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« on: January 31, 2010, 04:52:22 PM »

In order to initiate the judging approval process, one simply must supply a resume of their experience in dogs along with a cover letter requesting consideration. It should be sent to:

The Old Family Red Nose Registry Inc.
PO Box 2202
Battle Creek, MI 49016
Attention: Dog Events Department


Your request will be evaluated and if found to document sufficient experience in the sport, you will be forwarded a OFRNR Conformation Rulebook and a OFRNR Judge's Handbook.

 The Old Family Red Nose Registry believes that clubs will make every effort to hire judges that they believe will do a competent and thoughtful job in judging any breed for which they accept a judging assignment. In this way, those persons demonstrating an aptitude for judging can, by virtue of performance, gain judging experience and develop a reputation as an exceptional judge. Conversely, those persons who accept assignments for breeds in which they have no experience or have not studied adequately will quickly diminish their standing as judges if they do a substandard job of judging.

The Old Family Red Nose Registry wants good judging at our events and we believe our exhibitors deserve the same.  Any judge that consistently accepts assignments in this breed that he has demonstrated a lack of ability to judge may lose their Old Family Red Nose Registry judging privileges. Judges are approved to judge at the discretion of the Old Family Red Nose Registry. Judging is not a right; it is a privilege. We expect prospective judges to acknowledge the gravity of accepting judging assignments.

Suggested Minimum Requirements for New Judge Applicants

Judging is a privilege. It is the culmination of years of experience in the sport of purebred dogs. No person has greater opportunity or ability to affect a breed and its development than the judge. The daily decisions made in the ring by the judge can have an impact on breeding programs for years to come. A judge must be thoughtful, well-schooled in this breed they are to judge, mindful of their responsibilities to the breeders and exhibitors who show their dogs to them and accountable to the Old Family Red Nose Registry for their actions. Approval of an individual to judge at events sanctioned by the Old Family Red Nose Registry shall be at the sole discretion of the Old Family Red Nose Registry.

It is the responsibility of the Old Family Red Nose Registry to ensure that new judges have adequate experience. The Old Family Red Nose Registry requires that judging applicants have documented their experience in the sport and demonstrated their ability to apply their knowledge in the ring by making fair and reasonable decisions before approving them as regular judges. It is the responsibility of the judging applicant to provide the documentation necessary to substantiate that the applicant possesses adequate experience to be approved as a regular judge by the Old Family Red Nose Registry. To that end, it is suggested that new judging applicants meet at least two of the following minimum requirements before applying to become judges.

Minimum Requirements for New Judge Applicants

1. The aspiring judge must document three generations of breeding OFRN registered dogs. The dogs may be registered with any acceptable registry.
2. The aspiring judge must document at least ten years of active involvement in the sport.

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