THE DOG SHOW

THE DOG SHOW

If you are unfamiliar with the world of the dog shows this brief summary may come in handy for you. Below you can read about the types, process, available titles and ratings of the exhibitions. We hope you will find this small summary useful. It was prepared on the basis of the exhibition regulations of the National Association of Hungarian Dog Breeders (hereinafter: MEOESZ).

  • TYPES OF SHOWS
  • ABOUT THE REGISTRATION
  • THE PROCESS OF THE EXHIBITION
  • CLASSES
  • RESULTS
  • TITLES
  • COMPETITIONS IN THE ORNAMENTAL RING
  • SPECIAL RULES OF THE CHAMPION SHOW

MEOESZ organizes dog shows in its own competence or through a local organization or breed clubs, which can be of the following types:

  • all breed show giving CACIB title
  • all breed show giving CAC title
  • an exhibition giving one or more CAC titles
  • an exhibition giving one or more CAC titles by issuing a club winner title
  • exhibition of international breed organizations in Hungary (eg: Atibox, Interra, IDC, etc.)
  • exhibition giving Derby title
  • Champion show

Only dogs that have a pedigree issued by an FCI member or contract partner and have a unique identifier (tattoo, microchip) can be entered for shows. The dog can only be registered in the name of the owner on the pedigree sheet. The owner of the dog is entitled to register the dog for the show until the expiry of the registration deadline, including the date of any extensions. After that, the entry will not be accepted. Each dog can only be entered in one class. On-site registration at exhibitions is not possible.

In all cases, the registration must be accompanied by:
  • an accurately and legibly completed and signed registration  form
  • a copy on both sides of the FCI certificate of origin
  • proof of payment of the entry fee by the registration deadline (copy of the document certifying the fact of dispatch or transfer)
  • a copy of the certificate approved by the FCI attesting the passing of the compulsory examination for the breed in order to be entered in the class of work
  • A copy of the Champion Certificate (copy of the FCI National or International Champion Certificate) must be attached to entry in the Champion Class.
    • Sick, crippled dogs, dogs with hidden, monocotyledonous, or testicular atrophy, visibly pregnant (about 40 days old), lactating dogs cannot be judged at the shows.

    • It is forbidden to prepare the dog with an agent that changes the color or shape of the coat, skin or nose. Only trimming, shearing, nail trimming, combing and brushing are allowed.

    • Exhibitors are responsible for the safety and physical well-being of their dog at dog shows. It is forbidden to expose the dog to conditions that endanger his health and comfort. Based on this, it is forbidden to leave the dog in a car in cold or warm weather or to abuse it in any form. Violation of these rules will result in a ban on current and future events.

    • Upon entering the exhibition area, the veterinary vaccination certificate of the dogs must be checked, regardless of whether they have been entered for the exhibition or not (have a valid rabies vaccination). If the dog does not have such a card, entry into the show area must be denied.

    • The owner of the dog is responsible for any damage caused by the dogs.

    • Dogs are not allowed in the show area, except at sports shows within the circle. In the exhibition area, dogs must be housed according to their breed, in compliance with animal welfare regulations.

  • It is FORBIDDEN to sell puppies in the exhibition area.
  • The exhibitor is responsible for appearing with the registered dog in the judging circle in time. If the judging of a given class is delayed (arrives after grading), after the judging is completed, you can ask the judge to rate the dog, but you cannot claim to have the winner's title repeated again in case of an excellent qualification. Once the class judging has begun, the handler of the late dog may enter the judging circle only with the special permission of the judge.

  • After the start of the judging, only the judge, the clerk, the ring secretary and, if necessary, the interpreter may be present in addition to the dogs and their handlers in the class to be judged. Exceptions for inspection purposes are the President of the MEOE Association, the President of the Council of External Judges, the Chief Judge, or a person authorized by them. However, no one can interfere in the criticism.

  • An exhibitor who shows unsportsmanlike conduct at the exhibition must be expelled from the exhibition area. He may be held liable in accordance with the provisions of the applicable disciplinary regulations.

  • The exhibitor is obliged to accept the decision of the judge conducting the judging and may not qualify it.

 

  • Offensive, biting dogs cannot be judged at the show.
  • Only dogs in the catalog can be judged at the shows, unless the entrant is innocent, ie his / her entry and entry fee has been certified on time and has been left out of the catalog for administrative reasons.

  • The exhibitor is obliged to clean up the rubbish (faeces) caused by the dog and take it to the designated landfill.

 

  • At the time of the judging, the judge is entitled to verify the unique identification of the introduced dog.
  • In a ring, only one judge can judge at a time, ratings and titles can only be issued by one judge. A trial test does not qualify as a test.

  • If a given breed is judged by several judges, the organizer is obliged to determine in advance which judge will judge according to which breakdown (size, color, coat, entry class). When titles are awarded, it must be clearly stated which judge can award the title. In this case, the judge must make his decision independently of the other judges judging the breed.

 
Compulsory classes at the exhibitions:
  • Puppy class (9-18 months old)
  • Junior class (15-24 months old)
  • Open class (from 15 months)
  • Working class (from the age of 15 months)
  • Champion class (from 15 months)
  • Veteran class (from 8 years old)
Optional classes at the exhibitions:
  • Minor Puppy class (ages 3 to 6 months)
  • Puppy class (6-9 months old)
  • EXCELLENT: Can only be given to a dog that is very close to the ideal breed standard, is presented in excellent condition, has a harmonious and balanced temperament, is high quality, and has an excellent posture. The well-represented breed character of the dog allows minor “imperfections” to be forgotten, but the dog to have typical characteristics appropriate to its sex.

  • VERY GOOD:

    It can only be donated to a dog that has the typical characteristics of its breed, has balanced proportions and is in perfect condition. Some minor errors are tolerable, except for those of a morphological nature. This prize can only be given to a dog that is typical.

  • GOOD:

    It can be given to a dog that has the main characteristics of its breed. Good traits should prevail over defects so that the dog can be considered a good representative of the breed.

  • SUFFICIENT:

    It can be given to a dog that is suitable for its breed but does not have generally accepted characteristics, or whose physical condition leaves something to be desired.

  • DISQUALIFIED (EXCLUDED):

    It must be given to a dog which does not conform to the type prescribed by the breed standard; whose conduct is clearly substandard or aggressive; which has abnormal testicles; whose teeth are defective or incomplete or whose jaw is irregular; whose color and / or coat structure does not conform to the standard or clearly bears signs of albinism. This qualification is also given to dogs that match the individual characteristics of the breed to such an extent that it endangers their health. In addition, dogs that show negative errors with respect to the breed standard will also receive this rating. The review must include the reason why the dog was rated DISQUALIFIED (EXCLUDED).

  • CANNOT BE JUDGED: 

    This assessment can be given to a dog that is not moving, that is lame, that constantly jumps on the handler or tries to get out of the ring, makes it impossible to assess posture and movement, or constantly avoids the judge “examining” and making it impossible for teeth, anatomy and control of structure, tail or testes. This rating is also issued when there are traces of surgery or treatment and it appears that the exhibitor wanted to mislead the judge. The same is true if the judge has reason to suspect an operation that was intended to improve the original features or characteristics (e.g., eyelid, ear, or tail correction). The judging must state the reason why the dog has been classified as CANNOT BE JUDGED.

In addition to the following ratings, the exhibitor will receive the following upon completion of the judging:
  • Excellent: blue rating ribbon  or rating card
  • Very good: red rating ribbon or rating card
  • Good: yellow rating ribbon or rating card
  • Sufficient: green rating ribbon or rating card

Dogs that were excellent and at least very good in each class should be ranked from 1st to 4th places. Dogs nominated in the minor puppy and puppy class will receive “very promising”, “promising” and “less promising” rating cards, and the judge will select the dog that can compete in the Best In Show program of the ornamental ring after gender classification. Qualifications other than the above are not considered to be FCI approved ratings.

  • Hungarian Prima Junior (HPJ):

    This title can go to the dog in the junior class with an "Excellent I." result. It can be issued by gender. The title is accompanied by a blue and white rating tape or rating card.
  • CAC, res.CAC:

    In the junior, open and working class "Excellent I."  certified dog can receive a CAC title. To a dog with "Excellent II." rsult a res.CAC title may be issued. Both titles are awarded by class and gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating ribbon or rating card.

  • Champion CAC, Champion res.CAC:

    In the Champion class "Excellent I."  certified dog can receive the title of “Champion CAC”. The "Excellent II." can receive a  “Champion res.CAC” title. Both titles are awarded by gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating ribbon or rating card.

  • Veteran CAC, Veteran res.CAC:In the veteran class "Excellent I." certified dog can receive the title of “Veteran CAC”. A “Vet res.CAC” title may be issued to an "Excellent II." certified dog. Both titles are awarded by gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating strip or rating card.
  • CACIB:

    The best of the CAC title dogs in the junior, open, working and Champion class can get the CACIB title expectation, it is issued by gender. A CACIB title can only be worn if it has been officially confirmed by the FCI. The expectation is accompanied by a nationally colored certification cord with gold or a certification rosette and certification address card. The wording "subject to FCI re-certification" must appear on the address card.

  • Reserve CACIB:

    After issuing the CACIB expectation, the judge will invite the dog with the Res.CAC title in the CACIB title to the competition left in the judge's circle and will select the dog with the Res.CACIB title from this competition. This title can be issued if the judge is convinced that the dog receiving the Res.CACIB title would receive the CACIB expectation if the dog receiving the CACIB expectation would not be present. The title comes with a national color certification cord in silver or a certification rosette and certification address card.

  • HUNGARIAN BEST OF BREED (BOB):

    At the show with a national title all HPJ, CAC, Champion CAC and Veteran CAC in the given breed, at the show with an international title all dogs with all HPJ, CACIB and Veteran CAC in the given breed compete for the title. The title comes with a rating cord or rating rosette and a rating address card.

  • BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX (BOS):

    Following the issuance of the BOB title, the title for the BOB title can already be issued among competitors. The title can be given to a dog of the opposite sex to the dog named BOB. The address comes with a rating cord or rating rosette and rating card.

  • HUNGARIA DERBY WINNER (HDW):

    The association organizes an Derby exhibition once a year. Any dog that was born in the calendar year prior to the show and received an excellent rating in the junior, junior, open, working or champion class can compete for the HDGY title. The title is accompanied by a qualifying red and white cord, or a qualifying rosette and a qualifying card.

  • JUNIOR CLUB WINNER: 

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for a given breed, for a dog that has been awarded the HPJ title in the young class. In addition to the title "Junior Club Winner", the year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card. The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

  • CLUB WINNER:

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for a given breed or breed, for a dog considered best by a judge after a comparison of dogs in the junior, open, working and champion classes. The year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card next to the title "Club Winner". The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

  • VETERAN CLUB WINNER:

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for the given breed or breed, for a dog who has been awarded the Veteran CAC title in the veteran class. In addition to the title "Veteran Club Winner", the year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card. The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

The issuance of titles is not mandatory, it is the undisputed right of the judge to decide. The CAC title and CACIB expectation are issued within the given breed according to color, coat and size, according to Annex 2 of the show regulations. This provision also applies to the issuance of the titles “Derby Winner”, “Junior Club Winner” and “Club Winner”. After issuing the BOB and BOS titles, the male and female who received the HPJ title and the male and female who received the Veteran CAC title must choose the one who can compete in the Best In Show program of the ornament ring (Best Junior and Best Veteran). Addresses other than those listed above are not considered to be approved by the FCI.

For national CAC and international CACIB shows

    • PAIR OF CHILDREN AND DOGS:

      The competition is open to children under 9 years of age, on-site registration is possible.

    • COMPETITION OF YOUNG LEADERS – JUNIOR HANDLERS”:

      The competition is held in two categories (between 9 and 13 years old and between 14 and 17 years old), on-site entries are possible. In the case of an exhibition with a CAC title, the division into two groups according to age can be dispensed with.

    • COMPETITION OF GROUPS OF SUCCESSORS:

      In the competition, a male and his offspring from the catalog of the given show day, or a bitch and his offspring will be presented. The number of offspring can be a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5. On-site entry is possible in the competition.

    • COMPETITION OF DOG PAIRS:

      Two dogs of the same breed, owned by the same breed, in the catalog for the given show day will compete in the competition. On-site entry is possible, dogs of the same sex can also be entered.

    • BREEDING GRAND PRIZE, BREEDING PRIZE:

      Breeding Grand Prix I-II-III. grade can only be issued at a show with a CACIB title and only dogs in the catalog of the given show day can be entered. The classification of the groups is determined by the homogeneity of the individuals introduced by the breeder. If the named dogs are not owned by the breeder, the group can only be named or accepted with the written consent of the breeder. Entry condition is that in the breeding group you can start with at least three and at most five dogs of the same breed from at least two different fathers or two different mothers from one breed. On-site entry for the Breeding Grand Prix is possible. This competition can be held at the show giving the CAC title under the same conditions, the winning titles are Breeding Prize I-II-III. degree.

    • BEST NATIONAL BREED:

      The program point can be launched at international and national exhibitions. Our national breeds, which won the title of breed on the given day, can take part in the competition. (color variants of komondor, kuvasz, pulik, pumi, mudi, transylvanian hound, short-haired Hungarian Vizsla, wire-haired Hungarian Vizsla, Hungarian Greyhound)

    • BEST MINOR PUPPY (MINOR PUPPY BIS):

      In the competition in the 3-6 month category “very promising I.” qualification and those chosen by the external judge as the two most beautiful minor puppies of the breed can compete.

    • BEST PUPPY (PUPPY BIS):

      In the competition in the 6-9 month category “very promising I.” qualification and those selected by the external judge as the most beautiful puppy by breed.

    • BEST VETERAN (VETERÁN BIS):

      From the dogs with excellent-I, Veteran CAC qualification and title in the veteran class, the judge will select the most beautiful veteran dog. (Best Veteran) The best veteran by breed can compete.

    • BEST JUNIOR (JUNIOR BIS):

      In the young class excellent-I. from the dogs that have achieved HPJ certification and title, the judge will select the most beautiful young dog. (Best Junior) The most beautiful youngsters can take part in the competition. In view of the large number of competitors, the assessment may be carried out by variety group in justified cases.

    • BEST OF GROUP (BOG):According to the FCI breed group classification, the winning dogs per breed group can participate in this competition. The judge judging the breed group will select the first and second place dogs, who will be awarded the title of breed group winner (BOG) and “reserve breed group winner” (Res.BOG).

  • BEST OF DAY (BOD): In the case of a multi-day CACIB show, it will be selected from the breed group winner dogs on both days (if no BIS title will be issued). The first place winner will receive the title of “Best of Day” (BOD), while the second place winner will receive the title of “reserve Sun Winner” (Res.BOD).
  • BEST IN SHOW (BIS):

    Competition for breed group winning dogs. The first place winner will receive the title of “Best In Show” (BIS), while the second place winner will receive the title of “Reserve Winner” (Res.BIS).

 
The Association may organize a "Champion of Champions" exhibition once a year, for which you can register with the following titles:
  • Junior Champion of an FCI country
  • National Champion of an FCI country
  • Veteran Champion of an FCI country
  • International Champion.

At this show, the dogs will not receive a detailed review description. At the Champion show, dogs can only be entered in the champion class, regardless of age, by gender. The judge will rank and the dog ranked first will receive the title of Champion of the year. By comparing the winning male and female, the judge will decide which dog will receive the Champion Show Breed Winner (Ch-BOB).

MEOESZ organizes dog shows in its own competence or through a local organization or breed clubs, which can be of the following types:

  • all breed show giving CACIB title
  • all breed show giving CAC title
  • an exhibition giving one or more CAC titles
  • an exhibition giving one or more CAC titles by issuing a club winner title
  • exhibition of international breed organizations in Hungary (eg: Atibox, Interra, IDC, etc.)
  • exhibition giving Derby title
  • Champion show

Only dogs that have a pedigree issued by an FCI member or contract partner and have a unique identifier (tattoo, microchip) can be entered for shows. The dog can only be registered in the name of the owner on the pedigree sheet. The owner of the dog is entitled to register the dog for the show until the expiry of the registration deadline, including the date of any extensions. After that, the entry will not be accepted. Each dog can only be entered in one class. On-site registration at exhibitions is not possible.

In all cases, the registration must be accompanied by:
  • an accurately and legibly completed and signed registration  form
  • a copy on both sides of the FCI certificate of origin
  • proof of payment of the entry fee by the registration deadline (copy of the document certifying the fact of dispatch or transfer)
  • a copy of the certificate approved by the FCI attesting the passing of the compulsory examination for the breed in order to be entered in the class of work
  • A copy of the Champion Certificate (copy of the FCI National or International Champion Certificate) must be attached to entry in the Champion Class.
    • Sick, crippled dogs, dogs with hidden, monocotyledonous, or testicular atrophy, visibly pregnant (about 40 days old), lactating dogs cannot be judged at the shows.

    • It is forbidden to prepare the dog with an agent that changes the color or shape of the coat, skin or nose. Only trimming, shearing, nail trimming, combing and brushing are allowed.

    • Exhibitors are responsible for the safety and physical well-being of their dog at dog shows. It is forbidden to expose the dog to conditions that endanger his health and comfort. Based on this, it is forbidden to leave the dog in a car in cold or warm weather or to abuse it in any form. Violation of these rules will result in a ban on current and future events.

    • Upon entering the exhibition area, the veterinary vaccination certificate of the dogs must be checked, regardless of whether they have been entered for the exhibition or not (have a valid rabies vaccination). If the dog does not have such a card, entry into the show area must be denied.

    • The owner of the dog is responsible for any damage caused by the dogs.

    • Dogs are not allowed in the show area, except at sports shows within the circle. In the exhibition area, dogs must be housed according to their breed, in compliance with animal welfare regulations.

  • It is FORBIDDEN to sell puppies in the exhibition area.
  • The exhibitor is responsible for appearing with the registered dog in the judging circle in time. If the judging of a given class is delayed (arrives after grading), after the judging is completed, you can ask the judge to rate the dog, but you cannot claim to have the winner’s title repeated again in case of an excellent qualification. Once the class judging has begun, the handler of the late dog may enter the judging circle only with the special permission of the judge.

  • After the start of the judging, only the judge, the clerk, the ring secretary and, if necessary, the interpreter may be present in addition to the dogs and their handlers in the class to be judged. Exceptions for inspection purposes are the President of the MEOE Association, the President of the Council of External Judges, the Chief Judge, or a person authorized by them. However, no one can interfere in the criticism.

  • An exhibitor who shows unsportsmanlike conduct at the exhibition must be expelled from the exhibition area. He may be held liable in accordance with the provisions of the applicable disciplinary regulations.

  • The exhibitor is obliged to accept the decision of the judge conducting the judging and may not qualify it.

 

  • Offensive, biting dogs cannot be judged at the show.
  • Only dogs in the catalog can be judged at the shows, unless the entrant is innocent, ie his / her entry and entry fee has been certified on time and has been left out of the catalog for administrative reasons.

  • The exhibitor is obliged to clean up the rubbish (faeces) caused by the dog and take it to the designated landfill.

 

  • At the time of the judging, the judge is entitled to verify the unique identification of the introduced dog.
  • In a ring, only one judge can judge at a time, ratings and titles can only be issued by one judge. A trial test does not qualify as a test.

  • If a given breed is judged by several judges, the organizer is obliged to determine in advance which judge will judge according to which breakdown (size, color, coat, entry class). When titles are awarded, it must be clearly stated which judge can award the title. In this case, the judge must make his decision independently of the other judges judging the breed.

 
Compulsory classes at the exhibitions:
  • Puppy class (9-18 months old)
  • Junior class (15-24 months old)
  • Open class (from 15 months)
  • Working class (from the age of 15 months)
  • Champion class (from 15 months)
  • Veteran class (from 8 years old)
Optional classes at the exhibitions:
  • Minor Puppy class (ages 3 to 6 months)
  • Puppy class (6-9 months old)
  • EXCELLENT: Can only be given to a dog that is very close to the ideal breed standard, is presented in excellent condition, has a harmonious and balanced temperament, is high quality, and has an excellent posture. The well-represented breed character of the dog allows minor “imperfections” to be forgotten, but the dog to have typical characteristics appropriate to its sex.

  • VERY GOOD:

    It can only be donated to a dog that has the typical characteristics of its breed, has balanced proportions and is in perfect condition. Some minor errors are tolerable, except for those of a morphological nature. This prize can only be given to a dog that is typical.

  • GOOD:

    It can be given to a dog that has the main characteristics of its breed. Good traits should prevail over defects so that the dog can be considered a good representative of the breed.

  • SUFFICIENT:

    It can be given to a dog that is suitable for its breed but does not have generally accepted characteristics, or whose physical condition leaves something to be desired.

  • DISQUALIFIED (EXCLUDED):

    It must be given to a dog which does not conform to the type prescribed by the breed standard; whose conduct is clearly substandard or aggressive; which has abnormal testicles; whose teeth are defective or incomplete or whose jaw is irregular; whose color and / or coat structure does not conform to the standard or clearly bears signs of albinism. This qualification is also given to dogs that match the individual characteristics of the breed to such an extent that it endangers their health. In addition, dogs that show negative errors with respect to the breed standard will also receive this rating. The review must include the reason why the dog was rated DISQUALIFIED (EXCLUDED).

  • CANNOT BE JUDGED: 

    This assessment can be given to a dog that is not moving, that is lame, that constantly jumps on the handler or tries to get out of the ring, makes it impossible to assess posture and movement, or constantly avoids the judge “examining” and making it impossible for teeth, anatomy and control of structure, tail or testes. This rating is also issued when there are traces of surgery or treatment and it appears that the exhibitor wanted to mislead the judge. The same is true if the judge has reason to suspect an operation that was intended to improve the original features or characteristics (e.g., eyelid, ear, or tail correction). The judging must state the reason why the dog has been classified as CANNOT BE JUDGED.

In addition to the following ratings, the exhibitor will receive the following upon completion of the judging:
  • Excellent: blue rating ribbon  or rating card
  • Very good: red rating ribbon or rating card
  • Good: yellow rating ribbon or rating card
  • Sufficient: green rating ribbon or rating card

Dogs that were excellent and at least very good in each class should be ranked from 1st to 4th places. Dogs nominated in the minor puppy and puppy class will receive “very promising”, “promising” and “less promising” rating cards, and the judge will select the dog that can compete in the Best In Show program of the ornamental ring after gender classification. Qualifications other than the above are not considered to be FCI approved ratings.

  • Hungarian Prima Junior (HPJ):

    This title can go to the dog in the junior class with an “Excellent I.” result. It can be issued by gender. The title is accompanied by a blue and white rating tape or rating card.
  • CAC, res.CAC:

    In the junior, open and working class “Excellent I.”  certified dog can receive a CAC title. To a dog with “Excellent II.” rsult a res.CAC title may be issued. Both titles are awarded by class and gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating ribbon or rating card.

  • Champion CAC, Champion res.CAC:

    In the Champion class “Excellent I.”  certified dog can receive the title of “Champion CAC”. The “Excellent II.” can receive a  “Champion res.CAC” title. Both titles are awarded by gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating ribbon or rating card.

  • Veteran CAC, Veteran res.CAC:In the veteran class “Excellent I.” certified dog can receive the title of “Veteran CAC”. A “Vet res.CAC” title may be issued to an “Excellent II.” certified dog. Both titles are awarded by gender. The titles are accompanied by a national color rating strip or rating card.
  • CACIB:

    The best of the CAC title dogs in the junior, open, working and Champion class can get the CACIB title expectation, it is issued by gender. A CACIB title can only be worn if it has been officially confirmed by the FCI. The expectation is accompanied by a nationally colored certification cord with gold or a certification rosette and certification address card. The wording “subject to FCI re-certification” must appear on the address card.

  • Reserve CACIB:

    After issuing the CACIB expectation, the judge will invite the dog with the Res.CAC title in the CACIB title to the competition left in the judge’s circle and will select the dog with the Res.CACIB title from this competition. This title can be issued if the judge is convinced that the dog receiving the Res.CACIB title would receive the CACIB expectation if the dog receiving the CACIB expectation would not be present. The title comes with a national color certification cord in silver or a certification rosette and certification address card.

  • HUNGARIAN BEST OF BREED (BOB):

    At the show with a national title all HPJ, CAC, Champion CAC and Veteran CAC in the given breed, at the show with an international title all dogs with all HPJ, CACIB and Veteran CAC in the given breed compete for the title. The title comes with a rating cord or rating rosette and a rating address card.

  • BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX (BOS):

    Following the issuance of the BOB title, the title for the BOB title can already be issued among competitors. The title can be given to a dog of the opposite sex to the dog named BOB. The address comes with a rating cord or rating rosette and rating card.

  • HUNGARIA DERBY WINNER (HDW):

    The association organizes an Derby exhibition once a year. Any dog that was born in the calendar year prior to the show and received an excellent rating in the junior, junior, open, working or champion class can compete for the HDGY title. The title is accompanied by a qualifying red and white cord, or a qualifying rosette and a qualifying card.

  • JUNIOR CLUB WINNER: 

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for a given breed, for a dog that has been awarded the HPJ title in the young class. In addition to the title “Junior Club Winner”, the year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card. The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

  • CLUB WINNER:

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for a given breed or breed, for a dog considered best by a judge after a comparison of dogs in the junior, open, working and champion classes. The year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card next to the title “Club Winner”. The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

  • VETERAN CLUB WINNER:

    As a recognized breeding organization and breed club, it can be issued once a year at a club show for the given breed or breed, for a dog who has been awarded the Veteran CAC title in the veteran class. In addition to the title “Veteran Club Winner”, the year number must always be indicated on the judging form and on the title card. The fact of issuing the title must be indicated by the organizer when announcing the exhibition.

The issuance of titles is not mandatory, it is the undisputed right of the judge to decide. The CAC title and CACIB expectation are issued within the given breed according to color, coat and size, according to Annex 2 of the show regulations. This provision also applies to the issuance of the titles “Derby Winner”, “Junior Club Winner” and “Club Winner”. After issuing the BOB and BOS titles, the male and female who received the HPJ title and the male and female who received the Veteran CAC title must choose the one who can compete in the Best In Show program of the ornament ring (Best Junior and Best Veteran). Addresses other than those listed above are not considered to be approved by the FCI.

For national CAC and international CACIB shows

    • PAIR OF CHILDREN AND DOGS:

      The competition is open to children under 9 years of age, on-site registration is possible.

    • COMPETITION OF YOUNG LEADERS – JUNIOR HANDLERS”:

      The competition is held in two categories (between 9 and 13 years old and between 14 and 17 years old), on-site entries are possible. In the case of an exhibition with a CAC title, the division into two groups according to age can be dispensed with.

    • COMPETITION OF GROUPS OF SUCCESSORS:

      In the competition, a male and his offspring from the catalog of the given show day, or a bitch and his offspring will be presented. The number of offspring can be a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5. On-site entry is possible in the competition.

    • COMPETITION OF DOG PAIRS:

      Two dogs of the same breed, owned by the same breed, in the catalog for the given show day will compete in the competition. On-site entry is possible, dogs of the same sex can also be entered.

    • BREEDING GRAND PRIZE, BREEDING PRIZE:

      Breeding Grand Prix I-II-III. grade can only be issued at a show with a CACIB title and only dogs in the catalog of the given show day can be entered. The classification of the groups is determined by the homogeneity of the individuals introduced by the breeder. If the named dogs are not owned by the breeder, the group can only be named or accepted with the written consent of the breeder. Entry condition is that in the breeding group you can start with at least three and at most five dogs of the same breed from at least two different fathers or two different mothers from one breed. On-site entry for the Breeding Grand Prix is possible. This competition can be held at the show giving the CAC title under the same conditions, the winning titles are Breeding Prize I-II-III. degree.

    • BEST NATIONAL BREED:

      The program point can be launched at international and national exhibitions. Our national breeds, which won the title of breed on the given day, can take part in the competition. (color variants of komondor, kuvasz, pulik, pumi, mudi, transylvanian hound, short-haired Hungarian Vizsla, wire-haired Hungarian Vizsla, Hungarian Greyhound)

    • BEST MINOR PUPPY (MINOR PUPPY BIS):

      In the competition in the 3-6 month category “very promising I.” qualification and those chosen by the external judge as the two most beautiful minor puppies of the breed can compete.

    • BEST PUPPY (PUPPY BIS):

      In the competition in the 6-9 month category “very promising I.” qualification and those selected by the external judge as the most beautiful puppy by breed.

    • BEST VETERAN (VETERÁN BIS):

      From the dogs with excellent-I, Veteran CAC qualification and title in the veteran class, the judge will select the most beautiful veteran dog. (Best Veteran) The best veteran by breed can compete.

    • BEST JUNIOR (JUNIOR BIS):

      In the young class excellent-I. from the dogs that have achieved HPJ certification and title, the judge will select the most beautiful young dog. (Best Junior) The most beautiful youngsters can take part in the competition. In view of the large number of competitors, the assessment may be carried out by variety group in justified cases.

    • BEST OF GROUP (BOG):According to the FCI breed group classification, the winning dogs per breed group can participate in this competition. The judge judging the breed group will select the first and second place dogs, who will be awarded the title of breed group winner (BOG) and “reserve breed group winner” (Res.BOG).

  • BEST OF DAY (BOD): In the case of a multi-day CACIB show, it will be selected from the breed group winner dogs on both days (if no BIS title will be issued). The first place winner will receive the title of “Best of Day” (BOD), while the second place winner will receive the title of “reserve Sun Winner” (Res.BOD).
  • BEST IN SHOW (BIS):

    Competition for breed group winning dogs. The first place winner will receive the title of “Best In Show” (BIS), while the second place winner will receive the title of “Reserve Winner” (Res.BIS).

 
The Association may organize a “Champion of Champions” exhibition once a year, for which you can register with the following titles:
  • Junior Champion of an FCI country
  • National Champion of an FCI country
  • Veteran Champion of an FCI country
  • International Champion.

At this show, the dogs will not receive a detailed review description. At the Champion show, dogs can only be entered in the champion class, regardless of age, by gender. The judge will rank and the dog ranked first will receive the title of Champion of the year. By comparing the winning male and female, the judge will decide which dog will receive the Champion Show Breed Winner (Ch-BOB).

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