For Show Officials and Exhibitors

Below List of Patronage Shows Confirmed for 2021

Table 2021

Society Status Show Date 2021 Week Number Patronage Secretary Telephone Venue Judge 1 Judge 2 Judge 3 Judge 4 Judge 5 Judge 6
L&SCBS S&RV Area S&RV 25/07/2021 29 J Al Nasser 01787 282332 Northiam G Carter I Standley        
Somerset BS Gold 01/08/2021 30 R J Allen 07596 606607 Bridgewater T Terheege A Terheege R Watts B Greenway J Attwood  
North West Leicestershire BS Silver 08/08/2021 31 R Clarke 01536 791132 Markfield P Reaney M Widdowson A Michael R Carson    
Bristol BS Gold 08/08/2021 31 A B Greenway 0759 6606607 Bristol P Smith R Fern R Francis S Cox A Thorpe  
Southend & District BS Silver 08/08/2021 31 J Al Nasser 01787 282332 Hawkwell G Barton B Hutt T Gee      
Northamptonshire BS Silver 22/08/2021 33 R Clarke 01536 791132 Bugbrooke M Chapman K Leedham B Greenway      
Hastings BS Silver 22/08/2021 33 P Ulyatt 07715 967442 Northiam Village Hall B Hutt A Thorpe G Carter      
Gwynedd BS Platinum 05/09/2021 35 R Hughes 01248 671909 Llandudno College Landudno B Hutt G Findlay D Critchlow G Moore G Tuplin K Brockwell
Mid Essex B.S. Gold 12/09/2021 36 K Eckersall 07495 559203 Blackmore Village Hall, Blackmore A Edden G Williams D Cotterell G Barton F Wright  
NBS Area 18/09/2021 37 D Harrison 07932 801990 Bowburn TBC TBC TBC      
Bury St Edmunds Budgie Fanciers Silver 25/09/2021 38 J Al Nasser 01787 282332 Great Blackenham, near Ipswich R M Simpson N Beevers R. Pearce      
*The Specialist & Rare Variety Show BS S&RV 09/10/2021 40 J Al Nasser 01787 282332 Bugbrooke N Beevers N Johnson G Moore T Gee    
Gainsborough CBS Bronze 16/10/2021 41 D J Paine 01427 611415 Gainsborough S Wildes D G Bowley        
L&SCBS Area 17/10/2021 41 J Al Nasser 01787 282332 Smallfield M Holland S Holland P Reaney B Scott    
Ollerton & Bevercotes CBS Silver 17/10/2021 41 R Clarke 01536 791132 Ollerton D Cairns I Clarke        
MBA 2020 Area 2020 Young Stock Show 23/10/2021 42 R Clarke 01536791132 Markfield K Leedham T Gee        
WBS AREA 2020 Young Stock Show Area 2020 Young Stock Show 24/10/2021 42 R Francis 01639 770296 Swansea G Bowley G Warren        
WBS YSS Rosette 24/10/2021 42 R Francis 01639 770296 Swansea G Bowley G Warren        
MBA S&RV Gold S & RV 24/10/2021 42 R Clarke 01536 791132 Markfield I Ainley G Al-Nasser J Al-Nasser      
L & S C B S Area 2020 Young Stock Show 07/11/2021 44 Mrs J Al-Nasser 01787 282332 Smallfield R M Simpson Mrs B Hutt        
Oxford & Dist 1910 CBS Rosette 13/11/2021 45 J Cox 01865 433924 Oxford A Brooks        

Patronage Administrator Notes:

Patronage Applications sent for 2020 will be honoured , but please print out the application from for 2021 to update details ( Dates, Judges, Venues No stamps or donations required.

Please send Application forms to:-

Patronage Administrator:-  R M Simpson  22 Homefield Avenue  Morley  Leeds LS27 0DX 

email: budgieron@virginmedia.com

Please Note
All Applications will be recorded has confirmed , I will call the society Patronage Person six weeks prior to show date to check if show going a head (Covid-19 and Avian Flu rules allow)

Best Practices – Show Manager

Running a show is team work and at all times you, as the show manager, will need to establish a good working relationship with other officials of the show team. Other officers who may join you on this team are the show secretary, patronage secretary, treasurer, staging manager, publicity officer, fund raising officer, bio-security officer, sales officer, trophy officer (if any) and others depending on the size of the show.

Before the morning of the show, certain duties will have been carried out in the months prior to the show; but it is still your duty to ensure that they have been acted upon. Teamwork and a good line of communication are of paramount importance in running any event.

Before the show (for some tasks many months before) you will need to ensure that:

  • hall has been booked
  • judges booked
  • patronage applied for
  • DEFRA has been notified and a vet has been booked on a standby basis
  • Public Liability Insurance obtained
  • schedules printed and sent to past exhibitors and judges
  • publicity has been carried out to promote the show
  • accommodation for the judges booked if required
  • catalogues have been printed
  • catering for the day has been sorted out
  • staging has been brought to the show hall, erected and numbered
  • chief stewards have been booked
  • all bio-security materials are available
  • all relevant patronage and show office paper work is ready for each judge
  • all relevant equipment like photocopier/PC are ready when judging commences

Of course other officers will have carried out some of the above tasks, but you will need to ensure that they have been carried out and all the results are available on the day.

Remember that, on the day, the show falls on your shoulders and you need to run the event efficiently.

On the morning of the show:

  • ensure you have sufficient stewards to do the bio security on the birds entered
  • ensure you have sufficient booking in & staging stewards
  • ensure judging stands are located in good well-lit areas and all have the bio security measures available
  • ensure you brief your chief stewards and stewards on how to carry out their duties when judging commences including staging layout
  • ensure stewards carry no more than four cages at a time, do not place cages facing each other, on the floor, or stack them on top of each other
  • welcome your judges and subsidiary judges on arrival and escort them to an isolated area away from the birds and stewards. Ensure that they have refreshments and are well looked after
  • at the closing time for acceptance of birds, if there are still exhibitors who have not turned up, phone them (always best to have a space on the entry form for home and mobile telephone numbers) to ascertain if they are coming and have been held up or if they are not coming at all
  • allow a few extra minutes before closing as you do not wish to delay the show but at the same time you do not wish to turn late exhibitors away. A fine line
  • when ready for the start of judging ensure that the show office has provided the necessary paper work & bio security measures for each judge
  • introduce your chief stewards to their respective judges/subsidiary judges and ask them to escort them to their allocated judging stands
  • ensure you direct your judges and chief stewards to judge the specialist varieties first before the main stream colours so that specialist societies patronage can be allocated
  • ensure to liaise with the catering staff on when to have your mid morning refreshments ready
  • ensure that judges are working at the desired speed to finish the complete task by the agreed lunch time with the catering staff
  • ensure that you have sufficient space and stewards for the “holding” area for all colour dots birds and first class winners for the sections judging
  • ensure that judges are filling in the small box on the cage label for the colour rundown order while they are judging (the same applies to the section rundown later on)

When all the judges have completed judging the colours you will now be in the position to judge for the major specials.

Ensure that your stewards have placed all the same colour dot birds on separate judging stands then invite your judges (including your subsidiary judges) to judge for the major specials.

At Bronze and Silver Championship Patronage Shows there are 5 major specials that must be judged in the following order:

  1. Best in Show all Red colour dots
  2. Best Any Age all Orange colour dots (if the BIS was not an adult bird)
  3. Best Any Age Opposite Sex all Yellow (and some Orange) colour dots (all same sex)
  4. Best Young Bird all Blue colour dots (if the BIS was not a young bird)
  5. Best Y/Bird Opposite Sex all Green (and some Blue) colour dots (all same sex)

At Gold and Area Championship Patronage Shows there are 5 major specials that must be judged in the following order:

  1. Best Any Age all Red colour dots
  2. Best Any Age Opposite Sex all Yellow (and some Red) colour dots (all same sex)
  3. Best Young Bird all Blue colour dots
  4. Best Y/Bird Opposite Sex all Green (and some Blue) colour dots (all same sex)
  5. Best in Show between the winners in 1 & 3

For BIS you must have at least 50% of the vote of the judges and not just a simple majority. Have in your mind a system to implement in the event of a tie when judges cannot reach a decision.

When there is an overall Best Opposite Sex in Show award then the selection will be from the best opposite sex adult and young bird that are opposite sex to the BIS. For example: if the BIS is a cock then you need to judge between the best adult hen and best young hen for such an award.

Familiarise yourself with Guidelines 26 – 30 on page 39 of the new Colour Standards 2009 booklet.

Having completed this task of judging for the major specials then instruct your stewards to take all the colour dot birds back to the holding area to be placed in their individual sections.

For Specialist & Rare Variety shows there is no judging for BIS or sections.

Commence judging for the section awards ensuring that all the necessary paper work is available.

When all the judging is complete then ensure that your chief stewards collect all the necessary paper work, birds and bio security material for ring checking by the judges in the allocated area.

After completion of this task your judges will be ready for lunch and a well deserved rest.

Ensure that you give them a catalogue and result sheet when ready.

At all times be sure to treat your subsidiary judges with the same respect that you treat your main judges and provide them with all that you provide your main judges apart from expenses.

At the allocated opening time to the public ensure that you have the necessary staff, catalogues/result sheets, float and bio security available.

Ensure that all birds are back on the staging, all the rosettes and CCs are up and raffles on display and the various officers are in position.

In a one day show there is only a maximum of 3 hours between opening and closing time and you, like all other officers will be doing your best to complete all the necessary tasks of running a show. Try to keep cool, friendly and pleasant but firm in your directives. Remember that all are working for the love of the hobby.

At closing time, ensure that you have sufficient staff to carry out the checking out process at the designated areas as well as stewards ready to dismantle and store away the staging.

Ensure that the hall has been left clean and tidy before you hand over to the caretaker.

After all this you are ready to drive home and earn a well deserved rest!

GOOD LUCK

Best Practice – Duties of a Show Secretary

The Show Secretary is an important part of the team running a show and, as such, will need to establish a good working relationship with other officials of the show team. Other officers who may join you on this team are the show manager, patronage secretary, treasurer, staging manager, publicity officer, fund raising officer, bio-security officer, sales officer, trophy officer (if any) and others depending on the size of the show.

The show secretary is in charge of the preparation of the paper work for the show including the preparation of both the show schedule and catalogue. On occasions the show secretary and patronage secretary are one and the same, so you have a double task to carry out. Well before the morning of the show, certain duties will have been carried out in the months prior to the show; but it is still your duty to ensure that they have been acted upon. Teamwork, cooperation and good lines of communication are of paramount importance in running any event successfully.

Before the show (for some tasks many months before) you will need to ensure that:

  • hall has been booked
  • judges booked
  • patronage applied for well before 28th February
  • DEFRA has been notified and a vet has been booked on a standby basis
  • Public Liability Insurance obtained
  • schedules printed and sent to members of the society, past exhibitors and judges
  • publicity has been carried out to promote the show in the fancy press and local papers
  • accommodation for the judges booked if required
  • catering for the day has been sorted out
  • catalogues have been printed just before the show
  • staging has been brought to the show hall, erected and numbered
  • chief stewards have been booked
  • all bio-security materials are available
  • all relevant patronage and show office paper work is ready for each judge
  • all relevant equipment like photocopier/PC are ready on the morning of the show

Of course other show officers will have done some of the above tasks, but you will need to ensure that they have been carried out and that the results are available on the day. This is where TEAM WORK, COMMUNICATION and COOPERATION between all officers are essential in ensuring a successful and enjoyable show.

Remember that, on the day, the show office duties falls on your shoulders and you need to run your side of the event efficiently.

So let us look at the duties more closely:

  • Judges – The Year before the show you should write letters to the judges that have been selected by the club to be invited to judge the show. The letter should ask if the judge requires overnight         accommodation the night before the show if travelling a long distance, and a rough cost of travelling expenses. Enclose a sae for a reply to confirm acceptance.
  • Patronage – You (or the Patronage Secretary, if any) must apply for all patronages required using the forms that will have been supplied the year before. The most important one of these is the Budgerigar Society patronage. This form needs to be signed by two officials of the Club. All Patronages need to be applied for before the 28th February, at the very latest, in the year of the show.
  • Rosettes – In March/April you need to order the Rosettes  for the show. Also if any trophies are needed for the show these should be ordered now. Both tasks can be carried out by other officers (Patronage     Secretary & Trophy Steward) if available.
  • Schedule – During May you should compile the schedule, after receiving all the patronage details from the societies that you have applied. Chase up those societies that have not sent you their paper work. If you are using last year’s schedule as the template, you need to remember to change all the dates in the schedule from the previous year’s dates. Be very careful also to change details of names of officers,        subscription rates and patronage details of the various societies that have granted your show their patronage. Ensure that you have all the B.S. details absolutely correct. Make available your mobile number to be used by exhibitors for emergencies only, on the morning of the show.
  • Colour & Section Allocation – Your committee will have previously agreed on the colour and section allocation per judge and that information should also be included in the schedule. Colour allocation         can be an emotive subject and the major colours should be divided equally between the judges and, as a guide, all the judges should have a number of challenge certificates to judge with roughly an equal total number of birds to judge based on last year’s number of entries per colour.
  • Distribution – Print the required number of schedules in early June. It is a B.S. requirement that a schedule must be sent to them for checking prior to distribution to the rest of the members / exhibitors.  Schedules need to be distributed to all your society members and previous 2-3 years exhibitors at least 4 weeks before the date of the show. You also need to send schedules to the judges (with a covering note) and to patronage secretaries of the societies that have granted your show their    patronage.
  • Paper Work – A month prior to the show you will also need to have prepared your paperwork ready for the show and have obtained sufficient cage labels. Currently the B.S. supplies the cage labels as part of a sponsorship. Are you running the show manually or by a computer program? Ask for either manual or computer type cage labels.
    If you are running the show from a computer program then you are dictated by that program. However, let us consider that you are running the show manually. There are a number of ways that you can prepare for the show but all the ways eventually and basically are similar. It is best to create a binder for each status; 5 in total. In each binder you will need a sheet per colour for the cock and hen of that colour. In a Silver/Bronze type of championship show for the champion any age you will need 18 sheets and for the champion young bird another 18 sheets. Divide each sheet for cock and hen of that colour. Create many columns for the patronage nominations to have a tick for each society the exhibitor has nominated. Do the same for all the 5 status.
  • Entries – If you are using manual cage labels it is  best to use a different colour felt tip pen for each status. This will help stewards and judges on the morning with easy identification of birds on the staging and when judging. Each entry you receive you can enter them on the appropriate class sheet by writing the cage number, exhibitor name and ticking the patronage nomination columns. Fill up the entry form   as well with the cage number for each class entered. Write the necessary cage labels for this particular entry and post back to the exhibitor in the sae provided. You eventually fill the binders with all the entries in the same fashion as above. Phone Entries – Ensure that you have sufficient copies of entry forms available for phone entries to fill up as they come. You will use the same process as above but insist that the exhibitor sends you their proper entry in the post with the appropriate fee.
  • Catalogue – After entries have closed you will need  to compile the catalogue and print it before the show. The number of catalogues to be printed can be worked out from a simple formula: Number of catalogues = number of exhibitors + judges + patronage societies + extra 10-20
  • Communication – Inform the Show Manager how many exhibitors wish to steward. Inform the Catering personnel how many exhibitors have ordered lunches, not forgetting the judges and the show committee.
  • Judges Folders – During the week before the show and after entries have closed, you will need to create a Judge’s Folder for each judge containing the following:
    • BS Judges Benched Form (supplied by the BS) for each colour. Ensure to fill in the name and date of the show.
    • Show Office paperwork per colour with column of birds entered in each class, number benched and space for absent cage numbers. Space for 1st – 7th placing for each class and space for the Colour Run Down. There is some nicely designed paperwork about for which you can ask (see example enclosed).
    • First, second and third place labels.
    • Colour spots (5 colours supplied by the B.S.) for each of the number of colours that the judge is judging.
    • Any other relevant paper work needed like a copy of the classification, B.S. Certificate of Merit form etc.

Section Sheets – You need to also create a Section sheet  with a column of all the classes in that section (1-38 for example); in the column next to that insert the winning cage number for each of those classes and tick the appropriate patronage nomination columns of the winner. Another area is for the judge to enter cage details of the winners in order when the sections are judged (see example enclosed). You can also put N/E (No Entry) against each class that had no entry in it and draw a line through all the nominations.

Result Sheets – You need to create a Result Sheet consisting of one page of all Major Winners, Best of Colour winners and Section Winners. Also two more sheets for the classes in all the 10 sections (see example enclosed). You can also put N/E (No Entry) against each class that had no entry in it.

Preparation Day – The day before the show you will have arrived in time from when the hall was booked and set up your Office area as you desire. Some of the duties that you may do or share with other officers and helpers are:

  • Help to put the staging up
  • Assist with marking the staging with the number of birds entered in each class (usually Show Manager’s duty but you will have provided the entry data)
  • Sort out all your rosettes in either section or society order
  • Sort out your entry forms in sections and in alphabetical order for easy booking in
  • Start booking in birds (rely on booking staff to allow you to do your work in the office)
  • Transfer absentees to the Absentees Sheets per colour

Show Date – Arrive early, before booking in starts, and       prepare yourself for the task ahead. Again rely, if possible, on other members       to actually do the booking in and free yourself for completing the Absentees       Sheets to be ready to start judging on time.

  • Start booking birds in (most of the birds will arrive on the morning)
  • Transfer absentees to the Absentees Sheets per colour
  • Make ready the Colour Sheets for the Judges Folders
  • Ensure that each judge has all the relevant papers appertaining to the colours that he/she is judging
  • Ensure that each judge signs the BS Bucktons Breeder of the Year competition sheet
  • Ensure that all the CCs are headed up with the name and date of the show (try to organise another person to do this task)

After judging starts you will be ready to receive the first batches of the Colour Sheets. With other Office Staff start:

  • Transferring data from the Colour Sheets to the Result Sheets
  • Transferring data of class winners from the Colour Sheets to the Section Sheets and tick the nomination columns accordingly
  • Allocating the rosettes of the 6 specialist societies from the run down sheets and put them in boxes/trays in their sections
  • Writing the CC with the colour and sex details of the winning BOC (ensuring it is rung and the owner is a BS member)
  • Filling in the BS and the specialist societies Return Forms as you go along

After judging is completed ensure that the BS Paper work per colour is complete with all the necessary details and ready for the judge to check the ring of the BOC winner (if eligible for the CC) and enter the ring details in the space provided on both the CC and the BS paper. Ensure that the judge signs that sheet as well as the CC itself.

Rosettes – After the section judging is complete, make sure that all patronage rosettes are awarded from the section order. You may encourage/ask the chief steward to do that task if all the rosettes for that section are made available.

Description on the CC – When describing the colour/variety of the winning bird on the CC, birds should always be described in the order of variety first followed by the body colour and sex of the bird (separate  line). So, for example, if you had a composite bird of a few varieties then it is best to start the description by the variety in which the bird has been exhibited and the C.C. that it won first. For example; Circular Crest Spangle Yellowface Skyblue.

Last Duties – After all the judging is completed ensure that:

  • All the CCs have been written and signed by the judges and then displayed on or near the winning birds cages
  • Ensure that the Result Sheet is completed and printed
  • Ensure that catalogues, result sheets, float and Bio-security available at opening time

VERY IMPORTANT – Make sure that you have lunch!

After The Show – Make sure that:

  • All the BS paperwork is completed and correct and post back with a copy of the catalogue and result sheet within 21 days
  • All specialist societies’ patronage returns are completed and posted back with a copy of the catalogue, result sheet and any unawarded rosettes

WELL DONE, HAVE A REST UNTIL NEXT YEAR’S SHOW!

Best Practices: Patronage Secretary

Patronage is usually dealt with either by the show secretary or a dedicated Patronage Secretary, the role requires this person to register their society with the relevant specialist societies / clubs prior to their application cut off date which is normally 28th February of each year. Why this date? The specialist societies need to order rosettes/ banners / certificates in bulk ready for distribution prior to each show date.

Before the show:-
Here is a list of requirements for the Patronage role:-
1. At the society’s first show meeting determine what if any patronages are required
These could be BS; Area; ASBS (Incorporates CBC; RV&CBS; SBBA & Guidelines for Best Practice18 Budgerigar Society Rule Book 2021
VBC); LABS; CBBA and any local societies.
2. Obtain the relevant application form filling in details required which includes the grade of patronage, show date, contact details. Then with the appropriate fee post to the nominated addresses.
3. Prior to show date (usually a month before the show) check you have received the relevant show patronage packages. If not this is the time you need to contact the patronage supplier and enquire why not.
4. On receipt of the patronage pack check the contents, making sure all that is expected has been delivered; also make sure your schedule contains the correct wording as required for each patronage applied for.
At the show:-
1. Set out your area, usually at the side of the Show Secretarial team in readiness for the results coming in from the judges,
2. Complete the judges CC result forms with the details of the winning exhibitor, their ring code and the full colour description for example ‘Double Factor Spangle White cock’ not ‘DF Spangle Cock’
3. Prioritise the patronages so the ones needing further information such
as BS certificates/diplomas are ready for the judges to complete with signature and ring numbers (format code-number-year) after judging. When this task is complete make sure the details on the certificates are correct to avoid disappointment for the winning exhibitor.
4. Fill in patronage return forms and allocate all awards (rosettes, diplomas and certificates) making sure these are issued to the show manager’s team for displaying on the cages after judging is completed.
5. Make sure that the judges sign all paperwork where needed before they leave.

After the show:-
1. Check through return sheets to make sure that they are complete.
2. All returns are collated and sent back, usually within 21 days after the
show date, to the Patronage supplier.

Best Practice – Duties of a Chief Steward

You have been asked by the Show Manager to perform the duties of Chief Steward at any type of   championship show. The following may be of assistance for you to conduct your duties to the best of your ability on the morning of the show:

  1. Find and prepare the judging staging you are to use. Your Judge’s name and your own will probably be upon it. Ensure that you have the necessary bio-security measures on the judging stand.
  2. Collect your team of stewards, the names of whom may be on display in the Show Hall.
  3. Collect the necessary paper work from the show office appertaining to the colours and sections that your judge will be judging. For each colour you should have the B.S. Judges benched sheet, the class result sheet to mark 1st – 7th, CC run down sheet and absentee sheet. Some shows will have the last three sections combined on one sheet. Also you will need the section run down sheet of the sections that your judge has been allocated to judge, although this may not be available until after all the colours have been judged. You will also need the colour dots as well as the 1st – 3rd cage label stickers (if available).
  4. Prior to start of judging, introduce yourself to your Judge (and the Subsidiary Judge if there is one) and take him/her to the judging area. Introduce your stewards to the judge/s.
  5. Commence judging your Colour/Variety Classes. Remember  to judge the specialist varieties first.
    Make sure that if there are more than seven birds in a class, the judge puts a dash in the place area on the label to show that the bird has been judged.
    Check each class against Absentee Sheet to make sure all birds are judged. If a bird is missing ~ check with the show office before judging the next class.
    Draw judge’s attention, if necessary, to scaly face/sick birds for removal from staging.
    Make sure that you always provide your judge with the next classes to judge. If classes are small, ensure that there are enough subsequent classes ready on the table to keep the judging flowing. Make sure that stewards carry no more than three cages at a time, do not place cages facing each other, and that cages are neither stacked on top of each other nor left on the floor (bio-security measures).
    Your judge may ask for your assistance in checking that the birds in the young bird classes are rung and wearing the correct current year coloured rings.
    Retain all 1st Prize winners on your judging tables for judging the CC run down and send the rest back on to the staging.
  6. Ensure that your Stewards place birds back on the staging in the order of their merit, leaving enough space for the class winner. A  separate sheet showing how to place birds in order of merit depending  on benched figures is enclosed or bench the birds in the manner that is         requested by the show manager.
  7. On completion of your Colour Classes, judge your Challenge Certificate all the way down the class.
    Ensure that the judge marks the colour line up placing in the box provided on the cage label all the way down.
    Send all the 1st prize winners on to the Specials’  Staging Area. Please ensure that the Certificate winner and the other colour dot birds to the winner are kept separate. Also ensure that the Colour Dots are placed in the centre of the cage label.
    After completion of judging your first colour ensure that all the necessary paper work is sent back to the show office prior to commencing judging the second colour.
    Check that your BOC bird is BS rung * and that the exhibitor has nominated BS (check with the show manager or show office) for the bird to be eligible for the CC. If not then the 2nd bird in the line up        or even the 3rd bird can win the CC as long as the above requirements are met.
    *  At this stage you will not be able to know if the ring is an official ring purchased through the Budgerigar Society but you can check that the bird has a ring. At the time of ring check, after completion of all judging, the judge and you can establish if the ring is an official B.S. ring by its flat part where the year is. This is a B.S. patent right. If the bird is rung with a plastic European ring or another metal ring and it is in the adult class then look for the next eligible winner.
    Remember that the Colour Dots are OPEN AWARDS. The BOC cannot be beaten by any other bird of the same colour in the section line up.        
    At Silver and Bronze patronage shows, the colour dots are for:
    • Red BOC
    • Orange BOC Any Age
    • Yellow BOC Any Age Opposite Sex
    • Blue BOC Young Bird
    • Green BOC Young Bird Opposite Sex

    At Gold & Area patronage shows (double CCs for Any Age & Young Bird), the colour dots are for:

    • Red BOC Any Age
    • Yellow BOC Any Age Opposite Sex
    • Blue BOC Young Bird
    • Green BOC Young Bird Opposite Sex
  8. Your judge will then be required to judge some of the major specials, i.e. overall BIS, Best Any Age, Best Young Bird and the Opposite Sexes when all the judges have completed judging all the colours.
  9. At the completion of judging for the major specials your judge will be required to judge one or two Sections, so ask him/her to make himself available at your judging stand again.
  10. Ask your stewards to bring back all first class winners of the section that you have been allocated to judge. The judge should now be judging them all the way down (or up to 10th Best depending on the show’s requirement).
    Check that birds are all correct. ie 200s are of Intermediate Any Age and that no birds are missing.
    Ensure that you have sufficient space for all class winners to be viewed by the judge. Do not stack cages on top of each other (bio-security regulations). Ensure that the judge marks the section placing in the box provided on the cage label all the way through (or as far down as required).         Ensure that the section judge does not place any bird of a particular colour contrary to the placing by the colour judge.
    If the judge is not adhering to B.S. regulations then inform him first and if there is still a problem then inform the Show Manager at the time of judging.
  11. Return all the birds to their classes on the staging after all judging have been completed apart from any CC or section winners.
  12. After completion of judging all your Sections, collect all your CCs, Section winners and Certificate of Merit (COM) winners and their relevant B.S. paper work for ring checking. Remember that the COM cannot be awarded to a C.C. winner. Ensure also that you have the B.S. paper work for the BIS and BYB if your judge has judged those birds in the colour line up.
    If your judge suspects a show offence then inform the show manager immediately.
  13. Escort your judge with your birds and all necessary paperwork to the designated area for ring checking. Ensure that you also have the bio-security measures for ring checking.
    Return all the paper work to the show office and birds back to the staging after completion of the task.
  14. After completion of judging please ensure that your team dismantles and stores away the judging stands.

Generally

  1. Please ensure that all bio-security measures are adhered to at all times.
  2. Please ensure that no one speaks to your judge while judging is in progress.
  3. Stewards must carry no more than three cages at a time.
  4. Bird cages must not be placed on the floor.
  5. Any problems – Please see the show manager.
  6. Good luck and you and your team have an enjoyable day.
2021 Classification
MINIMUM MANDATORY CLASSIFICATION FOR BRONZE, SILVER, GOLD PLATINUM & AREA CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS
CHAMP.  INTERM. CLASSIFICATION  NOVICE JUNIOR
AA YB AA YB   AA YB AA YB
1 101 201 301 Light Green Cock 401 501 601 701
2 102 202 302 Light Green Hen 402 502 602 702
3 103 203 303 Dark or Olive-Green Cock 403 503 603 703
4 104 204 304 Dark or Olive-Green Hen 404 504 604 704
5 105 205 305 Skyblue Cock 405 505 605 705
6 106 206 306 Skyblue Hen 406 506 606 706
7 107 207 307  Cobalt, Mauve or Violet Cock 407 507 607 707
8 108 208 308 Cobalt, Mauve or Violet Hen 408 508 608 708
9 109 209 309 Grey Green Cock 409 509 609 709
10 110 210 310 Grey Green Hen 410 510 610 710
11 111 211 311 Grey Cock 411 511 611 711
12 112 212 312 Grey Hen 412 512 612 712
13 113 213 313 Opaline Green Series Cock 413 513 613 713
14 114 214 314 Opaline Green Series Hen 414 514 614 714
15 115 215 315 Opaline Blue Series Cock 415 515 615 715
16 116 216 316 Opaline Blue Series Hen 416 516 616 716
17 117 217 317 Cinnamon Green Series Cock 417 517 617 717
18 118 218 318 Cinnamon Green Series Hen 418 518 618 718
19 119 219 319 Cinnamon Blue Series Cock 419 519 619 719
20 120 220 320 Cinnamon Blue Series Hen 420 520 620 720
21 121 221 321 Opaline Cinnamon Cock 421 521 621 721
22 122 222 322 Opaline Cinnamon Hen 422 522 622 722
23 123 223 323 Lutino Cock 423 523 623 723
24 124 224 324 Lutino Hen 424 524 624 724
25 125 225 325 Albino Cock 425 525 625 725
26 126 226 326 Albino Hen 426 526 626 726
27 127 227 327 Yellow-wing Cock 427 527 627 727
28 128 228 328 Yellow-wing Hen 428 528 628 728
29 129 229 329 Whitewing Cock 429 529 629 729
30 130 230 330 Whitewing Hen 430 530 630 730
31 131 231 331 Any Variety Crest Cock 431 531 631 731
32 132 232 332 Any Variety Crest Hen 432 532 632 732
33 133 233 333 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Green Series Cock 433 533 633 733
34 134 234 334 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Green Series Hen 434 534 634 734
35 135 235 335 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Blue Series Cock 435 535 635 735
36 136 236 336 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Blue Series Hen 436 536 636 736
37 137 237 337 Double Factor Spangle Yellow or White Cock 437 537 637 737
38 138 238 338 Double Factor Spangle Yellow or White Hen 438 538 638 738
39 139 239 339 Dominant Pied, Clearflight or Dutch Pied Cock 439 539 639 739
40 140 240 340 Dominant Pied, Clearflight or Dutch Pied Hen 440 540 640 740
41 141 241 341 Recessive Pied or Dark Eyed Clear Cock 441 541 641 741
42 142 242 342 Recessive Pied or Dark Eyed Clear Hen 442 542 642 742
43 143 243 343 Yellowface or Goldenface Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon, or Opaline Cinnamon Cock 443 543 643 743
44 144 244 344 Yellowface or Goldenface Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon, or Opaline Cinnamon Hen 444 544 644 744
45 145 245 345 Anthracite, Fallow, Rainbow, Saddleback, Slate Cock **  445 545 645 745
46 146 246 346 Anthracite, Fallow, Rainbow, Saddleback, Slate Hen ** 446 546 646 746
47 147 247 347 Easley or Texas Clearbody Cock ** 447 547 647 747
48 148 248 348 Easley or Texas Clearbody Hen ** 448 548 648 748
49 149 249 349 Lacewing, Greywing, Yellow, White, Opal., Cinn. or Opal. Cinn. Clearwing, Y/F Whitewing Blue Series, Y/F Albino, Any Non-Standardised Variety or Half-Sider; Cock ** 449 549 649 749
50 150 250 350 Lacewing, Greywing, Yellow, White, Opal., Cinn. or Opal. Cinn. Clearwing, Y/F Whitewing Blue Series, Y/F Albino, Any Non-Standardised Variety or Half Sider Hen ** 450 550 650 750
  ** = inc. Y/Face or G/Face Forms of these varieties  
     
761 PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                                       
Shown in a Standard show cage (one Day Show) or BS approved Team show cage
 
762 TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety) BS approved Team show cage  
 
AA Colour Budgerigar [All Sections] YB
764 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR                                                                                                                  (Any Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon and Opaline Cinnamon cock or hen) 766
765 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Other Colour cock or hen) 767
 
778 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                                     Shown in a single standard BS approved show cage  
779 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  

Classification 2020 Young Stock Show 2021
 2020 Young Bird Show (2021) Owner Bred Birds Only 
CH INT                                                      CLASSIFICATION NOV JNR
YB YB                                                    2020 rung birds only YB YB
101 301 Light Green Cock 501 701
102 302 Light Green Hen 502 702
103 303 Dark or Olive-Green Cock 503 703
104 304 Dark or Olive-Green Hen 504 704
105 305 Skyblue Cock 505 705
106 306 Skyblue Hen 506 706
107 307  Cobalt, Mauve or Violet Cock 507 707
108 308 Cobalt, Mauve or Violet Hen 508 708
109 309 Grey Green Cock 509 709
110 310 Grey Green Hen 510 710
111 311 Grey Cock 511 711
112 312 Grey Hen 512 712
113 313 Opaline Green Series Cock 513 713
114 314 Opaline Green Series Hen 514 714
115 315 Opaline Blue Series Cock 515 715
116 316 Opaline Blue Series Hen 516 716
117 317 Cinnamon Green Series Cock 517 717
118 318 Cinnamon Green Series Hen 518 718
119 319 Cinnamon Blue Series Cock 519 719
120 320 Cinnamon Blue Series Hen 520 720
121 321 All  521 721
122 322 Opaline Cinnamon Hen 522 722
123 323 Lutino Cock 523 723
124 324 Lutino Hen 524 724
125 325 Albino Cock 525 725
126 326 Albino Hen 526 726
127 327 Yellow-wing Cock 527 727
128 328 Yellow-wing Hen 528 728
129 329 Whitewing Cock 529 729
130 330 Whitewing Hen 530 730
131 331 Any Variety Crest Cock 531 731
132 332 Any Variety Crest Hen 532 732
133 333 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Green Series Cock 533 733
134 334 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Green Series Hen 534 734
135 335 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Blue Series Cock 535 735
136 336 Any Variety Single Factor Spangle Blue Series Hen 536 736
137 337 Double Factor Spangle Yellow or White Cock 537 737
138 338 Double Factor Spangle Yellow or White Hen 538 738
139 339 Dominant Pied, Clearflight or Dutch Pied Cock 539 739
140 340 Dominant Pied, Clearflight or Dutch Pied Hen 540 740
141 341 Recessive Pied or Dark Eyed Clear Cock 541 741
142 342 Recessive Pied or Dark Eyed Clear Hen 542 742
143 343 Yellowface or Goldenface Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon, or Opaline Cinnamon Cock 543 743
144 344 Yellowface or Goldenface Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon, or Opaline Cinnamon Hen 544 744
145 345 Anthracite, Fallow, Rainbow, Saddleback, Slate Cock **  545 745
146 346 Anthracite, Fallow, Rainbow, Saddleback, Slate Hen ** 546 746
147 347 Easley or Texas Clearbody Cock ** 547 747
148 348 Easley or Texas Clearbody Hen ** 548 748
149 349 Lacewing, Greywing, Yellow, White, Opal., Cin. or Opal. Cin. Clearwing, Y/F Whitewing Blue Series, Y/F Albino, Any Non-Standardised Variety or Half Sider; Cock ** 549 749
150 350 Lacewing, Greywing, Yellow, White, Opal., Cin. or Opal. Cin. Clearwing, Y/F Whitewing Blue Series, Y/F Albino, Any Non-Standardised Variety or Half Sider Hen ** 550 750
  ** = inc. Y/Face or G/Face Forms of these varieties  
         
761 PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety) Shown in a standard BS approved show cage (One day only shows) or BS Approved Team Show Cage if show two or more days  
762 TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
 
  Colour Budgerigar [All Sections] 2020 rung birds only  
766 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR                                                                                                     (Any Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon and Opaline Cinnamon cock or hen)  
767 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Other Colour cock or hen)  
 
778 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                                   Shown in a standard BS approved show cage  
779 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
Schedule Wording for 2020 Young Bird Show (2021

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.


THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is an AREA CHAMPIONSHIP 2020 PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae. Tayport, Fife. DD6 5PR – Annual Subscription 2021 £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the YEAR 2020 THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is an AREA CHAMPIONSHIP 2020 PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae. Tayport, Fife. DD6 5PR – Annual Subscription 2021 £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

 Exhibitors must mark their entry form “BS” and be confirmed as fully paid up members in order to compete for the following awards

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW…………………………….    ROSETTE  

BEST OPPOSITE SEX YOUNG BIRD…………………….      ROSETTE

BEST BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………………….             ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

2nd BEST BIRD IN EACH SECTION………………              ROSETTE

3rd BEST BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………                     ROSETTE

4th BEST BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………                     ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR BIRD……………………………………..         ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD                     ROSETTE

 YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

 All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the YEAR 2020 THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

                                                    CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

                                        BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE)

 YOUNG BIRD

                        1B        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

                        2B        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

                        3B        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

                        4B        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

                        5B        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

                        6B        BEST NORMAL GREY

                        7B        BEST OPALINE GREEN (INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

                        8B        BEST OPALINE BLUE (INC. OPALINE GREY)

                        9B        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

                        10B      BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

                        11B      BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

                        12B      BEST LUTINO

                        13B      BEST ALBINO

                        14B      BEST YELLOW-WING

                        15B      BEST WHITEWING

                        16B      BEST CREST OR TUFT

                        17B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

                        18B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

                        19B      BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

                        20B      BEST DOMINANT PIED

                        21B      BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

                        22B      BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

                        23B      BEST RARE VARIETY

                        24B      BEST CLEARBODY

                        25B      BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

                        26         BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

                        27         BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

                        28B      BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR 

                        29         BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)

                        30         BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)                               

CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRE-GRADED WITH A MINIMUM VALUE OF 7 POINTS.

 BIS CERTIFICATE (10 POINTS) , BEST TEAM & BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

*NOTE

Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

 INFORMATION: – NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.

 THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED; WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. 

  1. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the five Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.

  1. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum. Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.

  1. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY World Championship Show later that year.

  1. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections in his/her /their area of residence At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.

  1. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1).

            World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 Points
            Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Poonts

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

            Silver Championship Shows                                 5 Points

            Bronze Championship Shows                              1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

            World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 Points
            Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                  5 Points

            Silver Championship Shows                                 3 Points

            Bronze Championship Shows                              1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

            Best of Colour Y/B                                             10 points

            Best of Colour Champion Y/B                            5 points

            Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

            Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                 5 points

            Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.

  1. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31st January will be taken into account.

  1. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details

THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

BREEDER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

SPONSORED BY COUNTRY WIDE

For Budgerigar Society members only

Breeder of the Year Rules

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The Budgerigar Society. 
  2. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the four Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.
  3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.
  4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The Budgerigar Society World Championship Show later that year.
  5. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections  At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.
  6. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1) and nominate Budgerigar Society on their entry form.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               5 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                5 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               3 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

Best of Colour Y/B                                             10 points

Best of Colour Champion Y/B                            5 points

Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                 5 points

Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum, then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.
  2. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31 January will be taken into account.
  3. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

 

For Budgerigar Society members only

Schedule Patronage wording for Shows (AREA)

hows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a AREA CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

 

 

 

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

 

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a AREA CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

Exhibitors must mark their entry form “BS” and be confirmed as fully paid up members in order to compete for the following awards

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW…………………………….    ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

BEST ANY AGE IN SHOW……………………………………  ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW……………………………..    ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX ANY AGE…………………………..     ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX YOUNG BIRD…………………….      ROSETTE

BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION…………………….       ROSETTE

2nd BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION………………        ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………………       ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA                           

2nd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………..         ROSETTE

3rd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………        ROSETTE

4th BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………        ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE…………………………………….. ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD……………………………….  ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR ANY AGE                          ROSETTE

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD                  ROSETTE

 

YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

 

All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

                                                CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE)

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW CERTIFICATE

ANY AGE         YOUNG BIRD

1A                    1B        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

2A                    2B        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

3A                    3B        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

4A                    4B        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

5A                    5B        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

6A                    6B        BEST NORMAL GREY

7A                    7B        BEST OPALINE GREEN ( INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

8A                    8B        BEST OPALINE BLUE ( INC. OPALINE GREY)

9A                    9B        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

10A                  10B      BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

11A                  11B      BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

12A                  12B      BEST LUTINO

13A                  13B      BEST ALBINO

14A                  14B      BEST YELLOW-WING

15A                  15B      BEST WHITEWING

16A                  16B      BEST CREST OR TUFT

17A                  17B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

18A                  18B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

19A                  19B      BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

20A                  20B      BEST DOMINANT PIED

21A                  21B      BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

22A                  22B      BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

23A                  23B      BEST RARE VARIETY

24A                  24B      BEST CLEARBODY

25A                  25B      BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

26                                BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

27                                BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

28                    28B      BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

29                                BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)

30                                BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)                              

CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRE-GRADED WITH A MINIMUM  VALUE OF 7 POINTS.

 BIS CERTIFICATE (10 POINTS) , BYB CERTIFICATE (if the BIS Winner is not a Young Bird then the Best Young Bird Certificate will have a Points value of 5 points otherwise NIL POINTS) ;BEST TEAM & BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

*CERTIFICATES OF MERIT FOR

(A)       BEST NOVICE ANY AGE                                  (B)       BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD

(C)       BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE                                  (D)       BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD

(E)       BEST FIRST YEAR NOVICE EXHIBIT (New)

*NOTE

Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

INFORMATION:- NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.

THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED, WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The Budgerigar Society. 
  2. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the four Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.
  3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.
  4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The Budgerigar Society World Championship Show later that year.
  5. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections  At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.
  6. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1) and nominate Budgerigar Society on their entry form.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               5 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                5 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               3 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

Best of Colour Y/B                                             10 points

Best of Colour Champion Y/B                            5 points

Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                 5 points

Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum, then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.
  2. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31 January will be taken into account.
  3. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

 

For Budgerigar Society members only

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details

     THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

BREEDER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

SPONSORED BY COUNTRY WIDE

For Budgerigar Society members only

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

(not to be printed in the schedule)

All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standards.

It is recommended that visitors and others should be prohibited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits.

The ring number of any exhibit winning a Certificate or Diploma must be checked and inserted on the Certificate or Diploma by the JUDGE responsible for the award, immediately upon completion of all judging, and before he signs the award.

It is a recommendation (not mandatory) from the General Council that Judges only judge down to a maximum of ten places when judging the sections.

Schedule Patronage wording for Shows (PLATINUM)

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a PLATINUM CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

 

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

 

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a PLATINUM CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

Exhibitors must mark their entry form “BS” and be confirmed as fully paid up members in order to compete for the following awards

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW…………………………….     ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

BEST ANY AGE IN SHOW……………………………………    ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW……………………………..     ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX ANY AGE…………………………..      ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX YOUNG BIRD…………………….       ROSETTE

BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION…………………….        ROSETTE

2nd BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION………………         ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………………         ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA                           

2nd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………..          ROSETTE

3rd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………         ROSETTE

4th BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………         ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE……………………………………..  ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD……………………………….   ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR ANY AGE                           ROSETTE

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD                   ROSETTE

YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

                                                CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE)

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW CERTIFICATE

ANY AGE         YOUNG BIRD

1A                    1B        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

2A                    2B        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

3A                    3B        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

4A                    4B        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

5A                    5B        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

6A                    6B        BEST NORMAL GREY

7A                    7B        BEST OPALINE GREEN ( INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

8A                    8B        BEST OPALINE BLUE ( INC. OPALINE GREY)

9A                    9B        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

10A                  10B      BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

11A                  11B      BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

12A                  12B      BEST LUTINO

13A                  13B      BEST ALBINO

14A                  14B      BEST YELLOW-WING

15A                  15B      BEST WHITEWING

16A                  16B      BEST CREST OR TUFT

17A                  17B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

18A                  18B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

19A                  19B      BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

20A                  20B      BEST DOMINANT PIED

21A                  21B      BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

22A                  22B      BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

23A                  23B      BEST RARE VARIETY

24A                  24B      BEST CLEARBODY

25A                  25B      BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

26                                BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

27                                BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

28                    28B      BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

29                                BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)

30                                BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)                              

CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRE-GRADED WITH A MINIMUM  VALUE OF 5 POINTS.

 BIS CERTIFICATE (9 POINTS) , BYB CERTIFICATE (if the BIS Winner is not a Young Bird then the Best Young Bird Certificate will have a Points value of 5 points otherwise NIL POINTS) ;BEST TEAM & BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

*CERTIFICATES OF MERIT FOR

(A)      BEST NOVICE ANY AGE                                  (B)       BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD
(C)      BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE                                  (D)       BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD
(E)      BEST FIRST YEAR NOVICE EXHIBIT  (New)

*NOTE

Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

 

INFORMATION:- NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.

 

THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED, WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The Budgerigar Society. 
  2. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the four Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.
  3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.
  4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The Budgerigar Society World Championship Show later that year.
  5. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections  At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.
  6. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1) and nominate Budgerigar Society on their entry form.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               5 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                5 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               3 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

Best of Colour Y/B                                           10 points

Best of Colour Champion Y/B                            5 points

Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                 5 points

Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum, then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.
  2. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31 January will be taken into account.
  3. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

 

For Budgerigar Society members only

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details

THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

BREEDER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

SPONSORED BY COUNTRY WIDE

For Budgerigar Society members only

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

(not to be printed in the schedule)

All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standards.

It is recommended that visitors and others should be prohibited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits.

The ring number of any exhibit winning a Certificate or Diploma must be checked and inserted on the Certificate or Diploma by the JUDGE responsible for the award, immediately upon completion of all judging, and before he signs the award.

It is a recommendation (not mandatory) from the General Council that Judges only judge down to a maximum of ten places when judging the sections.

Schedule Patronage wording for Shows (GOLD)

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

 

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

 

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

Exhibitors must mark their entry form “BS” and be confirmed as fully paid up members in order to compete for the following awards

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW…………………………….     ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

BEST ANY AGE IN SHOW……………………………………    ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW……………………………..     ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX ANY AGE…………………………..      ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX YOUNG BIRD…………………….       ROSETTE

BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION…………………….        ROSETTE

2nd BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION………………         ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………………         ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA                           

2nd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………..          ROSETTE

3rd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………         ROSETTE

4th BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION…………         ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE……………………………………..  ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD……………………………….   ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR ANY AGE                           ROSETTE

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD                   ROSETTE

YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

                                                CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE)

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW CERTIFICATE

ANY AGE         YOUNG BIRD

1A                    1B        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

2A                    2B        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

3A                    3B        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

4A                    4B        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

5A                    5B        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

6A                    6B        BEST NORMAL GREY

7A                    7B        BEST OPALINE GREEN ( INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

8A                    8B        BEST OPALINE BLUE ( INC. OPALINE GREY)

9A                    9B        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

10A                  10B      BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

11A                  11B      BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

12A                  12B      BEST LUTINO

13A                  13B      BEST ALBINO

14A                  14B      BEST YELLOW-WING

15A                  15B      BEST WHITEWING

16A                  16B      BEST CREST OR TUFT

17A                  17B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

18A                  18B      BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

19A                  19B      BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

20A                  20B      BEST DOMINANT PIED

21A                  21B      BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

22A                  22B      BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

23A                  23B      BEST RARE VARIETY

24A                  24B      BEST CLEARBODY

25A                  25B      BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

26                                BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

27                                BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

28                    28B      BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

29                                BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)

30                                BEST COLOUR BUGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)                              

CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRE-GRADED WITH A MINIMUM  VALUE OF 3 POINTS.

 BIS CERTIFICATE (8 POINTS) , BYB CERTIFICATE (if the BIS Winner is not a Young Bird then the Best Young Bird Certificate will have a Points value of 4 points otherwise NIL POINTS) ;BEST TEAM & BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

*CERTIFICATES OF MERIT FOR

(A)       BEST NOVICE ANY AGE                                  (B)       BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD

(C)       BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE                                  (D)       BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD

*NOTE

Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

 

INFORMATION:- NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.

 

THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED, WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The Budgerigar Society. 
  2. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the four Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.
  3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.
  4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The Budgerigar Society World Championship Show later that year.
  5. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections  At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.
  6. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1) and nominate Budgerigar Society on their entry form.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               5 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                5 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               3 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

Best of Colour Y/B                                           10 points

Best of Colour Champion Y/B                            5 points

Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                 5 points

Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum, then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.
  2. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31 January will be taken into account.
  3. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

 

For Budgerigar Society members only

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details

THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

BREEDER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

SPONSORED BY COUNTRY WIDE

For Budgerigar Society members only

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

(not to be printed in the schedule)

All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standards.

It is recommended that visitors and others should be prohibited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits.

The ring number of any exhibit winning a Certificate or Diploma must be checked and inserted on the Certificate or Diploma by the JUDGE responsible for the award, immediately upon completion of all judging, and before he signs the award.

It is a recommendation (not mandatory) from the General Council that Judges only judge down to a maximum of ten places when judging the sections.

Schedule Patronage wording for Shows (SILVER)

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

“Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

“There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

Exhibitors must mark their entry form “BS” and be confirmed as fully paid up members in order to compete for the following awards

 

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW…………………………….    ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

BEST ANY AGE IN SHOW……………………………………   ROSETTE 

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW……………………………..     ROSETTE 

BEST OPPOSITE SEX ANY AGE…………………………..       ROSETTE

BEST OPPOSITE SEX YOUNG BIRD…………………….        ROSETTE

BEST ANY AGE IN EACH SECTION…………………….        ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………………         ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA             

2nd BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH SECTION………..          ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR ANY AGE……………………………………..    ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD……………………………….     ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR ANY AGE…………….              ROSETTE

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD………              ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH COLOUR………..                    RIBBON

YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE)

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW CERTIFICATE

  1        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

  2        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

  3        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

  4        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

  5        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

  6        BEST NORMAL GREY

  7        BEST OPALINE GREEN ( INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

  8        BEST OPALINE BLUE ( INC. OPALINE GREY)

  9        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

10        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

11        BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

12        BEST LUTINO

13        BEST ALBINO

14        BEST YELLOW-WING

15        BEST WHITEWING

16        BEST CREST OR TUFT

17        BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

18        BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

19        BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

20        BEST DOMINANT PIED

21        BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

22        BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

23        BEST RARE VARIETY

24        BEST CLEARBODY

25        BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

26        BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

27        BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)
           
28        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

29        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)

30        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINS)

 

CERTIFICATES WILL BE GRADED ON THE DAY.  BIS CERTIFICATE (6 POINTS),

BYB CERTIFICATE  (if the BIS Winner is not a Young Bird then the Best Young Bird Certificate will have a Points value of 3 points otherwise NIL POINTS). BEST TEAM & BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT

(A)   BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD                            (B)   BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD
(C)   BEST FIRST YEAR NOVICE EXHIBIT  (New)

  1. *NOTE THESE CERTIFICATES TO BE AWARDED TO THE HIGHEST PLACED EXHIBIT IN THESE SECTIONS THAT HAVE NOT WON A CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE AT TODAY’S SHOW.
  2. Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

 

INFORMATION:- NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.

THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED, WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

 

Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

 

The Breeder of the Year competition.

Sponsored by “Country Wide”

RULES & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all members of The Budgerigar Society. 
  2. An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the four Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion, Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.
  3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.
  4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The Budgerigar Society World Championship Show later that year.
  5. The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections  At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.
  6. Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1) and nominate Budgerigar Society on their entry form.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                20 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          15 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               5 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 points

Platinum Championship Shows                          10 Points

Gold Championship Shows                                5 Points

Silver Championship Shows                               3 Points

Bronze Championship Shows                            1 Point

At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

Best of Colour Y/B                                             10 points

Best of Colour Champion Y/B                              5 points

Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                         5 points

Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                  5 points

Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                   5 points

  1. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Platinum, then Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.
  2. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31 January will be taken into account.
  3. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.


For Budgerigar Society members only

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standards.

It is recommended that visitors and others should be prohibited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits.

The ring number of any exhibit winning a Certificate or Diploma must be checked and inserted on the Certificate or Diploma by the JUDGE responsible for the award, immediately upon completion of all judging, and before he signs the award.

It is a recommendation (not mandatory) from the General Council that Judges only judge down to a maximum of ten places when judging the sections.

Schedule Patronage wording for 2021 Shows BRONZE

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

 THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

 THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

 This is a BRONZE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY.

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR- Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

 “Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

 “There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

 For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

  Full Version:


THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a BRONZE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY.

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR- Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

 “Juniors in attendance at shows during show preparation and judging shall be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian and the Show Manager informed of their attendance.”

 “There should be no trading or exchanging of birds in the areas and car parks surrounding the show hall.”

 BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZE

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW                        ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

BEST CHAMPION YOUNG BIRD                                  ROSETTE

BEST INTERMEDIATE YOUNG BIRD                           ROSETTE

BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD                                        ROSETTE

BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD                                        ROSETTE

BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR YOUNG BIRD            ROSETTE

BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH COLOUR                      RIBBON  (26)

YOUNG BIRD CLASSES
All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

                               BIS       BEST IN SHOW (IN ADDITION TO COLOUR CERTIFICATE) POINTS VALUE 2

        BEST YOUNG BIRD IN SHOW CERTIFICATE

 1        BEST NORMAL LIGHT GREEN

 2        BEST NORMAL DARK or OLIVE GREEN

 3        BEST NORMAL SKYBLUE

 4        BEST NORMAL COBALT, MAUVE or VIOLET

 5        BEST NORMAL GREY GREEN

                                      6        BEST NORMAL GREY

 7        BEST OPALINE GREEN ( INC. OPALINE GREY GREEN)

 8        BEST OPALINE BLUE ( INC. OPALINE GREY)

                                      9        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON GREEN

10        BEST NORMAL CINNAMON BLUE

11        BEST OPALINE CINNAMON

12        BEST LUTINO

13        BEST ALBINO

14        BEST YELLOW-WING

15        BEST WHITEWING

16        BEST CREST OR TUFT

17        BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

18        BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

19        BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

20        BEST DOMINANT PIED

21        BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

22        BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

23        BEST RARE VARIETY

24        BEST CLEARBODY

25        BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

26        BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

27        BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

28        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

29        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NIL POINTS)  

30        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)


 CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRE GRADED (1 POINT), BIS CERTIFICATE (2 POINTS),

BYB CERTIFICATE, (if the BIS Winner is not a Young Bird then the Best Young Bird Certificate will have a Points value of 1point otherwise NIL POINTS) BEST PAIR & BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

 1.       Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT
(A)   BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD   

(B)   BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD

(C)    BEST FIRST YEAR NOVICE EXHIBIT  (new)

*NOTE THESE CERTIFICATES TO BE AWARDED TO THE HIGHEST PLACED EXHIBIT IN THESE SECTIONS THAT HAVE NOT WON A CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE AT TODAY’S SHOW.
Mistakes to CC’s should be notified at the show on the day as once exhibits have been removed from the show mistakes cannot be rectified.
 INFORMATION:- NOT MORE THAN ONE JUDGE MAY ADJUDICATE ON ANY ONE CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE, BUT THEY MAY BE DISTRIBUTED AMONGST THE JUDGES ENGAGED IN ANY ORDER.THE SCHEDULE MUST CONTAIN A FULL LIST OF THE JUDGES ENGAGED, WITH THE COLOURS THEY ARE TO JUDGE. IT IS HOWEVER APPRECIATED THAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAY MAKE IT NECESSARY FOR THE SHOW PROMOTING SOCIETY TO TRANSFER SOME CERTIFICATES TO OTHER JUDGES TO FACILITATE PROGRESS.

 Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details.

 The Breeder of the Year competition Sponsored by “Country Wide”.

RULES & CONDITIONS

1.      The competition is open to all members of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. 
 2.   An award will be given to the Best Breeder of the Year in each of the five Young Bird sections, i.e. Champion,  Intermediate, Novice, & Junior.

 3. The competition will be run throughout the show season at The BS World Championship Show, Area, Gold, Silver & Bronze Championship Shows.

 4. The winners will be announced in February of each year and the awards presented at The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY World Championship Show later that year.

 5.The winners will be the exhibitors gaining the most points within their respective sections in his/her/their area of residence At ALL SHOWS within the UK receiving the appropriate BS Patronage.

 6.  Points will be awarded to Best Young Bird in Section as follows from those exhibitors who qualify (see rule 1):

            World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                15 Points

Platinum Championship Shows

Gold Championship Shows                                10 Points

            Silver Championship Shows                                 5 Points

            Bronze Championship Shows                              1 Point

  A bird gaining Best Young Bird in show will receive additional points as follows.

            World Championship Show                                25 points

Area Championship Shows                                10 Points

Platinum Championship Shows

Gold Championship Shows                                  5 Points

            Silver Championship Shows                                 3 Points

            Bronze Championship Shows                              1 Point

 At the World Championship Show points will be awarded to qualifying exhibitors as follows.

            Best of Colour Y/B                                             10 points

            Best of Colour Champion Y/B                              5 points

            Best of Colour Intermediate Y/B                           5 points

            Best of Colour Novice Y/B                                   5 points

            Best of Colour Junior Y/B                                     5 points

 7. In the event of an overall tie, the winner would be the one who gained most points at the BS Club Show, if still a tie, then at most points at Area Shows, if still a tie, at Gold, then Silver and finally, if needs be, most points at Bronze.

 8. All patronage returns of the relevant shows received by 12 noon on the 31st January will be taken into account.

 9. The points received throughout the show season will be added together to determine the winners.

  Please print the following within The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY Patronage details

 THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY
BREEDER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION
SPONSORED BY COUNTRY WIDE

For Budgerigar Society members only

FOR INFORMATION ONLY  
All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standards.
It is recommended that visitors and others should be prohibited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits
The ring number of any exhibit winning a Certificate or Diploma must be checked and inserted on the Certificate or Diploma by the JUDGE responsible for the award, immediately upon completion of all judging, and before he signs the award
It is a recommendation (not mandatory) from the General Council that Judges only judge down to a maximum of ten places when judging the sections.

Schedule Patronage wording for 2021 shows Rosette

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE:-
 

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

 This is a ROSETTE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY, 8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife. DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

 BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY SPECIAL PRIZES

BEST BUDGERIGAR IN SHOW                     ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)BEST CHAMPION YOUNG BIRD                   ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

 BEST INTERMEDIATE YOUNG BIRD            ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

 BEST NOVICE YOUNG BIRD                         ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

 BEST JUNIOR YOUNG BIRD                         ROSETTE (OPEN AWARD)

 BEST IN SHOW CERTIFICATE WILL ONLY BE AWARDED IF THE EXHIBITOR IS A BS MEMBER NIL POINTS

 YOUNG BIRD CLASSES

 All birds competing in these classes must be wearing the official closed coded ring of the actual exhibitor, with the CURRENT YEAR THEREON. Such rings to have been purchased through the BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY. All entries must be accompanied by a written declaration on the entry form to the effect that these conditions are in order.

  
FOR INFORMATION ONLY

(not to be printed in the schedule)

 All birds competing for B.S. awards must conform to the B.S. standa

It is recommended that visitors and others should be pribited from using Judging Sticks, pencils or any other means of interfering with the exhibits.

Classification for The National BS S & R V Show
CLASSIFICATION FOR B.S SPECIALIST & RARE VARIETY SHOW        
CHAMP.  INTERM. CLASSIFICATION  NOVICE JUNIOR
AA YB AA YB   AA YB AA YB
1 101 201 301 LUTINO COCK 401 501 601 701
2 102 202 302 LUTINO HEN 402 502 602 702
 
3 103 203 303 ALBINO COCK 403 503 603 703
4 104 204 304 ALBINO HEN 404 504 604 704
 
5 105 205 305 YELLOW-WING COCK 405 505 605 705
6 106 206 306 YELLOW-WING HEN 406 506 606 706
 
7 107 207 307 WHITEWING COCK 407 507 607 707
8 108 208 308 WHITEWING HEN 408 508 608 708
 
9 109 209 309 TUFTED CREST COCK 409 509 609 709
10 110 210 310 TUFTED CREST HEN 410 510 610 710
11 111 211 311 CIRCULAR (inc. HALF CIRCULAR) CREST COCK 411 511 611 711
12 112 212 312 CIRCULAR (inc. HALF CIRCULAR) CREST HEN 412 512 612 712
 
13 113 213 313 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN SERIES COCK 413 513 613 713
14 114 214 314 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN SERIES HEN 414 514 614 714
 
15 115 215 315 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE SERIES COCK 415 515 615 715
16 116 216 316 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE SERIES HEN 416 516 616 716
 
17 117 217 317 DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE YELLOW OR WHITE COCK 417 517 617 717
18 118 218 318 DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE YELLOW OR WHITE HEN 418 518 618 718
 
19 119 219 319 DOMINANT PIED GREEN SERIES COCK 419 519 619 719
20 120 220 320 DOMINANT PIED BLUE SERIES COCK 420 520 620 720
21 121 221 321 DOMINANT PIED HEN 421 521 621 721
22 122 222 322 CLEARFLIGHT OR DUTCH PIED COCK OR HEN 422 522 622 722
 
23 123 223 323 RECESSIVE PIED GREEN SERIES COCK 423 523 623 723
24 124 224 324 RECESSIVE PIED BLUE SERIES COCK 424 524 624 724
25 125 225 325 RECESSIVE PIED HEN 425 525 625 725
26 126 226 326 DARK-EYED CLEAR COCK OR HEN 426 526 626 726
 
27 127 227 327 YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE NORMAL, OPALINE, CINNAMON, or OPALINE CINNAMON COCK 427 527 627 727
28 128 228 328 YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE NORMAL, OPALINE, CINNAMON, or OPALINE CINNAMON HEN 428 528 628 728
 
29 129 229 329 ANTHRACITE COCK OR HEN ** 429 529 629 729
30 130 230 330 NORMAL OR OPALINE ENGLISH FALLOW COCK OR HEN ** 430 530 630 730
31 131 231 331 NORMAL OR OPALINE GERMAN FALLOW COCK OR HEN** 431 531 631 731
32 132 232 332 RAINBOW (Yellowface or Goldface Opaline Whitewing Blue Series) COCK OR HEN 432 532 632 732
33 133 233 333 SLATE COCK OR HEN ** 433 533 633 733
34 134 234 334 SADDLEBACK COCK OR HEN ** 434 534 634 734
 
35 135 235 335 TEXAS CLEARBODY COCK ** 435 535 635 735
36 136 236 336 TEXAS CLEARBODY HEN ** 436 536 636 736
37 137 237 337 EASLEY CLEARBODY COCK OR HEN ** 437 537 637 737
 
38 138 238 338 NORMAL OR OPALINE OLIVE COCK OR HEN 438 538 638 738
39 139 239 339 NORMAL OR OPALINE MAUVE COCK OR HEN 439 539 639 739
40 140 240 340 NORMAL OR OPALINE VIOLET COCK OR HEN 440 540 640 740
 
41 141 241 341 NORMAL OR OPALINE LACEWING Any Colour COCK ** 441 541 641 741
42 142 242 342 NORMAL OR OPALINE LACEWING Any Colour HEN ** 442 542 642 742
 
43 143 243 343 NORMAL OR OPALINE GREYWING COCK OR HEN** 443 543 643 743
44 144 244 344 ANY VARIETY YELLOW COCK OR HEN 444 544 644 744
45 145 245 345 ANY VARIETY WHITE COCK OR HEN ** 445 545 645 745
46 146 246 346 OPAL., CINN. OR OPAL. CINN. CLEARWING, Y/F WHITEWING BLUE SERIES, Y/F ALBINO, ANY NON-STANDARDISED VARIETY OR HALF SIDER COCK OR HEN 446 546 646 746
   ** inc. Y/Face or G/Face Forms of this variety  
  Pair & Team Classes are for the above varieties only.  
761 PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                                                    Shown in a single standard BS approved show cage (One Day Shows only) otherwise a BS Approved Team Cage  
762 TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
 
AA Colour Budgerigar [All Sections] YB
764 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon and Opaline Cinnamon cock or hen) 766
765 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Other Colour cock or hen) 767
 
778 Colour Budgerigar PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                                   Shown in a single standard BS approved show cage  
779 Colour Budgerigar TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
 
  SALES (CLOSED RUNG & MUST ADHERE TO SHOW RULE 1(c))  
781 LUTINO OR ALBINO COCK OR HEN  
782 YELLOW-WING OR WHITEWING COCK OR HEN  
783 ANY CREST COCK OR HEN  
784 ANY SPANGLE COCK OR HEN  
785 ANY DOMINANT PIED COCK OR HEN  
786 ANY RECESSIVE PIED COCK OR HEN  
787 ANY YELLOWFACE COCK OR HEN  
788 ANY RARE VARIETY COCK OR HEN  
789 CLEARBODY or ANY OTHER COLOUR COCK OR HEN  
790 ANY SPLIT for the above varieties COCK OR HEN (as described on cage label)  
791 ANY COLOUR BUDGERIGAR COCK OR HEN  
N.B. – B.S. RULING: – CREST, SPANGLE, DOM. PIED, REC. PIED, YELLOWFACE, RARE, CLEARBODY, A.O.C.
PLEASE NOTE: CLASSES 29-34 COME UNDER RARE – CLASSES 43-46 COME UNDER A.O.C.
Classification AREA & GOLD S & R V Shows 2021

CLASSIFICATION FOR GOLD &
AREA SOCIETY SPECIALIST &
RARE VARIETY SHOWS

       
CHAMP.  INTERM. CLASSIFICATION  NOVICE JUNIOR
AA YB AA YB   AA YB AA YB
1 101 201 301 LUTINO COCK 401 501 601 701
2 102 202 302 LUTINO HEN 402 502 602 702
 
3 103 203 303 ALBINO COCK 403 503 603 703
4 104 204 304 ALBINO HEN 404 504 604 704
 
5 105 205 305 YELLOW-WING COCK 405 505 605 705
6 106 206 306 YELLOW-WING HEN 406 506 606 706
 
7 107 207 307 WHITEWING COCK 407 507 607 707
8 108 208 308 WHITEWING HEN 408 508 608 708
 
9 109 209 309 TUFTED CREST COCK 409 509 609 709
10 110 210 310 TUFTED CREST HEN 410 510 610 710
11 111 211 311 CIRCULAR (inc. HALF CIRCULAR) CREST COCK 411 511 611 711
12 112 212 312 CIRCULAR (inc. HALF CIRCULAR) CREST HEN 412 512 612 712
 
13 113 213 313 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN SERIES COCK 413 513 613 713
14 114 214 314 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN SERIES HEN 414 514 614 714
 
15 115 215 315 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE SERIES COCK 415 515 615 715
16 116 216 316 ANY VARIETY SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE SERIES HEN 416 516 616 716
 
17 117 217 317 DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE YELLOW OR WHITE COCK 417 517 617 717
18 118 218 318 DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE YELLOW OR WHITE HEN 418 518 618 718
 
19 119 219 319 DOMINANT PIED GREEN SERIES COCK 419 519 619 719
20 120 220 320 DOMINANT PIED BLUE SERIES COCK 420 520 620 720
21 121 221 321 DOMINANT PIED HEN 421 521 621 721
22 122 222 322 CLEARFLIGHT OR DUTCH PIED COCK OR HEN 422 522 622 722
 
23 123 223 323 RECESSIVE PIED GREEN SERIES COCK 423 523 623 723
24 124 224 324 RECESSIVE PIED BLUE SERIES COCK 424 524 624 724
25 125 225 325 RECESSIVE PIED HEN 425 525 625 725
26 126 226 326 DARK-EYED CLEAR COCK OR HEN 426 526 626 726
 
27 127 227 327 YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE NORMAL, OPALINE, CINNAMON, or OPALINE CINNAMON COCK 427 527 627 727
28 128 228 328 YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE NORMAL, OPALINE, CINNAMON, or OPALINE CINNAMON HEN 428 528 628 728
 
29 129 229 329 ANTHRACITE COCK OR HEN ** 429 529 629 729
30 130 230 330 NORMAL OR OPALINE ENGLISH FALLOW COCK OR HEN ** 430 530 630 730
31 131 231 331 NORMAL OR OPALINE GERMAN FALLOW COCK OR HEN ** 431 531 631 731
32 132 232 332 RAINBOW (Yellowface or Goldface Opaline Whitewing Blue Series) COCK OR HEN 432 532 632 732
33 133 233 333 SLATE COCK OR HEN ** 433 533 633 733
34 134 234 334 SADDLEBACK COCK OR HEN ** 434 534 634 734
 
35 135 235 335 TEXAS CLEARBODY COCK OR HEN ** 435 535 635 735
36 136 236 336 EASLEY CLEARBODY COCK OR HEN ** 436 536 636 736
 
37 137 237 337 NORMAL OR OPALINE OLIVE COCK OR HEN 437 537 637 737
38 138 238 338 NORMAL OR OPALINE MAUVE COCK OR HEN 438 538 638 738
39 139 239 339 NORMAL OR OPALINE VIOLET COCK OR HEN 439 539 639 739
 
40 140 240 340 NORMAL OR OPALINE LACEWING Any Colour COCK OR HEN ** 440 540 640 740
 
41 141 241 341 NORMAL OR OPALINE GREYWING Any Colour COCK OR HEN ** 441 541 641 741
42 142 242 342 ANY VARIETY YELLOW COCK OR HEN 442 542 642 742
43 143 243 343 ANY VARIETY WHITE COCK OR HEN ** 443 543 643 743
44 144 244 344 OPAL., CINN. OR OPAL. CINN. CLEARWING, Y/F WHITEWING BLUE SERIES, Y/F ALBINO, ANY NON-STANDARDISED VARIETY OR HALF SIDER COCK OR HEN 444 544 644 744
   ** inc. Y/Face or G/Face Forms of this variety  
  Pair & Team Classes are for the above varieties only.  
761 PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety) Shown in a single standard BS approved show cage (one Day Shows Only) Otherwise a BS Approved Team Show Cage  
762 TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
 
AA Colour Budgerigar [All Sections] YB
764 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon and Opaline Cinnamon cock or hen) 766
765 COLOUR BUDGERIGAR (Any Other Colour cock or hen) 767
 
778 Colour Budgerigar PAIR CLASS (COCK & HEN – same colour & variety)                        Shown in a single standard BS approved show cage  
779 Colour Budgerigar TEAM CLASS (4 BIRDS – same sex or pairs, colour & variety)  
 
  SALES (CLOSED RUNG & MUST ADHERE TO SHOW RULE 1(c))  
781 LUTINO OR ALBINO COCK OR HEN  
782 YELLOW-WING OR WHITEWING COCK OR HEN  
783 ANY CREST COCK OR HEN  
784 ANY SPANGLE COCK OR HEN  
785 ANY DOMINANT PIED COCK OR HEN  
786 ANY RECESSIVE PIED COCK OR HEN  
787 ANY YELLOWFACE COCK OR HEN  
788 ANY RARE VARIETY COCK OR HEN  
789 CLEARBODY OR ANY OTHER COLOUR COCK OR HEN  
790 ANY SPLIT for the above varieties COCK OR HEN (as described on cage label)  
791 ANY COLOUR BUDGERIGAR COCK OR HEN  
        PLEASE NOTE : CLASSES 29-34 COME UNDER RARE – CLASSES 41-44 COME UNDER A.O.C.        
        N.B. – B.S. RULING:-  CREST, SPANGLE, DOM. PIED, REC. PIED, YELLOWFACE, RARE, CLEARBODY, A.O.C.
Schedule wording for GOLD S & RV Show Patronage

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a GOLD SPECIALIST & RARE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021 £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

                                                                                                                                                  

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a GOLD SPECIALIST & RARE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY,

8, Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021 £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50,

Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

ANY AGE             YOUNG BIRD

1A                          1B                          BEST LUTINO

2A                          2B                          BEST ALBINO

3A                          3B                          BEST YELLOW-WING

4A                          4B                          BEST WHITEWING

5A                          5B                          BEST CREST OR TUFT

6A                          6B                          BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

7A                          7B                          BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

8A                          8B                          BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

9A                          9B                          BEST DOMINANT PIED,CLEARFLIGHT OR DUTCH PIED

10A                        10B                        BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

11A                        11B                        BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

12A                        12B                        BEST RARE VARIETY

13A                        13B                        BEST CLEARBODY

14A                        14B                        BEST OLIVE, MAUVE OR VIOLET

15A                        15B                        BEST LACEWING                                                                                                                      
16A                        16B                        BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

17A                        17B                        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

18                                                        BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

19                                                        BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

20                                                        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NILPOINTS)

21                                                        BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)

 

All Challenge Certificates Pre-graded with a minimum of 3 points

ROSETTES FOR BEST ANY AGE & BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING COLOURS.

LUTINO, ALBINO, YELLOW WING, WHITEWING, CREST, SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN, SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE, DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE , DOMINANT PIED, RECESSIVE PIED, YELLOWFACE, RARE VARIETY,  CLEARBODY, ANY OTHER COLOUR & BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

Schedule wording for AREA S & RV Patronage Shows

Shows now have the following choice they can either print the full patronage wording allocation as in previous years or they can use a shortened version as below.

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE SHORTENED PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a AREA SPECIALIST & RARE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY, 
8. Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021 £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50, Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)
[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

For full details of patronage awards on offer and NOTES applicable to all levels of Patronage see the May/June edition of “The Budgerigar” or The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY website: www.budgerigarsociety.com

                                                                                                                                 

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE PRINTED IN YOUR SHOW SCHEDULE IF YOU ARE USING THE FULL PATRONAGE WORDING.

THIS SHOW IS HELD UNDER THE RULES AND CONDITIONS OF THE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

This is a AREA SPECIALIST & RARE CHAMPIONSHIP PATRONAGE SHOW of The BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY, 
8. Garvie Brae, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9PR – Annual Subscription 2021  £28.50, Related Partnership (same address) £42.75, Senior Citizens & Reg Disabled £22.80, Juniors (aged 8 -16) £18.50, Joining/Re-joining fee £7.50 per member- (Subscription year: January to December)

[Special Offer to new members Join 2021 get free membership for 2022]

CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES

ANY AGE           

1A                                                 BEST LUTINO

2A                                                 BEST ALBINO

3A                                                 BEST YELLOW-WING

4A                                                 BEST WHITEWING

5A                                                 BEST CREST OR TUFT

6A                                                 BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN

7A                                                 BEST SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE

8A                                                 BEST DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE

9A                                                 BEST DOMINANT PIED,CLEARFLIGHT OR DUTCH PIED

10A                                               BEST RECESSIVE PIED OR DARK EYED CLEAR

11A                                               BEST YELLOWFACE OR GOLDENFACE

12A                                               BEST RARE VARIETY

13A                                               BEST CLEARBODY

14A                                               BEST OLIVE, MAUVE OR VIOLET

15A                                               BEST LACEWING                                                                                                                      
16A                                               BEST ANY OTHER COLOUR

17A                                               BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

18                                                 BEST PAIR (NIL POINTS)

19                                                 BEST TEAM (NIL POINTS)

20                                                 BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR PAIR (NILPOINTS)

21                                                 BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR TEAM (NIL POINTS)

 

All Challenge Certificates Graded on the day.

ROSETTES FOR BEST ANY AGE & BEST YOUNG BIRD IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING COLOURS.

LUTINO, ALBINO, YELLOW WING, WHITEWING, CREST, SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE GREEN, SINGLE FACTOR SPANGLE BLUE, DOUBLE FACTOR SPANGLE , DOMINANT PIED, RECESSIVE PIED, YELLOWFACE, RARE VARIETY,  CLEARBODY, ANY OTHER COLOUR & BEST COLOUR BUDGERIGAR

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