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1 Royalty Court New York State Grand Finals and Convention September 29 & 30, 2018

2 Show Catalog Index Welcome Note/Deadlines Page 3 Show Committee/Officers Page 4 Judges and Registrars/Sanctioned Breeds Page 5 Entry Information Rabbits Page 6 Entry Information Cavies Page 7 Announcements Page 8 Youth Royalty Contest/Information Page 9 17 Rabbit Hopping Competition Page 18 Specialty Show Information Page ARBA Information Page 21 Rabbit Entry Form Page 23 Cavy Entry Form Page 24 Specialty Show Entry Form Page 25 Vendor Registration Form Page 26 Hotels/Motels Page 27 Directions to the Show Page 28 Specialty Club Info and Vendor Page 29 2

3 Welcome to the NYS Grand Finals and Convention The New York State Rabbit & Cavy Breeder s Association would like to welcome you to our annual Grand Finals and Convention. This is an exciting time, here in New York. Taking place in beautiful Syracuse, New York this show capitalizes on the wonders of autumn in our incredible state. The weather is cool, crisp, and perfect for rabbits. Also, the show is easily located off the major highways with plenty of hotels, dining, and things to do. Later in the catalog, you will see our youth events. These are a great way for youth to practice for ARBA convention, hone their skills, and see if they have an interest in rabbits beyond just showing and raising. Kaitlyn Smith has worked very hard to put these events together, and in previous years they have been incredibly popular. This year, we will be using the cattle barn at the fairgrounds once again. This is a massive building, with plenty of space for people, tables, their rabbits, vendors, and other events. Feel free to bring your chairs, and signs. This show only happens each year because of the volunteers who give up their precious and limited time. We are proud of what we ve accomplished here in New York. We hope you ll join us, and see what we have to offer at our local state convention. We re a short drive for all of the northeast. As always, we ll take any volunteers we can get! Please contact Debbie Vecchio at if you d like to help! Best Wishes, NYR&CBA Deadlines: These are FIRM 9/1/2018 Applications to Youth Chair for Royalty 9/17/2018 Entries Due 9/17/2018 NYRCBA Specialty Entries Due 9/24/2018 Changes to entries cutoff 09/28/2018 3:00 PM - Showroom Opens 7:00 PM - Youth Event Begins 7:00 PM - Delegate Meeting 09/29/2018 6:30 AM Showroom Opens 8:00 AM Judging starts Open, Youth & Cavy 5:00 PM Showroom Closes 6:00 PM Cocktail Hour at Host Hotel 09/30/2018 8:00AM Youth, Open, Specialty, Cavy judging begins THIS IS A FULL WEEKEND TRIPLE SHOW. ALL RABBITS MUST BE IN LEAK PROOF CARRY CAGES. NO COOPING WILL BE AVAILABLE. 3

4 General Chairperson, Asst. Show Secretary, Debbie Vecchio Show Secretary: Venita Ackley 422 Kipp Road, Parish, NY (315) Cavy Secretary: Sandy Carpenter 3202 Haskins Road, Blossvale, NY (315) Show Superintendent: Corey Hayes Dan Kipp - Assistant Show Superintendent Outreach, Website: Barb Downing Youth Committee Chair: Kaitlyn Smith Awards Chairperson: Ted McBride Show Catalog: Jennifer Burr 2018 NYR&CBA Show Committee 2018 NYR&CBA Officers Corey Hayes President Jean Smith - Vice President Debbie Vecchio - Secretary/Treasurer Judy Blodgett - Sweepstakes Recorder Suzette Rundle - Youth Scholarship/Roger Cota Awards Chairperson & Cavy Sweepstakes Recorder Kaitlyn Smith Youth Committee Chairperson Barb Downing - Outreach & Web Page Coordinator Jack Bailey Constitution Committee Ted McBride Awards Committee 4

5 All shows in this catalog are NYR&CBA sanctioned. If you are a member of a NYS All-Breed Club the Saturday AM show for both Open and Youth will count as DOUBLE Sweepstakes Points! Judges & Registrars Bill Bramble [NJ] Bonnie Burdick [TN] Wade Burkhalter [NJ] Joel Marshall [IL] Paul Kyle [PA] Kattie Reilly [OH] Don Sheets [VA] Rebecca Coombs [NY] Reg. Rob Frizzel [MD] Mike Mageles [MA] Nicole Bortz [OH] Kyle Yaccobucci [NY] Joe Colucci [OH] Piper Smith [PA] Kevin Stanford [AZ] [Kevin Schenck NY] Reg. Sanctioned Rabbit Breeds & Cavies *Denotes Open & Youth Angora* American Fuzzy Lop* Britannia Petites Champagne D Argent Crème D Argent English Lop* Flemish Giant* French Lop* Havana* Holland Lop* Lionheads* Mini Rex* Netherland Dwarf* Polish* Rhinelanders* Silver* Silver Marten Thrianta American Sables American Chin Argente Bruns Californian Cinnamon* Dutch* English Spot Florida White* Harlequin* Himalayan* Jersey Wooly* Mini Lop* Mini Satin* New Zealand* Rex* Satin* Silver Fox* Tan* Cavies Dwarf Hotots ** If you wish to sanction a breed, contact Venita no later than September 1 st, 2018 ** 5

6 Entry Information - Rabbits Send all Open & Youth Entries to: Venita Ackley 422 Kipp Road Parish, NY (315) All fees can be made in one check payable to: NYR&CBA SNAIL MAIL AND ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17 th, 2018 Entry fee is $4.00 per animal per show. Fur entries are $2.00 per animal per show. ALL FEES ARE IN AMERICAN CURRENCY. CANADIAN FRIENDS: You are being offered a reduced rate of $3.00 per entry, payable in AMERICAN CASH. No checks accepted in order to receive this discount! CHANGES ONLY will be allowed through Monday September 24 Th, 2018 Anything entered after this date will be charged day-of-show at $6.00 per animal. No exceptions! If you do not show after ing your entry you are still responsible for fees. Changes on the day of show in the same breed, sex and class will be charged $2.00 per change. Day of Show entries require an entry form to be filled out for each breed being shown per show. If you would like remark cards you may get them from the Show Secretary 6

7 Entry Information Cavies Send all Open & Youth Entries to: Sandy Carpenter 3202 Haskins Road Blossvale, NY (315) All fees can be made in one check payable to: NYR&CBA SNAIL MAIL AND ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17 th, 2018 Entry fee is $4.00 per animal per show. Fur entries are $2.00 per animal per show. ALL FEES ARE IN AMERICAN CURRENCY. CANADIAN FRIENDS: You are being offered a reduced rate of $3.00 per entry, payable in AMERICAN CASH. No checks accepted in order to receive this discount! CHANGES ONLY will be allowed through Monday September 24 th, 2018 Anything entered after this date will be charged day-of-show at $6.00 per animal. No exceptions! If you do not show after ing your entry you are still responsible for fees. Changes on the day of show in the same breed, sex and class will be charged $2.00 per change. Day of Show entries require an entry form to be filled out for each breed being shown per show. Cavy Judges: Saturday - George Long (PA), Sheila Schwartz-Zych (NY) Sunday Kelly Hensen (MI) Don t forget to check our State Raffle Table!! New Items donated from all 29 NYS Clubs!! Rogers Kids Basket Raffle will be set up at the show. Some great Baskets donated by clubs to help benefit kids attending convention. More information on applying can be found on our web page. NYRCBA.Com 7

8 Announcements The New York State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association would like to put together a basket for the 2018 ARBA National Convention in West Springfield, Massachusetts. To do this, we need your help. Please bring something that is significant to you, your rabbits, or your community to be placed in the NYRCBA basket. Putting together the basket will be Jennifer Burr, if you don t know who she is, or where she is, swing by the show secretary table to find out! In recent years, the New York State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association has seen an increase in entries at the Grand Finals show. For this reason and space limitations there will be NO POTLUCKS THIS YEAR! Any potlucks set up within the building will be asked to be removed. Please plan accordingly there will be a food vendor present at the show. All vendors must fill out registration form (see attached at end of catalog) and mail with payment to Corey Hayes by August 31st. No selling without registering. A Rabbit/Cavy Silent Raffle will be held on Saturday to benefit our Youth Scholarship. Each year 2- $ Scholarships are awarded to selected Youth breeders to help them with college expenses. We are able to do this by holding fund raisers such as this. Quality, pedigreed animals (No DQ s please) are donated by reputable breeders. Our Chairperson for this event is Rebecca Coombe. If you would like to donate animals to this worthy cause Rebecca can be contacted at 8

9 New York State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association Youth Royalty Contest ATTENTION ALL YOUTH!! Changes have been made at the discretion of the Youth Chairman in the attempt to make these contests more consistent with and in order to better prepare the youth of New York State for the ARBA Royalty Competitions held at Convention every year. Rules for 2018: 1 All youth participating in the Royalty Contest MUST send in their application to the Youth Chairman no later than September 1 st by 11:59 pm in order to participate in the contest. 2 If a youth chooses to participate in the Royalty contest they must complete the following competitions: Breed ID, Judging / Showmanship (depending on age category), Written Test and Interview. If a participant fails to complete ALL categories or to filling out the application prior to the dead line, they will not be able to compete for Royalty titles but can compete as an individual. 3 There will be a Management Contest available for any youth who is interested in participating in it. The rules on how this contest works is depicted on the application form. 4 The contest will be run Friday night through Saturday mid-afternoon. All youth who are participating must be checked in and ready to compete by 7 pm Friday night. If participants have a time constraint to meet this check in time they should contact the Youth Chairman immediately to discuss. 5 This year during the competition there will be new rules and regulations that will be explained in a brief meeting at Grand Finals before the competitions start on Friday night, which all youth are required to attend. **** Also Volunteers to help run the Royalty contest are desperately needed to insure the contest runs successfully as well as on time. If interested in volunteering, please contact Kaitlyn Smith. Your time would be very much appreciated! 9

10 New York Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association Youth Contest Schedule Royalty, Skillathon or Management Contest applications Due September 1 st by 11:59pm to the Youth Chairman Education Contest Entry form due September 14 th 11:59pm to the Youth Chairman Friday, September 28 th All Contests begin at 7:00pm Contests held on Friday for Royalty, Skillathon or Individual include: Showmanship Breed ID Judging Interview Contests held on Saturday, September 29 th incudes: Written Test beginning at 8:00 am and ending at 12:00pm. All youth intending to compete in Royalty or Skillathon and or wish to complete the written test as an Individual must complete the written test with in this time frame on Saturday. Results will be announced for the competitions before Best In Show on Saturday. 10

11 New York State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association Youth Competitions Fact Sheet 2018 Management Contest Purpose for Participating The Management Contest is meant as an opportunity for youth who are passionate about our hobby to display their knowledge of housing & equipment, feeding & animal care, disease control, record keeping, as well as breeding & genetics. RULES 1. Any NYRCBA youth member is eligible to compete. Attendance at Grand Finals is not necessary. 2. Applications are to be composed and completed by the contestant. 3. Up to seven pages and less than 5500 words, printed on one side only, may be submitted by the applicant. 4. Include your name at the top of each page of information submitted. 5. If entering online, you may upload you application. If entering by mail, you must send your Contest Entry Form and ONE copy of your answers! 6. Entry deadline for application is September 1 st 11:59pm. Entrees may be mailed to the NYRCBA Youth Chairman or uploaded as a PDF file and ed as an attachment to the Youth Chairman. Any additional questions about the contests should be brought to the attention of the Youth Chairman Royalty Contest Application Purpose for Participation The Royalty Contest as well as Individual Education knowledge contests are meant to not only be a platform in which youth can display their skills and knowledge on the hobby but also meant to challenge the youth who participate to strive for their own personal goal of excellence. It is an opportunity for the youth to test their knowledge and expand upon it. The youth who participate in these contests are the pride of the New York State Association as well as ARBA. The youth who choose to participate in these contests in addition to the contests themselves are held with great respect and honor. RULES: 1. Any NYSRCA youth member is eligible to compete, however, attendance at the Grand Finals is required. 2. Applications are to be composed and completed by the contestant. 3. Up to five pages and less than 4500 words, printed on one side only, may be submitted by the applicant. 4. Include your name at the top of each page of information submitted. 5. If entering online, you may upload you application. If entering by mail, you must send your Contest Entry Form and ONE COPY of your answers. 6. Entry deadline for application is September 1 st 11:59pm. Entrees may be mailed to the NYRCBA Youth Chairman or uploaded as a PDF file and ed as an attachment to the Youth Chairman. Any additional questions about the contests should be brought to the attention of the Youth Chairman Scoring All areas of this contest will be evaluated and scored to be consistent with the methods used by ARBA to score Youth Royalty Contests: Final Scores for the Royalty Contests will be the sum of the scores for each of the five components of the contest. The components are: Application (200 points), Written Examination (200 points), Oral Interview (200 points), Breed Identification(200 points), and the age-appropriate Individual Contest(200 points). Late entries will be accepted up to 2 weeks after application deadline is due. However, for every day late, the application will receive a 10 pnt deduction up to 140 pnts. After 2 weeks, applications will no longer be accepted. 11

12 Skillathon Competition Purpose The Royalty Contest as well as Individual Education knowledge contests are meant to not only be a platform in which youth can display their skills and knowledge on the hobby but also meant to challenge the youth who participate to strive for their own personal goal of excellence. It is an opportunity for the youth to test their knowledge and expand upon it. The youth who choose to participate in these contests in addition to the contests themselves are held with great respect and honor. RULES 1. Any ARBA youth member is eligible to compete, however, attendance at the Grand Finals is required. 2. Applications are to be composed and completed by the contestant. Skillaton contestants will use the same application as the Royalty Contest and participate in corresponding age groups. 3. Up to five pages and less than 4500 words, printed on one side only, may be submitted by the applicant. 4. Include your name at the top of each page of information submitted. 5. If entering online, you may upload you application. If entering by mail, you must send your Contest Entry Form and ONE COPY of your answers. 6. Entry deadline for application is September 23 rd 11:59pm. Entrees may be mailed to the NYRCBA Youth Chairman or uploaded as a PDF file and ed as an attachment to the Youth Chairman. Any additional questions about the contests should be brought to the attention of the Youth Chairman Scoring All areas of this contest will be evaluated and scored to be consistent with the methods used by ARBA to score Youth Royalty Contests: Final Scores for the Royalty Contests will be the sum of the scores for each of the five components of the contest. The components are: Application (200 points), Written Examination (200 points), Oral Interview(200 points), Breed Identification(200 points), and the age-appropriate Individual Contest(200 points). Education Contest Information Purpose for Participation To acknowledge excellence among ARBA youth membership who create exhibits that show some aspect of the rabbit or cavy industry. Rules 1. Any NYRCBA youth member is eligible to compete. 2. Exhibits are to be either informational or promotional of either rabbits or cavies, or include a rabbit or cavy as part of their main design. 3. Attendance at Grand Finals is not necessary. However, arrangements for transportation are the responsibility of the youth. 4. Each entry must be the work of the contestant and must have been completed in the 12 months prior to the NYSRCBA Grand Finals show. Whenever possible, label exhibits on the back and or bottom with the exhibitor s name, town, and age. 5. Deadline for all Education Contest items is September 14 th 11:59 pm. Exhibitors only need to fill out and or mail in the entry form below. (The purpose of the deadline is so proper accommodations for display area and judging can be made, if space allows entries after deadline may be accepted) 6. The contest will be broken up in three categories; Jr Ages 5-9 years, Intermediate Ages yrs., and Sr Ages years. Ages are as of the Friday of Grand Finals. 12

13 New York State Rabbit & Cavy Association Royalty Contest Application Purpose for Participation The Royalty Contest as well as Individual Education knowledge contests are meant to not only be a platform in which youth can display their skills and knowledge on the hobby but also meant to challenge the youth who participate to strive for their own personal goal of excellence. It is an opportunity for the youth to test their knowledge and expand upon it. The youth who participate in these contests are the pride of the New York State Association as well as ARBA. The youth who choose to participate in these contests in addition to the contests themselves are held with great respect and honor. RULES 1. Any NYSRCA youth member is eligible to compete, however, attendance at the Grand Finals is required. 2. Applications are to be composed and completed by the contestant. 3. Up to five pages and less than 4500 words, printed on one side only, may be submitted by the applicant. 4. Include your name at the top of each page of information submitted. 5. If entering online, you may upload you application. If entering by mail, you must send your Contest Entry Form and ONE COPY of your answers. 6. Entry deadline for application is September 1 st 11:59pm. Entrees may be mailed to the NYRCBA Youth Chairman or uploaded as a PDF file and ed as an attachment to the Youth Chairman. Any additional questions about the contests should be brought to the attention of the Youth Chairman Name: Age: Address: Please circle the category you are participating in: Boys Girls King (Ages 15-18) Queen (Ages 15-18) Duke (Ages 12-14) Duchess (Ages 12-14) Prince (Ages 9-11) Princess (Ages 9-11) Lord Ages (5-8) Lady (Ages 5-8 ) Skillathon: Sr. Skillathon (Age: 15-18) Jr. Skillathon (Age: 12-14) Intermediate Skillathon (Age: 9-11) Novice Skillathon (Age: 5-8) Would you like to request assistance of a proctor to help with reading or writing during the competition process? Yes No 13

14 Please answer the following questions as thoroughly as possible and to the best of your ability. 1. How many consecutive years have you been a NYSRCBA Member? 2. How and when did you get started in your rabbit/cavy project? 3. Who were the individuals who helped you the most throughout your project to date? 4. List all rabbit/cavy related organizations you are a part of as well as how many years you have been part of the organization. 5. What offices or committees have you served on in the State or Local rabbit/cavy club(s)? 6. Name the breed(s) you raise and how many animals you have in each breed. 7. If you have raised other breeds in the past please list them as well as the reasons you no longer raise them. 8. What have you done to promote your breed(s) as well as make others aware of your project? 9. How do you keep your records? 10. Describe the kinds of records you keep. 11. What are your goals for this project? 12. Describe the housing your animals are kept in. 13. Describe the everyday care you do for your animals, including feeding practices. 14. List all outstanding awards you and/or your animals have earned in the duration of your project. 15. How do you think your project will help you in the future? 16. Is there anything else you would like us to know that we have not already asked? Please describe any additional information you would like to share. All areas of this contest will be evaluated and scored to be consistent with the methods used by ARBA to score Youth Royalty Contests: Final Scores for the Royalty Contests will be the sum of the scores for each of the five components of the contest. The components are: Application (200 points), Written Examination (200 points), Oral Interview (200 points), Breed Identification (200 points), and the age-appropriate Individual Contest (200 points). Late Applications will be accepted up until one week late but will receive a 10 point penalty for every day late. 14

15 New York Rabbit & Cavy Breeder s Association Management Contest Purpose for Participating The Management Contest is meant as an opportunity for youth who are passionate about our hobby to display their knowledge of housing & equipment, feeding & animal care, disease control, record keeping, as well as breeding & genetics. RULES 1. Any NYRCBA youth member is eligible to compete. Attendance at Grand Finals is not necessary. 2. Applications are to be composed and completed by the contestant. 3. Up to seven pages and less than 5500 words, printed on one side only, may be submitted by the applicant. 4. Include your name at the top of each page of information submitted. 5. If entering online, you may upload you application. If entering by mail, you must send your Contest Entry Form and ONE copy of your answers! 6. Entry deadline for application is September 1 st 11:59pm. Entrees may be mailed to the NYRCBA Youth Chairman or uploaded as a PDF file and ed as an attachment to the Youth Chairman. Any additional questions about the contests should be brought to the attention of the Youth Chairman Name: Age (as of the Friday of Grand Finals) Please circle the categories you will be participating in below: Jr: 9-13 years Sr years address: Please answer the following questions honestly and to the best of your ability: 1. When did you join NYRCBA? 2. Name the breed(s) you raise, how many animals you have in each breed and why you raise these breed(s). 3. What kind of shelter do you provide your rabbits? 4. Describe in detail your cages as well as the number of cages you own. 5. What material is your cages made out of? 6. How do you manage the temperature and ventilation in your shelter? 7. What equipment do you use to feed and water your rabbits? 8. What kind of feed do you give your rabbits? Include the amount, why you feed this particular brand as well as any supplements you might add to their daily ration and why 9. Describe any other equipment used for the care of the animals in your project. 10. Describe how you determine how and when you breed your rabbits. How do you keep track of your breeding records? 11. Describe in detail how you care for a doe and litter. Also include when and how you wean the young. 12. How many litters did you have born last year? 13. How do you cull your rabbits? What do you do with your culls once they are chosen? 14. How do you determine whether you need to purchase a new rabbit to introduce into your program? How often have you done this in the past year? 15. In the time you have participated in the hobby, have you had any diseases that have affected your program? If so, how did you rectify the situation? Also, how would you try to prevent an outbreak of disease from occurring in your rabbitry? 16. In detail describe the types of records you keep on your project. 17. Has your rabbit project shown a profit or loss in the past year? If it has shown a loss how could you change your program to decrease your loss? If it has shown a profit, in your opinion what about your program has provided you with this profit? 15

16 New York State Rabbit & Cavy Breeders Association Education Contest Information Purpose for Participation To acknowledge excellence among ARBA youth membership who create exhibits that show some aspect of the rabbit or cavy industry. Rules 1. Any NYRCBA youth member is eligible to compete. 2. Exhibits are to be either informational or promotional of either rabbits or cavies, or include a rabbit or cavy as part of their main design. 3. Attendance at Grand Finals is not necessary. However, arrangements for transportation are the responsibility of the youth. 4. Each entry must be the work of the contestant and must have been completed in the 12 months prior to the NYSRCBA Grand Finals show. Whenever possible, label exhibits on the back and or bottom with the exhibitor s name, town, and age. 5. Deadline for all Education Contest items is September 14 th 11:59 pm. Exhibitors only need to fill out and or mail in the entry form below. (The purpose of the deadline is so proper accommodations for display area and judging can be made, if space allows entries after deadline may be accepted) 6. The contest will be broken up in three categories; Jr Ages 5-9 years, Intermediate Ages yrs., and Sr Ages years. Ages are as of the Friday of Grand Finals. Entry Form: Name: Town: Age as of the Friday of Grand Finals: Please Circle the category you will be competing in: Jr. 5-9 Years Intermediate years Sr years Class: Section Class: Section Class: Section Class: Section Class: Section Class: Section 16

17 Classes 1. Art Division Framing, with or without glass, and or an easel to display is optional. A. Drawing B. Painting C. Sculpture or Carving 2. Crafts Division Display to best suit the item clearly and easily visible. Small items may be fastened to a display board or in a display box for protection. A. Ceramics or Pottery B. Handmade Jewelry C. Clothing (Made by Exhibitor) D. Needlework E. Puppet or Stuffed Animal F. Stenciled Item G. Wearable Art H. Any Other Craft 3. Creative Writing Division Exhibit in a protective report cover or clear plastic sleeve for protection. Exhibited at convention. A. Poem B. Short Story 4. Educational Division A. Display Mounted on a self supporting display board with items arranged for viewing in front. The display board should provide information regarding the item (s) on display. B. Game C. Poster Overall Size should be 22 x28 mounted on a stiff backing. 5. Photography Division Photos no smaller than 4 x6 or Larger than 11 x 14, printed horizontally or vertically, mounted for display. Framing, with or without glass, and or an easel to display is optional. A. Single Photo Black & White B. Single Photo-Color C. Photo series Three to six pictures mounted together to tell a story or convey an idea. 6. Woodworking and Metalworking Division A. Decorative B. Rabbit or Cavy Equipment 17

18 RABBIT HOPPING COMPETITION! Sunday September 30, 2018 Entry Fee: $4 per rabbit day of show. See Barbara Downing to sign up. Rules AHARC Guidelines will be followed. Visit Ear tattoo required to register your rabbit. Runs will start around 10am Sunday. Rabbits must have H style harness. A supply of harnesses will be for sale. Awards Special award for top placement in each class. Least amount of faults and quickest time wins. Everyone receives a participation award. Classes Straight Course - Beginner A, Beginner B, Straight Course - Intermediate and Advanced High Jump (Classes will be available only if 3 or more sign up) NEW THIS YEAR PARTICIPATION CLASSES! Select a rabbit provided by the Outreach Committee. Pay entry fee of $4. Run your rabbit with the rest and receive a participation award! (Note - Participation classes cannot compete for Best Runner awards but provide a way to learn and have fun.) 18

19 Specialty Shows NYS Satin / Mini Satin (Open and Youth) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 21 st, 2018 to: Logan Manning: Vincent Road, Chaumont, NY Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit / $2.00 Fur / $6.00 Day of Show Entry BOB Trophy BOS - Trophy NORTHEAST REX CLUB SPECIALTY SHOW Judge: TBA Entries must be ed by September 26 th, Entries: Cinnamon Marchione Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit /10 or more entries 3.00 per rabbit/ $5.00 Day of Show Entry Royal Crown Holland Lop Specialty Club Judges: TBD DOUBLE HOLLAND SPECIALITY HOLLANDS SHOW FIVE TIMES! Friday Specialty: Open Only Any youth wishing to enter may do so at a discounted entry fee of $3/rabbit if you pre enter or $3.50/rabbit for entries received after September 26 th Sunday Specialty: Open and Youth Please make entry fee check payable to: RCHLSC ed pre-entries must be in by September 26 th, to: Rheana Lund $4.50 per rabbit * entries preferred* All entries received after September 26 th will be $6.00 per rabbit. Empire Region Polish Rabbit Club (Open and Youth) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked by September 26 th, 2018 to: Theresa Uciechowski: 737 Thunder Hill Rs, Woodbourne, NY Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit / $6.00 Day of Show Entry Awards for Best In Show & Reserve In Show 19

20 New York Netherland Dwarf (Open and Youth) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 21 st, 2018 to: Dawn Plokhooy: 3882 Banyon Dr., Danielsville, PA $3.50 each pre-entered. Day of Show $5.00 each. Ear change same sex, class, variety - Day of Show $1.00 each Make Checks payable to NYNDRC. Best Of Breed, Best Opposite, Best Jr. & Group Level awards, and Special Awards New York State Lop Rabbit Club ENGLISH & FRENCH LOP (Open and Youth) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 21 st, 2018 to: Jennifer Burr: 30 Morey Road, West Monroe, NY Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit / $2.00 Fur / $6.00 Day of Show Entry BOB Rosette BOS - Rosette NYR&CBA Mini Rex (Open and Youth) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 17 th, 2018 to: Venita Ackley: 422 Kipp Road, Parish, NY Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit / $2.00 Fur / $6.00 Day of Show Entry BOB Trophy BOS - Trophy NYR&CBA Flemish Giant Friday Night! (Open Only) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 17 th, 2018 to: Venita Ackley: 422 Kipp Road, Parish, NY Entry Fee - $4.00 per rabbit / $2.00 Fur / $6.00 Day of Show Entry BOB Trophy BOS - Trophy 20

21 Northeast Regional Britannia Petite Specialty Club - (Open Only) Judge: Bonnie Burdick Pre-Entry Fees - $4.00, Late / Day-of-Entry $6.00 Send all entries by September 21 st to: Jamie Damoth P.O. Box 6 Romulus, NY 14541, Make all checks payable to "CLARCC". All entries should in US funds Credit Card payments will be accepted at check-in. PayPal payments may be sent to (Please include your name w/ payment) North East Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club (Open Only) Judge: TBD Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 21 st, 2018 to: Lisa Flick: 8338 Parker Hill Road, Dansville, NY Pre Entry Fee - $3.00 per rabbit Day of Show Fee - $5.00 per rabbit BOB Trophy BOS - Trophy Jersey Wooly (Open Only) Judge: TBD SATURDAY AFTERNOON SPECIALTY Michelle Landis 3051/2 N 3 rd St Perkzsie, PA $4.00 Per rabbit Entries must be postmarked or ed by September 26 th, 2018 Mid Atlantic Mini Lop Club Open and Youth shows Specialty Shows Saturday and Sunday! Three shows of Mini Lops Saturday and two on Sunday! Show Secretary Brandy Burroughs-Dunn 4811 Goose Creek Drive Salisbury MD Members: $3.50/rabbit Non-members $4/rabbit Pre-entries due by Wednesday September 26 th at 10pm Day of show $5 21

22 OFFICIAL ARBA SANCTIONED OPEN & YOUTH SHOWS Eric Stewart, Executive Director PO Box 5667, BLOOMINGTON, IL Sanction Fee: $25.00 Open, $20.00 Youth Dues: Adult-$20 per year, $50 for 3 years. Youth $12.00 per year, $30 for 3 years Husband/Wife-$30 per year, $75 for 3 years, Family $30 per year $5 each youth member ARBA Website: The 95 th ARBA Convention will be held October 27 31, 2018 in West Springfield, Massachusetts SWEEPSTAKES AWARDS AND YOUTH ROYALTY Due to the convention being in District 7 this year we will NOT be holding our annual banquet at the hotel. Instead, after the close of the show on Saturday, the Top 5 All Breed and Youth Awards (Rabbit and Cavy) will be announced as well as our Person of the Year, and the winners from our Youth Contest. You will be allowed to pick up your awards on Saturday afternoon or Sunday. If you know you re getting an award and will not be able to make the show, please have someone pick up the award for you. Thank you. 22

23 2018 NYR&CBA STATE CONVENTION RABBIT SHOW ENTRY FORM Exhibitor Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Telephone: All entry fees are $4.00 per animal per show. Fur entry fee is $2.00 per animal per show. Day of Show entry is $6.00 per animal per show. Entries must be postmarked by September 17 th, 2018 to: Venita Ackley Kipp Road - Parish, NY Or by make checks payable to NYR&CBA OPEN Check Here To Enter YOUTH Check Here To Enter Saturday AM Saturday AM Saturday PM Saturday PM Sunday AM Sunday AM Ear # Breed Variety Class/Sex Fur Fee Total Entry Fees $ Number of Shows Entered - X Total $ 23

24 2018 NYR&CBA STATE CONVENTION CAVY ENTRY FORM Exhibitor Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Telephone: All entry fees are $4.00 per animal per show. Day of Show entry is $6.00 per animal per show. Entries must be postmarked by September 17 th, 2018 to: Sandy Carpenter 3202 Haskins Road Blossvale, NY 13308(315) Please make checks payable to NYR&CBA OPEN Saturday AM Saturday PM Check Here To Enter Tag # Breed Variety Class/Sex Fur Fee Total Entry Fees $ Number of Shows Entered - X Total $ 24

25 OPTIONAL SPECIALTY SHOW ENTRY FORM Exhibitor Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Telephone: Please refer to the show catalog for entry fees and entry deadline information for your Breed Specialty Show. Direct all questions, entries and payments to the contact person indicated for your Breed Specialty Show. Your Breed Specialty Show may require a specific entry form. This generic entry form is provided as a courtesy and is not intended to replace entry forms designated by your Breed Specialty Show. PLEASE Specify Which Breed Specialty Show This Entry Form Is Intended For: Breed: Open: Youth: [if applicable] Ear # Breed Variety Class/Sex Fur Fee Total Entry Fees $ Make copies of this form if you require more room and/or more entries. Thank You! 25

26 2018 NYS Grand Finals - Vendor Registration Form Deadline: August 31, 2018 Dates you need booth space for (Select One) Saturday Sunday Both Rates: $50/day or $75/weekend Number of Booth Spaces Needed: Total amount enclosed: Payment is due at the time paperwork is submitted. Checks are to be made payable to NYRCBA Please note that the convention committee will make final booth assignments. Vendor locations are subject to change. Vendor Information Company/Business Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Type of product or service: NYS Tax ID# Please note: A NYS Tax ID number is needed in order to sell products in New York State. Proof of this number needs to be presented at time of booth set up. If proof is not shown, the vendor will be asked to not set up. Comments/Special Requests: Please remit payment and complete applications, with checks payable to NYRCBA) to Corey Hayes 4763 Bear Path Road, Munnsville, NY DEADLINE August 31, 2018 CANCELLATION POLICY: If you need to cancel for any reason, the following will apply. A full refund will be granted if cancelled before August 31, A 50% refund will be granted if cancelled before September 22, If cancelled after September 22, 2018 NO REFUND WILL BE GRANTED Miscellaneous Information: Booth spaces are 12 x 12 No tables or chairs will be provided. Vendors need to supply their own There will be absolutely NO sales allowed in the Parking Lot No food sales are to be done from a Vendor Booth (candy bar sales to help fundraise for a club show will be permitted) Club Booths please contact Corey Hayes If there are any questions or concerns please contact Corey Hayes

27 Motels ~Host Hotel~ Clarion Inn Fairgrounds Located just 5 minutes from fairgrounds! Full Restaurant / Pool & Lounge Phone (315) Tell them you are with the NYR&CBA Show! $71.00/Night 2 Dbl. Beds. Rabbits/Cavies in Rooms $25.00 Fee Reserve Early Subject To Availability! Located just 5 minutes from fairgrounds! Holiday Inn Express 6946 Winchell Road, Warners, NY Phone (315) WANT TO BRING YOUR CAMPER? Camper hookups are available on the NYS Fairgrounds with advance notice. There is a fee of $30.00 per night for full hookup. Make your checks payable to NYR&CBA and send along with your entry fees. Please write your car/truck and camper license plate numbers on your check for identification purposes. 27

28 Directions to the Show Smartphone QR barcode Location From Rochester/Buffalo and points West take the NYS Thruway [I-90] East to Exit 39 follow the signs to the NYS Fairgrounds. From Utica/Albany and points East take the NYS Thruway [I-90] West to Exit 39 follow the signs to the NYS Fairgrounds - - OR - - take the NYS Thruway [I-90] West to Exit 34A then Rt 481 South to Rte. 690 West and follow the signs to the NYS Fairgrounds. From all points North or South take I-81 to Syracuse and the Rte. 690 West to the NYS Fairgrounds NYS Fairgrounds Telephone Numbers (800) 475- FAIR / (315) Address for GPS navigation: 581 State Fair Blvd. Syracuse, NY

29 National Specialty Club Information All national specialty club information is available at 29

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