Herning, DENMARK | 18 - 21 MAY 2023

Juniorhandling is for the future of the dog world. Young people showing off their excellent handling skills and having fun with their dog. At the EDS, you can participate all four days and go to the final where the best of the best is found!

Individual juniorhandling competitions will take place each of the four days. Each day, the judge will select 3 finalists from the entered juniorhandlers and these 3 juniorhandlers will compete in the semifinals on Sunday for a spot in the final with the national representatives. 5 juniorhandlers will go from the semifinal to the final.

On Sunday, a final with the national representatives and the 5 juniorhandlers from the semifinal will take place and the judge will place the 4 best juniorhandlers.

The start time and ring for judging of junior handling will be published no later than 2 weeks before the show.

Entry will open as soon as possible.

Participation in junior handling is for everyone between the age of 10 and 18, but not 18 on the day of the show. An exception is made for the national representatives, who can compete at the age of 18.

At DKK’s international shows, it is allowed for the junior handler to participate with the same dog on all days of a show weekend. The dog does not have to be entered at the show, but it must be able to enter an official class (find the specific requirements in the show regulations). If a junior handler wishes to switch dogs, a new dog must fulfil the previously mentioned requirements with regards to pedigree and age.
Due to time issues, it cannot be expected that a dog entered in regular breed judging, can also participate in junior handling, which takes place during the day.

At region- and breed club shows, the organizers can choose to deviate from the above-mentioned.

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday (individual competition
Svein Bjørnes, DK Thorbjorg Leifsdottir, ISL Sandra Villumsen, DK Vibe Borregaard Madsen, DK
Semifinal
Patrick Oware, NO
Final
Hans Rosenberg, SE