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1 PREMIUM LISTS ENTRIES CLOSE: 12:00 NOON MDT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 After which date and time entries cannot be accepted, canceled, altered or substituted, except as provided for in Chapter 11, Section 6, of the AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows. Total entry in each specialty is limited to 100 dogs. Entries will automatically close when the numeric entry limit has been reached, if prior to the closing date and time. Spring Classic Same Day Back-to-Back Specialties GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC. (LICENSED BY THE AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB) FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017 SPECIALTY SHOW #1 (AM) WITH PUPPY AND VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES Event # SPECIALTY SHOW #2 (PM) WITH JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP Event # BOTH SPECIALTIES INCLUDE AKC NATIONAL OWNER-HANDLED SERIES (THESE EVENTS ARE UNBENCHED AND HELD OUTDOORS) BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS NELSON ROAD & 95th STREET LONGMONT, COLORADO TOTAL SHOW HOURS: 7:00 AM TO 8:00 PM CONSULT JUDGING PROGRAM, WHICH IS MAILED WITH ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF ENTRY, FOR TIMES OF JUDGING. ROBERT MILLER, SHOW SECRETARY WEST ARCHER DRIVE GOLDEN, COLORADO (303) FAX (303)

2 Don t miss our annual GDCGD Raffle! The winning tickets will be drawn just before the #2 (PM) specialty. Each winning ticket will be attached to the ticket container for the associated item. At your convenience, you can compare your numbers to the winning numbers. If you have a winner, you can pick up your raffle item whenever you wish. We hope this will save time, and not ask our dogs to stay any longer in the heat of the day. STRUT YOUR STUFF! ADVERTISE IN OUR COMBINED SPECIALTIES CATALOG Full Page Color (7.4 x 4.4 )...$40.00 Half Page B&W (3.6 x 4.4 )... $30.00 Centerfold (2 pgs.) Color...$70.00 Quarter Page B&W (1.7 x 4.4 ).$20.00 Full Page B&W (7.4 x 4.4 )... $35.00 Cover Ad, Color (Outside Back, Inside Front, or Inside Back) each... $50.00 SPECIAL OFFER: BUY 4 ADS, GET THE 5th FREE Ads must be received by April 24, Make checks payable to: Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. (GDCGD) Send advertising copy with payment to: Gigi Schlomer Sunburst Dr. Littleton, CO Phone: (303) COMPLIMENTARY LUNCHEON & SNACKS AT RINGSIDE WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC. Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 CERTIFICATION Permission has been granted by the American Kennel Club for the holding of these events under American Kennel Club rules and regulations. James P. Crowley, Secretary GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC. President... Joshua Saunders Vice-President...Maricella Osterman Secretary... Alxe Noden, 1275 Cherryvale Road, Boulder, CO Treasurer... Gigi Schlomer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Katie Curtis (3 yr.) -- Monique Miguel (3 yr.) -- Sally Lynn (2 yr.) Loren Bengston (2 yr.) -- Kathryn Kudron (1 yr.) -- Terri Million (1 yr.) Delegate to the Great Dane Club of America...Loren Bengston SHOW COMMITTEE Each Club Officer and Member of the Board of Directors Show Chairperson... Joshua Saunders 5363 S. Datura St., Littleton, CO Phone: (720) Assistant Show Chairperson...Mary Ann Hartt Chief Ring Steward... Mary Ann Hartt Trophy Committee... Members of GDCGD Catalog Advertising Committee...Gigi Schlomer, Chairperson Welcome Committee...Loren Bengston, Chairperson Judges Contact and Hospitality Committee... Mary Ann Hartt, Chairperson Show Site and Ringside Hospitality... Maricella Osterman and Monique Miguel Exhibitor Lunch Committee...Katie Curtis, Chairperson Raffle Committee... Carol Volleberg, Chairperson Ring Setup Committee...Members of GDCGD OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER...SARA NUGENT Lakeview Drive, Houston, TX Phone: (713) OFFICIAL VETERINARIAN (ON CALL)... VALLEY VETERINARY HOSPITAL, PC 1191 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont, CO (303) Directions from show site to Valley Veterinary Hospital, PC: Leave Fairgrounds turning left onto Nelson Rd., head east 0.6 mile. Bear right, then left onto CO119/Ken Pratt Blvd. Go 0.4 mile. Hospital at 1191 Ken Pratt Blvd., will be on the right. EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN... ANIMAL EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE, LLC 104 S. Main Street, Longmont, CO (303) Directions from show site to Animal Emergency and Critical Care, LLC: Leave Fairgrounds turning left onto Nelson Rd., head east 0.6 mile. Bear right, then left onto CO119/Ken Pratt Blvd. Go 0.8 mile. Turn left onto S. Main St. heading north about 0.5 mile. Clinic at 104 S. Main will be on the right. Hours: Open Friday 5:00 pm - Monday 8:00 am Weeknights: 6:00 pm - 8:00 am. AN EMERGENCY PARAMEDIC WILL BE ON SITE DURING SHOW HOURS JUDGES AND THEIR ASSIGNMENTS SPECIALTY SHOW #1 (AM) FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017 MR. ERIC J. RINGLE Marlboro Oval, Lake Worth, FL ALL SPECIALTY BREED CLASSES MRS. MARY BARNETT E. US Highway 136, Crafordsville, IN PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES SPECIALTY SHOW #2 (PM) FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017 MS. DALE SUZANNE TARBOX...P. O. Box 164, Canterbury, CT ALL SPECIALTY BREED CLASSES JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page - 3 -

3 SPECIALTY CLASSIFICATION SPECIALTY #1 (AM) JUDGE: MR. ERIC J. RINGLE SPECIALTY #2 (PM) JUDGE: MS. DALE SUZANNE TARBOX REGULAR CLASSES Puppy Dogs (6 mos.- under 9 mos) Puppy Dogs (9 mos.- under 12 mos.) Twelve-to-Fifteen Month Dogs Fifteen-to-Eighteen Month Dogs Novice Dogs Amateur-Owner-Handler Dogs Bred-by-Exhibitor Dogs American Bred Dogs Open Dogs, Black Open Dogs, Blue Open Dogs, Brindle Open Dogs, Fawn Open Dogs, Harlequin Open Dogs, Mantle WINNERS DOG Puppy Bitches (6 mos.- under 9 mos.) Puppy Bitches (9 mos.- under 12 mos.) Twelve-to-Fifteen Month Bitches Fifteen-to-Eighteen Month Bitches Novice Bitches Amateur-Owner-Handler Bitches Bred-by-Exhibitor Bitches American Bred Bitches Open Bitches, Black Open Bitches, Blue Open Bitches, Brindle Open Bitches, Fawn Open Bitches, Harlequin Open Bitches, Mantle WINNERS BITCH NON-REGULAR (ADDITIONAL) CLASSES NON-REGULAR CLASSES INVOLVING SINGLE DOG ENTRIES VETERAN DOG CLASS VETERAN BITCH CLASS For dogs and bitches six (6) years of age or older. Open to Champions and Non-Champions alike. Entries need not be entered in another class. Dogs and Bitches will be judged separately. First place winners of the Veteran Dog Class and Veteran Bitch Class are eligible to compete in Best of Breed Competition, if otherwise undefeated at the specialty show. Ribbon prizes will be awarded for first through fourth place in each Veteran Class. Note - Chapter 11, Section 8, of the AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows, provides that neutered dogs and spayed bitches are allowed to compete in Veteran Classes at independent Breed Specialty Shows. BEST OF BREED COMPETITION JUDGE S AWARD OF MERIT Following the Best of Breed Competition, the Judge, at his or her discretion, may select up to two (2) of the Best of Breed competitors to receive a Judge s Award of Merit Rosette. These Rosettes are reserved for those quality animals the Judge feels are worthy of final consideration for Best of Breed. BEST PUPPY IN THE REGULAR PUPPY CLASSES BEST BRED-BY-EXHIBITOR IN THE BRED-BY-EXHIBITOR CLASSES BEST VETERAN IN THE SPECIALTY VETERAN CLASSES NON-REGULAR CLASSES INVOLVING MULTIPLE DOG ENTRIES As the judge s decision in the Non-Regular Classes, Involving Multiple Dog Entries, is based on the merits of more than one dog or bitch, no one of the dogs or bitches making up the entry, judged first in these classes, will be eligible to compete for Best of Breed by virtue of having won one of these classes. STUD DOG CLASS SPECIALTY #1 (AM) ONLY This class shall be for Stud Dogs that have sired two (2) offspring, dogs or bitches, entered in this specialty. Stud Dogs must be entered in the Stud Dog Class and must be shown in the ring with their Get. Owner of the Stud Dog need not be the owner of the Get. The merits of the Stud Dog are not to be considered in the placement of the entry. The entry is only to be judged based on the merits of the Get. The Stud Dog must be examined to determine if it has a condition that would require its disqualification or excusal under the AKC Dog Show Rules. The entry fee for Stud Dog Class, as a unit of three (3), shall be $20.00 as a first entry, or as an additional entry. Note - Chapter 11, Section 8, of the AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows, provides that neutered dogs may be entered as the Stud Dog. BROOD BITCH CLASS SPECIALTY #1 (AM) ONLY Same as Stud Dog Class except substitute Brood Bitch for Stud Dog and Produce for Get. Note - Chapter 11, Section 8, of the AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows, provides that spayed bitches may be entered as the Brood Bitch. Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 NON-REGULAR CLASSES INVOLVING MULTIPLE DOG ENTRIES (continued) BRACE CLASS SPECIALTY #1 (AM) ONLY This class will require an entry fee of $20.00 as a UNIT of 2, as a first entry, or as an additional entry, of either or both dogs. The Brace Class shall be for two (2) Great Danes. (Effective January 1, 2005: A Brace is defined as two (2) dogs of the same recognized breed or variety that are similar in appearance, performing in unison, and presented by a maximum of two handlers. Both dogs competing in brace competition must have at least one common owner.) The dogs comprising a Brace must be named at the time of entry. The entry form for each dog entered in the Brace Class must be marked Brace Class in the space provided for Dog Show Class or Additional Classes. If more than one Brace is entered by an individual owner, designate Brace #1, Brace #2, etc. A separate entry form must be submitted for each dog. AKC NATIONAL OWNER-HANDLED SERIES BOTH SPECIALTIES The AKC National Owner-Handled Series is a non-titling competition for dogs that are exhibited by their owners that are not professional handlers. There is no additional fee for this competition. NOTICE EXHIBITORS MUST DECLARE THEIR DOG IS OWNER-HANDLED ELIGIBLE AT THE TIME OF ENTRY, USING THE CHECK BOX AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ENTRY FORM. All dogs that are owner-handled and are not owned or exhibited by professional handlers* meet the requirements for this competition. Eligible dogs will be identified by an asterisk ( *) in the judge's book, steward's book and the show catalog. Dogs must be handled throughout the breed level competition for the regular show by an eligible owner. Professional handlers*, household members and current assistants** to professional handlers may not exhibit the dog in any competition during the entire show. Owner-Handled Best of Breed will be selected from the dogs that are eligible to compete in the Best of Breed competition including Winners Dog, Winners Bitch and winners of the non-regular single entry classes. If the Best of Breed winner is Owner-Handled competition eligible, it will automatically be Owner- Handled Best of Breed. If the Best of Breed winner is not eligible for Owner-Handled competition and the Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed is eligible, the Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed will compete against the eligible exhibits of the other sex to determine Owner-Handled Best of Breed. If neither the Best of Breed nor the Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed are Owner-Handled competition eligible and Select Dog and Select Bitch are both eligible, the judge is to choose Best Owner-Handled exhibit from the Selects and eligible Winners Dog or Winners Bitch. If one of the Selects is eligible, excuse all Champions and non-regular class winners of the same sex and then choose Best Owner-Handled exhibit from the remaining dogs of the opposite sex including the eligible Winners. If Best of Breed, Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed, Select Dog and Select Bitch are not eligible, the judge may choose any eligible dog remaining in the ring including Winners Dog or Winners Bitch as Owner-Handled Best of Breed. If the Best of Winners is eligible, the other Winner is ineligible since it was defeated. No class dogs other than the Winners Dog and Winners Bitch are eligible to return to the ring. * Professional handlers are defined as any person who belongs or has belonged to a professional handlers' organization, distributed rate cards, or otherwise advertised or represented themselves as handling dogs for pay within the last five years. **A current assistant is defined as anyone employed by a professional handler on a full-time basis, or assisting a professional handler at the show or any show during the cluster/weekend. For additional information, visit the AKC website ( ) Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page AKC

4 JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP COMPETITION SPECIALTY #2 (PM) JUDGE: MS. DALE SUZANNE TARBOX ENTRY FEE: $10.00 for Junior Showmanship only, or FREE as an additional entry of the same dog, same specialty. ELIGIBILITY: Each Great Dane entered in a regular Junior Showmanship Class must be entered in one of the breed classes at this show, or must be entered for Junior Showmanship only. BITCHES IN SEASON ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO ENTER. A Great Dane that has been rejected, dismissed, or excused by the veterinarian for the protection of other dogs at the show, or the protection of the dog excused, may not be handled in Junior Showmanship. Be sure all information for Junior Showmanship is entered on both front and back of the Official AKC Entry Form. NOTICE - Junior Handlers must include their AKC Junior Handler Number on each entry. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP CL ASSIFICATION NOVICE JUNIOR CLASS - For Boys and Girls who are at least 9 years old and under 12 years old on the day of the show and who at the time entries close have not won three (3) first place awards, with competition present, in a Novice Class. A first place in Novice without competition leading to a Best Junior award with competition would count as one win towards moving to Open at a licensed or member show. Junior Handlers who win a third Novice Class with competition present, or a first place in Novice without competition, leading to a Best Junior award with competition, which would count as one win towards moving to Open. If this occurs after the closing of entries for a show, THEY ARE REqUIRED TO TRANSfER their entry from the Novice Class to the Open Class, AND MUST NOTIfY the Show Secretary, of the transfer, at least one-half hour prior to the scheduled start of Junior Showmanship judging at the show. NOVICE INTERMEDIATE CLASS - Same as Novice Junior Class, except for Boys and Girls at least 12 and under 15 years of age on the day of the show NOVICE SENIOR CLASS - Same as Novice Junior Class, except for Boys and Girls at least 15 and under 18 years of age on the day of the show. OPEN JUNIOR CLASS - For Boys and Girls who are at least 9 years old and under 12 years old on the day of the show, and who have won three first place awards in a Novice Class, or if a win in Novice leads to a Best Junior with competition present it will count as one win towards moving to Open in a licensed or member show. OPEN INTERMEDIATE CLASS - Same as Open Junior Class, except for Boys and Girls at least 12 and under 15 years of age on the day of the show. OPEN SENIOR CLASS - Same as Open Junior Class, except for Boys and Girls at least 15 and under 18 years of age on the day of the show. MASTER CLASS - This class will be for Boys and Girls who are at least 9 years old and under 18 years on the day of the show, and who have won ten (10) Best Junior wins with competition from the Open Class. The calendar for this class will be consistent with the eligibility dates for the AKC National Championship. All Juniors Meeting the criteria for this class are required to enter the Master Class and may change their entry the day of the show if entries have already closed. Once the eligibility time frame for that year has passed all participants return to the Open Class to compete for the following year. BEST JUNIOR HANDLER - The Junior Handlers placing first in each of the regular Junior Showmanship Classes, if undefeated in any other Junior Showmanship Class at this show, shall automatically be eligible to compete for Best Junior Handler. PARADE OF VETERANS SPECIALTY #2 (PM) ONLY Great Danes that are six (6) years of age or older may be entered in the Parade of Veterans. PARADE OF AKC TITLEHOLDERS SPECIALTY #2 (PM) ONLY Great Danes that are AKC Champions of Record and/or AKC Recognized Titleholders may be entered in the Parade of AKC Titleholders. NO DOG MAY BE ENTERED IN BOTH PARADES Entry Fee for each parade is $10.00 as a first entry or FREE as an additional entry of the same dog, same specialty. Parade entrants should include a short resume of their dog s history with their entry. Parades will be held immediately following Best of Breed Competition (PM). Parade entrants will be presented with a rosette with the dog s name imprinted. Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES SPECIALTY #1 (AM) JUDGE: MRS. MARY BARNETT ENTRY FEE: $20.00 for each Puppy or Junior entered in the Puppy Sweepstakes. ELIGIBILITY OF ENTRANT: To be eligible for the Puppy Sweepstakes, entrants must be at least six (6) months and under eighteen (18) months of age on the day of the sweepstakes. Entrants MUST be entered in one of the Regular Breed Classes at the #1 (AM) Specialty Show, at the regular class entry fee. Entries must be on the standard Official American Kennel Club Entry Form, with Sweepstakes and the age division clearly indicated in the Additional Classes space. A Champion of Record or a Champion according to the owner s records may not be entered in the Sweepstakes. PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES CLASSIFICATION Puppy Dogs (6 mos.-under 9 mos.) Puppy Bitches (6 mos.-under 9 mos.) Puppy Dogs (9 mos.-under 12 mos.) Puppy Bitches (9 mos.-under 12 mos.) Junior Dogs (12 mos.-under 15 mos.) Junior Bitches (12 mos.-under 15 mos.) Junior Dogs (15 mos.-under 18 mos.) Junior Bitches (15 mos.-under 18 mos.) BEST IN SWEEPSTAKES BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX TO BEST IN SWEEPSTAKES VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES SPECIALTY #1 (AM) JUDGE: MRS. MARY BARNETT ENTRY FEE: $20.00 for each Veteran entered in the Sweepstakes. ELIGIBILITY OF ENTRANT: To be eligible for the Veteran Sweepstakes, entrants must be at least six (6) years of age, or older, on the day of the sweepstakes. Entry in a Regular or Non- Regular Class is NOT required. Entrants may be spayed or neutered. Entries must be on the standard Official American Kennel Club Entry Form, with Veteran Sweepstakes and the age division clearly indicated on the entry form. VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES CLASSIFICATION Veteran Dogs (6 years - under 8 years) Veteran Bitches (6 years - under 8 years) Veteran Dogs (8 years - under 10 years) Veteran Bitches (8 years - under 10 years) Veteran Dogs (10 years and older) Veteran Bitches (10 years and older) BEST IN SWEEPSTAKES BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX TO BEST IN SWEEPSTAKES PUPPY AND VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES RIBBON PRIZES First Prize...Rose Ribbon Third Prize... Light Green Ribbon Second Prize...Brown Ribbon Fourth Prize... Gray Ribbon Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes, Best in Sweepstakes...Pink and Green Rosette Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes, Best of Opposite Sex... Lavender Rosette PUPPY AND VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES PRIZE MONEY This applies to each Sweepstakes: 32% of the total Sweepstakes entry fee income will be retained by the club for expenses. The remaining 68% will be awarded as follows: Best in Sweepstakes... *10% of Total Sweepstakes Entry Fee Income Best of Opposite Sex in Sweepstakes...*8% of Total Sweepstakes Entry Fee Income First Place in Each Class... 20% of Total Entry Fee Income for the Class Second Place in Each Class...15% of Total Entry Fee Income for the Class Third Place in Each Class...10% of Total Entry Fee Income for the Class Fourth Place in Each Class...5% of Total Entry Fee Income for the Class *NOTE - Unawarded placement prize money, from classes with fewer than four (4) entries, will be divided as follows: 60% of unawarded prize money to Best in Sweepstakes winner; 40% of unawarded prize money to Best of Opposite Sex in Sweepstakes winner. This division of unawarded prize money will not include prize money not awarded due to absences. Sweepstakes Prizes continued on page Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page - 7 -

5 PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES TROPHY PRIZES (SPECIALTY #1 AM) BEST IN PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES: A Dog Bed, offered by Joshua Saunders. BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX TO BEST IN PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES: A Water Bucket and Leather Leash, offered by Dave Cran. FIRST THROUGH FOURTH PLACE IN EACH PUPPY SWEEPSTAKES CLASS: A Dog Toy, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES TROPHY PRIZES (SPEC. #1 AM) BEST IN VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES: A Dog Bed, offered by Craig and Sally Lynn. BEST IN VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES: FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS TROPHY. In honor of our Veteran Danes, who have given us unconditional love and loyalty, kisses and tail wags. This trophy shall record the Best in Veteran Sweepstakes winner at each Great Dane Club of Denver, Inc., Veteran Sweepstakes. This trophy shall remain the property of the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., Each winner s name will be engraved on a plaque on the trophy. A small Great Dane Angel will be given to commemorate each win. Offered through the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., by Craig and Sally Lynn, and Zac Kittleson, Grandview Danes; and Kathryn Kudron and Wilhelm Beckmann, Voyager Danes. BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX TO BEST IN VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES: A Water Bucket and Leather Leash, offered by Craig and Sally Lynn. FIRST THROUGH FOURTH PLACE IN EACH VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES CLASS: A Drool Towel, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. SPECIALTY RIBBON PRIZES SPECIALTY #1 (AM) SPECIALTY #2 (PM) OFFERED BY THE GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC. REGULAR CLASSES First Prize... Blue Ribbon Third Prize...Yellow Ribbon Second Prize... Red Ribbon Fourth Prize...White Ribbon Winners Dog and Winners Bitch... Purple Rosette Reserve Winners Dog and Reserve Winners Bitch...Purple and White Rosette Best of Winners...Blue and White Rosette Best of Breed...Purple and Gold Rosette Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed...Red and White Rosette Select Dog and Select Bitch... Light Blue and White Rosette NON-REGULAR CLASSES AND SPECIAL PRIZES First Prize...Rose Ribbon Third Prize... Light Green Ribbon Second Prize...Brown Ribbon Fourth Prize... Gray Ribbon AKC National Owner-Handled Series - Best of Breed Owner-Handled...Maroon Rosette Judge s Award of Merit...Red, White & Blue Rosette Specialty, Best Puppy in the Regular Puppy Classes... Dark Green Rosette Specialty, Best Bred-By-Exhibitor in the Bred-By-Exhibitor Classes... Dark Green Rosette Specialty, Best Veteran in the Specialty Veteran Classes... Dark Green Rosette Specialty, Best Stud Dog in Stud Dog Class (AM Specialty only)... Dark Green Rosette Specialty, Best Brood Bitch in Brood Bitch Class (AM Specialty only)... Dark Green Rosette Specialty, Best Brace in Brace Class (AM Specialty only)... Dark Green Rosette JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP SPECIALTY #2 (PM) ONLY First Prize...Rose Ribbon Third Prize... Light Green Ribbon Second Prize...Brown Ribbon Fourth Prize... Gray Ribbon Junior Showmanship, Best Junior Handler... Rose and Green Rosette Junior Showmanship, Reserve Best Junior Handler...Rose and Gray Rosette Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 SPECIALTY TROPHY PRIZES SPECIALTY #1 (AM) SPECIALTY #2 (PM) BEST OF BREED - A Soft-Sided Crate with Embroidered Logo, offered by: Specialty #1 - Gigi Schlomer. Specialty #2 - Terri Million. BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX TO BEST OF BREED - An Embroidered Cool Coat, offered by: Specialty #1 - Alxe Noden. Specialty #2 - Monique Miguel and Maricella Osterman. SELECT DOG AND SELECT BITCH - A Pillow, offered by: Specialty #1 - Kathryn Kudron. Specialty #2 - Kathryn Kudron. AWARDS OF MERIT (2) - A Picture Frame, offered by: Specialty #1 - Loren Bengston and Brian Seiber. Specialty #2 - Loren Bengston and Brian Seiber. BEST OF WINNERS - A Duffel Bag, offered by: Specialty #1 - Monique Miguel. Specialty #2 - Monique Miguel. WINNERS DOG AND WINNERS BITCH - An Embroidered Director s Chair, offered by: Specialty #1 - Janene Borini. Specialty #2 - Janene Borini. RESERVE WINNERS DOG AND RESERVE WINNERS BITCH - A Treat Jar, offered by: Specialty #1 - Celeste Perkins. Specialty #2 - Celeste Perkins. FIRST THROUGH FOURTH PLACE IN EACH REGULAR AND NON-REGULAR CLASS: Specialties #1 & #2 - A Drool Towel, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver. AKC NATIONAL OWNER-HANDLED SERIES - OWNER-HANDLED BEST OF BREED: A Hathaway s Best In Show Pet Supplies - $50.00 Gift Card, offered by: Specialty #1 - Pam Tozzi. Specialty #2 - Vince Simpson. BEST PUPPY IN THE REGULAR PUPPY CLASSES - A 4 Quart Water Bucket, offered by: Specialty #1 - Joshua Saunders. Specialty #2 - Zac and CJ Kittleson. THE BELL MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR BEST BRED-BY-EXHIBITOR: Specialties #1 & #2 - Carol Volleberg, through the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., offers a Bell Shaped Trophy for Best Bred-By-Exhibitor from the Bred-By-Exhibitor Classes, in memory of Esther Bell. This trophy shall be won by the Best Bred-By-Exhibitor at each Great Dane Club of Denver, Inc., Specialty Show. However, this trophy shall remain the property of the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., until such time as it is won by the same owner/exhibitor three times; the owner need not win at consecutive shows, nor with the same dog. Don and Carol Volleberg offer a small replica of the Bell Memorial Challenge Trophy to commemorate each win. BEST VETERAN IN THE SPECIALTY VETERAN CLASSES - A Dog Bed, offered by: Specialty #1 - Kathryn Kudron. Specialty #2 - Kathryn Kudron. BEST STUD DOG FROM THE STUD DOG CLASS (SPECIALTY #1 ONLY): 4 Quart Water Bucket, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver. BEST BROOD BITCH FROM THE BROOD BITCH CLASS (SPECIALTY #1 ONLY): 4 Quart Water Bucket, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver. BEST BRACE FROM THE BRACE CLASS (SPECIALTY #1 ONLY): Two Leather Leashes, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP PRIZES (SPECIALTY #2 PM ONLY) BEST JUNIOR HANDLER: A Hathaway s Best In Show Pet Supplies - $50.00 Gift Card, offered by Katie Curtis. RESERVE BEST JUNIOR HANDLER: A Hathaway s Best In Show Pet Supplies - $25.00 Gift Card, offered by Katie Curtis. FIRST THROUGH FOURTH PLACE IN EACH JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP CLASS: A Drool Towel, offered by the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver. If necessary, the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., reserves the right to substitute any prize with one of equal or greater value. ALL PRIZES MUST BE ACCEPTED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW, NONE WILL BE MAILED. Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page - 9 -

6 IMPORTANT NOTICES TO EXHIBITORS ENTRIES CLOSE: 12:00 NOON MDT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, After which date and time entries cannot be accepted, canceled, altered or substituted, except as provided for in Chapter 11, Section 6, of the AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows. TOTAL ENTRY IN EACH SPECIALTY IS LIMITED TO 100 DOGS. Entries will automatically close when the numeric entry limit has been reached, at the Show Secretary s office, if reached prior to the closing date and time. ENTRY FEES FOR EACH SPECIALTY: All Regular Puppy Classes and Bred-by-Exhibitor Classes, each Specialty:... $20.00 *All other Regular Breed Classes and Best of Breed Competition, each Specialty:...$28.00 Veteran Dog Class and Veteran Bitch Class, each Specialty:... $20.00 Stud Dog Class, Brood Bitch Class and Brace Class (AM Specialty only):...$20.00 Junior Showmanship (PM Specialty only):...$10.00 Junior Showmanship (as an additional entry of the same dog, PM Specialty):... FREE Puppy Sweepstakes Classes (must be entered in a regular class)(am Specialty):... $20.00 Veteran Sweepstakes Classes (AM Specialty only):...$20.00 Parade of Veterans OR Parade of AKC Titleholders (PM Specialty only):... $10.00 Parades (as an additional entry of the same dog, same specialty):... FREE *NOTE - The 12-to-15 Mo. and 15-to-18 Mo. Classes are adult classes, entry fee: $28.00 ENTRY FEES FOR EACH SPECIALTY, #1 (AM) OR #2 (PM), MUST BE CALCULATED SEP- ARATELY. IF A DOG IS ENTERED IN MORE THAN ONE CLASS, AT ANY ONE SPECIALTY, THE ENTRY FEE WILL BE CALCULATED ON THE HIGHEST PRICED CLASS FIRST. (The entry fee for each specialty includes the AKC recording fee of 50 cents for the first entry of each dog. Plus an AKC event service fee of $3.00 for the first entry of each dog and a $3.00 event service fee for each additional entry of the same dog in the Regular and Non-Regular recordable single entry classes. These fees are to be collected for all AKC licensed and member club events, by the event-giving club, and forwarded to the AKC. Re: Chapter 11, Section 2, AKC Rules Applying to Dog Shows.) MAKE ALL FEES PAYABLE TO: THE GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER (GDCGD) Fees must be in U.S. funds. Foreign entrants must submit fees by checks drawn on a U.S. Bank, or with international money orders in U.S. funds. Returned checks do not constitute a valid entry. Cash payment of the face amount of the returned check plus a collection fee of $18.00, will be required before the entrant is allowed to compete. MAIL ENTRIES WITH FEES TO: ROBERT MILLER, SHOW SECRETARY WEST ARCHER DRIVE GOLDEN, COLORADO FAX AND ENTRIES ARE ACCEPTABLE. PLEASE CALL ROBERT MILLER, SHOW SECRETARY, AT (303) FOR PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS BEfORE FAXING OR ING YOUR ENTRY. FAX: (303) A service charge of $3.50 per dog will be added to the entry fee total. Unpaid fax and entries are considered incomplete entries. Proof of transmission is not proof of receipt of a legible or complete transmission (under AKC Rule, Chapter 11, Section 4). OPTIONAL TELEPHONE AND ON-LINE ENTRY SERVICES Entries in these events can also be made through the entry services listed below. Subscriber and/or service fees will be charged by the service provider. TELEPHONE ENTRY SERVICES: BEST IN SHOW ENTRY SERVICE...(800) ENTRIES ON TIME ENTRY SERVICE... (800) SHOW TIME ENTRY SERVICE... (800) ON-LINE ENTRY SERVICE: MBF, INC., INFODOG... (MBf requires entries to be made before noon EDT, Monday, May 15, 2017) Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 UNSIGNED, CONDITIONAL, OR INCOMPLETE ENTRIES; AND ENTRIES WITHOUT FEES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. Entries not on the Official American Kennel Club Entry Form, and ENTRY FORMS WITHOUT THE AGREEMENT AND RULES ON THE REVERSE SIDE ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. CHANGES, ADDITIONS, OR CORRECTIONS to entries already received MUST be in writing, delivered by hand, mail, express, , or fax, and received prior to the time and date of closing. Changes cannot be made by telephone. ENTRY FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED in the event of errors, entering the same dog twice, cancellation of entries after the published time of closing; nor in the event that a dog is absent, disqualified, excused by the Veterinarian or Judge or barred from competition by the Show Committee. If because of riots, civil disturbances or other acts beyond the control of the Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc., it is impossible to complete these events, entry fees will not be refunded. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF ENTRIES will be made as soon after the closing date as practicable. If not received in a reasonable time, please notify Robert Miller at (303) DOGS MUST BE READY FOR JUDGING. Neither the show-giving club nor its Show Secretary will be responsible or obligated to furnish any service for notifying exhibitors or their agents of breed or class judging. Judges will not wait for any dog holding up a class. Owners or agents alone are responsible for the presence of their dogs in the judging ring. DOGS NEED TO BE AT THE SHOW only at the scheduled time of judging and may leave immediately thereafter, unless required for further judging. The show site will be available to exhibitors from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. EXTREME WEATHER AND/OR HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS bring varying concerns to our events. These situations must be considered for the health and safety of all show participants, officials and dogs. The AKC believes the well-being of all involved is of paramount importance, and a club may take such action to cancel a show when necessary. THE GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC., ITS MEMBERS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, ETC., AND THE SHOW SECRETARY, ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY for any personal injury or death of any person; theft of personal property; theft, injury, or death of any animal; or the loss of, or damage to, any property while at these shows or on the show grounds, or in transit to and from the show site. Please do not leave valuables unattended. THE AREAS FOR GREAT DANE SPECIALTIES GROOMING, CRATING AND EXER- CISE PENS WILL BE DESIGNATED AND MARKED. When setting up crates, exercise pens, grooming tables, etc., please be conscious of others and their safety. EXHIBITORS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING THEIR AREAS CLEAN AND SAFE. SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED IN THE BUILDINGS AND TENTED AREAS. CHAIRS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN. CLEAN UP IN THE RING AND ON THE SHOW GROUNDS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EXHIBITOR. RING STEWARDS WILL BE GLAD TO HOLD YOUR DOG, WHILE YOU CLEAN UP. EXHIBITORS SHOULD FOLLOW THEIR VETERINARIANS RECOMMENDATIONS to assure their dogs are free of external or internal parasites, any communicable diseases, and have appropriate vaccinations. THE GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC., reserves the right to make additional rules on the day of the show, as long as these rules do not conflict with those of the American Kennel Club, the Flatirons Kennel Club, nor the show site management. WAIVER OF RIGHTS. DO NOT LEAVE DOGS IN CLOSED VEHICLES. THE CLUB RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANY ANIMAL IN DISTRESS FROM A PARKED VEHICLE OR CRATE. ALL PERSONS ATTENDING THESE SHOWS HEREBY WAIVE ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES THAT RESULT FROM SUCH ACTION. NEW EXHIBITOR BRIEFING A New Exhibitor Briefing will be held prior to judging at each of these specialties. Starting time, of each, will be announced in the Judging Program. Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page

7 MAKE IT A GREAT DANE WEEKEND IN ADDITION TO OUR SPECIALTIES, PLAN TO ATTEND: Saturday, June 3rd - Flatirons Kennel Club, Inc. All-Breed Show, Obedience Trial and Rally Trial Great Dane Judge: Ms. Patricia Healy Sunday, June 4th - Flatirons Kennel Club, Inc. All-Breed Show, Obedience Trial and Rally Trial Great Dane Judge: Mrs. Marissa L. Clark Same Show Site: Boulder County Fairgrounds Longmont, CO Superintendent: Onofrio Dog Shows P.O. Box Oklahoma City, OK (405) FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SHOWS GENERAL REGULATIONS & INFORMATION The Flatirons Kennel Club, Inc., show site will be available to exhibitors and specialty clubs at 7:00 am on Friday, June 2, All buildings will close at 11:00 pm on Friday and Saturday, and will reopen at 6:00 am on Saturday and Sunday. All dogs, exhibitors and equipment must be out of the Fairground Buildings 1/2 hour after Best in Show judging on Sunday. NO DOGS MAY BE LEFT IN ANY BUILDING FROM 11:00 PM TO 6:00 AM. Security personnel will be on duty from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am, Friday and Saturday nights. Except for the campground, which is run by the Boulder County Fairgrounds, the show site will not be available to exhibitors prior to 7:00 am, Friday, June 2, UNENTERED DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED WITHIN THE SHOW LIMITS. Space for unentered dogs will NOT be provided. Puppies under six (6) months of age are not allowed on the show grounds, with the exception of puppies entered in Beginner Puppy (4-6 Mo.) classes. Selling of puppies on the show grounds is forbidden. DOUBLE HANDLING will NOT be permitted at this show. Individuals who attempt to double handle from outside the ring will be subject to action by the Show Committee. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BATHING OF DOGS PERMITTED in any restroom or shower in ANY of the buildings on the show grounds, including the RV lot. Dogs are not allowed in the restrooms. Bathing of dogs will be allowed in designated areas only. AISLES MUST BE KEPT CLEAR. There is no crating or grooming allowed in the aisles. EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE will be available at Animal Emergency and Critical Care, LLC, located at 104 S. Main. Phone (303) (See page 3 for directions). Exhibitors are responsible for charges they incur. Emergency Services Hours: Monday through Friday 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. (weekends 24-hour availability). Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists (same location) Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (emergencies accepted during daytime hours). STROLLERS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN ANY BUILDING. This is for the safety of your child and will be enforced. The welfare of an exhibitor s child is the responsibility of the exhibitor. It is expressly understood that the exhibitors will exercise control over, and restraint of, their children while they are on the show premises. Failure to do so could result in action by the Bench Show Committee. NO skateboards, roller blades or heelies. SOME GROOMING SPACE IS BY RESERVATION ONLY (SEE PAGE 14 FOR INFORMA- TION AND RESERVATION FORM). Non reserved grooming space is available in Barns A, B, and C. (see layout on page 15). There will be a holding tent available for the convenience of outdoor exhibitors. Roping off of areas, or saving space in any non-reserved grooming area is prohibited. Any ropes, mats, electric cords, etc., used in this manner will be removed by the show committee. No exercise pens, cocker pens, puppy pens, mats, nor floor coverings of any kind are allowed in ANY of the buildings. Please stack crates and limit grooming tables to allow space for all exhibitors. Exhibitors must be responsible for the cleanliness of their areas. Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 RV PARKING INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS An RV parking area is available with electricity, showers, restrooms and a dump station (please see layout on page 15). This RV Lot is located 800 feet from the Main Show Building and is the ONLY area on the show grounds with electrical hookups. These spaces are available, by reservation only, on a first come, first served basis. All spaces in this area are controlled by the Boulder County Fairgrounds and must be reserved through them. Send reservations to: BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS ATTN: CAMPGROUND RESERVATION OFFICE 9595 NELSON ROAD LONGMONT, CO Phone: (303) Fees vary according to your needs and are subject to change at any time. The Campgrounds Office will provide you with complete fee information, and rules and regulations. Reservations left on voic must be confirmed verbally with Fairground personnel to be considered valid. The Boulder County Campground does NOT issue refunds. Reservations are generally accepted beginning three months prior to requested date. Remember to specify the length of your vehicle. Checkout time is 10:00 am each day. If you do not wish to pay for Sunday, you must move your RV to the parking lot north of the Exhibit Building prior to 10:00 am, Sunday. Overnight parking is permitted in designed areas only (see layout on page 15). THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BATHING OF DOGS PERMITTED in any restroom or shower in ANY of the buildings on the show grounds, including the RV Lot. NO DUMPING OF GRAY WATER OR SEWAGE is allowed on the show grounds or surrounding areas of the Fairgrounds. WE DO NOT HAVE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR EARLY ARRIVALS, so please do not plan to arrive at the Fairgrounds prior to 7:00 am on Friday. The Boulder County Campgrounds will take reservations prior to Friday, June 2, Please call for availability. Grooming within the perimeter of the campground is subject to Campground rules and regulations. Should any problems arise with overnight guests, Boulder County Fairgrounds reserves the right to ask the offenders to leave the Fairgrounds. lf the problem is brought to the attention of Flatirons Kennel Club, lnc. it will result in an Event Committee being called. PLEASE BE COURTEOUS TO ALL PARKING PERSONNEL. GENERAL PARKING INFORMATION & REGULATIONS There will be no charge for DAY parking in Lot A and the south entrance lot. Overnight parking without hookups of any kind will be available after 7:00 am in Lot B, on Friday, June 2, A $10.00 fee, per night, will be collected. Exhibitors who are dry camping in Lot B are NOT entitled to use the showers in the exhibit building or the campgrounds. All waste water must be retained and disposed of properly. All Fire Lanes must be kept open at all times. (See layout on page 15). ANY VEHICLE PARKED IN LOT B WILL NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE ALLOWED TO USE ELECTRIC OR WATER HOOKUPS. ANY VIOLATION WILL BE SUB- JECT TO EVENT COMMITTEE JURISDICTION. Parking Lot A and the south entrance lot are for vans and cars only. No exercise pens, crating, or grooming set-ups are permitted. Saving spaces in any of the parking lots is prohibited. Unloading and loading only are permitted in the parking lot west of the Exhibition Building. Anyone parking in this lot without a permit, or unauthorized vehicles in fire lanes, any of the preferred reserved parking areas, or on the asphalt or dirt west of the show building, will be towed at the owner s expense. YOU WILL BE TOWED. A LIMITED NUMBER OF HANDICAP PARKING SPACES are available in Lot B, near the Exhibit Building. These are available on a first come, first served basis. A valid handicap permit MUST be displayed on vehicles using these spaces. THESE SPACES WILL NOT ACCOMMODATE MOTOR HOMES. Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page

8 RESERVED GROOMING FOR FLATIRONS KENNEL CLUB ALL-BREED SHOWS SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 2017 & SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017 In an attempt to provide grooming facilities to all exhibitors in a fair manner, Flatirons Kennel Club, Inc., is offering reserved grooming spaces in the Exhibition Building. FREE GROOMING SPACE will be available in Barns A, B, and C (see layout on page 15) on a first come, first served basis, beginning at 7:00 am on Friday, June 2, There will be a holding tent available for the convenience of outdoor exhibitors. ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS MAY BE LEFT IN ANY BUILDING BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 11:00 PM AND 6:00 AM, EACH NIGHT RESERVED GROOMING SPACE RULES A limited number of grooming spaces will be available in blocks of approximately 5 x 8, for a fee of $15.00 per space for the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). 1. All grooming spaces will be assigned in the order the reservation is received. Reservations will not be accepted before April 19, Any reservations received prior to that date will be returned. Grooming area reservations will be accepted until spaces are filled, or May 22, 2017, whichever comes first. 2. Reservations will be accepted by mail ONLY. Please include a self addressed STAMPED envelope for notification by mail, or provide your clearly printed address for notification. 3. A maximum of two (2) 5 x 8 spaces per envelope will be accepted. Any envelope containing a request for more than the allowed number will not be accepted. 4. No exercise pens, cocker pens, puppy pens, mats, nor floor coverings of any kind are allowed in the Exhibition Building. 5. You may not request a particular space or to be set up near another exhibitor. 6. If the grooming area is full, your reservation request will be returned, if you have included a stamped, self-addressed envelope. 7. In the event of inclement weather, the Flatirons Kennel Club Show Committee reserves the right to release, to the public, any reserved space(s) not claimed by noon on Saturday, June 3, PRIORITY RESERVED GROOMING RESERVATION FORM Make checks payable to: FLATIRONS KENNEL CLUB, INC. Mail reservation form and check to: Flatirons Kennel Club, Inc. Mary Mead 1045 Venice St. Longmont, CO PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Enclosed: $ for Grooming 15.00/space (maximum 2 spaces) Please notify me by - (A paper notification will not be mailed) Please notify me by US Mail - I have enclosed a stamped, self-addressed envelope I, the undersigned, understand that this reservation will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, and that I will accept the space that I am assigned. I further understand that the reserved grooming space is a privilege that can be withdrawn from those who do not follow the above rules. Signed ROUTES TO THE SHOW FROM THE NORTH - Take I-25 to Colorado 66 (Exit 243). West on 66 to Hover Road (approximately 8 miles). South on Hover Road to Nelson Road (approximately 3.5 miles). East on Nelson Road to first left into Fairgrounds. FROM THE SOUTH - Take I-25 to Colorado 52 (Exit 235). West on 52, also marked Mineral Rd. (approximately 8 miles) to 95th Street (3rd stop light). North on 95th St. (Hover Rd.) to Nelson Road (approximately 5 miles). East on Nelson Road to first left into Fairgrounds. NOTE - The entrance to the Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday will also be the first left. BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SHOW SITE NORTH VENDOR PARKING LOT B NON-ELECTRIC RV PARKING & HANDICAP PARKING ONLY OVERNIGHT ALLOWED $10.00/NIGHT FAIRGROUNDS OFFICES WALK GATE BARN A CAMPGROUND RESERVED R.V. PARKING W/ELECTRIC HOOKUPS BARN B EXHIBITION BUILDING UNLOADING ONLY OFFICIAL PARKING ONLY ABSOLUTELY ON ROADWAY CONTACT BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS TO RESERVE SPACES. (SEE PARKING RULES) ABSOLUTELY ON ROADWAY EXHIBITOR EAST PARKING NO OVERNIGHT ARENA DIRT FLOOR AREA HOTELS & MOTELS THAT WILL ACCEPT DOGS DAYS INN... Phone: (303) State Highway 119, Longmont, CO BEST WESTERN PLUS PLAZA HOTEL...Phone: (303) Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont, CO RESIDENCE INN LONGMONT...Phone: (303) Dry Creek Drive, Longmont, CO One time pet fee: $75.00 SUPER 8 MOTEL...Phone: (303) or Main St., Longmont, CO $10.00 per pet, per day. SUPER 8 MOTEL...Phone: (303) or Turner Blvd., Longmont, CO $10.00 per pet, per day. The future of our sport is in your hands. Please don t damage the hotel rooms or grounds! Exhibitors will be subject to disciplinary action by the Show Committee for any reported abuse or damage to hotel property that is not immediately rectified with hotel management. BARN C HOVER ROAD (95th ST.) BARN D BARN E CLOVER BLDG. LOT A VANS & CARS ONLY NO SET-UPS OFFICES ON ROADWAY EXHIBITOR SOUTH PARKING LOT (DAYTIME ONLY) ENTER HERE (FRI., SAT., & SUN.) PAVILLION GREAT DANE SPECIALTIES RING AREA ON GRASS NELSON ROAD Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page

9 OFFICIAL AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB ENTRY FORM BOTH SIDES OF THE ENTRY FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED GREAT DANE CLUB OF GREATER DENVER, INC. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017 BACK-TO-BACK SPECIALTIES SPECIALTY #1 (AM) WITH PUPPY & VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES (# ) SPECIALTY #2 (PM) WITH JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP (# ) BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS NELSON RD. & 95th ST. LONGMONT, CO ENTRIES CLOSE: 12:00 NOON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, (Limit 100 dogs ea.) After which time and date entries cannot be accepted, canceled, altered or substituted. ENTRY fees EACH SPEC. (Also refer to page 10) Regular Puppy Classes (6-9 mos. & 9-12 mos.), and Bred-by-Exhibitor Classes...$ All other Regular Breed Classes and Best of Breed Competition Veteran Dog Class and Veteran Bitch Class Stud Dog Class, Brood Bitch Class, Brace Class AM Specialty #1 only Jr. Showmanship PM Spec. only...$10.00 or FREE as an additional entry of the same dog Puppy & Veteran Sweepstakes Classes AM Specialty #1 only Parade of Veterans or Parade of Titleholders PM Specialty #2 only...$10.00 or FREE as an additional entry of the same dog, same specialty (#2) (Entry fees include the AKC Event Service Fee and Recording Fee). ENTRY FEES FOR EACH SPECIALTY MUST BE CALCULATED INDEPENDENTLY. Make all fees payable to: Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. (GDCGD) Mail all entries with fees to: Robert Miller, W. Archer Drive, Golden, CO Show(s) this entry form covers c #1 (AM) c #2 (PM) TOTAL ENCLOSED Entry Fee Enclosed $ $ $ IMPORTANT - Read Carefully instructions on Reverse Side Before Filling Out. Numbers in the boxes indicate sections of the instructions relevant to the information needed in that box. PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE CLEARLY BREED (5) VARIETY (1) SEX GREAT DANE DOG (2) (3) SHOW CLASS ADDITIONAL CLASSES NAME OF JUNIOR HANDLER (if any) (See Back) FULL NAME OF DOG c AKC REG. NO. Enter Registration Number Here c ILP NO. c PAL NO. c FOREIGN REG. NO & COUNTRY BREEDER(S) SIRE DAM ACTUAL OWNER(S) (4) OWNER S ADDRESS c New Address CLASS (3) DIVISION Weight, Color, Etc. JR. SHOWMANSHIP CLASS (#2 PM Only) JR. HANDLER NUMBER CITY STATE ZIP + 4 NAME OF OWNER S AGENT (IF ANY) AT THE SHOW DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH: c USA c Other List Country I CERTIFY that I am the actual owner of the dog, or that I am the duly authorized agent of the actual owner whose name I have entered above. In consideration of the acceptance of this entry, I (we) agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the American Kennel Club in effect at the time of this event, and by any additional rules and regulations appearing in the premium list for this event, and further agree to be bound by the Agreement printed on the reverse side of this entry form. I (we) certify and represent that the dog entered is not a hazard to persons or other dogs. This entry is submitted for acceptance on the foregoing representation and Agreement. I (we) agree to conduct myself (ourselves) in accordance with such Rules and Regulations (including all provisions applying to discipline) and to abide by any decisions made in accord with them. SIGNATURE of owner or his agent duly authorized to make this entry NOTE OWNER-HANDLED ELIGIBLE? (YES ) (NO ) (see page ) Telephone # ( ) Address\ Page Great Dane Club of Greater Denver, Inc. June 2, 2017 AKC Rules, Regulations, Policies and Guidelines are available on the American Kennel Club Web site: AGREEMENT I (we) agree that the club holding this event has the right to refuse this entry for cause which the club shall deem sufficient. In consideration of the acceptance of this entry and of the holding of this event and of the opportunity to have the dog judged and to win prizes, ribbons, or trophies, I (we) agree to hold the AKC, the event-giving club, their members, directors, governors, officers, agents, superintendents or event secretary and the owner and/or lessor of the premises and any provider of services that are necessary to hold this event and any employees or volunteers of the aforementioned parties, and any AKC approved judge, judging at this event, harmless from any claim for loss or injury which may be alleged to have been caused directly or indirectly to any person or thing by the act of this dog while in or about the event premises or grounds or near any entrance thereto, and I (we) personally assume all responsibility and liability for any such claim; and I (we) further agree to hold the aforementioned parties harmless from any claim for loss, injury or damage to this dog. Additionally, I (we) hereby assume the sole responsibility for and agree to indemnify, defend and save the aforementioned parties harmless from any and all loss and expense (including legal fees) by reason of the liability imposed by law upon any of the aforementioned parties for damage because of bodily injuries, including death at any time resulting therefrom, sustained by any person or persons, including myself (ourselves), or on account of damage to property, arising out of or in consequence of my (our) participation in this event, however such, injuries, death or property damage may be caused, and whether or not the same may have been caused or may be alleged to have been caused by the negligence of the aforementioned parties or any of their employees or agents, or any other persons. I (WE) AGREE THAT ANY CAUSE OF ACTION, CONTROVERSY OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE ENTRY, EXHIBITION OR ATTENDANCE AT THE EVENT BETWEEN THE AKC AND MYSELF (OURSELVES) OR AS TO THE CONSTRUCTION, INTERPRETATION AND EFFECT OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE SETTLED BY ARBITRATION PURSUANT TO THE APPLICA- BLE RULES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION. HOWEVER, PRIOR TO ARBITRA- TION ALL APPLICABLE AKC BYLAWS, RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES MUST FIRST BE FOLLOWED AS SET FORTH IN THE AKC CHARTER AND BYLAWS, RULES, REGULA- TIONS, PUBLISHED POLICIES AND GUIDELINES. INSTRUCTIONS 1. (Variety) if you are entering a dog of a breed in which there are varieties for show purposes, please designate the particular variety you are entering i.e., Cocker Spaniel (solid color black, ASCOB, particolor). Beagles (not exceeding 13 in., over 13 in. but not exceeding 15 in.). Dachshunds (longhaired, smooth, wirehaired). Collies (rough, smooth). Bull Terriers (colored, white). Manchester Terriers (standard, toy). Chihuahuas (smooth coat, long coat). English Toy Spaniels (King Charles and Ruby, Blenheim and Prince Charles). Poodles (toy, miniature, standard). 2. The following categories of dogs may be entered and shown in Best of Breed competition: Dogs that are Champions of Record and dogs which according to their owners records, have completed the requirements for a championship, but whose championships are unconfirmed. The showing of unconfirmed Champions in Best of Breed competition is limited to a period of 90 days from the date of the show where the dog completed the requirements for a championship. 3. (Event Class) Consult the classification in this premium list. If the event class in which you are entering your dog is divided, then, in addition to designating the class, specify the particular division of the class in which you are entering your dog, i.e., age division, color division, weight division. 4. A dog must be entered in the name of the person who actually owned it at the time entries for an event closed. If a registered dog has been acquired by a new owner, it must be entered in the name of its new owner in any event for which entries closed after the date of acquirement, regardless of whether the new owner has received the registration certificate indicating that the dog is recorded in his name. State on entry form whether transfer application has been mailed to AKC (For complete rule refer to Chapter 11, Section 3). 5. Mixed Breed dogs entering classes for Agility, Obedience and Rally trials should mark Breed as AKC Canine Partners Listed Dog All-American Dog/Mixed Breed. Variety, Breeder, Sire, Dam information shall remain blank for mixed breed entrants. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP If this entry is for Junior Showmanship, please give the following information: JR. HANDLER S DATE OF BIRTH AKC JUNIOR HANDLER NUMBER: c c -c c -c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c The above AKC Junior Handler number MUST be included. Should you not have your Junior Handler number, this may be obtained from the American Kennel Club. Phone: (919) By signing the entry form I (we) certify that the Junior Showman does not now, and will not at any time, act as an agent/handler for pay while continuing to compete in Junior Showmanship. ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP If Jr. Handler is not the owner of the dog identified on the face of this form, what is the relationship of the Jr. Handler to the owner? Entries Close: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page