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Cattle Sheep Tending Premium 2017
PREMIUM LIST : 2017 BSCA
BELGIAN SHEEPDOG CLUB OF AMERICA
FRENCH STYLE HERDING TRIAL CATTLE AND SHEEP
EVENT NUMBERS: 2017BSCA4 2017BSCA5 2017BSCA6 2017BSCA7 2017BSCA8 2017BSCA9
Trials open to all AKC Registered and ILP/PAL Dogs
of breeds approved by the AKC for Herding
Dogs must be 9 months or older.
DATES: SEPTEMBER 15 -17 2017
Trial hours: 6:30 AM - COMPLETION
To be held outdoors at:
BELLE MEADOW FARM
323 lee rd
BELL BUCKLE TN 37020
COURSES OFFERED: French Style herding Cattle AND SHEEP
Started, Intermediate and Advanced.
ENTRY LIMIT: 10 runs per stock per day
TWO TRIALS EACH DAY - ONE SHEEP ONE CATTLE
TRIAL SECRETARY : HEIDI G NORTON
6659 HWY 64 E WARTRACE TN 37183
email: [email protected]
ENTRIES OPEN: AUGUST 1 2017
ENTRIES CLOSE: SEPTEMBER 1 2017 5 PM CDT
ENTRY INFORMATION:$60.00 PER RUN Make checks/money orders payable in U.S. funds to:CBMTNASC
All entries must be received at the Trial Secretary’s address no later than:
5:00 PM CDT. September 1 2017 ENTRY FEES: (Includes $3.50 BSCA recording fee)
No DAY OF ENTRIES ACCEPTED
LIMIT: 10 runs per stock per day
EXHIBITION ONLY: $60.00
Note: Bitches in season shall be eligible and will run in catalog order in trial classes.
ELIGIBILITY
All dogs nine months of age or older that are registered with the American Kennel Club and classified as Herding Dogs under
Chapter 2 of the Dog Show Rules are eligible to participate in herding tests and trials. Dogs classified as Herding Dogs under
Chapter 2 of the Dog Show Rules that have been granted an Indefinite Listing Privilege (ILP) or Purebred Alternative Listing
(PAL) may participate in tests and trials.
No dog may be entered in two classes on the same course with the same kind of stock under the same judge at any test/
trial.
Bitches in season shall be eligible and will run at the end of the class in tests, and in catalog order as listed in the class in
trials.
A dog must be entered in the name of the person who actually owned it at the time entries for the herding test or trial
closed. If a registered dog has been acquired by a new owner, it must be entered in the name of its new owner in any
herding test or Trial for which entries closed after the date of acquisition. regardless of whether the new owner has
received the registration certificate indicating that the dog is recorded in his or her name. State on entry form whether
transfer application has been mailed to AKC. (for complete rule refer to Chap. 14, Sect 3 of "Rules Applying to Registration
and Dog Shows")
AGREEMENT
I (we) acknowledge that the "Rules Applying to Registration and Dog Shows" and the "Rules for Herding Tests and Trials"
have been made available to me (us) and that I (we) agree that the club holding this Herding Test or Trial has the right to
refuse this entry for cause which the club shall deem to be sufficient. In consideration of the acceptance of this entry and of
the holding of the Herding Test or Trial and of the opportunity to have the dog tested or judged and to win prize money,
ribbons, or trophies, I (we) agree to hold this club, its' members, directors, governors, officers, agents, superintendents or
show secretary and owner or lessor of the premises and any employees of the aforementioned parties harmless from any
claim for loss or injury which may be alleged to have been caused directly or indirectly to any person or thing by the act of
this dog while in or upon the Herding Test or Trial premises or grounds or near any entrance thereto, and I(we) personally
assume all responsibility and liability for any such claim for damage or injury to the dog, whether such loss, disappearance,
theft, damage or injury be caused or alleged to be caused by the negligence of the club or any of the parties
aforementioned, or by the negligence of any other person, or any other causes.
I (we) hereby assume the sole responsibility for and agree to indemnify and save the aforementioned parties harmless from
any and all loss and expense (including legal fees) by reason of the liability imposed by law upon any of the aforementioned
parties for damage because of bodily injuries, including death at any time resulting there from, sustained by any person or
persons, including myself (ourselves) or on account of damage to property, arising out of or in consequence of my (our)
participation in the Herding Test or Trial, howsoever such injuries, death or damage to property may be caused, and
whether or not the same may have been caused or may be alleged to have been caused by negligence of the aforementioned
parties or any of their employees or agents, or any other persons.
I (we) will pay for any livestock injuries or replacement value in the event of death of any livestock by my (our) dog. In case
of any injury to any stock caused by the dog entered, I (we) will assume total responsibility for any damage I (we) agree to
pay the full market value of the injured animal in case of serious injury, or the veterinarian bill if the injury is slight.
I (WE) AGREE THAT ANY CAUSE OF ACTION, CONTROVERSY OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE ENTRY,
EXHIBITION OR ATTENDANCE AT THE EVENT BETWEEN THE AKC AND MYSELF (OURSELVES) OR AS TO THE CONSTRUCTION,
INTERPRETATION AND EFFECT OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE SETTLED BY ARBITRATION PURSUANT TO THE APPLICABLE
RULES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITARATION ASSOCIATION. HOWEVER, PRIOR TO ARBITRATION ALL APPLICABLE AKC BYLAWS,
RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES MUST FIRST BE FOLLOWED AS SET FORTH IN THE AKC CHARTER AND BYLAWS, RULES,
REGULATIONS, PUBLISHED POLICIES AND GUIDELINES
Single copies of the latest editions of the "Rules Applying to Registration and Dog Shows", the "Obedience Regulations" and
the "Regulations for Herding Tests and Trials" may be obtained WITHOUT CHARGE from the AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB, 51
MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10010
BELGIAN SHEEPDOG CLUB OF AMERICA OFFICERS
President-------------------------Cara Greger
1st Vice-President--------------Sherry Hanley
2nd Vice President–------------Melinda Andric
Treasurer–-----------------------Marion Heise
Recording Secretary----------Mary Grace Buckwalter
Corresponding Secretary----Carleen Wiles
HERDING TRIAL COMMITTEE
CHAIRPERSON: TAMARA G KASSER
COMMITTEE: DARLA HUFFMAN, TRACY PURCELL, SHERRY KALTENBORN, PAULA MCCALEB
JUDGES* *Effective 9/3/2013, AKC issues titles for three (3) qualifying scores under two (2) separate
judges (amended Chapter 4, Section 3 of AKC herding regulations)
Judge: Roy Sage 3171 Grey Blvd. Nyssa, OR 97913 541-372-0243 [email protected]
JUDGE: rick hardin 1086 Simmons Rd Social Circle, GA 30025 (404) 353-4424 [email protected]
TOTAL RUNS AVAILABLE FOR EACH DAY IS 10 PER TRIAL.
CLASSES OFFERED -- ALL runs 7 – 10 head cattle (Replacment cost approximate value $1800 each),
SHEEP 25-50 HEAD PER RUN (REPLACEMENT COST $350 EACH)
Started Intermediate Advanced
VETERINARIAN (on call): 615-890-1259 Murfreesboro Emergency PeT Clinic
BSCA rules for the FRENCH STYLE HERDING
(http://bsca.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/BSCAFrenchcourse.pdf)
In August of 2010, AKC agreed to recognize Parent Club administered Performance events
through the issuance of an AKC title certificate and the recording of these titles on AKC
pedigrees. BSCA has obtained permission from AKC to establish a herding trial based on
the traditional tending skills of our dogs and established a certificate for herding
evaluation that duplicates the kind of work for which Belgians were selected. .
The initial AKC approval is for a five year experimental project to allow BSCA to
administer French style herding events. If, at the end of the five year period, enough dogs
have participated and enough interest has been generated to demonstrate that this is a
viable program, AKC will formalize the program.
If AKC approves the program on a permanent basis, those dogs that participated in the
experimental phase will have their passing scores and titles recognized.
The French Style course involves tending style with the dog working close to the
livestock. Unlike C course, several obstacles and short drives (dog taking stock ahead of
the handler) in advance and a gather are required and furrows / boundaries are not. An
illustrated description of the course for each level is included
AWARDS
All awards must be picked up the day they're won
none will be held or mailed
Awards to be presented each trial:
A Certificate of Accomplishment will be awarded for all Qualifying Scores
QUALIFYING RIBBONS will be awarded to:
High score in Started sheep/cattle
High score in Intermediate sheep/cattle
High score in Advanced sheep/cattle
HIgh score Belgian Sheepdog sheep/cattle
HIGH SCORE OTHER BREED SHEEP/CATTLE
BSCA “French Style” Herding Course - SHEEP
The BSCA French course is intended to provide a venue to evaluate Belgian
Sheepdogs and similar herding breeds in non boundary tending work on both
sheep and cattle. The primary intent of the course is to emulate the kind of work a
tending dog might encounter and to evaluate the dog and handler’s ability to ensure
the management and control of the stock in a simulation of this work. The overall
quality of the work is paramount; it is intended that dogs which manage their flock/
herd in reasonable order should pass. While skill and maneuvering should obtain
higher scores and errors result in lower ones, the primary focus should remain on
the overall essence of the work required to take a flock or herd from a pen to a
graze site, allow the animals to properly graze in designated areas, and return the
flock or herd safely to the pen, using existing roads and pathways.
25-25 HEAD
Course components include:
Take- pen, inspection & protection
Road work - drives, cross drives
STARTED 1320-1620’
INTERMEDIATE 1620-2340’
ADVANCED 2340-2640’
Car Passage (ADV only)
Difficult passages/obstacles
Stops (2 for intermed, 4 for Adv)
Graze approx distance 450’
FRIDAY SEPTMBER 15 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA4 - SHEEP - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: ROY SAGE
SATURDAY SEPTMBER 16 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA6 - SHEEP - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: ROY SAGE
SUNDAY SEPTMBER 17 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA8 - SHEEP - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: RICK HARDIN
BSCA FRENCH STYLE HERDING SHEEP
CHORES USING 25 - 50 HEAD SHEEP
25 HEAD SHEEP
35 HEAD OF SHEEP
50 HEAD OF SHEEP
STARTED - TIME: 10-15 minutes
INTERMEDIATE - TIME: 20-25 minutes
ADVANCED - TIME: 35-40 minutes
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE & MOVE
STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE BET.
CONES 135’ X 25’
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE &
GATHER STOCK FOR STOP ONE
MOVE STOCK TO GATE 135’ ACROSS
WEANING LOT
MOVE STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE
BET. CONES 135’ X 25’
MOVE STOCK THRU 18’ GATE
TO ROAD - 135’
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE &
GATHER STOCK FOR STOP ONE
MOVE STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE
BET. CONES 135’ X 25’
MOVE STOCK TO WATER TANK NORTH OF MOVE STOCK TO WATER TANK NORTH OF
FEEDER 200’ ACROSS WEANING LOT &
FEEDER 200’ ACROSS WEANING LOT &
HOLD TO WATER - OBSTACLE ONE
HOLD TO WATER - OBSTACLE ONE
& STOP TWO
& STOP TWO
MOVE STOCK DOWN ROAD TO MARKER
1/2 WAY TO ALFALFA FIELD & TURN AT
GATE & RETURN & ON TO FEEDLOT GATE
MOVE STOCK DOWN ROAD TOWARD
MARKER 2/3 T0 ALFALFA FIELD & TURN
AT GATE & MAKE RETURN
& ON TO FEEDLOT GATE
MOVE STOCK THRU GATE & TO
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE OF 450’
& HOLD TIL JUDGE SIGNALS TIME
MOVE STOCK THRU GATE & TO
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE 450’ &
HOLD TIL JUDGE SIGNALS TIME
MOVE STOCK DOWN ROAD TOWARD
ALFALFA FIELD & TURN AT GATE &
RETURN TO & ON TO FEEDLOT GATE
HANDLER MOVES TO POST THEN
GATHERS STOCK TO GATE AND
CONTINUE UP ROAD 100’ TO Y CHUTE
& UP 150” ALLEY
HANDLER MOVES TO POST THEN
GATHERS STOCK TO GATE AND
CONTINUE UP ROAD TO FEED BINS
MOVE STOCK THRU GATE & TO
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE 450’ &
HOLD TIL JUDGE SIGNALS TIME
DISTANCE 900’
MOVE STOCK UP 150’ X 12’ ALLEY
& INTO RE-PEN (INSIDE COW BARN)
TOTAL DRIVE & ROADWORK
DISTANCE APPROX 1600’
MOVE STOCK FROM WATER TO & THRU
18’ GATE TO ROAD - 135’ - REGATHER
STOCK FOR STOP THREE
HANDLER MOVES TO POST THEN
MOVE STOCK FROM FEED BINS TO &
GATHERS STOCK TO GATE & MOVES
THRU Y CHUTE (OBSTACLE TWO) & UP STOCK UP ROAD TO FEED BINS FOR STOP
ALLEY 150’ X 12’ & INTO RE-PEN
FOUR THEN TO ADV MARKER II
(INSIDE COW BARN)
TOTAL DRIVE & ROADWORK
DISTANCE APPROX
2200’
MOVE STOCK TO & THRU Y CHUTE & UP
ALLEY 150’ X 12’ & INTO RE-PEN (INSIDE
COW BARN) - RIBBON PULL AS STOCK
ENTERS Y CHUTE
TOTAL DRIVE & ROADWORK
DISTANCE
2600’
ADV
MARKER II
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COURSE MAP
SHEEP
DRIVES & ROADWORK
see MAP ONE for other details
TO ALFALFA FIELD
BSCA “French Style” Herding Course - CATTLE
The BSCA French course is intended to provide a venue to evaluate Belgian
Sheepdogs and similar herding breeds in non boundary tending work on both
sheep and cattle. The primary intent of the course is to emulate the kind of work a
tending dog might encounter and to evaluate the dog and handler’s ability to
ensure the management and control of the stock in a simulation of this work. The
overall quality of the work is paramount; it is intended that dogs which manage
their flock/herd in reasonable order should pass. While skill and maneuvering
should obtain higher scores and errors result in lower ones, the primary focus
should remain on the overall essence of the work required to take a flock or herd
from a pen to a graze site, allow the animals to properly graze in designated
areas, and return the flock or herd safely to the pen, using existing roads and
pathways.
Course components include:
Take- pen, inspection & protection
Road work - drives, cross drives
Car Passage (ADV only)
Difficult passages/obstacles
Stops (2 for intermed, 4 for Adv)
Graze approx distance 450’
Distance work
Gather
Sort (Adv only)
Re-Pen
FRIDAY SEPTMBER 15 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA5 - CATTLE - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: ROY SAGE
SATURDAY SEPTMBER 16 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA7 - CATTLE - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: ROY SAGE
SUNDAY SEPTMBER 17 2017 - EVENT # 2017BSCA9 - CATTLE - 10 RUN LIMIT JUDGE: RICK HARDIN
BSCA FRENCH STYLE HERDING CATTLE
CHORES USING 7-10 HEAD
ADVANCED - TIME: 35-40 minutes
STARTED - TIME: 10-15 minutes
INTERMEDIATE - TIME: 20-25 minutes
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION 36X 36
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION 36X 36
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
TAKE PEN/INSPECTION 36X 36
(BACK SIDE OF COW BARN)
MOVE STOCK DOWN
ALLEY 150’ X 12’
MOVE STOCK DOWN
ALLEY 150’ X 12’
MOVE STOCK DOWN ALLEY
150’ X 12’
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE
GATHER STOCK FOR STOP ONE
PASS THRU OPEN 12’ GATE
GATHER STOCK FOR STOP ONE
MOVE STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE
BET. CONES 135’ X 25’
MOVE STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE
BET. CONES 135’ X 25’
MOVE STOCK DOWN FENCE LINE
BET. CONES 135’ X 25’
MOVE STOCK TO GATE 135’ THRU
WEANING LOT
MOVE STOCK TO WATER TANK NORTH OF
FEEDER 200’ THRU WEANING LOT & HOLD
MOVE STOCK TO WATER TANK
NORTH OF FEEDER 200’ THRU
WEANING LOT & HOLD TO WATER OBSTACLE ONE & STOP TWO
MOVE STOCK THRU 18’ GATE
TO ROAD - 135’
MOVE STOCK FROM WATER TO &
THRU 18’ GATE TO ROAD - 135’
TO WATER
-
OBSTACLE ONE & STOP TWO
MOVE STOCK FROM WATER TO &
THRU 18’ GATE TO ROAD - 135’
REGATHER STOCK FOR STOP THREE
MOVE STOCK UP ROAD 135’ & TO MOVE STOCK UP ROAD 135’ & TO MOVE STOCK UP ROAD 135’ & TO
FEEDLOT ENTRY 100’ AND INTO
FEEDLOT ENTRY - 100’ & INTO
FEEDLOT ENTRY 100’ AND INTO
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE 450’
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE 450’
GRAZE AREA - DISTANCE 450’
GATHER STOCK TO GATE AND
CONTINUE UP ROAD - 100’
TO Y CHUTE
GATHER STOCK TO GATE AND
CONTINUE UP ROAD 100’ TO Y
CHUTE & UP 150’ X 12’ ALLEY
GATHER STOCK AND CONTINUE UP
ROAD 100’, CART WILL PASS, PAST
FEED BINS - OBSTACLE TWO & HOLD
FOR STOP FOUR
MOVE STOCK THRU Y CHUTE &
UP 150’ X 12’ ALLEY & INTO REPEN 36X 36 (INSIDE COW BARN)
MOVE STOCK UP ALLEY & INTO
RE-PEN 36X36
(INSIDE COW BARN)
MOVE STOCK TO Y CHUTE & UP 150’ X 12’
ALLEY INTO HOLD PEN 24X 24 , SINGLE
SORT 5 HEAD THEN RE-PEN REMAINDER
36X36 (INSIDE COW BARN)
COURSE MAP
CATTLE/SHEEP
see expanded 2 for Sheep Road Drives
NOTE: INSIDE THE COW BARN
RE-PEN FOR STARTED & INTERMEDIATE TEAMS
PEN, SORT, RE-PEN FOR ADVANCED TEAMS
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INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS
MOTELS
Ambassador Inn 925 Interstate Dr Manche ster TN 37355 (931) 728-2200
Best Western 168 Chaffin Place, Murfreesboro (615)895-3818
Double Tree Hotel 1850 Old Fort Pkwy, Murfreesboro (615)895-555 5
Motel 6 114 Chaffin Pl, Murfreesboro (615)890-8524
Red Roof Inn 2282 Armory Dr. Murfreesboro (615)893-0104
Best Value Inn &Suites 1954 S Church St, Murfreesboro (615)896-6030
Howard Johnson 2424 S Church St. Murfreesboro (615)896-5522
Quality Inn 2135 S Church St, Murfreesboro (615)890-1006
Ramada Inn 1855 S Church St, Murfreesboro (615)896-5080
CAMPING Cedar Point Campground, 1659 Cedar Point Rd, Manchester TN 931-857-3705
NO TRAILER HOOK-UP AVAILABLE AT BELLE MEADOW FARM, KOA CAMPGROUND IN NEARBY MANCHESTER TN
**BELLE MEADOW FARM IS A SMOKING FREE FACILITY**
GROUND RULES
Dogs must be ready for judging. Neither the Club nor the Course Director will be responsible or obligated to furnish any
services for notifying exhibitors or their agents of class judging. Bitches in heat run at end of their entered division.
Entry fees will not be refunded in the event a dog is absent/no show, disqualified, excused or barred from competition by
action of the trial committee or judge, handler does not think dog is ready or pulling dog after entry date close, or if the
trials can not be opened or completed by reasons or riots, civil distrubances, fire, Acts of God, or public emergency.
The club sponsoring these events, the course director, their agents, officers, club members and or committee shall assume
NO RESPONSIBILITY for injury to you or children or dogs. YOU ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.
All dogs must be leashed or crated at all times except when competing.
No electrical and or mechanical training devices will be permitted on the trial grounds.
Please clean up after your dogs, failure to do so could result in you being dismissed or barred from the trial grounds
and competing.
All dogs must have current vaccinations for rabies, distemper, parvo - please bring a copy of rabies certificate
or current tags with you.
There will be no use of cameras, phone, video allowed unless expressed permission from the Course Director.
These trials are held on private property, which is a working Farm. You must obey all Farm Rules.
Children must be accompanied by & kept under the direct supervision of an adult at all times.
Belle Meadow Farm, the Gavin/Kasser family is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any damage, injuries, tramua, losses, etc that
may occur while you are on the property.
Please vacate the premises upon completion of the TRIALS each day per CMBTASC Inusrance policy.
DIRECTIONS
Address: Stables at Belle Me adow 6531 HWY 64E Wartrace TN 37183 - Check in and you will be directed to Lee Rd trial Site
From Nashville. Travel south/e ast on I-24 toward Chat tanooga. Take Exit 97 toward Wartrace TN (turn right at the bot tom of the exit
ramp). Travel 3.5 miles from the interstate to The Stables at Belle Me adow (past the residence entrance for Belle Me adow Farm).
From Chat tanooga. Travel north/west on I-24 toward Nashville. Take Exit 97 toward Wartrace TN (turn lef t at bot tom of exit ramp).
Travel 3.5 miles from the interstate to The Stables at Belle Me adow (past the residence entrance for Belle Me adow Farm).
OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM: Belgian Sheepdog Club of America
BELLE MEADOW FARM 6531 HWY 64 E WARTRACE TN 37183
Entry fees: $60.00 per entry
Entries close at secretary’s office at 5:00 PM CDT SEPT 1 2017 or when limit is reached after which time entries
cannot be accepted, canceled, or substituted, except as provided for in Chapter 3 Section I of the Regulations for Herding Tests and Trials.
Event Limit: 10 runs per day
Checks payable in U.S. funds to: CBMTNASC
Send to: Sec. Heidi G Norton 6659 Hwy 64E Wartrace TN 37183
Do not send entries by any method which requires signature for delivery
EVENT NUMBERS: 2017BSCA4
2017BSCA5
EVENT NUMBERS: 2017BSCA6
2017BSCA7
EVENT NUMBERS: 2017BSCA8
2017BSCA9
FRIDAY SEPT 15 2017
SATURDAY SEPT 16 2017
SUNDAY SEPT 17 2017
S TA R T E D S H E E P / C AT T L E
S TA R T E D S H E E P / C AT T L E
S TA RT E D S H E E P / C AT T L E
INTERMEDIATE SHEEP/CATTLE
INTERMEDIATE SHEEP/CATTLE
INTERMEDIATE SHEEP/CATTLE
A D VA N C E D S H E
XE P / C ATXT L E
A D VA N C E D S H E
TLE
XE P / C AT X
A D VA N C E D S HXE E P / C AT TXL E
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG
Breed:
Variety
BLUE
Date of Birth
2-7-09
Date of Birth:
Sex
F
Variety
Sex:
REGISTERED NAME OF DOG (AKC titles only):
HC WALTZIN’ MATILDA AT BELLE MEADOW QW RN NF AX AXJ RATS HXBc HXBdM HXAcMdMsM
X
AKC No
AKC Litter No.
Breeder:
Sire:
Call Name: TILLY
DN23874611
Registration No:
ILP/PAL No:
Foreign Reg. No. & Country
FRED REED
LIBERTY’S COWBOY BLUES
Dam:
LIBERTY’S BUZZARD RED DAISY
Actual Owner(s) :
PLEASE PRINT
TAMARA & GAVIN KASSER
Address: 1
6659 HWY 64 E WARTRACE TN 37183
Name of owner’s agent (if any)l:
Fee enclosed:
TAMARA G KASSER
$180 CATTLE $180 SHEEP
I CERTIFY that I am the actual owner of the dog, or that I am the duly authorized agent of the actual owner whose name I have entered above. In
consideration of the acceptance of this entry I (we) agree to abide by the Rules and Regulations of the American Kennel Club in effect at the time
of this Herding Test or Trial and by any additional rules and regulations appearing in the premium list for this Herding Test or Trial or both, and
further agree to be bound by the "Agreement" printed on the reverse side of this entry form. I (we) certify and represent that the dog entered is not
a hazard to persons or other dogs. This entry is submitted for acceptance on the foregoing representation and agreement.
SIGNATURE of owner or agent duly authorized to make this entry
PHONE:
314-303-8379
Tamara G Kasser
E-MAIL
[email protected]
*entry confirmations and judging programs will be sent via e-mail, if available—print clearly

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