2007 ACC National Specialty
September 12-15, 2007
Colorado Springs, CO


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WD/X/Q Stakes

Sunday, September 16th
Location to be announced. 

Download an Entry Form | View the official rules for the WD/X/Q | 
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Judges:
Mr. Jack Hansen, South Dakota
Mr. Scott Kurtz, Colorado
Mr. Mark Remington, Texas

Entries Close Thursday, August 16, 2007

No late entries will be accepted. Please waive signature requirement for overnight/express mail.

All American Chesapeake Club members and Non-Members are invited.

Check in time 7:00 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM for WD (X and Q will follow)

Birds:
Ducks and/or Pigeons will be used.

Scratches:
Females in season are NOT allowed on the grounds. Full refund for bitches in season, injuries or death of dog upon receipt of a certification from a licensed Veterinarian.

 Ground Rules:

  • Please drive ONLY on roads and park ONLY in designated parking area.

  • Please pick up after yourself and your dog. Please place all refuse in the proper receptacle including cigarette filters, as they are not biodegradable.

  • Food and drinks will be available.

  • There is NO consumption of alcoholic beverages on the test grounds during the test. Violations will result in immediate expulsion of you and your entries from the event.

  • Please keep your dogs on leash at all times unless they are under judgment.

 

Mail entries and make check/money order payable to: Susie Royer, 7215 Shelly Court, Colorado Springs, CO  80911. There will be a $25.00 fee for all returned checks. All monies raised will benefit the American Chesapeake Club.

 

Volunteers:
We would appreciate any help you might provide. We can only hold these types of events with your help and cooperation

 

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