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Notice of NBTC(A) Biennial AGM -

  • Date:           20 April 2019 
  • Location:     Bill Spilstead Complex  - 44 Lundeham Rd Orchard Hills
  • Time:          TBA

Submission of nominations for NBTC(A) President and Secretary to the NBTC(A) by 20 January 2019

Submissions of NOM (business) for agenda to the NBTC(A) by 20 January 2019

NBTC(A) Biennial AGM agenda distributed to the Member Clubs by 19 February 2019


October 2018

Inter variety breeding program policy is due to be reviewed by the National Breed Standards Coordination Group in where they have been advised by the NBTC (A) that its Affiliated Clubs by majority, have voted in favour of the motion to allow the inter variety breeding program to become indefinite.

The National Breed Standards Coordination Group will submit this in their Annual report to the ANKC board in October 2018.

Member Clubs will be informed of the outcome when the information comes to hand.

 


Notices of Motions                                Closing date 11 January 2019

Motion (1) from BTCV
 
That the ROM rules 4.g, 4.g.1 and 4.g.2 be amended to
 
4.         Judges
 
g.          Criteria for Australian Specialist Judges to be placed on the ROM list are as follows:
 
            1.         ANKC Championship Show approved judges who are current breeders of Bull Terriers and or Bull Terrier Miniatures with a demonstrable involvement in the breed/s over a period of not less than ten years.
 
2.         ANKC Championship Show approved judges who, although not current breeders, have bred or owned Bull Terrier and or Bull Terrier Miniatures for not less than ten years and retain close association with the breed/s and have demonstrated an abiding interest and close recent involvement with the breed/s.
 
Rationale: To remove the ambiguity of the current wording which reads ANKC approved  judges  and fails to distinguish between Championship and trainee judges.
 
 
Motion (2) from BTCV


"That as per NBTC(A) Constitution rule 4.8, all the authority emanates from the member clubs in relation to any matter before the NBTC(A)” 

 

Rationale: Parts of the ROM rules are ambiguous and until they’re revised the NBTC(A) Executive should not be undertaking the decision making.

Example - ROM Rule 3.a. Clubs requiring ROM status for more than one Open Show per year must apply to the NBTCA Secretary in writing before advertising the show as a ROM Show.

Clubs are to apply to the NBTC(A) Secretary but does not state what is the approval process.

Given that there is only two NBTC(A) executives, what happens when they don’t agree?

 

Motion (3) from BTCV

 

 

“That ROM Rule 2 be amended to read

 

ALLOCATION OF POINTS

a.        A Bull Terrier/Bull Terrier (Miniature) must obtain seven (7) points to be granted the ROM Certificate.  At least one three (3) point award and at least one two (2) point award as  defined in rule 2c.1, 2, 3 ,4  or 5 are to be included.  The other points may be taken from 2.56.  Points must be obtained under separate judges.

b.        All points must be gained at an event of an affiliated Club. i.e. a club that is registered with  a State/Territory Canine Control.

c.        Points are allocated as follows:

1.       Bull Terrier NBTC(A) Member Club Championship Shows

                                           i.      Three (3) points may be awarded to the Challenge Dog/Bitch.

                                           ii.      Two (2) points may be awarded to the Reserve Challenge Dog/Bitch.

2.       Bull Terrier NBTC(A) Member Club Open Shows (one per year)  (See 3a)

                                            i.      Three (3) points may be awarded for Best Dog/Bitch.

                                            ii.      Two (2) points may be awarded for Reserve Best Dog/Bitch.

3.       NBTC(A) Member Club Speciality Shows

                                            i.      Three (3) points may be awarded for Best Dog/Bitch.

                                            ii.      Two (2) points may be awarded for Reserve Best Dog/Bitch.

4.       Bi-ennial Trophy Shows

                                             i.      Three (3) points may be awarded for the Ormandy Box winning Dog/Bitch.

                                            ii.      Two (2) points may be awarded for the Souperlative Box winning Dog/Bitch.

                                            iii.      Three (3) points may be awarded for the Sebastian Trophy winning Dog/Bitch.

                                            iv.     Two (2) points may be awarded for the Sangaree Trophy winning Dog/Bitch.

  NB:      The best dog/bitch receives a maximum of three (3) points

5.       National Championship Specialty Shows

                                             i.      Three (3) points may be awarded to the Challenge Dog/Bitch.

                                             ii.      Two (2) points may be awarded to the Reserve Challenge Dog/Bitch.

6.       All Breed Shows

                                             i.      Two (2) points may be awarded to the Challenge Dog/Bitch at an All

                                    Breeds Championship Show.

                                             ii.      One (1) point may be awarded to the Reserve Challenge Dog/Bitch at an

                                     All Breeds Championship Show.

  

Rationale:

Given that the controlling bodies are more flexible with breed clubs holding additional sanctioned shows, the ROM rules should be updated to reflect this.

Motion (4) from BTCV

 

“That the ROM Rules be revised and modified by a sub-committee made up of NBTC(A) member club delegates and submitted to member clubs to be approved.”

 

Rationale: There are some areas of the ROM rules that require updating due to ambiguity around process.

 


 

 

 

Contact Details

Dr Chevaun Haseldine
PO Box 402 McLaren Vale 5171, SA, Australia
Email : austbullterriers@gmail.com