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Official Premium List Licensed Retriever Hunt Tests Events 162532 and 162533 June 4th & June 5th, 2016 These events held under the rules of the Canadian Kennel Club ...
Official Premium List Licensed Retriever Hunt Tests Events 162532 and 162533 June 4th & June 5th, 2016 These events held under the rules of the Canadian Kennel Club Open to all Retrievers, Irish Water Spaniels and Standard Poodles. OFFICIALS The Canadian Kennel Club CKC Director PEI & NB Lance Novak Brian Reid Executive Director, CKC 87 Norton Shore Rd. 200 Ronson Dr, Suite 400 Hampton, NB., E5N 6J7 Etobicoke, ON M9W 5Z9

CKC Hunt Test Rep Mr. Derek Dunn 91 Dewitt Road Rusagonis, NB, R3B 8X5

Prince Edward Island Retriever Club Executive Hunt Test Chairman Walter Vessey Director: Bev Fowler President: Patty Bourne Director: Randy Perry Vice President: Kenneth Vickerson Director: Bonnie Shave Treasurer: Dave Butler Secretary: Joel MacDonald Hunt Test Secretary Joel MacDonald

CLOSING DATE: Monday, May 30th, 2016 at 8:00 PM No entries will be accepted, altered, cancelled or submitted after the closing date and time. Mail fees with appropriate entry forms to the Hunt Test Secretary: Joel MacDonald 4 Waterview Drive, Cornwall, PE, C0A 1H4 Email: [email protected] Phone: 902-629-0446

Judging Assignments and Start Times Saturday June 04, 2016 Senior, Master: Bev Fowler Breadalbane, PE Randy Perry North Rustico, PE Junior: Bev Fowler Breadalbane, PE Randy Perry North Rustico, PE Dave Butler Cornwall, PE

Sunday June 05, 2016 Junior, Senior, Master: Evelyn Hoyt Lutes Mountain, NB Alec Hoyt Lutes Mountain, NB Junior: Evelyn Hoyt Lutes Mountain, NB Alec Hoyt Lutes Mountain, NB Dave Butler Cornwall, PE

Judging will start at: Junior 8:30 AM, Senior to follow Junior, Master to follow Senior Please arrive at Test Headquarters (see page 4 for directions) prior to 8:00 AM to meet the Caravan that will be leaving for the test site. Fees and Payment Event Fees (including G.S.T.) per Entry Junior = $35.00 Senior =$40.00 Master = $45.00 CKC Listing fee per dog/event =$9.00 Listing fees are payable with the entry fee for dogs that do not have their individual registration number at the closing date. All entry fees must be paid in full prior to the start of the test. Please mail fees with appropriate entry forms to the Hunt Test Secretary: A separate entry form for Each Dog in Each Stake is required. Multiple entries on a single form will NOT be accepted. Payment: Cash, Money Order or Cheque payable to the PEI Retriever Club. NO POST DATED CHEQUES accepted. All N.S.F. cheques will be subject to a charge of $20.00. NOTE ** NEW for 2011 ** 24-12-3. CKC Non-member Participation Fee a) An annual non-member participation fee for awards and titles will be charged to a Canadian non- member of CKC. The fee will match the ERN fee ($57.60). b)

In order to protect the awards/titles earned, the non-member will have a choice either to become a CKC member or to pay the non-member participation fee. Failure to comply within 30 days of notification will cause all awards and titles to be cancelled.

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The Premium List must carry a note stating that “This only applies to dogs wholly owned by Canadian resident non-members and is not applicable to CKC members or dogs co-owned with a CKC member.”

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General Information Clothing In keeping with the aim of simulated hunting conditions and situations, handlers, judges, workers and other participants shall be attired in camouflage, dark or customary hunting attire which adequately reflects a waterfowl or upland hunting environment. Caution Notice The field test committee will use due care and vigilance for the safety of all, but will not be responsible for any loss or damage to any dog or to any equipment, weather the result of an accident or otherwise. Furthermore, the PEI Retriever Club will assume no liability in the event of an accident or other misfortune to participants or bystanders. Running order Dogs and bitches will be run in “Catalogue Order” as determined by the draw which will take place after the entries have closed. Release and Indemnification of Landowners By entering this Hunt Test, each participant agrees to assume all risks and hazards incidental to participation in the test and agrees to release, save harmless and indemnify the owner(s) of any property upon which the test is held together with their officers, agents, employees and representatives from all claims, actions, costs, expenses and demands in respect to death, injury, loss or damage to the person or property of the participant howsoever caused, arising out of or in connection with the participant's use or entry upon the property. It is understood that this agreement is binding upon the participant, or his heirs, his executors and assigns. Rule 19.7 "It shall be the duty and obligation of the trial-giving club to see that a judge, club official, volunteer or any participant at an event held under these rules, is not subject to any indignities of any kind. The Retriever Field Trial Committee Chair shall promptly report to the CKC any infringement of this regulation, and the Discipline Committee shall have the authority to take such action as it deems fit on receipt of a report indicating that this has occurred." Birds Game birds will be ducks and/or pheasants (Pigeons for Master flush). Other matters A canteen will be available for lunches. Awards for qualifiers will be ribbons as specified by the CKC. PEI Retriever Club Premium Lists and results are available online at http://www.peiretrieverclub.com All Canadian Premium Lists and results as well as the Annual Hunt Test Schedule are available at http://www.nrcc-canada.com Our thanks to the NRCC for this service.

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Accommodations Sherwood Motel Brackley Point Road (Across from Airport) Charlottetown, PEI Ph: 902-892-1622

Veterinary Services Abegweit Animal Hospital 24 McAulay Court Charlottetown, PEI Ph: 902-892-3538

There are a number of other motels and campgrounds in the Charlottetown area offering a wide variety in accommodations and services, as well as rates. Listings of accommodations are available from Tourism PEI at www.gov.pe.ca/visitorsguide/ Please make your reservations early. PEI is a summer tourist destination.

Test Headquarters Location The Caravan will leave Head Quarters to the test site at 8:00 AM sharp on the morning of the test.

Directions to Test Headquarters Take the Trans Canada Hwy # 1 to Charlottetown. From Charlottetown, Take Hwy # 2 East. Turn left onto Rte # 25 North. Proceed 3.2 Km to Civic # 639 Rte 25.

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