Nun können auf nach CIC (International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation)-Standard vermessene Trophäen in Rowland Ward's "Records of Big Game" aufgenommen werden. So heißt es in einer aktuellen CIC-Information: "CIC, the world’s oldest global hunting organization (founded 1928), and Rowland Ward, the world’s oldest trophy record book (first edition in 1892), reached an agreement today. CIC-measured trophies of European game can be entered into the 'Rowland Ward Records of Big Game'.
The agreement was signed by CIC Director General Tamás Marghescu and Rowland Ward’s Chairman Jane Halse. The agreement considers all trophies of roe deer (Capreolus ssp.), fallow deer (Dama dama), red deer (Cervus elaphus ssp.), European mouflon (Ovis aries musimon), European and Northeast Asian moose (Alces alces and Alces americanus ssp.), Eurasian reindeer (Rangifer ssp.), Eurasian wild boar (Sus scrofa ssp.) and other European game not mentioned specifically, which have been hunted within their original European/Eurasian range, have been officially scored according to the valid CIC Formulae and have at least achieved bronze medal level or higher.
Owners of such trophies can apply for entry according to the rules and regulations of Rowland Ward Publications Pty Ltd using the official Rowland Ward registration form. The measurement details will be taken from the official CIC score sheet and such score sheet will be attached to the Rowland Ward entry form.
Cost per registered trophy is Euro 20.00. Rowland Ward will include all accepted trophies in its database and publications. Both Rowland Ward and CIC reserve the discretionary right to refuse acceptance of trophies without engaging in further correspondence with the trophy owner."