Grand Prix Winner CACIB Dog Show will be held in Budapest in Hungary on 02th June of 2023 organized by the Hungarian Kennel Club. The Crufts qualification can also be won at the exhibition, in all-breeds the most beautiful male and female, in young and in adult categories qualifies for the large-scale Crufts Dog Show to be held in 2024 years.
This show is the first exhibition of the event from 02 to 04 June 2023. During the 3 days, 5 dog shows and numerous club shows await for dog lovers. There will be opportunity to obtain a Special Hungarian Champion titles for those dogs, whose obtain 3 x CAC titles during the events of in the 2 x CACIB Shows (Grand Prix Winner and President Cup), in the CAC Show (President Cup) and/or in the club shows!
The venue of the exhibition:
Address: 1101 Budapest, Albertirsai út 10.
GPS coordinates: N47°29.587′, E19°7.294′
The program of the exhibition
From 07.30: Entry to the show area
10.00: Opening ceremony of the show, the beginning of judgements in rings
15.00: Best In Show, the detailed program:
- Child-dog pair competition – for handlers younger than 9 years old
- Competition of Junior Handlers I. and II. category – for handlers between the ages of 9-13 and 14-17
- Dog pairs competition – pairs of dogs of the same breed and owned by the same owner
- Competition of breeding groups – at least 3 but not more than 5 dogs of the same breed from one breeding, from at least two different fathers or two different mothers
- Baby BIS program – choosing of the most beautiful baby dog of the exhibition
- Puppy BIS program – choosing of the most beautiful puppy dog of the exhibition
- Veteran BIS program – choosing of the most beautiful veteran dog of the exhibition
- Chooosing of the most beautiful Hungarian breed
- Choosing the most beautiful of breeds not recognized by FCI
- Choosing of breed group winners – from FCI – I. group to FCI – X. group inclusive
- Junior BIS program – choosing of the most beautiful young dogs of the exhibition
- Choosing of BOS BIS – Best In Show of the most beautiful dogs of the opposite sex
- Best In Show – choosing of the most beautiful adult dogs of the exhibition
Attention Junior Handlers!
Informations to exhibitors
Deadline for entry of the Grand Prix Winner CACIB Show:
I. Entry deadlines: 20th February of 2023 – 20th March of 2023
I. Entry deadlines: 21th March of 2023 – 10th April of 2023
III. Entry deadlines:11th April of 2023 – 23th May of 2023
Special Champion rules in the Grand Prix Winner CACIB – President Cup CACIB and CAC – Club Shows – FCI 10 breeds European Dog Show weekend:
All Junior European Winners, European Winners and Veteran Winners automatically will get the Hungarian Champion title!
- If the dog will get 3 x “Very promising 1.” in minor puppy class during the 2023-es Budapest Grand Prix – President Cup CACIB – CAC and Clubshows weekend.
- OR if the dog is from 10 EDS breed, and will get on saturday the „Very promising 1.”
3 x Very Promissing I. = Hungarian Minor Puppy Grand Winner.
- If the dog will get 3 x “Very promising 1.” in puppy class during the 2023-es Budapest Grand Prix – President Cup CACIB – CAC and Clubshows weekend,
- OR if the dog is from 10 EDS breed, and will get on saturday the „Very promising 1.
3 x Very Promissing I. = Hungarian Puppy Grand Winner.
- If the dog will get 3 x “HPJ – Junior class winner” titles in junior class during the 2023-es Budapest Grand Prix – President Cup CACIB – CAC and Clubshows weekend,
- OR if the dog is from 10 EDS breed, and will get on saturday the „HPJ – Junior European winner”
3 x HPJ = Hungarian Junior Champion.
- If the dog will get 3 x “CAC – Class winner” titles in intermediate, open, working or champion class, during the 2023-es Budapest Grand Prix – President Cup CACIB – CAC and Clubshows weekend,
- OR if the dog is from 10 EDS breed, and will get on saturday the „CACIB – European Winner”.
3 x CAC = Hungarian Champion.
Attention! For breeds subject to working test, needed the issued FCI Working Test Certificate for the Hungária Champion title! Without this working trial, the dogs will get the Hungária Show Champion title!
- If the dog will get 3 x “CAC – Class winner” titles in veteran class, during the 2023-es Budapest Grand Prix – President Cup CACIB – CAC and Clubshows weekend,
- OR if the dog is from 10 EDS breed, and will get on saturday the „Veteran CAC – European Veteran Winner”.
3 x Veteran CAC = Hungarian Veteran Champion.
Grand Prix Winner CACIB Dog Show
The leader judge is Mr. Péter Harsányi from Hungary.
FCI – I. Group
Dr. Éva Sirkó (HU): Hungarian Shepherd Dogs
Timea Dezső (HU): Border Collie
Denis Kuzelj (SLO): Australian Shepherd, Australian Kelpie, Australian Cattle Dog, Bearded Collie, Collie, Old English Sheepdog, Shetland Sheepdog
Gerard Jipping (NL): South Russian Shepherd Dog, German Shepherd Dog, French Shepherd Dog, Belgian Shepherd Dogs, other dog breeds of group FCI – I.
FCI – II. Group
Péter Harsányi (HU): Central Asian Shepherd Dog, Shar-Pei
István Lakatos (HU): Caucasian Shepherd Dog
Vojislav Al Daghistani (SRB): Kangal
Enrico Drudi (SRM): Fila Brasileiro, Mastino Napoletano, Mastiff, Bullmastiff, Bordeaux-i Dog, Cane Corso
Ozan Belkis (TR): Tornjak, Tosa, Sarplaninac, Presa Canario, Russian Black Terrier
Milivoje Urosevic (SRB): Great Dane, Dobermann, Rottweiler, Boxer
Gabriela Ridarciková (SK): Schanuzers, Pinschers, Affenpinscher
Maria Clarice Silva de Oliveira (BR): Dogo Argentino, English Bulldog
Tibor Havelka (SK): NewFoundland, Landseer, Tibetan Mastiff, Leonberger, Hovawart, Bernese Mountain Dog, Pyrenean Mountain Dog, other dog breeds of group FCI – II.
FCI – III. Group
Bojan Matakovic (HR): American Staffordshire Terrier males
Billie Kellog Kneale (USA): American Staffordshire Terrier females
Christian Stefanescu (RO): Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier Miniature, Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Paula Heikkinen Lehkonen (SF): Short-legged Terriers, Yorkshire Terrier
Harry Lehkonen (SF): Long-legged Terriers
FCI – IV. Group
Jose Manuel Sastre Tequero (E): the complete group
FCI – V. Group
Edit Czifra (HU): Spitzes
Csilla Juhász (HU): Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Shiba Inu, Samoyes, Akita, American Akita
Csaba Zsolt Lokodi (RO): other dog breeds of group FCI – V.
FCI – VI. Group
Jozef Jursa (SK): Dalmatian, Beagle, Rhodesian Ridgeback
Lajos Holovitz (HU): Basset Hound, Transylvanian Hound, other dog breeds of group FCI – VI.
FCI – VII. Group
Ronny Blome (B): Setters, English Pointer, Weimaraner
Tatjana Urek (SLO): Hungarian Short-haired Pointer, Hungarian Wire-haired Pointer, German Short-haired Pointing Dog, German Wire-haired Pointing Dog, Continental Pointing Dogs
FCI – VIII. Group
Anita Bauman (HU): English Cocker Spaniel, German Spaniel, American Cocker Spaniel, Clumber Spaniel, English Springer Spaniel, Field Spaniel, Welsh Springer Spaniel, Kooikerhondje, Water Dog’s
Attila Czeglédi (HU): Golden Retriever, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Curly-Coated Retriever, Flat-Coated Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Chesapeake Bay Retriever
FCI – IX. Group
Connie H. Clarke (USA): Poodles, Papillon, Shih-Tzu
Szilvia Gróf (HU): Pug, Boston Terrier, French Bulldog, Pekingese, Tibetan Terrier, Tibetan Spaniel
Gyula Sárközy (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – IX.
FCI – X. Group
Katalin Kiss (HU): the complete group
Dog breeds not recognized by FCI.
Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU)
Best In Show judge list
Junior Handler I. – II. – III.
Borja Thovar (ESP)
Gyula Sárközy (HU)
Anita Bauman (HU)
Minor Puppy BIS:
Vojislav Al-Dhagistani (SRB)
István Lakatos (HU)
Lajos Holovitz (HU)
Hungarian Breeds’ BIS:
Dr. Éva Sirkó (HU)
FCI – I. Group:
Denis Kuzelj (SLO)
FCI – II. Group:
Enrico Drudi (SM)
FCI – III. Group:
Paula Heikkinen-Lehkonen (SF)
FCI – IV. Group:
Csaba Zsolt Lokodi (RO)
FCI – V. Group:
Gerard Jipping (NL)
FCI – VI. Group:
Ozan Belkis (TR)
FCI – VII. Group:
Jozef Jursa (SK)
FCI – VIII. Group:
Tibor Havelka (SK)
FCI – IX. Group:
Tatjana Urek (SLO)
FCI – X. Group:
Csilla Juhász (HU)
Maria Clarice Silva de Oliveira (BR)
Best In Show:
Cristian Stefanescu (RO)
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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Grand Prix Winner CACIB Dog Show
Entry deadlines and entry fees
c First entry Second entry Last entry
C C deadline deadline deadline
C from 20. 02. 2023 from 21. 03. 2023 from 11. 04. 2023
C to 20. 03. 2023 to 10. 04. 2023 to 23. 05. 2023
1st dog 45 € 55 € 60 €
Additional dog 40 € 50 € 60 €
Puppy, Veteran 25 € 30€ 35€
Progeny group 20€ 20€ 40€
Junior handler 20€ 20€ 40€
Reclassification fee: 20 EUR
Dog replacement fee: 20 EUR
Exhibition day replacement fee: 20 EUR
Price of the printed catalogue: 7 EUR
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 online, by post, emphasized shows and personally in the Hungarian Kennel Club office!
- 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!
For correct class entries, please use the date of showing to calculate the age of the dog.
Please, click to the text, or the “+” sign and open the box, where you will see the 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
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.
Based on the decision made at the meeting of the Hungarian Kennel Club Board of Directors on 12th December, 2018 it is possible to process certain administrative changes in duly justified cases as follows:
1. In case the injury or incidental death of the entered dog – which fact needs to be proved by a medical certificate –, the owner can initiate the change the dog for another dog owned by him, or else he can also request to use the entry fee for a later show to be organized by the same club.
2. When having a several day International show it is also possible to change the judging days in case the participant happen to have an unanticipated duty that cannot be postponed.
3. Change of class is only permitted upon the explicit appeal and request of the owner provided also the age of the dog allows it.
Please note the above mentioned administrative changes can be processed latest prior the final and published (but not the prolonged) entry deadline. All and any such request for change costs 10 EUR change. Requests and appeals should be sent to email@example.com
Administrative fees will be collected on the premises and on the date of Show. In this case the documents and start number of the concerned dog can be picked up at the Show Office prior the judging starts.
In case of bank transfer please use the following account number:
Name of the account holder:
Bank account number:
IBAN: HU79 1010 2086 0972 3300 0100 3301
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 forwaded to this e-mail address noted. Please fill in the „remarks” field in every case otherwise we cannot identify your payment.
Class change of a dog is only possible until the final entry deadline. The exchange’s fee between classes is 10 EUR/change.
Registration form coming soon!
Hofherr A. street. 38-40.
More informations on the official website of the organizers>>.
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More information about the exhibition can be requested at the following email address:
Grand Prix Winner CACIB Dog Show
Available Special titles
Junior Grand Prix Winner:
The title Junior Grand Prix Winner shall be awarded to the best junior dog and bitch provided that they have received qualification excellent 1. The distribution of this title (size, coat-type, colour etc.) is the same as of a CACIB Show.
Grand Prix Winner:
The title Grand Prix Winner shall be awarded to the dog and the bitch that are proposed for the CACIB and to the best dog and best bitch. The awarding of this title is irrespective of the entry for this particular breed. In the case of the provisionally accepted FCI breeds (without CACIB award), the Grand Prix Winner will be selected out of the Class winners (with an excellent 1. – CAC qualification) of the Intermediate, Open, Working and Champion class in each gender.
Veteran Grand Prix Winner:
The title Veteran Grand Prix Winner shall be awarded to the best veteran dog and bitch provided that they have received the qualification excellent 1. The distribution of this title (size, coat-type, colour etc.) is the same as a CACIB show.
City of the Grand Prix Winner CACIB Show
Budapest is the capital of Hungary, is a beautiful and exciting city, located in the heart of Europe often called as the “Little Paris of Middle Europe”.
Budapest is the historic political, cultural and financial capital of Hungary. With a metropolitan area population of about 1.7 million, comprising 20 percent of the country’s population, Budapest is Hungary’s most densely populated metropolitan area.
The city of Budapest was officially created on 17 November 1873 from a merger of the three neighboring cities of Pest, Buda and Óbuda. Smaller towns on the outskirts of the original city were amalgamated into Greater Budapest in 1950. The origins of Budapest can be traced to Celts who occupied the plains of Hungary in the 4th century BC. The area was later conquered by the Roman Empire, which established the fortress and town of Aquincum on the site of today’s Budapest around AD 100. The Romans were expelled in the 5th century by the Huns, who were challenged by various tribes during the next several centuries. The Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin started at the end of the 9th century, and the Kingdom of Hungary was established at the end of the 11th century. From around 1300 to the incorporation of 1873, Buda was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary for five periods of less than a century each.
The historical monuments and the diverse city quarters reflect the city’s own 1 000 years old culture and history, the Buda Castle with the ancient town district; the St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Parliament and the Chain Bridge are the symbols of it.
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Parliament buildingIt is the most expensive building ever built in Hungary. The building has 691 rooms, 10 courtyards, 27 gates and 29 staircases. It also houses a public library with 500.000 volumes. The walls from outside are decorated by the statues of the most important historical figures of Hungary. The building is it stretches along the Pest side of the Danube between the Chainbridge and Margaret Bridge. As a traveler in Budapest, the Parliament building is one of the sights of the city that you have to visit.
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In the Castle District are three churches, six museums, and a host of interesting buildings, streets and squares. The former Royal Palace is one of the symbols of Hungary – and has been the scene of battles and wars ever since the 13th century. Nowadays it houses two impressive museums and the National Széchenyi Library. The nearby Sándor Palace contains the offices and official residence of the President of Hungary.
The seven-hundred-year-old Matthias Church is one of the jewels of Budapest, it is in neo-Gothic style, decorated with coloured shingles and elegant pinnacles. Next to it is an equestrian statue of the first king of Hungary, King Saint Stephen, and behind that is the Fisherman’s Bastion, built in 1905 by the architect Frigyes Schulek, the Fishermen’s Bastions owes its name to the namesake corporation that during the Middle Ages was responsible of the defence of this part of ramparts, from where opens out a panoramic view of the whole city. Statues of the Turul, the mythical guardian bird of Hungary, can be found in both the Castle District and the Twelfth District.
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Budapest attracts around 12 million international tourists per year, making it a highly popular destination in Europe. The city was chosen as the Best European Destination of 2019, a major poll conducted by EBD, a tourism organisation partnering with the European Commission. EBD writes on their website about Budapest that “the pearl of the Danube is not only the best European destination, it is also one of the most beautiful and safest cities in the world. Budapest offers the elegance of Paris, the architectural heritage of Vienna, the charm of Porto, Stockholm’s gentle way of life.”
Take the time to admire the pearl of the Danube, this wonderful city, the attractive Budapest!
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