Click here for the current 2018 Class Order, Rules & Show Information









Each club will receive $500 one month prior to the show to use, as needed, for their show. 

ASDR will pay for the judge’s and their travel. 

ASDR will hire ALL conformation judges AND performance judges. 

ASDR will provide flat ribbons for three places in conformation as well as Q ribbons for performance. The club will be responsible for any rosettes or other awards. 

ASDR will provide Junior Showmanship trophies.  

Trophies, as well as the flat class ribbons will be replenished for each club as needed.  

ASDR will provide armband number holders for each show. 

The host club is required to send all the paperwork pertaining to the show to the show secretary within two days. This includes judges book, score cards, etc.

After entries have closed ASDR will inform the host club of the number of performance trials allowed at that show. The host club will be notified a week before the show date. In the case that a performance event is unable to be offered, the host club will be allowed to replace it with a second trial of another performance event. This event will then take the place of the other even not offered on the top ten or top five score sheets. 

Entries are to open four weeks in advance of the show date and close two weeks in advance of the show date. The spread sheet needs to be emailed to the show secretary forty-eight hours after close of entries unless approved by the show secretary. The show secretary will then create the armband numbers and score sheets and mail them to the host club. The ASDR spread sheet and score sheets are to be used at all shows. NO EXCEPTIONS. Extra arm bands and blank score sheets will be provided before the show.

Entries close at midnight, two weeks before the show date. There will be a grace period 24 hours after the entries close, where participants can pay $10 per entry to enter late. After this grace period closes no late entries are accepted. This fee will be payed to the host club. NO exceptions.

Awards are required for the following classes/events by the club

1.     Best in Show

2.     Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor

3.     Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor Puppy

4.     Best in Show Puppy

5.     Best in Show Veteran

6.     Best in Show Altered

7.     Champion of Champion

8.     Reserve Best in Show

9.     Reserve Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor

10. Reserve Best in Show Bred by Exhibitor Puppy

11. Reserve Best in Show Puppy

12. Reserve Best in Show Veteran

13. Reserve Best in Show Altered

14. Best of Breed (this will be for all breeds that have entered the show, ex: Australian Shepherd, Miniature Australian Shepherd, Toy Australian Shepherd, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, etc.)

15. Reserve Best of Bred (this will be for all breeds that have entered the show)

16. Reserve Best of Breed Champion

17. Best male (this will be for all the breeds that have entered the show and one for champion male)

18. Best Female (this will be for all breeds that have entered the show and one for champion male)

19. Best of Breed Bred By Exhibitor (this is for all of the breeds that have entered the show)

20. Overall Performance

21. Overall Performance Junior

22. Top Rally (if these events are offered)

23. Top Agility (if these events are offered)

24. Top Nosework

25. Top Junior Rally

26. Top Junior Agility

27. Top Junior Nosework

28. Top Dog

29. Reserve Top Dog

30. Junior Top Dog

31. Reserve Junior Top Dog

32. Best Junior Handler 13 and Under

33. Best Junior Handler

34. Reserve Junior Handler 13 and Under

35. Reserve Junior Handler


These are required at all shows.

Extra ribbons or awards can be awarded if the host club chooses.

The top ten will be your show official's responsibility to compute.  You will be sent a form for each dog entered.  Be sure and read the Top ten/five rules beforehand.

Title certificates will be mailed, after the show secretary receives the information from the show coordinator.   

No extra fees for the conformation titles at any ASDR stand alone or sponsored shows

The fee still stands for other conformation show organizations you participate in, as well as performance events. 

Each club will need to close entries 2 weeks in advance of the show and get the entry information to our show secretary, Kale. This will enable her to enter them on the spreadsheet and make out the armbands and the score sheets. 

Each club will be required to use our spreadsheet and our score sheets, no exceptions.   

Because of the number of dogs competing, we are reducing the number of performance trials per show to one each for both agility and rally. Two q’s will still be required to complete a title level.   Once you have completed a level the show secretary will send you your title certificate. Make sure that you receive your score sheets before you leave every show.      

Kale Petrone is our show secretary.  If you have questions you may contact her at



Be sure to check the link at the top of the page for the most current class schedule and rules.

 12 shows total  -  6 will count towards Top Ten/Top Five year end




Point System

(Formerly Top Dog Program)

Top Ten dogs - shown by adult.

First place dog will be designated Top Dog, Second place dog will be Reserve.  All others receive Top ten recognition.


Top Five dogs (two groups) - shown by juniors (8-12, and 13-18) Age as of Jan 1 continues for one year.

First place dog will be designated Top Dog, Second place dog will be Reserve.  All others receive Top five recognition.


* As per rules listed, dogs running for Top Ten Adult or Top Five Junior must compete in everything available. There will be no exceptions.

* Juniors will be scored against the juniors in their age group (8-12 and 13 - 18)

* Dog must be shown in all performance events throughout season by the same person for points to count.  May be shown by another person in conformation when multiple dogs of the same age and sex are being shown by the same person.  

* Senior and Altered dogs can show in Top Ten  and Top five.

* Intent to try for Top Ten/Top Five must be declared upon entry.

* Points will be calculated at stand alone and sponsored shows only. 

* Points will be accumulated toward year end awards.



1st place in class = 25 pts with competition

(without competition = 15pts)

2nd place in class = 15 pts

3rd place in class = 10 pts

Participation = 5 pts.


BOB = additional 10 pts

BOS= additional 5 pts.

BIS  = additional 10 pts

(Veterans and Altered in competition will be scored from their division as well)


Performance Classes (Agility and Rally)

Juniors and adults scored separately

1st place = 25 pts

2nd place = 15 pts

3rd place = 10 pts

Participation = 5 pts

Non-qualifying runs will receive participation points only.

You will receive these additional points if you are competing in one of these levels and have a qualifying score.

Level 2—5 pts

Level 3—10 pts

Level 4—15 pts

Level 5—20 pts

Level 6--25 pts 



In the future we plan to add trials to our shows, but in the meantime we will continue with the Herding Instinct Tests. 

HIC points (25, 15, 10) will be distributed as follows.  All dogs with a high instinct will get 25 points, medium will receive 15 points, and all others during 2018 will receive 5 participation points.  Judge will award a top Herding prize only for the dogs showing the highest instinct in their opinion.   No extra points are given. 


High scoring overall performance dog, Junior and Adult handler = additional 15 pts.


CGC--25 pts for passing

These points will carry over and count toward final score only at shows where CGC is available. There is no need to take it again at each show. Outside CGC will also count at shows were CGC is availableYou must bring copy of the certificate as proof for points to count.

Agility—beginner class may show on leash but cannot qualify for Title leg. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place beginner level dogs will earn points (25, 15 & 10) toward top dog.  All remaining beginner dogs will receive 5 participation points.

Dogs working on agility titles must show off lead.  They will compete after beginner class, with the following award placements:  1st, 2nd, & 3rd place will receive points (25,15, & 10 ) toward Top Ten/Top Five.  Dogs qualifying and not placing in the top three as well as dogs not receiving a qualifying score will be given 5 participation points only.  Extra points are given for all dogs completing a qualifying score for Level 2-5 pts, Level 3-10 pts, Level 4-15 pts, Level 5-20 pts, Level 6-25 pts. 


Rally Obedience— All levels of Rally will compete for Title Levels, and points for Top Ten/top Five, if they choose. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each level will earn points (25, 15, 10) toward top dog.  Dogs placing in the top 3 as well as the dogs not receiving a qualifying score will be given participation points only.  Extra points are given for dogs completing a qualifying score for Level 2-5 pts, Level 3-10 pts, Level 4-15 pts, Level 5-20 pts, Level 6-25 pts.      





You will also be able to gain championships on your dogs at other venues (ICE, IABCA, ICKC).  You will need to print out and take the Win Sheet available below with you. The point schedule is included on the form for ease of computing your points.   Make sure that it is filled out completely and you have the proper signatures before you leave the show.  There is a $10 fee per level completed and this fee must accompany the win sheets.  Please keep your sheets together and when you dog has achieved 200 points mail them to the show secretary.  Extra points do carry over and those will be kept track of by the show secretary. You will receive your certificate in the mail.  In order to receive the Grand Elite Championship you must compete in at least one ASDR sponsored or stand alone show.  And remember puppy points don't start counting until 12 months.  


Please send win sheets to:  Kale Petrone

                                            23801 Mt. Olive Rd.

                                            Marshall, MO 65340


OFFICIAL WIN SHEET   (To be completed if showing with another venue)