State Titles Medallions
Competition is open to all Main, Limited, Associate and Sporting Register dogs and bitches in Novice, Open, Utility and Utility Dog Excellent classes.
Community Companion Dogs compete for the CCD Awards.
The medallions are competed for over the three trials which constitute the NSW Obedience State Titles Weekend, which encompasses the trial conducted by Eastern Suburbs Dog Training Club held on Saturday 3rd October 2020 , the trial conducted by Penrith Kennel and Obedience Club held on Sunday 4th October 2020 and the NSW Obedience State Titles held on Monday 5th October 2020.
Handlers must enter each trial to be eligible.
Handlers must obtain a qualifying score in the NSW Obedience State Titles and must obtain a qualifying score in at least one of the other two trials to be eligible.
Prizes will be a gold medallion for first, a silver medallion for second and a bronze medallion for third.
Placing points are computed as follows:
1 point for a first place
2 points for a second place
3 points for a third place
4 points for a fourth place
5 points for a fifth place
and so on
The total aggregate placing points will be calculated from the points at the NSW Obedience State Titles and the higher placing from the other two trials.
The three best total aggregate placing points will receive a State Title medallion.
In the event of a tied aggregate points (two dogs on the same computed points):
The dog with the highest placing from the NSW Obedience State Titles will be declared a winner.
If there is still a tied score the dog with the highest total aggregate score from the two trials will be declared a winner.
If the competitors are still tied, the dog with the highest score at the NSW Obedience State Titles will be a winner.
If the dogs are still tied each dog will carry out an off lead heeling exercise judged by an Obedience State Titles Judge. Each dog will do the off lead exercise separately.
There is no entry form; all dogs are deemed to have entered.
There are no entry fees.