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SHOW To Conduct Judges' Course



The SHOW HIO will conduct a Judges’ Refresher and New Applicant Course on January 30, 2016 at the Hall of Fame Club in the Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, Tenn.  Any person looking to become a new SHOW licensed judge will be required to attend the course.  The fee for new applicants and renewals of licenses are $100 per applicant.

Non-licensed individuals who would like to attend and audit the course may do so for $25 and need to contact Rachel Reed with SHOW HIO to be added to the list of auditors.  This review process is open to anyone including owners and trainers who would like to review what is required of the judges’ to be licensed with the SHOW HIO.

All SHOW HIO affiliated events are required to use judges licensed by the SHOW HIO and who are in good standing.  New applicants are encouraged to attend the course and begin the process of obtaining their license.
 

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