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Pieterburen, Netherlands
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FCI Centenary Show Dortmund
May 5th, 2011 at 8:26pm
Tomorrow starts the first of the three shows in 2011 to celebrate the 100 year existence of the FCI.

This is the FCI Centenary show in Dortmund, Germany, a three day event, held back to back with the regular VDH Europasiegershow.

At the FCI Centenary Show the Chows will be judged by Jack Trick (Jowtrix, UK).

It will be a very early wake up for me -- as I suppose for many more exhibitors: the doors open at 7 o'clock, the judging starts at 9 o'clock. Chows will start at 9 o'clock. 44 Chows are entered.

My trip will take about 4 to 4.5 hours driving and I want to be at the door at 7.
I really look forward to this special event.

It is rare that at such an event a breed specialist is invited.
Most times at these FCI shows the breeding appointments seem to be very political (when you invite me here then I invite you back for the next event) with disregard of the interest of the people who 'make' the show, the exhibitors, who prefer expertise judging.

But I was most happy to see that the VDH (the German Kennel Club) had another idea for the Chow this time.

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