Junior Handling Information

 


Junior Zone Reps :

Carola Adams, 1005 Route 10 Hwy,

Noonan, NB  E3A 7H5  506 450-9442
dutchkennels@nb.aibn.com
                           


Zone Finals will be held at the OKC Dog show on June 9 2012

 


Dogs competing in Junior Handling must be entered for that day in one of the
Regular Classes or on Exhibition only. Juniors wanting to enter must make
their entry on a special entry form as provided by the CKC and available
from the show secretary at the show. Dogs being used in the competition MUST
BE OF APPROPRIATE SIZE AND TEMPERAMENT FOR THE JUNIOR HANDLER. In order to
qualify for the zone finals, participation in a minimum of 3 CKC Junior
Handling events is needed.

Classes offered:

PEE WEE: 4-6 inclusive. Non–competitive.

JUNIOR NOVICE: 7-10 years incl. who have not won 6 first places in the same
class with competition.

JUNIOR OPEN: 7-10 Years incl. who have won 6 first places in the same class
with competition.

INTERMEDIATE NOVICE: 11-14 years incl. who have not won 6 first places in
the same class with competition.

INTERMEDIATE OPEN: 11-14 years incl. who have won 6 first places in the same
class with competition.

SENIOR NOVICE: 12 years & up to 18 who have not won 6 first places in the
same class with competition.

SENIOR OPEN: 12 years & up to 18 who have won 6 first places with
competition, or for any handler who has progressed through Jr. Open and
feels he can compete at this level. Also for those who have received
monetary sums for handling.

The most up to date rule amendments concerning age divisions which came into
effect on January 1, 2006 are also posted at www.ckcjuniorhandling.ca in the
NEWS section of the Home page.

Parents & Juniors: Please read the rules carefully so that you or your child
will be entered in the correct class for upcoming 2009 shows! Keep in mind,
that whatever age your child is AS OF DEC 31, 2008 this will be the age
category that your child will fall into for the competition year of 2009.
The Senior Category child is now eligible to compete in Junior Handling
(Senior Classes) until the day he or she turns 18 years of age. The child
ages out when he or she turns 18, so now they will not miss a whole year if
he or she turns 18 at the end of that year.

 

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