Champion titles - rules within the Spaniel-Club Deutschland

 

German Junior Champion

3 Spaniel-Club Deutschland Junior-CACs  from 2 different judges within the dog’s age of  9 – 18 months

1 Junior-CAC may be replaced by a Junior-CAC issued by another Spaniel Club or a neutral Junior CAC awarded at  VDH-shows ( not VDH-Youth-CAC), but the majority of Junior-CAC’s must be issued by Spaniel-Club Deutschland.

 

German Champion

4 Spaniel-Club Deutschland CACs from 3 different judges in 2 different  zones of the club . 2 CACs may be replaced by each 3 Reserve-CACs. Using 2 CACs and 6 Reserve-CACs ,the 2 CACs  must be awarded by  2 different judges in 2 different zones of the club.

1 CAC may be preplaced by a CAC issued by another Spaniel Club of a neutral CAC issued at VDH-shows ( not VDH-CAC) but the majority of CACs must be issued by Spaniel-Club Deutschland.

Between the first and the last CAC there must be a time period of 1 year and 1 day.

 

Veteran Champion

 

3 Veteran CAC under 2 different judges, there is no time limit.

1 Veteran CAC may be preplaced by a Veteran-CAC issued by another Spaniel Club or a neutral Veteran-CAC awarded at VDH-shows ( not VDH-Veteran-CAC), but the majority of Veteran CACs must by issued by Spaniel-Club Deutschland.

 

To apply for the title  copies of the required CACs and a copy of the pedigree have to be sent in  to the Ausstellungsreferent.

Non members have to pay a fee of Euro 20,-- ,which have to be send in / or remitted to Club’s account at the same time.

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