The American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
Junior Showmanship Programs


 The American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club would like to thank all Cavalier Juniors for all the hard work and dedication that you put into working with our wonderful breed. The primary goal of the program is to promote and encourage juniors to participate in the sport of American Kennel Club purebred dog events with Cavaliers, as well as to become active in the ACKCSC.


In 2014, the ACKCSC created four new scholarships/stipends for our Cavalier Junior Handlers. This is something new for our club. We hope it will help reward Cavalier Junior Handlers academic achievements and maintain their enthusiastic interest in the sport of purebred dogs. The first will help our Cavalier Junior Handlers outside of dog shows in higher education.  The other three recognize and support our Cavalier Junior Handlers achievements in the Junior Showmanship ring.

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ACKCSC Program Highlights:


College Scholarship: A $1000 scholarship, awarded each year to deserving candidates. Jr. must complete all necessary paperwork and receive ACKCSC Board approval before scholarship is awarded.
Scholarship Form

Westminster Kennel Club Stipend: A $500 stipend is available to any junior that successfully gains an invitation to, and competes in, the Junior Showmanship Competition at the Westminster Kennel Club Show with a Cavalier. Jr. must complete all necessary paperwork and receive ACKCSC Board approval before Stipend is awarded.
Westminster Stipend Form

AKC/Eukanuba National Show Stipend: A $250 stipend is available to any junior that successfully gains an invitation to, and competes in, the Junior Showmanship Competition at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship Dog Show with a Cavalier. Jr.must complete all necessary paperwork and receive ACKCSC Board approval before Stipend is awarded.
AKC/Eukanuba Stipend Form
   
ACKCSC National Specialty Stipend A $100 stipend is available to any Junior that meets the requirements. Jr. must compete in the Junior Showmanship Competition at the ACKCSC National Specialty, complete all necessary paperwork and receive ACKCSC Board approval before Stipend is awarded.
ACKCSC National Specialty Stipend Form

 

And there’s more!

  • Top 10 Awards: An ACKCSC Rosette and certificate be presented to The Top 10 Cavalier Jrs (ACKCSC Statistics) each year at the National Specialty.

  • No entry fees for Junior Showmanship classes at the ACKCSC National Specialty Show.

  • Junior Seminar All are welcome to attend with their Cavalier during National week. This fun and educational event gives Juniors the opportunity to learn and connect with other Cavalier Juniors from around the country.

  • Help the Charitable Trust: Juniors can help with the Charitable Trust Auction & Banquet and meet our members and guests.

Top Ten Juniors

Each year, the ACKCSC recognizes the Top Ten Cavalier Junior Handlers. Awardees are determined by AKC Statistics. All recipients in attendance are presented a Red, White and Blue Rosette with the Junior’s and dog’s name on it, by our President, Patty Kanan in the show ring, immediately preceding Best of Breed. Check here monthly to see the standings!

January 1st, 2015 -
August 31, 2015

1. Matthew Zuleger (92)
2. Malynn Johns (76)
3. Ashley Barnes (37)
4. Sofie Salmon (27)
5. Emma Moon (20)
6. Kara Klaus (17)
7. Jacquelyn Owens (12)
8. Taylor Scott (11)
9. Julia Caldwell (10)
10. Keileigh Fleser (7)

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