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Sat10Mar7:56 PM7:56 PMThe Heart of Texas APBTC (TX)The Heart of Texas APBTC (TX)Williamson County Expo Center, 5350 Bill Pickett Trail

17Mar(Mar 17)7:56 PM18(Mar 18)7:56 PMHeart of Dixie/Deep So. Bull & Terrier (MS)Heart of Dixie/Deep So. Bull & Terrier (MS)Poplarville Fairgrounds, 216 Hwy 26 W, Poplarville, MS 39420

24Mar(Mar 24)8:01 PM25(Mar 25)8:01 PMPalmetto State APBTC (NC)Palmetto State APBTC (NC)Taylorsville Lions Club Fairgrounds, 170 Fairgrounds Road, Taylorsville, NC


27Apr(Apr 27)8:21 PM29(Apr 29)8:21 PMGreen Country APBTC (OK)Green Country APBTC (OK)Washington County Fairgrounds, 205 E Bulldogger Road, Dewey, OK


12May(May 12)8:25 PM13(May 13)8:25 PMSho-Me State APBTC (MO)Sho-Me State APBTC (MO)Missouri State Fairgrounds, 2503 W 16th St, Sedalia, MO 65301

26MayalldayRalph Greenwood Memorial Invitational - *Updated Qualifications Box Elter County Fairgrounds, 320 North 1000 West Tremonton Utah

26May(May 26)9:07 PM27(May 27)9:07 PMADBA BelgiumADBA BelgiumRecreatie domein Den Hert, Eigenstraat 161, Denderhoutem Belgium


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Matthew Highest pointed dog in ADBA historyAn American Dog Breeders Sanctioned Conformation Show is an event in which a dog will be judged by a reputable American Dog Breeders Association Sanctioned Judge according to the Conformation Standards of the American Dog Breeders Association Inc. to indicate a degree of breed excellence.

Conformation shows are held according to the ADBA conformation show rules and points are awarded for dogs placing 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in each class as well as 3 overall trophy awards. These points are accumulative toward an American Dog Breeders Assoc. Conformation Championship.

Conformation Entry Form

Judges Books(Club Use only)

Conformation Point Breakdown

American Pit Bull Terrier Conformation Standard

American Bully Conformation Standard

Patterdale Terrier Conformation Standard


In the beginning, the formation of the ADBA APBT Heritage Conformation Standard

In 1976, the ADBA was petitioned by the owners of the breed, who possessed a very competitive spirit, to develop a standard on the breed by which conformation dog shows could be held.
They did not want a standard that copied those of the United Kennel Club or the American Kennel Club, but a standard for those dogs that they owned and continued to breed for the traits of intelligence, character, loyalty, and the athletic qualities that the breed was originally bred for hundreds of years ago. Thus, the formation of the ADBA Conformation Standard.

Ralph Greenwood was a visionary in drafting the ADBA Conformation Standard that reflected an athletic American Pit Bull Terrier in his finest form. Many experts in the dogs have said that the ADBA Conformation Standard is the best standard written for any breed. All ADBA Sanctioned Judges study and use the standard as a blueprint when judging conformation shows.

By applying the ADBA standard in judging, we will always have dogs that continue to reflect the athletic conformation of the dogs of days gone by. The true American Pit Bull Terrier.