Calculation of Prizes

Prizes given out at ASCA sanctioned Stockdog Trial Weekends

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WEWASC Yearend Stockdog Merit Prizes, Yearend Farm Trial Merit Prizes  

Yearend High Combined Prizes

General Rules
Registration

Aussies need to be ASCA registered

Trials

Only scores from trials sanctioned through WEWASC e.V. will be counted for the yearend awards

Members

Dogs owners need to be WEWASC e.V. members in order to get a yearend award.

Dogs owners do not need to be WEWASC e.V. members in order to get the weekend prizes

Calculation of a bonus for the different courses

Courses A and B will not be given a bonus.

Course H will get a bonus of 5 % on top of the combined calculation from the 5 (3) scores.

Courses C, D, E, F, G will get a bonus of 10 % on top of the combined calculation from the 5 (3) scores.

This rule is valid for all High Combined calculations. 

Prizes given out at ASCA sanctioned Stockdog Trial Weekends

Ribbons for Placings 1- 4 (blue, red, yellow and white), qualifying and non qualifying scores count;  Australian Shepherds and Other Breeds not separated.

Qualifying scores ribbons (green).

Rosettes for the following, each trial day and for each judge separately. Aussies and other breeds separated:

High In Trial Started

High In Trial Open

High In Trial Advanced

High In Trial Other Breed

High In Trial Other Breed Started

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Rosettes for the whole weekend (does not mean only Sat/Sun, means the whole trial), all trials and judges combined. Aussies and other breeds separated.

High Combined Started All Weekend

High Combined Non WTCH All Weekend

High Combined WTCH All Weekend

High Combined Other Breed All Weekend

High Combined Other Breed Started All Weekend

Only qualifying scores will be counted for these prizes. FEO runs do not count.

High Combined calculation

At a trial weekend with 2 judges, at least one of altogether 5 scores / 3 scores (see below) needs to come from the second judge. That means, should the 5 / 3 highest scores come from only one judge, the lowest score from this judge will be replaced with the highest score from the other judge.

Prizes are also given out when there is only one contestant in the class.

No Combined prize is given out, when there is only one class of stock.

According to ASCA rules they are counted as Other Breed if not registered with ASCA.

High In Trial Prizes

The highest qualifying score out of the trial in the divisions started, open, advanced, other breed started and other breed.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts:

The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time counts.

Calculation for High Combined Started All Weekend

Trials, where 5 qualifying scores are possible:

The 5 highest qualifying scores from an Australian Shepherd out of the Started Division only, from at least 2different stock classes.

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are not possible:

The 3 highest qualifying scores from an Australian Shepherd out of the Started Division only, from at least 2different stock classes.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts: The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time of all 5 (3) runs together counts.

Calculation for High Combined Non WTCH All Weekend

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are possible:

The 5 highest qualifying scores out of any division from an Australian Shepherd that was not a WTCH when the Trial was entered, from at least 2 different stock classes.

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are not possible:

The 3 highest qualifying scores out of any division, from an Australian Shepherd that was not a WTCH when the Trial was entered, from at least 2 different stock classes.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts: The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time of all 5 (3) runs together counts.

Calculation for High Combined WTCH All Weekend
Trials, where 5 qualifying score are possible:

The 5 highest qualifying scores out of the advanced division from an Australian Shepherd that was a WTCH  already when entering the trial, from at least 2 different stock classes.

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are not possible:

The 3 highest qualifying scores out of the advanced division from an Australian Shepherd that was a WTCH  already when entering the trial, from at least 2 different stock classes.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts: The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time of all 5 (3) runs together counts.

Note:

Contestants in WEWASC e.V. stockdog trials, who achieved the title “WTCH” at any ASCA sanctioned stockdog trial weekend, cannot be in the calculation for High Combined Non WTCH at any following WEWASC e.V. trial weekend. 

Calculation for High Combined Other Breed  Started All Weekend

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are possible:

The 5 highest qualifying scores out the started division only, from at least 2 different stock classes.

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are not possible:

The 3 highest qualifying scores out of the started division only, from at least 2 different stock classes.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts: The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time of all 5 (3) runs together counts.

Calculation for High Combined Other Breed  All Weekend

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are possible:

The 5 highest qualifying scores out of any division, from at least 2 different stock classes.

Trials, where 5 qualifying score are not possible:

The 3 highest qualifying scores out of any division, from at least 2 different stock classes.

If there is a tie, the following rule counts: The bigger stock counts more than the smaller. If there is still a tie, the shorter time of all 5 (3) runs together counts.

WEWASC Yearend Prizes

General Rules
  • The owner of the dog needs to be WEWASC e.V. member.
  • Calculation period is Jan 1st – Dec 31 of each year
  • When becoming a new member until Sept. 30, all results from the current year from the WEWASC e.V. trials will be counted.
  • If there is a tie in the Stockdog and Farmtrial Merit calculation, both dogs will get the prize

WEWASC Yearend Stockdog Merit

Calculation
  • 5 qualifying scores from at least 2 different judges per class and division will be counted 
  • Also dogs with less than 5 scores will be added tot he calculation, but the scores need to come from at least 2 different judges

Prizes Australian Shepherds:
  • First placings get a ribbon and a 25 € voucher for a run in a WEWASC e.V. trial 
  •    There will be an advertisement in the Aussie Times for all classes and divisions, placings 1.-3. 
  • A certificate from WEWASC e.V. for he placings 1.-4. 

Prizes Other Breed Dogs:
  • First placings get a ribbon and a 25 € voucher for a run in a WEWASC e.V. trial 
  • A certificate from WEWASC e.V. fort he placings 1.-4. 

WEWASC Yearend Farm Trial Merit
Australian Shepherds & Other Breed Dogs

Calculation
  • 2 qualifying scores from at least 2 different judges per class and division will be counted 
Prizes
  • First placings get a ribbon and a 25 € voucher for a run in a WEWASC e.V. trial 
  • A certificate from WEWASC e.V. fort he placings 1.-4. 

New from 2021 on:

WEWASC Yearend High Combined Prizes

In order to make the participation in WEWASC e.V. stockdog trials AND becoming a WEWASC e.V. member even more attractive, we will give out 3 additional prizes, from the trial year 2021 on:

„WEWASC High Combined Started Stockdog (Year)”

„WEWASC High Combined Open Stockdog (Year)”

„WEWASC High Combined Advanced Stockdog (Year)”

Calculation
  • 5 qualifying scores from at least 2 different judges will be counted in each division (started, open and advanced) in the sheep/goats and ducks/geese class, 3 qualifying scores from at least 2 different judges will be counted in each division (started, open and advanced) in the cattle class; the 3 cattle scores will count 1,5 times; plus one score from any farm trial division. 
    That adds to a total of 14 scores that will be counted for the yearend calculation in each division.
  • If there is a tie, the following rule counts: the higher cattle score out of the 3 combined cattle scores (see above) will get the prize.
Prizes
  • Each winner will get a buckle
  • There will be an advertisement in the Aussie Times for the 3 winners 
    each year