CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND SHOW
The Show is titled CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND SHOW.
Any other denomination is excluded.
At this show the following titles can be awarded:
FCI CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND WINNER (year)
FCI CENTRAL EURO JUNIOR SIGHTHOUND WINNER (year)
FCI CENTRAL EURO VETERAN SIGHTHOUND WINNER (year)
The minimal qualification for the dog to be awarded one of these titles is the note “excellent”.
Intermediate, Open, Working, and Champion classes compete together for the title FCI CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND WINNER.
The title FCI CENTRAL EURO JUNIOR SIGHTHOUND WINNER can be awarded only in the Youth class.
The title FCI CENTRAL EURO VETERAN SIGHTHOUND WINNER can be awarded only in the Veteran class.
These 3 titles cannot be cumulated.
The CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND SHOW can be organized by clubs operating in the states of Central Europe (SK, CZ, PL, H, A).
The country applying for organisation must appoint an official Delegate, a Person-in- Charge, approved by the leading Kennel Club (recognized by the FCI) of this organizing country.
Only a club covering all breeds of sighthounds can organize the FCI CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND SHOW.
The application is to be sent to the President of the FCI CESHS Committee:
SK-831 06 Bratislava
The FCI CESHS logo must be reproduced on all documents, bulletins, inscriptions, advertisements, diplomas, etc.
Each Winner must obtain an FCI CENTRAL EURO SIGHTHOUND SHOW diploma, carrying the logo of FCI CESHS.
The list of judges proposed to be invited must be presented to the FCI CESHS Committee before publication. The same judge must not have judged the same breeds at FCI CESHS throughout the period of five (5) years, preceding the given FCI CESHS show. Judges have to be from countries where FCI standards are of application.
The BEST IN SHOW (BIS) will be judged by one (1) judge alone.
The judging rules have to be communicated to the judges in writing before the Show.
The official Delegate, as a person-in-charge, must arrange for his organisation team to take over the FCI CESHS Flag from the team of the FCI CESHS organizing the show on the day of its taking place in the preceding year. At the same time, he must provide for the Flag to be handed over to the Delegate of the FCI CESHS show team that organizes the show the following year under the same conditions.
The organizer is obliged to prove (in his application) that he is able to accommodate 200 to 350 sighthounds, while providing the entire infrastructure necessary. An application for organisation of the FCI CESHS show must also contain information about the place where the show should take place, including documentation of this given place.
At least 2 show dates must be proposed by the organizer.
The organizer is responsible for release of advertisements of the FCI CESHS show in specialized magazines of the adjoining countries and for distribution of entry forms, in these same countries, 3 moths before the show date at the latest.
The sighthound breeds as well as breeds that were re-classified and transferred from the FCI group 10 to group 5, and which will be taking part at the FCI CESHS show, must be recognized by the FCI.
From FCI group 5, the following breeds are concerned: Pharaoh Hound, Cirneco dell´ Etna, Podenco Ibicenco, Podengo Português, Podenco Canario.
The names of the FCI CESHS Committee members must be published in the show catalogue as follows: President, Mr. Vlastislav Vojtek; Member, Mr. Markus Pichler; Member, Mr. Maciej Lipiec.
The judges’ expenses must be refunded in line with the FCI rules.
The organizer must forward the catalogue with complete results to President of the FCI CESHS Committee within 1 month following the show date at the latest
Any points not explicitly settled by these Rules shall be settled by the FCI CESHS Committee in accordance with the FCI Rules.