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Heelwork to Music Excellent Award

In 2009 it was announced that the Kennel Club will be issuing certificates for those dogs gaining their Heelwork to Music Excellent Awards. Competitors must keep records of qualifying points in the dog's Heelwork to Music Record Book. A copy of the completed book should be sent to the Awards section. Once achieved you may enter your dog at Competitions with the relevant graded title.

Regulation Amendments

The Kennel Club has announced that it will now be issuing certificates for those dogs gaining their Heelwork to Music Excellent Awards, on application.

To gain a Heelwork to Music Excellent Award the dog must have attained the following:

  • Starters          14 points in Starters including at least one first place
  • Novice            16 points in Novice including at least one first place
  • Intermediate   20 points in Intermediate including at least one first place
  • Advanced        24 points in Advanced including at least one first place

The following points will be awarded in all Kennel Club standard classes:

  • First place                 10 points
  • Second place             6 points
  • Third place                4 points
  • Fourth place              2 points

The following excellent awards can be obtained:

  • Heelwork to Music:     HTM St Ex, HTM N Ex, HTM I Ex, HTM A Ex.
  • Freestyle:                 FS St Ex, FS N Ex, FS I Ex, FS A Ex.

Excellent Awards can be applied for using points accrued since 1st January 2007, the date at which the points progression and Excellent Awards came into effect.

Competitors wishing to claim the award should send a copy of their HTM Record Book to the Awards Department at the Kennel Club with a letter of application. However, it is recommended that a copy be retained.

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