Quick update about tomorrow’s Shows

From Dogs Victoria

URGENT Message to all Clubs on Sunday 30th October at Bulla Exhibition Centre:

Due to extreme rainfall Outdoor Exhibition Area 1 is no longer safe to run events on at Bulla Exhibition Centre. The ring layout and event start times have had to be revised to ensure shows can go ahead on the day and where possible clubs are able to be moved indoors.

The major changes to event start times to note are;

• Siberian Huskies moved to the Outdoor Tennis Courts to start at 9.00am as scheduled, Irish Wolfhounds to then run at 10.30am with the Siberian Huskies second show pushed back to 1pm start time

• English Setter start time pushed back from 10.30am to 3.00pm start on Outdoor Tennis Courts

• Non Sporting Dog Club to run as scheduled in outdoor car park in front of Chapel (facilities to assist setting up ring area)

• American Cocker Spaniel to condense show times where possible for second show to start at 12.00pm in Ring 3

• Gordon Setter start time pushed back from 12.30pm to 2.00pm start in Ring 3

• Irish Setter start time pushed back from 10.00am to 12.00pm start in Ring 2

• Clumber & Club Breton start time pushed back in Ring 2 to start from 2.30pm

• Vizsla & Flat Coated Retriever to run as scheduled in Ring 4

• Nova Scotia’s as scheduled in outdoor General Purpose area

Please note the best has been done to accommodate all clubs to be able to run their show indoors, we apologize for any inconveniences caused however want to ensure shows are able to go ahead and not be cancelled. Please share around with members as you can to ensure communication reaches all exhibitors involved in showing tomorrow at Bulla.

We thank everyone in advance for their patience and understanding in these extreme weather circumstances and ask everyone to work together to make the day a success.

Rings layout

Good afternoon guys here is the ring layout for this weekend Championship and Open shows being held at Bulla Exhibition Centre. Not only us there but our friends at the English Setter Association of Victoria and the Irish Setter Club of Victoria will also be holding their shows at the same place. This will be a great chance to see three of the four setters in action