Indian Fantail Club of America
Awards Program

Types Of Awards


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Breeder Of Merit Awards

These two significant awards are intended to recognize those breeders of excellence that are working towards their Master Breeder and have reached two plateaus of achievement: the points accumulated for these two on-the-path programs all count towards Master Breeder:
  1. Breeder of Merit (the 300 Point mark + other requirements)
  2. Breeder of Merit-Superior Rank (the 600 Point mark + other requirements)

Requirements
 

Breeder Of Merit

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  1. Nominee must accumulate at least 300 show points in the Master Breeder Program.
  2. Must have served in at least ONE of the positions as outlined in the MASTER BREEDER program, under Section C.
  3. Has been an IFCA member of good standing for 5 consecutive years; has bred Indians no less than 5 years.
  4. A certificate will be awarded.
     

Breeder Of Merit  – Superior Rank

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  1. Nominee must accumulate at least 600 show points in the Master Breeder Program.
  2. Must have served in at least ONE of the positions as outlined in the MASTER BREEDER program, under Section C.
  3. Has been an IFCA member of good standing for 5 consecutive years; has bred Indians no less than 10 years.
  4. A certificate will be awarded.

Breeder Of The Year

The purpose of this award is to recognize breeding and show excellence by rewarding the most wins (points) by one breeder a single show year. (A Show year is from one Grand National to the next Grand National.) The breeder tallying the most points becomes the IFCA Breeder of the Year.

In case of a tie, we will award both. If more than two earn the same points, no Breeder of the Year will be recognized for that year, s no one clearly distinguished themselves. (A certificate will be awarded).

Jr. Breeder Of The Year

Same rules apply as for Breeder of the Year.

Breeder Recognition Points

200 “Bonus points will be awarded the breeder successfully developing a new color, mark or pattern not currently being bred or known within the Indian Fantail breed. If two or more breeders are collaboratively involved, the points will be shared evenly between them.

Procedure

  1. The breeder(s) notifies the Awards Committee Chairperson, in writing of his/her intent, briefly describing the project and the intended results.
     
  2. The Awards Committee Chairperson will file notification and will forward the letter on to the Genetics Committee for review. The Genetics Committee will pass judgment on the worthiness of the project; once approved by the Genetics Committee for review; the Awards Chairperson will notify the IFCA Board of Directors of the proposed project. The Board of Directors will be asked to canvas their districts to see if any other breeder is working on such a project already or has completed such a color, pattern or mark. If this happened, it may well negate the points of the project…(see COMPLETION RULES).
     
  3. Upon completion of the project, the breeder will notify the Awards Chairperson, in writing, with appropriate dates, names and data needed. Assuming all rules have been complied with and the project is verified complete, the bonus points will be awarded.


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