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SCNA Show Sanctioning

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Any show secretary can apply for an SCNA sanction for their tabletop event. At least 3 weeks (more time is

preferable) before your show, you must submit a Show Sanction Application. It must be accompanied by payment of the sanctioning fee to the SCNA treasurer. Upon receipt of both application and payment, the Show Secretary will send a show packet including scorecards, quality ribbons, and champion/ reserve of show ribbons. Any additional awards must be provided at the show’s own expense. The minimum requirements for a sanctioned show include: 

1. You must have a minimum of 5 SCNA dues paid members exhibiting 25+ birds

2. The show must be officiated by an SCNA licensed judge with a current, valid license. 

3. The show must abide by SCNA show rules and guidelines, and use the SCNA scorecard.

At least 3 weeks (more time is preferable) before your show, you must file a Show Sanction Application.  It must be accompanied by payment of the sanctioning fee. Upon receipt of both application and payment, the Show Secretary will send you a show packet including scorecards, quality ribbons, and champion/ reserve of show ribbons. Any additional awards must be provided at your own expense. 

DOCUMENTS & FORMS 

SHOW MANAGER'S PACKET

ONLINE SHOW SANCTION APPLICATION

ONLINE SHOW RECAP REPORT


Benefits of having a Sanctioned Show: 

Exhibitors winning class awards, as well as overall awards will receive Master Exhibitor points for their wins if they are SCNA dues paid members at least 30 days before the show. 

SCNA District and State Representatives can use club communications to advertise their shows in their districts and states. 

 

SCNA RECOGNIZED CLASSES (eligible for points)

YOUTH & OPEN

Champion/ Reserve Champion of Show or Champion/ Reserve Male & Champion/ Reserve Female

Champion/ Reserve Cock

Champion/ Reserve Hen

Champion/ Reserve Cockerel

Champion/ Reserve Pullet

Champion/ Reserve Silkied Male & Silkied Female

Champion/ Reserve Frizzled Male & Frizzled Female

Champion/ Reserve Booted Male & Booted Female

Champion/ Reserve Ayam Male & Ayam Female

 

Show managers have the choice to use all or just some of these classes. Show managers have the freedom to

create new classes, but they will not be eligible for points until formally recognized. Proposals for a new points

class must be submitted to the SCNA Shows & Awards Committee. Any approved new classes would only be

recognized at the beginning of a calendar year.



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