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2012 GSSCC Nationals

2012 GSSCC Nationals

TEAM CHALLENGE TROPHY AT THE CANADIAN GSD CHAMPIONSHIPS


The qualifications for the Team Challenge Trophy are;
  • Team members are to be those that train consistently with other team members and belong to the same club.
  • A minimum of three (3) dogs with no maximum.
  • Only successful passing scores entered in Canadian GSD Championships may qualify for the Team Challenge Trophy.
  • Partial scores (i.e. injury of handler/dog) cannot be used.
  • Team score is the average of all successful entries in the Canadian GSD Championship trial.
  • Highest average team score wins if all other criteria are met.


TOP DOG IN CANADA


Each year a club officer correlates scores and presents a list of the top ten performance dogs owned by our members based on trials that year as follows:
  • The scores from a dog's best three trials under SV, USCA or Canadian judges will count toward inclusion on the top ten list.
  • The officer in charge of this task will compile the scores of all dogs attending three or more trials ending December 31, select the best three scores, determine the average scores of each and declare the order from first to tenth.
  • Results will be published in the spring issue of Shepherd Sports.
  • Score of the WUSV Championship to be included toward top ten list.
  • Scores achieved outside of Canada under SV Judges will be recognized for the top ten. The handler must submit proof of the scores to the GSSCC.
  • All handlers must compete under three (3) different judges in any current year to achieve highest scoring SchH3 dog in order to be awarded Top Dog in Canada.


QUALIFYING FOR THE TOP TEN LIST


Each year a club officer correlates scores and presents a list of the top ten performance dogs owned by our members based on trials attended that year as follows:
  • The scores from a dog's best three trials under SV, USCA or Canadian judges will count toward inclusion on the top ten list.
  • The officer in charge of this task will compile the scores of all dogs attending three or more trials in the year ending December 31, select the best three scores, determine the average scores of each and declare the order from first to tenth.
  • Results will be published in the spring issue of Shepherd Sports.
  • Score of the WUSV Championship to be included toward top ten list.
  • Scores achieved outside of Canada under SV Judges will be recognized for the Top Ten. The handler must submit proof of the scores to the GSSCC.
  • All handlers must compete under three (3) different judges in any current year to achieve highest scoring SchH3 dog in order to be awarded Top Dog in Canada.





2012 GSSCC Nationals
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