Depending on current NSW regulations and advice, entries may be restricted to residents of NSW and the ACT.
All persons entering the grounds where the trial is being conducted must register their attendance with the Trial Secretary. A QR code will be available for those who use the Service NSW App.
Casual visitors are discouraged from attendance. Exhibitors/triallers may be accompanied by a member of their household, or by a single other person should assistance be needed in handling their dogs.
We encourage that all Entries for Trials/Tests be made using an online provider. For Try Out Days, entries will only be available online.
Failure to adhere to any instruction issued by a Club or Trial Official at any NSWLCA event will result in the exhibitor/visitor being required to leave the grounds immediately and may result in disciplinary action.
For Trials/Tests, paper catalogues will not be available from the Trial Secretary, however an online catalogue will be available to exhibitors.
The marked catalogue, sign-in register and QR code register will serve as the record of attendance for the purposes of contact tracing.
Trial/Test Numbers will be emailed to the exhibitor, and it will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to print/write their own exhibit number(s).
All exhibitors, officials and visitors are encouraged to wash/sanitise their hands regularly and as needed. Wash and clean dogs’ equipment such as collars and leads prior to the event.
Social distancing of 1.5 m must be maintained, and if this is not possible, it is recommended that a mask be worn.
Masks are not mandatory unless determined by Government regulations, but may be worn by individuals depending on their circumstance (health risk), and in cases where 1.5 m social distancing is not possible.
Any gazebo or car or shelter must be spaced a minimum of 1.5 m apart.
A maximum of two exhibitors per gazebo unless they are from the same household.
Conduct of Trials
All triallers must adhere to directions from the Trial Secretary, the Gate Steward and the Huntmaster, as well as directions as needed from the Judge and Lure Driver.
Keep a distance of 1.5m between yourself and other people, even at the start line.
Your dog’s leadand collar are your responsibility when slipping your dog at the start of a course. The Huntmaster is not responsible for collecting your items and giving them back to you.