). This measure also applies to Sloughi’s bred by residents of Morocco who do not breed under the supervision/responsibility of their FCI member organisation, especially The Société Centrale Canine Marocaine, S.C.C.M. These dogs naturally do not get an export tree but a so-called. “Genealogy”. The main thing to participate in a championship (track racing or coursing) is that they are included in the appendix of the Studbook (“Livre d’attente”) of the relevant FCI country or partner. All Mediterranean varieties (Pharaoh Hound, Cirneco, Podenco Ibicenco and Podenco Canario) from Group 5 may also participate, but they are not eligible for a CACIL. 4.8.2 Required Ren and coursingresultaten for a FCI championship race, only dogs that have proven their results in the top of the competition may be registered. Each national organization designates the dogs which will be enrolled. In order to be able to participate, a greyhound must have completed the last two races or coursings before the closing date of the registration without disqualification. Disqualification between the closing date and the date of the championship closes participation. Dogs who are injured during the first course of a job or coursing and must be withdrawn on the advice of the veterinarian (proven by a written statement from the veterinarian concerned) are expected to successfully have run out. 4.8.3 qualification for FCI Championship qualifying competitions that have been run before the dog reaches the minimum age specified in § 1.4.2 are invalid. 4.8.4 change of owner if a dog gets another owner and moves to another country, the dog may not be registered for the starting list and represent the new country unless he is at least 6 months in the studbook/register of the new Country is registered. 4.9 Enrollment 4.9.1 sending enrolment form registration forms for a FCI championship may not be sent directly to the organizing authority by the dog owner, but may only be transmitted by the National organisation be submitted to the owner. 4.9.2 number of dogs per country  FCI European Championships coursing:

  • The maximum number of participants per race and sex is six dogs for each member. The examination prior to the competition must have been carried out a day earlier.

FCI European or World championships:

  • The maximum number of participants per race and gender shall be twelve dogs for each member. The title winner of the previous year may defend his title and may be added above the maximum number of participants allowed.

4.9.3 Reserve dogs Each country may register reserve dogs above the maximum number of participants as mentioned in § 4.9.2, so that the possibility is offered to replace a dog that loses from the team. There are no friendship races organized for spare dogs that cannot participate in Renkampioenschappen. 4.9.4 data on registration form and timetable the FCI Committee for Greyhounds makes a template available for this registration form. The national organizations must register their dogs in order of their performance, separated by race and gender. The registration form must mention the pedigree names of the dogs and all necessary data for the award of the CACIL as well as the names of the owners as they are on the Ren or coursinglicenties. These registration forms must be at the organizer at least three weeks before the competition. 4.10 Officials each country is obliged to submit to the organizer, together with the notifications, a list of proposed officials. However, the organizer appoints the Keur Masters and bend Commissioners. The organizer will confirm the names of the Keur Masters and bend commissioners at least 14 days before the championship is held to national organizations. See also paragraph 7.6. Keur Masters Get free food, camping and a daily allowance on the day they are in office. The amount of the grant is equal to the entry fee for the competition. 4.10.1 FCI/CdL delegates for championships for each ren or Coursingkampioenschap, the FCI/CdL appoints a delegate, who is responsible for the course of events throughout the competition, including the control of the programme. The delegate may, if necessary, ask for changes and take the final decision in special cases. In any difference of opinion, the Keur Masters must ask for his/her advice. The expenses of the delegate are reimbursed by the organizer. 4.10.2 officials at the running the jury must consist of three persons coming from at least two different countries, a reserve juror must also be designated. A photo Finish-judge will evaluate the images and confirm the result of each course. Likewise, the organizer must ensure that there are two bend commissioners of different nationality present in each sector of the racecourse. 4.10.3 Masters at coursing Coursingkampioenschappen must be evaluated by five judgers who come from at least three different countries. A reserve-judge must be likewise designated. In the 2nd circulation, the Dogs have to be judged by five other judges from three different countries. 4.11 Requirements for awarding titles 4.11.1 number of dogs, six or more as six dogs or more per sex and race start at a FCI championship, a title is awarded to both the winning male and the winning bitch. If a sex has less than six dogs at the start, the dogs are mixed and only one title is awarded. 4.11.2 number of dogs, less than six when a race starts less than six dogs, no title is given. However, in exceptional circumstances, the CdL delegate, together with the Keur Masters, may decide to grant the title. The prices announced must be awarded. 4.11.3 number of dogs, less than four a breed of which less than four dogs are at the start can not participate in the FCI-Kampioenschapwedstrijd. 4.12 Track Lengths Championshi171_7118ps 4.12.1 track length at running distances for FCI Championship: 

  • For Whippets, Italian greyhounds and Cirneco Dell’Etna: 350 – 365 meters 
  • For all other varieties 475 – 480 meters

Minor deviations from the above distances are allowed. 4.12.2 length of the race course at coursing distances for the FCI European Championships coursing: 

  • For Whippets and Italian wind dogs and Cirneco Dell’Etna: 600 – 800 meters 
  • For all other greyhound stadium varieties 800 – 1000 meters

Minor deviations from the above distances are allowed. 4.13 Prices 4.13.1 Certificates certificate for the title obtained (donated by the National organisation). 4.13.2 Eredekken Eredekken for the winners:

  • White: FCI-World Championships running 
  • Blue: FCI-European Championships run 
  • Red: FCI-European Championships coursing 
  • Green: CDL Sprinter winner Racing 2XXX or CDL sprinter winner coursing 2XXX.

4.13.3 finalists Ereprijzen for all finalists. 4.14 Entry fee The amount of the enrolment fees is determined by the CdL in euros. The registration fee must be paid to the organizer by each team leader. 4.15 team leader at the same time as the list of participants, the national organisation must disclose the name of the team leader. 1. During the entire event, the team leader is the representative of his/her national organisation and also the supervisor of his/her team. 2. He/she is responsible for transferring instructions from the organizer to his/her team members. 3. He/she is the intermediary between the individual dog owners in the team and the organizers. 4. Only the team leader has the right to speak to the organizer and ask questions, give suggestions, submit objections or pass on questions and complaints from his/her team. 5. He/she is responsible for giving advice and answering questions as well as for the discipline within his/her team. 6. If the presence of the dogs is known, he/she is responsible for the collection and control of the licenses (start license plus hondenpas) of the members of the team; The team leader hands it over to the competition secretariat. Participants must inform the team leader as soon as possible if they withdraw their dog (s). 4.16 Procedures The organizer is responsible for the presence of sufficient spare material to ensure a hassle-free match. Indispensable material must have 100% support. 4.16.1 qualification for the finals when running at FCI Renkampioenschappen, the finalists are determined in the following way: The dogs who qualified for the finals are selected according to the Times they have walked in the front run. Each dog, with the exception of greyhounds, must participate in at least two for walking, the final is then the third Ren. The fastest of the Times walked in the two for running is the time that will be used for qualifying for the final. For Greyhounds only one run is obligatory, the second is the owner’s choice. The dogs with the six fastest times run in the final. 4.16.2 qualification for the second circulation at coursing the assessment of the dogs must be done at all courses as prescribed in section 3.7 of this regulation. Dogs that do not receive at least 50% of the maximum number of points to be attained in the first circulation for no good reason may not participate in the second circulation. For the final ranking, the average, with a maximum of 2 decimal places, is calculated from the points of all five the Keur masters. The dog with the highest points total is the winner. If two dogs have a same points total the procedure as described in 3.7 must be followed. 4.16.3 unnecessary coIMG_4374urses because caring for the welfare of the dogs must always be paramount, we must try not to let the dogs run unnecessarily. 4.16.4 large participation in a too large number of registrations, the organiser of a FCI championship can divide the races over three days. However, for each race, all races must run on the same day. 4.16.5 large participation coursing a large number of registrations allow the organiser of a FCI Coursingkampioenschap to divide the competition over three days. However, for each race the courses must be run on the same day. 4.16.6 time sighting system when running for time observation should be a system with “Photo Finish” available. This system must indicate the time for each dog coming over the finish line. The time observation system is installed by the organizer. 4.16.7 Reserve material time observation when running a backup time observation system must be present. Both systems must be in operation at the same time to produce a rash at any rate.

5. F.C.I. Titles

5.1 title “Champion International de Course”/CACIL-reglement 5.1.1 for which varieties this Regulation applies to greyhound stadium varieties from the FCI group 10, for which races and Coursings are organized under patronage of the FCI. 5.1.2 at which competitions this Regulation applies to international Ren and Coursingwedstrijden where a CACIL is attached and which have been requested by the national organizations and established by the FCI/CdL. 5.1.3 Requirements Champion title The title “Champion International de Course” is awarded by the FCI under the following conditions: A. From the age of 15 months for Whippets and Italian greyhounds and from 18 months for all other greyhound stadium varieties the dog must have at least three “Certificats d’Aptitude au Championnat International de Lévriers” (CACIL) or two CACIL and 2 Res. CACIL in two different countries (from two different national organizations-no’s). Exception: Because the following countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania and Russia organise no more than 2 CACIL races/coursings per year and are also far from Central Europe, the number of CACIL’s for these countries has been reduced to 2 CACIL’s and 2 Res. CACIL’s. B. These certificates (CACIL) are awarded to a dog who:-together with the registration for the competition has obtained a proof of at least “very good” obtained in an adult class at a CACIB exhibition. Without this required proof, the CACIL will be awarded to the next dog in the final ranking up to and including sixth place. -in the case of track running, the dog must be placed in the final and also within the first half of the final ranking. -in the case of coursing, the dog must be placed in the first half of the final ranking and have reached at least 75% of the maximum number of points to be achieved as set out in 3.7 of these rules. C. Between the first and the last CACIL/Res. CACIL must be a period of at least one year and one day. 5.1.4 Reserve-CACIL The Keur Masters can award the next placed dog with an exhibition qualification in this contest a reserve CACIL if the dog meets the requirements set in 5.1.3 B. The CACIL and Res-CACIL are awarded by the inspectors without checking whether the dog is included in a valid Studbook or has a complete pedigree. The Reserve CACIL (R-CACIL) is valid for obtaining the title “Champion International de course” if the dog that has received the CACIL is already “champion International de course”, or if the dog that has received the CACIL does not meet the stipulated in § 5.1.6. 5.1.5 Number of dogs started 1. If at least 6 dogs per sex are started per race, the CACIL may be given separately to males and females. 2. If there are less than 6 dogs per sex at the start, males and females fight together for a single CACIL. 3. If less than 6 dogs of a variety have been started, the CACIL is not awarded. 5.1.6 incomplete pedigCalhoun (2)ree to dogs whose ancestors are unknown or the pedigree is not complete, the nomination of the Keur Masters for a CACIL cannot be honored and transferred to the dog with the R-CACIL. 5.1.7 CACIL nominations The CACIL-nominations are forwarded by the respective national organisation to the FCI office. 5.1.8 attribution by the FCI the FCI ensures that it is acted in accordance with the rules of Procedure. If so, the CACIL’s nominated by the Electoral Masters shall be awarded. If not, the CACIL is not granted. 5.1.9 Final title The FCI awards the final title “Champion De Course”. 5.2 FCI Champion Beauty and performance (Champion International de Beauté et performance – C.I.B.P.) To achieve this title, a dog must meet the following requirements: 1. The dog must have two CACIB’s or one CACIB’s and two spare CACIB’s in at least two different countries (of two different No’s) and by at least two different keur masters. 2. The dog must have participated in at least three CACIL competitions (track races or coursings) and have won at least one CACIL or two Reserve CACIL’s. 3. Between the first and the last CACIB/Reserve CACIB must be a period of at least one year and one day.

6. Requirements for the Use dog class at FCI-International CACIB Exhibitions

In order to enroll a dog in the user class, the registration form must include a copy of the certificate issued on behalf of the FCI, confirming – by the Member State where the dog owner is officially established – that the dog has Meet the following requirements: 1. Proof that the dog has a valid coursing or renlicentie; 2. The proof that at least twice in international CACIL-races or-coursings has taken part during a period of at least one year plus one day, without disqualification.

  • Exception: Because in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia no more than 2 CACIL/coursings are held per year and these countries are far from central Europe, these countries can leave the national race/coursings Count in the participating number.

3. In both the races and the coursings, it must be proved that the dog has finished twice in the upper half of the rash. Results obtained in the veterans and sprinter classes are excluded. Extra for coursing: The dog has achieved at least 75% of the maximum points total, as laid down in § 3.7 of these rules.

7. Appendices

7.1 Registration Form a registration form can only be sent to the organizer by an organisation recognised by the national organisation. The following information must be sent to the organizer of a ren or coursingwedstrijd: 1. Details about the Contest place and date of the match 2. Dog identification: Dog name, race, gender, date of birth, license number, pedigree number, ID number (chip or tattoo), wide rider/outside starter 3.  Class (Run) 4. Identification of the owner: name, address, country, telephone number, fax, e-mail address 7.2 Description of the Rendekken the description below applies only to running; No. 1 red with white “1” No. 2 Blue with white “2” No. 3 White with Black “3” No. 4 Black with white “4” Nr. 5 Yellow with Black “5” No. 6 black and white striped with red “6” Stretch Renhesjes are also allowed. On red and white decks/gilets used for coursings, no numbers nor any other text or characters are allowed. 7.3 Description of the muzzle material: steel wire, or steel wire with plastic sheath alternative-material: plastic, in three sizes, for small varieties-in six sizes for large varieties. The American type of muzzle in leather or plastic is also allowed 7.4 task of the Vet 7.4.1 examination prior to the contest check of the vaccination booklet on the validity of the vaccinations, if this has not been done by the authorities. Prior to the competition, all registered dogs must undergo a general examination to check whether they are able to accomplish the competition. Dogs with poor condition must be refused. With respect to the dog’s health, only the veterinarian is empowered to decide whether a dog can participate in a contest. No appeal is possible against his decisions. The general investigation implies: 1. Research of the binding membranes.  If there is a clear conjunctivitis ignition, the temperature of the dog must also be included. 2. Checking the estrous cycle of the bitches; If the dog is looped she should not participate. 3. Control of the legs, with special attention to any injuries; 4. Any pain if the toe joints are bent and stretched; 5. Control of the corridor work; If lameness is found, more extensive research is needed. 7.4.2 supervision during the match day the duty veterinarian must be present during the entire Ren or coursingwedstrijd. He/she must have sufficient material to be able to perform adequately during the competition (first aid bandage, splints, equipment for control of heart and blood vessels). Since the participating dogs are supervised by the veterinarian in terms of their general condition, injuries, suspicion of doping, etc., the supervisors are obliged to exclude any dog that is not considered fit by the vet. The veterinarian has to look at each dog for each course and immediately point to any injuries. The dog concerned must be denied further participation. The veterinarian’s expenses are reimbursed by the organizer. The owner of the treated dog must only recharge the costs of individual treatments of his dog. 7.5 Dimensions and condition of racecourses/status of FCI-racecourses 7.5.1 definition of A-status racecourses suitable for national and international Renwedstrijden and for FCI-title races. 7.5.2 definition of B-status racecourses suitable for national and international Renwedstrijden, but not for FCI title races. 7.5.3 specification General 1. The tread must be perfectly prepared without any unevenness and must be free from foreign objects that endanger the dogs. 2. The tread must be fitted with dense grass, solid sand or grass with sanded curves. 3. It should be possible to walk over a distance of 345 to 390 meters, and from 475 to 480 meters including the required length of the first straight piece. 4. The starting pens must be so arranged that the dogs from the loft have a straight line of at least 40 meters in front of them. 5. The paddock must be separated from the racetrack, must be clean and suitable to prepare the dogs for the Ren. The dogs may not have a view of the racecourse if necessary by means of a secretion. 6. The spout after the finish line must have a length of 50 meters. Specification for a-status the radius of the curves must be at least 42 meters in both flat and elevated curves. Elevated curves means curves with at least 8% embankment. The minimum width of the racecourse is 6 meters on the straights, 8 meters in flat curves and 7 meters in elevated curves. Specification for B-Status the radius of the curves must be at least 40 meters in both flat and elevated curves. Elevated curves means curves with at least 8% embankment. The minimum width of the racecourse is 5 meters on the straights, 7 meters in the curves. 7.6 Approval of Keur Masters for all national and international competitions all the approvers who are invited to approve national or international competitions organised by a national organisation affiliated to the FCI ( FCI no) or by an association affiliated with a FCI no, must first of all have the approval of their FCI No. DSC_2547

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