Kollaps greyhound Show results
International Dog Show Lipica 3 oct 2015, greyhounds Kollaps Skrik and Kollaps Salome
Greyhound open class female
1° Excellent CAC R-CACIB
Greyhound champion class male
1° Excellent CAC CACIB BOS, CRUFT QUAL. 2016
Sally. Kollaps Salome is a greyhound female bred by Kollaps in 2014.
Kollaps Salome is by Sire Showline Sporting Trophy at Sobers (Giacomo), bred by Norwegian Kennel Showline and standing in Italy, Bitte Ahrens Primavera, all. Sobers. Giacomo is Italian Champion and, probably he was one of the most important stud of 2000's.
Dam is Blancmange Boshoi Ballerina imported in Italy by Kollaps in 2010 From Blancmange kennel of Ove Larsen. Ballerina is International, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia Champion
Kollaps Salome is Junior Croatian, Croatian, Slovenian, Italian, International, Champion, Club Champion 2017.
Kollaps Salome is Dam of Klimt litter litter.
Kollaps Skrik is a greyhound male from first greyhound litter bred by Kollaps.
Kollaps Skrik is son of Jet's Light in your eyes, bred by JET'S di Espen Engh and imported in 2009 by Kollaps.
Jet's Light in your Eyes is Beauty champion in 7 country, including Italy, he is International Champion and "Campione Riproduttore"
Kollaps Skrik is Croatian, Slovenian Champion
Regolamento Esposizioni Canine
FCI Show rules
Classes in which the CACIB can be awarded:
- Intermediate class (from 15 to 24 months) compulsory
- Open Class (15 months and over) compulsory
- Working Class (15 months and over) compulsory
- Champion Class (15 months and over) compulsory
To enter a dog in Champion Class, one of the following titles must have been confirmed by the day of the official closing date of entries; proof of this, by copy, must be enclosed with the entry form.
- International Beauty Champion of the FCI (CIB)
- International Show Champion of the FCI (CIE)
- National Beauty Champion of an FCI member country (with at least 2 CAC from thatsame country)
- National Show Champion of an FCI country
- National Beauty Champion of a non-FCI country which has signed a letter of
understanding with FCI
- National Show Champion of a non-FCI country which has signed a letter of
understanding with FCI
Minor Puppy Class (correctly inoculated puppies up to 6 months) optional
Puppy Class (from 6 to 9 months) optional
Junior Class (from 9 to 18 months) compulsory
Veteran Class (from 8 years and over) compulsory
Dog Qualification and placing
The qualifications given by the judges must correspond to the following definitions:
EXCELLENT may only be awarded to a dog which comes very close to the ideal standard of the breed, which is presented in excellent condition, displays a harmonious, well-balanced temperament, is of high class and has excellent posture. Its superior characteristics in respect of its breed permit that minor imperfections can be ignored; it must however have the typical features of its sex.
VERY GOOD may only be awarded to a dog that possesses the typical features of its breed, which has well-balanced proportions and is in correct condition. A few minor faults may be tolerated. This award can only be granted to a dog that shows class.
GOOD is to be awarded to a dog that possesses the main features of its breed. The good points should outweigh the faults so that the dog can be considered a good representative of its breed.
SUFFICIENT should be awarded to a dog which corresponds adequately to its breed, without possessing the generally accepted characteristics or whose physical condition leaves a lot to be desired.
Titles and awords
CACIB – Certificat d’Aptitude au Championnat International de Beauté de la FCI The only dogs which can be taken into consideration for the CACIB are those which have been awarded “EXCELLENT 1” in intermediate, open, working and champion class.
A CACIB can only be awarded if the dog in question has been assessed as being of superior quality. The CACIB is not automatically and compulsorily linked to the “EXCELLENT 1”
The Reserve CACIB is awarded to the second best dog which was given the qualification “EXCELLENT” from the above mentioned classes. The dog placed second in the class where the CACIB winner comes from can compete for the Reserve CACIB, if awarded excellent. It is not compulsory to award the Reserve CACIB.
Best of Breed (BOB) and Best of Opposite Sex (BOS)
The Best junior, CACIB winner and best veteran from both sexes, if awarded excellent, will compete for Best of Breed (BOB). The judge must also choose the best exhibit from the opposite sex (BOS) next to the BOB winner.