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to UKC Rules for Dog Events Rulebook
Revisions to the Official UKC Rules for
Chapter 4, Section 3. Pre-Entry
pre-entries must establish a pre-entry deadline after which
no further pre-entries will be accepted. The pre-entry
deadline must be published with the premium list/club
announcement of the event and in any other event information
on the UKC website. Clubs may offer a discounted entry
fee for pre-entries. For clubs offering day-of-show/trial
entries, exhibitors whose entries fail to arrive by the
pre-entry deadline date must be treated as a
day-of-show/trial entry. Entries received after the
pre-entry deadline date will be charged the day-of-show
entry fee. Clubs may elect to have a Pre-Entry Only event.
In such a case no day-of-show/trial entries can be accepted
at the event and any entry received after the pre-entry
deadline date and time must be returned in its entirety.
Clubs must indicate that the event will be pre-entry only on
the Event Application. These events will be designated
“PRE-ENTRY ONLY” at the top of their listing in any official
announcement/premium list and on the UKC website. This
information must also be included in any other club
announcement of the event.
Pre-entries are to be
submitted directly to the club’s Event Secretary or the
club’s designated Event Manager. Third party entry services
must have the written permission of the host club in order
to take entries for any events offered by a UKC licensed
club. All third party entry services that list UKC licensed
events must state clearly on any website or publication that
the service operates independently from the host club and
the UKC. All UKC licensed clubs have the right to refuse
entries from any third party entry services.
Third Party Entry
Service - A third party entry service is any individual,
group or association that allows an exhibitor to submit an
entry for a UKC licensed event and does not have direct
connection with the UKC, UKC licensed host club, or
designated UKC Event Manager.