National Ren and Coursingreglement.

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National Ren-en

Coursingreglement.

   

Version 15-03-2018

        Table of Contents Chapter I General Provisions……………………….………………………………. 3

Chapter II track running and materials (see also Appendix 1)……………………..…………….. 8 Title 3 matches……………………………………………………………………………… 14 Title 4 conditions for organizing………………………………………………. 19 Title 5 officials and Competition secretariat……………………………………………….. 25 Title 6 start licenses………………………..……………………………………………………. 32 Title 7 registration and admission……………………..………………………………….. 42 Title 8 course of business during the match…………………………………………….. 47 Article V 111.45 Doping………….……………………………………………………………………… 56 Chapter III Title 9 coursing……………………..……………………………………. 57 Chapter IV Penalties……………………..…………………………………………………….. 78 Chapter V Final provisions………………………….…………………………………. 81  

IMG_7381 Appendices, which are important for the coursing, can be found at the bottom.  Also be found under: http://www.cvw.nu/?page_id=39  

Chapter I General Provisions

General

Article I. 1 in this Regulation shall mean: Management Board: The Board of directors in the Netherlands in the Kynologisch field; B.      Commission: the Commission for the Greyhound Stadium racing referred to in article V. 21 of the Kynologisch regulations of the Management Board; C.      F.C.I.: the Fédération Cynologique internationale; D.      Kynologisch Rules of Procedure: The Kynologisch Regulations of the Management Board; E.      Greyhounds: All dogs belonging to a breed that, according to the Rasgroepindeling in the Netherlands, belongs to the group greyhounds; F.       Windhondenren Association: Any association affiliated to the Management Board which seeks to promote the interests of the Greyhound stadium racing; G.      Track competitions: All in the Netherlands at a Greyhound stadium racecourse to keep speed matches for greyhounds; H.      Coursingwedstrijden: All in the Netherlands on more or less open terrain to hold competitions for greyhounds; I.       Renseizoen: The period from 1 March to 1 December; J.       Course: One course of each other, at once started dogs; K.      Series: The Begincoursen, in which at a track race all dogs of one breed, possibly sex and class come out for the first time;   Rechance: The courses for the dogs that did not have a place in the semi-final or final;   Semifinal: The courses that are run to obtain a place in the final;   Final: The courses in which the winner of the competition is determined;   Puntencoursen: Courses where points are determined which dogs go to the finals;   Between course: equals semi-finals. L.       ren: The courses for dogs of one race and, where appropriate, distance, class and sex, held during a track race; M.     Circulation: The courses held during a coursingwedstrijd, the route being walked in one direction; N.      Competition: All races held in one or more subsequent days at one location, differentiated, together; O.      Classic competition: A competition that bears a special character and meets specific requirements of design and organisation as referred to in article III. 16. P. Organizer: The association that organizes a competition, distinguished the Board or the secretary of this association, or the Commission. Q.      Home Association: A Windhondenren Association as referred to in article I. 6. R.       Owner: Any person who is in the Dutch studbook position or, if the dog is not included in the Dutch studbook position, in a F.C.I. Recognised foreign studbook attitude as owner registered; S.       Handler: The owner or the person who is responsible for caring for the dog during the competition; T.       Starting License: The document referred to in articles VI. 1 and IX. 34 required to participate in competitions for greyhounds; U.      Hondenpas: The document referred to in article I. 4 intended for the purpose of drawing up the coursingprestaties and exhibition results; Q.      ' Tariff decision ' means the decision referred to in article XI. 1, which lays down the rates for amounts due to the Commission. W.     Renleider or Coursingleider: An intermediary designated by the association recognised as such by the Commission. Article I. 2 The corresponding appendices are part of these rules. Article I. 3 1.      The owner who registers his dog for a job contest or COURSINGWEDSTRIJD is responsible for the behaviour of that dog and for the actions and omissions of any person who has been expressly or tacitly involved in all or part of the dog. Charged. He is liable for all damages caused by himself or by the handler as well as by the dog both during the game itself and before and after. 2.      Neither the Commission nor the organizer or any officer acting on its behalf may be held liable for such damage. 3.      Notwithstanding the last sentence of the first paragraph, the owner cannot be addressed for the damage inflicted on his dog during a course or at the reception. Article I. 4 1.       Anyone who registers his dog for a job contest or coursingwedstrijd must be in possession of a hondenpas, in which coursingprestaties and exhibition results must be recorded. 2.      A hondenpas is available on request to the Commission for simultaneous payment of an amount to be determined at the rate decision. 3.      For both runway racing and coursing, a dog must be in possession of a separate hondenpas, in which the results can be recorded separately. Article I. IMG_41085 any person registering his dog for a job contest or coursingwedstrijd shall accept the operation of the Rules of Procedure and the Kynologisch regulations of the Management Board by that tender and be deemed to know the provisions thereof. He must be in possession of a copy of these rules. The secretariat of each Windhondenren Association and each competition secretariat must have at least two copies of these rules and the Kynologisch regulations. Article I. 6 1.   If an owner is a member of more than one Windhondenren association, then: A. The association that requests the Renlicentie for a dog of this owner is considered to be the Home Association for the renlicenties of all the dogs of this owner. B. The association that requests the Coursinglicentie for a dog of this owner is considered to be the Home Association for the coursinglicenties of all the dogs of this owner. Thus, an owner can have up to two home associations. 2.   An owner may only change his/her dogs from home Association if he submits a declaration to the new Home Association stating that he has fully complied with his financial obligations towards the previous Home association. Article I. 7 a member of a Windhondenren association may apply to the Commission only through the secretariat of that association. Article I. 8 1.   Windhondenren associations are not allowed to make their racecourse available or otherwise cooperate in the holding of competitions with greyhounds not organised by a member of the Board of Directors Windhondenren Association. 2.   The Commission may grant dispensation from the first paragraph.

The Commission and the Windhondenren Council

Article I. 9

In addition to the provisions of Title 3 of chapter V of the Kynologisch regulation, the following provisions shall apply to the Commission and to the Windhondenren Council. Article I. 10 1.   The Commission may appoint an acting Chairman from its centre. 2.   The Acting President has the right to attend the meetings of the core Committee. Article I. 11 The Commission shall meet as often as the president or the majority of the Commission considers necessary. Article I. 12 1.   Without prejudice to article V. 29 of the Kynologisch rules, the Commission shall be accountable to the Windhondenren Council on the policy pursued by it. For this purpose, a annual meeting of the Windhondenren Council shall be held at least once a year, namely before 1 May, at which meeting the financial report and the audit report referred to in article V. 27, second paragraph, of the Kynologisch regulation shall be Treated. 2.   The Windhondenren Council also meets as often as the Commission considers necessary or at least four Windhondenren associations request that, stating the reasons. 3.   In latter case, the meeting will be written within three weeks and shall be held within six weeks of receipt of the request. Article I. 13 1.   Any Windhondenren association may submit proposals for consideration at the RENRAAD meeting of November/December. 2.   The proposals referred to in the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Commission before 1 November, with a clear justification. 3.   Any proposal adopted by the Renraad shall remain in force for at least two years unless the Renraad unanimously decides to amend the proposal earlier. A proposal rejected by the Renraad cannot be reintroduced in the following year. Article I. 14 1.   The agenda for a meeting of the Windhondenren Council with the corresponding documents shall be sent to the Windhondenren associations at least three weeks before the day of the meeting. 2.   No decisions can be taken on issues that are not on the agenda. Article I. 15 the Commission and the Windhondenren Council may adopt rules of procedure for their meetings, which may not be contrary to the Kynologisch rules of procedure or to these Rules of procedure. Article I. 16 The Windhondenren associations are obliged to send a copy to the commission of all their club pages, circulars, general notices and other publications relating in whole or in part to the Greyhound stadium racing. Article I. 17 The members of the Commission shall have free access to all competitions and racecourses and to all meetings accessible to members of a Windhondenren association, with the exception of of general members meetings. The boards of Windhondenren associations are obliged to provide the Commission with all the information requested.  

Chapter II track running and materials

(See also Appendix 1)

Racecourses (see also Appendix 1)

Article II. 1 1.   Track competitions may, unless it concerns a demonstration competition as referred to in article III. 9, be held only on racecourses approved by the Commission and are in good condition of maintenance. 2.   The approval referred to in paragraph 1 shall be granted only if the racecourse satisfies the requirements laid down in this title and, in the opinion of the Commission, is also suitable for the responsible holding of track competitions. 3.   The Commission may attach to the approval conditions and restrictions. 4.   The decision on the approval shall be communicated in writing to the relevant Windhondenren association. 5.   The Commission shall ensure that a drawing on scale 1:200, or in sufficiently precise digital format, is present in the Commission's archives of each racetrack. Where necessary, the relevant association shall provide such a drawing on the Commission's first request. Article II. 2 1.   Plans for a new racecourse as well as a drawing on scale 1:200 must be submitted to the Commission in triple, or in singular with a comparable digital version. The digital coding used requires the approval of the Commission. 2.   The necessary permits from the public authorities for the construction of the racecourse may be requested and the construction of the racecourse shall not commence until the plans and drawings referred to in paragraph 1 have been approved by the Commission in writing. Obtained. 3.   The Commission may lay down detailed rules for the application of the preceding paragraphs.IMG_2585 Article II. 3 changes to an existing racecourse may be carried out only after obtaining the written consent of the Commission. Article II. 4 1.   The runway itself must have an impeccable turf, unless it is a sand track. The track must not show any gaps. 2.   Stones, glass and other foreign objects may not be present in or on the runway. Article II. 5 1.   In the case of flat runways, which are without bend embankment or with a bend embankment less than eight percent, the radius of the curves must be at least 43 meters measured by the inner fence of the runway. The tread must be at least seven feet wide and in the head of the curves at least eight meters. (See Appendix No 1) 2.   In orbits with a bend embankment of eight percent, the radius of the curves must be at least 40 meters, measured at the binnenafrastering of the runway. The tread must be at least six feet wide and in the head of the curves at least seven meters. (See Appendix No 1) 3.   Bend embankments of more than eight percent are only allowed with the Commission's dispensation. Article II. 6 1.   The outer fence of the track itself must be such that no one from the outside can directly enter the track. 2.   The runway must be equipped with a binnenafrastering, which is clearly visible and cannot pose a danger to the dogs. Article II. 7 1.   Track measurements shall be carried out only by one or more members of the Commission. 2.   All jobs are measured as often as the Commission considers necessary. 3.   After each change to or on the runway, a remeasurement must be requested from the Commission. For a remeasurement, costs shall be payable to the Commission for an amount to be determined at the rate decision. Article II. 8 The length of a track is measured at exactly one metre distance from the binnenafrastering of the runway. The length of the track is determined from the inside of the bottom of the Starthok to the finish line. The finish line will always be located between two fixed points, which are sufficiently marked with a piket. Article II. 9 after the measurement referred to in article II. 7, the binnenafrastering may not be removed during the season, unless it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Commission that an impeccable relocation is guaranteed.

Renmaterialen

Article II. 10 1.   In the case of track competitions, the dogs are started from starting pens that must be placed in such a way that the dogs from the Starthok have a continuous distance of 40 meters and have sufficient view of the art hare. 2.   The starting pens must be carried out according to commission directives. Article II. 11 The doors at the rear of the starting pens, which serve to place the dogs, must be provided from left to right with numbers 1 to 6. Article II. 12 1.   The starting pens must be fitted with a fixed valve on the front, which opens up in one movement and is sufficiently fast, allowing the dogs the possibility to leave simultaneously. 2.   The valve and the shielding parts thereof must be constructed in such a way that injury to the dogs is excluded and that the nails or feet of the dogs above or below the flap cannot be trapped. Bars must be fitted In the valve. The use of gauze, glass or plastic is not allowed. The upper part of the valve may be blinded. Article II. 13 The organizer or executive association must carefully disinfect the starting pens before each run. Article II. 14 1.   The hare must be at least 40 centimeters long, made of white konijnenvel or similar material, and clearly visible to dogs and approvers in all conditions throughout the course. 2.   The Renleider may, in the case of bad weather and with the consent of the Keur Masters, decide on the use of white plastic as a tool. 3.   The pull cord must be strong enough to be able to endure heaves in the propellant. 4.   There must be sufficient spare material at the racecourse. Article II. 15 1.   Bobbins may not be light in color and not shine or shine. They must be constructed in such a way that they are shielded with a stationary hood, which is virtually impossible to injure the dogs. The dogs may not come into contact with rotating parts of the bobbins and rollers. The Commission may reject bobbins and roles at any time for further use. 2.   The bobbins should be placed at fixed places at a distance of the binnenafrastering of at least two/third of the orbit width, but always at a distance of at least five feet. 3.   As little bobbins as possible should be used. 4.   The Commission may prescribe the number of bobbins and places thereof and require marking of those places. Article II. 16 1.   The hare must be propelled by means of a system approved in writing by the Commission. 2.   At the racecourse always at least one spare drive for the hare must be present. Article II. 17 1.   If the hare is propelleded as a sleep hare, a red picket pole of at least 0.20 m height must be at a distance of five metres before the starting pens on the left or right side. 2.   If the hare is propelled by means of an endless rail system, the picket pile referred to in paragraph 1 shall be placed on a place approved by the Commission. Article II. 18 1.   At the end of the runway, the artificial hare must be pulled 30 metres over the finish line with undiminished speed, where the dogs must have a range of at least fifty metres. At a distance of thirty and fifty meters from the finish line must be a red picket pole. 2.   The Commission may prescribe for certain jobs that the equipment will lift or eliminate the artificial hare, on or after thirty metres after the finish line. The Commission can also prescribe the methodology for this. Article II. 1IMG_06279 1.   The straight sections of the runway may not exceed two hurdles of up to 0.70 metres in height. The color of the hordes must be well recognizable for the dog. The hordes must be constructed in such a way that the risk to the dogs is minimal, and manufactured according to a model approved by the Commission. 2.   The inner and outer fencing of the racecourse must have a height of at least 1.50 metres, both before and after each horde over a distance of ten metres. Article II. 20 1.   If the time observation takes place automatically, the system of automatic time observation must be approved in writing by the Commission. 2.   Despite the approval referred to in the first paragraph, the organizer remains responsible for the proper execution of the time observation. Article II. 21 1.   Looting equipment for determining the order of placement in the starting pens must meet reasonable requirements of reliability and neutrality. Lots with loose loot balls and Lootzak is not allowed 2.   The Commission has the right to reject looting equipment or to prescribe the use of certain equipment. 3.   When using an automatic draw where a dog is involved with an out-of-the-run license, it is exchanged with the dog who has drawn loft 6, if necessary, by this outside starter gelote number of the Starthok. Article II. 22 Rendekken See Appendix 2

Other provisions

Article II. 23 If a microphone is present in the Masters ' stay, it must have a shutdown option. Article II. 24 1.   Separate toilet facilities are available for men and women at each racecourse. 2.   The Commission may provide for rules to be met by the toilet facilities. Article II. 25 at each racecourse, the first aid material prescribed by the Commission must be present. Article II. 26 1.   An approved racecourse and the materials used therein must be maintained in good condition. The stalls present must be maintained in such a way that they do not impair the respect of the Greyhound Stadium racing. 2.   In the absence of sufficient maintenance as referred to in the first paragraph, the Commission may withdraw the approval of the runway until the overdue maintenance has been provided. Article II. 27 The Commission may, in special cases, waive one or more provisions of this chapter.  

Title 3 matches

Article III. 1 The track competitions are distinguished in: 1.   Championship matches referred to in article III. 2 2.   European Championship competitions referred to in article III. 2 3.   International competitions where International Championship prizes (CACIL's) can be obtained on the basis of a permission granted by the FCI. 4.   National championship competitions referred to in article III. 4 5.   National competitions referred to in article III. 7 6.   Invitation to competition referred to in article III. 8 7.   Demonstration contests referred to in article III. 9 8.   Club competitions referred to in article III. 10. Article III. 2 1.   World Championship races and European Championship races are annual international competitions on which the F.C.I. The title of the F.C.I. European Champion title with a year. These competitions are on the indication of the F.C.I. Greyhound Stadium commission by a F.C.I. Member State. 2.   This regulation does not apply to the competition and the European Championship matches. Only the F.C.I. Renreglement applies. 3.   If the organisation of a championship game or a European Championship game has been assigned to the Netherlands, the Commission will organise this competition with the participation of the association on whose track the competition is to be held. 4.   In the selection for a European Championship and World Championship, only the results of the distances that the dogs have to run during the European or World Championships will be valid. Article III. 3 1.   International competitions are competitions for all dogs with a Dutch or foreign start license for which due to the F.C.I. Authorisation has been granted. If possible, a foreign judge should function in the Judge Corps. The association itself must invite a foreign judge and bear the costs thereof. Each association may request and organise a maximum of two international renwedstrijden. 2.   In international competitions, these rules only apply to running in the C-class, the plus class and the seniors class as well as running in the B-class if the organizer determines that and runs in the A-class if the Commission determines that. On all other international races, the F.C.I. Renreglement applies, insofar as international competitions provide the FCI renreglement. 3.   The Commission shall establish annually the requirements applicable to the preparation and settlement of these competitions and the tariffs payable at the rates. Article III. IMG_40994 1.   National championship competitions are competitions on which the title ' Renkampioen with year ' as referred to in article V. 32 of the Kynologisch rules can be obtained. The national Championship races are distinguished in the National championship short course, being 350 metres and 280 meters, and the national championship long track, being 475 meters. The national Renkampioenschappen are open to Whippets and Afghans with a Dutch a-class starter license and for dogs of other greyhound stadium varieties with a Dutch Open Class starter license. From Group 5, participation is open to Pharaohounds, Podenco Ibicenco, Podenco Canario and Cirneco Dell ' Etna with a Dutch Open class start license. 2.   National championship competitions are organised by the Commission with the participation of the association on whose track the competition will be held. During the weekend in which a kampioenschapsren takes place, no other renwedstrijden will be organized. 3.   Prior to the award of a kampioenschapsren, it is necessary to determine whether the relevant racecourse complies with article II. 5 of these rules. 4.    The day before the Kampioenschapsren short course 350 meters as well as for 280 meters a national competition, the Holland Cup, is organized for dogs with a valid Dutch B, C or XL start licence as well as for Basenjis and Podengo's Português. The day before the Kampioenschapsren long course a national competition, the Talentencup, is organized for dogs with a valid Dutch B, C or XL start licence as well as for Basenjis and Podengo's Português. If the registration for this national competition plus the Kampioenschapsren in total is less than 70 dogs, both games will be merged and run on the day of the Kampioenschapsren. If at the Kampioenschapsren at a race 3 dogs start they will walk on the day of the Kampioenschapsren to a "Holland Cup" or "Talentencup". If less than 3 dogs start, they run a demonstration at no extra cost. 5.   The Commission guarantees the registration fee of 60 dogs at the Kampioenschapsren Short course, 350 metres, excluding the national competition (Holland Cup). The Commission guarantees the registration fee of 50 dogs in the Kampioenschapsren long course, excluding the national competition (Talentencup). The Commission guarantees the registration fee of 30 dogs at the Kampioenschapsren Short course, 280 meters, if it takes place in combination with another kampioenschapsren. The Commission guarantees the registration fee of 40 dogs at the Kampioenschapsren Short course, 280 meters, if it is organized separately. The guarantor is the registration fee per dog minus the stipulated payment to the Commission. Article III. 5 1.   The title ' Renkampioen with year ' referred to in article V. 32 of the Kynologisch regulations is available at a national championship game for:IMG_6733 A.   Greyhounds Long Course B.   Greyhounds short Track C.   Whippets Long Job D.   Whippets Short Course E.   Afghans long job F.   Afghans short track G.   Italian Short Course H.   Other greyhound stadium races long track I.   Other Greyhound Stadium races short Course J.   From Group 5 The varieties: Pharaohound, Podenco Ibicenco, Podenco Canario and Cirneco Dell ' Etna short and long track. 2.   In all categories males and females are separated for a title by gender, unless there are less than four dogs at the start of a race of one or both sexes. Whippets always run separately regardless of the number of starting dogs. 3.   The title for a race is only available if at least four dogs from that race appear at the start. Article III. 6 The Commission shall, without prejudice to article V. 33 of the Kynologisch rules, be available for a national championship game: a.   A Kampioensdek for each dog to which a Renkampioen title is awarded, as well as a work deck for use during the further running in the course of the Renseizoen and in the next Renseizoen to the semi-finals of the relevant championships. B.   Reminder prices for each dog ending in the final as second to sixth. C.   The winners of the Whippet plus class A and the Italian Greyhounds plus class will be given the title National plus Champion with a year on the understanding that this is not a pedigree title. They get an orange honor deck. Article III. 7 national competitions are competitions that are open to all dogs with a Dutch or foreign start license. Article III. 8 invitation Competitions are competitions that are open to dogs with a starting license owned by members of the organizer or from members of one other Windhondenren association invited by the organizer to competition within or Abroad. Article III. 9 demonstration Contests are matches that 1.   Be kept in areas other than a racecourse; 2.   be held to publicise the Greyhound stadium racing and to improve the financial position of the organizer; 3.   are open to dogs who have the organizer as a home association and for Dogs invited to participate. Article III. 10 club competitions are competitions that are only open to dogs who have the organizer as their home club. Article III. 11 1.   Running shall be held over a distance of at least 250 and not more than 400 metres, being short course championships running, or at a distance of at least 450 metres and not exceeding 500 metres, being racing speed. 2.   The Commission may grant dispensation for the application of distances other than those referred to in paragraph 1. Article III. 12 The races shall be run according to systems which comply with the directives provided for by the Commission. The Commission may stipulate that certain systems may be followed only with the prior authorisation of the Commission. Article III. 13 1.   Males and females are separated by breed and class if at least three males and three bitches start. In the case of insufficient participation, the sexes must run mixed. In the Whippets, the sexes always run in separate classes. 2.   Notwithstanding paragraph 1, the Commission may determine in good time before the commencement of the Renseizoen that Renseizoen for certain varieties and classes of males and females shall always be combined or always separated. Article III. 14 If there are less than four dogs appearing at the start for one race and class for both sexes, no promotion and relegation points will be awarded. Article III. 15 1.   The organizer shall determine, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, the varieties and classes for which the competition is open, the distances to be walked and, insofar as the directives referred to in article III. 12 so require Leave freedom, the system for the course of the competition. If the organiser determines this beforehand, the contest can be run in sequence of entry in series, repechage, semi-finals and finals, or on time in series, optional second stage and final. 2.   A classic contest is in any case open to all classes of greyhounds, Whippets and Afghans. 3.   The Commission may make changes to the system for the course of the competition or a particular system for writing. For a national championship race, the system is always adopted by the Commission. Article III. 1IMG_19896 1.   The Commission can grant an association the right to organise a classic competition once a year on or about a given day, which excels in design and organization while the prizes for all finalists are accordingly. This right shall be granted only by the Commission. 2.   The Commission will withdraw the right referred to in paragraph 1 if the performance of the competition does not meet the requirements of the first paragraph in the Commission's view. 3.   The Commission may stipulate that on the day on which a classical competition is held, no other competitions may be held in the Netherlands or part thereof. Article III. 17 If a racecourse is being renovated or Moved, the association concerned has the right, after consultation with the Commission, to move its competitions to another racecourse. No competitions will be assigned to an association that does not have its own racecourse at the time of the renkalender of the following year. In case such an association has a new racecourse and it has been approved then the association will have to start again with two national Renwedstrijden in the first year. Article III. 18 An association may not exceed 7 Renwedstrijden and must organise at least 2 renwedstrijden per year. The Holland Cup and Talentencup at a kampioenschapsren count as a regular national competition.  

Title 4 Conditions for organising

  Article IV. 1 1.   The Windhondenren associations wishing to organise competitions as referred to in article III. 1 (c) to (e) in any year must submit a request to the Commission before 1 November of the preceding year to assign them the dates they want Specifying the species or types of competitions that they wish to organise on those dates. 2.   The Commission shall communicate its decision on the requests referred to in the first paragraph before 1 February of the relevant year to the associations which have submitted a request. 3.   At the same time as the decision referred to in paragraph 2, the Commission shall determine a date on which the Windhondenren associations may organise club races to which any club title is linked. The Commission shall inform the associations of its decision. 4.   No rendata are assigned that fall outside the Renseizoen. Article IV. 2 1.   For the purpose of organising a competition as referred to in article III. 1 (c) to (f), the Commission's prior written authorization shall be required. 2.   An authorization as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be granted only to a Windhondenren association for competitions which, unless a demonstration contest is concerned, will be held at an approved racecourse. 3.   The Commission may attach to a permit conditions. Article IV. 3 1.   A request for authorisation shall be submitted to the Commission, using the forms made available by the Commission, at least four weeks before the (first) day on which the competition is to be held. 2.   The approval of the permit application must be present at the competition secretariat on the day of the competition. Article IV. 4 the costs of a licence shall be determined by the tariffs decision. Article IV. 5 1.   The authorization shall be refused if the request or contest fails to comply with the requirements of this regulation or the interests of the Greyhound stadium racing otherwise be harmed by the granting of the authorization. 2.   However, the authorisation may be granted if the objections referred to in paragraph 1, by setting conditions, which may be waived if necessary, can be overcome. 3.   However, the authorisation shall in any event be refused if: a.   The licence has been applied for by a person other than a windhondenren association; B.   The competition will be held on a racetrack not approved by the Commission, unless it is a demonstration competition; C.   The contest will be held on dates, which are not assigned to the applicant pursuant to Article IV. 1, unless it is a competition for which the assignment is not required or in the Renkalender is still possible in a responsible manner. D.   The organizer has a backlog, in the opinion of the Commission, in the contributions to be made to the Commission. E.   The organizer has failed to copy their valid policy W.A. Insurance to the Commission. F.   The organizer has failed to submit the cases mentioned in article IV. 19 of the previous competition in good time. 4.   The results given by the Commission on the application for authorisation shall be binding in article IV. 6.IMG_2047 Article IV. 7 1.   The organiser decides which prizes will be used. The Commission's guidelines are taken into account. 2.   The Commission itself can make available to the winners of annual races of special character prices and to lay down detailed rules on this subject. 3.   It is not allowed to praise prizes, for winning which is required to participate in one or more other competitions, on the same track and/or organized by the same organizer. Article IV. 8 the organizer mentions on the notice of deregistration: A.   The name of the organizer; B.   Place, date and time of the competition; C.   The nature of the competition and the races and classes for which participation is open; D.   The renafstanden to be displaced; E.   The amount of the enrolment fees and the manner in which they are to be transferred; F.   The prices per finalist; For prices in kind, cups, etc. its value per price; G.   Date and time of conclusion of the tender; H.   Deviations from the usual classification systems. I.   The possibility of control measurements in foreign Whippets and Italian greyhounds, which are not included in the Dutch database or dogs that are included in the Dutch database but are measured with tolerance. Article IV. 9 The organizer shall not reduce the value of the prices shown in the notice of deregistration if the number of tenders is disappointing. Article IV. 10 1.   The organizer must cancel a written-out Ren if less than three dogs are registered for that Ren. If less than four dogs are registered, the organizer must cancel the Ren. The tenderer shall be notified of the cancelation at least two days before the competition. All paid registration fees are refunded. If the entire competition is cancelled, the organizing association must inform the appropriate keuring masters by telephone. 2.   Registered dogs may, in consultation with the owner, run a demonstration contest as referred to in article III. 9-C or be notified to an organizer of a competition on the same weekend. 3.   Demonstrations of a particular race/class may only be run by dogs in possession of a valid start-up license and the national Ren and Coursingreglement apply. The results of the demonstrations should be recorded in the Hondenpas by the competition secretariat. Article IV. 11 1.   The Commission shall publish annually before the start of the Renseizoen the conditions to be observed when organising the national championship competition. 2.   The organisation of this competition will be delegated on request to an association which, in the opinion of the Commission, can provide sufficient guarantees for the smooth and proper conduct of the competition, taking into account, among other things, the race track, the state of the Equipment and equipment and on the organisational capacity of the association. 3.   If the second member cannot find an application, the Commission will organise the national championship game itself using the best officials from the various associations. The Commission shall also indicate the course on which the competition will be conducted. The association which has this job in use is obliged to cooperate fully. Article IV. 12 expired article IV. 13 1.   The organizer insures against damage, resulting from civil liability against third parties. 2.   A copy of a valid policy concluded by the organizer shall be sent to the Commission at the beginning of each year. Article IV. 14 1.   If a veterinarian is not present throughout the race, the presence of a first aid is obligatory for animals. This should know where in serious cases he can immediately reach a veterinarian. 2.   The name, address and telephone number of the veterinarian distinguish the name of the first aid for animals in the programme. Article IV. 1IMG_08595 1.   If a veterinarian is present, the Keur Masters must consult him in case of illness or injuries. 2.   The Keuring Masters will impose a ban on sick or injured dogs for the remainder of the competition if the veterinarian deems it necessary. Article IV. 16 1.   The Commission shall provide annual guidelines for the level of registration fees and prices. 2.   No registration fee is payable for a demonstration contest. Prices must be of very low value. Article IV. 17 1.   Prices made available by third parties may only be disclosed in kind and must be clearly stated in the program of the competition under the addition of the destination, which must be determined by the results obtained during the competition. 2.   The organizer may not accept third party prizes if the donor wants to make it available only to dogs of a particular pedigree, breeder or owner. 3.   Article IV. 7, third paragraph, shall apply. Article IV. 18 1.   The organizer shall pay a fee to the commission for each dog to be launched, the amount of which shall be determined by the tariffs decision. 2.   For a club contest and a demonstration competition, the payment referred to in the first paragraph shall not be payable. Article IV. 19 within 72 hours of the end of the competition, the organizer shall send the Commission: 1.   Two fully completed programs, mentioning the names of the participating dogs, the order of entry in each course and the winners of each course made and all other relevant times; 2.   Two Keur reports signed by all the electoral masters; 3.   The withheld starting licenses. Article IV. 20 1.   All sums owed to the Commission shall be transferred to the Commission within two weeks of the date of the relevant account. 2.   For each reminder issued by the Commission after the expiry of the period referred to in the first paragraph, the amount payable shall be increased by an amount to be determined by a tariff decision. 3.   The Commission may request that an organizer failing to fulfil its financial obligations permit and request the start-up licence and revoke the licences granted. Article IV. 21 1.   For each national championship competition and classic competition, the Commission appoints a delegate who represents the Commission during the competition. The Commission may also designate a delegate for other competitions. 2.   The delegate shall, on behalf of the Commission, monitor officials, jobs and materials, the conduct of the competition and compliance with these rules and other applicable provisions. 3.   The delegate has, after having heard the opinion of the electoral Masters, an advisory vote at the Keur Masters if he is requested to do so or when he finds the giving of advice necessary. 4.   The delegate shall report to the Commission in writing of his findings. This will send a copy of the report to the organizer. Article IV. 22 1.   The Commission may, for a national competition, establish an observer with a special task to be determined by the Commission. 2.   Article IV. 21, paragraph 4, shall apply mutatis mutandis. Article IV. 23 In The case of high temperatures and extreme weather conditions, the organising association shall abide by the rules in Appendix 4.

Title 5 officials and competition Secretariat

The Keur Masters

Article V. 1 1.   The supervisors shall monitor compliance with these rules and other applicable provisions and shall determine the results of each course. The function of officials during a competition is the responsibility of the Keur masters. The officials must adhere to the instructions of the electoral masters. The Keur Masters can correct an official if necessary, which should be done via the Renleider. In the case of unwillingness, the approvers may replace the relevant official, which they should then mention on the report, so that the Commission can further deal with the matter. 2.   No appeal is open against decisions of the judge. It must be given immediate effect. Article V. 2 1.   To judge, only those who, on the proposal of the Commission, have been appointed by the Board of Directors to judge for the Greyhound Stadium racing and/or coursing can be appointed. The Commission shall take care of the training and examinations to be appointed as a judge. 2.   At the appointment the following categories are distinguished: A. International judge for the Greyhound Stadium racing, giving the right to perform at all track competitions as a judge or a turn commissioner. B. National judge for the Greyhound Stadium racing, giving the right to perform at national, invitation, demonstration and club competitions as a judge or as a turn commissioner. 3.   An appointment is only for one renseizoen valid. Article V. 3 1.   For international competitions, the Judge Corps consists of at least three field judges, three judges of arrival and two bending commissioners. For national championship competitions, the Judge Corps consists of at least three field judges and three judges of arrival and four bend Commissioners. The Keur masters of arrival rotate with the bend Commissioners. 2.   For national competitions, five judges, including the President, and one reserve judge are appointed. The judges determine by mutual agreement, which three judges will act as judges and which judges as a turn commissioner. 3.   For invitation, demonstration and club competitions, a Judge corps of three members can be sufficient. 4.   Of the judges at international competitions, national championship competitions, national competitions and classic competitions will not be part of two members of the same Windhondenren association. Article V. 4 1.   The Commissioners for international competitions, national championship competitions and national competitions are appointed by the Commission. 2.   The organizers for demonstration and club competitions are appointed by the organizer. Article V. 5 1.   At least twice per Renseizoen, the Commission shall inform the judges of the competitions they have designated as judges. 2.   In case of foreclosure, the designated masters shall send timely notification to the organizer and to the member of the Commission appointed as Commissioner of the officials ' department. The organiser shall consult with the Commissioner on the replacement. 3.   Each year the Commission organises two meetings for the electoral staff, one of which takes place at a central location and the other on the day of the Championship short course, 350 metres, at or near the location concerned. Article V. 6 The electoral masters may, before or during the competition, appoint one or more commissioners with a fixed assignment in her assistance. The opinions of these Commissioners do not bind the electoral masters. Article V. 7 1.   The Keur Masters carefully follow every course from start to finish, and if possible also each dog separately. 2.   The Keur Masters decide in which order the Dogs have passed the finishing line. In the presence of a video timing, the masters of doubt are obliged to consult the video images before a decision is taken. The speaker needs to wait for this. 3.   If field judges and inspectors of arrival are designated, the field judges shall eventually take all decisions assigned to the judges in these rules. Article V. 8 1.   The Keur Masters mention in her report: A.   Any offence committed before, during or after the competition, to the extent that it has been informed and complaints about the behaviour of participants; B.   The exclusions from (further) participation and initiation imposed by it shall be prohibited by specifying the relevant facts and the names of the persons and dogs concerned; C.   Any other matter from which communication to the Commission is required or desired. 2.   The approval report is drawn up in triple and signed by all the electoral masters. Article V. 9 If, during a competition, there is a shortage of masters during a given run, a member of staff, who has the power to draw the right-around, may temporarily be added to the Keur Masters. His task is limited to assessing whether the courses are statutory.

The bend Commissioners

Article V. 10 1.   The bend Commissioners assist the supervisors in supervising compliance with these rules and other applicable provisions during the course. 2.   The bend Commissioner in the bend at the Starthok, in particular, also supervises a good start of the dogs. 3.   The Keur Masters pay attention to the reports of the bend Commissioners, but are therefore not tied. If the Keur Masters do not follow an opinion of a turn Commissioner, they shall inform him, on request, of the reasons. ArticleIMG_2038 V. 11 To turn commissioner may only be designated by the appointment as judge under Article V. 2. Article V. 12 1.   For national championship competitions, the appointment of four turn commissioners is obligatory. They rotate with the Keur masters of arrival. 2.   For the other competitions, bend Commissioners can be designated. Article V. 13 1.   The Board of Directors for international competitions, national championship competitions and national competitions are designated by the Commission. 2.   The bend Commissioners for invitation, demonstration and club competitions are appointed by the organizer.

The Renleider

Article V. 14 1.   For each game, the organizer appoints a Renleider, which supervises the entire technical preparation and execution of the competition and, in consultation with and for the assistance of the Keur Masters, ensures that the competition is as smooth as possible Progress. 2.   To be recognized as a renleider, the judge exam has to be passed and five times a traineeship is required for an experienced renleider. Only those who have been recognised by the Commission as such can be appointed to Renleider. Article V. 15 The Renleider checks whether the material is functioning properly and whether the job poses no danger to the dogs. He will make improvements if necessary. Article V. 16 The Renleider forms the link between the participants and the electoral masters.

The time observers

Article V. 17 1.   For international competitions, for national championship competitions, for national competitions and for invitation competitions the organizer appoints at least three time observers, and in automatic time observation two time observers, of which At least one must be in function with hand chronometer. Article V. 18 1.   The hand stop watches of the time observers are reviewed by the Renleider before the start of the competition. 2.   The time observation starts at the start of the valve movement with which the valve of the Starthok is opened. When using a hand chronometer, the time observer stops the chronometer at the moment the nose of the winning dog or the special dog to be measured reaches the finish line. Article V. 19 all times are measured at 1/10 seconds accurately. However, if the equipment used accurately registers the times at 1/100 second, the Times may be transmitted with this accuracy. Article V. 20 1.   The time observers pass on each course the times they have taken up to the Keur masters. 2.   When determining the order of arrival, the inspection masters of arrival are not bound by the observations of the time observers.

The starter and the Turner

Article V. 21 for each competition appoints the organizer starters, who are in charge of the work related to the start of the dogs. Article V. 22 1.   For each game, the organizer appoints a Turner, which ensures that the art hare: A.   After the sign given by the starter is moving; B.   During the course as much as possible regularly and in even distance for greyhounds CA 20-25 meters and for the other varieties CA 15-20 meter for the guiding dog over the runway is propelled; C.   Until at least 30 meters after the finish line still with undiminished speed is propelled.

The Competition secretariat

Article V. 23 1.   Each Windhondenren association appoints for its competitions a competition secretary, who is responsible for the administrative preparation of a competition, the administrative work during the competition and the administrative Settlement of the competition. 2.   A competition secretary must have an administrative school and have a good knowledge of the course of events during a competition and of all the regulatory provisions. Article V. 24 1.   The organizer may stipulate that the competition Secretary shall be assisted by one or more persons under his responsibility. The competition Secretary and the aforementioned persons together form the competition secretariat. 2.   The name of the competition secretary is mentioned in the program of the competition. Article V. 25 to the task of the Competition secretariat includes: 1.   Providing the administrative equipment for the electoral masters and Time observers; 2.   Registering the presence of the participating dogs and collecting outstanding registration fees; 3.   Ensuring sufficient administrative control of the veterinarian's inspections; 4.   The program of the contest per course of the order of arrival of the dogs and of the run times, determined by or because of the judges; 5.   The record of exclusions of (further) participation, of starting bans and of all the facts and decisions desired by the judges. It is not allowed to use obsolete versions of the Keur reports. 6.   Completing the Hondenpas during and before the finalists immediately after the competition; 7.   Prepare the classifications for the following courses with the help of the layout lists, submit these classifications to the approvers for approval and ensure timely notification of the approved classifications to the participants; 8.   For the benefit of the Keur masters, they shall have all the regulations, implementing rules and circulars in force; 9.   Withholding the starting license in all cases where this is prescribed. 10.   Ensuring the signature of the fully completed inspection report by all the electoral masters; 11.   Send to the Secretariat and the Administrator of the Commission, within 72 hours of the end of the competition, all eligible documents. Article V. 26 The Competition secretariat shall have sole responsibility. The competition Secretary and the persons working under his responsibility, as well as the speaker under the authority of the judges, refrain from unsolicited their opinion on any aspect of the competition to the judges or a judge To make known.

Final provisions

Article V. 27 One cannot act as a judge and as a time observer at the same competition. Article V. 28 1.   Keur Masters and bend Commissioners are not in office during all course of the race in which a dog belonging to their property belongs. During these courses they are exclusively available for the participants. 2.   If the first paragraph applies, the Ren leader shall, in consultation with the President of the judges, replace the relevant judge or Turn commissioner. The replacement must, if possible, be recognised by the Commission for the performance of the function in question. Article V. 29 The Keur Masters and Renleiders referred to in this chapter must be able to legitimize themselves at all times. Article V. 30 1.   Anyone who is involved in any way in the organisation of the competition may not participate in toto or bets directly or indirectly during the competition. 2.   They shall abstain on the day of the competition until the end of their function fulfilment of the use of alcoholic beverages. Article V. 31 1.   The Commission exercises control over the manner in which the inspectors and other officials perform their duties. 2.   The Commission may withdraw the recognition of an official, stating its reasons, if it is clearly inadequate in its function of fulfilment.

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Title 6 start licenses

classes, promotion and relegation

Article VI. 1 1.   Only dogs, which have a valid start-up license issued by the Commission, can participate in track competitions. To issue a starting license, an amount to be determined at the rates decision shall be payable. 2.   The class for which the start license is issued determines the races that can be taken part in the competitions. 3.   If the Commission considers that the state in which a start-up license is in the way of an effective use of such a licence, it may entail the start-up license. 4.   The Commission shall, on request, waive a duplicate of a start-up licence in the unsaved or under the preceding paragraph in respect of payment of the amount referred to in paragraph 1. 5.   An issued start license remains the property of the Commission. Article VI. 2 launch licences shall be issued for the following classes: A.   For greyhounds for Open class and the senior class; B.   For Whippets for the A-class, B-Class, C-Class and Plus Class A, B and XL; C.   For Afghans for the A-class and the B-class. D.   For Italian hounds for the Open class, plus class and XL class; E.   For other hounds, Podenco Canario, Podenco Ibicenco, Cirneco, Pharaohound, Podengo Portuges and Basenji for the Open class. If for a race other than greyhounds a senior class is set as referred to in ART. Vi. 5, a starting license is also issued for the senior class. Article VI. 3 If a Whippet is issued for the first time, it shall be issued for the B-class, subject to article VI. 4.1. However, at the request of the applicant Association will launch a license for the: A. C-Class are issued if the dog during the well-round-run about 350 meters runs slower than 25.5 seconds (26.2 sec. Son, 23.3 sec. VELP) provided that the Times run are quoted on the well-rounded statement. B. A-Class are issued if the dog during the well-round-running about 350 meters runs faster than 22.0 seconds (22.6 sec. Son, 20.1 sec. VELP) provided that the Times run are quoted on the well-rounded statement. If a starter licence is issued for an Italian greyhound for the first time, it shall be issued for the Open class subject to article VI. 4.2. In the case of Afghan greyhounds, a first start license is issued for the class in question, following the time taken during the good tours in accordance with article VI. 8. The Times run must be indicated on the well-rounded statement. Article VI. 4 1.   For a Whippet that is measured as referred to in article VI. 27, fifth paragraph, a starting license for the plus class B shall be issued. In case a male is measured higher than 56 cm. And a bitch higher than 52 cm. A starter license for the XL class is issued. 2.   For an Italian greyhound that is measured as referred to in article VI. 27, fifth paragraph, a starter license for the plus class, in case the dog is measured higher than 41 cm., is issued a starting license for the XL class. 3.   For a Podengo Portuges and Basenji, a start licence open class shall be issued for competitions as referred to in articles III. 1 (e), (f), (g) and (h) and IX. 8. C article VI. 5 for a Greyhound having reached the age of five years, a Start license issued for the Seniors class. The Commission may decide annually to set up a senior class for the other varieties. Article VI. 6 1.   Whippets in the B-class in a maximum of ten consecutive races, possibly in two or more renseizoenen, have achieved at least sixty promotion points, promoted to the A-class. 2.   Whippets in the C-class in a maximum of ten consecutive races, possibly in two or more renseizoenen, have achieved at least sixty promotion points, promoted to the B-class. 3.   Whippets who have achieved at least sixty relegation points in the B class in a maximum of ten consecutive races, possibly in two or more renseizoenen, shall relegate to the C-class. 4.   Whippets in the A-class in a maximum of ten consecutive races, possibly in two or more renseizoenen, have achieved at least sixty relegation points to the B-class. Article VI. 7 1.   By way of derogation from article VI. 6, third and fourth paragraph, degrade Whippets if they have fallen into the repechage in two consecutive competitions, or in two consecutive competitions at Puntencoursen, most of the game points Have achieved. 2.   By derogation from article VI. 6, the promotion and degradation of Whippets on the initiative of the judges shall be brought forward in the opinion of the judges who are not relevant to the times in this class. Article VI. 8 1.   Afghan hounds promote on a timetable over a distance of 350 and/or 475 meters. For different distances, a correction is applied. Times run by Afghans during a demo contest count toward the promotion and relegation notation. 2.   The A-class applies to all jobs except Son (29.0) and Velp (25.5) a time shorter than 28.0 seconds. The B class applies to all jobs except Son (29.0 — 31.0) and Velp (25.5 — 27.5) a time longer than 28.0 sec and shorter than 30.0 sec. 3.   In competitions over 475 meters, if a dog is longer than 38.0 sec. Runs (38.4 sec. and Geldrop 39.8 sec.) It counts for the required degradation notation. 4.   Afghan hounds in the B-class during a game about 350 meters below 27.5 sec. Walk, promote directly to the A-class, entering the next game. Afghan greyhounds running in 2 consecutive competitions in the B-class about 350 meters below 28 sec. Run, promote to the A-class. Afghan hounds in the A-class held during 4 consecutive games over 350 meters above 28.0 sec. Run, relegate to the B-class. Afghan greyhounds in the B-class during 4 consecutive games over 350 meters above 30.0 sec. Run, relegate to the C-class. Afghan hounds in the C-class promote to the B-class as they are in 2 games over 350 meters below 30.0 sec. Run. Article VI. 9 by way of derogation from article VI. 6, first and second paragraph, for dogs who have reached the age of seven years may be waived at the request of promotion if they have obtained their promotional points in more than four games. Article VI. 10 1.   Once the Commission has decided to promote or degrade a dog, the modified class will be registered on the dog's starting license by the Commission. There is no charge for this. The Commission may delegate this power to the president of the electoral Masters. It shall indicate the amendments to the approval report 2.   As from the day following that of the Commission's decision, the dog must be registered in the modified class. Article VI. 11 promotion and relegation points: see the latest implementation of the Manual for the Competition Secretariat article VI. 12 expiry of article VI. 13 1.   Insofar as dogs are participating in track competitions abroad, the promotion and degradation arrangements provided for in this Regulation shall also be in force. This does not apply when participating in the senior class. 2.   The participant is obliged to indicate the promotion or degradation points obtained abroad in the Hondenpas and to notify the Commission of the attainment of those points.

The application procedure

Article VI. 1IMG_20044 1.   Starting licences are issued only for dogs who have reached the age of fifteen months, who will not have reached the age of eight years at the beginning of the calendar year, who are in the Dutch studbook attitude Registered as belonging to one of the greyhound stadium varieties, Podenco Ibicenco, Podenco Canario, Cirneco, Pharaohound, Podengo Portuges and Basenjis and for which a HONDENPAS has been issued. 2.   The Commission may provide that no starting licences will be issued for dogs belonging to one or more greyhound stadium varieties. 3.   Launch licences are issued only for dogs owned by a member of the Windhondenren Association requesting the start-up license. Article VI. 15 1.   The validity of a starting license expires at the end of the Renseizoen for which it was issued. 2.   The validity of a starting license also expires as soon as the owner of the dog is not a member of the Home association that requested the start license. This home association shall immediately inform the Commission of the end of the membership. 3.   Starting licences which, in connection with a penalty imposed on the owner of the dog, may not be used or whose validity has expired on the basis of the second paragraph, shall be returned without delay to the Commission. Article VI. 16 A starting license must be requested from the Commission by the Dog's home association using the form available through the Commission. Article VI. 17 If a dog is requested for the first time a starting license, the application must be accompanied by: 1.   The family tree or a photocopy thereof certified by the Secretary of the Home Association; 2.   A copy of the registration certificate of the management Board; 3.   A veterinarian's statement that the dog has not been vaccinated for more than 12 months in advance against canine sickness, hepatitis, leptospirosis, Parvo and kennel cough; 4.   A certificate of rabies vaccination, valid at least until the end of the competition season, or a photocopy thereof, which is verified and authenticated by the Secretary of the Home Association; 5.   A photograph showing the full dog with head to the right; 6.   For Whippets and Italian greyhounds a photocopy of the measurement report referred to in article VI. 26, fifth paragraph. 7.   A ' good round ' statement as referred to in article VI. 19. Article VI. 18 1.   Applications for start-up licences for a new renseizoen must be submitted annually before a date fixed by the Commission. 2.   An application as referred to in the first paragraph must be accompanied by: a.   The starting license of the dog concerned for the preceding season; B.   A valid certificate of vaccination against rabies or a photocopy thereof, verified and authenticated by the Secretary of the Home Association, which must be valid throughout the Renseizoen; C.   In a case referred to in article VI. 28, first paragraph, and article VI. 29, a photocopy of the new measurement report. Article VI. 19 1.   A good round declaration may be issued by three persons empowered to do so by the Commission if the dog has walked 2 courses with at least two equivalent dogs and where the dog in question has started in the middle. When walking abroad, the well-rounded statement or The haasvastverklaring be signed by three for that purpose by the F.C.I. and/or by the F.C.I. Recognised foreign organisation empowered persons. 2.   A good round declaration may be obtained only on a racecourse approved by the Commission of a member of the Management board and abroad at an approved racecourse of a F.C.I. and/or by the F.C.I. Recognised foreign organisation. Before the start of a race, you can also walk around for good. The prediction of disqualification should in all cases take place before the start of a competition for the eyes of the Keur masters. These well-rounded courses should be mentioned in the program as "license Run" and should take place immediately after the trial. Article VI. 20 1.   The cost of issuing a starting license and a duplicate start license and for overwriting a starting license on the name of a new owner will be determined by the tariffs decision. 2.   The costs must be transferred to the Commission within two weeks of the date of the relevant account by the Applicant Association. Article VI. 21 A starting license is issued to the owner of the dog only after the designated Association officer has satisfied himself: 1.   That the cover, basket and belt of this owner comply with the requirements and are in good condition; 2.   The owner is in possession of these rules. Article VI. 22 1.   In the case of transfer of ownership of a dog with a valid start-up licence, the new owner must, within two weeks after receipt of the registration certificate with the modified ascription, submit the start licence to the Commission through its home association with the Request, change the ascription. 2.   The request shall be accompanied by a photocopy of the registration document certified by the Secretary of the Home Association attesting that the new owner is registered as the owner of the dog in the Dutch studbook position.

Measurements of Whippets and Italian wind dogs

Article VI. 23 1.   Whippets and Italian Greyhounds for which a starting license is requested for the first time must be measured before the application for the launch licence is submitted to the Commission. 2.   Whippets and Italian wind dogs whose measurement has lost its validity pursuant to article VI. 28 shall be remeasured before a new start-up licence application is submitted to the Commission. Article VI. 24 All measurements shall be carried out by a measuring committee consisting of: 1.   One secretary, appointed by the Board of Directors after consultation with the Commission; 2.   One member designated by the Commission; 3.   One member, designated by the Board of Directors. In the measuring Committee, if possible, no breeders of the varieties to be measured shall be appointed. Article VI. 25 the application for the measurement may be submitted from six weeks before the dog's in art. The age of 27.3 referred to in article VI. Article VI. 26 1.   Requests for measurements must be submitted to the Commission through the Home Association, with a copy of the registration document and a completed application form being forwarded. 2.   Measurements generally cannot take place between 1 December and 16 February. Remeasurements can normally be requested during this period. 3.   The cost of a measurement, the amount of which is determined at the rate decision, must be paid on the spot of the measurement. 4.   When measuring, the pedigree of the dog to be measured must be handed over to the measuring coordinator. 5.   of each measurement, a measurement report shall be drawn up by the Secretary, one of which shall be given to the owner, one copy shall be sent to the management board and a single copy intended for the records of the measuring coordinator. The measurement report shall indicate the measured height and the conclusion ' well measured ' or ' dimensioned ' in accordance with article VI. 27.13. Article VI. 27 1.   Measurements shall be made by means of the Commission manufactured ports with a fixed height of distinctive 51, 50, 49, 48, 47, 38 and 37 centimeters. 2.   The dog must be offered in normal good physical condition and with properly manicured nails for the measurement. 3.   Measurement can take place from the age of 12 months. If at an age of less than 24 months the shoulder height of a whippet male at 49 cm or higher, of a whippet female at 47 cm or higher and of an Italian greyhound at 37 cm or higher is fixed, then the dog must be measured again before the beginning of the R Enseizoen following the completion of the second year of life. The result of this measurement is final and must be quoted in the license and must be respected by all national organisations. If this measurement does not take place, the validity of the starting license expires and must be returned to the national organisation. The result of the second measurement shall be stated as the final height measure on the starting licence. The measuring of the shoulder height can only take place and be officially determined by the national organization. The persons qualified and appointed shall follow the following procedure: 4.   For the ages to be measured, the rules applied by the F.C.I. have been made. 5.   The dog must be calm when measured. The animal must be on a flat and non-slippery soil or on a non-slippery table of sufficient size. 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). 6.   Between the different measurements, the dog must move at least twice on the floor. He is set up by the owner or by the person who presents him. The dog may only be placed by the measuring coordinator in a different position if the owner or The request. 7.   The measurement takes place only when the dog is in correct position. The dog is measured on the shoulders. Should it be impossible to put the dog in correct position, then the measurement is stopped as being invalid. Owners/handlers who before, during and/or after the measurement a. Paws, Onwelvoeglijke language, insults and/or threats or otherwise unbecoming behave against the members of the Measuring Committee b. Paws and/or threatening against the dog to be measured can be excluded by the measuring committee from the measuring procedure of their dog (s). 8.   The measuring port, of rigid material can be equipped with an electronic sensor, has two legs so that the size is accurate and easy to fix. 9.    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. 10.   The measuring committee consists of two members and a secretary for reporting. The members measure to turn. The Secretary has the supervision and notes the results. 11.   The dog must be measured six times. The most common size is quoted on the dog's paper. If a dog is measured well below the maximum permissible height, the measuring committee can make a unanimous decision to stop after the fourth measurement and to record the average result on the paper of the dog concerned. If after six measurement a stalemate is established (3 x-3 x +) a seventh measurement must be recorded as a result. 12.   The final result can only be achieved by the duty measuring committee, appointed by a F.C.I. Recognised organisation, on the dog's paper. 13.   If the measured height for a Whippet male is 51 centimeters or less, for a Whippet 48 centimeters or less and for an Italian greyhound 38 inches or less, then the dog is well measured. In All other cases the dog is measured. 14.   For the dogs that have been measured, a scheme must be introduced by the national organisations to give these dogs the opportunity to participate in Greyhound stadium Renwedstrijden. Article VI. 28 1.   A measurement carried out in a dog that has not yet reached the age of two years will lose its validity as soon as the dog reaches the said age. Thereafter, a new measurement can be requested for the application of a starting license for the next Renseizoen. 2.   The first paragraph shall not apply if, at the first measurement, the measured height for a Whippet male 49 centimeters or less, for a Whippet female of 47 centimeters or less and for an Italian greyhound is 37 centimeters or less. Article VI. 29 1.   If a dog is measured, the owner can request a remeasurement via the home Association. For dogs that have already been measured twice after their second year of life, a remeasurement can only be requested once. 2.   The cost of the remeasurement, the amount of which is determined at the rate decision, shall be met on the spot of the remeasurement. 3.   If the dog is still well measured, the amount referred to in the second paragraph shall be reimbursed. Article VI. 3IMG_98970 1.   If the F.C.I. A protest is brought in by a national organisation regarding The size of a Whippet or an Italian wind dog must be carried out in a new measurement. The dog will be measured in the country where the owner is officially established and is carried out by a delegate of the F.C.I. Greyhound Stadium Commission (C.D.L.) of another country. This is appointed by the Chairman of the Greyhound Stadium Commission (C.D.L.) and must have a control measurement in accordance with the procedure described in art. VI. 27. 2.   In the Netherlands a remeasurement of a dog that is well measured in the Netherlands can only be requested by three persons from three different Dutch home associations. The joint application must be submitted through one of the intended home associations. 3.   The application shall be processed only if the amount to be determined at the request of a tariff decision has been transferred to the Commission. 4.   If the dog is still measured, the amount referred to in the third paragraph shall be reimbursed. Article VI. 31 De in art. VI. 30 the measurement referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out by a special measuring committee, the members of which shall be appointed by the Management Board after consultation with the Commission. Article VI. 32 It is prohibited to administer a dog in connection with a measurement referred to in chapter II articles VI. 27 to 31 muscle relaxing or other means. Article VI. 33 The Commission may carry out control measurements at competitions in participating foreign Whippets and Italian greyhounds not included in the Dutch database, as well as in those dogs measured with tolerance on International competitions. In case the dog is measured too high it will have to start in the plus a or in the XL class if it is a Whippet and in the plus or XL class if it concerns an Italian greyhound. The result of this measurement will be reported to the FCI-Commission de Levriers.

Title 7         

Registration and admission

Article VII. 1 1.   For a job competition only greyhounds, Podencos Ibicenco, Podencos Canario, Cirneco's, Pharaohounds, Podengo Portuges and Basenjis can be registered, for which there is a valid Dutch renlicentie or, if it is a Competition referred to in article III. 1 (c), (e) or (f), and an owner residing abroad, shall have a valid starting license issued by an organisation operating under the authority of a F.C.I. Recognized body. 2.   If the start licence referred to in the first paragraph has been issued abroad, the dog must also be registered on the day of registration in a F.C.I. Recognised foreign studbook attitude. 3.   The Commission may grant waiver of the first paragraph subject to conditions, provided that the conditions laid down in article VII. 7 are met. Article VII. 2 registration may only take place by the owner and the class, for which the start license is in force. Article VII. 3 1.   For a national Kampioenschapsren only dogs can be registered, for which a Dutch starter license for the A-class has been issued, as well as dogs for which a Dutch starter license for the Open class has been issued with the exception of The Basenji and Podengo Português. Whippets and Italian wind dogs, which are measured as referred to in art. VI. 27, 13th member, are excluded from participating in a national championship game as referred to in art. III. 4. 2.   By way of derogation from paragraph 1, when notification of less than 12 A-class dogs of a race and/or sex, the Commission may also open a national championship race to B-class dogs, on the understanding that a-class dogs always go for it. 3.   The Commission has the right to choose from the notified B-class dogs up to the maximum number mentioned in the deregistration. Article VII. 4 for a national Kampioenschapsren may be registered for a maximum number of dogs per race and gender if the Commission determines the conditions for the national championship competition. If more tenders are received, the criteria laid down in the said conditions shall be decided, which dogs are admitted to tender. Article VII. 5 1.   For a national kampioenschapsren, only dogs may be registered, who have taken part in at least two national or international races for the closing date of the registration, the last two of which are 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 and therefore need to be withdrawn, are expected to have successfully completed the run. 2.   The Commission may grant dispensation of the first paragraph on the basis of special circumstances. Article VII. 6 dogs imported from abroad, already in possession of a renlicentie, may be registered for a national Kampioenschapsren only if it can be demonstrated that they are at least six months before the date of such Competition in the Netherlands have been introduced and have participated in at least 3 games after the import, of which at most 1 race must be in the year that the Kampioenschapsren is held. Article VII. 7 text lapsed article VII. 8 1.   For a langebaanren referred to in article III. 1 (I) Only dogs may be registered, which will have reached the age of eighteen months on the (first) day of the competition. For a Kortebaanren the general minimum age of fifteen months applies. 2.   For a national championship short course as referred to in article III. 4 only dogs may be registered which have reached the age of eighteen months on the (first) day of the competition. However, for Whippets and Italian wind dogs the general minimum age of fifteen months applies. 3.   For a national championship long track as referred to in article III. 4.1 only dogs which have reached the age of eighteen months on the (first) day of the competition may be registered. This applies to all varieties. Article VII. 9 1.   The registration for a competition must be closed no later than 20.00 p.m. on the Wednesday preceding the weekend in which the competition will be held. 2.   Tenders received after the conclusion of the registration must be refused. 3.   Notwithstanding the previous paragraph, a non-timely registered dog may still participate in the competition with the consent of the Keur masters. Article VII. 10 1.   Registration must be made using a fully completed and signed enrolment form, which must in any case be stated: A.   dog breed and sex; B.   The full name of the dog and the number of his starting license; C.   Name and address of the owner; D.   The name of the Home association; E.   The class and distance that is enrolled. 2. On the registration form, the tenderer must declare: A.   That, by invitation to tender, he accepts the jurisdiction of the Board of directors and the operation of the Kynologisch rules and regulations and the relevant implementing rules, and may be considered to be familiar with those regulations and provisions; B.   That the dog registered by him, to the extent that he is known, has not mistakenly in circumstances during the last twelve weeks in which danger of contamination with dog sickness or any other contagious disease is to be feared, and that he does not meet with the dog The competition will take part if the circumstances are still present. Article VII. 11 tenders may be refused only on the basis of the provisions of this Regulation. Article VII. 12 text lapses. Article VII. 13 1.   By way of derogation from article VII. 10 (1), in special cases a telephone registration or registration may be accepted by fax or e-mail, provided that prior to the conclusion of the registration, article VII. 10.2 also applies to this method of signing up. 2.   An invitation to tender shall be confirmed in writing by the tenderer, immediately and at the latest before the authorisation, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article VII. 10. 3.   If the organiser denies the telephone registration, the dog in question cannot participate in the competition. Article VII. 14 text expire. Article VII. 15 1.   The registration fee must be paid at the latest at the admission. 2.   If a registered dog is not present for sickness or otherwise, or is not admitted to the competition under this chapter, the registration fee remains due. 3.   The registration fee is never refunded unless otherwise stipulated in these rules. Article VII. 1Calhoun makes a flying kill6 1.   Participation in a national kampioenschapsren may not be permitted for dogs, which the Commission has imposed on the competition for that race because, in the Commission's view, they could interfere with a smooth and smooth running of the game. The decision to impose the start prohibition shall be communicated to the owner of the dog, giving reasons. Article VII. 17 1.   Prior to international competitions and national championship competitions, the registered dogs are admitted to the competition as well as the dogs starting in trial, licence running and demonstrations, they are Designated veterinarian. This veterinarian may refuse access to dogs that may pose an infection risk to animals or humans present. 2.   In any case are not allowed: a.   Dogs with an ear or skin condition; B.   Dogs with pests; C.   Females with vaginal outflows; D.   Dogs with offensive injuries for the public. E.   Sick dogs and dogs that are suspected of being sick; F.   Dogs that are clearly visible in discondition or are injured; G.   Pregnant bitches. 3.   Also on national competitions, paragraph 2 applies, where the decision lies with the electoral masters. 4.   No appeal is possible against the decision of the veterinarian and the electoral masters. Article VII. 18 1.   The handler must issue the starting license and the Hondenpas of the dog to the competition secretariat. 2.   Failing this and when it appears that the dog is enrolled in a class to which his starting license does not give access, the approvers may refuse the admission of the dog to participate in the competition. If during the race it appears that a dog has started in the wrong class, the judge will immediately take the dog out of the game.  

Title 8 course of events during the competition

General

Article VIII. 1 the organizer and the Keur Masters ensure that the race is smoothly finished, without unnecessary or too long breaks, and that the dogs do not have to start more often than is necessary for a good and smooth running of the competition and for the Determination of a fair result. Article VIII. 2 1.   The handler takes care that his dog is equipped with a sound collar with buckle or snap closure and line. 2.   The line must be fitted with a proper bayonet closure. The length of the line may not exceed 0.80 metres. 3.   The dogs must be kept on a leash, except when they are running their courses. After the catching, the dogs must be leashed immediately. Article VIII. 3 1.   The handler takes care that his dog wears a muzzle of a model approved by the Commission while walking his course. Italian greyhounds may run without a muzzle if all the owners so wish. 2.   The dog must be muzzled before entering the runway and the muzzle must be dismissed until after the dog has left the track itself. Article VIII. 4 1.   The handler ensures that he has the required Rendekken to comply with article II. 22 during the competition. See also Appendix 2 Rendekken and Muzzle 2.   The handler ensures that his dog carries the Rendek for that course while walking every course. Article VIII. 5 1.   Dogs assigned the title ' Renkampioen with year ' must bear the work deck during national competitions as referred to in article III. 7, during the remainder of the year in which they have obtained the title and during the subsequent year up to the Final in which the same title is walked. The work deck should only be worn when running over the distance to which the title was achieved. 2.   If, following the first paragraph in one course, two dogs should wear a work deck, the lowest placed ordinary Rendek. Article VIII. 6 1.   It is not allowed to allow the participating dogs on the day of the race to explore the course. 2.   Nor shall it be permissible, contrary to the tests referred to in the third paragraph, for the purposes of checking the material to be used and the courses referred to in article VI. 19, to Trainingscoursen before or during the competition, or within half an hour of the last Course. 3.   Before the start of a competition, a maximum of three test run on a runway of 350 meters and at a maximum of 475 meters shall be two test run over 350 metres and not more than two test run over 475 meters. 4.   If a licence is run during a competition, it must be classified after the trial and before the course starts. Article VIII. 7 1.   In the presence of a veterinarian, medicinal products may be administered to a dog only by this veterinarian before or during a competition. 2.   If, in the absence of a veterinarian, the administration referred to in the first paragraph is carried out by someone else, the keuring Masters shall impose a start ban on the dog concerned for the remainder of the competition. Article VIIMagyar AgarsI. 8 If a dog encounters a disease or injury during the competition, the handler must immediately inform the Renleider. If a vet is present, consult the Renleider. He then advises the Keur masters about the further participation of the dog in the competition. The Keur Masters can impose a starting ban on the dog for the remainder of the competition and must do so if the veterinarian advises. Article VIII. 9 The Dogs present in the field of the racecourse must participate in the races for which they are registered, unless they are excluded by the electoral masters of (further) participation, to them a starting ban for the (further) duration of the competition Is imposed whether the handler has reported to the renleider that he is withdrawing the dog from the competition. Article VIII. 10 1.   The organizer takes care that on a board of sufficient size the number of the course which is the turn is indicated. 2.   The layouts for all courses that will be completed after the series are communicated to the participants in good time by loudspeaker and/or in writing. 3.   The supervisors supervise that the dogs are summoned in time and in sufficient measure to appear at the start. Article VIII. 11 All prizes shall be awarded to the rightholders immediately upon completion of the relevant Ren. If and insofar as the ceremony is not possible on the day of the competition, the organizer shall send the prizes to the rightholders within one month. Article VIII. 12 participants may not directly, but only through the Renleider, turn to the electoral masters.

The preparations

Article VIII. 13 1.   Immediately before the start of the competition, the racecourse, its design and all the materials to be used shall be approved for usability and compliance with the requirements. 2.   The inspection shall be carried out by the President of the electoral Masters. The delegated, if appropriate, and the Renleider act as an advisor. Article VIII. 14 1.   Without prejudice to article VIII. 13, the Commission may, in special cases, appoint a member of its centre to approve the racetrack, its establishment and all materials to be used, between three days and 24 hours prior to the commencement of the competition, on usability and complying with the regulations. 2.   The organizer may, by means of a decision to censure the Commission, set up a telegraphic or an electronic post. Article VIII. 15 If the racecourse is rejected by the President of the electoral Masters or the member of the Commission referred to in article VIII. 14, the contest shall be cancelled. All paid registration fees are refunded. Article VIII. 16 before the start of the competition, the President of the electoral Masters shall convince himself that the required material is present for the proper performance of the task of the Competition secretariat. Article VIII. 17 The participating dogs must be present at the racecourse at least half an hour before the start of the race.

The classification of the courses

Article VIII. 18 The courses shall be classified per ren on the basis of the systems referred to in article III. 12 and subject to the provisions of this chapter. Between two courses in the dogs must have at least 30 minutes rest time. The length of the breaks is determined by the Keur Masters in consultation with the Renleider. Article VIII. 19 1.   At least three dogs start In each course. However, in special cases, the Keur masters can allow a single dog to run an empty course if it is desired for a good course of the run. 2.   The Commission can determine the number of dogs that are allowed to start at the most in a final year per race track and per variety. The Commission shall consult the Association for the management of the racecourse in advance of this. 3.   During a demonstration competition, a maximum of four dogs are allowed to start in each course. Article VIII. 20 1.   The Competition secretariat makes the classification for the series. Dogs of one owner may not be classified in the same course, however, without this being allowed to lead to injustices against other dogs. The contest program should start with the classes that need to be retaken. 2.   The Keur Masters may, having heard the Renleider, modify a classification of the series set by the competition secretariat, even if it has been printed in the competition programme. If this happens, the reason for the report must be indicated. Article VIII. 21 1.   The Competition secretariat makes the classifications for the second chance, between running, semi-finals and finals under the responsibility of the electoral masters. The Competition secretariat observes the instructions of the Keur masters. 2.   The fastest dogs are never consciously put together in the courses preceding the final. During the layout, lots or the use of pre-defined codes is not allowed. The daily condition and special events during the competition must be given appropriate influence. 3.   With the courses referred to in this article, the up to then fastest dogs will walk under the red deck and the other dogs in order of the results obtained. Article VIII. 22 1.   For national championship competitions, a representative of the Commission shall make the classifications for the series in consultation with the competition secretariat of the Association referred to in article III. 4, second paragraph. 2.   The further classifications on the day itself are made by the competition secretariat in consultation with the delegate.

The start

Article VIII. 23 by means of a draw using the looting equipment referred to in article II. 21, the numbers of the starting pens shall be assigned to the dogs. It is always drawn to six starting places. When an outside starter participates at the start, it always gets loft Nr. 6. His gelote place is taken over by the dog who had drawn no. 6. When several outside starters in the same course are drawn one time, the dog closest to Rendek Red loot Starthok 6, the other Starthok 5, etc. Outside starters may participate in championship competitions. Article VIII. 24 the note ' outside starter ' will be placed on the starting license after the dog has shown himself to be an outside starter during one game. For this purpose, the owner must submit a request to the Renleider before the start of the competition. If the owner requests to withdraw the note outside of starter, the dog must be judged again during a competition by the approvers. Advising these positively on the request, the note is withdrawn out of starter after which the dog will not receive any additional note outside starter. Article VIII. 2IMG_96895 1.   The handler must be present in the vicinity of the starting pens with his dog at least one course for those in which his dog must start. 2.   A dog that is not present at the start at the time when it should be launched is excluded by the electoral masters of (further) participation in the competition. Article VIII. 26 1.   Before the dogs are placed, the starter sets up the dogs participating in the course about five metres behind the starting lofts. He checks the ' seat ' of the muzzle and the Rendek and whether both meet the requirements. 2.   If the defects found by the starter are not directly recovered from muzzle or Rendek and replacement by other material is not possible, then he closes the dog off the start, unless, as far as the Rendek is concerned, by or on behalf of the Keur Masters Permission is given to start without Rendek. Article VIII. 27 1.   The starter gives the commands to places, which must be done simultaneously and as quickly as possible. However, the starter may, in special cases, apply a different position, if this can promote a smoother or safer start. 2.   In a case referred to in article VIII. 25 (2), the starter shall give the command referred to in the first paragraph only after obtaining the consent of the Keur masters through the Renleider. 3.   The starter can exclude a dog from the start if lingered is intentionally too long or the commands to places are not executed correctly. 4.   The starter shall pass on the application of the third paragraph and of article VIII. 26, second paragraph, as well as irregularities at the start immediately to the electoral masters. Article VIII. 28 1.   Once the dogs are placed in the starting pens, they are under the command of the starter and they do not receive any further care from the handler, unless with the special permission of the Keur Masters. 2.   The ' spinning ' in the lofts does not cause any intervention by the handler, nor for overstarting. 3.   If the handler is located after placing before the Starthok, strikes on the loft, calls or whistles, then this is considered to affect the start in an unauthorized manner. Article VIII. 29 1.   The starter gives the sign for the movement of the hare by means of waving a shield or a flag. 2.   If the hare is propelled as a sleep hare, it must depart from a place that is well visible for the dogs, located at a distance of at least five metres in the middle of the starting pens. 3.   If the hare is propelled as a sleep hare, the valve must be opened at the first movement of the hare. 4.   If the hare is propelled with the help of an endless rail system, the valve must be opened at the time when the hare passes the Piket pole referred to in article II. 17, second paragraph. 5.   Only the electoral masters decide whether a start is invalid, whether or not advised by the starter, the turn commissioner or the Renleider.

Course Walking

Article VIII. 30 1.   To attacking and disturbing dogs and dogs that do not stop identifiable cause during the course, the Keur Masters will be subject to a start ban for the remainder of the competition. The approvers shall make this decision known by the microphone to participants and to the public, stating the reason for the start ban, and will also apply to one of the articles VIII. 31 to VIII. 33. 2.   Attacking dogs are understood to be dogs that do not focus their attention on the art bunny, but attack one or more opponents or try to attack them, so that they are hindered in normal progress of the course. The immediate next weathering of an attacked dog is not considered as attacks. 3.   Dogs are understood to be a dog that does not focus their interest on the art bunny and no longer has to walk their own course, while hindering other dogs. 4.   If a dog uses his body to provide free job without attacking, and continues to focus his attention on the art hare, it is not considered disturbing or attacking. 5.   Each application of the first paragraph is registered by the Competition secretariat with the designation ' DISQ ' in the Hondenpas. After each second and subsequent application of the first paragraph within a renseizoen, the licence shall be retained by the competition secretariat and sent to the Commission. Article VIII. 31 where a failure referred to in article VIII. 30 does not have a decisive influence on the determination, which dogs are eligible for further participation in the competition, their order of arrival is maintained and the course Not overrun. Article VIII. 32 1.   If a failure referred to in article VIII. 30 has occurred after the Kophond has entered the last ninety degrees of the last round of the runway and the winning dog (s) was in such a position (s) that it was also without the fault winner Would have been (or are) the winning dog (s) under no circumstances. Their first, possibly second place, is maintained. 2.   The approvers shall allow the remaining dogs, without the disturbing dog, to be used to determine the remaining placement (s), unless article VIII. 31 is applied. Article VIII. 33 where a failure referred to in article VIII. 30 has occurred at a time when the course as a whole is still completely undecided and at least one of the participating dogs has been hindered, the Keur masters shall leave the course without the interfering Dog overflowing. Article VIII. 34 1.   Without prejudice to article VIII. 30 to VIII. 33, the approvers shall declare a course invalid if: A.   An impure start has occurred due to a defect in the starting pens; B.   Due to a defect in the drive the artificial hare has remained on the runway, unless in the opinion of the judges there has been no influence on the order of entry of the Dogs; C.   No dog passes the finish; D.   The Art hare during the course is taken by one of the participating dogs; E.   The judges believe that, as a result of conduct contrary to regulatory provisions or for other reasons, the outcome of the course cannot be accepted. 2.   The Keur Masters can declare a course invalid if: A.   The distance from the hare to the Kophond is less than ten metres, and therefore the chances of the dogs in the head are adversely affected; B.   The distance from the hare to the Kophond over 25 meters is going to be amounted to and thereby the chances of the head lying dogs are adversely affected; C.   The art hare over less than thirty meters with undiminished speed over the finish is reversed. Article VIII. 35 1.   In case of doubt about the invalidating of a course, the Keur Masters consult with the bend Commissioners, if they have been appointed, with the Renleider and with the delegate, if designated. 2.   If all dogs have travelled the distance for at least 3/4 part, the Keur Masters may determine the results of the race and refrain from invalidating the course. Article VIII. 36 invalid courses in which the dogs have travelled less than half of the Renafstand can be overrun immediately. In all other cases, a rest period of at least thirty minutes is observed. Article VIII. 37 during the competition only have access to the course: 1.   Members of the organizer's board, in so far as the fulfilment of a task entrusted to it is necessary; 2.   Officials, insofar as the fulfilment of their duties makes it necessary, and the delegated; 3.   Members of the Commission, solely for the purpose of exercising control; 4.   Persons expressly empowered to do so by the Renleider; 5.   Handlers, only to bring their dogs to the start or catch.

The finish, times and results

Article VIII. 38 1.   The handler ensures that he, or someone on his behalf, is present at the reception when the dogs arrive, in order to immediately catch and stroke his dog, without being in the orbit of the upcoming dogs. He draws himself along the fence of the tread and observes the instructions of the Renleider. 2.   Handlers who move from the start to the shelter must not obstruct the view of the Keur masters. 3.   If the combination of start-up and capture is practically impossible and the handler is not available, he reports this to the Renleider, who will take care of the expert catching of the dog. 4.   A handler of an aggressive dog reports this to the Renleider, which can provide assistance with the shelter. Article VIII. 39 1.   Only those dogs are placed, who go out of their own movement in gallop over the finish line. 2.   The result of the course is determined by the order in which the noses of the Dogs pass the finish line. Article VIIIMG_4185I. 40 The Times in a course are determined using: 1.   Hand stop watches, or 2.   Electronic time recording, or 3.   Photo or video recording. Article VIII41 in determining the time with the help of hand stop watches is acted as follows: 1.   If two of the three chronometers indicate the same time, they shall be held; 2.   When all three chronometers indicate different times, the middle time is retained; 3.   When the time of the first arriving dog is recorded by two time observers and both do not observe the same time, the least fast time is retained provided that the difference is not greater than 0.1 seconds. In case of greater difference, the average time is kept, rounded up to 0.1 seconds. Article VIII. 42 If the best time of the day or in the finals is decisive for additional prizes, then at equal times the second best times, distinctly the best time in the other courses of the race decide. Article VIII. 43 1.   If a dog is placed before the final but cannot come out of it because of an injury, he will only be deemed to have finished the final prize for the award. 2.   Dogs can be withdrawn without consequences. 3.   If a Greyhound, which has placed itself before the final, is withdrawn, then its place can be taken by the next dog from the intermediate course. At several intermediate intervals the first dog is out of the fastest running. At equal times the fastest time in the first courses is decisive. 4.   In the other varieties the same supplement is applied by a dog from the fastest semi-final. Article VIII. 44 The inspectors may, when publicising the results, indicate the order of entry of the dogs placed and the order of the other dogs as ' ex aequo '.

The doping investigation

Article VIII. 45 The international doping rules according to art. 1.10 of the FCI international Ren-en Coursingreglement is valid for the Netherlands.

Chapter III Title 9 coursing

 

Coursingterreinen and Materials

Article IX. 1 1.   The terrain for a coursingwedstrijd must have a surface area, which is sufficiently large for the Commission's assessment and should not consist of only the middenterrein of a racecourse. Some clumps or trees are recommended, provided they do not pose a danger to the dogs. 2.   Any natural and artificial obstacles should not endanger the dogs and not exceed 0.75 metres. Locks, ditches and other obstacles must be noticed by the dogs at least 30 metres in advance, as seen from the dog's perspective. Article IX. 2 1.   The length of the route must be at least 500 and at most 1000 meters for the large races and for the small races at least 400 and at most 700 meters. 2.   The route must be arranged in such a way that it cannot pose a danger to the dogs. 3.   The route must be changed for the second circulation, so that no dog will have to make the route twice in the same direction, except in the case referred to in chapter IX. 46, second paragraph. Article IX. IMG_45843 1.   The distance between the bobbins for the propellant of the hare is dependent on the terrain. Be advised, to maintain a distance of at least 25 meters and not more than 90 meters between the bobbins and a distance of at least 60 meters between the place of the start and the first spool in which the first hook may not be more sharp than 90 degrees. The bobbins should in any case be placed in such a way that a tightly stretched line is kept as low as possible to the ground. For lines running in parallel within eight metres, the bobbins must be positioned in such a way that the height of the tense lines relative to the imaginary tread does not exceed fifteen centimetres. 2.   The bobbins must be clearly marked for the dogs. This marking must be applied in such a way that, when the line is unexpectedly, the line is captured by the marking. When using Poles as marking, this means that the pole is tilted towards the bobbin in the ground so that an over the bobbin line is directed downwards through the obliquely placed pole. 3.   No hooks should be included In the track that are sharper than 60 degrees. Article IX. 4 1.   The line for the purpose of the propellant of the hare must be of a good quality plastic, exhibit little elongation and minimise the risk of cuts. 2.   Nowhere in the route can the line cross-be laid over itself. A closed line system is not allowed. Article IX. 5 1.   The hare must be light in color and weight and at least 0.50 meters long. 2.   The hare must be well visible throughout the course, both for the Turner and for the dogs. Article IX. 6 The turning device must be positioned so that the dogs cannot run against it and the driver has a good view over the entire course. Article IX. 7 1.   The organizer must have sufficient spare material available on the Coursingterrein to ensure the progress of the competition. 2.   The first aid material prescribed by the Commission must be present on the ground. 3.   Within walking distance of the competition area, sanitary facilities and ample parking spaces are available for the participants.

Coursingwedstrijden

Article IX. 8 1.   The Coursingwedstrijden are distinguished in: a.   International Coursingwedstrijden where International Championship prizes (CACIL's) can be obtained on the basis of a F.C.I. Consent granted. Each association may request and organise a maximum of two international coursingwedstrijden. B.   Expired c.   National Coursingwedstrijden; D.   A national championship game on which the title "Dutch champion coursing with year" as referred to in article V. 33A of the Kynologisch regulations can be obtained. This championship game is open to all greyhound stadium varieties as well as for the Pharaohound, Podenco Ibicenco, Podenco Canario and Cirneco Dell ' Etna with a valid Dutch start license with the exception of dogs with a starter license for the Plus and XL class. The dogs with a starter license for the plus class run a coursing under the national Ren and Coursingreglement and do not have to meet the special requirements for the championship game. The winners of the plus classes will be given the title National plus champion coursing with a year on the understanding that this is not a pedigree title. They get an orange honor deck. On the day of the championship race are also competitions for the "Holland Cup" which are open to the participation of dogs with a starting license for the Whippet XL class as well as for Basenjis and Podengo's Português and in possession of a valid Dutch start license.  The Dogs participating in the Holland Cup run under the national Ren and coursingreglement and do not have to meet the special requirements for the championship game. During the weekend of the championship no other competitions can be organised. E.   A European Championship game to be awarded the F.C.I. Championship title "European Champion coursing with year". These competitions are organised by a member of the FCI, on the appointment of the FCI Greyhound Stadium Commission. The FCI international Ren-en Coursingreglement applies here. F.   Invitation competitions, which are open to dogs with a valid start-up license and which are owned by members of the organizer or members of one other Windhondenren association invited by the organizer to competition in the Netherlands or abroad. G.   Demonstration competitions, which are held to give prominence to the coursingsport and to improve the financial position of the organizer. H.   Club competitions, which are open to dogs who have the organizer as a home association. 2.   These rules apply to all national competitions, in international competitions, these rules apply to classes that run nationally, such as plus class, Basenjis and Podengo Português, and also to the extent that international Competitions the FCI international Ren-en Coursingreglement does not provide. 3.   If the organisation of a European championship coursing is assigned to the Netherlands, the Commission will organise this competition with the participation of all the coursing associations. 4.   The Commission can grant an association the right to organise a classic competition once a year, which excels in design and organisation while the prices are accordingly. This right shall be granted only by the Commission. The Commission will withdraw this right if the implementation of the competition does not meet the requirements in the Commission's view. Article IX. IMG_42889 1.   Start authorized dogs with a valid Dutch or foreign start license. 2.   Dogs run per race and in pairs, except by the Keur masters to determine exceptions. If at least three males and three females are at the start per race, the sexes are separated, except for the Whippets that are always separated. With the exception of participants in the Holland Cup, at a Dutch championship race the sexes will only be separated if there are at least four males and four females at the start. Whippets also run at a Dutch championship game always separated regardless of the number of starting dogs. The title Dutch champion coursing with year is only available if there are at least four dogs in a class at the start. 3.   A full match consists of two outwalks. 4.   If less than 2 dogs are registered in a class, the organiser must cancel the coursing for this class. The registered dog can run a demonstration in consultation with the owner. The result of the demonstration must be recorded in the Hondenpas by the competition secretariat. The demonstration counts for the qualification for a national and international kampioenschapscoursing. Article IX. 10 1.   The Commission shall publish each year in good time the conditions to be observed when organising the national championship competition. 2. A. The organisation of this competition will be delegated to a Coursinggevende association which, in the opinion of the Commission, can provide sufficient guarantees for the smooth and proper conduct of the competition, taking into account, among other things, the state of the terrain, equipment and material and the organisational capacity of the association. 2. B. The championship race has to take place in an area where the three preceding months have not been contested. The terrain must have at least the following size: Length 225 meters, both widths each 125 meters. The length of the trail must be at least 700 and at most 1000 meters for the large races and for the small races at least 550 meters and at most 700 meters. 3.   If the second member cannot find an application, the Commission will organise the national championship game itself using the best officials from the various Coursinggevende associations. The Commission also identifies the area in which the competition will be conducted.

Conditions for organising

Article IX. 11 1.   The Windhondenren associations wishing to organise in any year competitions referred to in article IX. 8 (1) (a), (c) and (d) must submit a request to the Commission before 1 November of the preceding year to allocate the dates they want to them under Indication of the species or types of competitions that they wish to organise on those dates. The Commission shall notify its decision to these requests before 1 February of the year in question to the associations which have submitted a request. The Commission shall also determine a date on which the Windhondenren associations may organise clubcoursings to which any club title is linked. 2.   For the purpose of organising a coursingwedstrijd as referred to in article IX. 8.1 A, C, D and F, the prior written authorization of the Commission shall be required. A license is granted exclusively to a Windhondenren association. 3.   The results given by the Commission on the application for authorisation shall be binding. Article IX. 12 1.   A request for authorisation must be submitted to the Commission by means of forms made available by the Commission at least four weeks before the day on which the competition is to be held. 2.   The authorization granted by the Commission must be present at the competition secretariat on the day of the competition. The costs of a licence shall be determined by the Commission at the tariffs decision. Article IX. 13 1.   The authorization shall be refused if the request or contest fails to comply with the requirements of this regulation or the interests of the Greyhound stadium racing otherwise be harmed by the granting of the authorization. 2.   However, the authorisation may be granted if the objections referred to in the first paragraph can be overcome by imposing conditions which may, where necessary, derogate from the request. 3.   However, the authorisation shall in any event be refused if; A.   The licence has been requested by a person other than a Windhondenren association. B.   The competition will be held in an area which, in the Commission's view, is inappropriate. C.   The contest will be held on dates, which are not assigned to the applicant pursuant to Article IX. 11.1, unless it is a competition for which the assignment is not required or in the Coursingkalender is still possible in a responsible manner. D.   In the Commission's view, the organizer has a backlog in the payments to be made to the Commission. E.   The organizer has failed to copy their valid policy W.A. Insurance to the Commission. Article IX. 14 1.   The organiser decides which prizes will be used. Any commission directives are taken into account. 2.   It is not allowed to praise prizes, for winning which is required to participate in one or more other competitions, in the same field and/or organized by the same organizer. Article IX. 15 The organizer shall indicate on the notice of deregistrationIMG_4398: A.   The name of the organizer; B.   Location, date and time of the match; C.   The nature of the competition; D.   Minimum ages required; E.   The amount of the enrolment fees; F.   Description of the terrain; G.   Date and time of the closing of the registration and the address details of the enrolment address; H.   Description of the hare technique; I.   Information about accommodation options; J.   The names of the Keur masters. K.   The possibility of control measurements in foreign Whippets and Italian greyhounds, which are not included in the Dutch database or dogs that are included in the Dutch database but are measured with tolerance. Article IX. 16 1.   The organizer insures against damage, resulting from civil liability against third parties. 2.   A copy of a valid policy signed by the organizer shall be sent to the Commission at the beginning of each year, article IX. 17 1.   In the case of international competitions with CACIL as referred to in article IX. 8, first paragraph (a), a veterinarian must be present throughout the competition. 2.   If at other competitions a veterinarian is not present during the whole race, the presence of a first aid for animals is obligatory. This should know where in serious cases he can immediately reach a veterinarian. 3.   The name, address and telephone number of the veterinarian distinguish the first aid for animals is mentioned in the programme. 4.   If a veterinarian is present, the Keur Masters must consult him in case of illness or injuries. The therapists will ban sick or injured dogs for the further duration of the competition if the veterinarian deems it necessary. Article IX. 18 The organizer shall owe a payment to the Commission for each participating dog, the amount of which shall be determined by the Commission in the event of a tariff decision. The Commission stands for the Dutch coursing Championship guarantee the registration fee of 60 dogs including the Holland Cup. The guarantor is the registration fee per dog minus the stipulated payment. Article IX. 19 within 72 hours of the end of the competition, the organizer shall send to the Commission two fully completed programmes, two approval reports, the assessment states completed by the Keur masters of the performance of the dogs and the retained Start licenses. Article IX. 20 1.   All sums owed to the Commission shall be transferred to the Commission within two weeks of the date of the relevant account. 2.   For each reminder issued by the Commission after the expiry of the period referred to in the first paragraph, the amount due shall be increased by an amount to be determined by a tariff decision. 3.   The Commission may request that an organizer failing to fulfil its financial obligations permit and request the start-up licence and revoke the licences granted. Article IX. 21 1.   For each national championship game and classic Coursingwedstrijd, the Commission shall designate a delegate who represents the Commission during the competition. The Commission may also designate a delegate for other Coursingwedstrijden. 2.   The delegate shall, on behalf of the Commission, monitor officials, premises and materials, the conduct of the competition and compliance with these rules and other applicable provisions. 3.   The delegate has, after having heard the opinion of the electoral Masters, an advisory vote at the Keur Masters if he is requested to do so or when he finds the giving of advice necessary. 4.   The delegate shall report to the Commission in writing of his findings. This will send a copy of the report to the organizer. 5.   The Commission may, for a national competition, establish an observer with a special task to be determined by the Commission. This observer shall report to the Commission in writing of his findings. 6. In the case of high temperatures and extreme weather conditions, the organising association shall abide by the rules in Appendix 4.

Officials and Competition Secretariat

Article IX. 22 1.   The Commission appoints each coursingwedstrijd. At Coursingtitelwedstrijden, if possible, six judges plus one reserve are designated, with three judges assessing the first circulation and the remaining three the second circulation. The clubcoursings are designated by the organizer. At least twice a season, the Commission shall inform the judges appointed by the Council of the competitions they have designated as judges. 2.   The organiser designates for each coursingwedstrijd:IMG_4374 a.   Text expired B.   a coursingleider; C.   a starter; D.   a screwdriver; E.   A competition secretary; F.   A speaker. Article IX. 23 1.   The judges shall supervise compliance with these rules and other applicable provisions, the functioning of officials, assess the performance of the dogs or supervise them, and fix the results. 2.   No appeal is open against decisions of the judge. It must be given immediate effect. The officials must adhere to the instructions of the electoral masters. The Keur Masters can correct an official if necessary. This should be done via the Coursingleider. By unwillingness, the Keur Masters may replace the official. This should be included in the report so that the Commission can continue to deal with the matter. Article IX. 24 1.   As a judge, subject to article IX. 25, second paragraph, only those who have been appointed as international judge for coursing by the Board of Directors, on a proposal from the Commission, may be designated. An appointment is only one season valid. Approvers must be able to legitimize themselves at all times. 2.   The Commission will arrange the training and examinations to be appointed as an international judge for coursing. Each year the Commission organises a meeting in a central location for all the host masters and a meeting for the Masters of coursing during the weekend of the Dutch coursing championship. Article IX. 25 1.   A judge may only hold a Foreign Office with prior authorisation from the Commission. The request must be submitted in writing to the Commission in good time. 2.   By derogation from article IX. 24 (1), the Commission may authorise the action of a foreign judge if the Commission has found that the judge in his country has jurisdiction as an international judge for Coursing to act. Article IX. 26 1.   The Judge Corps consists of two judges and one reserve judge. At international competitions, at least one foreign judge is appointed. The organizing association should invite this judge and bear the costs thereof. 2.   The judges assess the dogs according to the system which is laid down in the F.C.I. international Ren-en coursing regulations. 3.   The judges are to be scattered throughout the terrain and assess the dogs as much as possible from the start until the artificial hare rests at the reception and takes all other decisions. The Keur Masters must put their names on the assessment forms, write down the points clearly legibly and do not have to add up the points of the five headings. If the competition secretariat does not have any assessment forms available on which the course numbering is already completed, the Judge Masters shall, on the initiative of their Chairperson, make an appointment on the course numbering so that, in the event of failure or A course still the right points to go to the right dogs. The use of talkies for passing points is only permitted if separate channels are used for each judge. Communication between the Keur masters via talkies is not allowed. In the case of failure to do so, this should be indicated on the label. 4.   The Keur masters are not in office during all classes of the class, in which a dog belonging to them belongs. During these courses they are exclusively available for the participants. Article IX. 27 The electoral masters shall draw up a report in which they mention: 1.   Any offence committed before, during or after the competition, to the extent that it has been informed and complaints about the behaviour of participants; 2.   The exclusions imposed by them of (further) participation and initiation are prohibited, stating the relevant facts and the names of the persons and dogs concerned; 3.   Any other matter from which communication to the Commission is required or desired. The associations should use the latest version of the approval report. After the competition, the competition secretariat must send a fully completed programme and a report completed and signed by the Keur Masters within 48 hours to the Secretariat and the Administrator of the Commission. Article IX. 28 1.   The Coursingleider is supervising the entire technical preparation and execution of the competition and, in consultation with the supervisors, ensures that the competition is as smooth as possible. 2.   The coursingleider checks whether the material is functioning properly and whether the terrain poses no danger to the dogs. He will make improvements if necessary. 3.   The Coursingleider forms the link between the participants and the electoral masters. 4.   Only those who have been recognised by the Commission as such can be appointed to Coursingleider. To be recognized as a coursingleider, you must have passed the judge exam and have walked twice in an experienced coursingleider. Coursingleiders must be able to legitimize itself at all times. Article IX. IMG_450329 The starter is charged with the work associated with the start of the dogs. Article IX. 30 the screwdriver ensures that the hare is propelleded after the sign given by the starter and is used at the right speed throughout the course. Article IX. 31 the Competition secretary is responsible for the administrative preparation of a competition, the administrative work during the competition and the administrative settlement of the competition. A competition secretary must have an administrative school and have a good knowledge of the course of events during a competition and of all the regulatory provisions. The organizer may stipulate that the competition Secretary shall be assisted by one or more persons under his responsibility. The competition Secretary and the aforementioned persons form the Competition secretariat together. The name of the competition secretary is mentioned in the competition programme. The competition secretariat only has a serving role, they refrain from unsolicited expressing their views on any aspect of the competition to the judges or a judge. Article IX. 32 The Speaker is responsible for the timely summoning of the dogs and of other notices of the electoral masters and/or the competition secretariat. He observes the instructions of the Keur masters. He refrains from communications related to past performance of the coursing dogs.

Registration and admission

Article IX. 33 1.   For a coursingwedstrijd, only wind dogs as well as Podencos Ibicenco, Podencos Canario, Pharaohounds, Podengo's Portuges, Cirneco's and Basenjis from Group 5 can be registered on the day of the match at least: a.   15 months old if they belong to the varieties Whippet, Italian Greyhound, Cirneco, Basenji, Podengo Portuges Medio and Pequeno B.   18 months of age if they belong to the other varieties and for which there is a valid coursinglicentie as referred to in article IX. 34 or, to the extent that the owner is a resident abroad, has a valid ren or coursinglicentie that is Issued by an organisation operating under the authority of a F.C.I. Recognized body. 2.   If the start licence referred to in the first paragraph has been issued abroad, the dog must also be registered on the day of registration in a F.C.I. Recognised foreign studbook attitude. The Commission may grant exemption from the first paragraph under conditions. 3.   Pursuant to article V. 33A of the Kynologisch regulations, only dogs which have reached the age of 18 months on the day of the competition can be registered for a national coursing championship competition. They must have a valid Dutch coursinglicentie. Dogs that are measured as referred to in article VI. 27.13, as well as Basenjis and Podengo's Português are excluded from participating in a national championship game. For a national championship race only dogs may be registered, who participated in at least two national or international coursings in the Netherlands and/or abroad, the last Two without disqualification. Disqualification between the closing date and the date of the championship closes participation. Dogs who are injured during the first circulation of a coursing and must be withdrawn for that reason are expected to have successfully completed the coursing. The Commission may grant dispensation on the basis of special circumstances. Dogs imported from abroad, already in possession of a coursinglicentie, may be registered for a national championship race only if it can be demonstrated that they are at least six months before the day of the Championship in the Netherlands have been introduced and after the import to at least three Coursingwedstrijden have participated, of which a minimum of 1 game must be run in the year that the Championship race is held. Article IX. 34 1.   A coursinglicentie is issued by the Commission. Coursingwedstrijden can only be taken by dogs, with a valid start-up license issued by the Commission. In order to issue a coursing and launch license and to overwrite a starting license on the name of a new owner, an amount to be determined at the rates decision shall be payable. If the Commission considers that the state in which a start-up licence is being used is in the way of its effective use, it may involve the start-up license. The Commission shall, on request, waive a duplicate of a start-up license that has been withheld or retained on the basis of the previous sentence, against payment of the fee for a starting license as stated in the tariffs decision. An issued start license remains the property of the Commission. Participants are obliged to pass on the results obtained abroad to the Commission. The validity of a start-up license expires at the end of the Coursingseizoen for which it was issued or if the owner of the dog is not a member of the Home Association which has applied for the start licence where the Home association is the Commission Immediately from the end of the membership. A starting licence which, in connection with a penalty imposed on the owner of the dog, may not be used or whose validity has lapsed, must be returned to the Commission without delay. For dogs of the breeds that need to be measured and are dimensioned because they are too high, a starter license for the Sprinter class is issued for national competitions as referred to in article IX. 8. C. A. Starting licences are issued only for dogs that are:-15 months old if they belong to the varieties Whippets, Italian greyhounds, Cirneco, Basenji, Podengo Portuges Medio and Pequeno and those at the beginning of the calendar year the age of eight Have not yet reached the age of 18 months if they belong to the other varieties and which, at the beginning of the calendar year, have not yet reached the eight-year period,-which are registered in the Dutch studbook position as belonging to one of the win Dhondenrassen, Podenco Ibicenco, Podenco Canario, Pharaohound, CirnecIMG_4593o, Podengo Portuges or Basenji. -for which a HONDENPAS has been issued. -owned by a member of the Windhondenren Association requesting the start license. B. A starting license must be requested from the Commission by the Dog's home association, using a form available to the Commission. If a dog is requested for the first time, the application must be accompanied by:-A copy of the pedigree; -a copy of the registration certificate; -A copy of the Union booklet showing that the dog has not been vaccinated for more than 12 months in advance against canine sickness, hepatitis, leptospirosis, Parvo and kennel cough; -A copy of the Union booklet showing that the dog has a rabies vaccination, which is valid at least until the end of the race season; -A picture of 6 × 4 cm. With the entire dog with the head to the right. -A haasvastverklaring or a good round declaration as referred to in article VI. 19 or a valid renlicentie; -For the varieties to be measured, a copy of the measurement report referred to in article VI. 26 paragraph 5. Applications for starting licenses for a new Coursingseizoen must be submitted annually before the start of the new season. The application must be accompanied by:-The starting license of the dog concerned for the preceding season; -a copy of a valid certificate of vaccination against rabies in the event that the graft is not valid throughout the new season; -in a case referred to in article VI. 28, first paragraph, and article VI. 29, a copy of the new measurement report. C. A coursinglicentie is issued to the owner of the dog only after the designated Association officer has satisfied that the decks, basket and belt of this owner comply with the requirements and in good And the owner is in possession of these rules. D. In the case of transfer of ownership of a dog with a valid start-up licence, the new owner must submit the licence to the Commission with the modified ascription within two weeks of receipt of the registration certificate, using its home association, with the Request to change the ascription. The request shall be accompanied by a copy of the registration document certifying that the new owner is registered as owner in the Dutch studbook position. 2.  A haasvastverklaring may be issued by three persons empowered to do so by the Commission if the dog has walked two Coursingparcoursen in an association with a rasgenoot. When running abroad, the haasvastverklaring must be signed by three for that purpose by the F.C.I. and/or by the F.C.I. Recognised foreign organisation empowered persons. In the case of a numeric small variety, the routes may be walked with as much as possible equivalent dog of another breed rather than with a rasgenoot. In order to obtain a coursinglicentie, the dog-or a haasvastverklaring, obtained from a ren-or coursingvereniging-connected to the board or in case the declaration is obtained abroad, shall be employed by an association operating under a F.C.I. and/or a F.C.I. Recognised foreign organisation. -or have obtained a good round declaration according to article VI. 19 or are in possession of a valid renlicentie. 3.   Articles VI. 23 to VI. 33 apply to varieties of Whippets and Italian greyhounds.

The contest.

Article IX. 35 1.   Registration may only take place by the owner and in the class for which the start license is in effect. 2.   The registration must be closed no later than 10 days prior to the weekend in which the competition will be held. It is rather closed if it is reached by the organizer certain maximum number of dogs to be enrolled. 3.   A fully completed and signed registration form must be used to register. 4.   Tenders received after the closure of the registration must be refused unless the Keuring Masters authorise a non-timely registered dog to participate. Registration must be made online or from a fully completed and signed enrolment form, which must in any case be stated: A.   Dog breed and sex B.   The full name of the dog, the number of his starting license and the pedigree number; C.   Name, address and email address of the owner; D.   The name of the Home association; E.   The class that is enrolled in. On the registration form, the tenderer must declare: 1.   That, by registering, he accepts the jurisdiction of the Management Board and the operation of the Kynologisch rules and regulations and the relevant implementing rules, and may be considered to be familiar with those regulations and provisions; 2.   That the dog registered by him, to the extent that he is known, has not mistakenly in circumstances during the last twelve weeks in which danger of contamination with dog sickness or any other contagious disease is to be feared, and that he does not meet with the dog The competition will take part if the conditions are still to be taken. Article IX.IMG_4351 36 tenders may be refused only on the basis of the provisions of this Regulation. Article IX. 37 in the form of registration, the organizer shall send a confirmation of participation in good time before the competition. If a competition is canceled, the organizing association must inform the designated Masters by telephone. Article IX. 38 text lapses. Article IX. 39 1.   The registration fee must be paid at the latest upon admission. 2.   If a registered dog is not present for sickness or otherwise, or is not admitted to the competition under the Rules of procedure, the registration fee remains due. The registration fee is never refunded, unless otherwise provided in these rules. Article IX. 40 1.   Before the dogs are allowed to participate in the competition at an international competition and a national championship race, they are examined by a veterinarian designated for this purpose. Also the dogs that start in trial and licence run must be examined by this vet. This veterinarian may refuse access to dogs that may pose an infection risk to animals or humans present. 2.   In any case are not allowed: a.   Dogs with an ear or skin condition; B.   Dogs with pests; C.   Females with vaginal outflows; D.   Dogs with offensive injuries for the public. E.   Sick dogs and dogs that are suspected of being sick; F.   Dogs that are clearly visible in discondition or are injured; G.   Pregnant bitches. 3.   Also on national competitions, paragraph 2 applies where the decision lies with the vet. 4.   No appeal is possible against the decision of the veterinarian and the electoral Masters 5.   In the presence of a veterinarian, medicinal products may be administered to a dog only by this veterinarian before or during a competition. If, in the absence of a veterinarian, this administration is done by someone else, the keuring Masters shall make a start ban on the dog concerned for the remainder of the competition. If a dog encounters a disease or injury during the race, the handler must immediately inform the Coursingleider. If a vet is present, consult the Coursingleider. He then advises the Keur masters about the further participation of the dog in the competition. The Keur Masters can impose a starting ban on the dog for the remainder of the competition and must do so if the veterinarian advises. 6.   Participation in a national championship competition shall not be permitted for dogs which have been subject to a start ban by the Commission for that competition because, in the Commission's view, they could interfere with a Smooth and smooth course of the match. The decision to impose the start prohibition shall be communicated to the owner of the dog, giving reasons. Article IX. 41 The handler must issue the start or coursinglicentie as well as the Hondenpas to the competition secretary, failing this and when it appears that the dog is enrolled in a class to which his starting license does not give access, the Approve the dog's admission to participate in the contest.

Course of events during the competition

Article IX. 42 The judges may void a course and allow it to be overflown if, in their opinion, the outcome of the course cannot be accepted for breach of regulatory provisions or otherwise. The organizer and the Keur Masters ensure that the race is smoothly completed without a long break, and that the dogs do not have to start more often than is necessary for a good and smooth running of the competition and for the determination of a fair Result. Article IX. 43 The dogs must be kept on a leash during the competition, except when they are running their courses. After the catching, the dogs must be leashed immediately. The handler takes care that his dog is equipped with a sound collar with buckle or snap closure and line. The line must be fitted with a proper bayonet closure. Article IX. 44 See also Appendix 2 on Rendekken TheI. Dana R Ealasaid W 5 dogs wear a muzzle and a red or white Rendek or Sheena while walking their courses. These rendekken or gilets do not have to be digitized. Rendekken, gilets and muzzles shall comply with the requirements laid down by the Commission in Appendix 2. Italian greyhounds do not have to wear a muzzle if the owners of both dogs in the course are so desired. The dog must be muzzled and have a Rendek or Sheena before entering the race site and must keep it on and on until he has left the ground. The handler takes care that his dog carries the Rendek or Sheena for that course while walking every course.  Dogs awarded the title Dutch champion coursing by year must wear the work deck during national competitions during the remainder of the year until the second circulation in which the same title is run, with the other dog then under White runs. If, according to the classification system in the second circulation in one course, two dogs should wear a work deck, the lowest placed dog will wear the white Rendek or Sheena. Article IX. 45 1.   Immediately before the start of the competition, the race route will be carried out by the Coursingleider, together with the Turner and the driver, and if appropriate the delegate is approved to comply with the regulations, safety and practicability. Where necessary, changes shall be made to the appointment of the electoral masters. In addition, the Masters adopt the materials to be used for usability and satisfaction with the regulations. In particular cases, the Commission may appoint a member of its centre to approve the site and all materials to be used, between three days and 24 hours prior to the start of the competition, on usability and satisfaction with the requirements. The organiser may object to the Commission against a decision to censure. If the site has been disapproved by the above-mentioned Commissioner or by the President of the Electoral Masters, the contest will be cancelled and the registration fees already paid must be reimbursed. 2.   It is not allowed to allow the participating dogs on the day of the race to explore the terrain. 3.   It is not allowed to Trainingscoursen before or during the competition or within half an hour after the last course. 4.   Before the start of the competition, a maximum of 3 test runs may be run for the control of the material to be used. 5.   If a licence is run during a competition, it must be classified after the test run and before the start of the Wedstrijdcoursen. Both the trial run and the license run must be listed in the program. 6.  The Dogs present on site must participate in the contest for which they are registered, unless they are excluded by the keuring masters of (further) participation or the handler has reported to the coursingleider that he is withdrawing the dog from the competition . 7.   The organizer shall ensure that on a board of sufficient size the number of the course which is the turn is indicated. 8.   Participants are not allowed to contact the Keur Masters directly, but only through the coursingleider. 9.   The participating dogs must be present and notified on site at least half an hour before the start of the competition. Article IX. 46 1.   The task of the Competition secretariat includes: A.   Taking care of the administrative equipment for the electoral masters in which the latest versions should be used; B.   Registering the presence of the participating dogs and collecting the registration fees; C.   Ensuring sufficient administrative control of the veterinarian's inspections; D.   Record the points of the judges in the programme of the contest per course; E.   The record of exclusions from (further) participation, of starting bans and of all the facts and decisions desired by the judges; F.   The filling of the dog passes and the starting licences for disqualifications; G.   It possibly in consultation with the Coursingleider classifying the dogs for the first circulation, in pairs, watching age, experience, previous performance and speed. Dogs of one owner shall not, if possible, be classified in the same course; H.   Using the classification system the layouts for the second circulation, possibly in consultation with the Coursingleider and taking into account the instructions of the Keur Masters; I.   Publish the divided pairs to the participants in good time; J.   For the benefit of the Keur masters, they shall have all the regulations, implementing rules and circulars in force; K.   The withholding of the starting license in all cases in which it is prescribed; L.   Ensuring the signature of the fully completed inspection report by all the electoral masters; M.   Send to the Secretariat and the Administrator of the Commission, within 72 hours of the end of the competition, all relevant documents.. 2.   An odd number of dogs runs in the last course of the first circulation or in an extra course for the Second Circuit, the remaining dog against the dog with the worst result from all previous courses. The latter dog does not run in the second circulation. If the classification system is used by means of a A computer runs on an odd number of dogs one dog solo: a. If circumstances require one dog to run solo, a begeleidehond may be used at the request of the owner and in consultation with the Coursingleider, provided that the following conditions Meets:-The dog must be at least 18 months old, Whippets, Italian greyhounds, Podengo Portuges Medio and Pequeno, Cirneco's and Basenjis must be at least 15 months old. -The dog must be in possession of a valid ren or coursinglicentie or prove to be a good round or haasvastverklaring-the dog must be of a matching breed for the dog that is accompanied-the dog runs outside competition 3.   All dogs run two courses a day. 4.   The Keur Masters, who have heard the Coursingleider, can change the layout of the first circulation set by the Competition secretariat, even if it has been printed in the competition programme. 5.   For national championship competitions, a representative of the Commission shall make the layouts for the first circulation in consultation with the competition secretariat of the Executive Association. The further classifications on the day itself are made by the competition secretariat in consultation with the delegate. Article IX. 4IMG_44267 1.   The handler must be present with his dog in time at the start. 2.   A dog that is not present at the start at the time when it should be launched is excluded by the electoral masters of (further) participation in the competition. Article IX. 48 1.   Before starting the dogs, the starter checks the "seat" of the muzzle and the Rendek/Sheena and whether both meet the requirements. If the defects found by the starter in muzzle or Rendek/sheena cannot be recovered immediately and replacement by other material is not possible, then he closes the dog off the start, unless, as far as the Rendek/Sheena is concerned, by the Approvers have been given permission to start without Rendek/sheena. 2.   When the dogs are ready, red right and white left, the starter gives the Turner the sign to put the hare in motion. If the art hare has sufficient speed and distance, the starter gives the handlers the command to let go of the dogs. Article IX. 49 1.   In the case of a start error, the approvers can recommend a restart, depending on the severity of the error. The starter must report irregularities at the start immediately to the electoral masters. 2.   The Keur masters can determine points deduction for the dog concerned. Article IX. 50 in the case of a hare fracture, the approvers shall decide on an immediate restart or the course to be overflown, taking into account a sufficient rest period for the dogs. Article IX. 51 If the dogs have lost the hare, the approvers decide whether or not the course will be considered as terminated from the relevant place. Article IX. 52 The approvers may fix points deductions for dogs that delay the course or the game or the handler does. Article IX. 53 1.   To attacking and disturbing dogs and dogs who stop for the electoral cause during the course, as well as dogs that remain with the owner after the start signal or otherwise withdraw and dogs that, instead of the artificial hare, do not Competitor Achternalopen is subject to a starting ban for the remainder of the competition. A.   Attacking dogs are understood to be dogs that do not focus their attention on the art hare, but attack their opponents or try to attack them, so that they are hindered in a normal course progress. The immediate next weathering of an attacked dog is not considered as attacks. B.   Dogs are understood to be animals that do not focus their interest on the art bunny and do not walk their own course, while hindering the other dog. C.   If a dog uses his body to provide free job without attacking, and continues to focus his attention on the art hare, it is not considered disturbing or attacking. D.   Any application of this first paragraph with the exception of C. is registered by the Competition secretariat as "DISQ" in the Hondenpas and on the start license. After each second and subsequent disqualification within a Renseizoen, the starting license is retained by the competition secretariat and sent to the Commission. 2.   Keur Masters can exclude a dog for a day of participation if the dog does not have the required condition for the competition. The view of the vet is decisive. If no veterinarian is present, the opinion of the electoral Masters is decisive. If a dog is excluded for a day of participation in the competition, it will be registered as "exclusion for the day" in the Hondenpas. Article IX. 54 The handler ensures that he, or someone on his behalf, is present at the reception to catch and stroke his dog and leave the trail without hindering the progress of the race. He shall not impede the view of the Masters and must observe the instructions of the starter and/or Coursingleider. If the combination of start-up and capture is practically impossible and the handler is not available, he reports this to the Coursingleider, who will take care of the expert catching of the dog. A handler of an aggressive dog should report this to the Coursingleider, who can take care of assistance with the reception. Article IX. 55 All prices shall, if possible, be awarded to the rightholders immediately after the results have been determined. If and insofar as the ceremony is not possible on the day of the competition, the organizer shall send the prizes to the rightholders within one month. Article IX. 56 1.   Anyone who is involved in any way in the organisation of the competition may not participate in toto or bets directly or indirectly during the competition. They shall abstain on the day of the competition until the end of their function fulfilment of the use of alcoholic beverages. 2.   The Commission exercises control over how officials perform their duties. The Commission may withdraw the recognition of an official, stating its reasons, if it is clearly inadequate in its function of fulfilment. 3.   During the competition only access to the terrain: a.   Members of the organizer's board, in so far as the fulfilment of a task entrusted to it is necessary; B.   Officials, insofar as the fulfilment of their duties makes it necessary, and the delegated; C.   Members of the Commission, solely for the purpose of exercising control; D.   Persons expressly empowered to do so by the Coursingleider; E.   Handlers, only to bring their dogs to the start or catch.

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Article IX. 57 The international doping regulations according to article 1.10 of the F.C.I. international Ren-en Coursingreglement is valid for the Netherlands.

Final determination

Article IX. 58 1.   The Commission may, in addition to the provisions of this chapter, adopt further directives which may not be contrary to the rules laid down in this chapter. 2.   The directives referred to in paragraph 1 shall enter into force only after they have been approved by the Management Board, have been forwarded to the Windhondenren associations, have been made publicly available and the publication referred to in paragraph 3 shall take place Had. 3.   The availability referred to in the second paragraph shall be published in the Kynologische Press, stating the subjects covered by the directives. 4.   To the extent not regulated in this chapter IX, the provisions of chapter I and the appendices of this Coursingreglement.

Chapter IV Penalties

General

Article X. 1 This chapter applies to job and Coursingwedstrijden.

Special bans

Article X. 2 It is forbidden to oppose the electoral masters or judgements and indications of the Judge Masters. Article X. 3 It is forbidden to have Afghans, Saluki's and Barsoi's in a competition other than natural hair to participate in a contest. Article X. 4 It is prohibited to administer a dog in the field of the racecourse or the Coursingwedstrijd, or in its immediate vicinity, before or during the courses to which he is required to participate, food or drink, to which medicinal products referred to in article VI. 13 of the Kynologisch rules of procedure or articles VIII. 45 and IX. 57 have been added. Article X. 5 1.   It is prohibited to publicly denounce allegations of doping if it does not at the same time submit an official complaint on the subject and is guarantor of the costs of the investigation. 2.   It is prohibited to cooperate adequately in an investigation as referred to in articles VIII. 45 and IX. 57 article X. 6 for text see Chapter VI. 32

Penalties

Article X. 7 The Judge Masters may exclude a person and/or dog (s) from (further) participation in the competition for acts or omissions in violation of the Kynologisch rules of procedure or with these rules or the implementing rules based thereon. Article X. 8 A. The Commission may exclude a person and/or dog (s) from participating in other contests within one month for acts or omissions in violation of the Kynologisch rules of procedure or with these rules or the implementing rules based thereon. B. The measuring committee can exclude an owner/handler and his dog (s) from the measurement procedure in case the owner/handler before, during and/or after the measurement-. Paws is used, Onwelvoeglijke language, insults and/or threats, or otherwise unbecoming behaves against the members of the measuring committee. Paws and/or threatening is opposite the dog to be measured article X. 9 The Commission may take an official's jurisdiction for within one month of the relevant competition to deprive other contests for acts or omissions contrary to the Kynologisch rules or the implementing rules based thereon. Article X. 10 1.   If one of the articles X. 7 to X. 9 is applied, the parties concerned shall be given the opportunity to defend themselves. 2.   The decision shall be communicated to the person concerned as soon as possible orally or in writing, stating the reasons. An oral communication shall be confirmed in writing as soon as possible.

Start banned

Article X. 11  

1.   If the keuring masters have imposed a dog twice in a competition season for a ban on the prohibition under Article VIII. 30 or article IX. 53, the Commission may impose a start ban on this dog for a maximum of three next weekends In which competitions are held. 2.   If, in the same competition season, the Keuring Masters have imposed a ban on the start of the dog under article VIII. 30 or article IX. 53, the Commission may again impose a ban on this dog for a maximum of seven Next weekends in which competitions are held. 3.   If, in the same competition season, the Keuring Masters have imposed a ban on the dog under Article VII 1.30 or article IX. 53, the Commission may again impose a start ban on this dog for a maximum of seven Next weekends in which competitions are held. Article X. 12 when applying article X. 11, first, second paragraph, or third paragraph, the starting license shall not be returned until the period of the start ban has expired and after the owner has returned a good round declaration as referred to in article VI. 19 A haasvastverklaring as referred to in article IX. 34 has been submitted to the Commission. Article X. 13 1.   If the electoral masters have imposed a dog four times in two competition seasons a starting ban for disturbing pursuant to article VIII. 30 or article IX. 53, the Commission may revoke the starting licence. 2.   The owner may then, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, stipulate a new starting license for the dog concerned, on the understanding that in this case a new starting license is a good round statement or Haasvastverklaring must be consulted, which is issued by three electoral masters. The Commission may designate a pa171_7118rticular job to be used for this good round of declaration. 3.   The new starter license indicates that it is a refreshed document. Article X. 14 If, after the application of Chapter X. 13, the electoral masters have imposed on the dog concerned a re-commencement ban under Chapter VIII. 30 or Chapter IX. 53, the Commission shall definitively revoke the start-up license. An application for a new starting license is no longer possible. Article X. 15 if, within a period of four weeks, a dog is withdrawn from participation twice because of an injury with the consent of the electoral Masters, the Commission may impose a start ban on this dog for three next weekends in which Competitions are held. The starting license will not be returned until the period of the start ban has expired. Article X. 16 The Commission shall communicate any decision on the basis of this title as soon as possible in writing and motivated to the owner and Home Association concerned.

Chapter V Final PROVISIONS

Article XI. 1 1.   In A tariff decision, the Commission shall determine the amounts payable as compensation for operations and services rendered by or on behalf of it, or as a contribution to the general costs of the Commission. 2.   The tariff decisions referred to in paragraph 1 and the amendments thereto shall enter into force only after they have been approved by the Management Board and forwarded to the Windhondenren associations. Article XI. 2 The Commission may, by way of trial for a maximum of one competition season, adopt provisions derogating from these rules. These provisions require the approval of the Board of directors before they enter into force. Article XI. 3 1.   In all cases where these rules do not provide, the management Board shall decide after consultation with the Commission. 2.   If, however, in a case where the rules do not provide for a decision to be taken during a competition, the electoral masters shall decide. 3.   Where the implementation of any article in these rules leads to an unintended update, the Commission may decide otherwise. Article XI. 4 In Special cases, the Commission may dispense with one or more of the provisions of this Regulation. A decision to grant a dispensation shall be sent to the board of directors and to the Windhondenren Council. Article XI. 5IMG_1990 1. These rules can be cited as ' Ren-en Coursingreglement '. It shall enter into force with effect from the date specified by the Commission on 12 April 2016. 2. All previous performances of the national Ren and Coursingreglement are hereby cancelled and withdrawn. Thus adopted in March 2018, by the Commission for the Greyhound Stadium racing, Johan Vanguard maker, Chairman Anneke de squatter, Secretary version March 2018  

Appendix 2

 

Rendekken and Muzzles

Requirements to RENDEKKEN for track running and examples of admitted muzzles 1. The Rendekken for use in orbiting must be clearly numbered on both sides with figures that are 4 centimeters high for large varieties at least 12 centimeters, for whippets at least 6 centimeters and for Italian greyhounds. The digits must be placed in the side part with the sizes C as shscannen0001own in the drawing at the end of this appendix. 2. The Rendekken must have the following colors: 1. Red-with Figure 1 in white 2. Blue-with Figure 2 in white 3. White-with 3 digit in black 4. Black-with Figure 4 in white 5. Yellow-with 5 digit in black 6. Black/white (horizontal stripe)-with digit 6 in red. Also gilets are allowed provided in the above mentioned colors and numbers. 3. The Commission may provide detailed rules for the implementation of the Rendekken. Requirements for RENDEKKEN at coursing with reference to the provisions of Chapter IX article 44 of the National Ren and coursingreglement is determined, that for Coursingwedstrijden the dogs run with a red or white Coursingdek, which has a clear Guarantee the recognition of the dogs. The drawing below gives an example of commonly used dimensions for sizes A and B. The requirement to be applied to a red or white deck is that the minimum zijoppervlak that is visible at a distance is indicated here globally by the sizes C, at least Meets the minimum size C as shown in the table below. For the large varieties: size A at least 35 cm. (at the widest part measured) size B at least 26 cm. (measured in the middle over the back) sizes C at least 13 cm. (Plane of at least 13x13cm) for the small varieties: size A minimum 24 cm. (at the widest part measured) size B at least 19cm. (measured in the middle over the back) sizes C at least 10cm. (level of at least 10x10cm). In any case, the Coursingdek should be visible at a distance to the Keur Masters in the field. A number on the Coursingdek is allowed on national coursings but not obligatory, no numbers and/or other characters can be put up at international competitions. Apart from Rendekken, it is also allowed to let the dog walk with a white or red sheena. Examples of admitted muzzles: also feather steel wire version is allowed for the top two models. scannen0002scannen0003         scannen0004

Appendix 4  

What to do at temperatures of 28 degrees or higher. If the weather forecasts on the website www.weeronline.nl 28 degrees C. or higher on the day a job renwedstrijd is organized, the classification of the normal programme must be adjusted. The dogs are then classified so that they can get the final in as few courses as possible. Puntencoursen from 3 times running are reduced to 2 times running. The second points course will be decisive in the same number of points. What to do at temperatures of 30 degrees or higher. If the weather forecasts on the website www.weeronline.nl 30 degrees or higher on the day when a job or Coursingwedstrijd is organized, the organizing association must contact the Commission the morning day before the competition.  The Commission will then take a decision on whether or not to continue the competition.  The association is not obliged to send the participants a notice of cancelation, the participant must inform the relevant association. What to do in EXTREME weather conditions. In weather conditions such as heavy storms or near thunderstorms, the orbiting or Coursingwedstrijd be discontinued until the weather is quiet. In no event shall the participants and dogs be allowed to continue the competition. The safety of the public must also remain guaranteed. Course schedule track running at extremely high temperatures: at 4 Dogs 2 times to get points. At 5 Dogs 2 times to points. At 6 Dogs 2 times to get points in series 2 x 3 dogs in final 1 x 6 at 7 Dogs Series 1 x 3, 1 x 4 to 2 pl.              Between Loop 1 x 3 to 2 pl. At 8 Dogs series 2 x 4 at 2 pl.                             ,, 1 x 4 to 2 pl. At 9 Dogs series 1 x 4, 1 x 5 to 2 pl.                   ,, 5 to 2 pl. At 10 Dogs series 2 x 5 at 2 Pl.                          ,, 2 x 3 at 1 pl. In 11 Dog Series 1 x 5, 1 x 6 to 2 pl.                 ,, 1 x 3, 1 x 4 to 1 pl. At 12 Dogs series 3 x 4 at 1 pl.                          ,, 3 x 3 at 1 pl. At 13 Dogs series 3 x 3, 1 x 4 at 1 pl.                ,, 1 x 4, 1 x 5 to 1 pl. With 14 Dogs series 2 x 3, 2 x 4 at 1 pl.               ,, 2 x 5 to 1 pl. At 15 Dogs series 3 x 5 at 1 pl.                           ,, 3 x 4 to 1 pl. At 16 Dog series 4 x 4 at 1 pl.                         ,, 2 x 6 at 1 pl. With 17 Dog Series 1 x 5, 2 x 6 at 1 pl.               ,, 1 x 4, 2 x 5 at 1 pl. At 18 Dogs series 3 x 6 at 1 pl.                         ,, 3 x 5 to 1 pl. In this schedule, all rechances expire.  

Appendix 6

Assessment system at coursing according to the F.C.I. system.

Coursingkeurmeesters must assess the dogs on 5 criteria i.e: 1. Agility 2. Speed 3. Condition 4. Follow 5. Enthusiasm the maximum number of points per criterion is 20. Dogs who have not obtained 50% of the total number of points in the first circulation for no apparent reason may not participate in the second circulation. 2 overruns have to be walked, the points of the two outflows are summed. If there is no possibility for a second circulation, the result is determined by the points obtained in the first circulation. If 2 or more participating dogs have reached an equal number of points (outgoing from 2 run), the dog with the higher number of points in the 2nd round in the final result will be given a higher placement. Should this result still be the same, then the higher number of points in the second round must be looked at in order: agility-speed-fitness-follow-enthusiasm. 1. Agility-the agility of a dog can be judged by:-his rapid twists, provoked by the movements of the hare. -The way he takes the obstacles. -Packing the hare, particularly by a sliding catch of the prey. 2. Speed-This is 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 Keur masters must reward the dog that 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 the dogs must be compared with those 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 does his utmost and catches up with his opponent. Overtaking always takes place between 2 consecutive bobbins. 3. Condition-a good condition of a greyhound can be noticed when he ends his race in a good physical state. 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. 4. Follow is the ability of a dog to follow the hare and always have 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). 5. Enthusiasm-this is the spirit drift during the chase, regardless of the soil condition (crude or with obstacles) and whatever occurs, such as by shooting in curves, falling, and losing sight of the hare. The enthusiasm of a dog can be seen: a. At the start:-the dog is completely concentrated,-the eyes of the dog are focused exclusively on the hare.   B. At the chase of the Hare:-by the continued pursuit of the hare, thus forcing the Turner to accelerate 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.   C. 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 before. Punishing a false start: If the owner releases his dog too early or too late because of a tactical advantage, the Keur Masters may deduct 10% of the number of points obtained by the dog in that course. In case of a false start, the approvers can seek advice from the starter. Too late at the start: If a dog is too late at the start he will be excluded for the rest of the day. Penalties: International: Exclusion: Keur Masters may exclude a dog for the remainder of the day as: A. He remains with his owner after the start signal or the race terrain leaves, b. He does not follow the hare but his opponent, c. He-in the opinion of the vet-has insufficient condition for the match, D. He stops during the course E. He should be encouraged to start running or to run to the finish line by shouting, gestures, whistling or other acts. Disqualification: Keur Masters must disqualify dogs that: a. Other dogs attack or try to attack, B. Want to escape, C. Hinder the progress of the course. Attacking dogs are dogs that do not keep their attention on the hare but attack the other dog or try to attack to prevent them from chasing the hare normally. The immediate defensive response to the attack is allowed. National: Exclusion: Keur masters can exclude a dog for a day of participation if the dog does not have the required condition for the competition. The view of the vet is decisive. If no veterinarian is present, the opinion of the electoral Masters is decisive. Disqualification: The Keur Masters must disqualify a dog that: a. The other dog attacks or tries to attack, B. Which stops without apparent cause during the course, C. Which remains with the owner after the start signal or otherwise withdraws, D. Who does not follow the hare but his opponent, E. Who does not focus his interest on the hare and is no longer running his own course, while hindering the other dog. Disturb If a dog uses his body to provide space without the intention of attacking and continuing to focus his attention on the hare, it is not considered disturbing or attacking.   Arrow

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