CAC Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs will be held on 20th April of 2024 in Tápiószentmárton, in Hungary.

The Eurasian Shepherd Dogs Club is holding a Speciality show at the same time and place, starting at 1:00 p.m., and the International Pumi Association holds a breed exhibition and breeding review, the Hungarian Mudi Association holds a CAC exhibition and a breeding review, the show information you can be read under CAC  Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs exhibition information.

Venue of the show is Tápiószentmárton, Kincsem Horse park.

GPS: N 47,321445, E 19, 765515

The CAC Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs is open to all dogs that have ever been involved in herding or guarding animals.

Informations for exhibitors

CAC Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs round assigment


Deadline for entries of CAC Show for Shepherd and the Herding dogs:

I. Entry deadlines: 22th January of 2024 – 17th March of 2024
II. Entry deadlines: 18th March of 2024 – 07th April of 2024

The following dog breeds can be entries:

FCI. – I. Group:

all breed

FCI. – II. Group:

All Shepherd and Herding dogs (Caucasian Shepherd Dog, Central Asian Shepherd Dog, Kangal, Pyrenean Mountain Dog Swiss Great Mountain Dogs, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Entlebucher, Sarplaninac).

Judge list

FCI – I. Group

Dr. Éva Sirkó (HU): Hungarian Komondor, Kuvasz, Puli, Pumi, Mudi
Tímea Kakas (HU): Welsh Corgi Cardigan, smooth Collie, Bearded Collie, Shetland Sheepdog
Tereza Knedlhans (CZ): Rough Collie, Bobtail, Welsh Corgi Pembroke, Border Collie, Australian Shepherd dog, Miniature American Shepherd dog, White Swiss Shepherd dog, Belgian Shepherd dog, French Shepherd dogs, German Shepherd dogs, other dog breeds of group I.

FCI – II. Group

Dr. Gábor Hargitai (HU): Perro de Presa Canario, Tornjak, Entlebucher Mountain dog, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Pyrenean Mountain Dog, Atlas Mountain Dog, Yugoslavian Shepherd (Sarplaninac), Estrela Mountain Dog, Bucovina Shepherd Dog, Caucasian Shepherd Dog, Central Asian Shepherd Dog, Karst Shepherd Dog, Pyrenean Mastiff, Spanish Mastiff, Tibetan Mastiff, Kangal (Anatolian Shepherd dog), Appenzeller Sennenhund, Bernese Mountain dog


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.

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CAC Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs
Entry deadlines and entry fees

c                               First entry                  Second entry    
C C                            
deadline                       deadline
           18. 03. 2024
ccccc             until 17. 03. 2024                07. 04. 2024  

1st dog                         35 €                                45 €

Additional dog          30 €                                 40 €

Minor Puppy,
Puppy, Veteran         20 €                                 25 €

Entry on site:

Breeding group, Dog pairs          20 €

Junior handler                                 20 €

Swap Dog: 10 €
Class changes free!


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.


  • 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 post and by online!
  • 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!

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

CAC Show for Shepherd and Herding dogs online-entry is available>>

For the entry you must make registration before. In the online system you can only make the payment by Bankcard or Credit card.

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

Local payment + 5 EUR / dog / day, calculated up!

They only accept your entry with a copy the payment confirmation attached (bank transfer receipt)!

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

Entry is accepted after payment is fully done.

The entry fee must paid to the next account number:
Name of the account holder:
Pest megyei Kutyások Egyesülete

Bank account number:
IBAN CODE: HU29 12023132-01744877-00100005
Swift (BIC) code: UBRTHUHB

The exchange’s fee between classes is 5 EUR/change.

Registration form

Entry adress by post:
Hód-Dog Kutyabarát Egyesület
Pf./ 1.

Show informations are the Hód-Dog Kutyabarát Egyesület official website >>.

Information of show entry in email:

Club and Special shows organized by the following Club

Eurasian Shepherd Dogs Club
Speciality Show

Official website

Online entry

Official website

Official facebook page

Online entry

Hungarian Mudi Association
CAC Show

Other show information

Online entry

Official facebook page

The venue of CAC show for shepherd and herding dogs is

Tápiószentmárton village

Tápiószentmárton is a large village in the county of Pest, in the district of Nagykátai. It is the village with the largest population in Alsó-Tápió-mente. The easiest way to reach it by car is from the side road that branches off between the 54th and 55th kilometer sections of highway No. 4.

The settlement has been inhabited since prehistoric times, as evidenced by the Scythian golden deer, a shield ornament from a princely tomb unearthed in its borders in 1923. (The original is in the Hungarian National Museum, a copy can be seen in the Blaskovich Museum in Tapioszele.) The first known documented mention of the settlement dates from the middle of the 15th century, in 1459. At that time, the territory of the village was owned by the Pányi-Gáldi family and István Werbőczy. It was depopulated when the Turks withdrew.

Among its later owners, the Blaskovich family gained the greatest fame. Among the members of the well-known family, Bertalan Blaskovich also stood out, who in the first decades of the 19th century participated in the launch of the journal Aurora (1822), edited by Károly Kisfaludy, and significantly supported domestic horse racing. His son, farmer Ernő Blaskovich Ebecki, raised the famous stud, in which the competition mare Kincsem was also raised.

Kincsem, also referred to as the „miracle mare”, was born in Tápiószentmárton, the most successful competition horse in Hungarian equestrian sport; the name of the horse park and the Kincsem Museum operating in the park keep the memory of this. The horse park has a wine cellar, golf and mini-golf courses, an indoor riding stable suitable for holding competitions, an international standard NB I football field, a tennis court, an indoor pool, a wellness area, a playground, an animal show area trained to show backyard animals, and even a hotel with an apartment with a restaurant and a conference room. In addition to all this, there is also an airport suitable for receiving small planes in the area of the equestrian park.

The Attila hillock is a small rise of a few meters in height. The Scythians erected such mounds, so-called kurgans, over the tombs of their leaders, of which there are many all over the Great Plain. It is no coincidence that it was beneath the surface of this mound that found the archelogists Blaskovich brothers the famous Scythian golden horn in 1923. It is believed that the wooden palace of King Attila the Hun once stood here, and even his tomb may have been here. That’s why it got the name Attila hillock. The place has been under national archaeological protection since 2000. The hillock is nowadays considered by many to have a special energy and healing properties. This is based on several arguments, such as the fact that Kincsem’s former runway was on this very spot and that the horse got his miraculous powers from here. But the stronger argument is a recent observation. The stud’s vet noticed 20 years ago that horses graze on this small pile with great pleasure, and sick animals lie there for hours. He linked this to the fact that the recovery rate of the animals here is much better than anywhere else in the country, and that the pregnancy rate of the horses is higher than average. So it’s no wonder that word of the healing hillock spread quickly. Measurements commissioned by the Kincsem Riding Park have indeed shown a beneficial energy radiation. The National Institute for Radiation Biology also measured here, but they found no discrepancies.

A walking path with a small wooden bridge leads to the hillock, from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the landscape and the horses grazing all around.The hillock has been nicely landscaped with grass and birch trees as an important part of the horse park. There is a pavilion with a wooden roof and several benches for relaxation and meditation. A few metres further down, along the footpath leading to the central building of the park, is a bust of King Attila with a memorial headstone. It is also worth walking further around the park, admiring the grey cattle, racehorses, mini zoo, tidy stables, obstacle and show jumping courses and the 200 horses grazing around the stud farm. Afterwards, another highlight of our historic walk is a visit to the Treasure Museum, born from the private collection of the equestrian park.

The museum was created based on the thoughts, wishes and ideas of János Kocsi, the owner of Kincsem Lovaspark, and from the objects of his collection. My treasure, in honor of the 125th anniversary of the birth of the wonder mare was handed over on March 20, 1999, as the new gem of the riding paradise of Tápiószentmárton. When the museum was created, the primary goal was to commemorate Kincsem, a native of the place, the thoroughbred wonder mare, whose performance is still unique to this day: she won 54 races in a row in 4 years.

Kincsem, the unbeatable, the invincible \”miracle mare\” was born in 1874 in Tápiószentmárton, on the estate of Count Ernő Blaskovich. My treasure is a legendary figure in the history of thoroughbred breeding. His performance, which in the world since then has not been achieved by any competition horse, earned him fame and respect not only for his owner, but also for the entire Hungarian livestock industry around the world. During his life, he traveled half of Europe by train. He achieved his greatest successes in Hungary, Austria, Germany, England and France. Between June 21 and October 29, 1876, he competed and won in Prague, Hamburg, Hanover, Frankfurt, Baden-Baden, Vienna, Sopron and Budapest.

Secondly, the museum will present the history of all existing equestrian sports, and thirdly, it will present the life of the old Tápiómente and Tápiószentmárton – with pictures and objects – in the framework of a local history exhibition. In addition, visitors can see a small collection of weapons and competition prizes.

There are Catholic, Lutheran, Reformed churches and chapels in the settlement, one of the latter, the so-called Blaskovich Chapel, built in 1768.

The village also has a beach and a thermal bath with medicinal water. Those wishing to relax are welcomed with 4 pools (children’s, medical, swimming and spa pools), a sand soccer field, a children’s playground, massages. The spa’s 52 °C thermal water (alkaline-hydrocarbonate-chloride thermal water) emerges from a depth of 650 meters. The medicinal water has a general pain-relieving, calming and sleep-improving effect, but it can also be used to treat various skin diseases, and it is extremely effective in the treatment of degenerative wear-and-tear musculoskeletal diseases, as it reduces the activity of rheumatic processes. According to experience, it can be used with success in the follow-up treatment of more serious injuries, mainly associated with limited mobility. Due to its alkaline-hydrogen content, it can be recommended for locomotor and gynecological pathologies, and due to its chloride content, it also has a general strengthening and resistance-enhancing effect. Since 2003, the water of the spa has been officially classified as medicinal water.

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