wieght pulling?

Foro de debate sobre el Real Decreto 287/2002, sobre el régimen jurídico de animales potencialmente peligrosos. (España)
GUILLERMOV
 
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wieght pulling?

Nota por GUILLERMOV » 29 Ago 2006, 14:28

alguien sabe si en españa se celebran concursos, campeonatos, exhibiciones o algo asi de weihgt pulling?

por cierto, alguien sabe si hay algun reglamento en estas competiciones? lo digo por lo siguiente. todos hemos oido barbaridades de peso que algunos perros han tirado, 1000 kg, 2000 kg 2200kg, pero no es lo mismo arrastras 2200 kg subidos en un carrito con ruedas. que arrastrar 1000 kg en un trineo sobre la hierba (lo segundo es mucho mas dificil por el rozamiento y tal).

tambien influye el tamaño de las ruedas, creo qeu cuesta mas arrancar cuanto mas grandes sean las ruedas pero despues las ruedas grandes tienen mas incercia por lo que es mas facil tirar (o al reves, pero el caso es que influye bastante)

lo digo por que vi un video de un perro que movia una camioneta de esas americanas que deben pesar 3000 kilos, por lo cual deberia ser record mundial y absoluto, no?

en fin, si alguien me lo aclara... y de paso sabe si hay algo de eso en españa pues se agradece.

saludos

Pirbul
 
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Re: wieght pulling?

Nota por Pirbul » 31 Ago 2006, 03:19

Ni idea sobre concursos o eventos de tiro, se que en otros paises esto es habitual y tal, aqui en España que yo sepa no hay nada parecido.

Reglamento de Weight Pulling

El Weight Pulling es una prueba de resistencia y potencia que consiste en el arrastre de peso a la que son sometidos a una carreta cargada de peso variable al pitbull, raza nórdica o rottweiler, puesto el arnés de arrastre se sujeta
mediante fuertes correas a la carreta y debe arrastrarla, aproximadamente 5 metros de longitud.

Terreno de competencia:

El terreno que se utiliza puede ser de tierra, loza o césped

Categorías:

• Categoría A: APBT machos y hembras hasta 24 Kg. A partir de 12 meses de edad.
• Categoría B: APBT Machos y hembras de 24 Kg. o más a partir de los 12 meses de edad.
• Categoría Abierta: Participan A y B.

NOTA: cabe resaltar que se recomienda poner en práctica a los perros desde los 8 meses de edad pero la edad perfecta para hacer participe al máximo un ejemplar de estos es desde el año y medio, ya que los huesos y músculos junto a las articulaciones son más fuertes.

Puntos y Normas a Seguir:

• Todo perro que participe debe estar afiliado al algún club (seria la idea, pero aquí en España es difícil...)
• Previo a la competencia deben ser examinados por el veterinario para comprobar que estén aptos.
• Todo participante debe contar con su propio equipo (arnés de arrastre, mordedores, otros). Esta norma será utilizada después de un periodo de tiempo en que sea enseñado al participante a contar con su equipo propio.
• Participan perros a partir de los 12 meses machos y hembras.
• Al iniciar la competencia todos los APBT tendrán que tener las condiciones de arrastre.
• La competencia será calificada de acuerdo al peso y la distancia, al tiempo que logro arrastrar el perro, y el mejor que supere la prueba será el ganador.
• El tiempo para el recorrido es de 1 minuto y medio.
• Los participantes deben acatar la decisión del juez que es determinante.

Características del área de competencia:

La pista es de unos 5 metros de longitud y de 2 metros de ancho, el peso de arrastre será estipulado por el organizador y dicho peso según transcurran las rondas podrá ser alterado por el participante para así lograr el mayor peso.

El participante podrá ayudar a su ejemplar en la prueba permitiéndole 3 jalones de la traílla para así estimular al perro en el arrastre. (esta no siempre se permite)

Penalizaciones:

• Esta prohibido estimular al perro con animales, hembras en celo, solo pueden hacerlo con mordedores (juguetes, trapos, pelota) o comida.
• Esta prohibido tocar o golpear al perro una vez iniciado la competencia.
• El perro no debe coger el mordedor, será penado y volverá a iniciar con el tiempo transcurrido.
• Está prohibido golpear al perro en el periodo de competencia, esta actitud será penalizada con descalificación del participante en dicha ronda clasificatoria.
• Se penalizará con 3 segundos o 1 pies si el participante toca al ejemplar en la competencia.
• Al permitirle 3 jalones por la traílla al participante, se le sancionará con 5 segundos o 1 pies cada jalón de traílla de más.
• Aquel perro que salga del área de arrastre se regresara al punto de inicio con el tiempo ya transcurrido.

Para la puntuación:

Las competencias contarán de 3 rondas, 2 de ellas clasificatorias, y los mejores en clasificación irán a la ronda final.

Los primeros puestos serán asignados a los perros que llevaron el peso estipulado hasta la meta en el tiempo reglamentario y le serán sumadas las penalizaciones en segundos para sacar al mejor tiempo de la competencia.

Aquellos perros que no pudieron llevar el peso al área final serán clasificados por la distancia recorrida y se le restara las distancias que contienen cada penalización dar para así sacar a los otros participantes ganadores.

En dichas puntuaciones se aplicarán las penalizaciones que cada participante acumule en el transcurso de la competencia.

La distancia recorrida será tomada desde la línea de inicio hasta el punto centro del área de las llantas traseras de la carreta.

Razones de la descalificación

Su perro debe tirar de 16 pies en 60 segundos. Si el carro se está moviendo durante los 60 segundos y el perro acaba el tirón, contará, y el perro se moverá encendido al redondo siguiente. El tiempo se tomara segundos solamente. Si el perro no puede hacer el tirón en 60 segundos, será un tirón de no. (El perro quedara fuera de la competición para ese día.)

Usted tiene 1 enredo, si su perro enreda dos veces, él es Dqed.

Si usted toca su perro antes de que las llamadas del juez tiren, usted será Dqed. Después de que su perro se enganche encima de usted deba proceder directamente a través de la línea de final. Si usted llama su perro antes de que usted cruce la línea de final usted será Dqed. Si su perro le toca antes de que usted consiga a través de la línea usted será Dqed. Si usted alcanza a través y toca la tierra a través de la línea de final usted será Dqed.

El sportsmanship pobre no será tolerado y usted puede ser Dqed en la discreción de los jueces. Cualquier tentativa de engañar, y usted serán Dqed. Esto será determinado por el juez oficial para el tirón particular.

Que no prohíben 1 enredo, si su perro enreda una segunda vez, él será DQed del enredo de la competición incluye caminar del arnés, cogido alrededor de una barrera, o cualquier cosa que el juez se siente podría lastimar el perro.

Normas ADBA para el Arrastre de peso
http://www.apbt.info/tiki-index.php?page=ADBA+Rules+for+Weight+Pull


ADBA Rules for Weight Pull

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2006 ADBSI Sanctioned Weight Pulling Event
Rules, Requirements and Clarifications

PROPER EQUIPMENT IS MANDATORY
WHEN HOLDING AN ADBSI
SANCTIONED WEIGHT PULL.
Hosting clubs must provide:
a) Weights Ranging from 50 lbs and up.
b) Scale Check weight for scale MUST be certified (stamped) by state.
c) Regulation stopwatch
d) Rope for pulling area and holding area.
e) Chalk board of any type, (large enough for easy viewing by all) for recording weight and time each dog pulls.
f) Ribbon awards: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for each weight class, male & female. A total of 36 ribbons. (Ribbon awards to be ordered from ADBSI)
g) Two trophy awards: Most Weight Pulled per Pound of Body Weight - 55 pound & under classes. Most Weight Pulled per Pound of Body Weight - 55 pound & over classes. (Trophies are to be supplied by hosting club.)
h) ADBSI weight pull judges book –(Results MUST be on ADBSI approved weight pull forms.)
i) Current Weight Pulling rules for handouts.
j) Weight pull-scoring sheets.
k) Registration entry forms for Weight Pull.
ACE OF ACE CLASS
Ace of Ace class awards will consist of:
9 Rosette awards: 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for each weight class - Males and females pull together. (Ordered from ADBSI)
2 Trophy awards. Most Weight Pulled per Pound of Body Weight -55lb. & under - Most Weight Pulled per Pound of Body Weight - 55lb. & over. (Trophies are to be supplied by hosting club.)
NOTICE: Any additional trophies or ribbons may be given at discretion of the club but required ADBSI awards MUST be given and ONLY these awards will receive points.
OFFICIALS AND DUTIES
Judge: Must be sanctioned by ADBSI and in good standing. Directs weight pull. Settles dis¬putes. Has the final decision. Directs load¬ing of cart and in¬forms scorekeeper of total weight on cart. Also in charge of the cart people.
Scorekeeper #1: Keeps record of weights pulled and times of pull for each dog, re¬cords fouls.
Scorekeeper #2: Announces results and records win¬ners in each weight division.
Scorekeeper #3: Keeps results of times and weights pulled on the score¬board for par¬ticipants & audie¬nce.
Entrance monitor: Controls holding area, have dog on deck, har¬nessed and in pulling position. Informs handlers of the weight dog are pulling.
Cart people: Load and unloads the cart and positions the cart for the next pull.
• The weight pull judge and/or family members can not enter or pull a dog in a wt. pull that he/she is judging unless an alternate judge, judges the entire class the dog is entered in.
• Dogs will be weighed in on the day of the event. If it is a two-day event, or two pulls are being held on the same day, the weight will be carried over to the 2nd day or second event.
• Two officials must be present during the time of weigh in.
• No spayed or neutered dogs are allowed to enter in an ADBSI sanctioned weight pull.
• No artificial aids or illegal substances may be used to enhance a dog’s performance.
• All dogs must be nine (9) months of age to enter.
• There is no qualifying pull necessary to enter weig¬ht pull.
• Dog must make a com¬plete pull (a minimum of one round at the minimum required weight) to receive points and a¬wards.
ADBSI CERTIFIED weight pull RULES
1) All dogs must be ADBA registered and no less than nine (9) months of age (to date of birth) to enter.
2) No bitches in heat will be allowed to enter. If a bitch is allowed to enter de¬ceit¬fully, the judge will disqualify that dog and no entry fee will be refunded.
3) While participating in event(s), leads are to be no longer than 4 feet and attached to a “belt buckle” collar. Collar must be secure. No “quick release” snaps, “choke chains” or “flex” leads will be allowed.
4) No dogs that are aggressive to humans will be allowed to enter. (Muzzled or not muzzled.) No ag¬gressive action will be all¬owed by dogs to¬ward hand¬ler or any off¬icial during pull com¬peti¬tion. If a dog of this tem¬pera¬ment is allowed to enter in er¬ror, the judge will disqualify that dog and no entry fee will be refunded. ¬ Excitement is not to be in¬ter¬preted as aggres¬sion. Remember, your dog may be handled by persons other than yourself.
5) All equipment to be used by contestants MUST be checked by judge, prior to use.
6) The weight pull track must be verified consistently level or at incline by the judge before the pull begins. The decision of how often the track will be checked throughout the com¬petition must be decided at the handlers meeting before the pull starting. (This can only be done between weight classes, not in the middle of the weight class).
7) No artificial aids may be used on dogs feet, carpet, etc. (Dog pads are to be clean, free of any stick-em, etc.)
8) It will be decided at the handlers meet¬ing if the judge will begin the time by a go or pull command, or if the handlers will begin the time by releas¬ing the dog. (It is necessary for all four feet to be on the ground when the dog is released.) The handler must let the judge know before beginning their pull, which command he/she will use.
9) Dogs designated as an ADBSI ACE cannot enter regular weight pull competi¬tion. No dog is considered an ACE until 100 points have been achieved.
10) Fouls will be called and entrant will be disqualified in the weight class com¬peting in after three fouls are com¬mitted. (Ex¬ample) Foul, Foul, out. Fouls may be com¬mitted intentionally or uninten¬tionally.
The following is a list of fouls:
a. Touching the cart or dog in any ¬way after time has been started.
b. Pushing, pulling or dropping dog at the start of pull.
c. Allowing the dog to take hold of or touch the bait while pulling in competi¬tion.
d. Any aggressive action of handler towards dog during pull compet¬ition.
e. Running out of time (taking long¬er than the 60 seconds allowed to com¬plete the pull).
11) Alibis - Unintentional circumstan¬ces that make a dog unable to complete a pull. The judge will stop time and instruct the handlers to handle their dog and cart. (An example of these circumstances could be: tangling in the traces or harnes¬ses; equip¬ment malfunc¬tion; or any outside inter¬ference that prevents the dog from complet¬ing his pull.) ¬¬¬¬¬¬ Handler may point out a possible alibi, but the judge will have the final decision. Any two alibis=one foul. If a pull is interrupted by a foul or an alibi, the dog is to be immediately taken back to the starting line and the pull will begin again. No pull will be valid unless it is an un-interrupted pull. If a dog is disqualified, his last valid pull is his top pull of that class.
12) If a dog completes the pull off the track, it is considered a complete pull as long as no fouls or alibis are com¬mitted.
13) There will be six diff¬erent weight clas¬ses. ¬Sep¬arate a¬wards will be given to males and females for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each weight division. The dogs will be weighed in and placed into the following classes:
35 lbs and under …….... Males & females
35 to 45 lbs ........…....... Males & females
45 to 55 lbs ........…....... Males & females
55 to 65 lbs .........…...... Males & females
65 to 75 lbs .........…...... Males & females
75lbs and over ....…...... Males & females
14) Dogs must be entered in their natural body weight class. If a dogs weight is exactly ¬55lbs., the owner may enter their dog in either the 45 to 55lb class, or the 55 to 65lb class. Weight class must be chosen at time of registration. Dogs will be competing for the MWPPP trophy award of the weight class entered. The wei¬ght pull is a test of strength and stamina, not brute strength.
15) All weight pull awards will be decided by most weight pulled per pound of body weight, with the lowest common denominator being 30 pounds, regardless of the dog’s natural body weight. Dogs weighing in less than 30 lbs. will be handicapped accordingly.
16) Points will be given for first, second and third place wins. Point breakdown:
First place award …… 8 points
Second place award .. 5 points
Third place award …... 3 points
Trophy award ………. 10 points
17) Two trophies will be awarded for Most Weight Pulled per Pound of Body Weight. One for the overall winner of the 55 pound and under classes and one for the overall winner of the 55 pound and over classes. Dogs will be competing for trophy award based on weight class entered. (Lowest common denominator will be 30lbs.) Sex is not a factor when det¬ermining the winner of these two awards. (These weight divisions will give enough latitude that the handler's expertise will be an in¬fluen¬tial factor for a winning pull. This vari¬ance will allow for ex¬perimen¬ting in train¬ing in order to bring a dog to its most efficient pulling weight. ¬This will also encourage a handler to work and con¬dition the dog and not bring an "off the yard" animal into competition.)
18) Certification will be made by the weight pull judge of the clubs cart and individual weights to be used. Total weight of cart and traces will be con¬sidered as part of the total weight pulled.
19) Traces must be no less than 4 feet and no more than 6 feet long. Hand¬ler will allow no more than one foot of slack in the traces.
20) Owner of the dog must supply harness. (A well fitting harness is an advantage for your dog. This will encour¬age handlers and owners to provide their own harnesses made to fit the dog that is pull¬ing and made to weigh as little as poss¬ible.) Any harness used must be a "standard harness.” Shocks, springs etc. cannot be used on harness. No leashes will be allowed to be attached to the dog, col¬lar, or har¬ness while the dog is pulling.
21) Surface any surface selected by the club must be as smooth and level as possibl¬e. We discourage using a paved surface unless covered in order to protect the dog's feet. (Every dog is pulling the same cart under the same conditions and surface for that day’s competi¬tion. - Your dog is competing with the dogs of their weight division under equal conditions for that days pulling awards.)
22) The holding area should be positioned in front of the pulling track, if site per¬mits, far enough away so the pulling dogs will not be interfered with.
23) Pulling track will be roped off or blocked off 10 feet on each side of track to pre¬vent spectat¬ors from crowd¬ing pulling track and distract¬ing the pulling contes¬tan¬t. All dogs should also be kept well away from pulling track..
24) Males and females will pull with each other, in the same class. Males will pull first. (The judge has checked all bitches for heat before com¬petition.¬)
25) Start and finish lines will be mar¬ked plai¬nly with the length of pulling surface extending far enough beyond the 15 feet so that the dog may remain on the pull¬ing surface after pull is ¬completed.
26) Dogs will be called to the holding area where dog’s number will be checked. The pull will commence according to the weight divisions. Lightest weight class will pull first.
27) Dogs must pull the cart and weight a total of 15 feet in 60 seconds.
28) Ties will be broken by elapsed time it took to complete pull. In the event of a tie due to club running out of weights, additional weights can be provided in any form as long as the judge & hosting club approve it. (Safety and club's liability is first concern when considering this option. Therefore, elapsed time should be used whenever possible to break all ties) Judge will make the decision as to how ties will be broken. Judges decision will be final!
29) The first weight round for all dogs in each class will be determined by the judge, after discussion with the handlers entered in that class. The starting weight will be no less than three (3) times the weight of the heaviest dog in weight class, plus the weight of the cart and traces. If combining classes, use weight of the heaviest dog in the heaviest class plus the weight of the cart and traces to determine the starting weight. A pull will not be valid unless it is a complete, uninterrupted pull. Fouls or alibis occurring will result in the pull being started over.
30) THE JUDGE will determine the increase in weight to be pulled for each round. THE JUDGES DECISION IS FINAL!
31) Every dog has the right to "sit out" on a weight increase NO MORE THAN 4 TIMES. (Choose to pull at a weight increase or wait for the next weight increase.) This need not be done consecutively. "Sit outs will start after a dog has made a complete pull.
32) All dogs entered in a weight class will pull to completion (pull out) and awards will be determined before another weight class be¬gins. Every dog will pull to his/her weight limit in the class enter¬ed, thereby deter¬mining the first, second and third place awards. A process of elimin¬ation at in¬creased weights determ¬ined by the judge is the only way to eliminate dogs until awards can be given. Weight classes can be com¬bined if holding area can accommo¬date all the dogs in the class. Extra care must be taken to keep records straight when combin¬ing classes.
33) Dogs will pull in turn, but no dog will be re¬quired to pull without five minutes allowed between pulls. If the rest period is taken, the pull is to continue with dog re-entering as soon as the rest period is up. Hand¬ler may choose to waive the 5-minute rest period¬.
34) Dogs will be harnessed after being call¬ed to get ready and remain har¬nessed in the holding area until the dog is call¬ed to the pulling track. Dog will then be able to compete. Dogs will be eliminated if dog fails to complete the pull, or is fouled out, or he will remain at the rear of the line in the holding area for the next pulling round. (Harness may be removed from dog between pulls, as long as contes¬tant does not hold up pull.) The cart will be placed with front wheels di¬rectly be¬hind and touching the starting line. The round is com¬plete and time re¬corded when front wheels first touch the finish line.
35) Two handlers may work the dog and bait. (If bait is used, it MUST be held in front of the dog.) Handlers will be al¬lowed in the pulling area, with bait, in any position and as close to the dog as long as the dog is unable to touch the bait. Hand¬ler will allow no more than one foot of slack in the traces.
36) Baiting of the dog will be allowed by handlers inside the pulling area. No food or live bait will be allowed. Example of ap¬proved bait: Piece of leather hide, tire, Frisbee, squeak toy, etc. ANY
OBJECT THAT MAY BE DETRIMENTAL TO THE IMAGE OF THE BREED WILL NOT BE ALLOWED AS BAIT. ALL ITEMS TO BE USED MUST BE APPROVED BY THE JUDGE BEFORE THE BEGINN¬ING OF THE COMPETITION. THE JUDGES DECISION IS FINAL! No baiting will be allowed that en¬courages aggression towards humans, such as hitting the other handler, attack train¬ing sleeve, etc. Handlers must remain in¬side the pulling track area until the pull is com¬pleted or time is up. (Some American Pit Bull Terriers need to have bait in order for them to pull. We are not teaching them to go after bait, just sparking their genetic in¬stinct in order for them to pull. Being an in¬telligent dog and the fact that most pit bulls are housed on chains, they soon learn just how far their chain will go and when they feel a slight tug of resist¬ance, they will stop pulling, thinking they have reached the end of the chain. This is in¬deed an obstacle if the dog you are teach¬ing is housed on a chain. ¬Therefore, bait is usually a neces¬sity.) Command pullers are quickly replac¬ing bait pullers, but both styles are al¬lowed.

THE ACE OF ACE CLASS
• Only dogs that have earned the title of "ACE" (100 points +) may compete¬ in this class.
• A minimum of eight dogs entered is required to hold this class.
• Points earned from this class will go to¬wards advancing the title of "Ace" to de¬grees of "Aces."
• Males and Females pull together.
• The weight divisions for the Ace of Ace class:
44 lbs & under,
44 to 64 lbs.
64 lbs and over.
• Dogs must enter their natural body weight class. If dogs weight is exactly ¬44lbs., the owner may enter their dog in either the 44lb & under class, or the 44 to 64lb. class. Weight class must be chosen at time of registration
• Four "sit outs" are allowed for each dog. Ace of Ace rest period between pulls is 5 minutes. • Males and females pull together in weight classes. Weight classes can be combined. Extra care must be taken to keep records straight if combining weight classes. • The beginni¬ng weight to be pulled will be decid¬ed by the hand¬lers and judge. • ACES will be compet¬ing for Most Weight Pull¬ed Per Pound of Body Weight 55lbs and under; and Most Weight Pulled Per Pound Of Body Weight 55lbs and over, trophy awards, along with 1st , 2nd and 3rd place awards in each weight division. • All weight pull awards are also decided by the most weight pulled per pound of body weight, with the lowest common denominator set at 30lbs. • Sex of win¬ners is not a factor. •Trophy Awards: First Place: 15 points, 2nd place: 10 pts, 3rd place: 4 points • A total of 200 points will give your dog the title of "Ace of Ace.” 300 points "Ace of Ace I,” 400 points "Ace of Ace II" etc.
(It is a fact that the strongest dog is the one that can pull the most weight per body pound. The focus of the Ace class is the same as the non-Ace (regular class) to determine the strongest dog competing within each division of that day’s competition.)
ACE of ACE class is NOT to be held with the regular weight pull, ALL POINTS EARNED BY THE ACE'S WILL BE VOID
Any weight pull being judged by a non-certified weight pull judge or a judge whose certification has expired, will cause the weight pull to be void and no points
or refunds will be given.

Rule CLARIFICATIONS, ETC.
 CONSISTENT WEIGHT INCREASES IN EACH WEIGHT CLASS IS ENCOURAGED – NOT A RULE.
 WEIGH IN OFFICIALS (NO LESS THAN 2) REMAIN CONSISTENT FOR ALL DOGS ENTERED THAT DAY.
 ANY CALL(S) ALLOWED TO CONTESTANTS BY THE JUDGE, IS TO BE CONSIDERED A COURTESY, NOT A REQUIREMENT OR RULE. EQUAL CONSIDERATION OF ALL CONTESTS IS REQUIRED. THIS OPTION MUST BE DISCUSSED AND CLARIFIED BEFORE PULL BEGINS.
 JUDGE CAN DISQUALIFY CONTESTANTS FOR ANY INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR.
 WT PULL JUDGE OR SEPARATE TIMEKEEPER CAN CONTROL STOPWATCH.
 ANY INDIVIDUAL HANDLING A DOG IN ANY AGGRESSIVE MANNER, AT ANY TIME, IS TO BE DISQUALIFIED WITH NO REFUND GIVEN.
 ADBA/ADBSI SANCTIONED Conformation JUDGE AND weight pull JUDGE, HAVE THE SAME AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY TO ENFORCE ALL RULES OF THE SANCTIONING BODY AND HOSTING CLUB IN AND OUTSIDE OF THE RING/PULLING TRACK AREA AT ALL SANCTIONED EVENTS.
 TROPHIES IN THE REGULAR CLASS ARE TO BE NO MORE THAN 29" IN HEIGHT. ACE TROPHIES ARE TO BE NO MORE THAN 31" IN HEIGHT.
 ADBSI WILL FURNISH 1ST 2ND & 3RD PLACE ROSETTES IN BOTH REGULAR AND ACE OF ACE CLASSES.
 A MOST WEIGHT PULLED PER POUND OF BODY WEIGHT TROPHY WILL BE AWARDED TO THE OVERALL WINNER OF THE 55LB AND UNDER MALE AND FEMALE CLASSES AS WELL AS THE 55 POUND AND OVER MALE AND FEMALE CLASSES.
 weight pull RULES AT ADBSI SANCTIONED EVENTS, SHOULD BE CONSISTENT IN ALL AREAS OF THE COUNTRY.
 WEIGH-IN WILL BE PERFORMED THE MORNING OF THE FIRST EVENT. WEIGHT WILL CARRY OVER TO THE SECOND EVENT (IF APPLICABLE). THERE WILL BE NO RE-WEIGH FOR THE SECOND DAY EVENT FOR FIRST DAY COMPETITORS. IF A COMPETITOR ONLY COMPETES IN THE SECOND EVENT, HE IS REQUIRED TO WEIGH-IN THE MORNING OF THE SECOND EVENT
 ACE OF ACE CLASS MUST BE HELD SEPARATE FROM THE REGULAR CLASSES – OR POINTS WILL BE VOID.
 IF ALLOWED A REWEIGH, IT IS TO BE CONSIDERED A COURTESY, NOT A REQUIREMENT OR RULE, AND SECOND WEIGHT MUST BE USED.
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Additional clarifi¬ca¬tions needed on any of these rules, con¬tact the A.D.B.S.I. show department at (801) 936-7513 between the hours of 11:00am – 4:30pm Mon-Fri?. or Email: ADBSI@adba.cc, or Heather@adba.cc

* Copyright 2006 - American Dog breeders Assoc. Inc.

American Dog breeders Show Inc

rev. March 26, 2006

Juanrott
 
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Re: wieght pulling?

Nota por Juanrott » 07 Sep 2006, 02:26

Alguna página de Rotts que hagan Weight Pulling????





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