CAC Dog Show will be held  18th June of 2023 on Hungary on Szerencs city. The venue of the show is Szerencs, the Rákóczi castle area.

Informations for exhibitors.

Map of the show

Dear Exhibitors! Only a limited number of cars can enter the castle garden. Free parking in the streets around the Castle and in the large parking lot on Béke Street opposite the main entrance.

Round assigment

Deadline for entry of CAC Dog Show Szerencs:

I. Entry deadlines: until 22th May of 2023
II. Entry deadlines: 23th May of 2023 – 09th June of 2023

CAC Dog Show Szerencs
Judge list

The leader judge is Dr. György Tesics from Hungary.

FCI – I. group

Krisztina László (HU): English Shepherd dogs, Australian Shepherd dogs
Ferenc Gröschl (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – I.

FCI – II. group

Erika Szokol (HU): Dobermann, Pinschers, Schnauzers, Rottweiler, English Bulldog, Leonberger
Ferenc Gröschl (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – II.

FCI – III. group

Anita Márkus (HU): Short-legged Terriers
Krisztina Tar (UA): other dog breeds of group FCI – III.

FCI – IV. group

Anita Márkus (HU): the complete group

FCI – V. group

Dr. György Tesics (HU): the complete group

FCI – VI. group

Krisztina Tar (UA): the complete group

FCI – VII. group

Krisztina Tar (UA): the complete group

FCI – VIII. group

Anita Márkus (HU): the complete group

FCI – IX. group

Ferenc Gröschl (HU): the complete group

FCI – X. group

Dr. György Tesics (HU): the complete group

Dog breeds not recognized by FCI.

Dr. György Tesics (HU)


 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 Dog Show Szerencs
Entry deadlines and entry fees

c                               First entry                  Second entry  
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deadline                       deadline  
           23. 05. 2023
ccccc             until 22. 05. 2023                09. 06. 2023 

1st dog                        35 €                                35 € 

2nd and 3rd dog       30 €                                30 €

Additional dog          28 €                                30 €

Minor Puppy,
Puppy, Veteran         20 €                                 20 €

Entry on site:

Breeding group, Dog pairs          20 €

Junior handler                                 20 €



  • 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!
  • Entries aived by fax and e-mail are not accepted.
  • The entry fee must be paid also in case of absence.

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 5 € / entry.

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 Dog Show Szerencs online-entry is available>>

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.

All information about the show can be viewed the Szerencs CAC official facebook site.

The city of CAC Dog Show is


Located in the county of Szerencs Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén at the intersection of trade routes, it is the commercial and cultural center of Taktaköz and the southern part of Hegyalja. The long-established Tokaj Hegyalja wine region can be reached through the town, hence the name „Hegyalja Gate”, for which a symbolic gate was also built, the so-called World Heritage Gate.

The history of the town is rich in authentic sources, according to finds from the New Stone Age and the Middle Ages, the area around the settlement was already inhabited in prehistoric times. In the 12th century, the Johannite order founded a monastery here. The first mention of Szerencs dates back to the 1420s. During this period, the city began to develop, and in 1490 it could already boast the status of a market town. Later, it became the property of the Rákóczi family, and from 1507 János Szapolyai was the lord of the locality. In 1583, Zsigmond Rákóczi received Szerencs Castle and the noble estate as a pledge from Emperor Rudolf, and in 1603 he also received the final deed of donation. Starting from the 18th century, the settlement began to develop, but this development stopped in the 19th century. In 1876, pursuant to the municipal law, Szerencs also lost its town rank. However, industrialization again promoted development. In 1889, the Szerencsi sugar factory was built, which was the largest sugar factory in Europe at the time. And in 1923, the Chocolate Factory also started operating. The II. After World War II, the city became the seat of the Szerencsi district. In the 1960s, development received a new impetus, the existing factories were modernized, the bread factory and the machine factory were built, and new schools were opened. In 1984, Szerencs regained city status. Thanks to a European Union regulation, the Sugar Factory was forced to close its doors permanently in 2008. In memory of the sugar factory, a Memorial Park was created in 2009 and the day of its closure was declared a day of remembrance.

One of the city’s most significant monuments is the Rákóczi Castle, which was first mentioned in 1247. Built at the end of the 16th century, the building is the youngest castle in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, and its history is inseparable from the town’s past. It was originally a Benedictine abbey, the buildings of which were transformed into a fortress in 1556.

Its owners in the 18th century rebuilt the castle into a baroque castle, and filled up its moats. Two princes were elected within its walls, István Bocskai as prince of Hungary, and Zsigmond Rákóczi was proclaimed prince of Transylvania. The beautiful Renaissance details of the castle are from his time. The castle was owned by the Rákóczi family between 1586 and 1711, with minor interruptions. In the 1950s, several institutions operated within its walls, but the condition of the building became more and more critical. That’s when the idea of ​​saving the castle and using it in a dignified way was born. Its archaeological excavation began in 1968, based on the plans of Ferenc Erdei, an architect born in Szerencs, between 1979 and 1991, the building was renovated and shaped into a late Renaissance style. The renovated castle was handed over to its intended purpose in the fall of 1991. Today, the complex functions partly as a hotel and partly as a cultural center.

The Zemplén Museum is also located in Rákóczi Castle. The basis of his local history collection is the private collection of a dentist from Szerencs, which contained thousands of postcards, ex libris, photos, books, ethnographic and local history items.

Today, the postcard collection consists of more than 900,000 pieces and it is currently the largest postcard collection in Hungary. The object collection of the Zemplén Museum is worth mentioning from the point of view of local history research of the settlement. The object collection consists of historical and ethnographic objects and works of art. Its permanent exhibitions include the history of postcards, Zsigmond Rákóczi and his time, and the history of the construction of Szerencs Castle.

The Roman Catholic Church, which was built in the middle of the 1700s in Baroque style and named after the Blessed Virgin Mary, is among the important buildings of the city, and the Greek Catholic Church, which was built at the end of the 1700s and has a six-story iconostasis in its triumphal arch. And the Reformed Church, which was built in the XIII. It was built in the 16th century and prince Zsigmond Rákóczi was buried here in 1608, his Renaissance sarcophagus can still be seen here.

The name of the city of fortune is intertwined with chocolate. There is hardly a person in the country who has not eaten chocolate produced by Szerencs. The Szerencsi Chocolate Factory really began to develop in the middle of the 1920s. In 1927, their best-known product, Boci chocolate, appeared on store shelves. And the „cat” cocoa, trademarked in 1928, was synonymous with the Szerencs factory for a long time. In the 1930s, candy, milk caramel, bonbons and desserts were already made, and cognac cherry and cat’s tongue soon became popular. After the nationalization in 1948, the company continued to operate under the name Szerencsi Chocolate Factory, then Szerencsi Édesipari Vállalat. The company was bought by the Swiss Nestlé in 1991. The Szerencs chocolate factory has been closed for many years, but under the patronage of Zsófia Koncz, it reopened its doors in recent years, and chocolate production started again with 130 employees.

The sugar museum located in the area of the sugar factory is a real specialty, which is also related to the previous one in terms of exhibits. With the help of documents, objects and photographs, we can follow the centuries-old history of sugar production in Szerencs, as well as the history of everyday life and holidays in the factory. The Szerencsi Sugar Museum is the third sugar museum in Europe after Berlin and Tulln.

„This small town has a historical aura and atmosphere that, in my opinion, is typical of very few settlements, and in my opinion, this beauty is also in the souls of the people and can be found there. This is a small town that has a human scale, and beauty can be measured not only in the eyes of the girls who grew up here or in the enthusiasm of the boys, but also in this certain spiritual content” – these kind words from former Mayor Ferenc Koncz, to whom had the city close to his heart.

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Hungarian Dog Show Calendar of 2023

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