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TITLES EXPLAINED

THE UK BULLY KENNEL CLUB’S WEIGHT-PULLING


Official UKBKC Titles explained:
Champion Status can only be achieved when your dog has Won its weight class at the end of year
Championships.


There is an end of year Championships for Rails and Wheels on Carpet/Grass. These will be done on
separate days.


You can gain Titles for:
Class winner with Most weight pulled Title: UKBKC-50-WPCH


Title abbreviations explained:
UKBKC - Stands for the organisation Name
Number is the Weight class that has been won, for the example above would be the 50KG CLASS
WPCH - Weight-Pull Champion

Best Body % per class Title: UKBKC-X-WPCH


Title abbreviations explained:
UKBKC - Stands for the organisation Name
X - Body % Symbol
WPCH - Weight-Pull Champion

Most Points in a season Title: UKBKC-P-WPCH


Title abbreviations explained:
UKBKC - Stands for the Organisation Name
P - Points
WPCH - Weight-Pull Champion

Male with Most points in a season Title: UKBKC-M-WPCH


Title abbreviations explained:
UKBKC - Stands for the Organisation Name
M - Male
WPCH – Weight-Pull Champion
Female with Most points in season Title: UKBKC-F-WPCH

Title abbreviations explained:
UKBKC - Stands for the Organisation Name
F - Female
WPCH – Weight-Pull Champion


For each title and achievement, you will be given a certificate at the end of the event. This cost is
included within the entry fee.

Further Abbreviations:
Rails - R
Wheels no abbreviation needed.