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“A1″ List

All Judges
To have previously been approved by The Kennel Club to award Challenge Certificates to the breed, have carried out the appointment and have the support of the Club.

“A2″ List

All Judges
To have fulfilled all of the requirements for the “A3″ Lists and have been assessed in accordance with The Kennel Club requirements and accepted by The Kennel Club for inclusion on the “A2″ List and have the support of the Club.

“A3″ List

Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club and have:

  • Been active in Border Terriers for a minimum of 10 years
  • A minimum of 7 years experience of judging the Breed
  • Judged at least 1 Club Show and/or 2 Breed Club Supported Entry Shows at each of which at least 40 Border Terriers were entered and present
  • Judged at least 250 Border Terriers in breed classes over an adequate geographic spread of venues
  • Attended at least 2 Border Terrier Breed Specific Seminars run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice
  • Attended a Seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the relevant examination on Kennel Club Regulations and Judging Procedures
  • Attended a Seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Confirmation and Movement
  • Passed an examination or assessment if applicable
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so
  • Undertaken to write show critiques as customarily requested by the weekly dog press
  • Been an owner or breeder of at least 3 Border Terriers when these dogs obtained their first entry in The Kennel Club Stud Book (save in exceptional circumstances)
  • Stewarded at 12 shows at either Open or Championship level

Non Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club and have:

  • A minimum of 5 years experience of judging the breed
  • Judged at least 1 Breed Club Show and/or 2 Breed Club Supported Entry Shows at each of which at least 40 Border Terriers were entered and present
  • Judged at least 200 Border Terriers in breed classes over an adequate geographic spread of venues
  • Attended at least 1 Border Terrier Breed Specific Seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice
  • Passed a Border Terrier breed examination or assessment if applicable
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so
  • Undertaken to write show critiques as customarily requested by the weekly dog press
  • Been an owner or breeder of at least 3 dogs of any breed when these dogs obtained their first entry in The Kennel Club Stud Book (save in exceptional circumstances)
  • Been approved to award C.C.s to at least one other breed and to have done so on at least 3 occasions

“B” List

Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club to judge the breed without C.C.s and have:

  • Been active in Border Terriers for a minimum of 5 years
  • A minimum of 2 years experience of judging the breed
  • Judged at least 30 Border Terriers in breed classes
  • Attended at least 1 seminar on the Border Terrier Breed Standard
  • Stewarded on at least 2 occasions at Open or Championship level
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so
  • Undertaken to write show critiques as customarily requested by the weekly dog press

Non-Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club to judge the breed without C.C.s and have:

  • A minimum of 5 years experience of judging any other breed
  • Judged at least 30 Border Terriers in breed classes
  • Attended at least 1 seminar on the Border Terrier Breed Standard
  • Been placed and currently remain on the “A” or “B” list of a Breed Club for at least 1 other breed
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so

“C” List

Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club to judge the breed at Open or Limited Shows where no more than 3 classes are scheduled and have:

  • Been active in Border Terriers for at least 3 years
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so
  • Undertaken to write show critiques as customarily requested by the weekly dog press

Non-Specialist Judges
To have the support of the Club to judge the breed at Open or Limited Shows where no more than 3 classes are scheduled and have:

  • A minimum of 3 years experience of judging any other breed
  • Been placed and currently remain on the “A”, “B” or “C” list of a breed club for at least 1 other breed
  • Judged at least 12 Border Terriers in breed classes
  • Submitted an application/questionnaire if requested to do so
  • Undertaken to write show critiques as customarily requested by the weekly dog press.