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Club de l'Epagneul Breton of the United States®

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Definitions

Field Trial Titles

• HUNT

A dog in the Gun Dog Class that earns three (3) passes (such passes being inclusive of Passes with Honor) in Gun Dog Class licensed field trials, shall be awarded the designated title HUNT.

• GUN

A dog in the Gun Dog Class that earns three (3) passes (such passes being inclusive of Passes with Honor), including at least one First Place or two Reserve Placements in Gun Dog Class licensed field trials, shall be awarded the designated title GUN.

• TRIALER

A dog in the Open Dog Class that has earned and been awarded a total of three (3) Passes (such passes being inclusive of any Passes with Honor) in the Open Dog Class; either one (1) of which must be a First Place in the Open Dog Class, or in the alternative, two (2) of which may be Reserve Placements in the Open Dog Class will be awarded the title of TRIALER, designated as "TR".

• CHAMPION OF THE FIELD

A dog that has earned and been awarded three (3) First Places in the Open Dog Class as specified herein will be awarded and designated as a CHAMPION OF THE FIELD (CHF).

• GRAND CHAMPION OF THE FIELD

A dog that has earned and been awarded five (5) First Places in the Open Dog Class in separate field trials as specified herein will be awarded and designated as a GRAND CHAMPION OF THE FIELD (GRCHF).

(Excerpts from the United Kennel Club's Pointing Dog Program, effective January 1, 2009)


Show Titles


Each dog is examined by the judge in a posed position and must also gait in a pattern to allow the judge to evaluate its efficiency of movement.

• NATIONAL BEST OF BREED

A dog winning the National Best of Breed award at a national Conclave Show.

• CHAMPION

Dogs must earn a minimum of 100 championship points, earn points under at least three different UKC licensed Judges, and win three Best Male/Female (or higher) classes with competition at three different shows under three different UKC licensed Judges.

• GRAND CHAMPION

Dogs must win the Champion class at least five times with competition and win the Champion class under at least three different UKC licensed Judges.

(Excerpts from the UKC Conformation Rulebook, effective  July 2013)