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Entry Fee -  $5

Entries Close -

-Postal: 17th November

-Enter on the day at the Secretary's office before 1;30pm

Prizes - Bag of feed & Ribbons


Head Steward


Claire Noonan, 0488 076 996




  • This competition is a test of the dog's jumping ability

  • The competition is open to all dogs of all shapes and sizes

  • The dog is permitted to jump on or over the jump

  • A dog who has won at a Local Show/Field Day Level will qualify for the State Final.

  • A dog can represent only one Local Show/Field Day

  • All dogs not competing must be on a lead with handler in the marshalling area behind the competition arena

  • Only one dog may be loose in the competition area at any one time

  • There must be a handler at the top of the jump to act as a catcher if necessary, and a handler as a catcher at the bottom.

  • The dog's owner must supply one extra handler

  • Each dog is allowed three attempts at each height

  • In the event two dogs jumping the same height, the winner shall be determined as the dog that took the least number of attempts for the winning height

  • A dog may compete on a loose lead

  • If the dog is not on a loose lead the dog must be released at a minimum of three metres from the jump.

  • Any mishandling or misuse of a dog will incur immediate disqualification

  • If, in the opinion of the stewards, a dog is unsafe to other competitors or the public, it will be withdrawn from the competitiom. 

  1. 1. Small dog class-under 50cm

  2. Medium dog class- 5ocms and less than 60cms

  3. Large dog class- 60cms and over

If since competing at a Local Show/Field Day, a winning dog has grown in height that dog must compete in the appropriate height class at the State Final.


Claire Noonan - 0488 076 996

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