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To all clubs,
The following is a list of the rules that are to be followed whilst organising a
2019 European Championship show.

Please note the first action is that the ‘invitation’ should be sent
to me 3 months before the event. I will then forward to all clubs. The second
action is that the list of judges should be published 2 weeks before the event.

It has been agreed that the classification of guppies (1 to 13) will change to
groups A, B and C indicating the three groups with numbers indicating tail type.
However, It was also agreed that this will be employed in 2020 to give clubs time
to make arrangements for computer programmes etc. I confirm that this year (2019)
we will still be using the old system.

Simply as a reminder, the following shows the new classification system (and the
old in brackets).

209 The Category of Broad tails includes:

A1 ( 1 ) Fan Tails
A2 ( 2 ) Triangle Tails
A3 ( 3 ) Veil Tails
A4 ( 4 ) Flag Tails
A5 ( 13 ) Half Moon Tails

210 The Category of Swordtail types includes:

B1 ( 5 ) Double Sword Tails
B2 ( 6 ) Top Sword Tails
B3 ( 7 ) Bottom Sword Tails
B4 ( 8 ) Lyre Tails.

211 The Category of Short tails includes:

C1 ( 9 ) Spade Tails
C2 ( 10 ) Spear Tails
C3 ( 11 ) Round Tails
C4 ( 12 ) Needle / Pin Tails.

I wish all competitors the best of luck and all show organisers every success for
the 2019 show season.

Steve Elliott
IKGH President

Show rules from the IHS:

212 Supplement 4

§ 1.2a Minimum criteria for European Championship shows:

1 Same conditions for all entries.
2 One entry of guppies per tank.
3 Air flow in the exhibition tanks.

Illumination of the whole display is the same, one must prevent

direct sunlight on the tanks.
5 All glass tanks.
6 Glass lids to the display aquariums.
7 The background colour of show equipment must be dark blue or black. Every tank
in the exhibition must have the same background colour.
8 The water temperature must be at least 22°C (71.6°F).
9 Illumination from above / in front must be 45 degrees.
10 During the Judging, clear coding, no noise, while the guppy show display is
closed for all people – only judges and the show manager are allowed to
enter.
11 Tanksize 10 – 12 litre (2.64 – 3.17 gallons).
12 Little plants may or may not be placed in the aquariums.
13 Acceptable water qualities for guppies (wellbeing of the fishes).
14 Water values for dH and pH must be announced in the invitation.
15 Equalize water temperature before letting fishes into the tanks.

During the judging only 3 fishes must be in the tank.

Any additional fish must be taken out by the Show Manager.

A standard form must be completed and presented with all entries at an IKGH
show.

One form per breeder (ie forms not to be shared by more than one

breeder)

The form should state the breeders name, country, club and state each guppy
description of tail shape and colour preferably with the IKGH codes
The form should state that the breeder accepts all rules and requirements of the
host club and the IKGH and should be signed. (See supplement 9 for a sample)

18. Use tank labels for visitors that include: name, country, society, standard,
body colour, cover colour, rank/place and points awarded.
19 A list of Judges who have accepted an invitation to judge a European
Championship show must be published via the IKGH a minimum of 2 weeks before the
judging day of the show. The actual judges may still change before the event and
the selection must comply with the IKGH rules.
20 No photography is allowed in the show room before judging is finished.

§ 1.2b The IKGH Recommends that all member clubs who host an international show
or European Championship or any other event must have public liability insurance.

§ 1.2c If determined that the minimum criteria are not achieved in an EC Show,
the results of this EC Show may not be included in the EC list. Every participant
is familiar with the rules and accepts these rules by participating in the EC
show.

3 The official announcement and invitation must indicate the first open to the
public day and the closing day of the show, without taking into account the date
of the delivery or judging of the fishes.

4 Invitations must be sent by the show organisers 3 months before the show to all
members of the IKGH and to the board of the IKGH.

§ 1.6 The quantity of participants cannot be limited.

§ 1.7 1 The organiser may limit the number of guppy entries per
participant.

2 Any limitation must be stated and confirmed on the announcement and invitation,
and not indicated only as a possibility.

§ 1.8 New arrival guppies may be included in the competitionafter the judgement
has started at the discretion of the show organizer providing that there is no
disturbance to the judges.

§ 2.5 The President of the IKGH must:

1 Register all announcements of EC guppy shows and other guppy shows, and inform
the IKGH members of the details.

2 Determine an up-to-date results list from the 2nd EC show, and distribute the
complete list to all participating members. Dead on arrival and disqualified
entries must be given 0 points on the list.

§ 3.4 6. Allocated codes must be indicated on every tank so that they are
visible for the judges, the indication must contain at least the standard code,
body colour and cover colour codes (see IHS). When stationing entries in groups,
the groups may be coded as a whole.

§ 3.6 IKGH recommends that the fishes are always transported with no more
than one individual per bag.

§ 4.1 Judging must be based upon the latest version of the IHS. (International
High-Breeding Standard).

§ 4.2 1 Every organiser of an EC Show or other international Guppy show must
ensure that five IKGH judges assess and judge every entry.

The organiser of a IKGH competition for must guarantee for each active judge and
international observer an minimum of:
a) Payment of accommodation for 1 persons for 2 nights (for a 3-day competition)
b) Free provision of all-day meals for 1 persons for 2 days or a full day meal
allowance for 1 person for 2 days according to the legislation in force in the
country of the show organiser.
Travel costs related to transportation to the exhibition venue are covered by
each judge and international observer himself, unless otherwise offered/detailed
in the invitation to take part in the show.

5 Not more than two judges from one country are allowed. If during the show a
judge is unable to continue, a judge of the organising association may take his
place.

6 A maximum of two judges must be employed from any one club or any one country.

§ 4.3 The judges must be included on the result list by their full name.

§ 4.5 The organiser must ensure that the same tank sizes and illumination are
used throughout the show (e.g. by shielding from direct daylight) and the details
of the tank lighting must be announced in the invitation.

§ 5.1 The organiser of an European Championship Show or other international
guppy show must:

1. Take care of the show fish and ensure their good welfare.

2. Display and judge every entry from a breeder. If there are dead or missing
fish from an entry set, the decision to include it in the judging or not, must be
made by the Show Manager.

3. Issue a certificate for participants through the membership association,
detailing every entry with the standard, body and cover colour, as well as the
result place and points achieved.

4. The official results must be issued to every participating association as well
as the IKGH within 4 weeks after the opening day of the show.

5. European Championship show organisers must issue a separate list containing
the best results of each participant for each of the three Categories (Broad
tails, Sword tails and Short tails).

6. Send their results list in 'Excel' to the IKGH Secretary, with the
best results of each breeder in Broad Tail, Sword Tail and Short Tail.

7. Must send their show Announcement and their full result list of each show in
PDF format to the IKGH Secretary for use on the IKGH website.

§ 5.2 The result list must contain the following information:

1 An analysis listing the participating associations with their number of show
participants, and the number of entries from each association.

2. Name of the show manager and the names of judges and international observer,
indicating their associations.

3. From every entry - the category, name of breeder, his association membership,
the results place and points.

4 Signature of the Show Manager, which authorises the result list as the official
result list.

§ 5.3 The official result list may be reproduced and published by each
association as desired.

§ 7 After a show, the fishes are not returned to the participant. They stay the
property of the organising association(s) - unless different rules are published
by the Show Manager.

§ 8 1 The announcement for a guppy show must be made according to
the sample in Supplement 5.

2 Every organising association must send the invitation in their own language, in
English and in German to the IKGH.

§ 9a 1 In Europe championship shows, there must be an international observer to
oversee the compliance to the IHS rules.

2 1 Only an IKGH registered judge can be international
observer.

2 The International Observer must not be a member of the judging team.

The International Observer must not be a member of the

club that organizes the Guppy Show.

3 The minimum requirements for a show (in accordance with 1.2a for EC Shows) must
be supervised by the International Observer, and a standardised conformation
report must be signed by the International Observer and given to the Show
Manager. The standard form is available in Suppliment 5 of the IHS, is based upon
the IHS rules and should also be published on the IKGH website

5 Receipt of this form is then acknowledged by the Show Manager
and sent to the IKGH President.

213 Supplement 5

Invitation Example

INVITATION TO THE ................ INTERNATIONAL GUPPY-SHOW
OF - name of the association

Date
Place
Opening times
Delivery date for the fishes
Delivery address for the fishes
Nearest railway station
Nearest airport
Contact person
Last contact date.

Guidelines:

1. The show must conform to the principles of the IKGH for organising an EC show
and other international Guppy Shows.

2. Equipment
Tanks
Light
Water quality
Background.

3. Trophies and awards.

4 By entering into the competition, participants fully agree all guidelines of
the show.

Signed ...................................

Position ..................................

Date ...................................

IKGH International Observer form

Date

Show

Suppliment 4 ref. Number

Description

YES conforms to rules

NO Does not conform to the rules

Don’t Know

Comments

§ 1.2a

1

Same conditions for all entries.

2

One entry of guppies per tank.

3

Air flow in the exhibition tanks.

4

Illumination of the whole display is the same, one must prevent direct sunlight
on the tanks

5

All glass tanks.

6

Glass lids to the display aquariums.

7

The background colour of show equipment must be dark blue or black. Every tank
in the exhibition must have the same background colour.

8

The water temperature must be at least 22°C (71.6°F).

9

Illumination from above / in front must be 45 degrees.

10a

During the Judging clear coding

10b

During the Judging no noise

10c

During the Judging the guppy show display is closed for all people – only
judges and the show manager are allowed to enter.

11

Tanksize 10 – 12 litre

12

Little plants may or may not be placed in the aquariums.

13

Acceptable water qualities for guppies (wellbeing of the fishes).

14

Water values for dH and pH must be announced in the invitation.

15

Equalize water temperature before letting fishes into the tanks.

16

During the judging only 3 fishes must be in the tank. Any additional fish must
be taken out by the Show Manager.

17

A standard form must be completed and presented with all entries at an IKGH
show.

1 One form per breeder (ie forms not to be shared by more than one breeder)

2 The form should state the breeders name, country, club and state each guppy
description of tail shape and colour preferably with the IKGH codes

3 The form should state that the breeder accepts all rules and requirements of
the host club and the IKGH and should be signed.

18

Use tank labels for visitors that include: name, country, society, standard,
body colour, cover colour, rank/place and points awarded.

19

A list of Judges who have accepted an invitation to judge a European
Championship show must be published via the IKGH a minimum of 2 weeks before the
judging day of the show. The actual judges may still change before the event and
the selection must comply with the IKGH rules.

20

No photographyis allowed in the show room before judging is finished.

§ 1.6

The quantity of participants cannot be limited.

§ 1.7

1

The organiser may limit the number of guppy entries per participant.

2

Any limitation must be stated and confirmed on the announcement and invitation,
and not indicated only as a possibility.

§ 1.8

New arrival guppies may be included in the competitionafter the judgement has
started at the discretion of the show organizer providing that there is no
disturbance to the judges.

§ 3.1

For Trio competitions entries of three male guppies will be judged. For Pairs
competitions entries of one male and one female will be judged.

§ 3.4

Dividing into groups must be as follows:

1

Entries must be divided into groups conforming to the standards. (tail shape)

2

Entries must be divided into groups according to the standard and body colour.

3

Entries must be subdivided into groups of cover colours or patterns

4

Depending on the size of the show, the groups must comprise between 5 and 20
tanks.

5

Allocation of codes by standard, body colour and cover colours, must be made by
the Show Manager and the judges.

6

Allocated codes must be indicated on every tank so that they are visible for the
judges, the indication must contain at least the standard code, body colour and
cover colour codes (see IHS). When stationing entries in groups, the groups may
be coded as a whole.

§ 4.1

Judging must be based upon the latest version of the IHS. (International
High-Breeding Standard).

§ 4.2

1

Every organiser of an EC Show or other international Guppy show must ensure that
five IKGH judges assess and judge every entry.

1a)

The organiser of a IKGH competition for must guarantee for each active judge and
international observer an minimum of: Payment of accommodation for 1 persons for
2 nights

1b)

Free provision of all-day meals for 1 persons for 2 days or a full day meal
allowance for 1 person for 2 days according to the legislation in force in the
country of the show organiser.

5

Not more than two judges from one country are allowed. If during the show a
judge is unable to continue, a judge of the organising association may take his
place.

6

A maximum of two judges must be employed from any one club or any one country.

7

A judge can only represent one club.

§ 4.3

The judges must be included on the result list by their full name.

§ 4.5

The organiser must ensure that the same tank sizes and illumination are used
throughout the show (e.g. by shielding from direct daylight) and the details of
the tank lighting must be announced in the invitation.

§ 5.1

The organiser of an European Championship Show or other international guppy show
must:

1

Take care of the show fish and ensure their good welfare.

2

Display and judge every entry from a breeder.

3

Issue a certificate for participants through the membership association,
detailing every entry with the standard, body and cover colour, as well as the
result place and points achieved.

4

The official results must be issued to every participating association as well
as the IKGH within 4 weeks after the opening day of the show.

5

European Championship show organisers must issue a separate list containing the
best results of each participant for each of the three Categories (Broad tails,
Sword tails and Short tails).

6

Send their results list in 'Excel' to the IKGH Secretary, with the best
results of each breeder in Broad Tail, Sword Tail and Short Tail.

7

Must send their show Announcement and their full result list of each show in PDF
format to the IKGH Secretary for use on the IKGH website.

§ 5.2

The result list must contain the following information:

1

An analysis listing the participating associations with their number of show
participants, and the number of entries from each association.

2

Name of the show manager and the names of judges and international observer,
indicating their associations.

3

From every entry - the category, name of breeder, his association membership,
the results place and points.

§ 9a

1

In Europe championship shows, there must be an international observer to oversee
the compliance to the IHS rules.

Comment

Signed Name

Date

Standard entry form

GUPPY SHOW ENTRY FORM

DATE

Name of organising Club

Country

Location of show

Breeders Name

Breeders Club

Breeders Country

Entry

returned
to breeder
after show

Description

IKGH Code

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

I confirm that I accept the rules of the show and the IKGH and that the entries
have been bred and raised by me

Signed

Date


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