|Deadline for cancellation||4th Nov 2017 20:00|
|Deadline for enrollment||4th Nov 2016 20:00|
|Acceptance of dogs||5th Nov 2017 09:50|
|Event start||5th Nov 2017 10:00|
|Event end||5th Nov 2017 12:00|
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|Title||Vranov u Brna|
|GPS||49.3111997N 16.6047336E »|
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Místo se nachází nad motokrosovou tratí. Směr od Šebrova, první odbočka doprava před penzionem Na Gruntě. Pro ty, kteří použijí MHD č. 57, vystoupí ve Vranově na konečné autobusu a půjdou kousek směrem na Šebrov.
Louka je v mírném svahu. Výhodou této lokality je oplocení celého pozemku.
Entry fee / 2 runs
|Member||100 CZK||150 CZK||200 CZK|
|Nonmember||150 CZK||200 CZK||300 CZK|
Conditions of participation
Conditions for all participants:
Running is subject to: harnesses, collars. The handler who will not respect these conditions will not be allowed to run!
Dogs are under the supervision of owners, racing on the track is fined 500 CZK.
Dogs run with muzzle that does not cause them pain, allow them to breathe freely and prevent injury to the dog by pulley or injury to the other dog.
Pass a valid eyeball with the current owner's name on the check.
Do not forget enough water for the dog.
Animals with visible wounds and pregnant females will not be admitted to the grounds (only in agreement with the organizer).
It is strictly forbidden to freely run dogs!
Dogs are the responsibility of their owners.
Possible damage or loss is not paid by the organizer!
The organizer does not in any way assume responsibility for accidents, injuries, or illnesses that have been suffered by the participants in the event or caused by themselves!
Any doping is prohibited!
Coursingu can only participate in clinically healthy dogs, accompanied by a vaccination card or pet passport, which contains a record of valid rabies vaccination.
Dogs who have not passed at the specified time by veterinary examination may not participate in the race.
Since 1.3.2004, the Act on the Protection of Animals against Torture Act No. 246/1992 Coll., As amended, especially as amended by Act No. 77/2004 Coll. prohibiting the propagation of animal abuse by showing at public events.
Therefore, a dog with eared ears will not be admitted to the public canine action.
Addendum for race:
All kinds of doping are forbidden !!! Paragraph 1. 1. Doping see the FCI International Race and Coursing Rules.
Exclusion of the participant
Any dogs in the course of the race will be excluded at any time by clearly outrageous, invasive dogs
people and other dogs, and dogs not controlled by their dog handlers, unscrupulous handlers, violations of sentences and orders, animal welfare rules (including punishment and harsh treatment of dogs) and violations of good morals.
Exclusion of the participant
Out of the competition will be excluded at any time by dogs apparently attacking, invading persons or other dogs, and dogs not controlled by their dog handlers, unsportsmanlike handlers, violations of sentences and orders, animal welfare rules (including punishment and brutal treatment with a dog) and in violation of good morals.
Objections and complaints may be filed only in writing in the race office after the principal has been deposited with CZK 500, which, in case the protest is unjustified, falls to the organizer. Otherwise, the principal shall be returned to the proposer. The protest must be submitted in writing to the head of the coursing course during the race, otherwise it will not be accepted. The protest will be discussed by a commission composed of the race judges and the race manager. It shall inform the appellant of the outcome of the hearing without undue delay. Further, a written record will be made to discuss the protest, which will be forwarded to the DaC Commission of ČMKU together with the "Coursing Race Report".
The responsibility of the organizer and officers of the coursing race is governed by the provisions of Article 1.11 of the FCI International Race and Coursing Regulations. Neither the organizer nor coursing officials are responsible for injuries caused by dog owners, handlers, dogs, or officials themselves. They also reject all responsibility for lost dogs. The dog owner is not responsible if his dog hurts a second dog during a coursing session. In all other cases, the owner takes over his own
dog full responsibility.