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Criteria for this Challenge.
1. Do you love Koi Keeping?
2. Are you willing to share Koi knowledge?
3. Want to meet other Koi keepers socially?
4. Play a role in advancing the Koi hobby?
5. Positive ideas to add value to the Koi show?
6. Join us on pond Safari outings?
7. Prepared to assist on the Koi committee?
8. Get the monthly KOISA magazine?
9. Want to be a sponsor on the 2010 show?
10.Need to rent vendor space on the 2010 show?

Please contact me with you requirements and I will direct you to the
responsible person without delay.

Sorry we do not have a criteria for a politician only the Koi hobbyist is welcome.
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I don’t want to show Koi, but can anyone tell me where to find info about the criteria to show koi? What is the difference between size 1 and size ZZZ ? Rules? Filter methods? Any info will be welcome
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Marius hier is die Size criteria's

Awards
These will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd placings, where the judges feel the
quality is acceptable. NOT all the placings have to be given for each variety
and / or size.
Rulings and Authority
The show chairman has final authority on all matters relating to the
proceedings at the show and koi show entries other than Judging of Koi. The
chief judge has final authority on all matters relating to the Judging of Koi
and show placements.
Size Groupings
The following size groupings will be applicable this year:
• Size 1 10cm to under 20cm
• Size 2 20cm to under 30cm
• Size 3 30cm to under 37cm
• Size 4 37cm to under 45cm
• Size 5 45cm to under 52cm
• Size 6 52cm to under 60cm
• Size 7 60cm to under 67cm
• Size 8 67cm to under 75cm
• Size 9 75cm and over
Show Categories
The following show categories will be applicable this year:
• Kohaku
• Sanke
• Showa
• Utsurimono
• Tancho (including Kinginrin Tancho )
• Goroma
• Goshiki
• Kinginrin A -(Kinginrin Kohaku, Sanke, Showa and Shiro Utsuri)
• Kinginrin B –(All other Kinginrin varieties not judged in another variety).
• Shusui and Asagi
• Bekko
• Kawarimono
• Hikari Mujimono (including Kinginrin)
• Hikari Moyomono
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Show Rules
This will be an English Style Show and each entrant will be allocated a separate pond
with fish being kept separate throughout the judging process. Participants with more
than one vat may not move koi between vats once benching has taken place. Vats must
be booked and paid for in advance and ponds will be allocated upon receipt of payment.
There is a limited number of vats available as can be seen from the site plan and no vat
is considered booked until payment in full has been received. Please book early and by
no later than 9 May 2009. Please ensure that your SAKKS membership is up to date as
only SAKKS members will be allowed to enter fish in the show. Use the booking form in
this prospectus to secure your pond(s) and book your ponds as well as your attendance
at the spitbraai.
Photographs
Photos will be taken at the show during benching so no photos are required with your
show entry.
Benching
Entrants with large entries are encouraged to arrive early on the Friday for benching. All
fish from the same entrant MUST be benched together. The show is an English style
show with entrant’s koi all in their own reserved vats. Entrants will be given a vat
number and benching will be done in that vat, in the order in which entrants arrive - if
you leave and your benching number is called, you will bench at the end.
Benching closes at 16h00 on Friday 22 May 2009 and no fish can be entered after this
time. The entrant must remain at the benching area at all times during the benching of
his / her fish. The benching master or show chairman has the right to refuse acceptance
of any fish suspected of harboring disease or parasites.
Equipment - Nets
Each person entering koi in the show will be expected to provide one net for the
duration of the show for each vat booked. Entrants with multiple vats will supply one
net per vat to ensure that no mix up happens with nets being transported between vats.
Nets may not be shared between exhibitors either and the club will not supply any nets.
Nets must be clearly marked and remain at the pond-side at all times. Nets handles
must be a minimum of three meters in length to ensure it can reach the opposite side of
a pond. Entrants must take care not to transport their nets in a horizontal position and
allow water drops to enter other ponds.
Health Inspection
All fish entries will be thoroughly inspected for parasitic and bacterial infestations,
serious injury and serious stress by the club health officer. The health officers on duty
reserve the right to reject any fish entries due to health related issues. All entries MUST
be starved for one week prior to the show and should preferably be kept in isolation.
Entries which have been hauled from mud dams within 6 weeks of the show are
prohibited from entry, as well as any fish imported into the country within 8 weeks of
the show.
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Please read and understand the following terms and conditions of the Western
Cape SAKKS 2009 Koi show. Once read, please complete the entry form on the
next page, sign and email as directed.
• Ponds are booked in your name and are not transferable. Any
cancellations will be redistributed by the show chairman. No refunds on
cancellation or non-arrival. Bookings are accepted on a first come, first
serve basis. Bookings close once a total of 30 ponds have been taken.
• The maximum number of fish allowed per 2 meter pond must not exceed
a total length of 3 meters
• The maximum number of fish allowed per 3 meter pond must not exceed
a total length of 5 meters
• A maximum of 2 ponds per SAKKS membership number will be allowed. If
there are still vats left over after bookings closed then these will be
allocated to participants requiring more vats
• A dealer may not enter koi into the show competition if the dealer has
not taken up one of the Dealer exhibition options
• Each exhibitor is only allowed to enter a maximum of three koi of the
same variety per size category. Any excess koi per size category within a
single variety will have to be removed by the exhibitor
• Each participant must supply one net for every pond that is booked
• The participant shall be responsible for ensuring that the Koi entered are
in good health and free of disease. Contestants are not allowed to enter
Koi that have been exposed to Koi Herpes Virus (KHV) and survived. Such
Koi are potentially infectious and are strictly forbidden at SAKKS shows
• No fish may be removed from the pond once entered and until the
commencement of de-benching, save with the approval of the Show
Chairman. Before any fish is removed the contestant must sign that the
fish has been de-benched
• Participants agree to abide by the reasonable instructions and decisions
of the Show Chairman and Chief Judge
• The Participant acknowledges and accepts that the SAKKS will not be
liable for any loss or damage of whatsoever nature to the fish or the
contestant’s property under any circumstances and herby indemnifies
the SAKKS against any claim of whatsoever nature and howsoever
arising.
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