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Welcome to HKC-NC.org – the website of the Hendersonville Kennel Club, Inc.
Founded in 1977 to promote the sport of pure-bred dogs, the Hendersonville Kennel Club has evolved into a community based organization that also promotes responsible dog ownership, public education, and seeks to protect the rights of dog owners in our community. We sponsor conformation, obedience and rally shows, training classes and health clinics.
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HENDERSONVILLE KENNEL CLUB
AKC SANCTIONED “B” MATCH
CONFORMATION MATCH – PUBLIC WELCOME
DATE: Saturday, September 27, 2014 rain or shine (tent provided if rain)
LOCATION: Jackson Park, Field 6 – Hendersonville, NC – ALL JUDGING OUTDOORS
REGISTER: On site from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
FEES: Regular Entry – $8 Junior Showmanship – $5
SCHEDULE: Junior Showmanship at 12:30, regular classes at 1:00
JUDGING ORDER: Junior Showmanship, Conformation Classes, Best Puppy, Best Adult – Three Conformation Rings
JR. SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES: 8 years to under 10 years; 10 years to under 14 years;
14 years to under 18 years
CONFORMATION CLASSES: 4 – 6 Month Puppy; 6 – 9 Month Puppy; 9 – 12 Month Puppy; Adult
Classes divided for dogs and bitches. Puppies will not compete against Adults.
Poodles one year old or older must be shown in an acceptable show clip.
No tape allowed on ears. Only AKC approved show collars and leads allowed.
Major-pointed dogs welcome. Professional handlers may show only dogs they own.
Judges and their assignments: Barbara Pepper (Swannanoa, NC): Sporting, Toy, Best Adult; Kari Hill (Greenville SC): Jr. Showmanship, Terrier, Hound, Working; Judith Smith (Hendersonville, NC) Non Sporting, Herding, Best Puppy
This Match will be held under the Rules and Regulations of the American Kennel Club governing “B/OB” Matches. Wins at sanctioned matches carry no AKC championship points nor legs toward obedience titles.
Food and drinks will be available for sale on site. Food will be available for purchase from 11:30-12:30. KoleKole Ice will be on site with Sno Cones and funnel cakes.
Official Match Photographer is Joan Mahone. Pictures in the ring/wins/casual shots will be available. Lots of prizes!!!! Bring your own chairs.
DIRECTIONS TO MATCH SITE: from 1-26 East or West take Exit 53 (Upward Rd) toward Hendersonville. Turn right on Hwy 176. Go through three traffic lights and look for brown sign on the right for Jackson Park. Park entrance is at end of Glover Street. Once in the park, look for signs for Ball field 6 turn right. Dog Show signs will be posted. From Greenville take Hwy 25 North and follow directions above (25N and 176W are the same).
For additional information, contact Match Chairperson Victoria Galaspy at 828-290-8223, or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Join us and meet special guest dog Beemer, from BMW of Asheville, as we raise funds for Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue in Brevard and Fletcher. Have your photo made with Beemer in her kissing booth for a donation, and check out some cool BMW’s too.
There will be a raffle, $2 per ticket, winning tickets drawn prior to show judging. Beemer is donating a tote bag of goodies to the raffle and there will be other items as well. There will also be a silent auction. Must be present to win.
Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue
From the Charlie’s Angels website, http://www.wncanimalrescue.org/
“Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue began as commitment to rescue animals from the high-kill animal shelter in Transylvania County. In 2008 records show that 71% of the animals brought to the Transylvania County animal shelter were euthanized. By 2009, 80% were being saved thanks in large part to the efforts of the CAAR volunteers.
“What began as a small group of volunteers has evolved into one of the leading animal rescue groups in western North Carolina and now rescues adoptable animals in Transylvania, Henderson, and Buncombe Counties. Since it’s inception in 2009 CAAR has saved nearly 1,100 animals from certain death and has established networks with other rescue groups throughout the eastern US.
“In 2012 CAAR expanded its scope of services and now operates its own kennel aptly called Safe Haven. The organization remains dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, and often neglected animals from area shelters and helping them find their “furever” home through local adoptions or through a network of cooperating rescue groups in other states.”
Charlie’s Angels is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 charitable organization; donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.