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ATTENTION HERDING COMMUNITY

RULES REVIEW

 
The five yearly ANKC Herding Rules Review process is underway to submit suggestions for
changes within a time frame, leading to the introduction of revised Rules commencing

1 January 2018.

 

 

 

ATTENTION HERDING COMMUNITY

 

ANKC HERDING RULES REVIEW

 

Submissions from all States are now available for all to read on ANKC Ltd website at

About Us – Rule Review Submissions

 

A meeting of  interested persons will be held at

 

KCC Park on Sunday, November 27,

10.00 am

 

to consider the submissions and to provide our Delegate with direction on

how to vote at the National Herding Conference in February, 2017

 

Tea & Coffee will be provided but BYO lunch

 

Amended Rules arising from the Conference will come into effect on January 1, 2018

 

VHA TOP DOG AWARD


Although every dog and handler in our club has a personal story of success and achievement to tell, the VHA Committee would also like to recognise the high performing competitors of the Club. We wish to celebrate those dogs that have been highly successful in any one year at ANKC Herding.

So, beginning this year we have the new VHA TOP DOG AWARD.

Please read the criteria in the attachment and consider putting your dog forward for this year's awards.

 

Top Dog Award Recipients for 2015

 

The VHA Committee we would like to thank everyone who entered our first Top Dog Awards Competition. All the results entered were impressive scores and very high standards of work over the year.

 

Advanced

HCH Blue Mountain Nutschan Fleck HSAc HXAsd HIBsd

Karen Edwards

 

Intermediate

Gr Ch Aldonza Spirit of the Tiger HIAs HNAd

Margarite Frost

 

Novice

CH Clyzan Seven Deadly Sins (AI) HSBs HNAsd ETCH Clyzan Seven Deadly Sins (AI). HSBs. HNAsd. ET. Meg Lewis. CH Clyzan Seven Deadly Sins (AI). HSBs. HNAsd. ET. Meg Lewis.

Meg Lewis

 

Started

Sea J Skipper. HSAs. HSBs Sea J Skipper. HSAs. HSBsSea J Skipper HSAs HSBs

Pam Cartledge




NEW WEB PAGES

The Victorian Herding Association Committee decided at the 5th August 2014 meeting to add three additional pages to the website.

1. HERDING SUCCESSES:

HerdingSuccesses Page in recognition of member's dogs having gained a Herding Title

(to be recorded year by year)

- Dog must gain Herding StartedTitle or higher (on any stock) to be eligible.

- Member must have current VHA Membership at time of submission to be eligible.

Submit:

  • Dogs registered name (including all titles) – No photo

  • Handlers name

    2. HONOUR BOARD:

    Herding Honour Board in recognition of member’s dogs ‘higher achievements’.

    - Dog must have gained Intermediate Title or higher (on any stock) to be eligible.

    - Member must have current VHA Membership at time of submission to be eligible.

    Submit:

  • one photo of the dog

  • Dogs registered name (including all titles)

  • Handlers name

    3. IN MEMORIUM:

    This page is dedicated to the memory of our wonderful herding dogs no longer with us.

    - Dog must have gained Started Title or higher to eligible.

    - Member must have current VHA Membership at time of submission to be eligible.

    Submit:

  • one photo of the dog

  • Dogs registered name (including all titles)

  • Member may write up to 50 words in dogs memory (excluding name/titles)

    Information to be forwarded to VHA Committee for approval via

    Webmaster Garry Roberts – email: gprobert@netspace.net.au

Notes re photos from Website provider:

The best size for images on a website is about 400 pixels on the longest side of the image, for a normal image this would be the width, or if it is portrait shape image this would be the height. At this size the image will fit nicely on the page and be suitable for everyone to view, no matter what size screen or setting they are using to view your site with.

As well as the actual size of the image, we have to make sure the file size of the image is not to big. If you have an image file on your page that is 900KB + in size it will take many minutes for it to show if some one is trying to view site using a dial up connection, they will of gone elsewhere long before your image loads.

The best file size for your images is around 40- 100K this can be achieved using JPG compression 20% - 40% most image editing programs will be able to do this.





    


 

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