- The official
IFCA Standard will be used, as the basis of judging at all shows,
sanctioned or otherwise.
- Points will only
be awarded to those birds bred and shown by the exhibitor. There are
IFCA Sanctioned Meets require (a.) District Director
approval, (b.) 50+ birds actually shown and (c.) an IFCA Certified
- Each District may, in the course of one year, have only one 100
Point Show (unless either the NYBS or Grand National is held within
a District, in which case that District is permitted two 100 Point
- Each District may have only two 50 Point Shows per year.
- All other shows will be designated as 10 Point Non-Sanctioned
- A Non-Sanctioned Meet is a 49 or less
bird show and/or no IFCA Certified Judge, or any other show beyond
the above mentioned 100 point and 50 point shows.
- Any breeder of
Indian Fantails, IFCA member or not, may exhibit at any IFCA Meet,
however, only members will be awarded points.
- For points to be awarded in a class, the class must consist of 8
or more birds by two exhibitors not of the same household.
- A bird may earn points only in one category in a show, and that
category will be its highest category; e.g., the Grand Champion bird
will also have won its Class as well as either Best Old or Best
Youngůso it will only receive points for the highest win:
- A single bird can contribute a maximum of 250 points towards the