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Old 06-27-2010, 02:15 PM
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What does your dog have to win to qualify to enter crufts?

I copied this from the crufts website:

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(4) If it has won any of the following prizes in a breed class (as defined in Kennel Club Regulations for the Definitions of Classes at Championship Shows) at a Championship Show, including Crufts, where Challenge Certificates were offered for the breed between 8 January 2010 and 7 January 2011.

i. First, Second or Third in Minor Puppy Class
ii. First, Second or Third in Puppy Class
iii. First, Second or Third in Junior Class
iv. First, Second or Third in Yearling Class
v. First, Second or Third in Post Graduate Class
vi. First, Second or Third in Limit Class
vii. First, Second or Third in Open Class
viii. First, Second or Third in Veteran Class
Does this mean that you dog only has to win 1 of the above to qualify or do they have to win more than 1 of these classes? If more than 1, how many?
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U have come first second or third in one of the above
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Just one of the above.
Say if you had a puppy and it won 2nd in minor puppy then it will have qualified
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okay
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Haha the funny thing is me and chloe are sitting in the car together dead quiet and did that at the same time haha
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Old 06-27-2010, 04:16 PM
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haha, great minds think alike
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Yearling isn't a qualifiying class, might be in certain breeds but not chi's (well it never used to be)
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can i ask a question, can you show a dog over 6 pound, as i have been talking to someone today who told me their stud is 7 pound in weight, and has qualified for crufts, i dont know much about showing but i love to go watch, i thought they had to be under 6 pound ??????
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