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2 x CACIB International Dog Show will be held on 21th and 22th May of 2022 in Hungary on Pápa. In next to the 2 International Dog Shows, two club shows are also waiting for the exhibitors in 20th May of 2022.  The venue of the show is Pápa, Várkert street 1.

GPS: 47.337398; 17.469093

Informations of exhibitors

Dear Foreign Exhibitors,

Admission to the showground is possible with a vaccination card, in accordance with the national regulations;
our foreign exhibitors can travel to Hungary in accordance with the applicable entry conditions. Please consider these expectations when registering to the show.

The programs of the 2 x CACIB International Dog Show and a speciality show:

20th May of 2022 – Friday:
Hungarian Retriever and Water Dog – CAC Club Show
Dalmata and Kopó Club – Club Show
Hungarian Miniature Dog Friends Association – Speciality Winner Show in morning and Cup Winner Show in afternoon
The informations under the 2 x CACIB informations.

21th May of 2022 – Saturday morning: CACIB I.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday morning: CACIB II. – Esterházy Memorial


21th May of 2022 – Saturday

Ring Schedule

Ring schedule by dog breeds>>

22th May of 2022 – Sunday

Ring Schedule

Ring schedule by dog breeds>>


Deadline for entry of the 2 x CACIB Show Pápa:

I. Entry deadlines: until 21th March of 2022
II. Entry deadlines: 22th March of 2022 – 04th April of 2022
III. Entry deadlines: 05th April of 2022 – 13th May of 2022

2 x CACIB International Dog Show Pápa
Judge lists

The leader judge is Mr. András Korózs from Hungary.

FCI – I. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Gábor Korózs (HU): Hungarian Shepherd Dogs
Ildikó Muzslai (HU): English Shepherd Dogs, Australian Shepherd Dogs, Miniature American Shepherd Dogs
Zsolt Bíró (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – I.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Róbert Kotlár (HU): Hungarian Shepherd Dogs
Gerard Jipping (NL): English Shepherd Dogs, Australian Shepherd Dogs, Miniature American Shepherd Dogs
Sándor Szabó (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – I.

FCI – II. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Gerard Jipping (NL): Boxer, Schnauzers, Pinschers, Dobermann, Rottweiler, Great Dane
András Polgár (SRB): Saint Bernard, Leonberger, Tibetan Mastiff, Bernese Mountain Dog, Swiss Mountain Dogs, Russian Dog Breeds
Jaroslav Matyás (SK): other dog breeds of group FCI – II.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Jaroslav Matyás (SK): Boxer, Schnauzers, Pinschers, Dobermann, Rottweiler, Great Dane
Anna Kochan (PL): Saint Bernard, Leonberger, Tibetan Mastiff, Bernese Mountain Dog, Swiss Mountain Dogs, Russian Dog Breeds
Zsolt Bíró (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – II.

FCI – III. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Sándor Szabó (HU): Long-legged Terriers, Short-legged Terriers
Zlatko Jojkic (SRB): Bull-type Terriers

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Gábor Korózs (HU): Long-legged Terriers, Short-legged Terriers
dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): Bull-type Terriers

FCI – IV. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Daniela Radu (RO): the complete group

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Maja Bubalo (CRO): the complete group

FCI – V. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Günther Ehrenreich (A): Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Akita Inu, American Akita, Samoyed, Chow-Chow, Shiba
dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – V.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Zaur Agabeyli (AZ): the complete group

FCI – VI. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

István Orcsik (SRB): the complete group

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Daniela Radu (RO): the complete group

FCI – VII. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Zaur Agabeyli (AZ): the complete group

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Günther Ehrenreich (A): the complete group

FCI – VIII. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Maja Bubalo (CRO): Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever
Günther Ehrenreich (A): other dog breeds of group FCI – VIII.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Zlatko Jojkic (SRB): the complete group

FCI – IX. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Anna Kochan (PL): French Bulldog, Pug, Boston Terrier, Chinese Crested Dog, Tibetan Terrier, Tibetan Spaniel, Shih-Tzu, Lhasa-Apso
Róbert Kotlár (HU): Poodles, other dog breeds of group FCI – IX.

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Péter Harsányi (HU): French Bulldog, Pug, Boston Terrier, Chinese Crested Dog, Tibetan Terrier, Tibetan Spaniel, Shih-Tzu, Lhasa-Apso
István Orcsik (SRB): Poodles, other dog breeds of group FCI – IX.

FCI – X. Group

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Péter Harsányi (HU): the complete group

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Ildikó Muzslai (HU): the complete group

Dog breeds not recognized by FCI

21th May of 2022 – Saturday
Pápa CACIB

Zsolt Bíró (HU)

22th May of 2022 – Sunday
Esterházy Memorial CACIB

Gábor Korózs (HU)

Attention!

The veterinary regulations in force in Hungary: a valid rabies vaccination for the dog is mandatory to combat the territory of the exhibition entrance! Entry to the EU countries and non-EU countries is in compliance with applicable laws and regulatory requirements.

The damage caused by the dog owner is responsible!

Dogs with docked tail and cropped ears can be entered. They will be judged together with dogs with natural tail and ears.

Editorial Note: If you are browsing the entry from a mobile phone, please turn your phone horizontally so that you will see the “Entry deadlines and entry fees” properly!

2 x CACIB Pápa
Entry deadlines and entry fees

c                               First entry                Second entry              Last entry
C C                            
deadline                     deadline                     deadline
C                                                          
 from 22. 03. 2022    from 05. 04. 2022
C                      until 21. 03. 2022         to 04. 04. 2022
         to 13. 05. 2022


1st dog                    45 € / day                     55 € / day                  60 € / day


Additional dog     40 € / day                     50 € / day                  60 € / day


Minor Puppy,
Puppy, Veteran     25 € / day                     30 € / day                  35 € / day


Entry on site:

Breeding group, Dog pairs          20 € / day


Junior handler                                 20 € / day


Attention!

Entering to the show is in accordance to the FCI and Hungarian Kennel Club’s Show Regulations, the exhibitor by signing the entry form, or by entering in the online-system, the exhibitor is undertake to comply with and be bound by the rules itself.

Conditions:

  • To the show only those dogs can be entered, who has original FCI registeed pedigree, one dog can be entered only to one class.
  • Entry is available by online, by email and by post!
  • Entries aived by fax and e-mail are not accepted.
  • The entry fee must be paid also in case of absence.
  • Illegible and incomplete entry form can not be accepted.

The entry to the show is as per the current FCI and MEOESZ show regulation, accepted by signing the entry form or by using the online entry system.

Only dogs with FCI pedigrees can be entered, one dog can be entered only in one class. In case of absence the entry fee must be paid as well.

If you enter more dogs, the Minor Puppy, Puppy and Veteran classes entry fees is not counting as “First dog” in amount!

In case of paying at the Show, the administration fee is 10 € / entry.

Reclassification fee: 10 EUR
Dog replacement fee: 10 EUR
Exhibition day replacement fee: 10 EUR

For correct class entries, please use the date of showing to calculate the age of the dog.

Entry classes

Please, click to the text, or the “+” sign and open the box, where you will see the entry classes.

Entry classes

          Class                          Age                                           Attached documents

Minor Puppy class               3 – 6 months                   FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

Puppy class                           6 – 9 months                   FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

Junior class                          9 – 18 months                  FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

Intermediate class            15 – 24 months                 FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

Open class                          From 15 months               FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

Working class                    From 15 months       FCI accepted Working test certificate copy, copy of pedigree

Champion class                 From 15 months               FCI National or International Champion certificate copy

Veteran class                        From 8 years                   FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

2 x CACIB Dog Show Pápa online-entry is available, please, click>>

For the entry you must make registration before. When making the online-entry you can make changes after the entry done for 6 hours. When you not make any changes in this 6 hours, the entry will become final. You will get automatically e-mail after making tfhe entry(ies). It includes all information. Please check and in case of any mistakes, inform us by e-mail. In the online system you can only make the payment by Bankcard or Creditcard. If you not finish the creditcard payment in the online system, your entry will be cancelled automatically.Entry is valid only if the payment is successful via the online entry site. Entries cannot be saved int he system without payment.

Entry is accepted after payment is fully done.

They can not take over the costs of the bank wire transfer.

The entry fee must paid to the next account number:
Name of the account holder:
Ebtenyésztők Pápai Egyesülete

Bank account number:
IBAN code: HU64 73600156-16503698-000000
Swift code: TAKBHUHB

Please in the comment put the note: your dog’s name and the whole amount written, as we have to recognise it more easily. All information will be forwarded to this e-mail address noted.

The exchange’s fee between classes is 10 EUR/change.

Registration form

coming soon

Without your signature we can not register your dog to the show!

Entry adress by post:
Ebtenyésztők Pápai Egyesülete
Pápa
Somlai út. 65.
8500
Hungary

All information about the show can be viewed on the official website of the Ebtenyésztők Pápai Egyesülete>>.


Club Shows

Ring Schedule

20th May of 2022 – Friday

Hungarian Retriever and Water Dog
CAC Club Show

Online entry>>

E-mail: retrieverhungary2016@gmail.com

Official website>>

Official facebook page>>

Dalmata és Kopó Club
Club Show

Online entry>>

E-mail: scendhoundanddalmatian@gmail.com

Official website>>

Official facebook page>>

Hungarian Miniature Dog Friends Association
Speciality Winner Show

Online entry>>

Official website>>

Cup Winner Show

Online entry>>

Official website>>



The city of the 2 x CACIB & a Speciality Shows is

Pápa

Pápa is located at the confluence of the Bakony Mountains and the Kisalföld, which is the second most populated settlement of Veszprém county, outstandingly the cultural, economic and tourist center of the region.

The area of ​​the settlement has been inhabited since the Neolithic. Although in Roman times the road between Szombathely (Savaria) and Győr (Arrabona) went to this, no settlement was established. The first written mention of the town is from 1061, which is about the donation of a mill. It follows that the Pápa was a significant market town at the time. In Pápa were 22 mills in the first half of the 19th century, whose driven by the Tapolca stream. Today, however, the dried-up stream due to bauxite production and industrialization would no longer be able to supply the mills, so they can only be found in the city as an attraction rather than a working one.

The role of the city began to expand from the middle of the 18th century, schools were established and have been operating ever since. Pápa was already a reputable school town in the middle of the 19th century. Its nationally renowned school is the Reformed College, originally founded in 1531, where Sándor Petőfi and Mór Jókai also studied. The other school with a similar reputation is the Türr István High School, founded by the Paulines in 1638 and now state-owned, where the hungarian reformer, Ferenc Deák studied.

An important element of the city’s history is the blue painting workshop of the Kluge family currently living in Canada. It was established in 1786 in Pápa. The workshop was fed by the water of the Tapolca stream. Until the 19th century, blue painting was done by hand, but later by steam engines, which was one of the best in Hungary at the turn of the century. The workshop, along with the craft, passed from father to son in the Kluge family until this private enterprise was closed in 1945 during nationalization. The workshop has been home to a museum since 1962 that showcases a craft with a long history.

Pápa is one of the most beautiful small baroque towns in Hungary. It lived its heyday in the 1700s as the estate center of the Esterházy family. Outstanding among its sights are its churches , thirteen building, which, not only because of their size, rise above the residential houses of the small baroque town. If the traveler looks at the silhouette of the city from afar, he first sees the towers of the temples, which hide secrets. These buildings are witnesses to the history that lives with us.

Pápa as one of the centers of extensive estates, was sought to be constructed in such a way that it worthily represented the authority and wealth of the Esterházy family. Count Ferenc Esterházy built a baroque castle, and his son, Count Károly Esterházy, Bishop of Eger, built a new, imposing parish church. Count Károly Esterházy is associated with a number of constructions. He was the one who drained the lake next to the castle, created a park in its place, abolished the medieval rampart system, and modernized the structure of the streets and squares in the spirit of the age, which still decisively defines the cityscape today. The city center dates back to the Middle Ages. The narrow, winding streets have retained their original shape, although most of the houses are more recent. The oldest building still standing today is the 15th century Corvin House. The 19th-century, early 20th-century houses in the city center have been renovated, the Main Square is considered one of the most beautiful Baroque squares in Central Europe.

Esterházy Castle is located on Fő tér, behind the Great Church. The baroque castle and the former fortification system played an important role in the history and development of the city.The renovated castle is once again a major tourist attraction for the city. The most beautiful room of the 18th century U-shaped palace is the Palatine Hall, with the image of the city at that time. The castle is as luxurious as any other palace owned by the family, well worth a visit. Upstairs is the Castle Chapel, which today serves as the Jókai Library. The beautifully restored frescoes in the room offer wonderful. In the park in front of the castle there are statues of Jókai and Petőfi. The Castle Garden is a really nice resting place on 100 hectares, which people often visit.

In the park of Esterházy Castle, the park referred to as the Castle Garden surrounds the building as an extensive green area. Before the war, the park was huge, many larger than today, largely a game park that the common people could not enter. After the war, the forest was almost completely exterminated. The park, when mutilated and then restored, is beautiful.

The Castle Garden Bath is located in the Outer Castle Garden. Those who want to relax can live in a pleasant environment with a variety of services, which include both forms of activities that ensure the preservation of health and active sports, as well as those that promote active rest and regeneration.

There is no shortage of museums and galleries in the city. The best known is the Blue Painter Museum, mentioned above, which provides an insight into the world of cold indigo painting, a new process of the 18th century. The museum has three permanent exhibitions: the history of the Kluge family and the presentation of the technique of blue painting, the exhibition of the oeuvre of the artist Irén Bódy and the presentation of the blue painting masters of Hungary. The museum was opened in 1962 and then renovated in 1983, on the two hundredth anniversary of the blue painting workshop.

Those interested can view the Pomegranate Museum Pharmacy, which was founded in the 1700s and patterned the pharmacy of older times. The Coat of Arms and Weapons History Exhibition is really remarkable, most of the objects are from the 19th to the 20th century. century. If you are interested in fine arts, visit the A. Tóth Sándor Gallery, the Somogyi József Gallery or the Hollósí Gallery.

The cultural programs, which traditionally return every year, attract many visitors to the city. St. George’s Day Agrárexpo is open in April. Pápa City Day is celebrated in June and the Pápa’s International Games Festival is held as a recurring program. At the events of the Pápa’s Historical Days, traditionally held in August, the visitor can travel back a bit in history. The traditional program for November is the St. Martin’s Day New Wine Festival and the Advent program series.

Pápa is one of the most beautiful cities in Transdanubia, where history and knowledge surround everything. It is worth visiting and getting to know this charming small baroque town!

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Hungarian Dog Show Calendar of 2022

I also recommend the Calendar of FCI World Dog Shows from 1971 to the present day and the Calendar of FCI European Dog Shows from 1982 to the present day, with dates and locations of World Dog Shows and European Dog Shows in recent and upcoming years, the numbers of dogs entered, the names and the breeds of BIS winners, the official websites, the results and some color videos with links.


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