125-year MEOESZ Jubilee National 2 x CAC dog show will be held organized by the Hungarian Kennel Club 17th and 18th August of 2024 on Hortobágy, Hungary.

Venue: Hortobágy, Máta Major (Máta Manor), Equestrian Arena

GPS coordinates: 47,594539, 21,148698

Informations of exhibitors!

Dear Exhibitors!

In this show is being introduced a new class – the „Breeder and/or Owner class”, in this class you have to entry separately and the breeder and/or owner can show their dog and get a CAC title here as well. Detailed informations is after the list of judges.

Parking and entry to the exhibition are free for all exhibitors!

The programs of the 125-year MEOESZ Jubilee National 2 x CAC Dog Show Hortobágy:

17th August of 2024 – Saturday evening from 7:00 p.m.: Night CAC Dog Show I.

18th August of 2024 – Sunday evening from 7:00 p.m.: Night CAC Dog Show II.

Deadline for entry of 125-year MEOESZ Jubilee National 2 x CAC Dog Show Hortobágy:

I. Entry deadlines: 08th July of 2024 – 23th July of 2024
II. Entry deadlines: 24th July of 2024 – 05th August of 2024

125-year MEOESZ Jubilee National 2 x CAC Dog Show Hortobágy
Judge lists

The leader judge is Mr. László Erdős from Hungary.

FCI – I. Group

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

András Vinnai (HU): Hungarian Shepherd Dogs
Péter Muzslai (HU): English Shepherd Dogs
Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): Australian Shepherd Dogs, Miniature American Shepherd Dogs, other dog breeds of group FCI – I.

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Szilvia Gróf (HU): English Shepherd Dogs, Australian Shepherd Dogs, Miniature American Shepherd Dogs
Ildikó Muzslai (HU): Hungarian Shepherd Dogs, other dog breeds of group FCI – I.

FCI – II. Group

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Tamás Török (HU): Rottweiler, Boxer, Dobermann, Great Dane, Schnauzers, Pinschers
István Csépai (HU): English Bulldog, Swiss dog breeds, Russian dog breeds, Landseer, Saint Bernard, Leonberger, Hovawart, Pyrenean Mountain Dog, other dog breeds of group FCI – II.

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

László Erdős (HU): Schnauzers, Pinschers
András Vinnai (HU): Swiss dog breeds, Russian dog breeds, Landseer, Saint Bernard, Leonberger, Hovawart, Pyrenean Mountain Dog
Csaba Denk (HU): Boxer, Great Dane, Rottweiler, English Bulldog, other dog breeds of group FCI – II.

FCI – III. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Csaba Borsfai (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Szilvia Gróf (HU): the complete group

FCI – IV. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Rózsáné Dr. Várszegi Zsófia (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Csaba Borsfai (HU): the complete group

FCI – V. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

László Erdős (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

István Csépai (HU): the complete group

FCI – VI. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Csaba Borsfai (HU): the complete group

FCI – VII. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

András Vinnai (HU): Hungarian Pointing Dogs, German Pointing Dogs
István Csépai (HU): other dog breeds of group FCI – VII.

FCI – VIII. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Csaba Denk (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): the complete group

FCI – IX. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Szilvia Gróf (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

László Erdős (HU): the complete group

FCI – X. fajtacsoport

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Ildikó Muzslai (HU): the complete group

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh (HU): the complete group

Dog breeds not recognized by FCI.

17th August of 2024 – Saturday
Night CAC Show I.

Ildikó Muzslai (HU)

18h August of 2024 – Sunday
Night CAC Show II.

Csaba Borsfai (HU)

Dear Exhibitors!

The Hungarian Kennel Club will be introduces the class „Breeder and/or Owner” on its national show an experimental basis. This class is optional in addition to the traditional classes. In the „Breeder and/or Owner” class can be entered all dogs that have reached the age of 15 months. Those exhibitor, who is the owner or breeder of the dog, and who undertakes own self to show his/her dog may entry in the „Breeder and/or Owner” class. Thus the dog can be entered also in two classes for two entry fees. If you show your dog yourself, you can get 4 CAC titles during the 2 days of the show. In the „Breeder and/or Owner” class you must be entry separately.

The „Breeder and/or Owner” class will be judged after the breed winner judging. With the class win, the CAC title available also in the other classes will be obtain. The class winners dogs (CAC) in both sexes will be compared and the most beautiful one will be chosen, who will be competing for the „Breeder and/or Owner” Best in Show title in the Best In Show programme.

With one of the CAC titles at the Jubilee Night shows and 2 CAC titles of the 3 x CACIB show in Komárom can be obtain 125-year Jubilee Special Champion title.

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.

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125-year MEOESZ Jubilee National 2 x CAC Dog Show Hortobágy
Entry deadlines and entry fees

c                               First entry                  Second entry
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deadline                       deadline  
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            24. 07. 2024
ccccc             until 23. 07. 2024                05. 08. 2024


1st dog                    35 € / day                      35 € / day


Additional dog      30 € / day                      35 € / day


Minor Puppy,
Puppy, Veteran     20 € / day                      25 € / day


Breeder and/or
Owner class             30 € / day                      40 € / day
The 1st dog and
the additional
dogs


Entry on site:

Breeding group, Dog pairs          20 € / day


Junior handler                                 20 € / day


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

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!
  • 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!

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

Breeder and/or
Owner class                        From 15 months               FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree

125-year MEOESZ Jubilee Night Dog Show 1st day, 17th August – Saturday online-entry is available>>

125-year MEOESZ Jubilee Night Dog Show 1st day, 17th August – Saturday „Breeder and/or Owner class” online-entry is available>>

125-year MEOESZ Jubilee Night Dog Show 2th day, 18th August – Sunday online-entry is available>>

125-year MEOESZ Jubilee Night Dog Show 2th day, 18th August – Sunday „Breeder and/or Owner class” 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.

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

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

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.

More information about the dog show can be requested at the following email addresses:
kiallitas@kennelclub.hu or tibay.norbert@kennelclub.hu



The venue of the Night CAC Dog Shows is

the Hortobágy

The Hortobágy is a small landscape of Hungary, part of the Central Tisza region. It covers an area of 1,700 km2, mostly pasture (73.5%), meadow and marsh (2.7%), fish pond (3.1%), reed (1.5%), forest (1.5%), plough (4.2%), and the remaining 13.5% is so-called area removed from cultivation (settlement, road, canal).

Hortobágy – a source of livelihood for the 1520 people living here, and at the same time a national and international value!

Hortobágy is one of our earliest place names. The Hortobágy river is mentioned as Hortubaguize (Hortobágyvize) as early as 1009. The name of the settlement itself and the name of its estates appear only around 1067, by which time the settlement was already in decline.

The medieval settlements around Hortobágy (Papegyháza, Máta, Balmaz, Árkusd, Csécs, Derzsegyháza, Szabolcs, Zámmonostora) were depopulated in the 13th and 15th centuries due to the Mongol and Tatar devastation, the plague and the lack of food. The depopulated areas were taken over by the city of Debrecen. Extensive livestock farming was carried out, which allowed Hungarian grey cattle farming to flourish. They were aligned with important trade routes. One of these was the ‘salt road’, which led from the salt mines of Transylvania to Buda. Along the salt roads are still standing the inns built as resting places (Látóképi, Kadarcsi, Kishortobágyi, Nagyhortobágyi, Meggyes, Patkós, Kaparó).

At one time, bridges represented the possibility of crossing backwaters. The reviving commercial and road traffic necessitated the construction of a wooden bridge at the Máta ford. However, this was washed away by the flood, then several times burned down, which is why the Nine-hole bridge was built in 1833 according to the plans of Ferenc Povolny.

The Hortobágy was once an area overgrown with extremely lush vegetation, forests, and lots of reeds! However, from 1855, after the regulation of the Tisza, it dried up and turned into a different natural formation. The sheer is therefore at least as much the work of man as it is of nature.

After the turn of the century, the city of Debrecen and the farmers of Debrecen continued farming in a part of the Hortobágy steppe: the Debrecen-Hortobágy Hungarian breeding bull farm was established in Little-Álomzúg, in the Árpád colony was established the sheep farm, in Máta built the experimental irrigation plant and operated a pond farm. Independent state farms began to operate in 1949. A new village was built in a few years, which became administratively independent in 1966.

Hungary’s first national park, Hortobágy National Park, was established in 1973 and became a World Heritage Site in 1999. The most valuable specially protected areas are closed and cannot be visited! There are areas with limited access and finally free areas. The landscape is almost steady plain with its enchanting tranquillity.

The Nine-hole bridge, one of the most famous structures in Hortobágy, stands out from the wilderness. At 167.3 metres in lenght, it is the longest road stone bridge in Hungary, which was built in a classicist style based on the plans of Ferenc Povolny. The bridge built in 1833, is part of the World Heritage. Every year on 20 August, the famous Bridge Fair is held here, where you can choose from the handicraft portages of the old days.

The Great Inn of Hortobágy is a listed stressed monument, cultural and architectural heritage. The folk classicist building was built in the 18th century and is considered the most famous and largest Village Inn in the Great Plain and the oldest building in Hortobágy. The Great Inn’s menu offers authentic Lowland flavours and shepherd’s dishes, the greatness of which lies in its simplicity. The Great Inn has played a prominent role in the past. It was also a place for resting and dining. It also played an important role during the Bridge-fair, since after a well-concluded deal, they were able to toast the deal.

In the Shepherd Museum we can learn about the lives of shepherds who lived at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The museum building was originally built in the late 18th century. It originally functioned as a carriage station, where those just passing through, those coming to fairs and animals rested.. In 2023 it underwent a complete renovation, providing a modern exhibition space for the perpetuation of the pastoral culture. The renovation has restored the building to its original appearance, but the interior has been transformed into a fully 21st century, informative exhibition that meets all needs. The material on display gives an insight into the life of the pastoralists of yesteryear and the way in which animals were kept, in a way that will serve as a lesson for future generations. The visitor is given a complete picture of a shepherd’s year, from the spring drive to the autumn harvest.

The Hortobágy Wildlife Park opened its doors to the public a few years ago. It is a truly unique wildlife park, where you can see animals that have long disappeared or become extinct from the Carpathian Basin, but were once native to the wilderness. The wildlife of the ancient wilderness comes to life. In the wildlife park, you can see animals typical of the area: wolves, jackals, wild horses, vultures and pelicans. Here, young and old alike will find something to do. There is also an exhibition on the ancient wildlife of the wilderness, a gift shop and a buffet. In the Wildlife Park you can meet three large ungulate species: the Eurasian wild horse (Przewalski’s horse), the reconstructed ancestral elk (Heck’s cattle) and the wild ass. In the exhibition, you can learn about species that have long disappeared from the Hortobágy through objects in display cases and texts on panels.

Although the Hortobágy is also a nesting place for some really rare bird species, its international importance is primarily due to the massive presence of migratory birds, various species of geese, cranes and shorebirds that prefer shallower waters. During the autumn migration period, the number of individuals staying here at the same time can approach half a million.

The Hortobágy Halastavi Little Railway runs along the inner dam of the Öreg lakes. More than 300 species of birds have been observed in the area of ​​the fish ponds in the last nearly 50 years, so today it has become a popular destination for birders. The light rail takes you on a 5 km journey from the starting station. On the way, many attractions await visitors. Those with keen eyes can see the tiny but all the more beautiful kingfisher, large egrets, wild geese, and spoonbills. Leaving the train at the terminus, you can get a glimpse of the wildlife of the fish ponds with the help of lookout stations on a 460 m platform, conquering the heights and enjoying the exceptionally beautiful landscape. In autumn, thousands of cranes spend the night in Lake Kondás, located at the end of the light railway, and the sight of the cranes appearing at sunset is an unforgettable experience. It is also possible to see the crane procession on a light rail tour.

The Hortobágy, the sheer and stud-farm are related concepts, the stud-farm is a symbol of the sheer. With 270 horses, the Mátai Stud is today one of the most important horse breeding centers in Hungary. The farm of the breeding is to main task the Nonius breed and, in addition to this goal of gene preservation, to breed the Hungarian sport horse breed suitable for meeting modern sports and hobby needs.

The founding of the Mátá grazing stud, located not far from the village of Hortobágy, dates back to 1671. In the 1700s, the Debrecen horse herd already formed a joint stud, and then the growing stud was moved from the nearby Ohat wastelands to Máta in the 1880s. It was around this time that the nonius type became decisive. The nonius breed bred here is a breed with an unparalleled ability to work, calm temperament, and capable of long-lasting performance.

Hortobágy has been used for centuries for extensive livestock farming. In the only large grassy wasteland of Central and Western Europe, man living in harmony with nature has developed a specific system of animal husbandry, combined with unique methods and traditions. The living traditions of this strictly hierarchical pastoral society, and its specific built environment formed the basis for the title of World Heritage in the cultural landscape category.

If you have not yet been to the Hortobágy Horse Days, which attract thousands of visitors to the region, don’t miss this celebration of horses and equestrian sports! There is also an interactive exhibition on the history of the stud farm in the stud farm’s reception building.

Come and visit us too, the organizers are waiting for you!


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